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"republic austria" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:29 min | 11 months ago

"republic austria" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Was Carla Bruni, talking to Monaco's Fernanda, I go super psycho. Let's continue now with today's newspapers joining me for the globalist in the studio is a political journalist and author terraced esne good morning Terry. Good morning. Good to have you with us. Thank you. Let's look at the papers and there was chewing and throwing like you would not believe here in the United Kingdom yesterday about gas prices and energy prices. Yes, this is a kind of slightly bizarre political row that features on certainly the front page of The Daily Telegraph and also the front page of the times. And it's talking about the clash between two senior government ministers. So the business secretary, who was doing interviews on Sunday yesterday, quasi quartan. And the Chancellor Rishi sunak. And just a sort of extraordinary kind of briefing war between these two politicians who are trying to deal with the problems caused by shortages of fuel and difficulties for all sorts of industries in the UK. Now essentially the business secretary said, oh, well, look, we're talking to the treasury. We're trying to get more money to help businesses, particularly ones that use lots of fuel, so people, for instance, in things like steel, things like ceramics are very worried that they might have to shut factories down. And then within an hour or so, the treasury treasury sources denied that there had been any conversations between the business department and the treasury. And much further on the accused, the state treasury source said, this is not the first time the business secretary has made things up in interviews to be crystal clear the treasury are not involved in any talks. So it was a very bizarre thing for the treasury to effectively say, look, we're not having any talks with the business department about what we do to help our industries. It's incredible isn't it? Stop lying in interview says one department to another in the middle of all this, we have all manner of vital industries here in the United Kingdom, saying we are going to have to lose jobs. We are going to have to cut production. We are going to have to scale back. It's become a very serious thing. And some people are suggesting that actually, these cutbacks could be permanent. Well, that is the risk is this is the political route that makes the front pages when you turn to the inside pages. So for instance, here in the times, got a double page spread on worries about shortages. So in a big picture of a Turkey, this is Turkey. This is emblematic of the whole issue isn't it? Will we get it? Will the United Kingdom will Brits have a Turkey on their Christmas table on the 25th of December? It's a bit of overrides any long term more permanent as you say. More seriously here. Two sectors, ministers of most worried about are steel and chemicals. And as you say, they are worried. That factories, if they can't afford the fuel to be running things like a ceramic factory, which obviously uses a huge amount of energy will cost them a lot more money than it used to, that these factories may have to shut down and that they may not be able to reopen in the short term. And even next door, households will have to get used to higher food prices the head of Kraft Heinz has said. So, you know, higher prices for baked beans and ketchup and so on. So although the times has done a valiant effort to say, you know, there are other shortages of other things in other places and lists all of this through the papers. The British situation is not great. It is not great. Not often that. Either, I'm spotting a pattern. Let's have a look at the Financial Times. This is the sort of the post mortem of the CDUs defeat in the elections a couple of weeks ago. The struggle that the CDU has to get out of Angela Merkel's shadow. It was a pretty big shadow. Let's be honest. Yes, that's right. And I know you've already been hearing about the political instability in Central Europe more generally, and there's a whole page here with the Czech Republic, Austria. But this is the CDU is according to the FT trying to assign blame for what it calls it a disastrous defeat and saying that although Merkel will go down in history as one of Germany's most successful chancellors. Her defeat has become for conservatives in indelible parts of her record now. This is kind of partly to be expected once you lose an election. Everybody normally fights like rats in a sack about what went wrong and who they should blame for it. But it is quite interesting because this article is suggesting that many senior people in the CDU said that Merkel is partly responsible because although she stepped down as party leader in 2018, but stayed as Chancellor. It meant that the potential successors first crab camera, then I'm in lashes. Weren't really able to emerge from her shadow. And you know, they're suggesting that this is really causing big problems in the CDU as to which direction they're going to go into and how they are going to try and rebuild themselves after this election defeat and how they make themselves more distinctive. Do they stay more to the center or do they go further to the right and go more conservative, which is, it is the argument that you expect a former governing party to have once they are no longer likely to be the governing party. Indeed. And the rest of the price, especially in Germany, the zoo doctor titling this morning is talking about what's happening with the coalition conversation. Yes, so the reason that the CDU are able to start having this internal routes because they're mostly the talks that are going on and this is a big sort of preview here of the talks continuing for the so called potential traffic like coalition, so the SPD, the greens and the FTP, the liberals. But this article here is really about the expectation management that they're trying to do for the journalists so the article starts off by saying look, we're not going to have any arrival photos for journalists. We're not going to tell you how these talks are going. We're not going to give you any constant briefing as it goes on. But they are sort of saying the party spokespeople are putting out there. These are the problems that we are likely to have. We are likely to have problems over what our budget would be as a government. We are likely to have disagreements over what we would do about climate change and so on. So everybody is really trying to lower the expectations of how well these coalition talks might go. Finally, apparently LEGO is removing gender bias from its toys. I like you thought that that wasn't a thing anymore. I thought just everyone was yellow. Well, this is so this is a story in the garden, which is an exclusive. They've had exclusive access to some research done for LEGO and LEGO saying it's trying to work to remove gender stereotypes from its toys. Yeah, as I said, my memory of LEGO, particularly from the 70s, it was a very Scandinavian. I remember the LEGO advert from the 1970s of a young girl in dungarees building things with LEGO. So I think they're trying to go back in a way to the original idea of LEGO, but they're saying there have been to be problems with behavior, parents more worried that their sons will be teased for playing with toys associated with the other gender, and they say Legos as they're working hard to make LEGO more inclusive and saying that traditionally, LEGO has been accessed more by more boys, but products like arts and crafts have been specifically designed to appeal to boys and girls, so they are trying to I think go back to Legos Legos original routes. Thank you very much. Indeed, Terry stem for joining us on the program. You're listening to the globalist..

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"republic austria" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

12:11 min | 1 year ago

"republic austria" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Why was i in hungary. And why was i in czech republic. Is people young people all young. I didn't. I didn't meet anybody over thirty. I don't think all young people watching you content reading preview stuff. we were at in prague. we're at a table of about twenty twenty five people twenties again. And i said they came to hear me speak but they may have been invited by a friend to come i did. I did not know whether they were all acquainted with me. So i just said i promise i will not in any way be hurt by your response but raise your hand if if you are familiar with much prager you content. Every hand went up and my wife took a picture of the hands up. A good idea on her podcast to keep your hands up please. This is in prague. In hungary at this conference conservative conference of young people. I met people from about a dozen countries and everyone were treated me like a long lost brother. I called up. Alan from hungary and i told him how moved i was and he got moved. It's not easy to move the living murder. But i he was. He should be his idea. Prager you this is an interesting question if it were my idea. What i've said estrin new have. Never i've never grappled with that question. And i i was. I was deeply moved because the ideas that we enunciate that. I've devoted my life to our our universal the american value system the american trinity e. pluribus onum in god. We trust liberty. That's that's all the country needs. That is all a country needs. And i tell i told us in all the countries i've spoken because they all have minorities every every country. Has this virtually no country in the world. I don't know if this japan ever minority. They probably do. But i'm not familiar with. Japan tends to be koreans very but i felt very few knowing that right in that they are regarded as different. Yes so for example there hungarians in in slovakia so i interviewed by slovak media and i mentioned that and i spoke about ipe. Love him that an address. This both to slow slovaks. Hungarians living in slovakia. If you're a hungarian living in slovakia you have every right and and it is a beautiful a few retain. The hungarian language and hungarian culture. And pass it on to your child. That is wonderful. But you're slovak you're not slovak ethnically your slovak nationally. That's the beauty of nationalism. The nation brings people of all backgrounds. Together that's what. The american dream is of equal river sued him for many one and in god we trust. None of the project of the west will work if we are secularized as you now see the breakdown of western values. The belief that beethoven is not great beethoven. His white is a product of the secular culture in which we live. I've spent my life on one theme the consequences of secularism. I've made some headway. But most people have been brainwashed into believing that the enlightened mind is secular. The mind of a fool is secular the mind foolish institutions secular. There are there are religious people who were foolish. There are individual secular people with the wisdom of the ages because they grew up in a world that affirmed the wisdom of the bible. But can you name me. One secular institution with wisdom name one. Oh university what. A great example. Thanks for mentioning it. Now as we are one codes for wisdom right the odds. Are you become stupid if you go to college. The odds are doesn't mean you will definitely it. Means the odds are who's produced all this hideous nonsense that is thought to your children in schools but the well educated one eight prager seven seven six anyway. Everything you give the prager you. This week is is is doubled. Prager you dot com eight three three prager. You help us fight fight. Those who helped the fighters and those who do nothing. That's how good people are divided those who help the fighters or as important as the fighters we're fighting so please help us. I'm dennis prager back from hungary. Slovakia and czechia is now known or czech republic ready for a great story so i rented a car and put a pash where we landed as i always do by the way. There was only one company that rented a car that you could drive from budapest to prague. Not hurts not avis national. The big three of the us a german company named sixteen s. I x t. My found to be wonderful and i'm a big supporter of supporting america. I mean i'm on the pre. I'm in the president's circle of hurts how much you have to rent. How often you rent be in the president circle but nothing. There was nothing available. They don't they didn't bother doing that anyway. We rented the car. And i wanted to get a to slovakia which is to the north of budapest capital of hungary. We were going to not only visit. Slovakia be interviewed there about We were going to visit a catholic priest. Slovakia's will religious country check. It's an interesting thing. I'll talk about next hour. The difference between czechs and slovaks one of the biggest differences is religious slovaks. Our religious as a general rule and the checks are the most secular people in europe which is quite something given have secular. Europe is so. I was worried about getting into slovakia. Why would i need to get in terms of covert and they have borders. Will you drive across. And they're a guards there. The they pay presumably check no pun intended. And so you're ready. This is wonderful. Priest wrote a letter in the slovak or slovakian. I guess it's slovak. I don't. I don't know if it's slow locker. Slovakia affirming fat. I needed to attend the funeral of my brother. Brought products love. no no into. What is it verna visiting. I am laminating this leather leather. This letter i'm debating whether to tell my brother my one sibling that i attended his funeral in slovakia this past week. I think you'll find it hilarious. I think i know my brother. Will i love these little things lot. And as it turns out we got to the border. The slovakian hungarian border hand there pat five army guys there and they look at us and all just wave. I didn't see by brother's funeral letter. After all. But i have definitely laminating it. I love these memories of travel. So if i if i couldn't get into slovakia was going to visit a newly made young friend in vienna at this conference if you could have been with me as as the proverbial fly on the wall you would have met young people from hungary. Let me see hungary. Czech republic Austria holland poland romania. Just ones that. I'm thinking of off the top of my head that would give you so much of a boost. What people need a booster shot at not not against covert. They need a booster shot against despair. I have zero despair. I am not mr optimistic. I know that the human race is pathetic. There are great individuals but as a collective stinks but the the great individuals really do give you especially when so young they really give you a booster shot and interestingly me quite older than they give them a booster shot which is why they come to hear me. You know that young people aac consciously or not young people ache for older people to be modeled because life is very confusing. So you need to see things that you want to emulate in an older person. Why do so many of you people ten years younger than me will call up the show. What half my whole life which is a third not my whole life. Thirty five years. I'm on radio. Dennis your like a father figure to me. And and i'm very touched by that and you know my line. Every man should aspire to be a father figure to younger men would have a much more beautiful world. How many leftists or father figures. It's an interesting question. People say chuck schumer. You know you're a father figure to me i am. I didn't even pick a weirdo. He's he he he's he's. He portrays himself as normal. George soros you are a father figure. It is an interesting question. Maybe there may be amro. Maybe maybe that is a reaction that they often get..

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"republic austria" Discussed on The Pineapple Project

The Pineapple Project

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"republic austria" Discussed on The Pineapple Project

"For people to have the perfect holiday. I look i think there is. You have to show a particularly now in in the social media age. There's this pressure to to get those amazing photos to show people that you having an amazing time. There's already enough pressure with holidays. Have everything live up to your expectations and not get robbed communist. Stretch out but now you also have to post the perfect photos that make your friends jealous and thank you so much cooler and worldly than them. Yup i can relate. I remember taking a photo sitting on the cliff in turkey. I mean it was stupid. It was risky narcissistic. And i only got thirty likes so now. Let's meet louise. She wrote into the first season of pineapple project a pledge to finally destroy her debt. From traveling i learned the hard way to budget and We've my life frequently. But i'm still paying for my twenty s at away paying for twentieth. That's when louise got her first credit card in theory for emergencies but she started relying on it to pay for all of the troops overseas. You see louise was hit by the travel bug pretty seriously in the space of a few years. She got her passport stamped in germany singapore czech republic austria italy spain thailand rouge easter island. And more. but it wasn't five star travel that caused louise's debt downfall. It was archaeological digs. You heard me louise's holidays. Who spent doing volunteer work with archaeologists. She not only gave away her labor for free. She actually had to pay them for the pleasure of getting covered in sweat and dirt and probably human remains. Like right is of the law stock. That's geology right. That doesn't sound particularly relaxing. Doesn't it's it's not but that's sort of the way that i roll like i'm not a result person like i do sort of explosives while i'm in them but i really like going to places where i can challenge myself and i also like learning languages if i can like dump myself in a remote place and somehow get out using my like megan language skills than i've won but you also challenged you credit limit. Yes max that you credit card. How so this happened. After there was an trip that i had paid up saved. Four which was minorca two months after i arrived back from that i immediately went off to thailand. Did another one. So then you just like a morning to a monitor's keep descending further. Yes dig ya out of that. I'm still digging my way out of that yet to be on us like because i'd write other credit mistakes like probably like the travel was the large chunk of it but yeah it was more of a case of like i didn't have good saving spending habits at the time. I don't regret it. But i do regret the fact that i'm still currently trying to pay off that like i've gotten pretty close roy. So she still paying off you paying off the thailand slash spain trip. Yes what in ask how much. How much was the debt that you got yourself for. That altogether was probably about eleven thousand but having said that that's also snowball into a whole bunch of other debt that they will use it because then the interest rates yeah the interest rate that yeah it was like hey this is like three or four percent of the person surprise. Now it's like twenty five. I should have paid that off sooner. But how much debt was it actually. So the actual debt was about sixteen thousand. I'm chipping away at that. I've got about two thousand left on that when when you travel do you Spend lots of money on gifts or souvenirs. I do well. I don't anymore but somehow picked up in my like growing up. Is that when you go on a trip. You buy little gift to everyone. That's close to you and when you have like a supposedly wide social network you buy something for everyone who loves me. I seriously i kinda stresses me out. Because i'm like okay. I have both my momma said. Both my sisters and mannesmann. Yeah exactly it starts to lot of time and a lot of money and a lot of luggage space. Yes yes gift on the trip. That i did to germany. I ended up like sending back boxes of stuff that i bought for other people and international postage a lot and went to gifts for other people that was like also an additional expense. I'd probably end up costing about six hundred dollars just sitting sending stuff back. I'm guilty of this. Every time i go away i always feel these massive burden to by each and every member of my family a gift something significant meaningful and always really expensive and then i give it to them. And they're like yeah. Thanks all the season. We've been getting advice from frugal expert. Dave gal he found ways to save more than half his average australian wage and has now basically retired in east duties. he's still gets going holidays and do heaps of other fun stuff. Dave also has a blog and a podcast about saving and spending money. It's called strong money australia. Travel can be one of these areas where we and not spending an absolute fortune. I mean people who are pretty good at saving now side maybe fifteen twenty thousand dollars over the cost of the app and then i'll spend it on a big holiday. I mean it works for them. But i enjoy doing that. But that's a that's a lot. I mean that's the thing you spend eleven months at works for any might be. I know that happy at works and looking for your one month of happiness when you're on holidays so it can be a bit of skype paper whereas if if you if you save that cost you might be able to retire early luck you. That's true but also i mean you can still have sorts of holidays so if you wanna travel internationally could travel internationally one year unlikely the next year. And then the next time you just use your annual lays to have a bunch of thomas scattered all throughout the because everyone's always signed. That don't have enough time to do anything. So have that we use on daniel elites have some will be more freedom right now like more long weekends and stuff like that. Who wouldn't enjoy that. You write type. It's weighing dies different options. The costs foles a lot. And you get the benefits of each of is things without actually missing out on anything. Change my mind. Set on a lot of things. And i'm gonna get serta and think about my life decisions how i ended up where i am. So what about louise. Who still paying off a huge travel debt from twenty. How has that changed attitude to travelling. It's more of a case of reassessing. What it what it means to have that experience and like when my partner and i do sort of like trips and things like that. We sort of assess like what is an indo add veteran. What does an extra adventus like what can be done within melbourne. That adds to this this exerience experience. Yeah that's that's the indo experience in extra experience is what can be done outside the borders of where we can have that experience so basically so when you want to do an haven't experienced with your partner. I ask yourselves. Can we actually have this experience or get what we want out of this locally without spending on the travel and so what's the answer. The answer is yes really like if you are curious and you like to explore things and you like to try and have new experiences. You can easily do that by going to a place that you hadn't been before looking up and looking and just noticing things to kind trading where you live like a tourist would if they were visiting..

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"republic austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"republic austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"After drugmakers, AstraZeneca and Fizer announced cuts to the number of doses intended for you countries. BBC's Gavin Lee is with us from Brussels and Gavin AstraZeneca and Fizer by on tech have both told the EU they're falling behind on vaccine supply targets. Why are they coming up short and how severe is the shortage expected to be? It's a good question, which officially from AstraZeneca. We don't know the exact hunter to. They've said simply that they volumes will be below what they expect for Europe. So Reading between the lines and speaking to European officials, who are you know the signs of the other end of the contract. They've said that AstraZeneca, which has the bulk of its production site in the UK, they have problems with a supply partner based here in Belgium at a partner plant. Now the use view on that is it doesn't matter where the vaccine comes from. You just reroute something else and get it to us because they used position is this we prepaid, if more than $300 million it is five months ago to have 80 million doses off the Cupid vaccine for 27 EU countries to share by the end of March. And as we understand it, it only looks like they'll get about 30 million doses delivered in that time. So what we've got now is frustration and dissatisfaction from the EU Commission with AstraZeneca on on top of that they use health Commissioner Stella Killer key. This has basically saying I don't like the explanation is given by the AstraZeneca bosses either saying that they've been vague, insufficient and tomorrow. After another meeting, they don't just want to know further clarity. They also want to know exactly how many doses have bean given out around the world who's getting them on, and they're looking now to have a transparency system in place where They want notification of where it's going to be just a feeling a little detail about how this would work. The YOU Health Commission is now saying that cos making covert vaccines within the EU block are gonna have to ask permission to export vaccines. A third party countries and that would include the U K, of course. Now in a post Brexit world. So so, Gavin, is it clear what effect that could have on the global supply? No, not permission. Notification and this is it. This is a different thing, but a very good point, actually, because there is sort of suddenly murky water here. The EU Commission of the moment off, saying that they will put out to all you members. Three idea that every single company that have plants in Europe a fighter has plants in Germany and Belgium. You need to notify the you and say it's going to the state, so it's going to the UK or elsewhere. Interesting. Though. Germany's Health minister Jens Spahn, went further this morning he was on German radio, and he said, I would like to see a situation where vaccines that leave that you need a permit. That would mean you have to get get approval from the EU. It's being played down in Brussels that any situation where the EU has control whether vaccines could go Of course, will have an effect on the British roll out the U. S role of given how tender the situation is right now given how few doses spare are going around And of course, these vaccine manufacturers have, in some cases negotiated deals with other countries as well, including the U. S. They have their contracts that helped to fund development of vaccines in the first place. I'm curious Gavin whether the companies are pushing back and saying, you know, these restrictions from the EU could interfere with our ability to meet obligations in other countries. Yeah, it's a good point. And what AstraZeneca, although said is, you know there's a volume issue. So you've got the worry from the UK, the U. S and elsewhere. Hang on. What if this turns into a permission system? What you've got is the likes of Italy, Greece, the Czech Republic, Austria, who all wrote recently to the YOU counsel, saying, Hang on a minute. You're not doing enough to speed up. Away for these vaccines to be used, for example. As well as the issues with AstraZeneca. It is worth saying at this stage that you hasn't cleared it for use Its medicines agency is due to make a decision on Friday. Now that he uses that won't affect the fact that they're still waiting for 80 million. Those is but you can't argue at the moment they are behind the UK and the US because of AstraZeneca because they haven't cleared it for use yet. It is an important point, although, as there is this sort of push and pull for for a limited supply of vaccines, at least at this point, I think in the bigger context cabin this is This is what people have been talking about when they point to the possibility of vaccine nationalism. In fact, we've heard the U. K's vaccine minister warned about what he calls the dead end of vaccine nationalism. So is this a sign of things to come? Do you fear as the vaccination campaigns were allowed around the world? Well, this is a point that was put to the you Commission spokesperson today is is you and nationalism? On vaccines becoming a thing to which they said, of course not. If this is about a fair system. In fact, there has been a slight precedent for all of this go back to march last year when Italy was really panicking, asking officially to the U to other countries to say help us. We need personal protective equipment. We need masks. Germany issued a law temporarily to stop its production of mass going elsewhere in Europe internally, so they kept hold of them leading to questions about solidarity..

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"republic austria" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"US Secretary of state might compare has bill named middle of Oprah this week you warning that the threat from China good welby worse than that posed by the Soviet Union at the height of the cold. War . Mr Pompeo's visits is taking in the Czech Republic Austria, , Poland, , and Slovenia. . This is what he said yesterday. . The contrast between free and unfree society has never been clear. . Free nations must work together to confront authoritarian threats. . Chief among those threats is the Chinese Communist Party and its drive to control people and information at our economies. . When a Balkans correspondent guided Loni has been following his journey. . Welcome back to the program guy good to have you with us. . <hes> I wipe out the with Slovenia with no disrespect obviously to the nation itself. . I think far enough I mean it's only two million people live here. . So it's not exactly huge, , but it is a NATO member and there is a family connection of course, Emma , and Mr. Pompeo . made that point in his opening remarks saying that he brought greetings for Melania trump who is noticeably absent from her homeland. . She was born in San Nitsa as Melania canals and she doesn't come back here very often. But . Mr Pompey's said she was very envious about <hes> him visiting nurse Levin in particular Lake bled where he was doing his news conference <hes> but. . The rather factors as well. . So Slovenia is at at the moment and this is I wouldn't say was out of character, , but it's just a matter of where how the political winds blowing here at the moment at the moment in the Prime Minister's office you've got somebody who thinks Mr trump is rather smashing fallow where prime, , minister. Yannis . Yansha uses twitter almost as enthusiastically as MR trump and spends quite a lot of that time. . Enthusiastically, , retweeting Mr Trump's tweets. . So if you're going to have a friendly audience in Europe at the moment of your representative of the trump administration <hes>, , then Slovenia's an office place to stop off so more than simply passing on greetings from floaters and enjoying a slap up lunch at Lake bled we've just heard there a clip from Secretary of State Pompeo. . Making China the real focus of his visit. . He really did, , and you only speak for about three or four minutes yesterday bend and I think at least two and a half of those minutes were spent <hes> really having a good old dig on against China before that. . He was speaking about well, he , was actually signing a declaration with the Foreign Minister of Slovenia about five G. Security, , and this is all part of pushing what the trump administration calls. . They're clean network program, , and this is an attack on Chinese. . Telecom. . Companies Chinese tech companies <hes> hallway in particular Zeti threatening for the Balkan they've both been very high profile targets of the trump administration and leave you signing up to this five of this clean network program. . You'll basically making a commitment, , you'll knocking to use any untrustworthy. . Vendors in your five G. Systems and the United States is saying it wouldn't have any of these vendors anywhere near any of its embassies went allowed anywhere near any of this State Department. Systems. . . A lot of come countries, , of course are not signing up to this, , but <hes> Slovenia has and it's <hes> got its five G. Network installed by. . As of last month, , take that way well has replied China Chinese commentators of wounded central and eastern Europe shouldn't be fooled. What . would describes Mike pompeo embracing an entirely entirely cold war mindset it is. . It is a dangerous thing. . Isn't it when you start going into the likes of the Czech, , Republic and Poland and Slovenia, , and START TALKING ABOUT IDEOLOGICAL THREATS Yes I'm you know he really has gone the full evil empire on? ? Am You when you talk about Cold War rhetoric either way that he's he's talking really as I mean, , as you heard in the clip there, , it sounds like something from the nineteen eighties a talks again chief among these threats as the. . Chinese. Communist. . . Party. . It's drive to control people and. . Information and our economies, , and it's it's again talking about freedom loving people and becoming a five G. Clean country as Slovenia has done today as solidifies staff position. . In this fight, , the tide is turning against the Chinese Communist Party in its efforts to restrict freedom for all of us and I think what's interesting guys of course he's not saying China he's specifically saying. . The Chinese Communist, , party so he's criticizing the the system of government and control rather than country and the people itself, , and that's I suppose the GATT out card <hes>. . But this is the way that the trump administration is going I recommend everyone to have a a good read of the clean network program just to see what they're saying in that <hes> and. . Quite apart from anything else it does make it clear and not that it's part of the trump administration's drive and it's very interesting phrasing not the United States, , not the State Department but the trump administration. . So a spot of electioneering perhaps

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Pompeo: Chinese threat may be worse than a 'Cold War 2.0'

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:08 min | 2 years ago

Pompeo: Chinese threat may be worse than a 'Cold War 2.0'

"US Secretary of state might compare has bill named middle of Oprah this week you warning that the threat from China good welby worse than that posed by the Soviet Union at the height of the cold. War Mr Pompeo's visits is taking in the Czech Republic Austria, Poland, and Slovenia. This is what he said yesterday. The contrast between free and unfree society has never been clear. Free nations must work together to confront authoritarian threats. Chief among those threats is the Chinese Communist Party and its drive to control people and information at our economies. When a Balkans correspondent guided Loni has been following his journey. Welcome back to the program guy good to have you with us. I wipe out the with Slovenia with no disrespect obviously to the nation itself. I think far enough I mean it's only two million people live here. So it's not exactly huge, but it is a NATO member and there is a family connection of course, Emma and Mr. Pompeo made that point in his opening remarks saying that he brought greetings for Melania trump who is noticeably absent from her homeland. She was born in San Nitsa as Melania canals and she doesn't come back here very often. But Mr Pompey's said she was very envious about him visiting nurse Levin in particular Lake bled where he was doing his news conference but. The rather factors as well. So Slovenia is at at the moment and this is I wouldn't say was out of character, but it's just a matter of where how the political winds blowing here at the moment at the moment in the Prime Minister's office you've got somebody who thinks Mr trump is rather smashing fallow where prime, minister. Yannis Yansha uses twitter almost as enthusiastically as MR trump and spends quite a lot of that time. Enthusiastically, retweeting Mr Trump's tweets. So if you're going to have a friendly audience in Europe at the moment of your representative of the trump administration then Slovenia's an office place to stop off so more than simply passing on greetings from floaters and enjoying a slap up lunch at Lake bled we've just heard there a clip from Secretary of State Pompeo. Making China the real focus of his visit. He really did, and you only speak for about three or four minutes yesterday bend and I think at least two and a half of those minutes were spent really having a good old dig on against China before that. He was speaking about well, he was actually signing a declaration with the Foreign Minister of Slovenia about five G. Security, and this is all part of pushing what the trump administration calls. They're clean network program, and this is an attack on Chinese. Telecom. Companies Chinese tech companies hallway in particular Zeti threatening for the Balkan they've both been very high profile targets of the trump administration and leave you signing up to this five of this clean network program. You'll basically making a commitment, you'll knocking to use any untrustworthy. Vendors in your five G. Systems and the United States is saying it wouldn't have any of these vendors anywhere near any of its embassies went allowed anywhere near any of this State Department. Systems. A lot of come countries, of course are not signing up to this, but Slovenia has and it's got its five G. Network installed by. As of last month, take that way well has replied China Chinese commentators of wounded central and eastern Europe shouldn't be fooled. What would describes Mike pompeo embracing an entirely entirely cold war mindset it is. It is a dangerous thing. Isn't it when you start going into the likes of the Czech, Republic and Poland and Slovenia, and START TALKING ABOUT IDEOLOGICAL THREATS Yes I'm you know he really has gone the full evil empire on? Am You when you talk about Cold War rhetoric either way that he's he's talking really as I mean, as you heard in the clip there, it sounds like something from the nineteen eighties a talks again chief among these threats as the. Chinese. Communist. Party. It's drive to control people and. Information and our economies, and it's it's again talking about freedom loving people and becoming a five G. Clean country as Slovenia has done today as solidifies staff position. In this fight, the tide is turning against the Chinese Communist Party in its efforts to restrict freedom for all of us and I think what's interesting guys of course he's not saying China he's specifically saying. The Chinese Communist, party so he's criticizing the the system of government and control rather than country and the people itself, and that's I suppose the GATT out card But this is the way that the trump administration is going I recommend everyone to have a a good read of the clean network program just to see what they're saying in that and. Quite apart from anything else it does make it clear and not that it's part of the trump administration's drive and it's very interesting phrasing not the United States, not the State Department but the trump administration. So a spot of electioneering perhaps

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"republic austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lockdown then pushing people out to the countryside championing farmers but also shuttering outdoor food markets depend on over health safety concerns although you have been reopened but it all goes to show world life is not quite as idyllic as it's tough to be D. W. you're listening to inside Europe the Czech Republic like many countries in Europe is slowly taking steps towards a return to normality this week the government unveiled a five stage timetable for easing the lock time although the head of the covert task force says he's in favor of extending the state of emergency beyond April thirtieth and the scramble to improve treatment for coronavirus victims continues including some rather on orthodox ideas as rob Cameron reports from Prague the first and only allergy funneling her the whole thing before prime minister kind of hopefully check commencing the long awaited timetable to slowly release the lockdown that's been in place since mid March he said the Czech Republic Austria and Denmark were regarded as the clear leader in dealing with a pandemic the one now the first to slowly begin lifting that restrictions this would be done he said mainly according to epidemiological criteria but also economic ones to well.

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"republic austria" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Corona virus worker shortage in the UK throws brexit difficulties. Back into focus live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC. World Service Victoria Craig. Good morning the UK and EU have agreed to restart. Brexit talks next week but the corona virus pandemic has put one debate about the future trading relationship. Back in the spotlight. Who Will Harvest all the food? We need here in the UK. Food producers are chartering planes to bring workers in from Romania today as the BBC's Ross Hawkins reports Norfolk asparagus grow. Will Johnny was all set to fill this buzzing cold store with a freshly cut crop when his regular twenty? Bulgarian workers told him they couldn't travel to do the job after all this year. They didn't want to leave their family. Which left a hole in our workforce. He found more workers also from overseas just in time but he's industries anxious. The unknowns are just massive. We've got no idea an perhaps that's why all this is created some unexpected business in aviation matthew persons from Air Charter Service. We have a first flight into stands that airports bringing some workers in from Eastern Europe. So there's about a hundred and fifty people on the plane. The workers coming to pick lettuce on the first of six expected flights. It's unusual but then the worst case scenarios are Stark National Farmers Union Vice President. Tom Bradshaw spoke to me from his farm. If we can get a crop harvested this grown hair in the UK at a time with food supplies so critical. There's no way we can be sure. We can rely on. Imported supply chains and yet optimism hoping to inspire British workers to step in and some have the campaign has been absolutely phenomenal. We have had thirty six thousand people fill in a simple nine four Stephanie. Morell of the Charity Concordia has been recruiting them and off those thirty six thousand interested workers six or seven thousand have done video interviews but just one hundred twelve of actually accepted work and from his large Kent Fruit Farm. Tim Chambers who needs a thousand? Extra people says foreign workers aren't more valuable but adds if somebody's being willing to get on a plane or a bus and travel right where Europe. They're quite dedicated whereas a UK residents perhaps wouldn't want to travel to work even if it was four or five miles in order to start work of past four. In the morning and pick fruit unattractive yet perhaps essential. Tim Budgeting for a quarter of his crop to go. Unsold will simply not get picked this year. We may well see. We'll play modes of palm workers yet the BBC's Russ Hawkins reporting there Europe's plan to slowly reopen. Its economies is helping boost financial markets today the BBC's Gavin Lee explains how Germany Europe's biggest economy is planning to ease lockdown restrictions as it also maintains social distancing protocols until early May. Construction is the big thing. Jimmy slowly trying to get construction workers and big businesses. Back to work. You got Small businesses as well and interesting differences for regional heads for example. North rhine-westphalia deciding to open schools in the next week or so. We're in Bavaria. The head of state. They're saying absolutely the wrong idea. It's too early but for Germany. That's following what is a slow reopening. I think of of Europe at least slow easing of restrictions. Just bear in mind almost a million of the total cases. Now are in your more than one thousand. Four thousand deaths. And we've seen the Czech Republic Austria Spain Italy Denmark yesterday opening schools and children being distance apart and being taught outside Sweden up involve of that tree up twenty thousand workers starting to go back to work this week but again socially distance. We're told they'll see how it goes every day. The BBC's Gavin Lee there to India now where the government locked down restrictions have left thousands of migrant workers stranded and starving without access to vital funds to buy food the BBC's Rahul Tendon reports. Those are the sounds of daily wage in south India stranded and now desperate to get home a few weeks ago. Plus learmont a construction worker. Who EARNS JUST A few dollars? Day lost his job and was stuck in Delhi. He could no longer send money to his family and he's worried that they may stop at schedule. This government is not helping. Us cramped into one small room. It's dirty. We are petrified. Due to the lockdown many laborers especially in the national capital Delhi and many cities are trying to go back to their hometowns. News has been full of stories like that but not all of those who tried to get home have made it hello. That's the family of Ren visting trying frantically to speak to him on the phone. His last words to them would come and get me if you can. He tried to walk three hundred kilometers from daily to his village. In Madhya Pradesh after walking two hundred kilometers exhausted and with no public transport in sight he collapsed and died alone on the road. Advent is his brother-in-law in Law Jesse. Nobody helped Ram via the thirty had the virus. He was thirsty and hungry. He died after lying on the road for half an hour. I want to ask Prime Minister. What did he order lockdown without planning for the poor? Who will look after his family now? There are many with heartbreaking stories like and this week. India's government announced a gradual loosening of some of the lockdown restrictions allowing some activities to continue to alleviate pressure on migrant workers analysts. Say it could help ease the humanitarian crisis until the country's economy begins to reopen on May third. I'm the BBC's Holton for marketplace many of India's restrictions will remain in place. But starting Monday the government will allow agriculture businesses to restart in London. I'M VICTORIA CRAIG. With the marketplace morning report from the BBC.

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"republic austria" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"So Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to go on no wrong answer because I'm gonna hold you to it is one how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only essential biz what the another month don what about you how long you think it's gonna be one may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it they're gonna come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief no we got to I got time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor again this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym you can't you know right okay now they closed the gym down weeks ago and so he did the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own math the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think sixteen oh two upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state yeah we'll do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand inspected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people affected than the death rate numbers going down not up well the truth if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is is that the death toll yeah fifty one yeah of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere the numbers they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but they did keep hyping it up and terrifying people now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the world in the hill start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case areas like Italy or you know you know is Italy is getting ready to reopen some things a Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to read Norway but it would be better off if we were to get back to business as usual yes more people will be affected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first and then first day I was back here I was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hours roughly the second hour got better third R. got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models in expressing grave concern and everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well that's come true yet it's been totally politicized so I can't make the eight yeah that has become the standard for modeling all in all we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the server did we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's due right and then we come in at sixty thousand doomsayers see we save you we told you to not see anybody we don't have a stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody are necessarily the doomsayers never win the people like me the mayor of real ale who try to interject literal reality and we are called cold hearted and sensitive not paying attention all its exact opposite but the debate is that we're we're going to have a debate over whether this was necessary I don't know when it's gonna happen and I can tell you how that debate's gonna go because everybody involved in the shut down is never going to say they made a mistake from the White House on down so we already know the outcome of that debate going to be but it's going to be a debate that will be it'll happen and think tanks in places like this I hope I see the clock got to take a break thank you Scott very much we are coming right back Rush Limbaugh lay on the network Hey folks taking care your property never easy it's tough so you need to make him run the official tractor of tough Mahindra tractors have to be tough to be the world's number one selling farm tractor in your tough to your mall past years U..

"republic austria" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Hi I got a number of folks if you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we had been mean people we have stolen resources from other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how neat experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what you don't you can't bring all jobs dot com Obama what I can't the people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and dance I am giving it away or learning about just not possible Mr snowed lame how long do you think this is going to go on no wrong answer because I'm gonna hold you to it is one how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only a central biz what the another month don what about you how long you think it's gonna be one may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it yeah you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief note we got to I got time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor again this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym you can't you know right okay right now they closed the gym down weeks ago and so the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred the cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own math the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think takes the hold to upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state yeah we'll do the math it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand inspected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people infected then the death rate numbers going down not up well the truth if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is is that the death toll yeah fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere that number is they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but then they just keep typing it up and terrifying people it's now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the once in a hill start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case if I get a layer you know you know is Italy is getting ready to reopen some things the Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to read Norway but it may be better off if we will get back to business as usual yes more people will be affected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first on the first day I was back here Hey I was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hours round for the second hour got better throughout our got better member focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models and expressing grave concern that everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models hi there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so I can't wait that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand dollars there's a C. we save you we told you to not see anybody we told you to stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody unnecessarily the doomsayers never when the people like me the mayor of real fail to try to interject literal reality and we are called cold hearted insensitive not paying attention all its exact opposite but the debate is that we're we're going to have a debate over whether this was necessary I don't know when it's gonna happen and I can tell you how that debate's gonna go because everybody involved in the shut down is never going to say they made a mistake from the White House on down so we already know what the outcome of that debate is going to be but it's going to be a debate that will be it'll happen and think tanks in places like this I hope I see the clock got to take a break thank you guys got very much we are.

"republic austria" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on WTVN

"Getting emails rush sounds like you're holding back a little bit when you discuss what went on with HIV and aids and I some holding back what they're couple other things I can tell you it is just it's it's it's it's it's it's it's the history of it everybody was scared to death when this first hit it it could not it was it was not permitted that the only way to get this disease was through a certain kind of behavior that was not permit politically that was not going to fly and the the the sad fact was that it was behavior really spread there was one way to get it anal sex M. and it's it's sad but that's that's what it was but that was we couldn't have that so they they they the dirty needles came later and the and the blood transfusion that people didn't get aids HIV virus from from blood transfusions the people were donating blood long before anybody knew this it happened there was tainted blood there is no way to tested and were people who went in for for surgery needed blood transfusions and they succumbed those were not behavioral related deaths so they were they were highlighted as you can get it anybody can get it there was even an attempt there was a thought there was a fear that that you can get it by kissing bodily fluid transfer from kissing and the yeoman's work went in to disproving that because of that it been the case why we want to start in sequestering people faster than you can say look if you split and so a lot of great work was done to to to demonstrate that it was not spread by kissing me are swapping of bodily fluids or shall we check but it was at first thought to be a dangerous thing and they were telling us it's going to drop it's going to jump on her sexual community knoll body is safe because it could not be it just was not permitted to be a virus that attach the only one form of behavior even though it was everybody was terrified and everybody was terrified on purpose it was made political now here's the thing that when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavior related ninety eight percent of the population was not at risk but again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it did jump in and nobody knew what the thought what if it did jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the end it from for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility but they at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others who suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how we spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing I'm a guy are leading the effort was doctor found she it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent of the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created specifically to battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remains true that ninety eight percent behaviorally were not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warhammer flow the Warham virus survive it for the most part and I am sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is going by by and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending bye bye because it's the only way to survive not money we don't have being printed is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out hi I got a number of folks you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we had been mean people we had stolen resources from other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how neat experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what you don't you can't bring all jobs dot com Obama when I've talked to people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and that's gone now there's no way the government can create recreate economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to go on no wrong answer because I'm gonna hold you to it is one how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only essential biz what the another month don what about you how long you think it's gonna be one it may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it yeah you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief note we got to I got time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor this is the latest mandate yesterday to go to work and stay home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym your kid you know right okay now they closed the gems that'll weeks ago and so he did the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred in the cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own math the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think sixteen oh two upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state yeah we'll do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand infected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people affected than the death rate numbers going down not up well the truth if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is it at the death toll yeah fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere the numbers they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but they did keep hyping it up and terrifying people it's now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the once in A. he'll start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case areas like Italy or you know you know is Italy is getting ready to reopen some things a Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to read Norway what would be better off if we were to get back to business as usual yes more people will be infected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first on the first day I was back here I was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hours round for the second hour got better throughout our got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models and expressing grave concern and everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties none of it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so I can make the eight yeah that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand dollars there's a C. we save you we told you to not see anybody we told you to stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody unnecessarily the doomsayers never win the people like me the.

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"republic austria" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:57 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Emails rush sounds like you're holding back a little bit when you discuss what went on with HIV and aids and I some holding back what they're couple other things I can tell you it is just it's it's it's it's it's it's it's the history of it everybody was scared to death when this first tip it it could not it was it was not permitted that the only way to get this disease was through a certain kind of behavior that was not permit politically that was not going to fly and leave the fee the sad fact was that it was behavior really spread there was one way to get it anal sex and and it's it's sad but that's that's what it was but that was we couldn't have that so they they they've the dirty needles came later and the and the blood transfusion that people didn't get aids HIV virus from from blood transfusions the people were donating blood long before anybody knew this it happened there was tainted blood was not really tested and were people who went in for for surgery needed blood transfusions and they succumbed those were not behavioral related deaths so they were they were highlighted as you can get it anybody can get it there was even an attempt there was a thought there was a fear that that you could get it by kissing bodily fluid transfer from kissing and the yeoman's work went in to disproving that because of that it been the case why do we want to start in sequestering people faster than you can say look if you split and so a lot of great work was done to to to demonstrate that it was not spread by kissing we are swapping of bodily fluids or shall we say but it was at first thought to be a dangerous thing and they were telling us it's gonna drop it's going to jump ahead of sexual community knoll body is safe because it could not be it just was not permitted to be a virus that attach the only one form of behavior even though it was but everybody was terrified and everybody was terrified on purpose it was made political now here's the thing back when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavior relate ninety eight percent of the population of was not at risk but again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it did jump in and nobody knew what the thought what if it did jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the end it from for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility but the at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others who suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how we spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing I'm a guy are leading the effort was doctor found G. it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent of the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created specifically the battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remains true that ninety eight percent behaviorally were not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warhammer flow the Warham virus survive it for the most part and I'm sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is gone bye bye and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending bye bye because that's the only way to survive not money we don't have being printed is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out hi I got a number of folks you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we had been mean people we have stolen resources from other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how neat experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring the jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what's really going on you can bring all jobs local Obama when I've talked to people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and that's gone now there's no way the government can create recreate economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to go on no wrong answer because I'm gonna hold you to it is one how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you're only a central biz what the another month don what about you how long you think it's going to one may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief note we got to I got time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor okay this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay at home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym you can't you know right okay now they closed the gym down weeks ago and so he did the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred in the cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own math the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think sixteen oh two upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state yeah we'll do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand inspected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people infected then the death rate numbers going down not up well the truth if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is and and the death toll yeah fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere numbers they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but the biggest keep hyping it up and terrifying people if so now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the works in the hill start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case it's like Italy or you know you know is Italy is getting ready to reopen some things a Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to re Norway but it would be better off if we will get back to business as usual yes more people will be affected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first and the first day I was back here it was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hours roughly the second hour got better through our got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models in expressing grave concern and everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so if that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand dollars there's a C. we save you we told you that I don't see anybody we don't get a stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody unnecessarily the doomsayers never when the people like me the mayor of real fail who try to interject literal reality and we are called cold hearted sensitive not paying attention all its exact opposite but the debate is that we're we're going to have a debate over whether this was necessary I don't know when it's gonna happen and I can tell you how that debate's gonna go because everybody involved in the shut down is never going to say they made a mistake from the White House on down so we already know what the outcome of that debate is going to be but it's going to be a debate that will be it'll happen and think tanks in places like this I hope I see the clock got to take a break thank you Scott very much we are coming right Rush Limbaugh lay on the network six hundred W. R. E. C. and ninety two point one FM.

HIV
"republic austria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on KTRH

"Getting emails rush sounds like you're holding back a little bit when you discuss what went on with HIV and aids and I some holding back one third couple other things I can tell you it is just it's it's it's it's it's it's it's the history of it everybody was scared to death when this first hit it could not it was it was not permitted that the only way to get this disease was through a certain kind of behavior that was not permit politically that was not going to fly and the the the sad fact was that it was behavior really spread there was one way to get it anal sex and and it's it's sad but that's that's what it was but that was we couldn't have that so they they they the dirty needles came later and the and the blood transfusion that people didn't get aids HIV virus from from blood transfusions the people were donating blood long before anybody knew this had happened there was tainted blood was not really tested and were people who went in for for surgery needed blood transfusions and they succumbed those were not behavioral related deaths so they were they were highlighted as you can get it anybody can get it there was even an attempt there was a thought there was a fear that that you can get it by kissing bodily fluid transfer from kissing and the yeoman's work went in to disproving that because of that it been the case why we want to start in sequestering people faster than you can say look if you split and so a lot of great work was done to to to demonstrate that it was not spread by kissing radar swapping of bodily fluids and shall we say but it was at first thought to be a dangerous thing and they were telling us it's gonna drop it's going to jump on her sexual community knoll body is safe because it could not be it just was not permitted to be a virus that attach the only one form of behavior even though it was but everybody was terrified everybody was terrified on purpose it was made political now here's the thing but when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavior related ninety eight percent of the population of was not at risk but again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it did jump in and nobody knew what the thought what if it did jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the end it from for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility but they at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others who suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how we spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing I'm a guy are leading the effort was doctor found G. it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent I'm the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created the server had a battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remains true that ninety eight percent behaviorally were not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warhammer flow the Warham virus survive it for the most part and I'm sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is going bye bye and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending bye bye because it's the only way to survive not money we don't have being printed is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out hi I got a number of folks you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we have been meeting people we have stolen resources from other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how neat experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring the jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what you don't you can't bring all drugs and alcohol bottle what I've talked to people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and that's gone now there's no way the government can create re create economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to go on no wrong answer because I'm gonna hold you to it is one how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only essential biz what another month don what about you how long you think it's gonna be one may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it yeah you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief note we had a good time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor again this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay at home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym you can't you know right okay right now they closed the gym down all out weeks ago and so he did the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred the cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own math the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they saying we think explore to upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state yeah we'll do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand inspected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people affected than the death rate numbers going down not up well the truth if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is it at the death toll is fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere numbers they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but then they just keep typing it up and terrifying people it's now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last through the fifteenth the works in the hill start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case areas like Italy or you know you know is Italy is getting ready to re open some things a Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to re Norway but it would be better off if we were to get back to business as usual yes more people will be infected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first on the first day I was back here Hey I was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hour is rough the second hour got better through our got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models and expressing grave concern that everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties none of it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so if that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's due right and then we come in at sixty thousand dollars there's a C. we save you we told you to not see anybody we don't have a stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody are necessarily the doomsayers never when the people like me the mayor of real ale who try to interject literal reality and we are called cold hearted and sensitive not paying attention all its exact opposite but the debate is that we're we're going to have a debate over whether this was necessary I don't know when it's gonna happen and I can tell you how that debate's gonna go because everybody involved in the shut down is never going to say they made a mistake from the White House on down so we already know the outcome of that debate is going to be but it's going to be a debate that will be it'll happen and think tanks in places like this I hope I see the clock got to take a break thank you Scott very much we are coming.

HIV
"republic austria" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on KTOK

"Is it possible corona virus this afternoon at five we use of the drive radio one thousand eighty okay I'm getting emails rush sounds like you're holding back a little bit when you discuss what went on with HIV and aids and I some holding back there a couple other things I can tell you it is just it's it's it's it's it's it's it's the history of it everybody was scared to death when this first hit it it could not it was it was not permitted that the only way to get this disease wise through a certain kind of behavior that was not permit politically that was not going to fly and the the the sad fact was that it was behavior really spread there was one way to get it anal sex and and it's it's sad but that's that's what it was but that was we couldn't have that so they they they the dirty needles came later and the and the blood transfusion that people didn't get aids HIV virus from from blood transfusions the people were donating blood long before anybody knew this it happened there was tainted blood was not really tested and were people who went in for for surgery due to blood transfusions and they succumbed those were not behavioral related deaths so they were they were highlighted as you can get it anybody can get it there was even an attempt there was a thought there was a fear that that you can get it by kissing bodily fluid transfer from kissing and the yeoman's work went in to disproving that because of that it been the case why we want to start in sequestering people faster than you can say look if you split and so a lot of great work was done to to to demonstrate that it was not spread by kissing me are swapping of bottling fluids or shall we say but it was at first thought to be a dangerous thing and they were telling us it's going to drop it's going to jump ahead sexual community knoll body is safe because it could not be it just was not permitted to be a virus that attach the only one form of behavior even though it was but everybody was terrified and everybody was terrified on purpose it was made political now here's the thing back when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavior related ninety eight percent of the population of was not at risk but again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it did jump in and nobody knew what the thought what if it did jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the area for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility but they at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others who suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how we spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing I'm a guy are leading the effort was Dr Saanchi it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent of the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created specifically to battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remains true that ninety eight percent behaviorally were not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warhammer flow the Warham virus survive it for the most part and I'm sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is going bye bye and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending bye bye because it's the only way to survive not money we don't have being printed is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out hi I got a number of folks you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we have been meeting people we install and resources from other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how neat experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what's going on you can bring all jobs are gone the Obama what I can't the people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and that's gone now there's no way the government can create recreate economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to go on no wrong answer because I'm gonna hold you to it is one how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only essential because what the another month don what about you how long you think it's gonna be one may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief note we got to I got time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor again this is our latest mandate yesterday to go to work and stay at home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym you can't you know right okay right now they closed the gym down weeks ago and so because the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own math the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think sixteen oh two upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state now we'll do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand inspected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people infected then the death rate numbers going down not up well the truth if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is it at the death toll yeah fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere that number is they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but that they get keep hyping it up and terrifying people it's now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth they walked in and he'll start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case we invite you to layer you know you know is Italy is getting ready to reopen some things the Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to read Norway but it would be better off if we were to get back to business as usual yes more people will be infected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first and then first day I was back here I was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hours round for the second hour got better through our got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models and expressing grave concern and everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so I can't wait that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand dollars there's a C. we save you we told you to not see anybody we told you to stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody unnecessarily the doomsayers never when the people like me the.

HIV
"republic austria" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Does that mean males rush sounds like you're holding back a little bit when you discuss what went on with HIV and aids and I some holding back there are a couple other things I can tell you and it's just it's it's it's it's it's it's it's the history of it everybody was scared to death when this first hit it it could not it was it was not permitted that the only way to get this disease was through a certain kind of behavior that was not permit politically that was not gonna fly and the the the sad fact was that it was behavior really spread there was one way to get it anal sex and and it's it's sad but that's that's what it was but that was we couldn't have that so they've they've they've the dirty needles came later and the and the blood transfusion that people didn't get aids HIV virus from from blood transfusions the people were donating blood long before anybody knew this it happened there was tainted blood was not really tested and were people who went in for for surgery needed blood transfusions and they succumbed those were not behavioral related deaths so they were they were highlighted as you can get it anybody can get it there was even an attempt there was a thought there was a fear that that you can get it by kissing bodily fluid transfer from kissing and the yeoman's work went in to disproving that because of that in the case why we would have started sequestering people faster than you can say look if you split and so a lot of great work was done to demonstrate that it was not spread by kissing the swapping of bodily fluids or shall we say but it was at first thought to be a dangerous thing and they were telling us it's going to drop it's going to jump in heterosexual community knoll body is safe because it could not be it just was not permitted to be a virus that attach the only one form of behavior even though it was everybody was terrified everybody was terrified on purpose it was made in political now here's the thing but when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavior related ninety eight percent of the population was not at risk again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it did jump in and nobody knew what the thought what if it didn't jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the event from for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility but they at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others who suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how we spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing the guy are leading the effort was doctor found G. it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent I'm the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created specifically to battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remained true to ninety eight percent behaviorally were not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warhammer flow the whole hand virus survive it for the most part and I'm sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is gone bye bye and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending bye bye because that's the only way to survive not money we don't have being credited with is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out hi I got a number of folks if you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we have been meeting people we installment resources of other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how the experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back to bring our jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what's your go to you can bring all jobs local Obama what I can't the people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and that's gone now there's no way the government can create recreate economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to want no wrong answer because I got a whole guitars when how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing and you better stay home and you can go to work and you only essential biz what the another month don what about you how long you think it's going to go on may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it yeah you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief no we don't have time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you rush you know you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor again this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes we can go to the gym your kid you know right okay right now they closed the gym down all out weeks ago and so because the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred in the cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own mass the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think takes the hold to upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state yeah we'll do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but the forty thousand inspected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't it has been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people infected then the death rate numbers going down not up if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is is that the death toll yeah fifty one yeah all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere the numbers they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but the biggest keep hyping it up and terrifying people now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the once in A. he'll start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case if I get a layer of earth you know yeah Italy is Italy is getting ready to reopen some things a Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to re Norway what can we be better off if we all just get back to business as usual yes more people will be infected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first on the first day I was back here how was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hour is rough the second hour got better third hour got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models and expressing grave concern and everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models hi there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well that's come true yet it's been totally politicized so I can't wait that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand dollars there's a C. we save you we told you did not see anybody we told you to stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody unnecessarily the doomsayers never when the people like me the mayor of real fail who try to interject literal reality and we are called cold hearted kids sensitive not paying attention all its exact opposite but the debate is that we're we're going to have a debate over whether this was necessary I know when it's gonna happen and I can tell you how that debate's gonna go because everybody involved in the shut down is never going to say they made a mistake from the White House on down so we already know the outcome of that debate going to be but it's going to be a debate that will be it'll happen and think tanks in places like this I hope I see the clock got to take a break thank you guys got very much we are coming.

HIV
"republic austria" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Here's the thing but when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavior related ninety eight percent of the population of was not at risk but again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it didn't jump in and nobody knew what the thought what if it did jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the event from for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility but they at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others just suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how we spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing I'm a guy are leading the effort was doctor found G. it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent I'm the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created specifically to battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remains true that ninety eight percent behaviorally were not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warham flow the Warham virus survive it for the most part and I'm sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is gone bye bye and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending bye bye because it's the only way to survive not money we don't have being printed is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out hi I got a number of folks you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we have been meeting people we have stolen resources of other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how neat experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what you don't you can't bring all jobs dot com Obama when I've talked to people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and that's gone now there's no way the government can create recreate economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to go on no wrong answer because I'm gonna hold you to it is one how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only essential biz what the another month don what about you how long you think it's going to go on may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief no we got to I got time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor again this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay at home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym you can't you know right okay now they closed the gym down all out weeks ago and so because the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own mass the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think six the old to upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state now we'll do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand infected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people infected then the death rate numbers going down not up if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is it at the death toll yeah fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere numbers they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but the biggest keeps typing it up and terrifying people as of now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the works in the hill start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case areas like Italy or you know you know is Italy is getting ready to reopen some things a Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to re Norway but it would be better off if we were to get back to business as usual yes more people will be infected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first on the first day I was back here I was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hours roughly the second hour got better through our got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models and expressing grave concern that everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so I can't make the eight yeah that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was they shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million deaths that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand does there's a C. we save you we told you to not see anybody we don't have a stay at home social dissident we saved you know you're scared the hell out of everybody unnecessarily the doomsayers never when the people like me the mayor of real fail who try to interject literal reality and we are called cold hearted and sensitive not paying attention all its exact opposite but the debate is that we're we're going to have a debate over whether this was necessary I don't know when it's gonna happen and I can tell you how that debate's gonna go because everybody involved in the shut down is never going to say they made a mistake from the White House on down so we already know the outcome of that debate is going to be but it's going to be a debate that will be it'll happen and think tanks in places like this I hope I see the clock got to take a break thank you Scott very much we are coming right back Rush Limbaugh no way on the network Hey folks our lives have been turned upside down but even as we're all hunkered down grass keeps growing Hey needs conduct enters falling today in tough times like these my hindering.

"republic austria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm getting emails rush sounds like you're holding back a little bit when you discuss what went on with HIV and aids and I some holding back well there are a couple other things I can tell you it is just it's it's it's it's it's it's it's the history of it everybody was scared to death when this first tip it it could not it was it was not permitted is that the only way to get this disease why is there a certain kind of behavior that was not permit politically that was not going to fly and the the the sad fact was that it was behavior really spread there was one way to get it anal sex and and it's it's sad but that's that's what it was but that was we couldn't have that so they've they've they've the dirty needles came later and the and the blood transfusion that people didn't get aids HIV virus from from blood transfusions the people were donating blood long before anybody knew this had happened there was tainted blood there is no way to tested and were people who went in for for surgery he had blood transfusions and they succumbed those were not behavioral related deaths so they were they were highlighted as you can get it anybody can get it there was even an attempt there was a thought there was a fear that that you can get it by kissing bodily fluid transfer from kissing and the yeoman's work went in to disproving that because of that it's been the case why do we want to start in sequestering people faster than you can say look if you split and so a lot of great work was done turn to to demonstrate that it was not spread by kissing the swapping of bodily fluids or shall we check but it was at first thought to be a dangerous thing and they were telling us it's going to drop it's going to jump in heterosexual community knoll body is safe because it could not be it just was not permitted to be a virus that attach the only one form of behavior even though it was everybody was terrified everybody was terrified on purpose it was made in political now here's the thing back when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavioral weight ninety eight percent of the population of was not at risk but again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it did jump in and nobody knew at the time what if it didn't jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the event from for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility but they at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others who suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how we spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing from the guy are leading the effort was doctor found G. it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent I'm the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created specifically to battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remains true that ninety eight percent behaviorally were not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warham flow the Warham virus survive it for the most part and I'm sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is gone bye bye and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending bye bye because it's the only way to survive now money we don't have being printed is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out a number of folks he you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we have been meeting people we install and resources from other nations enough time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how the experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring jobs back from China Obama goes would you go to wave a magic wand what you can bring all drugs and alcohol bottle what I've talked to people your jobs and I come back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of it is you and that's gone now there's no way the government can create recreate economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is going to want no wrong answer because I got a whole guitars when how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only essential because what the another month don what about you how long you think it's gonna be one may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it then I can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief no we don't have time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break stock in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay home and during the press conference that the reason for this is because of the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes go to the gym you can't you know right okay right now they closed the gym down weeks ago and so the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths one zero two one five percent if they did their own mask the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think sixty to upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state now we'll do the math it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but it's forty thousand inspected how many of you know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people affected than the death rate numbers going down not up if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is is that the death toll is fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere that number is they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but that they get keep hyping it up and terrifying people now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the world in the hill start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case areas like Italy or you know you know is Italy's getting ready to reopen some things a Czech Republic Austria there are getting ready to re Norway what would be better off if we will get back to business as usual yes more people will be infected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this first and the first day I was back here it was a rough day I might have got better as the hours when the first hours roughly the second hour got better third are going better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models in expressing grave concern and everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so that has become the standard for modeling all know we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was the shut down the surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million dollars that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand doomsayers see we save you we told you that I don't see anybody we told you to stay at home social dissident we save you know you're scared the hell out of everybody unnecessarily the doomsayers never when the people like me the mayor of real fail who try to interject literal reality and we are called cold hearted and sensitive not paying attention all its exact opposite but the debate is that we're we're going to have a debate over whether this was necessary I know when it's gonna happen and I can tell you how that debate's gonna go because everybody involved in the shut down is never going to say they made a mistake from the White House on down so we already know the outcome of that debate going to be but it's going.

HIV
"republic austria" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"republic austria" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight Washington company because I'm getting emails rush sounds like you're holding back a little bit when you discuss what went on with HIV and aids and I some holding back a couple other things I can tell you it is just it's it's it's it's it's it's it's the history of it everybody was scared to death when this first hit it it could not it was it was not permitted that the only way to get this disease why is there a certain kind of behavior that was not permit politically that was not going to fly and the the the sad fact was that it was behavior really spread there was one way to get it anal sex and and it's it's sad but that's that's what it was but that was we couldn't have that so they they they've the dirty needles came later and the and the blood transfusion that people didn't get aids HIV virus problem from blood transfusions the people were donating blood long before anybody knew this had happened there was tainted blood was not really tested and were people who went in for surgery he had blood transfusions and they succumbed those were not behavioral related deaths so they were they were highlighted as you can get it anybody can get it there was even an attempt there was a spot there was a fear that that you can get it by kissing bodily fluid transfer from kissing and the yeoman's work went in to disproving that because of that it's been the case why we would have started sequestering people faster than you can say look if you split and so a lot of great work was done to demonstrate that it was not spread by kissing the swapping of bottle it was slow it was shall we say but it was at first thought to be a dangerous thing and they were telling us it's gonna drop it's going to jump on her sexual community knoll body is safe because it could not be it just was not permitted to be a virus that attach the only one form of behavior even though what was that everybody was terrified and everybody was terrified on purpose it was made in political now here's the thing but when this happened the gay population wise at the time said to be two percent of the overall population of the country which meant that behavioral eight ninety eight percent of the population was not at risk but again nobody knows that because of the intense pressure two it was a warning to what if it did jump in and nobody knew what the thought what if it didn't jump and heterosexuals could acquire it that the area for a long time it was a possibility it was a it was advanced politically but it was a possibility that the at the end of this after a number of years and by the way we never shut down one thing we did when we shut they tried to shut down the bath houses in certain cities and even that was supposed there were others who suggested that we quarantine people who come down with it because we weren't yet certain how it was spread that was opposed there wasn't any social distancing was no quarantining was nothing from a dryer leading the effort was Dr Saanchi it was this period of time that made him a national figure to put him on the map but I remember everybody was terrified so back then ninety eight percent of the population turned out to be even though it was not known at the time not at risk the political aspect of this why is created specifically to battle that fact to create doubt about that fact but it remains true that ninety eight percent behaviorally we're not susceptible today ninety eight percent according to bill Bennett and his column on Monday ninety eight percent of people who get the Warhammer flow the war hand virus survive it for the most part and I'm sure there are exceptions children don't get it forty years ago no shutdowns there were no quarantines there was no social distancing there was no nothing today we're all locked down in our homes in some places under threat of fine and arrest we are today totally dependent on the government for money and loans in a political sense Mr certainly I know you're gonna be crying about this the idea of the GOP and even conservatism being linked and aligned with small government is going that's right and it's gone for our lifetimes you understand this the concern for spending by by this is the only way to survive not money we don't have being planted is the only way people can survive because otherwise they are being wiped out hi I got a number of folks you were the people that make this country work you were the people get up every day I go to work do what you do to create twenty two trillion dollar economy once the government gets obstacles out of your way what happened in the past three years you know during the Obama years I'm not kidding you you may have forgotten the decline in economic growth was planned for and hoped for as part of moving the United States into this globalist community and so economic growth of one percent every year was we were told that we were told America's best days are behind us now and some of those best days we didn't even actually deserve because we have been meeting people we have stolen resources from other nations are not time to pay the Piper and Obama in his economic team were talking about how neat experts now to manage the decline we need to lower our expectations the presidential campaign twenty sixteen comes up trump goes out to all have a bring your jobs back I'm gonna bring jobs back from China Obama goes what you're going to wave a magic wand what you don't you can't bring all drugs and alcohol bottle what I've talked to people your jobs are coming back they didn't come back as well as a whole lot of other things came back in three years it's all gone the people of this country created a twenty two trillion dollar company governments about nineteen percent of that nineteen to twenty two percent of GDP is government spending the rest of this year and that's gone now there's no way the government can create recreate economic prosperity for twenty two trillion dollar economy by printing money and giving it away or learning about just not possible so Mr certainly how long do you think this is gonna go on no wrong answer because I got a whole guitars when how long do you think the current set of circumstances with the social distancing you better stay home and you can't go to work and you only essential biz wanted another month don what about you how long you think it's going to one may not be another month Bryan you've been thinking about it you can come back in may okay all right fine what is a brief no we don't have time to squeeze a call in here before we go to the break Scott in Greenville South Carolina glad you waited it's great to have you with us how are you right you don't you may not feel great but you sound fantastic thank you Sir very much listen our our governor again this is our latest mandate yesterday to yeah go to work and stay home and during the press conference said the reason for this is because the numbers bear it out what what what what what what I misunderstood that your governor governor gave a mandate to go to work and stay at home yeah I go to work and then stay home don't go anywhere else you can go to work but then you go right back home right yes you can go to the gym you can't you know right okay now they closed the gems that'll out weeks ago and so he did the numbers bear it out well there's been twenty four hundred the cases in South Carolina fifty one deaths that's one zero two one five percent if they did their own math the numbers have been going down yeah at the same time they say we think six the old to upwards of forty thousand people are affected in the state yeah do the math if it lets you choose sixteen thousand point zero zero three I mean the numbers are getting better not worse yeah but if forty thousand inspected how many of them know what don't know what are spreading it are a symptomatic maybe they don't and it's been going on for a while but to date we have fifty one deaths so let's just assume that there are that many more people infected then the death rate numbers going down not up if you got that many people have forty thousand on the death rate is is that the death toll yeah fifty one yeah and and all of all of the fifty one it is a very large majority of them were elderly with with other conditions exactly the way it is everywhere that number is they they don't bear out the numbers are getting better not worse but that they get keep hyping it up and terrifying people as of now this is the latest mandate not sure what the next one will be this was supposed to last me through the fifteenth the walls in the hill start over again because we're good for fifteen days but I you know I just thought you would you find it interesting if you look at these numbers you know they they they play out in almost every scenario you know except for maybe the worst case areas like Italy or you know you know Italy is Italy's getting ready to reopen some things a Czech Republic Austria they're all getting ready to re Norway what can we be better off if we will just get back to business as usual yes more people will be infected but we're going to find that when the when the when the dust settles that the that the mortality rate is going to be way below one percent yeah well you know what I remember the first day I was gone when a lot of this person on the first day I was back here I was a rough day I've got better as the hours when the first hours rob the second hour got better throughout our got better I remember focusing on the models comparing to the climate change models and expressing grave concern and everything we're doing here is based on a bunch of models I'm in there fox you realize there isn't any hard evidence of man made climate change to this date everything we've done about that is based on computer models and predictions for twenty years down the road thirty years and they've been making twenty year production since the nineteen eighties well it's come true yet it's been totally politicized so if that has become the standard for modeling all in all we're using modeling for this and then I said what I expect the big debate is going to be when this is over whatever it is is we're going to ask ourselves was any of this necessary was the shutdown of surgeon we punish ourselves like this for no reason and the doomsayers are out there and they never lose and I don't I don't mean it's a conspiracy the doomsayers come out and they warn you two point two million dollars that's doing right and then we come in at sixty thousand dollars there's three ways zero we told you to not see anybody we told you to stay at home social Disney we save you.

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"Welcome to essential oil solutions with doe Tara. Today we're bringing you a recording from Kirk showers and Dr Russell Oscar Thorpe discussing updates on the current situation and advice on how to keep you and your family healthy. I am Kirk Jars. And I'm pleased to host this March sixteenth episode of Covert Nineteen with Doctor Russell Oscar Thorpe Rush. You've been at the hospital all day. Thank you for taking the time to do this. You must be exhausted. You look pretty good. Thanks my pleasure. Good to be with you. We'll start with the graphic from the World Health Organization. There are now one hundred sixty eight thousand in one thousand nine hundred confirmed cases six thousand six hundred ten deaths one hundred forty eight countries with cases and as a potentially significant turning point. There are now more cases of the virus outside of China. Then within the phrase of the day's flatten the curve. All of these stories seem to rotate around that phrase. Europe is now the global epicenter of the virus. According to the World Health Organization Italians remain essentially under house arrest. Germany is sealing its borders. The Netherlands has ordered all schools bars restaurants and cafes closed similar measures are also enforced in France the Czech Republic Austria prohibiting gatherings of more than five people. The list goes on and on. What are you seeing arrest in Spain? We've had a national lockdown. That's gone into effect. Britain's Health Secretary has recently asked that people over seventy avoid going outside and stay at home and Canada recently closed. Its borders to everyone except Canadian citizens and permanent residents in the United States the CDC has recommended gatherings of fifty people are more be cancelled or postponed and just before we came on the White House is further reduced the number to ten as well as provided many other guidelines for us to follow on Sunday the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates to essentially zero to try to ward off another really bad stock. Day didn't work immediately. Us stocks plunged the Dow tumbles nearly three thousand points. The worst point drop in history businesses are of course affected many retailers including Nike and Rei are temporarily closing their retail stores In the United States following president trump's recommendations operations in bars and restaurants are being limited and hotels resorts are announcing closures. Airlines have slashed their flight schedules and are asking for government assistance now in the United States and there are multiple cruise ships that are stranded looking for port. It's pretty astounding on any one of these week. Focus for a half hour on the applications. And why but I WANNA get to. I think what is the unique benefit of having you with us to help us understand a few things each day? Let's start with China yesterday. It was reported. They had only twenty new cases dramatic downturn from thousands of new infections day so is China largely pass the covert nineteen fears? What can we learn from Chinese China's timeline for the rest of us? There have been a lot of headlines and folks talking about China being through the worst of it. We have seen this dramatic drop in positives out of the province. And who bay and I think that's very positive and is largely due to the measures that the public health sector in China and government have used to flatten the curve. There and so this is evidence that social distancing and flattening the curve actually works do not link and now I'm probably asking for more commentary than facts quickly if we're seeing some reports that China's easing up on all of the things. They did to flatten the curve. Because the curve has been flattened there for the moment in the past. When you've dealt with these like this do we expect to stay down as China? Like OKAY ONES DOWN. Also going to happen again there. That's a great question. I would say that because CORONA VIRUS OR COVA. Nineteen is new. We don't really know what's going to happen next. But you asked me. Because of what's happened in the past with pandemics the most applicable for me would be what happened in two thousand nine with the h one n one pandemic without pandemic. There were measures that were instituted worldwide to try and slow the spread of the virus. Nothing to the scale that like we have done with Kobe. Nineteen but we tried to limit the spread of h one n one and it worked but instead of this nice kind of flat curve that we see idealized in so many graphs in two thousand nine h one n one. Most countries experienced multiple peaks of illness throughout the year. I'm not sure if that's what will happen in China. But if you're asking for my opinion based on the fact that a large well the whole earth's population is susceptible right for the most part to this virus. I would expect there to be multiple outbreaks of the virus throughout the year. And that as we both institute and then relax social distancing or public health measures to slow the spread of the virus. When we relax the virus will kind of flare and we will see secondary outbreaks of the virus even in populations where we've seen a decrease but that's my opinion. I'm not sure if everyone shares it but we've we saw that with two thousand nine h one n one. It's comparing apples and oranges. But it's the best we've got well on that front. Some of the big medical news over the weekend is that infected people without symptoms might be driving the spread of Krahn virus more than we realized. What do we know there well? There are limited reports coming out of virology lab suggesting that people who become infected can shed the virus before they get symptoms of the virus and that becomes problematic. Because if we can spread the virus so shutting and spreading are not the same thing right but if you can spread the virus or infect others if your ability to transmit the virus occurs before you have symptoms of the virus then social distancing is not as effective however we know from China based on what they've done that social distancing is working so I believe that you are most effective at spreading the virus when you are symptomatic and these reports of being able to spread the virus. When you're a symptomatic are real. We need to digest them and understand them but right now I think the lion's share of spreading of the viruses occurring when people are symptomatic small amounts of transmission of the virus will occur potentially before. You're symptomatic matic symptomatic after your symptoms have resolved but for the most part. It's going to be right in the middle. When you have that fever and cough and shortness of breath big question is will the prevalence of the corona virus naturally dissipate once? The weather gets warmer and a side. Question is Kennedy. Even thrive in warm hot weather. I've seen those reports I'm not so certain that warm weather will decrease the spread of the virus. What may decrease the spread of the virus is the fact that many of our institutions like school will close in the summertime and we'll see smaller groups of people coming together all the time instead of groups of classrooms thirty will be at home roughly playing in smaller groups less than ten for example all summer long in two thousand nine. We saw a summertime outbreak of illness and it went against the grain of our normal influenza outbreak that we normally experience every winter in both the southern and northern hemispheres. But I don't know the answer to your question Kirk I would say that. We hope that warmer weather will decrease transmissibility because the viruses enveloped virus and the virus lands on a surface. And it's really hot in the middle of the summer that the virus will immediately die quote unquote and not be able to infect others. But we don't know yet we'll find out as time moves on. The second question is In an earlier episode. You'd mentioned that there's not yet a medical cure for cove in nineteen as a novel drawn virus but Are Their home. Remedies available that can cure or prevent the virus. No Right now. To the best of our understanding there are not any methods of curing Kobe. Nineteen or treating covert nineteen other than social distancing and preventing yourself from getting infected. It is important to remember that most people who get infected even after we've started looking at the outbreaks have occurred in Asia. We are seeing that. Most folks who get infected have mild disease like most coughs colds. There are not real proven remedies to treat corona

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