35 Burst results for "Population"

Fauci Says US Headed in 'Wrong Direction' on Coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fauci Says US Headed in 'Wrong Direction' on Coronavirus

"The nation's top infectious disease expert says the country is in an unnecessary predicament of soaring Kobe cases fueled by unvaccinated Americans and the beer let delta variant describing himself as very frustrated Dr Anthony Fauci says we're going in the wrong direction and that recommending vaccinated people wear masks is under active consideration by the government's leading public health officials conversations he's taken part in he made the comments yesterday on CNN also saying booster shots may be suggested for certain people who have already been vaccinated more than a hundred and sixty three million people or forty nine percent of the total U. S. population are fully vaccinated I'm Julie Walker

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Brazilian Protesters Call for Jair Bolsonaro to Be Impeached

BBC Weekend

01:41 min | 1 d ago

Brazilian Protesters Call for Jair Bolsonaro to Be Impeached

"Brazil, Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets for the fourth weekend in a row. They're calling for the Covid vaccination program to be speeded up and demanding the impeachment of President Jacobo scenario. Gayle McClelland reports. Out bolsonaro. Message in 20 states across Brazil. As the coronavirus death toll in the country passes half a million protesters demand the resignation of the man, they say is to blame President Jair Bolsonaro epitome. We allowed this person to become the president of the Republic and we are seeing the consequences of that today in the absurd number of deaths due to the pandemic. Due to the irresponsible way in which he handled the pandemic in Brazil, Brazil, the president has been famously dismissive of the health crisis opposing masks and social distancing measures. And he's been criticized for slow rollout of vaccines. Only 17% of the population has fully vaccinated with the presidential election looming next year. Mr. Bolsonaro's approval rating is at a record low and he faces investigation in the Senate on charges of corruption. As night fell, skirmishes broke out between protesters and police. Fired tear gas and through flash bangs. Such clashes are likely to persist, putting President Bolsonaro under increasing pressure as the pandemic continues to exact a devastating toll.

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New floods hit Belgium amid stormy weather

WGN Programming

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

New floods hit Belgium amid stormy weather

"New floods have again swamped areas of Belgium and washed away cars as a wave of thunderstorms and heavy rain hit that country. Belgium has already been impacted by the devastating floods that left 36 people dead and seven missing. Belgium's Crisis center issued a warning to the population as the Bad weather is expected to last for several

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Less Than Half of Population in 16 States Have Received One Shot

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Less Than Half of Population in 16 States Have Received One Shot

Democrats Don't Talk About the Real Impact of Allowing Illegal Immigrants Into U.S.

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 d ago

Democrats Don't Talk About the Real Impact of Allowing Illegal Immigrants Into U.S.

"What does that do to the population in America? Was low skilled or unskilled. Who are American citizens. Whose ancestors have been here for generations. Somebody choice by slavery. What does it do that that community do you notice? We never discuss this? We never discussed the history. The Democrat Party in classrooms are in the media. We never discuss. The systemic racism of the Democrat Party, how it keeps an iron fist control of our inner cities. And rewards the teachers, unions and all the rest. And undermines their own police force is to the detriment of the population. We never discussed this. We never discuss what the impact is. What will be over two million illegal aliens coming into the country, the overwhelming majority of whom are dirt poor and unskilled. What does that do to school systems in the inner city? What does that do to Social services in the inner cities. What does that do? The various communities. It's never discussed because it's a disaster. It's a disaster. All we talk about is Well, these people are being moved into the You know, other areas of the country really do tell, and they don't tell Most gather in the city. Most gather in the cities. What's the impact on the city? We're not going to talk about What's the impact? The strain of services police services. Health care services, or we're not gonna talk about that.

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FOX 11 to Host Gubernatorial Debate

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:36 min | 3 d ago

FOX 11 to Host Gubernatorial Debate

"California's problems are many. They are teetering on the brink of disaster. They are teetering on the brink. Mass mandates are back in los angeles. They don't know what's going to happen with the schools. The crimewave is astonishing in places like la proposition forty seven which decriminalized theft has led to a lot of people. Doing a lot of thieving. That had not previously happened because criminalized theft up to nine hundred fifty dollars. There are issues of plenty. But the reason i left the state five years ago taxes. And it's the reason my california has for the first time since the census began to be taken for california decline in population over ten years. So it will be an important debate. Mark your calendar there are not going to be any tickets friends I'm sorry. I don't start calling me up and asking me for tickets i'm just a moderator. The room is only so big. It will be a full of cameras. It will be carried statewide on the fox. News channels various affiliates fox. News eleven there san francisco sister station at cetera. But i guarantee you. I will play lots of it for you on the air. I also larry elder's calling in this morning. I talked to his campaign manager last night. I said get him out of bed. You know i know. It's four o'clock in the morning in california. But i can tell you. We have an eleven share in san francisco in a similar share in l. a. and san diego at this hour and i don't know it's really hard to get people out of bed at four o'clock in the morning yesterday kevin falkiner got out of bed at five thirty five or so to do the five forty five segment on the hugh hewitt show

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Are Wild Animals Really "Wild"?

TED Talks Daily

02:07 min | 3 d ago

Are Wild Animals Really "Wild"?

"So human relationships with animals can be pretty weird We put them in categories based on how we see them. So there's pets. They're like members of the family. And then there's farm animals and they're often very similar to pets in terms of their cognitive abilities and their emotional abilities but of course we eat them and then there's wild animals and i've been wondering what allow animals even are anymore like you can get a degree in wildlife management but if you're managing them are they really wild. I started thinking about this. In the context of wolf reintroduction so when wolves were first brought back to the american west in the nineteen nineties they were pretty heavily managed and they still are today. A lot of them were callers they have. Gps trackers they have their dna on file names and numbers and if they get a taste for livestock than we hayes them with rubber bullets or air horns or sometimes those floaty guys that you see in used car lots and of course if they don't get the message they can be shot. So how wild are they really. If they're being this carefully managed it's occurred to me that a ground squirrel or a city. Robin is in some ways wilder than these wolves because although they might live in a city known is managing their day to day life but of course they are living in the human world a world that's been shaped by massive influences like conversion of land to agriculture extinctions domestication's movement of species across continent we've rerouted rivers and of course there's climate change which means that every animal no matter how distant from a human settlement has some influence of the human world so every animal lives in human world. Does that mean that we somehow though the more than we used to. I think it does so. Take polar bears for instance. Some populations of polar bears are struggling to live on the sea ice in the summer. There's not enough sea ice for them to go hunting for seals which is what they normally eat

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"population" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

01:46 min | 4 d ago

"population" Discussed on Why It Matters

"The world's attention is going to be turning to japan soon because the olympic games are going to be ending. Is there a simple way to describe what life is like. Their japan is kind of the lifestyle superpower of the world. It's a very easy place to live at least on the surface. This is miyoko rich. She's the tokyo bureau chief for the new york times. And then i think it's when you did just a little bit blow. You see that there are a lot of problems. Some of them looming in the future on some of them very much there today and that makes it a place of somewhat cognitive business. Maybe like all societies. But i think japan because it looks so beautiful and so efficient and so fun especially in a place like tokyo or osaka okeyo on the surface. I think people don't realize what might be lurking beneath rate. So let's talk about one of those issues. Can you tell me a little bit about japan's demographic problems well the predominant issue is that it is rapidly aging. It's currently considered the oldest country in the world in terms of the proportion of the population. That's already over sixty five. It's approaching about thirty percents and it will be more than that in about ten years and the population has also been declining for the last decade. So there are a lot of old people and fewer and fewer young people. So it's just actually kind of hard for me to imagine life in a country where everyone is so old. I was kinda hoping that you can help me. Imagine it so. Let's say i'm a young woman. In japan maybe in the countryside or maybe in a city can you take me sort of on a walk. Like what do i do. I feel this happening around me. Well if you're a young woman in the countryside you're alone.

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Japan's Population Problem

Why It Matters

01:45 min | 4 d ago

Japan's Population Problem

"The world's attention is going to be turning to japan soon because the olympic games are going to be ending. Is there a simple way to describe what life is like. Their japan is kind of the lifestyle superpower of the world. It's a very easy place to live at least on the surface. This is miyoko rich. She's the tokyo bureau chief for the new york times. And then i think it's when you did just a little bit blow. You see that there are a lot of problems. Some of them looming in the future on some of them very much there today and that makes it a place of somewhat cognitive business. Maybe like all societies. But i think japan because it looks so beautiful and so efficient and so fun especially in a place like tokyo or osaka okeyo on the surface. I think people don't realize what might be lurking beneath rate. So let's talk about one of those issues. Can you tell me a little bit about japan's demographic problems well the predominant issue is that it is rapidly aging. It's currently considered the oldest country in the world in terms of the proportion of the population. That's already over sixty five. It's approaching about thirty percents and it will be more than that in about ten years and the population has also been declining for the last decade. So there are a lot of old people and fewer and fewer young people. So it's just actually kind of hard for me to imagine life in a country where everyone is so old. I was kinda hoping that you can help me. Imagine it so. Let's say i'm a young woman. In japan maybe in the countryside or maybe in a city can you take me sort of on a walk. Like what do i do. I feel this happening around me. Well if you're a young woman in the countryside you're alone.

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Powerful Magnitude-6.8 Quake Shakes Panama and Costa Rica

NPR News Now

00:16 sec | 5 d ago

Powerful Magnitude-6.8 Quake Shakes Panama and Costa Rica

"Powerful magnitude. Six point eight earthquake has shaken. Panama and costa rica epicenter was relatively far from the largest population centres though there. No immediate reports of damage. Us geological survey says the quake was centered off pacific coast of panama. And costa rica's shared

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Biden's Education Plan Features Teaching Anti-American Rhetoric

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 5 d ago

Biden's Education Plan Features Teaching Anti-American Rhetoric

"Is a significant history of trying to trouble my own racial identity and trying to help. Otherwise we have to listen to insane maniacs like this woman. Slapping herself around. Don't know what her head problem is, but don't project it onto me. And everybody else. You work that out with your own psychiatrist? We're surrounded by these psychos. And these Racists. It's unbelievable. Go ahead there internalized white supremacy and anti blackness. We also found the group the hell do you think you're talking about? Internalizing white supremacy and anti blackness. You know, if all of this were true, we'd have massive race rights in our country right now. And the vast majority of white people which make up two thirds of the population of this country wouldn't be as passive as they are. So who the hell are they talking to? What the hell are they talking about? These are vile human beings. Go

As Delta Spreads, Local Officials Emphasize Vaccines Over Restrictions

WSJ What's News

01:57 min | 5 d ago

As Delta Spreads, Local Officials Emphasize Vaccines Over Restrictions

"Cova cases have been on the rise across the us because of the highly contagious delta variant at the same time the pace vaccinations has slowed considerably. So what's next our local authorities trying to curb the spread while still keeping the economy up and running with more on this. Let's bring in wall street journal reporter. Dan frosh dan. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me dan. The pandemic has lasted more than sixteen months. During that time. State and local authorities have tried a number of methods to slow the spread of cove in nineteen remind us of what they did and what proved to be the most effective early on in the pandemic states implemented mask mandates. We had a lockdown orders. We had really sort of the most restrictive measures taken in those first few months of the pandemic when the scope of cova really hit everyone by surprise at that point in time. We just didn't know what was going on to a certain extent right and so states were under a tremendous amount of pressure from local public health authorities to just shut everything down and take a step back until we could figure out what the next steps were and now that we have vaccines which really came about six to eight months. After these initial very restrictive measures were enacted the new rise in cases in particular the delta variant poses a unique challenge of four states and local health authorities do go back to some of these more restrictive measures because there is still a segment of the population that remain unvaccinated. Or did they double down on trying to get this group of folks who have not yet gotten vaccinated immunized as a way of blunting the spread and so that's sort of where we're at right now.

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The Art and Science of Breath With Author James Nestor

Untangle

01:50 min | 5 d ago

The Art and Science of Breath With Author James Nestor

"Did it particularly interesting experiment that you talk about in the book that is to take your mouth shut now. Anybody listening might wonder why on earth would want want take their mouth shut. Sumi could explain. Both why is interesting key and be what. Your experience was so lot of us. Think that the pathway through which we take in breath doesn't matter the mouth the knows who cares were dispersed as breath in. It's getting into our lungs and that's fine and a lot of the medical community. Believe this as well because they know that the body can compensate for different ways of breathing but compensation is different from being healthy. So the more. I started talking with ranallah gist and other experts. I was working with. Dr jack are nyack down at stanford numerous interviews with him and he kept explaining all of these essential functions that the nose plays in our health mental functions physical functions. I mean it goes on and on and on and it turns out that from about twenty five to fifty percent of the population. Habitually mouth breathes. So we don't get any of the benefits of nasal breathing when we're breathing through our mouths so it was part of my research. I wanted to see if i could improve my breathing over the course of a year and i took cat scans before and after and adopted different breeding habits in one of them and i know. The sounds sketchy. But they're studying this at stanford and their doctors who have been prescribing. This for decades is at night especially issues a teeny piece of tape. Put over your lips so that you are not going to be mouth breathing at night and so much of our health depends on those two channels and for breathing through her mouth for third of her life. It's just bad news across the board

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Is Biden Tackling Online COVID-19 Misinformation Effectively?

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:55 min | 5 d ago

Is Biden Tackling Online COVID-19 Misinformation Effectively?

"Com slash credit. The federal government is stepping up its effort to purge the Internet of what it calls covid 19 misinformation. White House press secretary Jen Psaki recently singled out a dozen specific anti vaccine Facebook accounts. And called on Facebook to ban them, she said there were about 12 people producing 65% of vaccine misinformation on social media platforms is the Biden administration right in urging Facebook to ban These anti vaccine accounts in depth analysis from Adam Razuri, chief marketing officer with Agency Partner Interactive, a digital marketing firm in Dallas. Adam, How do you see it? We have a collection of mainstream social media outlets, things that people look to you to obviously communicate and spread various types of messaging. And of course, there's the White House, which understands that the social media platforms are really effective when it comes to spreading certain bits of info specific to covid. There's been a lot of concerns there from the administration as to what sort of messaging is going out there and what the impact from that might be. Now the concern. I think that we should all have as Americans is this intersection of government and the way it might control the operations of what I believe should operate as private companies. Companies that influence quite literally the population of half the world. So one of the concerns that we've seen and actually I would say more of an admission that we saw come from the White House press secretary Was this this admission that the government specifically the administration was In fact, working to tag specific types of content related to vaccine information. When you have the government identifying user accounts that should be Looked at for suspension. I mean, you have to understand that there is a political context to that one that could lead to quite frankly, the alienation of subject matter experts who truly do have something to say, or valid questions to ask when

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CDC: Delta Variant Accounts for 83% of US Cases

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

CDC: Delta Variant Accounts for 83% of US Cases

"Health officials say the coronaviruses delta variant continues surging CDC chief Rachelle Wilensky says the very it now accounts for an estimated eighty three percent of U. S. covert dying teen cases this is the dramatic increase from from up from fifty percent the week of July third she tells a Senate panel the percentage is even higher in areas with lower vaccination rates the best way to prevent the spread of covert nineteen variance is to prevent the spread of disease and vaccination is the most powerful tool we have Lansky says as of last week nearly half the eligible population was fully vaccinated but nearly two thirds of American counties are below forty percent Sager mag Ghani at the White House

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Coyotes Have Taken Over Stanley Park.

The Big Story

02:06 min | 6 d ago

Coyotes Have Taken Over Stanley Park.

"I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon.

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Says Cuba ‘Most Equal’ Western Country

Mark Levin

01:09 min | Last week

Nikole Hannah-Jones Says Cuba ‘Most Equal’ Western Country

"Go ahead. Spot in places that are truly at least biracial countries. Cuba actually has a lease inequality. And that's largely due the socialism with temperature. No one wants to hear. What Most of the Caribbean. It's hard to count because the white population a lot of those countries, very, very small, the country's run by black folks, But in places that are truly at least biracial countries, Cuba actually has it. Is the least inequality. That's largely due to socialism, which I'm sure nobody wants to hear. What she means is Marxism. Because that's what she believes in, which is the whole point of my saying American Marxism. She is pushing American Marxism, dressing it up as a whole racial issue, and she's not alone. Books lesson plans. Propaganda on and on and on. And she sure nobody wants to hear O. I'd love to hear about it. I'd love to hear least inequality because these people are not really pushing for racial justice. Quote unquote. They're pushing Marxism.

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Biden Administration Blaming Everyone but Themselves for Vaccinated Shortcomings

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last week

Biden Administration Blaming Everyone but Themselves for Vaccinated Shortcomings

"They're bringing the coronavirus charts back, Mr Producer. Are people dying from a Delta virus, a variant? Does that mean Joe Biden's killing people and blood blood on his hands? Isn't that what they did with Trump? I think no, no, no, because he's out there, insisting that people get a vaccine. Right. This is what I'm not understanding Why vaccinated? Yes. And I have no problem with that. I've got no problem with it whatsoever. Here's my problem. People who first undermine the belief in vaccines are at the White House today. And they control the Democrat Party today. And they spent months trashing the idea of a vaccine under Donald Trump. Well, these are the trump vaccines. They did enormous damage to the idea of vaccines. He raised serious question in the minds of people whether these vaccines are safe for now. Well, they like to say it's these, you know, white supremacists who support Trump who aren't getting vaccinated, actually. When you look at the percentage of a population the the largest percentage of people who are not getting vaccinated or African Americans. The access is available. So I don't know why the mayors and the Democrat Party aren't taking any responsibility for this. And then, of course they lash out. And say, Well, Facebook is responsible for killing people because it allows people to get on there who have Desperate viewpoints, and we can't have that. Not in the America where we have free speech. And so where we can't have that No. And now they reversed that today, while we didn't really mean Facebook.

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After Fatal Floods, Germans Look at How Climate Change Contributed

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | Last week

After Fatal Floods, Germans Look at How Climate Change Contributed

"To germany now where crews are cleaning up after the worst floods the region has seen nearly six decades more than one hundred sixty people have died. The damage amounts to billions of dollars. Now germans are asking what role climate change may be playing and how to keep this from happening again. Npr's rob schmitz has been out surveying the destruction. He joins us from the flood. Region near bonn. Hey rob emyr lewis. So i know you have been out. In one of the worst hit towns. You spent yesterday talking to people there. What are they saying about how this happened. Yes spoke to several yesterday. In the town of knowing of isla people who had suffered incredible damage to their homes. Dozens of people in this town died in this disaster and the one thing everyone was talking about was how unnatural all of the seem. The rain was nothing like anyone had ever seen. Before the way the tiny creek that runs through this town the are filled up from below a foot deep to twenty five feet deep in a matter of a few hours as water rushed down into this valley as spoke to resident martin larsen about this and he thought climate change was definitely a part of this but he also listed other culprits behind the severity of the flooding. Here's what he said. This type of flooding is not normal. This type of rain is not normal. The consequences of not for the main thing is probably infrastructure. Now you've probably been building everywhere where we hear you asphalted. Everything's paved the river straight. Yeah it's not bending back and forth. It's been manipulated by man throughout the years. It's nice and and shallow and it's just cozy but when it comes high water it's a germany is europe's most populous country. It's about the size of new mexico but it has more than eighty million people in that area so its population is fairly dense and there are so many towns like the one i visited yesterday that are built along waterways that are highly engineered and urban management to prevent these extreme weather events from causing so much damage is something that german officials will likely start analyzing more closely in the aftermath of this tragedy.

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"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Sure fucking right fucking talking right anyway. Thanks percents. all she'd mentioned now what should dealing Something that's called a graphic something that you said projection. You're no longer dealing with someone getting the mental and the staff and all the rest of it and making a move itself all their children. What do the streets damn to trash. Who's rash your three. Toss newborn babies so hard to please. Shorts three started playing needed me to talk to fact of the us forces to and talk advertised battle. Torch you hop staff mean just walking home tracks pat yourself to grab the devil said how. Humid yourself that many story thing. I'm thinking i do. You want to view your their show control. Because by the door anymore there used to attract you to you know. It doesn't help. Civilians from fought ending chosen. Tragic underdogs fresh. They can styles real welfare farms and stuff. People dying was to you at the thank yous poised to infect know lot so generation of slaves..

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"I die that off. Like what do i care. I'm going to be dead all right now. Population talking about fucking more in this episode and you just forget populated episode. We gotta fucking do at least one time. So everything is. I think the whole world is trying to kill us. That's my point of view. I don't trust government officials. You can trust whatever you want. You gonna believe in whatever you want. I don't give a shit if you listen to this. You must enjoy us. But at the same time i say shit because i don i. I don't fucking now. I really care tom. it's time for us..

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"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:58 min | 6 months ago

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"To work keep let him go to romania like fucking whatever but at the end of the day. I think it's kind of fucking because the all yellow woods shopping with the you know. The plane's coming in because a plane came in and out of three hundred passengers on it and quarter of them had covid. So maybe we should stop. If we're going to lockdown our fucking country for another thirty days why not stop the flights in and out of the country to prevent that they might. They might be now. He's we're going to try to test. Everybody fucking doug ford fucking bullshit fucked up anyway so and it is meant to like that. Eventually you know at the time the abol happen that it would thin the population out enough the useless eaters. Once again i would be free. For the main top tier people to kind of plunder. And be like fuck you. You don't get anything more and that's a big thing disease in. That's why this is such a relevant topic is because this is happening now and this is fucking weird. That is weird. The things appeared in probably was made a laboratory chance unless like that. I like their story though. I like someone eight a bat and then got her disease and then spread to other people and then just kept going one of the things so contagious and it got off the person and spread so rapidly by on the same. No even if you get it now there could be people in your household that just don't get it and that can happen eysenck matic which is which is what came from one guy and spread worldwide. But i can be so in close contact with somebody and stole a lab like he's in avengers like hooked up to fuck all the shit and building. He used the pain or no. I wanna vendors thanos being here. Here's the one true but he can gov all diseases in the world. Before weaponization of ebola became the scare of the week many conspiracy theory saw don aids. Aids is not as mysterious virus that easily transmitted in impossible to cure. It was easily transmitted as fucking coburn and impossible to cure. Even though they definitely have a cure because there was created a laboratory ninety seventy five cringe inside laboratory. So the theory go was at some point in the seventies the powers that decided to begin their final purge of humanity had eight developed as a plague that would race through humanity. Eliminate the undesirables so everybody died. No it means that they will take out the blacks hispanics and gays and no more than this but just left out. I knew what the but like that. That was like and i've said this before. My uncle has survive with hiv positive. For many years. I still the fact that s why people in the eighties when aids existed. That like i'm straight i'm not gonna get it and getting it like magic. Most people don't know this fucking guy but self title a famous underground rapper. His body he grew up working magic. Have it imagine most. I know the only thing i thought you were going to say magic. Johnson yeah yeah. That's what i was gonna say that's weird imagine mos- got it and even in self titles line. He's like a he got magic. Most midi how he is not an athletic or a faggot. If you wanted to crazy prophylactics was around like dad. How how is buddy. got it. And he wasn't gave everyone thought that aids was created. What big thing happened. Easy isn't that why wasn't the big turnover of god. You can be straight murdered. We know that we talked about that under easy episode but he was definitely murdered. But that's also we're ages the weird thing that actually i have a book on like lesser-known conspiracies and a whole ham book on conspiracies. I kind of want to dive into on the podcast and talk more in depth about like the aids depopulation thing because it is extremely fucking weird. just appeared in the seventies. I was created as a plague this whole truth in some ex- extent though 'cause aids researcher dr robert gallo admitted to deliberately creating the virus to depopulate humanity. A fucking doctor admitted to it. Fires aids aids own. Guess he admitted to the way. Sorry transition cova. Dr ga robert gallo supposedly said that he created aides to depopulate the population. Which is fucked up somebody. Some doctor admitted it is kinda shack. Look i'm a doctor. I swear i've done five lobotomies. All machine while the eugenics movement was popular in the twenties thirties as a way of improving the population by sterilization of those who had illnesses or were mentally challenged. Jank's is right fucking opie do it was it became the centerpiece of nazi went. Really eugenic eugenics was created mostly by the nazis. But it's been around for a very long time but it's about sterilizing certain people in the population so populations don't grow say. I knew that as another word for it. There's still the word for it mentally handicapped. I won't keep producing and stuff like that. And it's funny though because you can create a mentally handicapped kid with two very non mentally handicapped people. You were the nazis. The smartest people in the world like they. He gave us soldiers math. Like nobody ever did that. And look at the land fucking buddy ryan one hundred yards on his first play crushed. I've actually wanna get to edgewood edge. What is the soldiers meth. There's good documentary on youtube. They gave him like drugs. See how they would react. And the guy that took pcp. I ran for so long. And the guy was like super slow. Running and shit see fucking. Walking is really mild. You barely made it down the hallway so it became a centerpiece of nazi. Radical policy in quickly fell out of fell out of favor. It discovered that millions died under the guise of population improvement conspiracy. Theories believe that. This is a kind of selective breeding is still used by the elites. So it's like you don't. You don't have african americans breeding you have the white area and race and you breathe a bunch of germans and then that's how it got. Only you relied funny. Yeah i am blue eyed blond brown hair. I don't care blue is more okay. Fuck you bitches love this shit. I'm technically brown. Brown is i'm talking. I got ship round here too early blonde. It's like fairly blonde you were dumped into on. It's a new tradition every time a lockdown happens blind. I dare you.

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08:16 min | 6 months ago

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Means that. We're not taking over. But i mean like size-wise five hundred thousand. What how many he worked. How many other foot of nature everywhere and the state if you have nature. You're only allowed five hundred thousand people in the states. I think that's grass. And that's what i heard was long time ago of this. Bill is stone building as aiming to building the stone monuments. we're describing that. Only five hundred people should be allowed mistakes like birth. So then you keep with the ration of nature but just it seems like textbook population control kind of shit. It's very weird. Because people think that the rc christian rivers name is was a freemason. and this isn't freemason higher up laws and and it's pretty interesting. So what are the george guys. Dunes mean and why are they there in the first place. One general accepted explanation is that there are meant to serve as guidelines for rebuilding of america. Falling some kind of apocalypse which is weird jin. That's accepted widely accepted. Sorry yeah that's what people think that why this guy create this is something happens that we should follow these guidelines because this guy obviously got tired of an artist it was just an artist. Jen somebody that felt passionately about their their life. But you know what. Fuck if i do this. A non anonymously maybe it will create more traction and people actually listen to this. George guy this cool people go there all fucking year round street. Epi imagine not taking profit from that though so much money now you because if you at all exposed yourself it'd be like alleys are worthless. Made it. i want to do as humans is leaving imprint line. I watched that movie soul. That's on this on disney and it's about like this guy that he wants to get jazz and play piano and then he dies and his soul pixar movie but i mean both ever seen this just came out and disney and was still kick kick like pixar most movies by the end. We were kind of bored by it. But it's kind of cool their souls. but it's a big concept for for kids too so this is a big concept for kids like my girlfriend said the that the death but they don't have anything religious in the movie. It's more about like he's about to go to the great beyond but he doesn't want to go the great beyond because he hasn't done enough in his life. Yeah and that's what humans. Why do the first place this podcast will probably are. But you leave something behind. That's my aspirations than the aspirations as i have. I have so much. Ask non-existence aspiration. What mark are you gonna leave your fucking mushroom stamp cut on. Somebody's face are gonna leave one dope as mother fucking hand drawing of turkey and you draw no handwriting. Oh like make like yeah and it will be so fucking good will have that shit that will be posted on the fridge at the fucking white house so like it is like without knowing the identity. Dennis identity of our c- question sounds like an rc. Car this car name christian the blocks but it's not very good at driving up on the neighbors law. It's impossible to know what he actually intended assuming their satanic evil or just easily assuming they're non-state evil there's not evidence support either either shit and in my point of view satan good. He's hail satan. He's doing a hill seats. The horns man. You certainly very light very monotone just describing what you mean. It'd be ridiculous. You're we're gonna have a couple more episodes recorded for the youtube page filming and stuff like that so wait wait for that chip because we were talking about. Maybe mike. we're maybe talking about okay. She'll redoing the we're talking about. Do redoing the same size episodes that these long forgotten in filming it in having a lot of fucking shit two hours worth of recording that cut down to an hour. They'd just get rid of it. Among among its many many secretive and powerful the alaskan base higher frequency oral research project is thought to be a weapon of depopulation putting into harp slightly research project staring guys hole for two hours and see if we can make it to the future if you went into what if you drove the delorean through his own work. This guy's got a magical aso when he bends over. It's a cool and it shows. The future is fucking dubbed earth earthquakes and modifies basic elements of our climate and harp meant to kill millions of people in one fail swoop making the grey aluminum takeover mesh more easier. And that's what looks like. We'll get into fucking later on either with me one and bill your. Meanwhile we'll see what the fuck happens. But supposedly harp has been shut down the two thousand thirteen thousand thirteen bullshit. Though very fucking reason i still exists. Does there's a harp in greenland alaska. There's all these different locations. Russia that the that's why these mother fuckers in the states wanted to alaska understood how they got alaska but then he needs like i understood. May maybe they thought let's sandwich so we can slowly takeover but like what are you gonna do harbor all those people in alaska almost fucking unhabitable population up there garbage about the shitty sandwich plan all right. Some very relevant one does not look far to find conspiracy theories viewing the two thousand fourteen. A bola pandemic as one of the final steps illuminates depopulation agenda. Now we have covid which is fucked so one population theory is the app pop. One popular theory is that a bulla was weaponized by the. Cdc the people are telling us what to do right now how we should be doing things so it could be transmitted through the air giving it to the giving the ability to kill ninety percent of the population. Once the smoke clears telling us to wear masks the fuck does people but are the same people though. They said they're They have their transmitting transmitting. A disease through the air but those people are telling you stopped breathing. The fucking air pretty and i said that to my mom was like. She's a nurse. I was like yeah. The more you wear masks. You're breathing in your own carbon dioxide which ends killing you. And she's like no other proven that if you were the mass good actually doesn't do that on my fucking bullshit. You breathe enough for your carbon dioxide. If you had asked doesn't filter out error if you if you were a mass like bain that doesn't have any filtration system or something talking. Like oh i was motored bother documents then again so is drip fed information. Where they're like telling you you. This is what we want you to do. But you'll still get either way because you're gonna touch you're gonna it's everywhere like can needs to stop bringing flights because i was listening when they're out of talker flight still thing. I'd have to romania for fucking three weeks in isolation for two weeks so he goes back.

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"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

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08:12 min | 6 months ago

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Are work that they had boosted ups for the may sonic chip and on the website. I remember looking up news. Like ten thousand kids non terrier microchip. It's like a fucking dog. that's what they tell you you you can get kicked up. We'll be able to track him and you'll never get lost is psych bad idea. So it's well you're kidding loss. That's that's a good sell them for. She's fighting. I my kid. I'm not chip me. But i'll chip my mother fucking kid. I wanna to know where you are basement fucking in rape all the politicians all right well. The argument gates has been raped. No one. I don't believe that worth shit. I think he's fucks. You don't know. I kind of liked lan mazda. The more i hear about him and research. I don't like him. He wants to technocracy. So technology runs your entire world. Which would be kinda cool though again. Like a lot of these things are cool like these black mir's episode like i like them. We your moving towards technology helping the earth and producing more oxygen and helping trees and plants and becoming one with mother guy. That's the way we should be going. That's where we go into an age. The golden age of what the sounds boring. It's tv vaccines and autism continues to rage other less widely. How conspiracy believes that. Vaccination is one of the methods by which the luminosity will carry out the great population coal to thin the herd putting aside the logical issues. Vaccinations being designed to prevent disease. Not 'cause it most of these perceived plots stem from one single source mis interpreted. But i'm putting quotation. Because i think i believe it quote from two thousand ten because i think i believe ted talk talk to talk given by microsoft founder. Turn philanthropists did now i rec- thinks he's a health bill fucking gates. I was actually very weird. Fucking turn for that guy. Where did you read like why i understand. You're like a smart dude belly. You're not smarting like nobody. Nobody knows everything about everything. Oh i know. And that's what bothers me. Bill gates in general. As you you were fucking tecmo. Well that's what you are still. You have no right with ever amount of money you think. You have to fucking. He's the well he may. He might have just want okay so here. Here's an off perspective because we gotta give both sides. Maybe he saw problem that was happening. He went fuck. What can i do to help. He's like pfizer's a big company. Maybe sketchy is okay. No this is from his perspective. Just giving them but chance here. Maybe you went. Maybe if i give them a fuck load of money they'll be able to figure something out. And maybe i'll be there with them so they can teach me what the fox happening in. Five super sketchy. I don't fucking so maybe maybe that's all it is but we don't know milk that's all it is help. Fucking put toilets in africa. Good job in their shitty toilets. They don't even work that well but also he tested his. That aren't though. 'cause i watched the documentary about him and mitchell's look. He's not that bad of a guy. Because we mitch argue about conspiracy theories guy from the strange japanese episode. We always mentioned. But i work with him. So he's always the other side of it worse than you are almost where he's like fucking. I don't believe all he. He believes a very small portion of my conspiracy theories but edge just the fact that it's all sketchy and he made a malaria vaccination and killed a bunch of african people because he tested in africa. And there's people coming african officials and people that are working with the government that said who who has been tested on more than any other race of beings is the blacks. Black people have been fucking and africans have been tested on more than any other race of being a. You can call them that they were fucking anyone. No white person just hours only like three colors. If that's what you're trying to say. I want to get into the stieg experiment. One day on the podcast but that also was black people and they gave him the fucking syphilis on purpose and shit like fucked out man. It's like that and so fucked up fucked gates is on record saying the rule today has six point eight billion people. That's headed up to about nine billion now if we do a really good great job on new vaccines health care and reproductive health services we can lower that perhaps ten or fifteen percent is not fucked that now we have all these people. But if we keep up with new vaccinations and reproductive health services and all this stuff that we can actually increase that about one two three increase. Not dion really means. He means kill people he's always said we lower that perhaps by ten or fifteen percent he means the population increased. So and i think that's shady as fuck and you can find it on youtube. He literally says with vaccinations. All this stuff you think it'd be like we can help. The population grow bigger. And maybe go to space like that'd be more logical for me if he was going to see some good but he pretty much saying that we need to get rid of people and that these things are going to help us get rid of people and maybe he's saying kind of that. People that you know are having kids especially in poverty. The more the poor you are the more kids you end up having seems to be because you have no resources for condoms and birth control or 'cause you're bored because you work so in that gates isn't talking about reducing the population maybe second reducing the growth rate of the population. Still fucking sketchy. Yeah either way. But the thing is weiner reduce poverty and reduce the number of children. Family has just want a boy and a girl. I probably get girls. Because my karma who fucking knows. But i am happy with. I can't afford to have more than fucking two kids song. Help people in poverty. Quebec of five government gives you a lot. Yeah i know that's why you see bitches. In the city we live in smoke. Cigarettes spit every jesus co. You're smoking smoking cigarettes. And then pushing their kids around like five kids and it's like because the more they have they realize these women. I can be out of work because the more kids i have. I get paid to be off of working. It's fucking i. i've actually never got the mindset. Because like if i have like even this long week and they're like i had a couple days off from the factory like i i just started the factory job and like i've never worked a job. I get paid for days off. So i always go to work and i just got paid for like four days off nice and like no. I didn't know what the fuck to do with myself. I was bored. Come over here. I was bored as fucking shipman. Like no but i was. I was doing things. I was keeping myself occupied. I just i. I almost want to go to work to fuck. I'm going insane. All this stuff is like. I do believe the population control exist. The bill berg's have been talking about it for a long time so it's needed like off it's gonna fuck and mars take a billion people billion people but take a million. A couple of million people go to mars. There's tons of people that want to go there. Let them go let them go. The fucking mooning up till liens let them go. I don't give shankar immerse. They tear a form space already. They're spacious second hold fucking thousands of people. We can't go to mars because the resilience of their and their two eight. Everybody that was on mars. Because we're going to piss off. Some people go to mars off. Who told me that someone told me that. It's actually kind of bugging me. He was talking about it. He's watching this thing so he was watching this thing as big in this like he. He'll like constantly follow it because he's a huge make sense anyways as like thomas the biggest fucking age goddamn kid i've ever met in my life. I don't aj's i gotta. I gotta yeti for fucking christmas a for talk.

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"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

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08:17 min | 6 months ago

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"But like i it's just it's just funny because even david talks about it which i think that after this episode on the wednesday red episode. We'll becoming yet. We haven't record. He ever talking about do in iran episode and getting into a lot of different shit. But we're he. He's watching all the same david shit ivan. What because david ike is banned from youtube right now so. I was doing programming in the office on my work. I was listening to hours. Long of david is talking on real london. Which is interesting. I don't trust everything. David says but after. I don't believe you for five hours and i started getting like i'm a fucking is so tired after just like but the the cova does not real. It's because we have five g networks. That's that's the thing. I don't believe like it's true that i think covert is real thing. I think he was manufactured. Probably in a fucking factory factor lab and it might be for population control but he believes that doesn't exist. That's five g talks about it's funny five. Jeez rolled out same time. Cova did and all this stuff. But he's like it's funny how they make it sound like they care about fucking old people when people work their entire lives to get a pittance of pension at the end of their lives and and our generation they think might not even ever so unless you make a certain amount of money. That's it's your pension is the money that you put into it. Yeah but i still. A low percentage in certain countries to buy its cage. That's not busting your ass than the only the only way it's on like a set scale like that is when you don't make enough to actually when you don't when you don't make enough to actually support yourself in retirement so if you made enough money throughout your life and you put enough in your rsp's that is your fucking pension. No wrong the housing to this bowl. Except when you're when if you wanna make minimum wage your whole fucking life then yeah you probably know fucking choice man you gotta choice bust your fucking balls work harder no education and they're stuck at tim horton's because maybe you live in poverty poverty community not stuck into morton's you can go get a factory job work your way up five dollars an hour and here's buck and i know it's a little harder back to their retirement hunched over like you're that old lady from fuck or why would you have a bad. Why are you lifting so much. Just go working two warehouse. Whatever opinions all. I don't have to be important to instead make coffee. You're fucking die but then if we not working that we have no tim hortons. No i know but that's for the and sixteen year old girls. That does our first job. That is a tim. Hortons is a first job plays. I have nowhere else to go. And i'm going to go to. I'm sorry i'm apologizing for billy. I know it's fine if that works for you. That works for you. All right jetted twenty one. A was a twenty one. Twenty twenty one. No jan twenty one. It was the twenty first. Now we're in two thousand twenty one and who knows the fuck is going to happen. Man with twenty twenty vision. Code fucking scared man. I saw the is anyone else concerned that the next year is literally twenty twenty. Wfan oh shit. Twenty twenty one they. What did they win. How did they beat us. You frost a fucking game. Jan twenty one is a non binding and unenforceable united states policy paper written in nineteen nineteen ninety-two and signed by one hundred and seventy countries including the united states. It isn't envisioned as a long term plan to implement at a micro level promoting environmentally healthy development efficiency use of resources and improved urban. Planning no one can see eric. Some theories are at prompting of like glenn beck talks about the shit fuck. That asshole has decided that gender twenty one is actually an affair plot and to single out. The population cram the survivors into a soviet style. Urban clusters given away to clean and green earth to be enjoyed by the elites. The group has become a tremendous nuisance to the local government. So essentially they're gonna put us in like concentration camps clogging up city council meetings in urban planning commissions with protests over bike paths new parks in zoning restrictions all of these they believe are elements of micro level plan to kill billions town by town. Get those people out of out of the council meetings please. We don't want care and in there being like my campus got ahead because hours driving too fast down school lane my front yard. I know it's on a busy street. And i know i live in the country and like i know it's through a highway but but my kidney week play. Can we make the. Can we make the max twenty please. Twenty twenty columbus please. Another suppose sinister. Un plan for mass genocide is the codex alimentarius. Rare alimentarius is actually a standard set for regulation measurements for the safe production of growth foods. And as it seems all good in theory of what they're trying to say but it's a bunch of lies sprinkle of lies. It's like yeah. We'll help you out but monsanto will own at all when santa will give you. Your green vegetables were meeting with chemicals. It is also created in austria in late eighteen. Hundreds that they had the same kind of plan was proposed at the un by the australian austrian politician and nine hundred fifty the gender twenty one. The codex is not a law but a set of standards for how food is grown and distributed conspiracy theorist however see that. It's not about food safety but food control because if they can take away anything from us they denim takeaway food and why you you get this much food for this month and if you eat it too bad while the rich people are sitting there. Eaten snail share one. Whatever they want great nail shit or he's hunger escargot with the codex viewed as a plot to pretty much. Keep the food supply under their thumb starving millions of useless eaters quotations and putting the rest of the population on environmentally friendly diets. So they and that's what i'm saying. There's a dictatorship forcing people the fucking eat the way that will never happen though will docile enough. It won't strictly for the fact of how like you know what would happen long before that happens. Is the fact that they would actually just like well what they're already doing. A lot of people believe is the food that you're eating right now is killing you slow to making you die slower. That is really delicious genda than anything. They're not gonna limit your food sources because the more you buy the more money they make yes but if they want to kill the population and they plan on doing this war we we look like we're going to start running out of food. Even though africa has much vegetation to feed the world on the poorest countries you wouldn't. You wouldn't have to start starving people all you'd have to do is up to gmo's and watch them drop off within the year. We need to talk to more conspiracy theorists i. I understand but you. But you're like i'm on your side here. I am on your side of trying to kill the population not saying on the on the side of the topic. I'm on the mind. Wave of being an elite. That is a stupid fucking way to do that. Why wouldn't you just up the gmo's and then have their faces and they all start dropping off as opposed to looking like evil crook masterminds dad. That would your rate there but you just said. 'cause a fucking uproar is already is. There's no massacres everywhere..

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"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

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06:32 min | 6 months ago

"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"All you fucking hoes heads out there. You're but what happens on the podcast. Were not allowed to say certain words but other words are fine. I got we got some beer. Going really doesn't like we mentioned it. But i do have this weird. It's called a it's got chocolate. Milk shake ip. Let's try it ten percent. My buddy does. That's fucking weird. I don't know if i like that and like a chocolate coffee but a beer. My buddy has this is my buddy has a page where he wants to start doing podcast for it. It's all fucking all in. Listen do anyway where. He literally just samples gears. He doesn't instagram page for right now. Shut later but we we know paying us. Friends are friends. Try it fuck fuck it straight up sharing a drink. It's fucking weird. Is that weird. It's a stout tastes. Can i keep this. Now you've kind of like it's weird. It's a weird fucking nowhere. Could drink more than one of them though because one and done well not alcohol. Speaking of how much. You've been talking about beer. Senators you know one of the most fucked up fact that we all believe israel but it's just not real. Because i had a lot of states people come up lately. That states beers less percentage. It's not. It's the same. I know i i did out of all those fucking movies. I thought i was like they go. They go down there he just made fun of them for like because because in certain states they do like that. One st fucking arkansas. If it's not one hundred percent you don't get well no we drink rubbing alcohol around here and talk about before that there is states. I'm trying to think like no. It's not oklahoma. Whatever whatever that only carries like you know two to four percent beer to go out of state. It's like to k because people keep coming. That's that's what made me think of. All the states was like that. And i was like i was always only certain wines. I'm twenty five years old. And i found out that states have the same capirossi bob mackenzie. They're our inspiration for this. Podcast they talk about a little skit. Setv would also that s elsie punk when my favorite movie yet do that at the county the next county. Most people drive up to canada. There's a couple of those accepted rate accepted that with maybe accepted yeah. I don't know one of those road trip or whatever. I don't know that's okay. What are we talking about today. Population control people may make jokes and sarcastic remarks but there is definitely many conspiracy theories out there with many different parts to eradicate population from the un population purges to race wars to secret government documents playing to see the food. That'll be down to the podcast. What happens when the asked what happens. In the world runs average resources and the government is slowly killing off the percentage of human race. That has left. So they can sustain their lavish lifestyles of greed and gluttony. Some more long just just even the fact of thought have way too many people. Say your dad joe. Always her is just free. It they have too. Many people were overpopulated yet. People keep i've said there's a thousand times it's not an opinion. It's a fucking fast at work in the guy we have waged to many fucking people right now. There are way too many goddamn people like there's only two ways it's going to go. Yeah before cova. Now covid was almost like saving grace in a sense where it's like helping vessels because i thought i saw one or two things happening. There were mass genocide or they were to limit. Everyone's children like china did. Yeah we're there like talking to our diet is becoming china and with fucking it'd be like you get one child and if that's it you're done whatever it comes out of that's done it. Sounds bad but the only people that are having five or six kids is is. What is muslims in india's usually like that is the people they have like. Joso's those house. That's a true statement. That's nothing to do with fucking list not okay. Well it's not true. It's it's everyone. That's not canadian or american. Usually pretty much still living that lifestyle pretty much the rest of the world is someplace but added to filipinos like all of asia. Pretty much does european still live like that like its european zone that i'm going to say it's pretty much. Does australia canada in states. I'm pretty sure everybody else still pretty much like that. China and japan s. Yes they fucking excuse kids or not. They have on week off week. Remember one week here dot kids next week. You're not. I don't know what the week you're allowed. Everyone's humping like buchan rally. There shouldn't be a rule for anything. That's a dictatorship. That's why even when. Yeah okay i understand but do we all rules right now. Yeah checking on lockdown for the next month. I've said i sit on strange ones. I think unless that episode was the forgotten one. But that it's we're supposed to be unlocked hidden and i are like when the government tells you what to do and tells you where you can go where you can do. That's a fucking dictatorships. I'm unhappy bo. Canada right now. You're gonna fuck yourself. Justin trudeau and and doug ford fucking piece of shit fat. Fuck and crack headed brother asshole. It is it is what it is and think about if they weren't to do that though if they said. Okay okay here. We i your honestly i understand. I thought that was honestly maybe a good thing. Cova killing the elderly y- better. I'm sorry i know they're no. They're your grandparents but what better people hostage by grandma it. My grandma niagara falls if she died. She had a big bucket of wind. She went to fucking cuba mexico. She did all this shit up to what This will kevin smith. I liked the expression. A big bucket of wins. He had kicked the bucket. He you have a big bucket of win when you've lived a long life and you've had good experiences. You have a big bucket of win. Good about w. i n. Big bucket a win. W. i n. Yeah you got a big bucket a win. You'd like how to good as.

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"population" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

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05:48 min | 7 months ago

"population" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"His father was one of the major founders of the population council which helped fund drive through lobbying. Everything we've talked about today in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy journalists steve weissman termed people like rockefeller members of the american population elite in an immortal line for ramparts magazine. He noted in the hands of the self seeking. Humanitarianism is the most terrifying ism of all while carrying them. All right so caring about people in and wanting to help people survive fad. Well no it's it's it's when you're it's when you try to cloak your desire to control other people's behavior as wanting to help them right it's not wanting to help someone to force a contraceptive on them that they don't know the consequences of and that will harm them and that you're not going to give them follow up care and provide them with the essential vitamins and stuff it is. It is helping somebody be like. Hey here's a bunch of free condoms. here's how you use the more. Here's much birth control pills. Here's how you use them. Here's what you need to know about how it will affect your body. Here's what you need to take in order for this to be safe. That is helping people. It's helping people to say you know. Here's access to a vaccine. You know that will deal with the problem that you have in this region. It's not helping people to for example with the cia didn't pakistan in secretly people fake vaccine order to get blood samples to track down osama bin laden. Which is the thing that happened. It's not like the hysterectomies an ice at all. Yeah and the biggest problem here is that in. No way is overpopulation actually problem overpopulation is not driving climate change overpopulation. That's not the issue we're dealing with here. That's what all these billionaires are focusing on because in part if you can get other people to think that overpopulation is the problem that people look billionaires as part of the problem. But yeah this is this brings me to the conclusion of this story because there are some people who have learned from the past of the population control movement from this chapter in the history of imperialism and one of those groups is the sierra club like most environmental organizations. The sierra club bought whole hog into population control throughout the twentieth century. They thought that the best way to protect wild nature was to reduce the human population and they bought into a lot of the stuff that we've talked about today and help to fund it and all that horrible shit but in two thousand and twenty they published a blog post repudiating that history titled the overpopulation myth. And it's dangerous. Connotations in twenty twenty took a while the article is brutal and unsparing it points out that the population bomb a nineteen. Sixty eight book by paul. Ehrlich that was probably the single most influential inspiration behind modern fears of overpopulation was also profoundly racist it quote opens. It's mongering with sensationalized account of traveling through delhi india during a taxi ride author. Paul ehrlich notes people visiting arguing screaming thrusting their hands through the taxi with no begging. Since that night. I've known the feel of overpopulation..

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"population" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"population" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"The negro project was very popular with black community leaders at the time and it would be unfair to frame it as an act of genocide. Sanger wrote repeatedly of the importance of bringing in black doctor stating at one point. I do not believe that this project should be directed a run by white medical men which is good. If you're going to do a healthcare project like focused on the black community like that. That shows like she. She was like she was capable of understanding what was necessary in order to actually reach people in nineteen thirty nine now so that i guess yeah. Yeah in one thousand nine hundred nine. She argued in a letter. That black ministers needed to be heavily involved in the project in order to gain the trust of their communities. We do not want to go out that we want to exterminate the negro population in the minister is the man who could straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members again sue problematic language there but also there's no evidence she was actually going for genocide because she was again doing the same thing with white people. She was a birth control across the board advocate right. She wanted everyone to have more access to contraceptives. There are people on the right. Like denise souza who will spread wildly untrue claims about sanger like that. She called black people human weeds in a minister civilization. And there is no evidence of this sanger's own legacy contains enough problematic facts without making up lies. She was a eugenicist and she wrote in nineteen twenty-three that birth control does not mean contraception indiscriminately practiced. It means the release in cultivation of the better elements in our society and the gradual suppression elimination and eventual extinction of defective stocks. Those human weeds who threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of american civilization. So she did call people human weeds. But she wasn't referring to black people. She was referring more to mentally challenged people more to people with like who are prone to diseases. And that's bad that's really bad. But she was not like a four exterminating everything but white people. She was four exterminating people. She considered unhealthy or at least exterminating them from the gene pool. Which is again bad. But let's be accurate about the kind of bad it is. You know we don't need to make it anymore. Yeah criminal. I don't say because it's not flowery. It's already bad. Didn't wanna make better by wiping out black people. She wanted to make black people and white people better by wiping out folks who had what she considered to be like bad qualities through selective breeding and. That's really terrible for herself. What does back. Yeah these are yes. Yes thanks at up. Yeah that is bad but like it's not the kind of bad luck again because they tried to. I like the progressives always been trying to wipe out black like. That's not what she was doing. We don't need to add information. She was just a she was a. Here's plenty that's bad about her. Yeah let's let's be intellectually honest when we can dennis someone. She also stated during another speech. I believe now immediately. There should be national sterilization for certain this genetic types of our population who are being encouraged to breed and would die out where the government not feeding them. You know that's bad but again it's the kind of like part of why they like to try to frame her. Badness is something different is because if you're accurate about it you can find a fuck load of republicans who say the. The poor should starve right. Like the people who can't work on their own by jordan peterson. Talking about like how terrifying it is that. Some people aren't intelligent enough to be in the military and like say like because. What do we do with those people like. That's a really. Like what margaret sanger was. Saying back then is still common today. Apple dress it up a little bit more. I mean kind of relate to the copay things like that's fine. They're already they're already probably die. So it's the run productive. Yeah they're in productive there on the government dole. Exactly yeah she just. She was bad she just was not the kind of bad people. Like desouza liked painter. As and in fact a lot of progressive black leaders at the time like margaret sanger. And what she was trying to do in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine letter to dr. cj gamble of proctor and gamble fame. She urged him to get over his resistance to hiring a fulltime negro physician. Ask quote the colored. Negroes can get closer to their own members and more or less lay their cards on the table which means they're ignorant superstitions in doubt again. She's also she's number one saying that black people are ignorant and superstitious which is bad but also saying that like no you get educated black people to talk to them about birth control so again. She's a problematic person but not painters

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"population" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"population" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Residents where we stung with a twelve point. Six percent rates rise. The mayor says is essential because the fastest growing city in the country's fallen far behind on infrastructure spending the council's Policy Committee voted yesterday. Six to five for the increase which is still subject to public consultation. This rights and Chris. How did we get from you know? Two three percent per year to now. The council is proposing more than twelve percent. And good on them then today that we got there because of all the previous councils. That didn't st pop the rights up by an appropriate amount so every year or every time that these an election here people came pine on no rights. Reuters. I it's just a race to the bottom. They had ample time now sufficiency they should have seen it coming and I believe they did bat. I believe they were gutless. People vote for them. You know these people who say we put the right up Asia Wall. Why do toting people vote for this kind of reader? So I used to be the deputy editor at the local newspaper. In what part of my job was the leashes to the editor and you know the olden days vision of the comments section? And you know it was this real litmus teeth for how people with thinking and at one point we hid a new playground bang boat on the waterfront and it was going to include the hearing. Mccleary statues and there's amazing new playground. I just got all these leaders like just an undated with leaders from people but it is taking up some packing spaces some some people just I guess Don Appreciate Progress. Other other people genially. I think he'd begin begun to viewed the city as being for older people. And that's the way it was. And that's the way it should stay are just would sit there and look at these leaders and thank. What sort of Magic Hoosen the grudges. A community apply ground. But it's about this new wave of People who were who were either coming home like I have or they were moving here and bringing the families and Expecting more of a city but carry William sees not all people think this way. She hopes that toting residents will back the rates rise when it goes to public consultation this week. Twelve aside huge. I mean it's hundreds and hundreds of dollars a year for people so I appreciate that but I. I hope that people would understand that. I've been underpaying for many many many years. I guess it just feels like way are really lacking in infrastructure and stuff so my daughter's school she's nine when she started. They were one hundred sixty five students in these now. Three hundred and fifty. It's just one of the schools around here. You know that all basting the sames with the things that very old and worn down and we have some of the hallmarks of a city of our size like a museum in things. So that's some of the ways that greater investment in infrastructure would help you know that we could actually move forward. The downside is going to be that is going to cost most high minus mean eight hundreds of dollars a year more. Do you think they can afford to pay that much like you saw? Don't die but I think the average house price here is in the high hundreds and yeah I mean you even I have. I have seen commentary online from people saying this will be the final Straw for us. And that's just devastating to think that and I guess that's what makes it a brave decision that it's not going to be easy. They will be people for homeless is really hard to find that extra.

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"population" Discussed on 1A

1A

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"population" Discussed on 1A

"Glad to be back talk so Dan the CDC has recommended that the United States ban. All gatherings of fifty people are more. There are responses across the country. What's the sense in Washington right now? About how far behind the curve? We are will. I think it depends who you ask. In which part of Washington the trump administration has moved more seriously in recent days? But it's still generally been lagging Rather THAN LEADING THAN STATES. Localities have taken word aggressive action in locking down events in banning public gatherings or that is beginning to change with dramatic efforts like the CDC's guidance on Sunday night. The fear though is that the US is still on track to resemble the outbreak in Italy. Which has gotten so severe that the major percentage of all deaths in that country on Sunday about one in every four or five deaths was because of corona virus. That's how severe the problem has gotten. There will continue to get severe for at least X. number of days in hope of steering away from that there will be more locked down like events coming around the US and potentially from the federal government to trying to prevent us from that worst case scenario. So Dr Anthony Fauci who is the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases? A major public health spokesman in front of the country was on all the Sunday shows on Sunday. He was on meet the press on. Nbc With One big message. Which is if you think. This is an overreaction. That means you're doing it right. American should be prepared that they're going to have to hunker down significantly more than we as a country are doing so Dan Dr Phil. She also said that he would prefer the. Us pull a two week national shutdown like Italy like Spain. One person were not hearing this message from the president. What does it mean so far that our national response at least when it comes to what shuts down. Who Stays home has not been very national. We haven't heard this as you said. A lot of this is being driven by localities and states On their own accord although we do have a new recommendation from the CDC. Well Todd. I think two things going on one is the president. The White House have generally been running behind the urgency of others on this for weeks that has changed in the past few days from the President's Oval Office address last Wednesday night the Friday event at the White House in the Rose Garden that was intended to also show serious as with the emergency declaration. But I do think the White House has just taken some time in getting up to where others are on this in their myriad reasons for it one being the White House whenever it decides to move faces that much more garage bureaucracy and resistance because it's the most powerful office in the land and theoretically there's a lot of calculation that goes into any move that they do but I think second reason that that the White House has been behind is the president himself. Didn't think that this was a big issue. Initially and then some of his team didn't think it was a major issue. And we've heard that in some of the public messaging from the president again until recently and now That has shifted so Dan. The president declared that national emergency. What does that mean on a practical level? I think about his emergency declaration in terms of policy and also in terms of perception. Todd the government can now tap many billions more about fifty billion dollars. More emergency disaster funding the health department which I cover closely went ahead and waved. A bunch of regulations so providers hospitals across the country can do more things quickly. Essentially there will be fewer inspections they can can rush different processes into production without having to check boxes. The president also made a move to buy oil for this. Tj trillium reserve. Even as gas prices have plunged. He waved interest on student loans. Empowered FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency to step in and help with disaster response system very practical steps on policy but at the same time his is event to declare an emergency came with a lot of of as we say in Washington optics He was on stage with major CEOS from companies like Walgreens and target and CVS and Walmart. Who said they'd help with drive through testing of current a virus patients which is definitely a good thing and and it helped reassure the stock market. But it wasn't exactly clear on the timeline of when they begin that testing especially given the testing shortfalls. The president also said that Google was launching a tool to help people figure out if they need a corona virus cast that is multiple news outlets have reported and Google has said the president had effectively oversold. The company is actually doing so Dan a lot. You mentioned testing. A lot of people are confused about the state of testing. Now what can you tell us about? How many tests are being distributed? And where they will be available in the coming days. Well Todd. I wish I could tell your listeners. A straight answer on this but the problem is the the messaging has been all over the map from the White House. We have been running behind on testing for weeks. We do not know in the United States. The scope of the corona virus problem as reported covers. This I would urge listeners. Not to put too much stock in the official numbers that are being reported. I was just talking to a friend Dr up in the New York City Hospital. Who said that? They're twenty corona virus cases at that hospital that that is not being publicly reported because there just hasn't been sufficient testing the health department is trying to change that they put together a Swat team over the weekend whose mission is essentially to get more testing not just online but into the hands of hospitals and doctors and wave away even more regulations but at this point even there are a number of tests out there the ability to connect patients with those tests has just been mired in a myriad of problems all right. That's Dan diamond. He's a health reporter for politico. He's hosted the podcast pulse. Check Dan as always. We appreciate your reporting and your perspective. Thanks so much. Thank you and stay safe out there you to stay safe while coming up we're GONNA talk about. How PRISONS ARE PREPARING FOR CORONA virus outbreak? We hear a lot about social distancing and it's important you can't do it on the inside not.

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"population" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"population" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Has been increasing a lot but it still at a very low level. There's only a six percent of the people sixty five plus I in the labor force across the Nordic countries known globally for the universal health care systems they under threat of course they are in the pressure financially wise because there are obvious constraints deposit but this is the task of the new government commit that they have a clear goals in terms of both public final season and and and the services one of his cure if you like four shortfall fall in the labor market is increasing immigration. What kind of appetite is for the infant them employment based immigration these in the government. There's agreement that these has to be increased they of course the challenge is that many other countries will also like to increase. He's employment based immigration felonies to compete with other countries. That may have easy meets. Maybe by the located and in May have a more comfortable climate and and things like this population at large is acutely aware of the pressures stemming from eighteen population is a big topic of discussion is the goals of sustainability is not the household concept in in many countries answers putting female this because we want to preserve our spell fair society we have been in in more sports in history and their essay fairly good track record in in that you something is decided then it gets also implemented to come into this yes. That's that's the secrets straight. Not Natural Resource Great Unlimited unlimited resource is one Nordic front runner in this area in confronting the issues about aging population. Sweden is a front runner they have made very good progress in terms of increasing employment rate among the elderly also healthy competition between feeding hyphen speed initials or the other for Finland. The little brother wants to show that it's capable of those things that the big brother he's he's capable so how is Sweden's famous welfare-state coping with a double whammy of slowing economic growth an aging population found out on a quick trip to Stockholm part of the answer has been privatization but also in contrast to its neighbor Finland Sweden hissing much higher. I levels of immigration in the last twenty years has that eased the labor shortage in the care sector. my name is Lola Johnson Armor Senior Adviser here at Talk Guarantee Logical Research Center at the center. We have do research and developmental work in all each care when when did Sweden start to think we're living really a long time and that's great but there's GonNa be some issues down the line. When did that awareness begin it sank in in the the late eighty s it was sort of matter lies in new reform you know in the beginning of the nineties the community care reform united we have a system that has seventy years or history or something like that and this has created also expectations among Swedish in the population that I expect that when I get I will receive services. I need period and this is political very difficult. Issue goal now the Dais Ace seventy eight when all the people could sort our just requests. You need some help cleaning shopping and doing like this. I'll have speculated speculating if we should would adopt a sort of a system that are Britain or if we shift over to to throw on tax base system insurance based system Essen Germany Japan but that would be a big big step and knock down on Swedish Swedish speed it has all it's been basic foundation in Swedish Welfare L. through some has been a steady economic growth sin from the beginning of the Cupboards Rachel Sin Song. The fourth has sean back so what do the municipality. Stu while they have been doing the recent ten fifteen twenty years is to reduce Nandro Andro bits in the municipal institutions or close down the institutional together in Finland one of the reasons. I think they're struggling with the population. Demographic is the reluctance to allow immigration. Sweden is very very different from finished in that regard has that helped temper the problem some of the aging demographic yes but it's not a quick fix. I mean it's not without problems. I mean for example well here in Thomas. Dot Com some fifty percent of those working in home. Health services are foreign born or have foreign born parents but comes also oh with some problems do they have qualifications and of course language must have certain language skills many of those that recently recently come to Sweden as they have a lot to do before it could be language and we which is a Senate Care Services Sweden as many countries trying every trick every true you will one trick is to make some of the services provided by the municipality before is now off on the private nowadays and this is a new phenomenon private companies are building modern institution that all electric thinks that handicap it up whatever offering that on the private market this is very much contrary to American might think about Sweden trump might talk about a socialistic hellhole or anything like that. We have fallen four along the line talking about privatization in health and social care two thousand eighteen thirty percent of those being provided by have we home help in their own homes were helped by private companies. A common spin on the nordics aging demographics was that there were economical economical opportunities to be had one world famous Swedish company. Akhir has definitely seen the opportunity. It's about to launch an entire range which has been designed not solely for elderly consumers but definitely with them in mind breath monty and working as a creative leader in the rain design department in our product Doc Development Company in southern part of Sweden. It's a range called on things on which means caring and it's a collection with twenty five pieces pieces and it's going to be launched worldwide twenty may twenty twenty is started with me myself. I had a stroke a few years ago and then I was offered. We know that they were going to install things in the bathroom and it was like oh no no no no no stop. Stop Stop. I mean really ugly things I had to you know I had problems getting out of the bed then gripping and things like that then my mother was getting older and she had severe Parkinson so she had you know a lot of tremor and and a a lot of problems so I used her as a sounding board to figure out. How can we for instance develop a range of tableware for for people who have you know maybe only one hand or have a lot of tremor so we developed a range of three soup dinner plate and a small plate which are made in a glass but that looks like porcelain and it doesn't break. I mean we have a large chunk of people who we haven't really been in paying attention to and that. Is You know the aging population. I guess that's kind of a delicate balance for you because you want to be seen as a youthful vigorous company company but if you start to skew your products towards an older demographic that's GonNa Affect that. How how do you balance that so we're not skewing towards so what we are actually doing is we are working with inclusive design and that means that we shouldn't exclude anyone so what we are doing is actually learning coming as much as possible from from extreme users and extreme music see music could be you know if we look into you know the needs of babies ace and then we can develop products that are good for all children and the same goes for older people if we look into people who are actually having different disabilities abilities they are experts on how to use things because they have some kind of different ability not disability but they actually have other abilities cheese and we can learn from them. I mean who wants to bump into a table with sharp corners. If you have kids at home you don't want to bump their head into sharp corners or if you had a party and you had a few glasses of wine you don't want to bump into a corner but even when you get older you get you know delicate skin so by looking into okay so if we make the ultimate table for everyone then we shouldn't have any sharp corners but we could also look on the surface to make the surface lisbor more durable. The labor market is under pressure and GONNA be under more and more pressure in the Nordic countries. Specifically is a killer does have a policy towards that. How are you GonNa Stop Your stores. Are you gonNA make these products. This is really interesting and we are going to sit down and discuss. What can we do to cater to underneath of the whole workforce. We have to be able to attract people with different abilities. We have to maybe redefine the job description also so you know looking at the age of the workforce now key has an old company and people who start they will never leave so so we have people of age working working. There me included unchivalrous question. I'm sixty three so when I started this project. I was super clear on on not negotiate in any terms that we didn't want to stigmatize someone by age or condition. We wanted to make contemporary design because that is a Kia because sometimes with an older people they want boring town yeah yeah Laura Ashley not not here even when you get older you or even more because you want to surround yourself with beautiful things because you spend so much time at home because because the things that are done for institutions they are actually super ugly ugly and really expensive because always been very strong energy at actually going into people's combs and environments and seeing how they actually live yes and we have done this very much is project visiting people you know and they can show us. They can tell us. What do we need. Many told me Oh it's such a shame. I can't have flowers anymore and I was like what yeah because I'm not able. It's so heavy to fill the vase with water alter so we designed of these which is gripped friendly.

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"population" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"population" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Hi to be the bearer of bad tidings but you aren't getting any younger. None of us is frankly a bit of a problem. The aging demographic is said to be the greatest economic and social challenge facing the Western world as well of course as East Asia demographic suicide some call it the G. Twenty summit in Asaka officially recognized aging global megatrend usually it's Japan South Korea China to these days that are the focus of discussions about the sharp end of the population crisis but Finland has has the next oldest demographic in the world after Japan and its Nordic neighbours Sweden Denmark facing similar trends trends which challenging the very fabric of their much admired universal welfare systems. Something's got to give or that. Perhaps other solutions in the pipeline can technology save the day when it comes to care for the elderly all the Nordic countries going to have to open up more immigration and reassess the generous welfare systems. What all the economic opportunities of the silver economy this is at the foreign desk if people leave the longer and they live a healthy life and and they are now in good condition they consumed now. It's time to take the medicine now. You press the button to get his message coming. He's wait. It started with me myself. If I had a stroke a few years ago and then I was offered you know that they were going to install things in the bathroom and it was like oh no no no no no stop. Stop Stop. I I mean really ugly things. Secrets straight great not natural resource great unlimited fficials aging populations time bomb. We're told in the next fifty years Europe's going to lose ten percent of its labor force because of it but in the Nordic countries that trying to look on the bright side of course the fact that life expectancy is eighty three years women almost eight hundred men should be celebrated the longer people live the more time they have to buy stuff too and the greater their specialized needs for Cavin medical provision. There's an opportunity here. Why name is Michael Booth Monaco's man in Denmark and the author of a book about the Nordic region the almost nearly perfect people for this special edition of the foreign desk in association with the Nordic Council of Ministers. I've been traveling around the region to find out how the Nordic countries are facing up to the imminent demographic crises and how they're exploiting economic opportunities. These crises might bring it was natural that my I would be Helsinki where earlier this summer six hundred ministers business leaders. NGOs and representatives of companies from fifty countries had gathered yeah the to discuss how to look upon the elderly as a resource rather than a burden and how to turn the aging megatrend into an economic win. I've come to Helsinki to attend the Silver Economy Forum organized by the Finnish government as part of its official program of Finland's. Bu Presidency this year. The forum aims to catalyze is new perspectives on the effects of long lives and agent especially the impact on people's well-being societies and the economies. That's what it says Russia to give you an idea of the kinds of attendees Cindy's behind me. I can see the mayor of Manchester and the Irish Health Minister in conversation why Finland well demographic crisis if we're GONNA put it in negative terms is greatest greatest here in Europe and as a result Finland is leading the world particularly in terms of a on robotics aiming to help move care for the elderly from institutions into private homes. There are some intriguing products on display here in the lobby of the Finlandia Hall in Helsinki. My name is Margaret. Mammal and I am from Technical Research Centre of Finland so here we have a medicine dispensing robot is a bit like a CD player with a screen so inside it has to medicine roles like this and this comes from the pharmacy. You are sure that there is the right medicine in the right this kind of sexual each day's prepacked with the social for the day. Now it's time take the medicine piece wait so I pressed the button and now the reason this coming you hear the humming boy so it's playing the role you take the sashayed please. This device replaces the need for home caregiver to visit just to take your take your medicine and over here. We have what looks like a fridge. Yes but this is a meal service so this is actually a talking rich. It says that I'm ready to serve you. So this is a freezer an insider a numbered draws up to eighteen different draws and you can select these meals that are inside you can select them yourself in the Internet. There's a long meal list in their delivered to your home frozen and you put someone we'll we'll put them in for you. Yes that's part of the service. When you want to eat you will take a meal from the freezer understood that he said stroganoff slow some kind of meat soup tin foil covered trays trays. Could also learn finish this way yeah. That's a good way all right. This is a natural many will not the yes I put it here into the oven and put the cover down so it says I'm preparing the sport and their time left about two minutes patient dinners way yeah also the silver economy form was permanent wants secretary at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Finland has the second oldest demographic in the world she saw the positives both in terms of what elderly fins might contribute due to the society and how the country's burgeoning elderly care tech sector. They might even be a boon to the economy. I think that it is a great success that people are able to leave a longer. We try to really do a paradigm shift from seeing this. Only burden people are are living longer so attractive for private sector then to think can you kind of products and concepts but of course are there has been a lot of talk talk about on focusing on the challenges and the burden but it's not a good thing that a aging people are then an old people are Ebola chasing that they are in society and make a burden they should leave meaningful life because there is still potential tinsel of of potential for business but also for societies if people live longer and they live a healthy life son and they they are not in good condition they consume they keep this society then going on and of course they then held in families. They can be with their grandchildren. They can tell a lot about life sand make richer. They're familiar. A million lives on children there than than there is also precipitated that they are active in different. NGOs which also Oh then are the big players in society is the demographic trend in the Nordic countries more of a threat because of your universal welfare systems of course. It's a challenge. Thanks for our economy and that's why we are having this discussion. In Finland we of course are aiming to continue with our welfare society. Not that's why we would like Finland to be a good place for research and development. It's our populations. You know a nature that we allow devices devices got kids and things like that and we have a lot of engineers of course we have. Nokia engineers in our country so they're all civilities then really to to develop a solution hip she's in the news in the UK the idea of using technology such as Alexa in the homes of elderly to help care for them to help administer medicine to even diagnose conditions. I think that is computer or even say that that already now there are solutions for for that and we should use them better so us the information we have and try to then attract companies really to focus on developing hoping products and systems for people to leave more meaningful life silver hills there are actually and we have to also think in different way also the governments and private sectors role so both of them have to change their ways of work so private it sector has to think more about how the rarity and long term commitment with governments then governments more to keep the fiscal skull incentives in the stem so that they can work together that is what we have agreed on under Agenda Twenty thirty United Nations Sustainable Ah Goals Four hundred thirty prepared off inland and the other Nordic countries economically to deal with the cost of aging populations when I met him in his office at the Finnish Finance Ministry Monte Tamaki Permanent Secretary outlined a raw the gloomier picture for Finland in short fins are going to have to work harder and for more years he is the new government has worked to juggle a public finances unwelcome more employment based immigration can cease you the great finish natural resource the spirit of endowment ability save the day we are prepared but not really enough first of all compared to the other Nordic countries. Finland is facing a more rapid eighteen of population because we had exceptionally lots baby boom Senate race since James on second we have less immigration in in the past we will be facing these to nominee of of increasing need for Ellery care the population seventy five will increase by I something like one hundred and thirty percent by fifty forty said much more rapid increase than than in the other Nordic countries and on the third we have the new cohorts entering the labour market. I extremely small and we have a had a dramatic falling fertility so in the coming years there will be less and less people entering the labor force while at the same time we need for example hands in the care of the elderly so why would we have puffer for pension funds. Are we still will face really quite demanding. Talent is because of the demographic trench so how how old these problems what are you doing. What's the prognosis the main two things first of all we try to increase employment rate. The proportion of persons of working aides who why implode for example Sweden has an employment rate that these something like seven to eight percentage points higher than what we have retirement age is going to be you you under pressure to raise that we need to think how we could increase the participation in the labor force for people people sixty five plus and that.

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"population" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"population" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Navy there because not here's andy in worcester massachusetts high end a you're on the air jane i made frequent caller this is a topic that is of extreme passion for me i take the side of the prophet i believe that it's ridiculous to think that we can fix the problems that we have with technology when technology is the thing that caused our population to explode in the first place and our environment to degrade so i think that the solution to these issues long term and not it's probably not a perfect pollution but i think it's going to be generational i think what we need to do is we need to commit to educating the next generation on self reliance and self sufficiency i don't believe that governments and corporations and large institutions are going to solve these problems for us and i think it it it evident if you look back at wendy's population control measures were taken playff i it was very it was very aggressive and cruel make that if we can educate our next generation very carefully make it core curriculum on self sufficiency uh controlling our own population we may have a chance you're an in just one other thing the first caller the guy who said he was stockpiling food and water i do the same thing i live i have land uh up north and and were retire in there and we're we're getting ready for it ourselves my wife and i because what i see th year is the only way to fix this problem is to lower my personal impact and to be selfreliant so i can get ready for the uh the future is whatever may be andy thank you very much for.

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"population" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"population" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"In an immigrant population who was sending money a broad are there in the uk all or in other countries so it's going to be really interesting to see you the thousand people law if you're one of them get in touch we'd love to know what you're doing with but but i guess it is one of those landon expand plays because you've had revolution go out with the call that you can spend many on transfer wise with remittances mons over the everyday spend and now hold on revolution doing categorize spending a now transfer wise he's doing a called and now you almost gets the point where p everyone seems to be aiming at roughly the same area which is coming at it from a different bs head you've been saying for a while it's like all these things features are all they businesses in themselves and actually adding probably what we're seeing is it's it's a very very hall to make significant amount of impact that they really want to in the the knee she's around these things so one at one of the interesting sort of controversies of the back of this one was between the colors of cars sleigh this is the the level of of sort of issues that sort of kickoff on this one say we had so they they launched this discount it's a very pretty looking caught actually it's luminescent gregan isn't it with a nice little nick in the in the thing i thought that's quite nice it feature and but penta the business banking stopped over in berlin got a bit xiaoxia about it didn't like so basically saying you've been copying all think yeah i mean little in this area that there is a obviously the brand element to their so when you pull out that let hot coral cod if we get it all online i've seen that i know what that is all people are ski and i still do people last meal at nazi one of these before you know for unity they're not interested in mccart.

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"population" Discussed on WGIR-AM

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02:31 min | 4 years ago

"population" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Cook contraception and in some cases abortion now i don't necessarily like to talk about abortion because it's it's one of those circular arguments that always end up becoming yudo some some political pro choice pro pro life nonsense which is which is in my opinion a at argument that doesn't go anywhere but when you're talking about population control and those things used for population control and who they are going to force people who they're gonna forced to adopt these population controls this is where it goes from an abortion issue a contraception the issue into a eugenics issue and this is where i i worry about the pope who ghetto blass ito family planning with the i it with the aid of contraception and yet in the same breath is supporting the sustainable development united nations 2030 plan which includes reproductive law as meeting that they'll be doing things to basically bring down fertility rates and right now at me if you were just reading a we will talk about this a couple of days ago the the sperm count for men now is dropping substantially the fertility rates are dropping from this is like the children of men scenario science fiction chill man where you know oh you know men or women are infertile they don't have children anymore and so that the population dies because children are not being born and so this is the thing that that has we kind of curious because when you have government's been all joined in and wanted to be a part of this global plan and then our governments says no we don't want to be a part of it is i say no to the metric system rony's that none of the metrics that we don't want to be a part of it there is a lawyer geiszer these so no we have mid apart everybody else riven metric system were not over well this is another thing we don't want to be part of it it's the idea that it we're gonna lose our sovereignty in the process and we're gonna lose our ability to have families and reproduce but it's all being done also behind our backs with the support of the catholic church with the pope as ex cathedra dan is encyclical has been saying things like yeah support this and the hell with capitalism and the let's have a fluid economy and i'm thinking you know is.

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