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Fresh update on "prime minister" discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:40 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "prime minister" discussed on BBC World Service

"The second day running. The figures have doubled in 10 days from them by yoga to limo. Hey reports further lockdown measures have been imposed in Mumbai and the western state of Maharashtra. Only essential services are open. People have been asked not to go outdoors except to buy food or medicines. Well, this region is the worst affected in the country. Surges are being seen in many parts of India, the capital, Delhi recorded its highest ever rise in cases on wetness D. They're too new restrictions have been announced, including the curfew over weekends. But the religious festival of Camilla, where hundreds of thousands have gathered has been allowed to continue. Top leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, have conducted mass political rallies over the past few days. Germany's Health minister Young Spahn has those regional leaders not to wait for impending legislation before imposing coronavirus restrictions, which he says are needed now. He told a news conference that he was clear from previous waves of infections want any delay would mean That's helpful seal and this happened to me is still in Dubai, last time discussing the main go in this pandemic is to avoid overloading the health system. That has been the priority for over 12 months, and it has been successful to this day. What we don't do right now we will pay for in two or three weeks. Just like right now we're paying for what was not decided two or three weeks ago. None of these new insights we know from the autumn what happens if we don't act quickly enough? There's resistance in the German parliament to a bill that would make regional long towns and curfews compulsory above a certain level of infection. The U. S delegation visiting Taiwan has told the island's president that Washington will help you break free from diplomatic isolation, the comments or a shorter anger China, which considers Taiwan point of his own territory, and precious other countries, not to have diplomatic ties with the island. Soon. You see reports from Taipei Visit, while billed as unofficial is seen as a signal from President Biden off his support for Taiwan. His chief envoy, former Senator Christopher Dodd, told presidents high that Mr Biden will be a reliable and trusted friend and will strengthen the two sides relationship. Aging sees this as an alarming continuation of the increasing closeness between Taipei in Washington that began under President Trump and a change in the decades long US way of handling the potentially explosive issue off Taiwan. The United States is preparing to announce sweeping sanctions against Russia, accusing it of meddling in U. S elections. The measures are expected to include sanctions against several Russian entities. World News from the BBC. The second round of talks aimed at salvaging the international nuclear deal with Iran, a due to resume in Vienna. Delegates describe the first meetings last week is constructive. Since then, Iran has announced it will further increase its uranium enrichment, said the move was in response to a sabot sabotage attack on a nuclear plant in the turns. Which have blamed on Israel. The Saudi military says it is intercepted missiles and drones that were aimed at the southern city of Jizz arm were falling. DeVries found two small far on a university campus. The attack was launched by Houthi rebels in neighboring Yemen. They said. They've been targeting an oil facility. The rebels frequently far missiles across the border. Poland's Constitutional court has cleared the way for the conservative government to remove one of its staunchest critics, the human rights ombudsman Adam But now the court ruled that it was unconstitutional for Mr Bhatnagar to remain in his post after his term ended last September. Adam Easton reports from Warsaw. Poland's parliament has been unable to agree a replacement for Mr Bargainer for more than six months. The governing party MPs argued the deadlock meant Mr Bhatnagar could stay on until he retired unless the court ruled that would be unconstitutional. The panel of judges, including a former governing party MP who has been publicly critical of the ombudsman agreed. Opposition say the government has used a politically captured court to get rid of a respected human rights lawyer. They say it's part of the government's ongoing assault on independent institutions. The Somali government says it stands by the decision to extend the term of the president and has criticized the international community for opposing the move. The Foreign Affairs Ministry said it was dismayed by statements from some international partners. The president's first term expired in February. Baby, say Nieves. He's a biological diagnostics show male and female genitalia. Yeah. You know, I have all these, You know, for.

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Canada Has More New COVID Cases per Capita Than U.S.

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:51 min | 8 hrs ago

Canada Has More New COVID Cases per Capita Than U.S.

"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to

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Fresh update on "prime minister" discussed on BBC Newsday

BBC Newsday

00:51 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "prime minister" discussed on BBC Newsday

"We're live in freedom. That's why Israeli army is playing people to act as partners for injured so just that's all coming up after the very latest world News Baby saying is where Jerry Smith the United States is preparing to announce sweeping sanctions against Russia for alleged misconduct in particular what Washington says are its efforts to disrupt the U. S election. Majors are expected to include sanctions against several Russian entities on the expulsion of officials. Taiwan's president, sighing. One has told a visiting delegation of former senior U. S. Officials, the China's military activities were threatening regional stability. The visit comes as China moves to reassert his claim over the self rule territory with regular flyovers by fighter jets and bombers. More than 100. British members of Parliament have written to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, urging him to impose sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for the crackdown on pro democracy campaign is in Hong Kong. BBC Diplomatic correspondent says that the British government has yet to impose a single sanction on any Chinese government official responsible despite its loud criticism. India has registered a record number of new coronavirus cases of over 200,000 in the last 24 hours. India is officially the second worst event it country by the pandemic with 14 million cases. The second round of talks to save the 2015 Iran nuclear deal will resume in Vienna today. President Trump pulled out of the agreement in 2018, the European Union is mediating between Tehran and Washington. Woman's Constitutional court is due to give its verdict today on a motion to remove the human rights ombudsman from office. Critics are calling the move an attack on one of Poland's few remaining independent state institutions. Then the daughter owners of a shape who's 15 crew members were kidnapped off the coast of Ben in last month say they have been freed. Baby seeing news. Thank you for that news. Hello. Welcome to new Stay here on the BBC World Service with Baller Andhra, whole coming up magic mushrooms and depression. The doctor strike in Sierra Leone Israeli army engaging in sexual healing for some of its soldiers on the hunt for Darius that you ask you years well, he's the world's largest rabbit rabbit even and he was kidnapped earlier. This week. We'll find out what's been happening. All that in the sports news coming away in the next half an hour your unused Now put the key ingredient in magic mushrooms and the psychedelic affect this produces when consumed how people suffer from depression. Well, scientists believe the active ingredient psilocybin, along with other forms of therapy could be the key to beating this serious mental health condition. And it follows the publication of the results of a clinical trial here in the U. K. Well, it's beaten out to David not to the UK government. Former chief drug advisor on this professor of new Oh psycho pharmacology at Imperial College, London where the study took took place. Thank you very much for joining us Professor question because I understand that this is something that you've been working on from. For quite a few years and even as far back as 2012, didn't you say that they're certain regulations that should be easy to allow this special? Drug in magic mushrooms be used for depression. So so it's nothing new. Well, that zit is new. What is new? Is that We have gone from doing back in 2012, which was ah brain imaging study that showed for the first time How psychedelic drugs work that led us to do unopened trial in people with resistant depression, which was very, very positive. And now another five years on, we've managed to do what's called a randomized controlled trial where we have compared Two doses. Just two doses of psilocybin three weeks apart with the gold standard Anti depressant SSR. I called s Itala Prom. On de so this is the very first time the mushrooms of being tested head to head in a blinded fashion against the gold standard treatment. It's almost like a competition between the two to see which one is effective or more effective. But tell us first of all, so if you didn't tell us for listeners who don't know what magic mushrooms Um and what it is in magic mushrooms that can cause they could be used. So what? Magic mushrooms are hold syriza of mushroom species. It found all around the world, and they all contain a substance called psilocybin and psilocybin mimics the natural nearer transmitter serotonin. But it does it in a very particular way on a particular subtype of serotonin receptors. When it stimulates those receptors, it produces the psychedelic experience a trip But that trip can reset the brain and it can help people reset out of this condition like depression, where they get locked in tow. The thinking process is they don't want to be locked into and it can help them. Basically, get out of that thinking on bond more normally. Couldn't be also dangerous if people if it if not to use the administered in the right way, I ask because we're talking about a class that he drugged. Aren't we on many people May say, But hold on a minute. I've seen well, There's some people who say I've seen somebody tripped on magic mushrooms before and seeing the effect isn't pleasant at all. They're completely off their heads. So why should this be used in In in official drugs to treat depression. Well, there's many ways I could answer that question. Let's start with these pragmatic one. We don't We have two therapists present all the time with the person so their trip is very, very contained, and essentially, they're protected. It happens in hospitals. So the risks of about Tripp leading to some Consequences of very, very slight on debts be, you know, be aware that many Powerful medicines are controlled drugs being a medicine and, you know, being a controlled drug doesn't mean you can't be a medicine. In fact, it's ridiculous to think that if that were the case, then you we wouldn't have morphine for surgery because that's a controlled drug. So that's the first thing to say. The second thing is that one of the reasons we worked with psilocybin in the first instance Was because so many people in Britain have used over a million young people were using the mushrooms every year that even the regulators said our world is relatively safe because there's so few recorded incidents of harm's from the mushroom. So so we know we know these drugs say they've been used in other cultures, Latin America for millennia with no harm. So you know these are some of the safest drugs around and the reason they're illegal. It's nothing to do with their harms their illegal because 1967 the United States decided that another psychedelic LSD was interfering with the war in Vietnam, and they feeling the war protest, So these drugs have banned for political, not health reasons. Professor David Nutt. Fascinating talking to you..

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St. Vincent Volcano Eruptions Continue

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:31 sec | 23 hrs ago

St. Vincent Volcano Eruptions Continue

"There are no reports of injuries or death after another volcanic eruption on the tiny Caribbean island of ST Vincent's. The latest in a Syriza of explosions happen Tuesday morning, scattering Morash around the island and even to the island nation, Barbados more than 100 miles away. Thousands near the volcano evacuated ahead of the first eruption on Friday, but the explosions have caused water and power issues. For those who stayed put. The prime minister of ST Vincent and the Grenadines has been thanking other nations for providing supplies and other

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Fresh update on "prime minister" discussed on NEWS 88.7 Programming

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:58 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "prime minister" discussed on NEWS 88.7 Programming

"Caliber. The Taliban before on the Taliban now are the same. But there will be changes in personnel. Of course, some people are harsher on some people are common. Denmark decided to stop using the AstraZeneca vaccine over the suspected link with rare blood clots yesterday. Today is no way deciding how to receive We'll go live to Oslo. And we'll hear how Indian jumping aunt deliberately shrink their brains all that after the latest World News Hello. I'm moral. Alderson with the BBC NEWS The United States is preparing to announce sweeping sanctions against Russia for alleged misconduct in particular what Washington says were its efforts to disrupt the U. S election. LeBeau DeCecco reports. President Biden had warned that Russia would pay a price for interfering in the U. S presidential election if it was confirmed. Now the U. S. Is expected to sanction several Russian entities and expel a number of officials in retaliation for just that. The sanctions are also a response to other issues such as Moscow's involvement in Crimea. At a cyber attack on the U. S technology firms solar winds, which has been described as the largest and most sophisticated the world has ever seen. Abidin Administration's approach to Moscow stands in sharp contrast to that of his predecessor, Donald Trump. In his first foreign policy speeches, President Mr Biden said that the days of the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggressive actions were over. Taiwan's president signed when what Cy Young one has told a visiting delegation of former senior U. S. Officials that China's military activities are threatening regional stability. The delegation includes two former deputy secretaries of state and former Senator Chris Dodd, Cindy Su reports from Taipei. The visit while billed as unofficial, is seen as a signal from President Biden off his support for Taiwan. His chief envoy, former Senator Christopher Dodd, told presidents high that Mr Biden will be a reliable and trusted friend. And will strengthen the two sides relationship. Beijing sees this as an alarming continuation of the increasing closeness between Taipei in Washington that began under President Trump. And it changed in the decades long US way of handling the potentially explosive issue off Taiwan. More than 100. British members of Parliament have written to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, urging him to impose sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for the crackdown on pro democracy campaigners. In Hong Kong. The cross party group of politicians are recommending travel bands and asset freezes. India's registered a record number of new coronavirus cases of over 200,000 in the last 24 hours. The Health Ministry says the number of covert related deaths was just over 1000 for the second day in a row. Migrant workers have again been leaving Maharashtra where strict measures have come into force. This man said he had no choice but to return home. It's the common man who suffers the most. I have no ration card or any other local documents. Only those who are locals will get some rations like groceries. Outsiders don't get anything at all. How will migrant workers at least feed themselves? That's why they are leaving for the villages. This is more your older son with the latest world News from the BBC. Dodge. Owners of a ship whose 15 crew members were kidnapped off the coast of Ben in last month says they've been freed to Polly Tankers said the crew of its chemical tanker DVB was safe and could return to their families in eastern Europe and the Philippines. Vessel had bean on route to Legos from Latvia. Democratic Party Lawmakers in the U. S. Have moved to try to use their slim congressional majority to push through a range of initiatives. Over the next few days. They've approved a vote in the House of Representatives on whether to turn Washington D. C, a liberal stronghold. Into America's 51st. State. Democrats will also call on Thursday for new legislation to expand the Supreme Court from 9 to 13 judges to counter its current conservative majority. Eighties. New prime minister closures F has been sworn in promising to take urgent measures to tackle in security in the country. His predecessor was sacked by President John L'm Luis on Wednesday during a ceremony at the presidential palace. Mr Joseph thank the United States for stopping.

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Spain Keeps Immunization Goal Despite Johnson and Johnson Delay

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Spain Keeps Immunization Goal Despite Johnson and Johnson Delay

"Spain's prime minister says that his government is maintaining its goal of immunizing seventy percent of the nation's adult population over the summer season federal Sanchez says he's able to vaccinate fifty three million people by the end of the summer is still on track despite the delay in the European rollout of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Spain was expecting to receive three hundred thousand doses by midweek the first delivery of the job produced by J. and J. the country wants to prioritize people aged between seventy and seventy nine to receive a single dose vaccine Sanches says but Spain is still planning to receive in a cold some thirty eighty million doses from the full vaccine providers it has deals with I'm Charles the last month

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The Race to Succeed Germany’s Angela Merkel Just Got Exciting

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:26 min | 1 d ago

The Race to Succeed Germany’s Angela Merkel Just Got Exciting

"The partnership of germany's christian democrats and its bavarian sister group. The hugh has long been considered one of the most stable imposible politics and for the best part of twenty years. Angela merkel has brought to. This has strong and steady leadership both as chairwoman of the cd you and as chancellor of germany but the race to replace this autumn threatens to uprootal this as the two parties have endorsed rival candidates for chancellor the cd you has backed almond lash. The party's leader. The issue is throwing its weight behind the prime minister of bavaria. Marcus urda well to examine what this will mean for the party. And for germany's future. I'm joined by suited david philp. Who's the deputy director of the german marshall fund berlin and also by kirsten gamla these deputy editor of the parliamentary bureau of the deutsche citing. Now let's begin with you suda. This week has seen a series of stages in meetings to try and work out who will take the helm on friday yesterday. Those a four hour long session wasn't that we're both men set out their stall. Yes i mean this is really something that the cdc issue Are have found themselves in a really difficult situation. Because at this point you have two candidates vying to succeed merkel who are going to come out of this process damaged And it's going to split the party So it'll be really interesting to see how the conservative bloc comes out of this

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France Suspends All Brazil Flights Due to Virus Variants

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

France Suspends All Brazil Flights Due to Virus Variants

"Up, Stay with us. France's prime minister has announced the suspension of all flights between Brazil and France amid concerns over Corona virus variants prime minister telling members of his parliament today the situation is getting worse and he's decided to suspend flights between the two countries until further notice. France has had over five million Corona virus cases since the pandemic began. The highest number in Europe and has seen more than 99,000 people

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Japan to start releasing Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:29 min | 1 d ago

Japan to start releasing Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

"Japan's government decided on tuesday to start releasing massive amounts of treated radioactive water from the wrecked fukushima nuclear plant into the pacific ocean in two years. An option fiercely opposed by local fishermen and residence the decision long speculated but delayed for years due to safety concerns and protests. Came at a meeting of cabinet ministers who endorse the ocean. Release as the best option. The accumulating water has been stored in tanks the fukushima plant since two thousand eleven when a massive earthquake and tsunami damaged reactors and the cooling water became contaminated and began leaking. The plant's operator. Tokyo electric power company said it. Storage capacity will be full late next year. The prime minister said the ocean release was the most realistic option and the disposing. The water is unavoidable for the decommissioning of the fukushima plant which is expected to take decades some scientists say the long term impact on marine life from low dose exposure to such large volumes of water is unknown onto the basic plan adopted by the ministers. Tepco will start releasing the water in about two years after building a facility under the regulatory authorities safety requirements. It said the disposal of the water cannot be postponed further as it's necessary to improve the environment surrounding the plant. So residents can live there safely.

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Blackout Hits Iran Nuclear Site in What Appears to Be Israeli Sabotage

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Blackout Hits Iran Nuclear Site in What Appears to Be Israeli Sabotage

"To curb. Iran's nuclear ambitions just got a lot harder on saturday. The country announced that it had restarted advanced centrifuges for uranium enrichment at its natanz nuclear facility by sunday and apparent of sabotage took out the sites power grinding to a halt. Iran has blamed the attack on israel which has made no official comment. Israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu emphasized his country's opposition to iran's nuclear program on is never given up its quest for nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them and iran consistently consistently outrageously calls for israel's relation and word towards that goal the nuclear deal known as the joint comprehensive plan of action or. Jcp is an international agreement. Signed in two thousand fifteen in which iran agreed to limit it stocks and enrichment fuel president donald trump took america out of the deal in two thousand eighteen and talks for reentry began in vienna last week but the escalating tensions between iran and israel have made that far trickier. It's not even clear. If tomorrow's talks will proceed. The attack seems to have been the result of an explosive device that was probably smuggled into the natanz plant most likely detonated remotely when they took out the electrical systems and cause some of these centrifuges to fail. Roger mcshane is are middle east editor. The exact details are unclear. But i think what we can be pretty sure about is that israel was behind the attack. And that's because it's not being coy about. It has officials out there who were speaking to reporters off the record of course but they are talking pretty openly about their role in

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Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in 2 Years

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Japan to Start Releasing Fukushima Water Into Sea in 2 Years

"Of contaminated water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant. China called Japan's decision extremely irresponsible. South Korea expressed its deep regret. Japan's prime minister said the water would be treated and diluted so radiation levels were below those set for drinking water. The Philippines has protested to China over what it called the illegal presence of

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Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting

BBC World Service

01:02 min | 2 d ago

Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting

"Erupted again early Monday, sending massive amounts of gas and ash miles into the sky. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, it was the biggest explosion since seismic activity began late last week. Less afraid volcano has been spewing ash and gas is for days. Monday morning's explosion sent huge pyroclastic flows down the mountain. Destroying everything in its path. According to the head of the island Seismic Research Center. Ash from the explosions has reached as far as Barbados. The activity is affecting the island's water supply and food distribution. ST. Vincent's prime minister warns the emergency situation could continue for up to four months. Nearby islands have sent aid for cruise ships are close by ready for evacuations. But residents want to stay more than 3700 or in 80 shelters. The last time the volcano exploded was 1979. There were no fatalities and earlier explosion in 1902 killed some 1600 people. Carrie Kahn. NPR news Attorneys for the Boy

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Israel Appears to Confirm Cyberattack on Iran Nuclear Facility

PBS NewsHour

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Israel Appears to Confirm Cyberattack on Iran Nuclear Facility

"A major explosion disabled parts of Iran's uranium enrichment facility at Natanz south of Tehran. Iran quickly blamed Israel as John Yang tells us this also comes is in direct talks between the U. S and Iran over the 2050 nuclear deal are set to resume later this week. The facility was knocked off line just hours after launching its new advanced centrifuges. Tehran said Sunday's blackout at the Natanz facility, considered a centerpiece of Iran's uranium enrichment program had caused a fire. They called it an act of nuclear terrorism and blamed Israel on all the various sources confirmed that the Zionist regime was behind this incident, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Natanz would be rebuilt to more quickly enrich uranium state media quartered him is saying Zionist wanted to take revenge against the Iranian people for their success on the path of lifting sanctions. And he said Iran will take revenge for this action in Israel media widely reported that the country's spy agency orchestrated the sabotage even though officials have not claimed responsibility. But speaking in Jerusalem today, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would never permit Iran to have a nuclear weapon. I will never allow Iran to obtain the nuclear capability to carry out its genocidal goal of eliminating Israel. And Israel will continue to defend itself against Iran's aggression and terrorism. Hostility between the two countries has played out in recent years. There were serious of clandestine attacks from a mysterious explosion at Natanz last July to November's death of the Iranian scientists who launched the nuclear program decades ago. And Iran intern is carried out its own attacks on at least two Israeli owned cargo ships.

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Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:49 min | 2 d ago

Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'

"On sunday described a blackout at its underground natanz atomic facility. An active nuclear terrorism reading regional tensions as well as powers and tehran continue to negotiate over its tattered nuclear deal while there was no immediate claim of responsibility. Suspicion fell immediately on israel where it's media nearly uniformly reported. A devastating cyber attack orchestrated by the country causing the blackout. If israel was responsible it further heightened tensions between the two nations already engaged in a shadow conflict across the wider middle east israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who met on sunday with. Us defense secretary. Lloyd austin has vowed to do everything in his power to stop the nuclear deal. Details remained few about what happened. Leeann sunday morning at the facility which was initially described as a blackout caused by the electrical grid feeding. It's above ground workshops and underground enrichment holes. The i a the united nations body that monitors tehran's atomic programme earlier said it was aware of media reports about the incident at natanz and had spoken with iranian officials about it however natanz has been targeted by sabotage in the past the stuxnet computer virus discovered in two thousand ten and widely believed to be a joint. Us isreaeli creation wants disrupted and destroyed iranian centrifuges in natanz amid a period of western fears about tehran's program natanz suffered a mysterious explosion at its advanced centrifuge assembly plant in july that authorities later described as sabotage

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David Cameron Faces Inquiry Into His Dealings With Greensill

Coffee House Shots

01:51 min | 3 d ago

David Cameron Faces Inquiry Into His Dealings With Greensill

"Over the weekend we finally heard from a former political figure who had been brought a quiet late despite repeated attempts by janice to get in touch with them. This is david cameron. The former prime minister full during a series of allegations over the greensville saga is about david. Cameron's pat statement after news stories over the weekend. Suggesting drink matt hancock when it came to trying to a help for green. What did he have to say. So he has issued a statement saying i reflected on this at length. There are important to be learned as a former prime minister. I accept that communications with government needs to be done through only the most formal of channels. So there can be no room for misinterpretation. So he's not saying he's done anything wrong. He's just saying that things could have been misinterpreted because the system has allowed them to be misinterpreted and he thinks those things should change. I was quite interested by the timing of this statement. So you could say that Has been quite a few of the things namely one of a dominant thing on the news agenda. That may have made cameron statement a little less featureless highly in the news agenda. Also i think that would reached a stage where all the newspapers were feasting on this. And when you've got all the newspapers competing for the next new lying on a scandal that's when you know it's not going to go away and you need to do something to stop the flames Going ever higher now. I'm not sure whether what he says is going to stop the flames. Going ever-higher if i'm honest because it is something i see that he's allowed to grow as a row for six weeks hours a long time that he's thirty days is taken him to respond to

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Pubs, Hairdressers Set to Reopen as UK Eases Virus Lockdown

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Pubs, Hairdressers Set to Reopen as UK Eases Virus Lockdown

"England is lifting many off its coronavirus restrictions after months off lockdown. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson, described the move as a major step towards normality, but urged everyone to behave responsibly. Is our business editor Salmon Jack. Shoppers, Jim fans, domestic holidaymakers, outdoor drinks and diners, plus those in need of a haircut will share the government's hated today is an irreversible step towards old and cherished freedoms. Say, Well, the business owners who will be welcoming them back, But this significant easing of restrictions is also an important test. Will customers want will be able to return and sufficient numbers for firms to break even? And if they don't What will it take to make the economy work again? Only two in five. Hospitality venues have any outdoor space on the rules on future indoor opening are still unclear.

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Surrounding Islands Covered in Ash After St. Vincent Volcanic Eruptions

At Home

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

Surrounding Islands Covered in Ash After St. Vincent Volcanic Eruptions

"After a long dormant volcano erupted on ST Vincent, much of not only that Caribbean island but also neighboring islands are covered in ash. Eva seized a Packer report the ash from the lesser for a volcano blanketing not just ST Vincent, but neighboring Caribbean islands. Ash has been raining down as far as ST Lucia and Barbados, which is over 100, Miles east residents there being urged to keep removing the build up of ash from their roofs before it rains. Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley. What actually makes it heavier and therefore what we need is a little water, but a lot of muscles are a lot of shovel. Just 50 miles north ash over ST Lucia was said to have turned day into

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Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 d ago

Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'

"Iran is calling a blackout at its Natanz atomic facility an act of nuclear terrorism the head of Iran's civilian nuclear program told state television the blackout was caused by sabotage the underground the town's facility houses centrifuges used to enrich uranium to Iran had just announced the testing of its latest I. R. nine centrifuge which it says will enrich uranium fifty times faster than its first generation of up beyond the suspicion as to responsibility for the blackout fell immediately on Israel Israeli media has reported that cyber attacks orchestrated by Israel was the cause because it was Sunday night Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu toasted his security chiefs the head of the Mossad intelligence agency at its side he spoke of the fight against Iran and its nuclear program and said Israel has transformed itself from helplessness into a world power I'm Ben Thomas

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Preparations Underway for Prince Philip's Funeral

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:59 min | 3 d ago

Preparations Underway for Prince Philip's Funeral

"As detailed plans for the funeral of Prince Philip emerge. A remembrance service at Canterbury Cathedral this morning gave the British public a chance to mourn his death and remember his life. Willem Marx. Reports from London. Choral music and Prayers were presided over by Britain's most senior clergyman, the archbishop of Canterbury Sunday morning, who described the Duke of Edinburgh remarkable willingness to take the hand. He was dealt in life and straightforwardly to follow its call. Philip Ceremonial funeral next weekend will be televised with his body carried in a procession from Windsor Castle to send George's chapel in a modified Land Rover vehicle. He himself designed alongside a military gun salutes in line with government covert restrictions to 30. Mourners will end to the chapel and Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he will not participate to alarm or the Duke's close family members to attend. For NPR news. I'm gonna marks in London.

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Pentagon Chief Austin Visits Israel to Reaffirm 'Ironclad' U.S. Alliance

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Pentagon Chief Austin Visits Israel to Reaffirm 'Ironclad' U.S. Alliance

"An overseas trip. Defense Secretary Lloyd Ass is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the nation's defense minister to discuss and reaffirmed America's commitment to the US Israel strategic Partnership. In Germany. Secretary Austin will meet with counterparts to talk about combating the malign influence of shared strategic rival Meetings were also planned with the United Nations secretary general in Brussels and with defense officials in the U. K. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, Everyone 16 and older in D. C

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Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Honors Life of Prince Philip

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Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Honors Life of Prince Philip

"Passing of Britain's Prince Philip being noted, especially in close Commonwealth countries like Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Prince Philip will be remembered as a champion for young people, A decorated naval officer, a dedicated philanthropist and a constant in the life of Queen Elizabeth, the second Mrs

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"prime minister" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

02:50 min | Last week

"prime minister" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Backers. We're during question from your emails. Chris emery says. I read a book called how to be a liberal. Not so long ago. This delightful romp got me wondering. More as roma's yeah. I thought it was a rump historical rump. Women stations on immigration can a quote good liberal support to be clear. I'm not asking what you personally support. But what specific restrictions policies within the bounds of good liberalism. An example might be serious. Criminal record prevents taking citizenship for example. And i think this rate is radiant natural for you to kick off with the s. I mean let me. It's a really good question by the way. And i think you have to framework by saying that. I do think there is disagreement on this. There is a lord disagreement on this cycles. But i do think that liberal principles ultimately mean. You're aiming towards without borders now that he's not going to happen in our lifetime. That is a project. Take one hundred years in the meantime do you accept you. Look at the economics right. I mean a case by case sir if you were to look at the economics and find the immigration of particular type at a particular time was significantly noticeably reducing wages especially if they were for the lower paid. Then i think you would have a case now. We have not found over. And i mean a lot of studies have been done into this drawing. Find it at mostly find a tiny move but that's very controversial. And of course is on an is appended by the fact that you get sort of increase productivity and increase jobs by virtue of there being more supply so it doesn't really hold but it could hope there's nothing to prevent that from happening and in those scenarios i think the liberal principle would be you know if if having this freedom of moving of course there as a significant deterioration in the freedoms of those who radio on the other side of the border because of reduced material opportunities. Then you you know you'd be under to the food liberal. And who is asian. In order to to impose restrictions of the the point on crime was a good one. But i think you could go further. I the legitimate guy much more than that. It's not just citizenship. The if someone here on a visa Found guilty of having done a violent crime. It's legitimate under liberal principles of freedom expansion to remove them from the country which is exactly what we do. That was a little bit of the executive luxury pentastar august. What now sign up. Tobacco's on practicing and youtube can get the podcast early longer and without ads search patriot. Oh god what now podcast sign up and you will get the show early longer without ads. Plus splendid merchandise to free access to alive soons. Exciting news coming soon. We'll see you next week..

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"prime minister" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"prime minister" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Not into connected between departments who often undermine each of this climate goals and it doesn't really get to the root problem what the government has actually done his stand slogan from people he wa- interested in climate justice and used as a sticking foster sir not very impressed on next and he and he wrote in the washington. Post that the government will be stocked with populism in the shape of brexit and northern ps notorious. mp's appetite for cultural laws Will government at least start. Fuel fights with bbc civil service etcetera without cummings being feisty a will to step up find somebody else to take that on like at the moment. There's some evidence that might be the case. And you can see that by the fact that you had administers going on good morning. Britain right which is blacklisted. Among basically almost all other journalists by cummings very limited effect. So there's clearly some movement and and you also saw more of an openness to at least at the very least talking to parts of the tory parliamentary party now and there. That doesn't seem like something that a prime minister should be celebrated for but certainly that bunker mentality had re riven downs of one did not only with at war with other government departments. That were a war casually with members of the parliamentary policy. So there's a bit less of a sort of vitriolic attack dog approach towards things but the fundamental mechanics of this have been changed. They still have to celebrate. Brexit and breakfast is about to start hitting us in practical terms rather than thames. It's hits us so far and that's going to happen very very soon. You know it's going to happen in six to five weeks we're going to start seeing the effects of that. That will continue and again. They cannot bring themselves to that. So they're going to have to blame someone else will blame the people. They always blame. The europeans remain as etc. And then there's the bruder problem. I think which is ultimately you cannot allow for politics to go back to being about policies economics because as soon as you do that electoral alliance that you formed. You know if you think about the redwood seats and that's why those mp's right now there's Would these are currently writing. Furious whatsapp to mess. Just downing street gang They don't go woke by which they mean. Don't develop a working. Human brain analyzes objective reality and got. They need debate to stay on coach all because that is how electoral alliances is based. That's the foundations upon which it exists. So there's these really you can see that. They kind of want to try something else that they want to get away from some of the warfare but ultimately those too deep structure wishes on the electoral reliance on brexit in that kinda stuck in that straightjacket. I think if you ban the word woke than to the modern conservatism fit on the back of an envelope. Any any other ideas. It's true folk anti identity. I honestly join us anytime to what comes up now. I just think. I am going to actively switch off my brain so i do not is about to be said well. They switched off their brains. Full writing it. So it's infanticide they. None of the parties seemed to have ideas of the moment. There is a real dearth of vision leadership from a bliscoll. Pass at the moment sir. True now it's time for underrated overrated. Where each week panelists pixel bliscoll figures that deserve their moment in the sun and the ones that should perish dark cold of space in a bonus many rahman has gone straight to the core and chosen cabinet ministers la many who your choices. I think you're right that it was quite bold. But i really just needed.

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"prime minister" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

06:25 min | 5 months ago

"prime minister" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Boris. Johnson has sacked his boss. Baby dominic cummings promising afresh stone. As soon as he can get out of self isolation but he won one back in may johnson damaged his reputation and the effectiveness of the lockdown to save cummings from his bono castle snafu. Why let him go now over something that seems a formal trivial and then because it seems that the lebanon vitriol. He was throwing around the cabin. The parliamentary party in number ten itself just became so severe. That things funny ahead of got to say. I'm kind of surprised by that. The lesson that i took from that bone costs with stuff was there is nothing ever happened. That will lead him to get rid of comings. And that must mean these completely reliant on them for his electoral strategy for his political program for any kind of intellectual substance to an administration doesn't seem to have any of it in the first place so i'm not really very confident you want to get rid of companies and wrong about that so clearly. What happened is the the amount of just splattering negative leaking the goes on the amounts are just aggression and attack which. He's always been very very famous for. I mean he was hated by lots of this sort of bricks dettori. Mp's in two thousand sixteen during the referendum campaign that finding when wasn't being directed out liberalism judges and remain isn't bribe was just relentlessly in woods until it was finally being activated against the prime minister of south. Clearly you just reached the point with countless but also is bird about veronese. Like of his mom. Yeah it's been reported that cummings was was ac- spending most of his time in operation moonshot. The question vaccine look as far as you can tell. What's he actually doing every day. That would therefore be sort of lost his departure. Did he have some sort of brilliant projects that will now go to rust and it's very unclear. Exactly what he was doing. The reports from people who are now finding took him in these guys around him was sort of like hostages while he was there in a now throwing off everything that can find to save in before load of it. They'll just saying he wasn't even in the office new for a lot of the time. I mean the thing that i took from that project was ju- member an he was setting up this kind of star trek mission control center in the cabinet office We're gonna have sort of various banks of work you know with him at the starship helm and the point. That really got me on. That was these rolling screens of data that they wanted to have up which basically would share prices or currency markets on that you would have infection rates deaths and death rates the thing. That's amazing about that is. That is not real time information that you need for covid panama. I mean that just doesn't make any sense the information he requires much much slower than so. It spoke to this kind of scifi approach to the issue where he likes to really big. It projects rather than what is actually required to fix it. I'm from that alone. Simply conclude that whatever he was up to maine shall not have been worth much in the first place. Johnson launched his great reset of from isolation with a major gaffe by rubbishing scottish. Devolution in the corey tori. Mp's is fantastic pace by spectators. alex massie. who called him a clear and present danger to the country. Hip reports lead poison whose ignorance callousness and indifference. Promises got a room and the destruction of the united kingdom itself. Is this a good start care right if they can. They wouldn the made him prime minister in the first place they would made him neater of the conservative party. They do not give a damn about union they do not give a damn about scotland. The only extent. I think to which he thinks that he doesn't want scottish independence because no one wants to go down as the prime minister. Who's in charge when scottish independence happen but these. I'm kind of haunted from years. Backer talking to the scottish nationalist. He said that will succeed. When english nationalism becomes fame when that becomes something the english than of in a much more in a much stronger way than they think of that british identity of that has happened and is not just happened in general is having to the conservative party. That was the that lead. Boris johnson deaths. And now you know each sean. He speaks he degrades. The he makes it harder for the union to survive. But we have known that from the very beginning of this just a continuation about triumph. Name me a lot of remains angry on the day last week that cummings had left before carrying the can for the consequences breaks it but do you think anyone will stand up and say sorry guys. This is a disaster. This is not just sort of one of the kind of is not as a bedtime story for romania. During i think there's more chance of ian not swearing for the rest of this show. Then there is happening these guys for them that will always be someone else to blame You know that we didn't brexit fast enough. The e you stopped us making successive brexit. The virus got in the way you know. Probably china virus or something a thought coming out with next year these self-aggrandizing people who have a steady in a concept of humidity. Anointed farraj is upset. The cummings departure presages down on brexit. The no deal ragnarok. The he graves. Do you think it will actually make any difference as idyllic spurred to whether to to whether there's a deal on a you know whether comey's is yeah i mean i think it might have an impact only insofar as johnson won't want to give any credence to the cane coming firearm cabal claim the he is somehow soft on brexit without them That was part of the friction. Why they left. So in some sense he will probably want to be seen to be as hardliners on brexit but I think that's more likely to come. In the form of positioning on spinning up concessions he will claim he extracted from Rather than by pursuing no deal. I do still think he does want deal so Hopefully that is still on track. And i have no reason yet to believe that isn't other than nina. Ogilvy telling schools to stock up on long life food products children. Just in case. There is no deal brexit. Next year i mean for anyone could have been studying number..

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"prime minister" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:56 min | 5 months ago

"prime minister" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The country. But it seems politics weren't with the late prime minister valued most she claimed to be a woman of the people having watched her father, Jawhar Lal Nehru Lead as Prime Minister himself. She had ample inspiration to guide her but indira solidified her own voice in India's government when she helps liberate East Pakistan from Pakistan in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, one. This led to the formation of Bangladesh a feat that Indira is still praised for to this day. But in dearest political career also lent itself to shadier moments in nineteen seventy five while she was serving as prime minister she was convicted of interfering with an election in response she placed India under an emergency state suspending elections revoking civil liberties and censoring the press Indira's son even imposed a mass sterilization on Indian men and women to control population growth Indira insisted that she implemented these draconian measures to resolve mass poverty make in more progressive and eliminate internal disturbances. It soon became clear that who fell under that term belonged to endear his opposition but despite her efforts to squash her opponents, she fell from power in nineteen seventy seven when another election was held, the loss was brief though because enduro was re elected as prime minister in nineteen eighty during that term indira garnered more animosity than ever before though she had the hearts of many civilians she criticized. Sikh separatists for their efforts to take job in northern India according to them it was their God given right to rule the land enduro wouldn't have it. The population of PN job contained non Sikhs as well, and she refused to allow their secession. So the Sikh separatists retaliated their armed forces occupied and fortified the Golden Temple, the chief House of worship for Sikhs and their most important pilgrimage site. In response, Indira instituted Operation Blue Star. Its. Objectives were simple to remove leader Jarnail Singh been drily and his separatist followers. So on June third nineteen, eighty-four, a thirty, six hour curfew was imposed on the state of Pun job. All communication and public travel was suspended as Indian security forces attempted to drive the radical militants out of the temple. It's believed that seven hundred Indian soldiers were killed during the operation with over one thousand, five, hundred Sikh militants apprehended, and nearly five hundred casualties on their end. Ultimately, the separatist movement was temporarily silenced as Indira had wanted but the fight had exhausted her she became more reserved and paranoid than ever before constantly worried that her grandchildren would be kidnapped. This sense of impending doom followed her between June and October of nineteen, eighty four in the months leading up to her deaf it seemed she had a sense that the Sikh separatists would eventually get their revenge just one day before her assassination on October thirtieth nineteen eighty-four Indira gave her final speech. Looking out to the crowd with determination the day before her death she spoke the words I am here today I may not be here tomorrow. Of course she had no way of knowing how those words would take on even greater significance. Or maybe she did some claim Indira planned her murder so that her son would immediately replace her but others insist she was simply aware of the very real threat on her life whatever the case the beloved Indira Gandhi remains a key figure of Indian government today.

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Current

"If you take a look at the sweep of that, what's his impact you think on the country? While I think impact is partly the justice reforms came in. When he was justice minister, he moved to modernize a lot of the lawn Canada and a lot of we're still living. With I think in a way set the tone and set the the groundwork for the Charter of rights although I'm not sure that he thought the Charter of rights was the best thing for the. Country at the time, he was a parliamentary man and the Charter of rights to some degree takes away the power of parliament but I think the his impact on that was really probably the main thing he was also very reluctant although in the end he did it brought in the war measures act was minister of of the Ministers War Measures Act in nineteen seventy and I think. His his idea of justice in his idea of Kind of humanity in the law was was a very important thing but he he As Peter says when when he came back, he didn't realize that the team news gone from covering things on film to covering it on videotape and you can see it almost immediately and when he reached out. Camping Nola UH in people all around the country right away although. In his defense, she made a big deal about it at the time and she was the president of the Liberal Party and she must have known lesson cleaning to help them. So I'm not sure really how that should have played and anyway that was that he'd She wanted to go to the Senate and he wasn't about to put her in the Senate during. The time the short time that he was Prime Minister Peter you hinted at the idea of public service just briefly what do you think? John, Turner's legacy. We'll be in this country. Well, his legacy shouldn't be that he blew the opportunity of being prime minister for two months During that time he kinda lost everything and and lost the respect of a lot of people and I think as we've tried to point out and dawn's just mentioned in his time as Minister of Justice as a lot of other issues that Turner was a part of that are have helped, make the country the country it is in his latter years it was all about public service and trying to get younger generations to believe in it. You know they call him the Kennedy Canada's Kennedy, and in some ways he was especially in the sixties as was trudeau to to a degree. But he had a relationship with Bobby Kennedy they used to talk. And he was involved with Kennedy in that sixty eight campaign to Bobby Kennedy was running. In fact, he just been down to to see him in the states and help them on a speech that he was writing on. But you know it was to all about public service. So he's consistent throughout his career on trying to push that idea for especially younger Canadians that you know a part of democracy is serving in some fashion doesn't have to be in politics could be in any number of different ways but the you should consider as part of your obligation to the society in which you live. Good to have you both here I appreciate this. Thank you. Thanks Matt. Good. To Talk to you on and up. To CBC broadcasting, Legends Don Newman Peterman's bridge remembering former Canadian Prime Minister John Turner. He died on Friday at the age of ninety one for more CBC podcasts go to CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..

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"prime minister" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Writer helped to solve one of Europe's most high profile murders and on Valentine's Day. We chat to the first same sex couple to get married in Northern Ireland. So it's a typical March Dane in Stockholm snowy dark. And I've just arrived with my old square Volvo outside. This rented storage facility now waiting for my man and Daniel Pearl the editor in chief of the Expo magazine. He comes with a small tiny Japanese car pulls up next to me and we go to open up the doors and it almost cozy when we enter their. Despite the fact that is just a sheet metal building we walk the long corridors. We come arrived to special storage space and Daniel pulls up the sheet metal door and suddenly see twenty cardboard boxes full of documents. And the right labels are there. It's about the Palme murder. And it says the stieg Larsson Files Dot Clara is describing stumbling upon a huge archive of files compiled by one of the most famous crime. Novelists in the World Steak Larson the paperwork revealed that the author of the bestselling girl with the Dragon Tattoo had spent much of his adult life obsessing over a real crime. One of Europe's most famous unsolved mysteries. The assassination of Swedish prime minister all Palmach in one thousand nine hundred eighty six documents showed how the novelist had been diligently piecing together clues to the murder before his untimely death in two thousand and four a decade later stock lasser. A former Swedish diplomat picked up lessons trail and with it an obsession that has led him to new evidence now being investigated by Swedish police who remain desperate to track down the killer from the Guardian. I'm meniscus Donna. Today in Focus. Who killed all of power? The unsolved murder that still hold Sweden on the twenty eighth of February in Nineteen eighty-six our Prime Minister Olof Powell and his wife Lisbet Palme at planned to go to the cinema. And they left their home around eight o'clock in the evening and it took the normal underground and they had called off of their bodyguards. Sometimes our prime minister wanted to feel like a normal person. They're going to see the movie. The brother Mozart which was very popular moment..

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"prime minister" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"The two thousand nine hundred nine Nobel Peace Prize winner is an Ethiopian. PENTECOSTAL Christian arrested the story as Paul. Harvey's say goes way way back for the Colson Center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is break point in early December Ethiopian. Prime Minister Abiotic. Med was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize specifically the Norwegian Committee cited decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eriteria. Prime Minister Ahmed is a pentecostal Christian. And the second African African evangelical in a row to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Kenyan physician Denis mcquade one in two thousand. Eighteen octopus story is only the latest chapter in the ancient history of Ethiopian Christianity which began in acts eight when an angel told Philip Rise and go toward the south to the road that goes down from Jerusalem to Gaza on that road. Philip met an Ethiopian court official puzzled over the meaning of Isaiah fifty. Three Philip told the man known as the Ethiopian Eunuch. The good news about about Jesus and when the official profess faith Philip baptized him afterward. Quote the spirit of the Lord Carried Philip away the Eunuch saw him no more and went on his way rejoicing racing where he went of course. Was Theo Pia. According to the second century church Father Irony Leon. This man was also sent into the regions of Ethiopia to preach preach what he had himself believed and according to Church historian. Nice Effort Matthias. The one chosen to replace. Judas also went to preach the Gospel Ethopia over the next two centuries. Christianity continued to spread in the region. And then the early Fourth Century and another momentous chapter in Ethiopia in Christian history a Christian boy from tire name from NPS was shipwrecked and sold into slavery at a port along the Red Sea. His his new master was the king of Axum a region. In what is now Ethiopia like Daniel and Joseph before him for many. Es Gain the trust of this pagan king who upon his death freedom but for many years remained as a tutor to the new king is Ana when Zahn came of age for many s return. Too Tired had to be trained. As a priest from there he went to Alexandria and asked the Great Theologian and Patriarch Athanasios to send a bishop and missionaries to facilitate the further conversion version of Ethiopia. Ethnic decided that the best man for that job was from India himself and so he was consecrated as the new bishop. The most historically significant fermented dementia converts was king himself who was baptized. Shortly after from anti-us returned the Ethiopian within a decade of his return the majority of people. Oh and he's on. His kingdom had become Christians. Christianity became the official religion. Of what is now Ethiopia and about three thirty. AD that makes Ethiopia the opium of the second oldest Christian nation on Earth after Armenia. Now what about Rome you asked. Rome didn't officially become Christian until three the eighty. AD recent archaeological finds. Confirm this whole story as recently related at Smithsonian Dot Com. Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a church urge that date back to the early fourth century. This discovery reminds us of three things I even before. Constantine legalised Christianity in the REMINISCE empire. The faith had spread far and wide from Ethiopia to the south India in the east second the Christian faith originated at the crossroads crossroads of Asia and Africa. The modern explosion of Christianity on both of those continents is in reality a homecoming ethnically and really our Lord was more closely related to people like for men and the people of Ethiopia who speak a Semitic language then he was to the people of Europe and finally finally a two thousand year legacy of Christianity all began with a simple act of obedience by Philip. So when the Lord bids any of US rising go we better do it after all who knows if he might bless that active obedience today in order to change history into glorify his name for centuries to come for breakpoint. I'm John Stonestreet..

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"That's wrong as clean in by Zo Ginsburg. And now it's time for our second topic so done. What if anything are teachers educators and such supposed to say to their kids to their students about the fact that their prime minister who photo hangs on the classroom wall just got indicted for some serious crimes? Well this is an unprecedented situation. Because it's the first time in in Israel's history that a serving prime minister has indictments pending in the court. None of the previous prime ministers investigated robbing barrack. Sharon Olmert were indicted. Did while still serving in office so the question came up almost immediately after the prime minister was indicted a couple of weeks ago in kindergarten. Teacher named SNOT CA guy posted a video of herself standing at a preschool felt board in front of the official frame photos of the president and prime minister that hanging every classroom in the country. And she says this. This video putting out is for you Mr Benjamin Netanyahu in this educational network a man who was charged with bribery fraud and breach of trust trust cannot serve as a good example for children in my kindergarten. Your picture cannot be on the wall go to court redeem your name. If you are proven innocent welcome come back until then. This picture comes off our wall. And as she speaks guy. Removes the photograph from the board with these satisfying velcro ripping sound as it detaches from the felt in response Minister of Education. Rabbi roffe parrots tweeted. I have serious. Criticisms of the actions of the kindergarten teacher in the video that was published Lucien the media. The Ministry of Education is working to locate her quickly and to summon her for clarifications. The Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and one must behave towards him in a respectful fashion. Even if there is controversy about him we will not accept such behavior in any educational institution. That's a quote from Minister of Education. Parents it's he was criticized in the press and on social media for fomenting public anger at the kindergarten teacher at her guy who was praised by many for her courage. Guy Tendered her resignation the day after she posted her video. By the way. There's no law requiring the pictures of the prime minister or president be posted and on most days of the year. It's fair to say no. No one is discussing these pictures. They just become kind of part of the wallpaper well before the controversy over the kindergarten video faded. Another one kicked up this one over a memo. Oh sent in recent days to some principals in the center of the country setting out limitations on the quote unquote expressions of state employees. Now this memo goes into into extensive detail of what's prohibited bringing examples of officials who have been reprimanded for racist statements or politically related comments. Posted on work-related. What's what's up? Groups are social media or in one case a personal. What's up message to a work holly? According to some of the principles the memo represents an effort to limit discourse in the school cool and is a serious infringement of free speech since it seems to limit not only what they say on school grounds but what they can say outside of school and social media although there is some distinction between between work related social media and other social media. It's a bit. Hazy is also mention of public demonstrations the feeling among principles is that mouths are being shot according to one and some felt that the memo was meant explicitly to limit what they can say about the legal woes of our prime minister. Other teachers suggests that the memo itself be studied in civics class. As as part of a discussion on free speech and a Free Society the Ministry the Ministry of Education responded the memo's simply sets at regulations that apply to all civil servants including teachers cheers and stipulates that an if an educator initiates a political discussion he or she is required to reveal to the students the broad spectrum of political views and positions that irrelevant relevant. So why don't we think how should schools address the fact that the prime minister has just been indicted against the background of deep divisions over. Whether this indictment is justified. Should this be taught. Should this be ignores if we teach it. How should we approach it? I you know I've had kids come back from school and just you know. Be Amazed when we've had huge. You know earthquakes political and security happening across the country. They were not addressed in school. You know it's like you know pretending that they're not going on you know when when when it's on everybody's minds and everyone's talking about it so I'm very much for you know civics and talking about the issues and talking about the current events in schools from the beginning. I've never been a big fan of having the pictures of the president and the prime minister up in kindergarten classroom. You know cultural dissonance. I walked in the first time when I saw one of my kids gun team and I was like what it shouldn't be there in the first place that said I don't necessarily approve of politicization of kindergarten classroom Austrian. By taking the ceremoniously taking the picture ripping it up whatever taking it off the wall saying it doesn't belong there publicly circulating that I don't have an issue with a Teacher being reprimanded and she resigned the same day. She did it so it kind of seemed like she was anyway going to quit. And this was the burning bridges you know making making a statement for it so so You know I draw a line between feeling that yes. I don't mind the government saying that. That was not an appropriate thing for her to do. I'm much more troubled by this whole issue of free expression Russian. And what you're saying you're what's up groups. What you say on your social media you know somehow Coming back to bite you for me. That's a disturbing issue. Less though the whatever discipline our condemnation of the Kindergarten teacher taking down the photo. Do you and done you too. And you have more experience than both of us. In educational situations think that would be just fine for a high school principal to post anything really strong about this either that either that Prime Minister Netanyahu should be forced to resign on the one hand or that the the court system is corrupt. Or like I actually. You have some sympathy with this memo. I sort of feel the problem because I would be upset. I think if the principal of one of my children's High School School were to post something even if it was on the side that I agreed with I would just be thinking of the the kids who don't agree with it and what position that puts them in personal social media platform their personal social media whether or not it's public. I think I mean I. I think that every most everything is what they say around there. SHEBAB dinner table. I I have nothing to say about. The social media accounts can be private. They can be set to friends or they can be public for the whole world to see. I don't think that I'm making some big savings of principles. I haven't worked that out but it makes me really nervous. I think if you're a high school principal you have to be super careful. Also you know in the supermarket what you think. I think you're right on your right here on the difficult place that we have in free speech and talking about different forum in public in society in the classroom and in the school to me. It's very clear. Principal and a teacher should not be expressing their own political views because they have too much influence over young minds who are trying to formulate their own views and like children often just just imitate their parents political positions and adopt their parents political parties. And because they don't think these things stir yet and they haven't kids will do the same thing with principals or teachers they respect or they'll choose the opposite of they don't like the teacher and principal so that the job. There is a job of the educator which is to explain the different positions. Have Children Start to wrestle. These ideas themselves. That's true whether that's that's In elementary school or in high school or wherever. So you're saying it definitely should be taught. It definitely should be taught and additionally should be taught properly now that being said the question where it becomes you know some question of what's what's the proper balance which in protecting free speech and protecting indoctrinates protecting against doctor nation is. This is the example example. You just brought should the principal on his own media speak to express his opinions directly because some of those students will see that too and they may feel the pressure to adopt those position pressure to go against those position. Because it's the principle and I think that's what the mammal if you go into the memo is very disturbing but it's also attempting getting to give guidance to public officials who represent the state in a way that employees of the state in their actions and what they can say so some of the issues that have just haven't been worked out yet and I don't know if the courts of the laws of the best place to figure these things out if you're in a what's up group with other employees. Maybe you can say things if you're in what's up with just your friends. And that's and some people were reprimanded for saying racist or derogatory things and it goes mental is very explicit. You cannot say anything. Negative about someone because of their ethnic background or national identity. Anything like that in public in any situation just think of our politicians. I mean the whole Nissen Ya'll Likud campaign campaign was incredibly anti Arab and blatantly racist ways none of that would stand. They should all be called in to be reprimanded or fired based on this public memo but I I think that's that's where there's a Dane dividing on. I think I agree with you. I think principles you know. I'm not sure every teacher but principal certainly have a certain status in society. We want I want them to have that status in society. They have to be particularly careful. It's a fuzzy line though in a slippery slope especially when you contrast in Israel which is bifurcated between religious education location and supposedly non religious education because the head of the a Sheva was basically the principle is supposed to be some sort of a spiritual guide as well as being the guy who runs the school. So I'm flashing back to the evacuation of the Gaza settlements in whole schools. Were shut down in. The students were organized or encouraged to you know. Go Stop the Armie from From taking the settlers out. So whatever you talk about expression you have to remember that it cuts both ways and you know. Where do you draw the lines? You know that you want you. Want your your educational leaders to teach values. And you want them to serve as an example and in some communities that the blend with politics is very Very difficult sometimes the line and many not all but many of the state religious schools. The kids are being directly indoctrinated politically. They're being taught to settlements of the most important thing in the state and that they should at all. You know look for the tie that they can go help. Support them. On in the state non religious schools is a mixed bag. I think there's some places people have very careful not to be doing that. In other places where they're indoctrinating indoctrinating and their own ideology but but we see that a lot in the religious schools. It comes in different ways. One side playing by the rules in the other side. Not Well it's more fragmented. I remember that in Intel V. There were a lot of complaints from parents about principles indoctrinating their kids to be left. This principle saying you shouldn't serve in the army and and so I think the schools etcetera which I think they also they should be welcome and you should engage with their ideas but yes yes. That's right Eh. Actually much more fragmented. It's not so black and white but but yes. The religious school system is more blatantly indoctrinate than reliance on certain issues on other issues as you know and some indoctrinated overt and some his less conscious. I think the one thing that we can all agree on is that there is no more beautiful sound than velcro ripping off a felt healthy. It's just a wonderful sound. Listen.

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"That song is single by those. Oh Ginsburg AK Zohar GINSBURG AKA trust the lady. We'll we'll be listening to Zo Ginsburg over the course of the show in eager anticipation of his show. Next Tuesday December tenth at ten thirty at night at Seventeen Chevra. And now it's time for a first discussion. So Oh allison is the solution to put guns in the Coliseum of winner take all Mono Amano personal runoff elections and see which of the two men survives so they say that necessity is the mother of invention. And if you're looking for proof of that just take a look at all the creative ideas that have been suggested to haul us out of our present political quagmire. President Rivlin had the idea of letting Benjamin Netanyahu become prime minister on indefinite leave of absence while being tried for bribery and breach of trust with against as quote Deputy Prime Minister acting as real prime minister anonymous. Mk's have pitched the idea of offering. Netanyahu carte blanche launch immunity from prosecution in exchange for his resignation fat chance next Likud leaders including speaker of the Knesset. Yuli Edelstein have lately suggested that Netanyahu be allowed to be prime minister for five or six months just enough time for him to annex Jordan Valley after which he'll recuse himself shore and then of course course get inside has proposed lightning primaries and the Likud for Party leadership with a plan of replacing Netanyahu and forming a national unity government all within a week or two also not so likely but of all the failed creative ideas for meeting our present political crisis the one that is attracted the most interest for the longest amount of time. I'm was first proposed a long long month ago by the leader of the Mizraki ultra-orthodox Party. Rei Dairy so his idea hold direct elections for the premiership. Between Netanyahu. Again's this would take place after both parties signed a binding agreement to form a coalition Together. No matter who wins the election they promised US Darius thinking went like this both the Likud and blue and white say day want to form a coalition together but the only thing they disagree on. WHO's going to be prime minister and win? So why not let the people decide if Netanyahu is elected that would undermine the argument on the left that he shouldn't be allowed to serve under indictment because most voters. I don't think it's a problem. Why should the politicians make it a problem after all the law does allow him to serve under indictment? If Ganz's elected that will solve the problem of Netanyahu's Likud Likud will surely replace him as party leader before the next election. It's a win win. Deal right so from the start. The idea was meant to be sort of a one off. Add Hawk solution to our crisis this the next elections would return to the regular parliamentary system. We're used to but excited about dairies. IDEA head of the new right party. Neftali Bennett began immediately. Lobbying for its implementation and still the idea stalled. Lately though the idea has resurfaced in a slightly different form backed by Netanyahu in this proposal well if after any election negotiations failed to produce a coalition. And that's what pretty much has happened. The heads of the biggest parties automatically entered these direct correct mono mono elections sound so much. Oh right miles. Pretty much in which the winner receives an additional twelve members of Knesset the number number being an additional ten percent on top of the already elected one hundred twenty Knesset members who knows how you choose twelve members of Knesset but I think that the winner would just cheuse gift to choose the twelve people queue. You you're exactly with the endorsement of the popular vote and these extra twelve representatives. Whoever they may be the winner should then have no uh-huh problem forming a stable coalition? This proposal was meant to be a permanent change in Israel's election system. Not just an ad hawks fix for our present crisis some some version of this sort of system giving the winner fixed number of additional parliament. Seats has been tried in other places like France for local elections Greece San Marino. Which Mitch I only know? Because of the Eurovision and Sicily Benito Mussolini by the way came to power in Italy in nineteen twenty four under an extreme version of the system. I don't think that's a great argument in favour stable. He was leader for Awhile. So all you have to do see the appeal of a system like this is remember that in a week's week's time we are most likely going to begin. Our Third Knesset election campaign in a year. And if today's polls are TB believed these third elections will produce use the same exact same deadlock face today. So has the time. Come to start thinking out of the box about basic fundamental foundational change in the way we choose our leaders if the old system seems to have ground to a halt. Should we replace it with a new direct election system that will at the very least produce a government any government which seems to be more than we're able to accomplish right now. Well look I think the fear of a third round of elections to me is less terrifying defying than ad hoc solutions that are Jerry rigged in the middle of a pressured situation and particularly I. I think that almost all the solutions that are being proposed right now. Especially from Netanyahu's camp are in more or less obvious ways designed to serve Netanyahu including the one that You know the Motto Amount Popular Road. They think it'll be kind of a celebrity Contest to now is much better known to the public than gone. He has his followers. They I think leading in the polls. I think he'll win that election. And then you know if you give them an extra twelve seats he can form any kind of government that he feels like again. I think it's disingenuous dishonest. I if we go to the direct election suggestion we had direct elections in two elections before that was abolished. The outcome of that was very clear. Are that the large political parties at the time. The Labour Party and Likud lost many many seats and were forced to cobble together. Coalition's with many more small parties and and they never really recovered. That's part of the problem that we have today can be traced back to that earlier so they were up in the thirties and forties after that they were in the teens and twenties twenties. You know this time. They broke the thirty barrier again. But it's not the Labor Party anymore. Was this new thing. That was cobbled together. The blue and white party so I think that turned out to be detrimental and that's why it was abandoned. It didn't serve the big parties and they found their ways to get that law cancelled because people could vote for a small party for something specific. Issuers she works civic leader that was close to their heart and say hey. I'm picking the Prime Minister with my other. My other vote so that didn't serve. Well I think if we want to redesign the Israeli government and and change the definition of what the executive for vis-a-vis the legislature vis-a-vis the judiciary that is worth investigation and there are people who've investigating for years but those are things you should do in moments of calm. That's that's when you have time to think it through. Try to imagine all the implications and started decide. What's best political school? Reform always faces the obstacle that the people in power are the ones who got there because they know how the current system works and how to exploit it to get into power so usually the last people that want to make those kind of large-scale reforms. I will say the last point been going on for a long time. What I heard yesterday on the news all throughout the day was this idea of Netanyahu being prime minister for five or six months and the new spin and again this is spin because every single include person interviewed and all different channels and other stations said the exact same thing sir? All working from from the same page of the same same talking exactly was that Netanyahu will mentor Benny guns for five or six months after they all said because Bennigans and they set fire which in the army as a term where you have someone who everywhere they're everywhere but you know. It's a standard army. Evan overlap for the person send a train. The next person in the army people changing jobs every year six months. So I'm minister internship. That's all us and you could see the reporters who are just tired of reporting warning the same story day after day starting Hugo hello interesting. That's interesting so that that was partly picked up upon because for for the first time over the last couple of days. There have been a few kind of famously leftist reporters slash political slash pundits. Who have said you know what blue blue and white really should consider letting donyo run for the first five months.

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Call Your Girlfriend

10:37 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"It but like the Senate isn't going to go for it right or like Oh it's all cosmetic and the reason Nancy Pelosi was so hesitant she thinks it's going to backfire electorally and it's just like that the fact that this at least the Ukraine threat of the story began with trump trying to take down biden and I'm just like wow is this the only thing that Ivanka's dad and I agree about is like we really just want Joe Biden out of this race at any cost I think like truly you know not not to really like search for points of similarity here because no but the fact that like this story is about people who have been around in politics along time being called out for like you know helping to secure some legal but questionable favors for the people in your family's is like wow like this this is not an inquiry that popped up when we were all protesting because of your immigration policies which have not changed this is something that has to do with this kind of ongoing corrupt legacy that has not changed one iota in decades right we're a word an actual word it's also just like exposing so much of you know the thing that everybody I think suspects who is a civilian is that our political actors to not have good and pure motives who are you saying the scam is in fact structural is that we put on a hat or Ooh my grocery curious secure I would say and so that is that's definitely concerning to me I don't want to be someone who was always cynical about politicians people get into public life to do good things or whatever but at the same time like is that what you're in it for or are you like you just want to be president like you were trying to have like this is a way to deploy to half power and deploy power and so which is not always about but I do think of something that like you should think about all the time but in moments like these when it's obviously in the interest of the people to have our politics uh-huh held accountable to watch other politicians make political arguments for why that's on an expedient thing to do is a very irritating right the other side effect of this which we talked about a little bit on tour is like the chilling experience of like reading transcripts Rudy Giuliani text messages like like I don't know there's something about like like catching up and seeing some of the documentation that has become public about like these shady dealings with Ukraine and being like wow this is just like this is these are actual the people who are like communicating. I don't know there's like and I don't I don't even say that in terms of like having a humanizing effect but it has that like like the smoking gun that like website from an internet ago which was like we're publishing the you know the actual legal documents or the tour riders or the actual transfer rips from certain things that's kind of how it felt to me and I'm like maybe I'm just like documents nerd but like on a level of seeing where the inquiry is going to go even if it doesn't lead to this horrible president leaving office it's sort of like I am just like both pre second and fascinated can't look away by the internal respondents and documents that are going to come out as a result of the inquiry right I just I just hope that it all matters because the thing that is very true in this presidency but I think that was the place that we were hurtling towards anyway and this presidency is just a symptom of that is that we're really coming to a place where facts don't matter and nobody has shame anymore faxomin matter and bad actors bon doing bad things and nobody is holding them accountable. It's so interesting to watch it's just interesting to me to watch this Giuliani thing happen the president himself being called out on the fact that maybe he is in a quid pro quo situation with Ukraine and then go on camera and perpetuate the in China right just done it somewhere else you know and I'm just like nobody am I the only one who is weirded all of this like N- nothing matters and nobody cares it's just this feeling of feeling overwhelmingly like like that feeling that you have when you're maybe a teenager maybe you're a little younger are and you've been like really taught to trust authority and then you watch people in authority just be complete buffoons and you're like oh no nobody is good and nobody is righteous like what's going on here I am having that feeling all over again it's like do I want to see everyone who's implicated here like bedecked with and whatever absolutely but the thing that I keep thinking about is how this is the kind of stuff the genie that you can't put back in the bottle now everyone is misbehaving and so what is going to stop like even a Democrat from doing from pulling these kinds of antics because the thing with job Dan as much as I you know I would also like to see him not hear a thing that is true is that during the Obama Administration his son was a lobbyist and that's something that we all greed was like fine if we like you know they had like minimum disclosures was that really fine for the time probably not which is why we're dealing with it in this like completely d friend like awful way right now and so I just don't ever want to have this like skepticism for people who politically disagree with me I'm just seeing a lot of breath the behavior of people in power clinging onto their power that's something that doesn't have a political party I do agree with that and at the same time I think about people who make the argument that I'm going to paraphrase that it would be like essentially easier for Democrats if every every Democrat is fell in lockstep behind whoever is in charge of the party and there was no dissent and no argument about the moral right thing to do in the way that all of these never trump people have just fully fallen in line behind and trump and Mitch McConnell who are like you know that's why he can be openly like proposing a quid pro China even as he's under investigation because Ukraine it's like people in his own party we don't care right and I do think that like at least at least for the time being on like a party wide level like there is one party that is like not fully in lockstep and I'm like yeah that's annoying when we're trying to get things done for sure I don't always love it but like at the end of the day I'm like I see that as a benefit I don't I don't WanNa be like affiliated with people who are like we do do do we have to do to prop up the person the head of our party because that's the only way this works all fall in line and maybe that's like a fundamental you know maybe I'm not a team player is what I'm getting oh that's a no for me dog Can I tell you the best part of this entire thing though which I'm always happy when there was a moment of levity like this in that's news for me so notable bad person Rudy Giuliani was paid half a million dollars by Ukrainian American basically like a henchman like his Tade Rudy Giuliani half a million dollars I this is my translation of the news I was like tell me what this man does but I was like henchman the right word here to essentially like the metal and US foreign relations for the president but an guess what the company that paid him was called tell me rod guarantee no saying name screaming why did I invented this like what's also why is my llc nor called fraud guaranteed this is your t trump's reelection slogan really wow let's hope they haven't trademark that because it would be apps this is too good it's to the biggest regret of my life I don't have a back for five hundred thousand dollars signed by fraud guarantee it's too on the nose everything is too on the nose I don't have anything else to say about this except that it's l. moving too slowly for me and I don't appreciate parties in lockstep those are my only takeaways about impeachment at the end of the day is like every everyone's added I still don't appreciate parties in lockstep well here's like one plug that I will make about impeachment is you it's very fascinating you know like a constitutional process that we have and so that's exciting to like learn about but if you want to listen to a podcast about impeachment you should listen to slow-burning season one that is all about the Nixon impeachment almost proceeding basically and the reason that I go back to that is because that's when I realized I was like Oh all of this shit takes way too much time is fast nothing fast so it's like read up about next slow-burn is great like all seasons I was like oh great there's oracle context for this and also instead of freaking out about the news learn about history wow hot tip tip.

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"That song as Adana Sligo by the band yes la. Hover hip indie bands that play young people or Liturgy that on one foot is why I love Israel all the rest of the commentary. Now let us go and learn Don. What has the prime minister been up to lately as he accepted the mandate to form a new government from President Rivlin Prime Minister Netanyahu displayed a charming flash and what was almost self-deprecation he said thank you Mr President. I accept the task you assign me. I do this with the knowledge that is not the case that I have greater prospects of forming the government but rather let's say my inability is slightly less than member of Knesset glances inability because neither of us will be able to form a government unless we do it together. A unity government is the call the hour that was a quote Netanyahu went on to say that after a hard fought and vituperative election it's time for national reconciliation as he continued speaking however it sounded as though he was either launching his campaign for a third round of elections or preparing already to blame blue and white for the failure to form a unity government enforcing the country to go to the polls again today's meeting with Avigdor Lieberman as we speak to see if they can work out some kind of deal and my sources tell me that behind the scenes. Netanyahu has been working overtime to get Labor to come into a right wing ultra Orthodox government with them to no avail so far but that would allow them to form a government without blue and white after all the first the campaign stump speech a national unity government is needed. Netanyahu said to face three big pressing challenges I challenge to our security the only to Iran's foot SPA and recent adventurism attacking Saudi Arabia international ships and shipping lanes and reviving its nuclear program second challenge to our economy me that the Iranian threat brings on Israel as we will need to devote much more money to defense third. US President Donald Trump's deal of the century that will allow Israel finally to set permanent borders and reach diplomatic agreements with our neighbours presumably including the Palestinians because these challenges are so pressing Netanyahu went on he he seeks a government based on real cooperation and equality with guns and the prime minister said this government will have interesting arrangements of the sort raised referring referring to Rivlin suggestion that we discussed in the first segment in other words at the moment anyway. Netanyahu's signaled that he might be willing to Bartlett away his prime ministerial authority should he be indicted. Felonies wants the long awaited and delayed hearings began yesterday are concluded or at least one could interpret it that way but with Netanyahu one when should expect that the spin machine has already figured out a way to keep Netanyahu in charge until an only if he is convicted in the negotiations in which the Likud is represented by I levine perhaps the last person would choose if the goal was to build trust. Likud insisted that the new unity government would include it in your entire coalition of right-wing and ultra-orthodox Iraq's parties and all of their fifty five seats and that Netanyahu would sir I in the rotation presumably for two or more years whether it will include anybody else besides blue and white or everybody else was not clear guns the head of the party which received the most seats in this election would be a minority figure in the new government now there are reasons to doubt Netanyahu sincerity as already heard and how I frame these issues from one thing back in August. The Prime Minister wrote a column Israel Yoma headlined there will be no unity government government also Iran was already a threat back then the economy was already fragile. The deal of the century is probably already even back from printers for quite a while so the prime minister's ostensible change change of heart due to external circumstances is hard to accept as sincere he also as a well earned reputation for being guided more by expediency than scrupulous honesty. It's the and integrity that said over the past week. Netanyahu has made every appearance genuinely seeking to coax into coalition in the waning hours before Rosh Sunnah he phoned guns and employed in to meet after the holiday to negotiating interfaith he also let it be known that if his efforts to entice blue and white into a national unity coalition Russian fail he will return the Mandate to Rivlin to President Ruslan well before his October twenty third deadline. I tried he will likely say but I could not overcome the recalcitrance of guns and his negativism for heaven's sake. The man went to London just to avoid talking to me at S- initially he said he would return the mandate yesterday but so far he still holding onto it. So what are we think was prime. Minister is now smart to accept a mandate from President Rivlin. What do you think is game is now wow and how do you think guns should respond. Of course he's going to accept the mandate from President Rivlin. I mean this is Bibi Netanyahu. I'm sure on some level that key figured that you know he'll he'll be able to manage a way to put it together just overtaken by events since we've sat down and recorded this the meeting between Netanyahu and Lieberman has ended did with no no result. The meeting took less than an hour. I wonder if they actually ever even spoke one word to each other but you know a lot of people were shaking in their boots that you know maybe the Likud has something on Lieberman they'll find some way to strong arm and back into the right wing block so that didn't happen and the other news which is relevant to this conversation nation is that the speaker of the Knesset Yuli Elstein says that Netanyahu has agreed to take a leave of absence as being temporarily incapacitated if indicted which which could be an opening back to riverland suggestion right right yeah so. I heard that that interview with this morning. That's not really what he said. The headlines are a little bit misleading thing he really said that in certain circumstances he could imagine that it would be proper for a prime minister to accusing Prime Minister. It was all something something that he can he was. He was very careful to make sure it was not something he very much on message. Likud is very tight with their messaging and I think that hedging it so much is to served is so that we can't have a video clip later showing them promising that he would slat assign is also a straight shooter and he he was prevaricating but he was making it clear fear that he was not able to say exactly what headlines ended up quoting him as saying listen. If we got God forbid heaven forbid to to to to a third election Netanyahu would have to work very very hard as he's doing right now to show that he did every single thing possible in his you know his whole bag agam tricks in order to prevent that election he does not want which is kind of would be the common theme and it's been borne out by polling that if there is again heaven I feel like I need to spit spit into something when I say this if there is a third election that the that the electric will a heavily punished Netanyahu and the Likud for dragging them into this mess that they will be the people full that will be blamed and so you know he has no choice but to jump at what appears to be every possible opportunity to have it not happen. I think that Netanyahu doing exactly what a politician in his position would do and should do. He's got a few tracks going on the one hand. He's trying to just exactly like you said to make team as though he is leaving leaving no stone unturned in creating a broad national unity government and what does the national unity government if it doesn't include everyone he argues that is of course ridiculous but that's his argument so so so I have already I have already harnessed my colleagues to the right to in in their willingness to join the national unity government and it's only gones and his people totally be your new Spineta last show so onto a do it in a minute earpieces. Keep so one thing that one thing that Netanyahu is is doing is trying to set up frame the issue so that he cannot be blamed if we go to a third election and the other thing he's trying to do is literally leave no stone unturned earned in negotiations and he is talking to everyone that moves he is contacting people in blue and white who he thinks he can perhaps bribe into leaving their party and to joining a block with him on the the right wing people who have traditionally been right wing. He is speaking to the to the Labor Party. He's trying. He was his goal in meeting with Lieberman. Today was to try to persuade him to join and that is something that I think politician. His position should be doing. That's what he's doing. He's almost certainly going to fail. He doesn't seem to have illusions that he's he's going to succeed but he's fighting the fight. He's doing pressing politics the way that a politician should well except I think we have to step back from it and and realize how much we're all kind of sucked is into how bb tries to frame the issues because there is something else that he could do he could step back and say I want. What's best for the party. I want what's best for the nation and I'm going to let the Likud go ahead and join a government with blue and white and with Avigdor Lieberman without me. I'm going to go fight my personal POL my prosecution and try I to prove my innocence and I will make my return to politics later but as you said Alison he has to be free. You will be forced out of politics if he's not prime minister so what's driving arriving. All of this is his own personal self interest now. He believes that he is the best thing for the country but I think that's MEGLOMANIAC. Meglomania has reached a point where he believes he he is the country could message sheet has an answer for you don which they are repeating over and over again today to. Likud is a democratic party eighty they have democratically elected Benjamin Netanyahu as their head they are not going to allow their political enemies or the other side or Lupita against it it to undermine their democratic process and force them to be head themselves of their democratically elected leaders so you don are anti democracy okay that is Prime Minister Netanyahu now listen to this tire. You live there harvey. How're you leads the Dubai Z. Who Ha- who the code offset I don't I don't know.

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"prime minister" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister" Discussed on Skimm This

"Complex stories of the day and giving you the context on why they matter burst the U._k.. Has a new prime minister and he has a pretty long to do list. We'll connect the dots. What's on what's in store for Boris? Johnson starts tomorrow then the trump administration is proposing a new rule that could cause over three million people to lose their food stamp benefits. We'll give you the details and finally the W._W._e.. Has a new champion and she's making history. We're here to make your evening smarter. Let's skim this. The most complicated story today is about Boris Johnson the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom he was declared declared the winner earlier today after his party voted on who should get the job. This comes just two months. After Theresa May announced she would be stepping down from her post. Johnson takes over ten Downing Street tomorrow but when he moves in he won't have much time to settle in and arranged is the furniture here he is in his first speech. After the vote was announced original eventual times this morning there are new incoming leader they win coming leader has ever faced such daunting set of circumstances it said so today we're going to get into the three rebe issues on Johnson's play Brexit Iran and the U._K.'s relationship with the U._S.. I.

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"prime minister" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Hit of where where we've come in these years that you have been prime minister having gender-balanced cabinet. What has been the biggest learn learning experience for you on this issue is there anywhere where you've said I had these high goals. I thought if I made my cabinet equal men and women we would achieve X, and we haven't like what has been the biggest stumbling block on that. Well, I think there's there's there's two things that I've learned one positive one negative one is how eager men are to be allies to women, but how much uncertainty there is about how to do it or whether it's okay to do it. And I think one of the conversations we're seeing more and more is men stepping up and asking how to be allies and figuring out how to be better allies. And that's something that has been a positive surprise. The challenge I found is having had a broad any more diverse cabinet. We are having challenges around retention now challenges around people who are saying, wow, I came into cabinet minister. But the the context were in the way politics is played is a lot more difficult. It's still the old way of doing things we need to think about how we change the the way the workplace works and ice hours. You have to be there or the hours expectations schedule that work life balance? There's there's a whole number of things that are shifting. And. Just telling you that. Yes. There's pressure on this there. No one has said they're going to leave. We don't change. But there are homosexuals about making the workplace, which quite frankly, parliament or elected office is one of the most grueling jobs that you have the demands are incredible. And it's also a reflection of of this generation men and women who want to be more president present in their kids lives. More have a better quality of life. Be able to better do their jobs. There's a reflection coming of not just bringing in diversity, but actually responding to the changing nature of the workplace because of that diversity. Because of the demands of it, are you worried that if that doesn't change that you will lose some of those few limit female ministers or that you won't be able to continue attracting them. I'm confident we're going to be able to make changes. What about your dad? You said something at the beginning that struck me you said, I don't know if my dad was a feminist former prime minister because of the times. But what did he teach you that you think has made you a feminist and has made you take these actions who taught me about the fundamental rights of every individual. He brought in Canada's charter rights and freedoms says part in trying to our constitution, individual rights and freedoms that are protected and sacrosanct and that frame of respecting and defending people's rights, even if it's politically unpopular, even if it's difficult and challenges the status quo, whether we're talking about LGBT rights or maternal rights or broad range of things, we know I know that Canada has thrived because we are a country that defends people's rights. Let's talk about the metoo movement because it's more than that a moment. This summer you responded to allegations that you inappropriately touched a female reporter eighteen years ago. You said you do not recall that, but you said you felt that you acted not feel that you acted inappropriately. But that you respect the fact that someone else might have experienced it differently. You have since called sexual harassment. Systemic problem has the metoo movement changed how you lead. Absolutely. I think a respecting and leaving room for multiple voices. And multiple experiences is essential in our conversation year. Whether it's the unfounded cases, the get dismissed by police services across across our country or had been dismissed across country or the the disbelief with which a survivor has is treated when she comes forward with her story, we need to start from a place of support and belief and and and move forward in a way that is respectful and. That changes how we engage in our workplaces cages how we lead changes. How we how we treat one another and how we become more aware of the power dynamics inherent and just about any situation. Have you had conversations with with your wife, for example, about this as a leader?.

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Science Show

"Hope was the first to host the event way back. And now Scott Morrison, just weeks in the job, and this is how he spoke at the prime minister's prizes of science on Wednesday last. Well, thank you very much. And what am I looking at here? Always great minds all dressed up to the nine. He looked fantastic. It's great to have you here, and I'm pleased to see you getting a nod out. Closeted a wild. I during the experiments on the computers working through all the Mizen things that you do going into your own minds and coming out the other side. And you know the person who must fascinated me about science was captain cook. You, Mark. Why tapping took well, yes. He was an amazing Guida and he's voyages discoveries allege injury. But when you read Cook's journals and you read about him, you discovered that he was actually a scientist, and that's what he should be remembered for more than anything else. An enquiring mind, a mind that wanted to pass on that knowledge, a mind that wanted to explore the boundaries. I don't know if you know this, but James t Kirk from Star Trek. Was actually is not kidding, was modelled on James Cook as scientists you'd go where we haven't been before you dare to imagine the things that others haven't now it's true. I actually do have a science degree. It's true. What I hate to disappoint you is an applied science. Social sciences is an economic geography, but that's it. The is on is what I used to put on the card many, many years ago. And I've always felt like I should have changed it to something else because I never really thought of it in the same way as those of you do here, but I was passionate and I was interested and I did believe, and I did wanna learn, and I did want to know the prime minister, Scott Morrison skirmish did not wear a fluoro- jacket or white coat, but he wasn't character as you heard with that boffin business and was pleased to greet. The main winner of the science prize emerges professor Kurt limbic from the new, the man for whom the earth moved as the papers put it on Thursday, but Kurt had an unlikely beginning in Wollongong New South Wales a family with little money and only a bit of a fluke that got him started back in the fifties? Yes, spent a one gong high school, and that was probably the best thing that happened to me at that point because it was a selective high school. And I think essentially a good. System of education where I suddenly learned lots of things that I hadn't even thought about science. Okay. Yes, it was my introduction to signs, physics was particularly well taught. It was a lot of experiments. It was one class where the girls so you could actually concentrate on the physics. Did you find the goals distracting then how do you expect me on? So. Enjoy their company. And then when you decide to get to the university of New South Wales surveying was your course how come my headmaster didn't have much hope for my future. I think I did reasonably well at school, but he didn't seem to think of us up too much good. And he recommended I should learn a trade or something about my first job was in the port Campbell steelworks I was going to be trained as Mitch, religious, and in those days worked unity. And did you study sit nights? And I've found working in the steelwork environment into blast furnaces UP the at the coalface of taking your samples out doing and how is this? I really didn't see much of a career there. So I was offered a job as a trainee surveyor with a local surveyor in woollen gong. And I did that for a while. And again, I saw no real prospects air. I guess what was happening to me was that I was beginning to see that there was more than live than what I'd been used to. And I was searching for something to get out of a if you like, and I saw advertisements by the New South Wales government's department of civil Lance and main roads and water board calling for young people who wants to be surveyors and they would put him through university,.

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Global Politico

"Uh an and this is a strange thing because we're political rivals i don't know if you're not listeners understand in israel i compete with netanyahu during the elections it's a zerosum game you vote for him or for me um yet i think for the good of israel uh i would not want to see netanyahu stepped down because of uh you know for criminal investigation reasons i won all free elections under another and i have to say he he is has been a prime minister for very long ago for a very long time in the and dan you know that that is pretty unique on on the global stage so you say you'd like to be prime minister someday what do you think israel most needs in a leaner right now well i think uh two elements israeli israelis want someone who can run the country well um i also think that it's time for someone who can oppose a a an example uh on unknown values and the way we conduct ourselves and that was what i was alluding to when i said uh that than on a moral basis some in of people ought not to take gifts the so but i'm ultimately that's the decision of the voters so i would want to be a leader by example and also to run the country well not it's two different things uh i'm not sure though why i mean the on the example part i'm not sure that is a major element in in the political world anywhere in it right now and he read there is no good examples and no i i it's it's some after i said vowed i started thinking about it a bit more and i'm not sure that's something that voters care about that much.

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Global Politico

"Tony tonio um i intend to be the prime minister of israel um i've got a lot of work to do because of uh for for many reasons it's very tough from my current position to to reach that um but absolutely i do not intend to uh uh the arrival of netanyahu i think he's doing a fair job we've had our disagreements etcetera but i think gaza prime minister certainly do in a fair job so i stand behind him but if he steps down i absolutely intend to contend and become the next prime minister well it after netanyahu people expected there would be kind of a major a reorganisation on the right and uh you you alluded to some of the challenges that you have one of them as i understand it right is that your party at jewish home which is a member of the prime minister's coalition has a lot of extremely conservative uh uh figures in its base who might be a challenge for you as you face in general election electorate in israel that that's correct than though i of a significant task to revamp might party to open it up you know stoorikhel might party was the party of orthodox jews modern orthodox jews in israel um and i came in i said not not no that's not our mission i was let sort of a nobody kyw noone knew who i am an and by the way tell our listeners i made you you were very close to prime minister netanyahu at t tell ya second story of how you might might to secondstorey uh thirty seconds grew up in israel uh my english is because my parents a bar from san francisco berkeley and it's not just because they're great student knows fortunate uh and the in fact they were the ultraleft wingers in oh my my grandfather i think was along with communist the opinions than the san francisco in the fifties and sixties said not very popular and away they came man.

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"prime minister" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister" Discussed on The Global Politico

"A circled the wagons in behind the prime minister and do feel that there is a witchhunt and then sort of a um a quality behind him and therefore his support in fact is growing as a result of the in you mean independents roles in the public polls yuck out well that's led some people to think that he might call elections even earlier snap elections in order to shore up by his base he might than the you think that's a real possibility it's a possibility uh there's only one person who who knows if he does in the tim um it he can in israel the prime minister is very very powerful if he is determined to go to elections there will be election so he i by the way think it would be a mistake we've got uh we've gotta government that's been running for about two years and eight months saw a bit more than half of the full term but um i i think it's bad for any state to any country to go on a to frequent elections now we need stability well you've had a remarkable degree of stability under prime minister netanyahu he's already become that longestserving prime minister since uh david bengurion and die as is in challenging rain odds range to actually beat that record i think it's 2019 rate uh that finish so that would have him surpassing that record and yet this crisis around the investigation wherever it lead has certainly led people into a conversation about what comes after bb and uh you know you you can't say this but i can't lots of people talking about you as a future prime minister of israel is that is that something that you one day would like to see yourself challenging for yes um after the era of not.

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