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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"While we're talking to Tom Tom this is Mary Louise I'm gonna cut you off just for a second because we have Joe Biden He's just stepped up to speak alive Let's listen The Citadel of liberty President elect Joe Biden addresses the nation I call on president Trump To go on national television now to fulfill his oath and defend the constitution And demand and end to this siege But president Trump does not go On national television I know your pain I know you hurt Instead four 17 p.m. he tweets this video talking directly to his supporters inside the capitol We love you You're very special You've seen what happens You see the way others are treated that are so bad and so evil I know how you feel But go home and go home in peace We love you your very special At that same time Maryland and Virginia sin National Guard and state troopers to D.C. In the next hour protesters in Arizona pound on state capitol doors and break a window A demonstration in Salem Oregon turns violent Shortly before 6 p.m. almost 5 hours after the rioting began police begin to clear the capital and eventually the interior is secured At 6 a curfew that goes into effect for D.C. During the curfew no one is allowed to be outside in public places And at 6 O 1 p.m. Trump tweets again these are the things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously and viciously stripped away from great patriots who have been badly and unfairly treated for so long Go home with love and in peace Remember this day forever At 7 54 p.m. the RNC condemns the violence from the day And at just after 8 Today was a dark day in the history of the United States Capitol Vice president Pence reopens the Senate Let's get back to work And Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell makes a statement The United States Senate will not be intimidated We will not be kept out of this chamber by thugs mobs or threats The debate over the objection to counting Arizona's ballots continues more than 6 hours after it began And around 9 p.m. we always knew that this responsibility would take us into the night I'm going to stay as long as it.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:19 min | 3 months ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"The country since. Not so much. He might matter. It's findings are stark. Jair Bolsonaro has been accused of crimes against humanity for the president's handling of COVID in Brazil. Emma Hogan is our America's editor. The report which was leaked this week was compiled by a Senate committee who spent 6 months looking at how the president had handled the pandemic in Brazil. It's far more damning than was expected, although some of the findings have have subsequently been retracted. So what are the key findings as we currently understand it? So the accusation that he is liable for crimes against humanity comes about because of what they call his macabre approach, the pandemic, which included organizing large gatherings of his supporters. Mocking scientists and mask wearers also mocking a COVID patient struggling to breathe on television. Yeah. This comes at a time when Brazil has had over 600,000 excess deaths, that's the pandemic, according to The Economist's excess mortality tracker. I mean, let's go back to the beginning of the pandemic. President Bolsonaro was one of the first world leaders to say it's just a flu, it's fine and to minimize the problems of COVID. This is a particular problems for the Brazilian indigenous community. It also meant that the P one variant, one of the earliest variants of the COVID, came out of Brazil. So really, it has been incredibly poorly handled. So what will happen with these allegations against mister Bolsonaro? Will there be formal charges? Well, I mean, one of the senators behind the investigation is that the president has committed several crimes and will pay for them all. But that looks incredibly unlikely, as I mentioned, the most incendiary charges for homicide and genocide against indigenous groups have been dropped. So the president looks really quite likely to escape legal consequences for these other claims. The report mentions two kinds of crimes, the ordinary crimes that are prosecutable under the criminal code and the impeachable crimes of responsibility. To try the president in court, requires the approval of the attorney general who is an ally of the president. Meanwhile, an impeachment needs the stamp of approval from the head of the lower House of Congress, who is also close to the president. So because he has these two allies, the attorney general and the head of the lower House of Congress, it looks incredibly unlikely that these accusations in the report will actually have any legal consequence. Well, if not then, a matter for criminal accountability. What about the court of public opinion? Well, it's been incredibly damaging for mister Bolsonaro and it comes on from a litany of problems for him. So what I found remarkable about this is that over the 6 months that the inquiry was taking place, it was broadcast live, and regularly half a million people would tune in to view it. With many more others on social media have also commenting and so on. And so according to one pole rating, president bolso rona ros approval rating has fallen from about 33%, 22%, which is really very bad in the year before an election. And do you get a sense that mister Bolsonaro senses that it is doing something to try to win back the public? Absolutely. President Bolsonaro is trying to boost support by increasing social welfare. And most specifically, he is trying to expand and make more generous a welfare fund associated with the former president Lula, who currently is leading the polls for the presidential election next year. Mister Bolsonaro's plans have split his government, his economy minister is against it. But he wants to give out a monthly benefits of about $71 to the poorest of Brazilians without he claims violating Brazil's spending limits. And what about the pandemic and the economy? In fact, now this reports rather backward looking, how are things looking forward? Well, unemployment is 14% in Brazil at the moment, the Central Bank is increasing interest rates, inflation has risen to a whopping 10% in the past year. So for most ordinary Brazilians the cost of living is going up. I think that that will in the end be the really difficult test for mister Bolsonaro. He can expand various social welfare funds, but fundamentally, people have felt very hard hit by the pandemic, both in terms of their numbers of deaths. There have happened in Brazil, but also the economic consequences on the country. So taken together, where do you think mister Bolsonaro goes from here? He seems insulated from criminal concerns, but the rest of it's up in the air. Indeed, I mean, in many ways, mister Bolsonaro seems like a Teflon president. I mean, he has remained in power despite the fact that he has handled the pandemic extraordinarily badly. But even if these accusations don't stick, mister Bolsonaro and his sons are facing investigations into spreading fake news and corruption, all of which they deny. So next year is going to be a difficult one for mister Bolsonaro and he's going to go into it with his standing significantly reduced. Thanks very much for joining us, Emma. My pleasure, Jason. Whether you're starting your first business, or you're already up and running, Bank of America offers to support you need to forge ahead with confidence. This month, we're celebrating those women's small business owners who've put their faith in us to help them take the next step. Their passion knowledge and drive combined with our mentoring programs and community partnerships is the spirit of small business in action. Learn how you can move ahead with confidence at Bank of America dot com slash SV women, Bank of America. What would you like the power to do? When it comes to doomsday scenarios, the only thing more frightening than an intercontinental nuclear weapon is an intercontinental nuclear weapon that can sneak up on you. Last weekend, the Financial Times first reported that China had over the summer tested a faster than sound glider capable of delivering nukes from space. Yesterday, the paper said there had in fact been two such missions, twice the reason to think that China's latest work could shift the world nuclear order. China's apparent test of a hypersonic nuclear capable glider is the latest front in what is clearly an intensifying nuclear competition between America, China and a number of other states. Shashank Joshi is The Economist's defense editor. China has denied that it tested a hypersonic missile. It says it only tested a reusable spacecraft. But what's very clear is that it is moving very quickly in the realm of nuclear weapons technology and this has America really quite worried. Well, let's talk.

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Brazilian Protesters Call for Jair Bolsonaro to Be Impeached

BBC Weekend

01:41 min | 6 months 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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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Rear Vision

Rear Vision

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Rear Vision

"Eventually absorbed but he was. He was case. Answer the army at that point and in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight when he got into politics for the first time he starts to be continued to represent the military military interests in the military lobby in brazilian politics at a time when the military was really on the way out the military dictatorship in brazil it ended in nineteen eighty five brazil return to democracy the middle she'd been discredited for their human rights abuses in the way they'd mismanaged brazil's economy and brazil brazil's military was very marginalized but bolsonaro during the nineteen ninety s bit of a lone voice defending the military's record also narrow entered politics in hundred eighty eight becoming a city council in rio de janeiro. Was this a surprising. Move the reports. I've read about him and interviews is that he had this idea of going into politics at the time president's role military right so we were in the middle of the military dictatorship was towards the end of it when he last so all the presidents were generals were army generous and he had this idea that he wanted to be president or at least his says that today but a lot of corroborate that. He kept saying that he wants to do that. So go into politics especially because the dictatorship was actually unwinding at that time as he goes into office. That's exactly around time that we get the constitutional assembly and we have democracy coming back. The first civilian president and all that so becoming a civilian politician was probably more into going to hire office at some point. But you know nobody knew about that. At that time right that he had any hoax or or there was no indication that he could ever reach as far as he did after just two years on the radio. City council ball sonar ran successfully for the national parliament. In brazil's congress he would enjoy a long but largely undistinguished career hours. A marginal figure. He was not taken very seriously by his congressional colleagues the the center of political gravity during the nineteen nineties and two thousands new to the left and the soda all six that bolsonaro represented became extremely marginal even as late as two thousand and fifteen when bolsonaro put himself up to be a congressional leader for which you need. The votes fellow congressman. He won only four votes. His office is in a passive the the congress which was really reserved for the least influential the worst facilities and so on so he was. It was fun to some extent in the two. Thousands also became known. Freeze anti liberalism. So he want to receive notorious reputation for bef- ending human rights abuses and saying outrageous things on tv and radio saying that. You know brazil's military should have killed more people during the detector ship then the two thousands he added to his repertoire at outrage various attacks on things like know feminism. Insulted female congressman. She was terribly racist. Various occasions with homophobic said he'd rather his son died and became gay. Any liberal cool as you can imagine you could guarantee the bolsonaro will be on the wrong side of that same became associated with a kind of reaction to liberalism in all. These forms. brazil's congress has almost six hundred members representing around thirty different parties over his time in congress bolsonaro frequently swapped political parties. He joined about six or seven parties three his career. He became known for jumping parties..

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As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

Balance of Nature

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

"Today to demand the impeachment of the president. A BCS Claire Bauer reports from Rio de Janeiro as Brazil marked half a million lives lost to Covid 19. Thousands of protesters marched in cities across the country Saturday, blaming President Bolsonaro is handling of the pandemic for the devastating death toll. By demonstrators held signs with the names of loved ones lost. One sign reading. Who do you call when the president kills your dad? Others demanded more vaccines to date only 11% of Brazilian fully vaccinated, and health officials warn the country could be on the cusp of a third wave. Player Power. ABC NEWS Ready JANEIRO,

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Brazil’s Amazon Deforestation Reaches Record Level for May

BBC Assignment

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Brazil’s Amazon Deforestation Reaches Record Level for May

"Says deforestation in the Amazon region increased by 40% in the year to me, 1180 square kilometres of rainforest were lost. Meanwhile, a separate report is warning that illegal logging is set to get worse. As the Amazon enters the dry season. I got more details from our Americas editor Candice Pet Well, this is the third consecutive months of these record figures of deforestation in the Amazon is really raising serious questions about President Jair Bolsonaro's commitments to fighting deforestation. Environmentalists argue that the deforestation levels have been increasing because his policies and his environment minister have been slowly dismantling the legal protection measures. That police and control deforestation in the Amazon. The minister himself is under investigation by prosecutors for alleged involvement in the export of illegal would, for example, to be sold to the European Union and the United States. The Environment Ministry is also frozen funding to the environmental policing body and frozen their normal ability to patrol and monitor deforestation. President Bolsonaro has promised to eradicate illegal deforestation in the Amazon by 2030. Is that even realistic? Well, it's certainly contradicts a lot of what he's been saying. So far since he got into office in 2019. He's repeatedly advocated to develop Mentalist policy for the Amazon has argued the region needs economic development, not protection as some kind of giant reserve as he puts it. So these latest statements have been seen with great skepticism in Brazil. A by his opponents. There's been

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A chaotic week for Brazil's President Bolsonaro

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

A chaotic week for Brazil's President Bolsonaro

"Even by his own standards brazil's president jair bolsonaro has had aka arctic with on monday. He was forced to reshuffle his cabinet after his foreign and defense ministers both quit yesterday as he purports lead once again surpassed its record daily. Covert death toll. The political crisis brought on by the pandemic also plumbed new depths today. Brazil awoke to news that the heads of the army navy and air force of all handed in their resignations in protest at boston is handling of the

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Brazil to get fourth health minister since pandemic began

5 Things

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Brazil to get fourth health minister since pandemic began

"Brazilian president bolsonaro has picked his fourth health minister since the covid nineteen pandemic hit. The country continues to be ravaged by the virus within the worst daily case and death numbers in recent days. Bolsonaro has repeatedly clashed with health officials on what to do to manage the

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India Surpasses Brazil, Moves Into 2nd Place For COVID-19 Cases

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:49 min | 1 year ago

India Surpasses Brazil, Moves Into 2nd Place For COVID-19 Cases

"The United States still has more corona virus cases than any other nation on Earth but India is catching up the US for the record has more than six point two million cases. India is now second in the world with four point two, million Joanna slater is the India Bureau chief for The Washington Post and is on the line from New Delhi. Welcome to the program. Punky what's going wrong in India Well India is in a very difficult predicament. At the moment it has a situation where the number of infections is large and accelerating and the economy is hobbled and there's no sign that infections have peaked. So it's really just it's just a very, very tough situation although I'm thinking about four point two million is an appalling number of cases but we are talking about a country of more than a billion people were I suppose it it might be possible for this to be happening and you don't even realize it. Do you do you? Do you sense it as you walk along the streets of New Delhi that something is happening here You certainly sense it into a far as you see people wearing masks most of the people here are wearing masks but not all of them, and once again there traffic jams in Delhi, for example, where I live. And things have basically reopened after a very severe lockdown earlier earlier this spring. So you don't necessarily see it in the streets, but there is, of course, a growing sense of concerned at at the number of cases and how quickly they're rising our hospitals doing. Hospitals at the moment are holding up. There was a moment earlier in the outbreak in May and June when it really did look like the healthcare system was going to buckle in places like Mumbai and Delhi meter, we spoke to a number of families who had just desperate searches for hospital beds for their loved ones only to be turned away again and again. And told that the hospitals were full in those two big cities, the situation ease a little bit over the summer. But now it is it is getting worse again, and one of the other worrisome things that's happening now is the virus is moving or has moved from India cities to its vast hinterland where the health system is is even less equipped to cope. Joiner, you've mentioned a few elements that can affect the spread of the corona virus talked about lockdown and a reopening. You talked about people wearing masks. Does the government have a clear strategy and clear set of priorities here and if so what are they? The government has had different priorities different points in time it tried implementing severe lockdown with about four hours. Notice it shut down this entire country of one point, three billion people but the result was economic devastation. So it had to relax those restrictions. It had to reverse course, and that is the strategy it has adopted now, and that's the direction in which India is going toward progressive reopening. The only major thing that remains closed in India now is is schools. Whether the government is going to reassess that strategy or second-guessed that that strategy we don't now know now at the moment, but there is no no sign of it. I'm thinking about the current world leader in cases the United States the President President Trump's administration just as a statement of fact has had chaotic messaging. The president's often endorsed conspiracy theories contradicted his own public health officials, and of course, you have state officials going their own ways and attempting their own strategies. How does the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Compares Prime Minister Modi. Threat and spoken about it clearly. Yes he has. That is a major difference between India and the United States and Brazil as well. So unlike president trump or president bolsonaro prime minister Modi has downplayed the virus or told Indian citizens to go about their normal lives. He has consistently talked about the virus as a very dangerous threat and from the beginning has appeared in public with either Moscow or face covering. Is it possible that that the speed of this virus is going to cause a lockdown whether the government does it or not people are just not going to be willing to go about their lives As of now, I don't think so because the silver lining if I can use that term is that the number of deaths in India according to official statistics it's still relatively low. So there's not that same public pressure that you might see. Elsewhere. The slater, thanks for the update. Really appreciate it. Having. Joanna's slater is the India Bureau chief for The Washington Post and she's a New Delhi.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Up. Ah, word on how that is yet affecting tourism. President Trump is resuming his Regular will find how regular they are Corona Coronas briefings. His numbers have been declining, and some have suggested in the White House that maybe they're declining because you're not making yourself available anymore is very interesting, isn't it? Because CNN MSNBC hardware complaining when he was doing them because they had to carry them because, after all, they are news. They would then say We're not going to carry them because all he's doing is lying, But it is news. And then he stopped doing them. His number started going down. Now he's doing them again. Ah, and what is CNN and MSNBC are going to say. They said that the president was derelict president was AWOL president was not talking to the country now the president talking of the country And how they have to cover it. And when his numbers go up, then what they're going to do. Here's what the president said yesterday. Ultimately, Argo is not merely to manage the pandemic, but two ended. We want to get rid of it as soon as we can. That is why getting a vaccine remains a top Priority to vaccine candidates are entering the final stage of clinical trials this month. This was achieved in record time. It used to be years before you were In a position like we are right now for other vaccines will enter final trials and the following weeks and we're mass, producing all of the top candidate so that the first to prove vaccine will be available immediately. There is a pretty thorough analysis of the Corona virus worldwide in the National Review headline Revisiting the numbers. It says that We're making progress. Quote, notably the United States. As a holds a lot lower on the list. Casualties. The past two months than it had been previously with New York in better shape. Florida, which had widely been described the media as the global epicenter. The pandemic has seen fewer deaths in the past two months. The 19 other states And 1/3 as many per capita Rhode Island And he points out that Sweden's approaches, you know, there was no mandatory. Lock down. They did advise people strongly to engage in social distancing and to wear masks and to avoid Non essential activity and based upon traffic. Traffic was dramatically down, but there were no mandatory shutdowns. And its death toll is worse than its surrounding neighbors. But the UK continues to have serious problems. And, um Places like San Marino, Spain and Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Austria. They've come through their worst, Perhaps. Venezuela's numbers are low, but the speculation is their numbers are low because they lack the infrastructure to collect and report the data. It does appear that Uruguay in Paraguay have so far avoided. The awful spike has been hitting their neighbors. Large indoor air conditioning spaces. Are common here in this country, which has suggested maybe there might be A second winter. As we returned to large indoor Activities assuming we do He ends by saying this quote. The ultimate takeaway from the data are, of course, much debatable. One thing that seems clear is that we should not let spikes infection rates distracted from the great progress. It has been made in reducing mortality rates across the country. A tribute to the Great American health Care system. Americans are, however, still facing a greater ongoing threat. In many other parts of the world, and they will continue to haunt our debates over The opening. Trump said this about masks. Will you actually do it when I need? I mean, I carry the mask when I have to go. Why? Why went into Walter Reed Hospital? Thie.

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Coronavirus: Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:07 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive

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Brazil's biggest cities start reopening as COVID-19 surges

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Brazil's biggest cities start reopening as COVID-19 surges

"Brazil ranked second to the United States for the most coronavirus cases and deaths of any country in the world yet it's pushing ahead with reopening businesses and its largest cities series Bill Weir's and some hollow for us. right now, so set the scene for US Bill. What are you seeing? Well a lot of the businesses were only allowed to be open for about six hours today, usually in the middle of the day source, seeing folks sort of trickle in and out of the shops here as they get closer to closing time, there's a mall across the street that was open today for the first time as people get to sit down restaurants at forty percent capacity, or so, but in the shopping district in the center of town today I saw people elbow to elbow, and not all the masks were at full mast, so to speak at a lot of that has to do with the way Brazil as the United States, the pandemic has become really political. Down here, thanks to the man in charge President Bolsonaro of from the beginning. Has dismissed covid nineteen as little flu that Brazilians are strong enough to handle He pooh-poohed calls from the Health Ministry to social distance and to quarantine fact. He fired his health minister. A lot of people were worried that president trump would fire Dr Chee well most scenario did that replacement quit after a month? And now the man in charge of the pandemic response is a loyal army general who has no health policy experience at all, but what's interesting at the same time is Brazil is now the site of two major vaccine sort of phase three. Three trials, thousands of Brazilians will volunteer to get very promising medicines, but wolf those probably even in the best-case won't be ready for public sumptious until this time next year.

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Coronavirus: US suspends travel from Brazil for foreigners

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: US suspends travel from Brazil for foreigners

"Through coronavirus cases arising in Latin America A. B. C.'s Ian Pannell says Brazil is the hardest hit control hospitals and morgues and our capacity even mass graves have been dug for the growing ranks of the dead this is Brazil's president Bolsonaro attended another massive anti lockdown rally Sunday a post wearing a mask but later taking a toll greeting supporters at the White House is already banned travel from Brazil with the exception of American citizens who were returning to the US from that

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The corona virus causing a financial crisis across the continent and beyond millions of Brazilians have protested at home against president Bolsonaro is handling of the outbreak and China has had its first day since the pandemic began without domestic transmission of covered nineteen I have recorded a number of cases of people who have come into the country from overseas but not domestic transmission in the past twenty four hours of course the pandemic originated in China more than eighty thousand people have been infected over recent months Christian shepherd is the Financial Times correspondent in Beijing when I spoke to him an hour or so ago I asked him how significant that muses it's a very big deal I think psychologically this is the location where the virus was first discovered and spread out from the city of Wuhan and for the first time that they had zero new cases that stand by degree of relaxation of a celebration in Wuhan and across China they must be aware of the potential for this virus to grow once again but they feel the need to set a mark this moment by allowing some relaxation that's right so those that has been a sort of side really it is kind of the same time as leaders and also medical experts warning that not only do they need to wait another two weeks to make sure that that they fully stopped the spread within China but they also needs to be extra vigilant against any cases coming in from the rest of the world and you know daily have courts including those of Beijing has raised that restrictions so now there are extra stream crisis in Iraq strict quarantine measures that that really not letting up yeah because as I say there were a number of people who tested positive who have coming from overseas how the authorities projecting there's something they need to try and emphasize that what they have done has worked in the evidence would suggest that there right at least in the short term yeah absolutely I mean this is a big moment for China and the model of containment day has use which is something that we had never seen before such a wide degree of quarantine restrictions on there and then millions or tens of millions of people in lockdown so there's definitely a sense in which China instead of taking a small victory lap and say look we did something right here and also you know greasing the tried speak with other countries who are tackling the buyers to try and share what their experience is but they also continually asking question saying that the everything guide now and in the capital Beijing where I am you know they're still temperature checks everywhere that still limits on large gatherings it's going to be a while before things are back to normal so much of the story is also about the economics we had just there about the massive spending that the European central bank is committing to China was first to it it's a company has to have been badly hit one of the Chinese authorities doing about that all right given stimulus measures tax breaks that in rent exemptions extension of loans new infrastructure building but unlike previous financial crisis two thousand and eight hasn't been at peak peak Kirsch lots of new grand projects because the Chinese government are concerned about it debts which has risen to very high levels in recent years so this time to be a more targeted approach to try and help them businesses that are struggling to try and keep the economy afloat without building out unstable levels of debt and I was Christian Chapman who's the Financial Times correspondent in Beijing talking to me a little earlier on this morning also China reported no new domestic cases of coronavirus transmission for the first time since the outbreak began soliciting no way next to find out how the government days dealing with the problem of playing throughout Europe now officials there wants to impose fines and even jail sentences for anyone who breaks Quinton rules including city residents looking to escape to the country retreats Charlotte Bob off is a journalist of Norway's national broadcaster and okay on the line for muscle she told me it if the country is seeing seems similar to reports of partisans who trying to scan the capital for the provinces when they introduce these messages last week we were all supposed to then stay at home with our children do home schooling etcetera from Friday as so a lot of people were already planning to go to their holiday homes for the weekends and I think if there was a lot of confusion a lot of panic people thought we are expected to stay at home why not just go to the cabin stay as far as way away from people as possible and just it makes this kind of work in a sense what you do so sounds like a good idea so why is it mmhm the problem is that these areas where people have their cabins they are notes and fitted for an increase in the population like that's what you mean the hospitals in the area will not cope if is thousands of people go to the set holiday homes and suddenly gets ill and while they are at the cabins and with and will need assistance while they are in the mine mountains or and by the seaside in their holiday area being shed is up which is what people being told is that the reason they're being given to come back absolutely that is the reason we do not have the capacity to deal with the corona virus in these areas with that amount of people so everybody can work they are they are absolutely we saw that people were coming back and that he sent messages that the the government said that they might put into place and they never actually wear expected because if people came back in and we see that we we are actually experiencing it kinds of an historic act of solidarity with the elderly and the sick now read really trying to break this set chain of inspections given what you mean by that illustrates well the story well yeah it did these are extraordinary times we've never is of course it's all over the globe also here in no way we've never seen anything like it so the messages that have been put into place are the most extreme measures taken since the second World War as most people what sort of things are people doing to help them staying at home we're all staying at home with our children home schooling also people are staying at home and at their home offices so it's it's kind of a chuckles for most people to try to keep the home of his going there are teaching that you think this idea that they should be fined if they ignore the demands of government you know the fine the idea that some people should actually be locked up is that something that would be supported widely as you know there was actually a debate yesterday that's kind of it dealt with this as well because at the big story here and no way to days that that no no region government is planning to drive through at at a temporary corona corona virus role which will allow them to sidestep that existing laws and issues and regulations without parliamentary debates and this will basically empower the government to issue new rules and regulations without needing to debate them in that country's parliament and some law professors are saying that this is crazy we do not see all the aspects of this right now and we do not and and and in this regard just said that also these messages that were were at kind of the proposed to over the weekend when people were staying in their holiday homes they said that the debt that we should also had to debate about those Sir no less than where I'm from yes really have to talk to fellow thank you for sharing your thoughts with us a lot baclofen journalist with anarchy the Norwegian national broadcaster finally finished off.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Families by extending telemedicine services no matter where they live Democrats swift action to pass emergency funding was essential to our nation's long overdue response next Senate democratic leader Schumer and I last weekend calls for further action to put families first today we are passing a bill that does just that the families first coronavirus response act which is focused directly on providing support for America's families who must be our first priority the three most important parts of this bill are testing testing testing this legislation facilitates free corona virus testing for everyone who needs a test including the uninsured we can only defeat this outbreak if we have an accurate determination of its scale and scope so that we can pursue the precise science based response that is necessary to put families first our legislation secures paid me for it with two weeks of paid sick leave and family and medical leave for those affected by the virus and for those who lose their jobs we are strengthening unemployment insurance a critical step to protect workers economic security I think families first a legislation protects our children and particularly the tens of millions of little children who rely on the free or reduced price lunch they receive at school for their food security at schools are being closed his children will be deprived of their meals Arbil takes aggressive action to strengthen food security initiatives including student meals as well as snap seniors meals and food banks as we develop our next steps we will continue to listen to and benefit from the expertise of scientists health care professionals public health officials and community leaders so that we can craft the most effective evidence based response our nation our great nation has faced crises before and every time thanks to the courage and optimism patriotism and perseverance of the American people we have prevailed now working to gather who will once again prevail and will come out stronger than before god bless you and god bless America about five minutes until four o'clock everyone have a great weekend I take good care of each other we've had reports earlier today from a people listening in Santa Fe things were testy things were tense of grocery stores with a lot of supplies including toilet paper and water think you've been hearing about forever don't even think about hand sanitizer in short supply or the shelter bear and people very testy though polite still polite in Santa Fe had reports of violence in grocery stores on Albuquerque people were fighting we've had other reports of violence around have not been able to confirm those so stay calm be nice it'll be over you don't want to this to you know to go to pass in a month or two months or three months from now and find yourself a behind bars or in the ground not sure if you can find yourself in the ground but you know what I mean so to the question about canceling elections or postponing elections are the UK has indeed U. K. elections postponed until twenty twenty one this is according to the guardian the world health organisation has called Europe the epicenter of the corona virus the queen all my god Queen Elizabeth has canceled her her engagements the Canadian prime minister Trudeau his wife is tested positive they have self quarantine Formula One is called off the Macarena Vietnamese grand Prix's that would be the first grand formula Grand Prix ever in Vietnam there are two hundred name more confirmed cases in the U. K. Brazilian president Balsan RO I heard earlier tested negative this update from eight hours ago said he tested positive his son Eduardo tweeted save his father has tested positive actually is is son tweeted that the test is not yet complete and then the president Brazil Bolsonaro J. J. error Boston RO as does apology for grown of ours according local media that matters because he and several other ministers who have resigned ministers who have tested positive when the company of our president and our vice president and our Attorney General and the president family Mar Lago last weekend and they all have tested positive are president and vice president say they will not take.

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on KOMO

"News for your Friday the thirteenth of Franklin's he's at the other news desk that was great another factor Congress could take a big step forward today on an economic relief package to try to block the impact of the corona virus outbreak of speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats and the White House hope to have some sort of deal announced today that they are making progress on talks Brazil's president is now testing positive for coronavirus less than a week after spending time with president trump the the president's call the pandemic of fantasy when he was in the U. S. over the weekend he did visit with trump at the president's Mar a Lago resort a member of Bolsonaro staff who was photographed with president was the first member of that delegation who tested positive so far the White House has issued a statement saying trump has not been tested because he's in excellent health Texas senator Ted Cruz's extending his self quarantine after having a second contact with someone who's tested positive Cruz's first stint in isolation was supposed to end yesterday but his office as he met with the Spanish political leader on March third and they spent about twenty minutes together shaking hands and having pictures taken at leader tested positive that night more and more American icons are shutting down is A. B. C.'s parent company announcing their closing Walt Disney World in Orlando and Disneyland Paris through the end of the month following the earlier announcement of Disneyland in California closing Saturday all because of the corona virus in a statement is the same in abundance of caution and in the best interest of our guests and employees we are proceeding with the closure of our theme parks hotels will remain open until further notice Disney cruise lines will suspend all new departures beginning Saturday through the end of the month princes and Viking cruises suspending operations for two months Universal Studios also close in their theme parks and major airlines now scrambling under the new travel ban guidelines affecting parts of Europe landmarks like Broadway in New York Carnegie Hall the metropolitan museum of art all closing up shop to prevent the potential spread of the disease we're dealing with that absolutely now and for scene and something our level we have never seen in our lives New York City declaring a state of emergency after a spike in the number of cases now nearly one hundred just north in the suburb of new Rochelle the side of an outbreak the National Guard handing out meals to families in need across the country the corona virus has killed at least forty Americans most of the country affected forty six states have confirmed cases the government's leading expert on infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci offering this blunt assessment the system is not really geared to what we need right now what you are asking for that is a failing and failing yeah it is a failing there let's admit it I hear of anybody getting it easily the way people in other countries are doing it we're not set up for that on Capitol Hill members of both parties frustrated with the country slow testing ability.

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Trump met Brazilian official with coronavirus, but says 'not concerned'

Del Walmsley

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Trump met Brazilian official with coronavirus, but says 'not concerned'

"Caution in Washington and Florida after president trump interacted last weekend with the Brazilian official who's tested positive for the coronavirus the communications director for Brazilian president Bolsonaro has tested positive for the virus just days after visiting the Mar a Lago resort in Florida on Saturday he posted a photo of himself posing beside president trump the president brushed off the news let's put it this way I'm not concerned in a statement press secretary Stephanie Grisham says both the president and vice president had almost no interactions with the individual and do not require being tested at this

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Understanding 'church and state' in Brazil

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:55 min | 2 years ago

Understanding 'church and state' in Brazil

"Today's show. We'll look at a couple of places which is and politicians make pretty unabashed best use of each other and at one country where a critical mass of the population seems to have grown tired of the arrangement. We'll stop in Brazil who's new president. Cheyenne Shaya Bolsonaro. One power on campaign heavily geared towards the least generous impulses Brazil's traditional Catholic believers and it's increasingly influential and rather less tolerant evangelical converts joining me to discuss. This is Antonio San Pyo research associate for conflict security and development at the International Institute for Strategic Agents Studies. Antonio I'll start with the very basics generally right now how religious a country is Brazil. Well Brazil is a very religious country. People's religion is quite important for their dentists. Mostly although obviously in the big urban centers in the southeast where people are wealthier and more connected to coacher and things this tends to be a bit smaller but resists to a very large Catholic country. There are a lot of. Catholics is by far the majority the Evangelical Population Elation Brazil has experienced tremendous growth in recent decades and it is estimated now that there are about thirty percent of the population identifying themselves as if Angelico but this population is divided in several different nations different churches but these population tends to be extremely conservative -servative in social terms in terms of controversial social freedom issues like gay marriage abortion and other issues. We'll come back to the van Jellicoe presently because they are a relatively recent arrival certainly in the Brazilian political sphere at least to the extent they now operate if we look at the Catholic Church in particular which is as you point out historically the root of Brazilian faith. How politically active or influential? Have they been. The Catholic. Search has been relatively modest or discreet in terms of politics in never officially endorses. Any candidates TASR assumed for itself a role as an actor and a supporting pillar in the more impoverished communities in Brazil Brazil as a country with large areas that are extremely poor and marginalized It is very important in urban areas. Where the poor resort to religion as an escape scape from the realities from the marginalization that the broader society and the broader economy regard them with so it is an important factor in social terms but politically medically? It hasn't had a lot of influence in Brazilian politics at least in this current era of democracy since the mid nineteen eighties. So is it fair to say. Even the evangelical more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic Church. was they want to take more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely I believe and have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the Evangelical priests in their churches especially those of the biggest searching in Brazil such as the Universal Church of God the occasion of your cell to Hanes deals led by Juma do it you must see a do also owns a very large. TV Station in Brazil called record TV and he hasn't being extremely vocal but he has given even some public comments supporting able scenario the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now. The president of Brazil and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves themselves are quite discreet or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite supportive of what is currently the far right movement in Brazil the talk phone crime conservative in social terms so this is a very strong movement. Many Brazilian a majority of the evangelicals showed support for Djabel scenario by some poles seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted full. Oh Bolsheviks what's your sense of which way round the horse and the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Wgir Bolsonaro. Because because they think he's the guy always Bolsonaro going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's the guy so the interesting thing. Is that Djabel. Sano is N- aunt and oven jellicoe. He doesn't follow jellicoe religion his Catholic however his wife is of Jellicoe and he has demonstrated several policy positions nations and other philosophical points that are very aligned with evangelical concern so for instance the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Jerusalem. He stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that however it was a point that is widely supported by the fans Alecos because of their belief that the Jews should return to Jerusalem and rebuild their temple so at the second coming of Christ would come to believe that is very widespread evangelical community at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the pass on to some extent the president also stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that evangelical bellicose think is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. Sold these points. jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned. There are some voices in the oven. Jellico community that worry about the long term implications abused for the Evangelical Movement as a whole for its future because at the same time that there are very comfortable. Alliances of positions between both scenario and the evangelicals Bono also states some points that are quite violent excellent and points regarding public securities. Such as shooting took you criminal supporting torture off. Criminals suspected criminals and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily. Evangelical John Jellicoe so it's not a complete harmony of thoughts but so far the social conservatives mobile zone auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned. Wind is it a challenge for President Bolsonaro or any Brazilian politician to try to manage the The expectations the hopes and the energies of both the van Jellicoe and the Catholic Church. Are there points of difference between them at all. I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the political political support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazil's population. So the reason why this balance between jellicoe Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years. Is that the Evangelical Movement has been quite divided politically whereas the Catholic Church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved but in a very fragmented way so they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil country with around thirty parties represented in Congress and it is is very fragmented and there are evangelicals in many many parties. Do Workers Party that is now. The main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon Otto and his right wing wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the Evangelical so during Duma rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some policy proposals to provide sexual education gender education schools because of Evangelical Influence Tube. Resilient political fashion diva jellicoe movement. Woman has been quite versatile and adaptive in align itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and tried to block some of the moves against its philosophy and its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues abortion gay marriage sexual education schools and things like that so just as a final thought then if as does seem to be the case. Brazilian politics has become more conservative. At least if we think think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current President Dawda extent is that being driven by religious faith whether it is the more traditional oh Catholic faith or the the new genetic evangelical faith. I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservatism servicemen. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is being driven by evangelicals would just saw that the number of evangelical representing Congress rose by ten percent in the lower chamber of Congress in the October elections so their presence in politics has been increasing. It's just not something that is to the dominant can't power. Its shares power with some all the conservative sections so for instance in Brazil there is a faction of Congress that is called BBB so for stands for bullets bowls or cattle and Bible so the agribusiness influence is very strong as well and they also have a conservative view view. Those that support the more freedom to bear arms also tend to align themselves with the social conservatives of Jellicoe so these forces allied lied to themselves the form of important source off conservatives and to some extent swing shift in Brazilian politics Antonio some thank

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How Do Brazilians Feel About President Bolsonaro's First Year In Office?

Morning Edition

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

How Do Brazilians Feel About President Bolsonaro's First Year In Office?

"Scenario begins the new year at the helm of the nation like some much less than it did one year ago he entered office with popularity ratings nudging seventy five percent the latest poll shows him at a record low for any first year Brazilian president in nearly thirty years on the streets of this capital levels another road in with the cavalry he gets mixed reviews these days locust about ice wrap of this twenty three find schools not as government fights with local clients very one he can't wait for it to end but is some file the sales woman who was so happy a year ago isn't quite so happy now it will make it a

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Brazilian journalist and defender of the country's four right President Bolsonaro Greenwald Greenwald. WHO's reporting this year has exposed unethical and possibly criminal behavior bibles and has government repeatedly called journalists and Columnists Agusto Nunez a coward during a segment on Alvin Pan? News one of Brazil's largest right-wing radio on youtube outlets in a tweet ahead of his appearance Greenwald said he had many questions questions for new nats. who suggested in September that juvenile judge should investigate Greenwald and his husband Brazilian lawmaker David Miranda for neglecting their adopted children? Children Greenwald during the program said that what Nunez did was quote the ugliest and dirty thing I've ever seen in my career as a journalist wants to go out to former twitter employees have been charged with spying for Saudi Arabia in a case that the Washington posted quote raises concerns about the ability of Silicon Valley to protect the private information of dissidents and other users from repressive governments and quote the mind unleash reports a complaint sealed Wednesday in US District Court in San Francisco detailed a coordinated effort by Saudi officials to recruit employees at the social media giant Bryant to look up the private data of thousands of twitter accounts. The accounts included those of a popular journalist with more than one million followers and other prominent government. The critics the charges come one day after the arrest of one of the former twitter employees. US citizen who is alleged to have spied on the accounts of free users including one who's posed discuss the inner workings of the Saudi leadership on behalf of the government in Riyadh the second former employees. A Saudi citizen was accused of accessing..

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The Amazon rainforest have been on fire for several weeks and Brazil's right wing president Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday without evidence that the fires fires were started by non-governmental organizations the mind at least quotable scenario as saying quote. Maybe I am not affirming it these. Ngo Oh people are carrying out some criminal actions to draw attention against me against the government of Brazil and quote adding that quote the fires were lit in Strategic Dietrich places all the indications suggest a win there to film and start fires. That's what I feel and quote. Greenpeace Brazil shot back with its public policy coordinator Marciel stringy calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's gone viral. A Brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction. The fires brought which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching a practice. The BOLSONARO has actively encouraged the video was a shared by the US based sunrise movement which said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation. We Will Not Watch our future. Burn away high end quote with this company stock in freefall overstock DOT com. CEO Patrick Byrne resigned as CEO Thursday. I thanked him immediately. After he stunned doned investors by disclosing his entanglements with the deep state the mind unleash aboard the fifty-six-year-old burn who founded the company in one thousand nine hundred nine and took it public three years later. We'll be succeeded by director Jonathan Johnson who was with the company for Seventeen years and has recently served as president of overstocks blockchain business burns resignation resignation comes after conspiratorial comments from August twelfth where he confessed his role in the deep state burn released an initial statement last week where he discussed his involvement in the federal the government's investigation into the twenty sixteen election interference though he wasn't super specific he said he assisted investigations related to the Clintons and Russia support.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues the Amazon rainforest have have been on fire for several weeks and Brazil's right wing president Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organizations nations the mind at least quotable scenario is saying quote. Maybe I am not affirming it these. NGO people are carrying out some criminal actions to draw all attention against me against the government Brazil and quote adding that quote the fires were lit in strategic places all the indications suggest they they went there to film and start fires. That's what I feel and quote. Greenpeace Brazil shot back with public policy coordinator Marciel Strini calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's gone viral. A Brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction. The fires brought which he blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching a practice the Bolsonaro has actively encouraged the video was shared by the US based sunrise movement which which said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation. We Will Not Watch our future. Burn away and quote with this company stock in freefall overstock DOT com. CEO Patrick Byrne resigned as CEO Thursday effective immediately after he stunned investors astor's Bhai disclosing his entanglements with the deep state the mind unleash reports fifty-six-year-old burn who founded the company in one thousand nine thousand nine and took it public three years later will be succeeded by Director Jonathan Johnson who was with the company for Seventeen years and has recently served as president overstocks blockchain business burns resignation in comes after conspiratorial comments from his twelve where he confessed his role in the deep state burn released an initial statement last week where he discussed his involvement in the federal government's its investigation into the two thousand sixteen election interference though he wasn't super specific he said he assisted in investigations related to the Clintons and Russia. Ah Support.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues the Amazon rainforest has been on fire for several weeks and Brazil's right wing president Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organizations the mind at least quotes Bolsonaro as saying Dan quote. Maybe I am not affirming it. These NGO people are carrying out some criminal actions to draw attention against me against the government Brazil and quote adding that quote the fires were lit in strategic places. All the indications suggest a win there to film and start fires. That's what I feel and end quote Greenpeace Brazil shot back with its public policy coordinator Marciel astronomy calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's Gone Viral Abe Brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction the fires abroad which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching apraxia Iraq Bolsonaro has actively encouraged the video was shared by the US based sunrise movement which said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation we will not watch our future burn away and won't with this company stock in Freefall L. OVERSTOCK DOT COM. CEO Patrick Byrne resigned as CEO Thursday effective immediately after he stunned investors disclosing entanglements with the deep state the mind unleash reports at the fifty six year old burn who founded the company in one thousand nine hundred nine and took it public three years later will be succeeded by Director Jonathan Johnson who was with with the company for Seventeen years and has recently served as president of overstocks blockchain business burns resignation comes after conspiratorial comments from August twelve where he he confessed his role in the deep state burn released an initial statement last week where he discussed his involvement in the federal government's investigation into the two thousand sixteen election interference though he wasn't super specific he said he assisted investigations related to the Clintons and Russia support.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues the Amazon rainforest have been on fire for several weeks and Brazil's right wing president Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organizations and his agents the mind at least quotable scenario as saying quote. Maybe I am not affirming it. These NGO people are carrying out some criminal actions to draw attention against me against the government Brazil and quote adding that quote the fires were lit in strategic places all the indications suggest asked they went there to film and start fires. That's what I feel and quote. Greenpeace Brazil shot back with public policy coordinator Marciel astronomy any calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's gone viral. A Brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction the fires abroad which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching a practice the Bolsonaro has actively encouraged the video was shared by the US based sunrise movement which said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation. We Will Not Watch our future. Burn away and quote with this company stock in freefall overstock DOT com. CEO Patrick Byrne resigned as CEO Thursday effective immediately after he stunned end-investors by disclosing his entanglements with the deep state the mind unleash reports at the fifty-six-year-old burn who founded the company in one thousand nine hundred nine and took it public three years later order will be succeeded by Director Jonathan Johnson who was with the company for Seventeen years and has recently served as president of overstocks blockchain business burns resignation ignition comes after conspiratorial comments from August twelfth where he confessed his role in the deep state burn released an initial statement last week where he discussed his involvement in the federal government's Government's investigation into the twenty sixteen election interference though he wasn't super specific he said he assisted investigations related to the Clintons and Russia Shaw support.

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Jair Bolsonaro claims NGOs behind Amazon forest fire surge – but provides no evidence

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Jair Bolsonaro claims NGOs behind Amazon forest fire surge – but provides no evidence

"The amazon rainforest have been on fire for several weeks and brazil's right wing. President bolsonaro suggested wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organizations the mind at least quotable zero is saying quote. Maybe i am not affirming affirming it. These ngo people are carrying out some criminal actions to draw attention against me against the government brazil and quote adding that quote wrote the fires were lit in strategic places all the indications suggest they went there to film and start fires. That's what i feel and quote. Greenpeace brazil lil shot back with its public policy coordinator marciel strini calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's gone viral. A brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction. The fires brought which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching a practice. The bolsonaro has actively encouraged. The video was shared by the us-based sunrise movement which said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation we we will not watch our future. Burn away and quote

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Fired Up!

The Sustainable Futures Report

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Fired Up!

"But increasingly read comment while ago posted about the sustainable futures report. The correspondent was concerned that i was trying into politics. The truth is everything is political while we can all do something toward solving the climate crisis. It is only governments and politicians who can make the changes of the magnitude that will make a difference. We are talking about system change after all. I know that many of you listening thing to the sustainable futures report are not in the u._k. I think that even you would have noticed that you k- politics are in some turmoil at the moment in fact this has been going on for three years but it's finally approaching day new mall. I say finally but everything may well have changed by the time you hear this anyway. They situation is the new prime minister has sought and received the authority of the queen to prorogue or suspend parliament of course she couldn't refuse but that's another story. The point at issue is that this would allow the prime minister to govern without parliament and allow how him to complete brexit the u._k.'s departure from the e._u. As he chooses i happen to believe that leaving the ear would be a disaster. Komo concerned if this prime minister can sideline parliament than any prime minister can do it on any issue. That's the reason i spent tuesday in london with your for europe and the yorker remain voice clap. I hope you saw us and hurt us on the evening news on bbc you see i tv and channel. Brexit is a sideshow by comparison with the climate crisis while breaks. It dominates u._k. Politics antics little of significance will be done on climate change all on many other issues that we've been neglecting over the last three years worrying agreeing also is the fact that many permanent brexit tears pacifica's climate deniers if i'm being political in opposing them and so be it in the climate crisis news this week the amazon fires why they're not the only fires why they he may not be as bad as you think a why they may be much more serious in ways you don't expect the future of the consumer society professor ian boyd retiring chief scientific advisor defa has set out his thoughts which looked very much like system change to me and the flying prince. I'll all common offsets making his travel common neutral the fun as in the amazon have been making big news news over the last couple of weeks that destroying the rainforest sante threatening an area which produces twenty percent of the world's oxygen on the amazon amazon rainforest is the lungs of the earth. Isn't it well. Yes no i strongly recommend that you listen to more or less a statistics sticks programme on bbc radio four which is available online and has carried out a detailed analysis of the situation they spoke to daniel net stunt of the earth innovation institute who explained that the fire houses have been identified by satellites are not burning rainforest generally the rainforest doesn't burn because it's so damp and humid what can happen is that low level fis can burn the leaf litter on the forest i flow and this can scorch the trunks of the trees and callum off these files are not visible from space and their effects are only evident once the trees have died off which may take a euro reversed point then is that the fires may be more extensive than we know at present. The fires that we can see from space are carrying on land which is being cleared. It's common practice for farmers to burn off weeds. Where land has been recently cleared. The trees are left to dry out and then abundant. One of the major consequences of these files is smoke soot in the atmosphere leading millions of people to seek treatment for respiratory diseases smoke from the falls code sao paulo which is mulling one thousand miles away from the amazon to be plunged into an apocalyptic darkness in the nineteenth of august the new president of brazil k. A. bowl sonata has taken a very hard line on the amazon weakening the brazilian environment ministry and turning a blind eye to illegal logging and deforestation he the amazon as a resource to be exploited by minus farmers and loggers as reported recently when the brazilian satellite satellite monitoring agency revealed significant increases in the rate of deforestation. The president denied that it was true on the director of the agency was dismissed. Does the amazon produce twenty percent of the world oxygen. It depends how you calculate but according to daniel napster it consumes a lot as as well and the net effect is more or less neutral. He sees the most important function of the forest as cooling effect as every every drop of water transpired by the trees evaporates. It cools the atmosphere you the effect of this across the whole forest is enough to have an effect on the climate of the whole world. Let's not forget the consequences of the fires and the deforestation policies for the indigenous peoples of the amazon amazon basin. They see the homes that food sources their way of life destroyed tribes that have been wolf generations a coming together against a common enemy enemy. Surely the global community should take that pont in our own interest as well as this president bolsonaro initially initially suggested the ngos had deliberately set the forest on fire in order to embarrass the government rejected the twenty two million dollars that politicians titians attending the reason g seven summit in biarritz pledged to help fight the fis. Can the world afford to stand by and let this destruction attraction continue. It's claimed that attention to the amazon leads the world over the fact that there are far more fis in africa but it's not the same thing writing in courts africa kolin bill senior lecturer in ecology university of york says fire is an essential part of the savannah savannah. The first to know is that the impact of a wildfire depends more on wet and what it is burning than how big it is or indeed how many fines there are the vast majority of the african fires currently earning seemed to be in grasslands and exactly the places we expect to see fires of this time of these files are usually by cattle famous as part of their traditional management of the savannahs where the animals graze some files are started to to stimulate new growth of nutritious cross for their animals others are used to control the numbers of parasitic takes own manage the growth of thorny we scrub without fuzz many savannahs and the animals they support wouldn't exist and lighting them as a key management activity in many any of the iconic protected areas of africa for instance. The sarah getty in tanzania is known worldwide for safari animals and all inspiring hiring builder beasts migration and i'll work shows that around half of its grasslands each year most foss both in the amazon was an ad in africa therefore deliberately started by humans as part of land-management b._b._c. news reports wildfires ravaging parts of the anti with areas of siberia alaska greenland and canada engulfed in flames and smoke satellite images

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Jair Bolsonaro claims NGOs behind Amazon forest fire surge

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Jair Bolsonaro claims NGOs behind Amazon forest fire surge

"Amazon rainforest forest have been on fire for several weeks and brazil's right wing president bolsonaro suggested wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organaisations the mind at least quotes bolsonaro as saying quote. Maybe i am not affirming it these n._g._o. People are carrying out some criminal actions actions to draw attention against me against the government of brazil and quote adding that quote the fires were lit in strategic places. All the indications suggest a winter to film and start fires. That's what i feel and quote. Greenpeace brazil shot back with its public policy coordinator marciel astronomy calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's gone viral. A brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction. The fires brought which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching a practice. The bolsonaro has actively encouraged. The video was shared by the u._s. Based sunrise movement. You bet which said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation. We will not watch our future. Burn

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Brazil president says NGOs could be setting Amazon fires

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Brazil president says NGOs could be setting Amazon fires

"Amazon rainforest have been on fire for several weeks and brazil's right wing president bolsonaro suggested wednesday wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organizations the mind at least quotable scenario is saying quote. Maybe i i am not affirming it these n._g._o. People are carrying out some criminal actions to draw attention against me against the government brazil and quote adding that quote. The fires were lit in strategic places. All the indications suggest a went there to film and start fires. That's what i feel and quote. Greenpeace as brazil shot back with public policy coordinator marciel strini calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's gone viral will a brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction. The fires brought which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching a practice. The bolsonaro has actively ably encouraged. The video was shared by the u._s. Based sunrise movement which said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation. We will not watch our future. Burn away

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 Brazilian indigenous speak out as Amazon fires rage

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Brazilian indigenous speak out as Amazon fires rage

"Amazon rainforest have been on fire for several weeks and brazil's right wing. President bolsonaro suggested wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organizations. It's the least quotable scenario as saying quote. Maybe i am not affirming it. These ngo people are carrying out some criminal actions to draw attention attention against me against the government brazil and quote adding that quote. The fires were lit in strategic places. All the indications suggest a went therre to film and start fires. That's what i feel and quote. Greenpeace brazil shot back with public policy coordinator marciel strini calling calling the president's statement sick and pitiful in a video. That's gone viral. A brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction. The fires brought which which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching a practice. The bolsonaro has actively encouraged. The video was shared by the u._s. Based sunrise movement which said said in a tweet quote we cannot tolerate political agendas of deforestation. We will not watch our future. Burn away

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 Brazil's Bolsonaro causes global outrage over Amazon fires

Here & Now

03:08 min | 2 years ago

Brazil's Bolsonaro causes global outrage over Amazon fires

"Alan addition to the money raised at the g seven to battle the amazon fires brazil's president bolsonaro has authorized military operations but that hasn't stopped international national outrage over brazil's slow response now the fires were largely purposely set by farmers to clear land but they've been fanned by the hot climate french president macron krone has blamed bolsonaro accusing him of lying about his commitments to fighting climate change. The brazilian president hit back with a facebook post. Insulting macron's wife macron then threatened to block a european trade deal with brazil and other south american countries over the fires c._n._n. Senior international correspondent nick payton walsh else has seen the devastation first hand. He's been flying through the smoke. In a cessna understand. Most startling is how much this meant mint jungle people have managed to destroy in so short time they had held fis they lit and that happened naturally naturally in the dry heat but usually peak later in the year off forest sparty. This is almost a cemetery because all you can see that nick. Paton walsh is back. He joins us from the city of porta vado in the brazilian amazon. Nick further described that smoke. It's difficult to actually because is coming. It's almost like a house fire to some degree you kind of feel that intensity when you fly through it's in their amounts went the visibility was so bad we had to get the plane higher up fifteen hundred hundred feet and even that didn't get you out of his and so there's moments when you're not quite sure which direction you fly in whether or not you'll ever get to clear sky again. It's amazing to look down because the premise this of this deforestation is life than to be growing things that meant to be trying to put cattle on the land to farm things but the process and i think about it just destroys anything approaching life there tool so yeah i saw one bird in the entire time flying was supposed to be a natural paradise. There's a little bewildered looking cattle down there. Feeding cattle <hes> feeding them soy going on the land graze on the land to produce beef is a major part of why this deforestation is happening so the devastation is absolutely breathtaking. Frankly frankly. I didn't see a single person down that haunt imagine how people could live in that kind of mike. We didn't see any of the forty-three thousand brazilian soldiers the disposed to be on their way to try and combat about this. You can't underestimate the insurmountable ability of this task massive ahead of them. Frankly you know locking trying to get a handle rule that the next question is it too late. <hes> you know we talk about the amazon being the planet's lungs and obviously those lungs are gasping thing. Is it too late to reverse that. It's not too late. No no doom says should stand here and say we already passed the point of no return and what we're seeing now is a is an abnormally bad here fire size duekoue. <hes> sometimes at math made sometimes part of the dry season. That's cute about how much which which riches <unk> but it's extremely serious it can't be denied you fly allows <unk> which are not on fire so you know the

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues the amazon rainforest have been on fire for several weeks and brazil's right wing. President bolsonaro suggested wednesday without evidence that the fires were started by non-governmental organizations the mind at least quotable quotable scenario as saying quote. Maybe i am not affirming it. These ngo people are carrying out some criminal actions to draw attention against me against the government a brazil and quote adding that quote. The fires were lit in strategic places. All the indications suggest a winter to film and start fires. That's that's what i feel and quote. Greenpeace brazil shot back with its public policy coordinator marciel stringy calling the president's statement sick pitiful in a video. That's gone viral. A brazilian woman expressed anguish as she pointed to the destruction. The fires brought which she blamed on deforestation for cattle ranching inching a practice. The bolsonaro has actively encouraged. The video was shared by the u._s. Based sunrise movement which said in a tweet quote we cannot do not tolerate political agendas of deforestation. We will not watch our future. Burn away and quote with this company. Mini stock in freefall overstock dot com c. e. o. patrick byrne resigned to c._e._o. Thursday effective immediately after he stunned investors by disclosing his entanglements with the deep taint the mind unleash reports the fifty-six-year-old burn who founded the company in nineteen ninety nine and took it public three years later will be succeeded by director jonathan johnson johnson who was with the company for seventeen years and has recently served as president of overstocks blockchain business burns ignition comes after conspiratorial comments from august twelfth wealth where he confessed his role in the deep state burn released an initial statement last week where he discussed his involvement in federal government's investigation into the two thousand sixteen election interference though he wasn't super specific he said he assisted investigations related to the clintons

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:35 min | 3 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you very much. Thank you. Today. I'm very thrilled to welcome. President Bolsonaro Brazil for his first visit to the White House, President Bolsonaro. I want to congratulate you again on your tremendous election victory last October was an incredible feat. And really, it's truly incredible. Challenge. And the end result was. Something the whole world was talking about. I also know that we're going to have a fantastic working relationship. We have many of us that are similar, and we certainly feel very very true. Shooting each other on trade. I think Brazil's relationship with the United States because of our friendship is probably better than it's ever been by far. I also want to congratulate you on your recovery from a truly horrible ordeal. Was an incredible recovery. And. The people of your country. Now with great bravery. You've shown tremendous bravery. For two centuries. The American and Brazilian people have been United by shared values, including an enduring love of faith and family and country. The United States was the first nation to recognize Brazil's independence in eighteen twenty two. And in the second World War. Brazil was the only South American country to contribute troops to the allied war effort today, the United States and Brazil are the two largest democracies and economies in the western hemisphere. We're in close agreement on the incredible opportunities and continuing challenges facing our region, and we have a truly historic chance to forge even stronger ties between our two great nations this afternoon, the president, and I discussed many of our mutual priorities including Venezuela. Brazil has been an extraordinary leader in supporting the Venezuelan people's efforts to reclaim their liberty and their democracy. Brazil has helped so much along with the United States. Brazil was one of the first nations to recognize Venezuela's legitimate. Interim president Juan Guido I also want to express our profound gratitude to president ball scenario and all the Brazilian people for their efforts to provide your manage -tarian aid. We also thank you for allowing the United States to sation extensive assistance and massive aid on the Brazilian border. The Brazilian people have been incredible together we could. And and have been really very happy to feed thousands and thousands of starving. Venezuela. The Venezuelan people have appreciated it. And if the Madero forces would step aside, it could be a truly great and successful humanitarian project, we call on members of the Venezuelan military to end their support for Madero who is really nothing more than a Cuban puppet. And finally set their people free the United States in Brazil LaRosa United in support of the long-suffering people of Cuba, and Nicaragua the twilight our of socialism. Has arrived in our hemisphere. And hopefully, by the way. It's also arrived that twilight our great country. Which is doing better than it's ever done economically. The last thing we want to the United States is socialism. So president Bolsonaro I will. Tell you that we'll be consulting and talking a lot. We'll be working on all of our both problems and assets. And we're making tremendous strides. We had a great meeting today as I told president Boston are I also intend to designate Brazil as a major non NATO ally, or even possibly if you start thinking about it, maybe a NATO ally have to talk to a lot of people, but maybe a NATO ally, which will greatly advanced security and cooperation between our countries. Our nations are already working together to protect our people from terrorism transnational crime and drugs and weapon trafficking, also human in which has really become something that's come to the forefront of crime horrible, horrible situation. We look forward to an even deeper partnership and working together. In our meetings. We also discussed the strong economic ties between our nations grounded in the principles of fairness and reciprocity. My favorite word reciprocity, president Bolsonaro, and I are both committed to reducing trade barriers facilitating investment and supporting innovation across a range of industries, particularly energy infrastructure, agriculture and technology. The president's vision for freeing, the private sector and opening the economy is the right way for Brazil to achieve strong economic growth in our great companies are ready to go when that table is flat and free to improve our business relationships. We have revived the US Brazil CEO forum, and we have started a new US Brazil Energy Forum. We welcome Brazil's aspirations to join organization for economic cooperation development laudable goal in one that will make Brazil's status as a developing and developed country. We also hope that all of us will be able to work together all nations, I'm also pleased to announce that after twenty years of talks we are finalizing a technology safeguards agreement to allow US companies to conduct space, launches from Brazil. It's actually an incredible location. When you study it, and when you see it we won't go into it now. But. Because of the location tremendous amounts of money would be saved. Put it very simply the flights are elect shorter Brazil's proximity to the equator makes it an idea launch location. My administration is committed to reviving America's proud legacy in space. We're looking very strongly as you know, and working together with everybody on space force, and we are grateful for Brazil's partnership. Mr President, thank you again for the honor of your visit today, a strong and thriving friendship between the United States and Brazil is essential to a future of security and prosperity for all of our citizens. It's been a wonderful time. Getting to know you you're doing a fantastic job. You brought the country together. And I look forward to working with you and a very close relationship for many years to come. Thank you. Thank you very much, Mr President. Thank you very much. This is a real she's spread radio programming from Tuesday. WC SPF from Washington. You're bullet. President of the United States. Ministers. Members of the. Delegation's. Joining us today, both from Brazil and from the US, ladies and gentlemen, media professionals. Other guests. Thank you, very much, President Trump for your warm hospitality. It is an honor. I lateral trip ever since I was elected president Brazil. I would like to use the opportunity, by the way to invite you to reciprocate this. Visit because you will indeed very welcome. People with lush, we do share a great deal and Comey. Do. I have always admires. The United States of America. Oh my God. Has increased after you took office the presidency this meeting of ours today restored. An old traditional partnership. A new chapter of cooperation with the United. As much as debate. You have visited off flinches again. Promote.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"County is home to more than one hundred fifty three thousand veterans that's one of the largest veterans populations in the country in about one in three are over the age of sixty five a President Trump spoke alongside Brazil's president today at the White House as both are keeping attention on the crisis in Venezuela during a joint press conference with Brazil's new far-right leader, President Trump said he and president Bolsonaro discussed a wide range of issues during their first sit down including resolving the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela at some point. I would imagine things will change, but we really haven't done the really tough sanctions yet. We can do the tough sanctions and all options are open. So we may be doing that. President Trump has not ruled out using force to remove Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro from power. Our report says prosecutors in Florida, we'll drop the prostitution charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft under some unusual conditions at the Wall Street Journal says process. Dismiss this illicit fashion charges against craft and the other men charged if the admit they would have been proven guilty at trial. In addition, the men went after take a screening for sexually transmitted diseases complete an educational course on prostitution perform one thousand hours of community service and pay for some court cost graft has an arraignment coming up next week. I'll keep your eyes to the sky all stay today released its list of the Texas counties. Most hit by severe weather in the past ten years. Eric county rate number seventeen in the state, that's based on total wind lightning and hail related property damage claims bear Kelly's claim to fame is the massive hailstorm of April two.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"She found out her her biological mother was a child killer. She merged tried to murder three children. I don't want to know that an open that box. When we come back. Hey, really talk more about that news conference took place today. Surprising in that. It was very short. President Trump was hosting Brazil's. President Bolsonaro guy who's been called the Trump of the tropics. We'll talk about all of that. When we get into swamp. Watch next on Gary also who's ready for some Beto news that doesn't involve a butts shine stopped with the bunch Marcus raising your hand, I did not this time. All right, Monica. What's going on? The LA county department of public health has issued a cold weather for the is mountain areas. Wind chill temperatures. There are expected to drop below thirty two degrees starting tomorrow through Friday lake Elsinore has cancelled the closure of Walker canyon. So poppy palooza is back on Skype. Brought a church youth group out for flower fellowship testifies to the majesty of God. So you can't find that in a few. Right. So here we are this guy climbed to a peak above the poppies catching the sunlight like votive candles offering millions of prayers we follow make Lenin the best ever daily little homily. It's about being holy. We decided this'll be our holy moment. Holy woman here in the in the poppies. Amen, brother. Thousands continue to make the pilgrimage to Walker canyon weather for spiritual enlightenment or the perfect selfie in lake Elsinore. Chris ancarlo KFI news the city, by the way, says it reopened Walker Kenyan because he didn't have the resources to enforce a closure, but it might close the canyon again. The news brought to you by solar max Facebook has settled five lawsuits alleging its ads systems allowed for discrimination in housing credit and employment. The company says it will overhaul its ads targeting to prevent discrimination based on race gender, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation and other legally protected categories in the US, the social media giant will also pay five million dollars to cover legal fees and other costs lift is driving towards its IPO. The company says it's going to offer more than thirty million shares that are expected to sell for between sixty two and sixty eight dollars each that would raise more than two billion dollars for the ride hailing company which could eventually be valued between twenty and twenty five billion dollars lift released financials for the first time this month reporting just over two billion dollars in revenue but about nine hundred mil in losses lift exacts warn, the company could struggle to turn a profit. Erin bender KFI news. A publicist for Jerry Lee. Lewis says the rockabilly icon has survived a stroke Lewis spent two weeks in the hospital and recently transferred to a rehab center is cancelling three performances. Lewis is eighty three.

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"president bolsonaro" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"president bolsonaro" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"President Juan Guido. I also want to express profound gratitude. To president Bolsonaro and all the Brazilian people for their efforts to provide humanitarian aid. We also thank you for allowing the United States to station extensive assistance and massive aid on the Brazilian border. The Brazilian people have been incredible together we could. And and have been really very happy to feed thousands and thousands of starving. Venezuela. The Venezuelan people have appreciated it. And if the Madero forces would step aside, it could be a truly great and successful humanitarian project, we call on members of the Venezuelan military to end their support for Madero who is really nothing more than a Cuban puppet. And finally set their people free the United States in Brazil LaRosa United in support of the long-suffering people of Cuba, and Nicaragua the twilight our of socialism has arrived in our hemisphere, and hopefully, by the way. It's also arrived that twilight our in our great country. Which is doing better than it's ever done economically. The last thing we wanted. The United States is socialism. So president Bolsonaro I will. Tell you that we'll be consulting and talking a lot. We'll be working on all of our both problems and assets. And we're making tremendous strides. We had a great meeting today as I told president Boston are I also intend to designate Brazil as a major non NATO ally, or even possibly if you start thinking about it, maybe a NATO ally have to talk to a lot of people, but maybe a NATO ally. Which will greatly advanced security and cooperation between our countries. Our nations are already working together to protect our people from terrorism Trez trans-national crime and drugs and weapon trafficking, also human trafficking, which is really become something that's come to the forefront of crime horrible, horrible situation. We look forward to an even deeper partnership and working together. In our meetings. We also discussed the strong economic ties between our nations grounded in the principles of fairness and reciprocity. My favorite word reciprocity, president Bolsonaro, and I are both committed to reducing trade barriers facilitating investment and supporting innovation across a range of industries, particularly energy infrastructure, agriculture and technology, the president's vision for freeing, the private sector and opening the economy. Is the right way for Brazil to achieve strong economic growth in our great companies are ready to go when that table is flat and free. To improve our business relationships. We have revived the US Brazil CEO forum. And we have started a new US Brazil Energy Forum. We welcome Brazil's aspirations to join organization for economic cooperation development a laudable goal in one that will make Brazil's status as a developing and developed country. We also hope that all of us will be able to work together all nations, I'm also pleased to announce that after twenty years of talks, we're finalizing a technology safeguards agreement to allow US companies to conduct space, launches from Brazil. It's actually an incredible location. When you study it, and when you see it we won't go into it now, but because of the location tremendous amounts of money would be saved..

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