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"republic ireland" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Patients The Food and Drug Administration has authorized a second COVID-19 booster for adults 50 years and older For a Tuesday march 29th it's all things considered from NPR news I'm also Chang and I'm Kelsey Snell in Ukraine progress in the fight against tuberculosis may reverse These moments of deprivation as a result of war as a result of being refugees as a result of being crowded in not having enough food et cetera your TV rates go up Later how the rise in food and gas prices has impacted food insecurity in Las Vegas They say that hunger has no face but you also don't know what's going on behind closed doors You don't know how many people are struggling with the cost of inflation And new rules about hiring coaches in the NFL Now news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack spear President Biden is taking a skeptical approach to the peace talks happening in turkey between Russia and Ukraine Keith reports Biden spoke with the leaders of Germany France and the UK earlier today When asked about a reported Russian offer to reduce military activity near Kyiv President Biden was far from celebratory We'll see I don't read anything into it until I see what their actions are We'll see if they follow through on what they're suggesting In his call with European leaders Biden said the consensus was to stay the course We're going to continue to keep strong the sanctions We're going to continue to provide the Ukrainian military with the capacity to defend themselves and we're going to continue to keep a close eye on what's going on Russia has a history of floating concessions only to keep up its attacks Tamara Keith and PR news The White House At least four European allies have announced the expulsion of dozens of Russian diplomats The apparently coordinated actions coming in response to what the country say are deteriorating relations with the west Representatives from Belgium the Czech Republic Ireland and the Netherlands confirming the expulsions continued bombardment The agency's director general Rafael Mariano grossi is meeting with Ukrainian government officials to discuss providing personnel and safety equipment to that nation's nuclear facilities In a statement last week grossi said the goal is to reduce the risk of a meltdown in a war zone This assistance is essential to help avert the real risk of a severe nuclear accident that could threaten public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond Earlier this month Russian in Ukrainian forces battled at Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant and Russia's occupation of the Chernobyl nuclear scientists led to power outages staffing issues and communications problems Jeff brumfield NPR news Washington federal regulators say people over the age of 50 can now get an additional booster shot of either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine as if they had their first booster four months or more ago the Food and Drug Administration making the announcement today reiterating that over time the effects of the vaccine Wayne that should help protect older Americans against most severe effects of the coronavirus including hospitalization and in some cases death Stock search today on some optimism Russia and Ukraine appear to have moved slightly in terms of ending the ongoing war there the Dow up 338 points the NASDAQ was up 264 points You're listening to NPR From WAB news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris the time now 5 O four Governor Brian Kemp has signed his school masking proposal into law The governor held a signing ceremony for the controversial bill at the state capitol today This bill will ensure that no local board of education governing board superintendent or personnel in any public school system or state chartered school can unilaterally impose a mass mandate on students without providing parents the choice to opt their child out When critics say Kemp and other Republicans are playing politics by passing the law and called it shortsighted since we're still seeing COVID infections and a possible new variant The new law takes effect immediately and runs through June of 2027 Clayton county school says it will be ending Its mask mandate in response Georgia lawmakers are honoring a Cartersville athlete for winning a silver medal at the para Olympic Games in Beijing as a Moffat reports the triumph came 6 weeks after he was badly injured in a car wreck 22 year old Garrett jaro says having his left leg amputated and his right leg broken may not only a physical challenge but also a mental one The former three sport high school athletes at returning to wrestling and taking up snowboard cross after his wreck helped him overcome depression He says he never felt purely happy until earlier this month when he zipped past the finish line at the Paralympic games It's hard to describe as a feeling I've never had before.
"republic ireland" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Continue to provide the Ukrainian military with the capacity to defend themselves The United States and NATO allies continue to provide Ukraine with both military and humanitarian assistance Earlier today Russia claimed it would reduce its attacks on Ukraine as delegates from the two countries met for their latest round of negotiations in Istanbul Several European governments are expelling Russian officials on allegations of espionage Terry Schultz reports the coordinated action comes amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine Belgium the Czech Republic Ireland and the Netherlands say they've asked accredited diplomats to leave their countries because they've been secretly conducting intelligence activities The Baltic states Poland and the U.S. are among other governments which have already expelled Russian embassy staff Belgian foreign minister Sophie Willis says the 21 people asked to leave her country had been involved in quote espionage and influence operations which threatened Belgium's security They have 15 days to depart The Irish are kicking out four Russian officials and the Czech government one person Dutch foreign minister whoopee hoekstra said after 17 Russians were ordered to leave the Netherlands he expects Moscow to retaliate so his country is prepared for quote various scenarios that may arise in the near future For NPR news I'm Terry Schultz in Brussels Stocks traded higher on Wall Street today the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 338 points at 35,294 This is NPR news in Washington From WAB E News in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris for time now is four 32 State officials say an audit of Georgia's voting rolls shows more than 1600 people tried to register to vote but their citizenship status couldn't be verified None of those people actually cast a ballot Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger's office says they were giving pending citizenship status while federal officials investigate further Raffensperger said the audit is evidence that Georgia citizen verification procedures are working and that elections are secure Well Georgia election administrators are asking state lawmakers to make changes to a proposed voting law As WAB politics reporter Sam greenglass reports every election official at a hearing this week called for changes to that Bill The new election bill is nowhere near as sweeping as the overhaul passed by Republicans last year but it does make some significant changes like giving the Georgia bureau of investigation the power to start election investigations The legislation also adds new rules for documenting how ballots are handled on top of the strict provision already required Joseph Kirk election supervisor in bartow county called the new laws security theater That's just going to slow us down and take more resources that we need to dedicate to other things that really matter in the process And we want to find more resources Here's rocky raffle chair of the Athens Clarke county board of elections We're going to lose staff over this And Athens we already are barely making the minimum required number of staff to staff our polling locations Kelly Robinson with the Newton county board of elections said the provision restricting county election offices from accepting nonprofit grant money would hinder their ability to serve voters We were able to use funding to purchase equipment such as polling pads These additional polling tasks were instrumental in increasing our ability to check in voters efficiently In addition we utilized the funds to install security cameras in areas of facility that did not have adequate security monitoring in the voter fixings The Senate panel has yet to vote on the measure there's just about a week left.
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"republic ireland" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"Yeah and there's a couple of dancers that are going to be Doing the virtual college dance team. That putting on here So that i think was shocking. But i think what was most shocking to is. It's listen to. I think in like thirty six countries worldwide next phase face doing this over facetime and his jaw just at the floor so i went ahead and print it out because i knew nicola walters asks the tough questions are prepared and so i printed out like on the back. End of the podcast. You can see what countries are listening. And these are the countries that there's like more than a handful that are listening to it repeatedly like a ton of downloads. Of course the united states. Australia big listenership in australia. Greetings down the united kingdom right after that germany spain russia belgium france india japan kenya. I don't know who's listening eloped. Mexico sweden poland canada and austria. Those have the most listenership. And then there's a middle. There's a middle where maybe it isn't a handful of people that download every episode and they live in israel the netherlands pakistan who who's listening and pakistan italy brazil malaysia and switzerland and then to round out the list. These are just like one off like there might be just one single person in singapore. Greetings my friend. In singapore The czech republic ireland denmark chile new zealand pronouncing this right tunisia to neo chinese indonesia. Yeah i'm catching fire in the nijaz. Feel like this just like goes to show you the reach of podcast number one but also the reach of denouncing. Yes yeah absolutely and that. That was the whole goal behind this to was to make the dance team world bigger yet smaller so when somebody comes on that That i knew But maybe you know somebody like in brazil doesn't know or somebody like in a state here in the united states doesn't know so that's making that world not only bigger for the listeners but it's also making it smaller too and that's been kind of cool too because Right after the release of the podcast.
"republic ireland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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The earnest handcock shows but berry kirwin from the republic ireland southern island air. And in the break. We're talking semaine points one. What's the currency in exchange. Well it's a euro were they're using the euro because they use the euro. What about Crypto don't even know about it. I haven't heard of youth nobody. What what's that so let's not even a thanks. Then you have About precious metals or silver. on that. Note if you hit him and with it you know they don't know anything okay. How's the barter stuff. Go local communities they may barter be for sugar or something and it's kind of small community thing but how productive is ireland in food with the big mass exodus from ireland. Great potato famine of they had like one crop. I guess and they. They left the near starving. They come america. So is that a threat and or as ireland diversified in its food production. You think that people aren't going to starve in ireland. Where do you think it's interesting. 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"republic ireland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To. On declare your independence me or in the snack we have we are now in Bangor Maine, and we're trying to get a very Kirwin on from Republic Ireland we're working on it right now we got that. A micro sucks. Because Microsoft because Microsoft sucks man you know we're working on here we push this and they got participants and we do. But when DON is working on now when we get him on we'll. Come in away Berry Kirwin living due to an introduction here he met Berry and Emma his fiancee and he got engaged in Orca poke by the way and Arca POCO. Nine, thousand, nine, hundred. Eighteen at least two three years that they were there and they would go and sit through as many. It was like they they had their schedule full and you have a lot of different rooms going on they had to pick between some stuff. I think he might even split on some and they were sucking in all the information and I tell you what they. Find out is that They. Have people around the world are looking for the same thing. You know they're having the same problems. Now he comes on the show we're GonNa talk about all the fearmongering that's going on with the you know the Rona and. You're the Irish history public. Ireland we've talked about before versus Northern Ireland and the European Union Great Britain and Bab deb deb. Now now, there's a lot of times that we have equivalent of a lot of rockstars here in America that are challenging the Doctor Judy Mike Bits Live Dolores Kahlil. Hill there so there's a lot of people that are influence and then they start crossing the ponds. We got. Can't hack heck and lively and Morgan they're going to do. To Australia. They had a band on can hacker lively for a few years and he was not allowed well. We got you. They're very. I think. So yes can you hear me? Yes awesome and you can hear me right. Again yeah, we're good. Awesome. Yeah, you know technical. There we go. See your pretty face to. All. Right. Now we're going to do is I wanted to get an update on. European Union and a Great Britain and then Republican Ireland you guys are. Your separate from. Britain. Now, and but you're part of the European Union. So so you're allegiances lie what what kind of flag you got. On your bumper sticker. Allegiance are the states. The states and The state while the state is Yeah. It's part of the European. The. Great Britain, Novice Sleep with the whole thing is that. Distancing itself from the European Union. They've always had their own currency they stayed with the British pound while Ireland the Irish owned which changed through the euro. A. Bus. Go Go ahead burn off your video I'm attorney my video. So we got better connection. I think. Yeah. Yeah. Now they'll increase our bandwidth here. I'm a stop on stop video not so get better audio now the The cat, what the call it what are you guys call it there this corona virus covid nineteen scare of everybody's gotTa do whatever. What are they? How is it referred to therein Republican Ireland. It's covert nineteen. Year to. Its set saying we get the same. I Suppose News as you get. Is that what you call I news zero to Probably ended in. How would you describe. I least propaganda not freaking brainwashing you know. So I need to know how do you Is it transmitted? Do you have? The information is there School's in session now, or they're not are they constantly on television or it's not do they have masks mandates and it's the businesses arming how do you experience compared to us? We have. Asks we have. All the schools that the school here. Said, the kids are are gone back. Since the start of September do they have to wear a badge today in a plexiglas bubble? What? Yeah I'd have to wear masks so they. Obviously can't be happy. Good long-term. As OWL's. From a news view, we would get. A lot of your news regurgitated in. In, Irish farmers even. Your The vowed she is the. Director of summer over there, which guys is speaking on the most watched them television show tonight aren't. Oh. We don't pay attention. I don't know how much you guys pay attention to whatever the government says but not so much here I, I'm that's one thing I'm interested in a lot of the rhetoric that we get from the officials and the shiny badges here America. Are they the ones that dominate news coverage in television in Ireland Great Britain European. Union as you know, the the US drive the news. A source from the same place, the same ad censorship. A. What stories get on? Obviously. We have our local Irish. News. A more local base the international news would be oddly similar to. But you guys guest. I'm assuming anyone. At the paying trump is a bad guy. An Viruses going to solve the vaccine. Cheese gone. You know. Well what is your? 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"republic ireland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Things like not shopping. Be Jakes live generously for 56 on the ring Central News line. It's summertime is usually a lot of vacations and trips going somewhere. And while some people are traveling, some are not in CBS's Pam Culture tells us some have had to cancel. It's a safe bet that anyone who had a vacation scheduled in the last few months canceled it or had it canceled for them. With so many flights grounded, and that includes justices of the Supreme Court. They canceled trips to the Czech Republic, Ireland, the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Northwest. Because of the pandemic, it turns out that may envy their colleague, Justice Clarence Thomas, who wants a 40 foot refitted tour bus and can use it anywhere. There's a place to plug it in. Pam Coulter. CBS News Old Iron saws after A few months being closed because of the pandemic is back in business. The oldest commission worship float in the world 222 years old, even though Old Ironsides closed down in March because of covert 19 they welcome to million's aboard with virtual live tours. But chief Petty Officer Elliot for Bree's EOE says there's no substitute for stepping foot onto this historic vessel. As soon as you step aboard, you feel A tangible connection to our nation's most early history and the people that fought and died on this ship, the sailors or the reason we still have a country today, and when you step on board the ship, you feel connection to them. Unlike other sites and museums, there's no need to sign up online and visits are free..
"republic ireland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Power, shutting down that water. We feel we can close these places down. And New York City, setting up random quarantine checkpoints, stopping cars at key entry site and those key entry sites include bridges, tunnels and even Penn Station. Well in South Dakota. Social distancing is also a problem. Apparently, this is expected to be the largest gathering. Since the start of the Cove in 19 pandemic, the Sturgis Motorcycle rally. Kicks off today. It's possible hundreds of thousands of people will begin showing up in Sturgis, South Dakota today for the start of the annual motorcycle rally. Christina Steal is with the city of Sturgis and says it's an important event for the city. Whether they want it or not, People are going to show up. Basically, the word love were coming anyway. We don't care if you say the rally is on or not on. She says. The city has cancelled all city sponsored events and has prepared extra sanitation procedures. Are also encouraging people to be responsible and socially distance. Mark Malard, ABC NEWS USS Constitution, set to reopen today in Charlestown Navy Yard after being off limits for months, thanks to the health crisis. Meantime, the Mayflower to, of course, the replica of the vessel that brought the Pilgrim's to America. Cancels a scheduled stop in Rhode Island because of new travel restrictions in that state. It is now on its way back to Plymouth from a Connecticut shipyard after undergoing a multi year and multi $1,000,000 renovation back in Plymouth. Expected arrival is Monday. It's 9 19 cloudy skies for the most part every once in a while, we'll catch a glimpse of the sun, but that's about it 74 degrees here in Boston President Trump takes aim at presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, this time targeting the former vice president's faith in God. ABC news correspondent Kenneth Mode, Trump is attacking Biden's faith, claiming the former vice president is against God. Biden's campaign responding, saying Joe Biden's faith is at the core of who he is. Then it is lost very close relatives to Children and his wife. He's talked often about how his Catholic faith a cz helped him s O. I think that Zen example from President Trump of pushing the envelope and going beyond it and going to a a level of politics that we've really never seen at the presidential Meantime, Biden will go to the issue of mail in voting for the upcoming election. We saw covert is Dondo elections during the primaries, and we know they're voter suppression problems that have nothing to do with covert. So we're gonna be prepared to make sure people have an opportunity to be protected when they show up in person to vote, and we're gonna have to work with election officials in key cities and battleground states to increase the number of early voting locations. President Trump is calling for the first presidential debate to be moved up. Because of early mail in voting three days after roaring up the East Coast cleanup continues in the aftermath of tropical storm in the Northeast neighborhoods. They're still a mess and patience is running thin. In Calvert County, Maryland, families cut off after their road washed away using a basket to send medical supplies to someone who's diabetic. New York's national guard, helping direct traffic crews from us far away as Canada in Florida and now joining the war to restore power. Many wondering how the biggest blackout since Hurricane Sandy could have Open with a tropical storm like science. Still, thousands of customers in Massachusetts remain without electricity. As of this morning property already realized this, but this has become the year of the staycation. It's a safe bet that anyone who had a vacation scheduled in the last few months canceled it or had it canceled for them. With so many flights grounded, and that includes justices of the Supreme Court. They've cancelled trips to the Czech Republic, Ireland, the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Northwest. Because of the pandemic. It turns out that may envy their colleague, Justice Clarence Thomas, who won't so 40 foot refitted tour bus and can use it anywhere. There's a place to plug it in. Pam Coulter, CBS News Joint W B C news, radio and TV Tuesday night, 87 As we simulcast the debate between Senator Ed Markey and his challenger, representative Joe Kennedy, the stakes are high as the primary nears..
"republic ireland" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm Carol Hills the world hate, speech and extremist content are not allowed on most major social media platforms. Technically speaking that is in reality, global networks of white supremacist and other extremist groups have flourished online, gaining big followings and doing recruitment work, almost unchecked, according to watchdog organizations. There's been a huge backlash and now some online platforms are beginning to crack down the world's Lydia leader has our story and a warning. Parts of Lydia's report are disturbing. Last week Heidi buyer and her team reached out to youtube and twitter after discovering slew of white supremacist pages on their sites. We wanted to do was to say you to get this off your platforms. This is directly tied to terrorism. It is you're responsible for you to be hosting this content Byron is with the global project against hate and Extremism A. A US based nonprofit that tracks white supremacists online last week our organization came out with a damning report. It identified dozens of Youtube and twitter accounts belonging to generation identity, a multinational extreme far-right organization with chapters in Germany France the Czech Republic Ireland, Australia and elsewhere we looked at this group in particular, because it is responsible more so than any one else. For spreading the ideas of the great replacement, this is a racist conspiracy theory. The idea is that in western countries, white people are slowly being snuffed out or displaced by nonwhite immigrants to obviously a flawed notion, and makes no sense, but this is the propaganda that these people believe in and have been spreading through social media. The accounts by Rick and her team found on. On twitter and Youtube were linked to generation identity chapters in more than twelve countries, and had tens of thousands of followers I'll wish it was hard to find them because it may be other people would find their accounts, but it was actually very simple all she had to do basically type their name in the search bar in different languages. She found some accounts and then. Then the platforms pretty much did the rest of the work for her suggesting similar people in groups she could follow or subscribe to. This is one of the reasons. The Algorithms these companies used to suggest content are considered so controversial. It sucks you in and send you to more and more extreme contact, and that's a really dangerous thing, and it's the bedrock of why we. We have so many young, largely white males who were getting radicalized into white supremacy around the world since two thousand eighteen buyer excess, there have been at least six attacks motivated by great replacement ideas including the terrorist attack, two mosques in Christchurch News land last year, alleged killer in core appearing defined making the hand signal associated with white nationalism. The gunmen had highs to. To the generation identity movement, and named the Great Replacement Conspiracy Theory in his manifesto, one Byron and her colleagues brought their findings to twitter and you to the company's took action. They removed dozens of these accounts including ones belonging to Martin. selander generation identities unofficial leader in Austria this might seem like a no brainer but watchdog groups say it wasn't until recently that the big. Big Platforms really started cracking down on white supremacists and other extremist and hate groups just in the last few weeks, platforms including, read it twitch. FACEBOOK have kicked off groups and individual people, including high profile figures like Stefan Mono, a Canadian, White, nationalist and David Duke the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan. Frankly, it's pathetic that it's taken that. Long Ben's like this are. Are Too little too late. Howard graves researcher with the southern. Poverty Law Center. He says for years and years. His Organization and others tried to get social media companies to take the white supremacist problem on their platforms. Seriously we would act as good faith partners, using our limited resources to try and help them identify bad actors on their platforms, and almost nothing would happen these. These mainstream platforms grave says became hubs for extremist content, a place where a range of white supremacist groups could establish sprawling transnational networks to communicate with one another and to recruit. The companies weren't doing much. He says, and they did free speech, but as things began to change slightly in two thousand, seventeen in the aftermath of the unite the right rally in.
"republic ireland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"South one A one car into the bushes on the shoulder of that ramp. Julie de Cuba D. I'm on the nervous on the next news, our covert and race to part book on the striking disparities in the pandemic. That's Wednesday on the PBS NewsHour. Stay tuned for the PBS NewsHour this afternoon at three o'clock you're on public radio. I'm Carol Hills. This's the world hate speech and extremist content are not allowed on most major social media platforms. Technically speaking, that is in reality, global networks of white supremacist and other extremist groups have flourished online gaming, big followings and doing recruitment work almost unchecked, according to watchdog organizations. I've been a huge backlash, and now some online platforms are beginning to crack down. The world's Lydia Amano leader has our story and a warning. Parts of Lydia's report are disturbing. Last week, Heidi by Rick and her team reached out to YouTube and Twitter after discovering a slew of white supremacist pages on their sites. What we wanted to do was to say you need to get this off your platforms. This is directly tied to terrorism. It is irresponsible. For you to be hosting this contact by Rick is with the global project against Hate and extremism. A U. S based nonprofit the tracks White supremacists online. Last week, her organization came out with a damning report. It identified dozens of YouTube and Twitter accounts belonging to Generation identity. A multinational extreme far right organization with chapters in Germany, France, the Czech Republic. Ireland, Australia and elsewhere. We looked at this group in particular because it is responsible Morse oh than any one else for fretting the ideas of the great replacement. This is a racist conspiracy theory. The idea is that in Western countries, white people are slowly being snuffed out or displaced by non white immigrants. It's obviously a flawed notion. It makes no sense. But this is the propaganda that these people believe in and have been spreading through Social media. The accounts by Rick and her team found on Twitter and YouTube, where linked to generation identity chapters in more than 12 countries and had tens of thousands of followers. I wish it was hard to find them because then maybe other people wouldn't find their accounts. But it was actually very simple. All she had to do was basically type their name in the search bar in different languages. She found some accounts and then the platforms pretty much did the rest of the work for her, suggesting similar people in group she could follow or subscribe to. This is one of the reasons the algorithms thes companies used to suggest content are considered so controversial. It sucks you in and sends you to Maura and more extreme contact, and that's a really dangerous thing, and it's the bedrock. Of why we have so many young, largely white males who are getting radicalized in the white supremacy around the world since 2018 Eirik says there have been at least six attacks motivated by great replacement ideas, including the terrorist attack of two mosques in Christ Church, New Zealand last year, an alleged killer in court. Appearing to find making a hand signal associated with white nationalism. The gunmen had ties to the generation identity movement and named the Great replacement conspiracy theory in his manifesto when by Rick and her colleagues brought their findings to Twitter and YouTube, the company's took action. They removed dozens of these accounts, including ones belonging to Martin Sellner Generation identities. Unofficial leader in Austria. This might seem like a no brainer, but Watchdog groups say it wasn't until recently that the big platforms really started cracking down on white supremacists and other extremists and hate groups. Just in the last few weeks, platforms including Reddit Twitch Facebook have kicked off groups and individual people, including high profile figures like Stefan will know a Canadian white nationalist, and David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan. Frankly, it's pathetic that it's taken that long. Fans like this are too little, too late. Howard Graves is a researcher with the Southern Poverty Law Center, he says. For years and years, his organization and others tried to get social media companies to take the white supremacist problem on their platforms. Seriously. We would act as you know, good faith partners using our limited resource is to try and help them identify. Bad actors on their platforms, and almost nothing would happen. These mainstream platforms grave says became hubs for extremist content, a place where a range of white supremacist groups could establish sprawling transnational networks to communicate with one another and to recruit. The companies weren't doing much, he says, and they say did free speech. He says things began to change slightly in 2017. In the aftermath of the night, the right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, white.
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"Sick and yeah. Of course they're basically trying to scare me damn it. We're going. We ask somebody from across the pond about how Karuna buyers is being seen there and talk about bunch of this stuff. Berry Kirwin from Wexford Ireland and a friend ours. That comes on the show. Talk about general stuff. Do you know liberty issues. Ireland Brexit Corona Virus Economy Activism. He'll say hello to bury Kirwin Lou. Barry Hey how's it going? I'm excited about talking to you into my week on. Either I get to talk to Berry. And that's you know that's my win. Okay so tell me every little thing from your perspective about Brexit. Is it done going to be done? He kind of did it to what. What what. What's the news from you guys? Perspective from Ireland's point of view. I suppose where we're still in the EU and UK has left. We share a border north with northern. Ireland's going to haven't says sorted out their terms I suppose with the EU and that's all of for negotiation. Well they're gonNA build a wall you get into all between Northern Ireland and Republic Ireland Get All all well. They could build one. Vote would be deployed. I you know 'cause 'cause they threatened that they would because they're like. Oh we're going to have to Irish. Be Welcome here not there and we're going to cause the wall because be afraid I. I don't know what you know now that it's done. Serbia going thank God it's done or they just like Ono. The evil starts now and we're going to have a war. What what's the general consensus on the today? I think the general population probably just fed up even earing about. It's been constant abors last. How many years Gladys Sarda out of the way? And what will happen? Who knows a lot of Irish Exports Goto UK? We buy a lot of booed me. Dairy would be mainstay. Obvious with a lot of food. Leads OUR DUTY? You always has gone right back through the centuries so they still need to eat augustine. They're not getting their imports from China anymore. They're not even more dependent on local economy. And I think this Ron Virus. Just listening to your previous guest. Very interesting it. The economic impact of it. It's going to be much bigger than anything. I think we've ever seen Even if the turns out to not infect duminy economic practice the my support quite well and he sure as heck need an excuse. They need here. It's going to go yeah. That was yeah it was it was it was corona by. Did it the pinky swear? And I'm I'm I'm whatever its always black swan or something but Housi- economy there now and when they did. Brexit is all of a sudden factories. Shut down or or Jim backup. Or what no. It's been pretty. Negligible I suppose. Some of the larger companies Ireland would have lots American pharmaceutical companies. Here like so. Little and and facebook have head offices in. Dublin or likes your so. I can't see in the local economy. I suppose this outside of Dublin. Being Demand City is where most of the work is. The rest of the country hasn't really recovered from the recession of two thousand eight. Still limping along though will see what happens. I I don't think it's going to make too much of a difference to the economy as it is said well which is direction is it going. You have now you have the United Kingdom going out. And they kept their pound you know they have their own. Central Bank of whatever the heck and then you got the European Central Bank and you know the public. Ireland is part of the European Union. Still and you're subject to a lot of whatever controls Ahab and using their money in the euro and is a Great Britain going to continue to accept euros businesses. They want to will can't what they'll they'll have to say like. International Trade is done in most of the major currencies. Well I mean if I go to McDonalds in London to my you know using a euro or pounds or anywhere in the UK using the pounds. The they wouldn't take a euro over the counter you'd have to go to a bank tax. Change okay. Have they ever have they ever taken the euro? No no okay. We'll see I'm like I'll see what the big deal is. You know I'm I'm wondering The European Central Bank. They're worried about BRECON. Contagion of the money economics going down. How how the Republic of Ireland look at the European Central Bank and their health? Whether we I suppose we are as astle housed at European Central Bank is by their print. Money go just like the Federal Reserve and the English Central Bank so I think like the economies of everywhere or slowing down. Anyway you look at the discount. Sales are house prices no matter what you every indicator has been to crash UNDIS- virus sports. Now as you say it's going to be excuse to blame it on even though going to happen anyway. Word Acer boy. Tell me how they're still negotiations with the crown of the British crown on your as the Republic of Ireland. Broke away totally completely. Bite me. We do our own laws on our land and property underneath college or is that a Brussels tank. How free is Republican viral? Well it's it's free from. We have on Parliament here. Stole Make Stone Up? Supposedly for the people like yourselves. What's the European law would be take precedence over Irish law if there was a conflict? Let's say between two. That doesn't happen very often when it comes down to it you got you know the European Union Court Sam. What's what and Republican Ireland. Has the Republican Party has to follow whatever the European Court says are supposed to. That's the tyranny of okay. Now wait a minute. Is the European Union viable in the future? You think it's going to start. Cracking leaving is a done or is it got a future. My personal opinion If decides to leave and has had enough of the bailing would say the smaller countries out. That's the end of us. Like European Union is really Germany and France. That's the digitally to a degree as the main economic powers or looks like Italy might be saying.
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"Be saying Sayonara one of these days know it when we when we come back. We can talk about a lot of your trips and your activism there and what you're doing in the local court system. I just I just WANNA know if I'm if it pleases the Cram Canal occupy my own land. That's all I wanNA know is there. Is that possible? And I. I don't know we're GONNA find out very crew and we come back from Ireland and just a Little Bit Republic Ireland. Sorry sorry. Don't know from the six letter of captain. Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago. But the crowns still claims to own us. When Crimson into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. Landlubbers are routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury duty before you swell with civic pride. Consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown. You will appear. As ordered or face punitive measures the crown insists that you participate in your own oppression. Jury Summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk. Vote not guilty. Even if it's proven the law was violated a juror. Ken equipped for any reason at all. And not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury. Summons is basically winning the sedition lottery. But if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed if the crown foolishly cream say pirate into jury duty. It behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws. If he master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims fourteen percent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones and accept their bondage. These house slave see no contradiction and being drafted in a war to end slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal slave knows no higher call than the masters will the crowds highest. Ambition is that it's slave revere. The Authority subjugates them but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender. My time and treasure to Crowns Ambitions. Join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com. Free speech is protected on the Internet. Right not always.
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"On declare. Your Independence Snack Cocker Phoenix Arizona. Eight from the be studios of Freezer Nice Phoenix on. Yes among sick. Nine hundred and yeah of course. They're basically trying to scare me damn it. You know you know we're GONNA. We're we asked somebody from across the pond about how corona viruses being seen there. And we're talking about a bunch of Stuff Berry Kirwin from Wexford Ireland and a friend of ours. That comes on the show talking about general stuff. You Know Liberty Issues Ireland Brexit Corona virus economy activism. He'll say load Berry Kirwin Blueberry. Hey how's it going any? I'm excited about talking to you into my week online. I get to talk to bury that. That's that's my win. Okay so tell me every little thing from your perspective about Brexit. Is it going to be done? They kind of did it to what. What what. What's the news from you guys? Perfect perspective from Ireland's point of view. I suppose we're we're still in the EU and UK has left. We share a border hope. North with Northern Ireland's bill going that haven't sorted out their terms. I suppose with the EU. And that's all of those. Well they're gonNA build a wall. You between Northern Ireland and Republic Ireland. Get a wall to wall well. They could build one but it'd be declined because they threatened that they would because they're like. Oh we're going to have to end the Irish be. Welcome here not there and we're GONNA because the wall because be afraid I. I don't know what you know now that it's done. Thank God it's done or are they just like Ono. The evil starts now. We're going to have a war. What what's the general consensus on the today? I think the general population or probably just fed up even earing about us. It's been constant than the last. How many years there gladys sorta out of the way? And what will happen? Who knows a lot of Irish Exports Goto UK? By a lot of booed me dairy would be mainstay on a lot of food lead certain duty. Uk and always has gone right back through the centuries so they still need to eat and Augustine. They're not getting imports from China anymore. They're not. It doesn't even more dependent on local economy and I think this Her Own vires just listening to your previous guest very interesting it. The economic impact of it. It's going to be much bigger than anything. I think we've ever seen even if the turns out to not infect too many pink lurton economic impact. It's the my support light. Well sure as heck need an excuse. They need here. It's going to go down. That was yeah it was it was it was corona. Did it the pinky swear and I? I'm whatever its always. Black Swan is something but house. He economy there now and when they did. Brexit is all of a sudden factories. Shut down or or Jim back up. Or what nine? It's been pretty. Negligible I suppose. Some of the larger companies Ireland would have lots of American pharmaceutical companies here like so little and and facebook have head offices in. Dublin likes Europe so I can't see in the local economy I suppose this outside of Dublin. Being Demand City is where most of the work is. The rest of the country hasn't really recovered from the recession of two thousand eight. Still limping along. We'll see what happens. I don't think it's GonNa make too much of a difference to The economy as it is like well. Whatever action is it going? You have now. You have United Kingdom going out. And they kept their pound you know. They have their own central bank. Of whatever the heck and then you've got the European Central Bank and you know the public. Ireland is part of the European Union. Still and you're subject to a lot of whatever controls Ahab and using their money in the euro is a Great Britain going to continue to accept euros businesses. They want to will can't what I will. They'll have to like. International Trade is done in most major currencies. Well I mean if I go to McDonalds in London you know using a euro or pounds or wasn't anywhere in the UK using the pounds. The they wouldn't take it a euro over the counter to exchange okay. Have they ever have ever taken the Euro? No no okay. We'll see I'm like I'll see what big deal is. You know. I'm I'm wondering European Central Bank. They're worried about BRECON. Contagion of the money economics going down. How how's the Republic of Ireland? Look at the European Central Bank and their health. I suppose we are vassal housed at European Central Bank at this point they're printing money just like the Federal Reserve and the English Central Bank. So I think like the economies of everywhere or slowing down. Anyway you look at the car. Sales are house prices. No matter what you every indicator has been pointed to a crash on this virus. I suppose now as you say it's excuse to blame it on even though it was going to happen anyway sooner or later boy tell me how still negotiations with the crown of the British crown on your Republic of Ireland. Broke away totally completely. Bite me. We do our own laws on our land and property underneath college or is that a Brussels thing how free is re pirate for Republican violent? Well it's it's free from. We have our own parlementaire stowed. Didn't make stone up supposedly for people like yourselves. What's the European law would be take precedence over Irish law if there was a conflict? Let's say between two to. It doesn't happen very often when it comes down to it you got you know the European Union Court Sam. What's what and Republican Ireland. The Republic violence has to follow whatever the European Court sense are supposed to. That's the tyranny of okay. Now wait a minute. Is the European Union viable in the future? You think it's going to start cracking or are they leaving don or is it got a future my personal opinion if Germany decides to leave and has had enough of a bailing say the smaller countries out. That's the end of us. Like European Union is really Germany and France Italy to a degree as the main economic powers. Looks like Italy might.
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"Handcock right back to act. Was it one two three all right back to it now. This is what we're GONNA do. How a Clinton insider used his ties to build a consulting giant right? Now this is hi. This is April of sixteen. Now keep in mind. This is like God five. Six months before We're not happy year before the announcement of this. IPO thing that they want to do in September of sixteen gene before the election that they're announcing they're going to go all kinds of corrupt on corruption on the New York Stock Exchange. So I mean you could invest in it. That'd be a good investment. I think that's where a lot of people that send it to. What they they dip investing corruption? Yep You're going to have a war. You invest in military industrial. Oh complex you're gonNA have a government. Corruption will invest in. I think it's how we got access to this stuff. They'RE GONNA look. We're we're just looking to see. Where's the next gazillion in dollars going to be made by these guys? I'm then some corruption even though they may be against it but dammit might as well make money on it or something I you know whatever put your money or you can go lose money with like Tessler or something just in the future lose money. Well we'll see. I think he's probably going to come out all right. Hillary gave a special State Department post to an ex fundraiser. Even as he was laying the groundwork for a global we'll firm and ties to her husband called Teneo now. This was back in April of sixteen so this was not like a secret. Now keep keep in mind. This is Hillary Clinton became secretary of State when she became secretary of State or the first thing she did was to seek out a a man named Declan Kelly. Now this is what we were talking about. Declan Kelly now Cheryl Mills and Podesta. They were the ones that Doug Band former aide to Bill Clinton Clinton was writing to and SAM gets out we're screwed who share a mills. Shell Mills was chief of staff for Hillary as Secretary of state okay. The list goes way all the way up man. These guys are all cotton this thing. The reason she wanted Declan Kelly. It'd be her economic on void to Northern Ireland now. Northern Orland is Great Britain now southern Ireland the Republic Ireland as a separate country now. Ireland is part of Great Britain and he had ties parliament. And the AH giving her forty one year old former fundraiser a special status outside normal diplomatic channels. What you're you're she them economic on boy now now now he's official? I call him going to ask him to start. She wrote August Twenty Eighth of Oh nine now keep in mind. This is after she became secretary of State when Obama became president in eight eight part of the negotiation and deal what we're GONNA do a Hillary Secretary of state get the represent. Get around the world. You know leader to leader. Delete her kinda thing. Hol she'd be the last person if I was Obama making a second dairy estate unless there was some deal that he needed to have a choice. I think is what it came. I'm down to Nowshera. Mills was her chief of staff by some measures. Kelly was a bargain for the government. The ireland-born businessmen refused a salary but he hired five staffers on his own dime and push for. US companies to invest in the troubled region a diplomatic priority for Clinton. So this is you know. Eire's him they want investment in Northern Ireland. They bring in keep in mind. This was right during all the the financial meltdown. Now Europe everybody. They're gonNA crap except Iceland. Iceland said you know we're not playing in your game and we're putting our bankers jail now what you know and they started coming out of the much better than but of course that means that Iceland's gotTa Push Pin in. It is because they are gonNA come targets up so you can go check them. See what's up. I haven't looked at that yet but I you know. So but while serving serving as Clinton's special envoy reaching out to global corporations for investments and such he was also working for to them as a private consultant. Earning about two point. Four million from Dow chemical a longtime client a his and one of the firms that participated participated in Clinton's Ireland Initiative now Clinton's Ireland initiative from what from Secretary of state from Teneo from bill from friends of bill from what it's all the same thing it was also so during this time period that Kelly and doug band a close aide to former president Bill Clinton were preparing to launch a global consulting business. That would soon become a a well known and controversial success story their new venture to nail holdings would go on to employ numerous Hillary Clinton associates including her closest confidante for Nantes Abidine. And for a time. Bill Clinton is honorary chairman giving clients rare access to the couple and their network of world leaders which included Tony Blair now. What was Tony Blair during this time? I can't remember when he wasn't Prime Minister for United Kingdom by definitely was former and also I mean this is just getting the fact that Kellyanne Bam were laying the groundwork for their enterprise while Kelly was working for the State Department as an economic adviser to Blab data reported here for the first time represents presents a fresh illustration of the blurring of the lines between Hillary Clinton's political network and her State Department. That critics have long noted and it shows how one enterprising enterprising fundraiser is. Able to insinuate himself into Clinton's inner circle and then build a five hundred person multinational consulting firm whose value value at least at first was greatly enhanced by its founders closeness to the Clintons this is Doug Band starting to nail to nail was just another. You make your money for speeches and everything now bill we show you what we can do with a company that corruption are us. Oh and then we'll do an IPO. Wow manhattan-based has been center of Palace intrigue for years because of its proximity to the former first family and in his early early days Teneo directly benefited the couple themselves. Though the company emphasized no longer has those ties. God Man Man are you freaking it goes on and on and on it Teneo initially billed itself as a one stop shop for C. Suite Consulting. Where the hell that means a a blend of public relations advice for CEO's and more technical investor relations work so they're like look you know you've got a promise? Probably just come to us. How their logo says that we we take care of business? We got boys look at our list of L.. They got the hobnob would former president president for managed a mutual beneficial relationship with the Clinton Global Initiative. That's a whole nother thing. The Clinton Global Initiative what the the heck is their global initiative. But they were. They were freaking initiating New York Times. The New Republic first reported three years ago. How Philanthropic gathering provided an ideal nexus for Teneo to both recruit new clients and enhance the visibility of existing clients by getting them speaking roles? Now this is where they were able to pay bill when he talked about this. Sixty six million dollars in future of we got going to make money of him going around giving speeches. It's just a way for them to pay him. He worth that. I mean what. What the hell did he do? Man was he's sleeping with the founders wives or something because she always wanted to Bill Clinton I have no idea. Yeah Amanda. You're making money doing it. They got invitations to salon dinners filled with DC power players or meetings meetings with Clinton Global Initiative with foreign leaders in the years immediately after the company's founding this was they just took their White House contacts and every and and then Hillary became run for president. Didn't get it secretary of state next best for what they were doing. Their travel around International. We do do some gunrunning in Syria with Libya and Benghazi. All this stuff is in these emails that got rid of pedestrian emails emails. And then you find out. Aberdeen's husband Anthony Weiner all that stuff that communication between them was on his.
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"You have a happy place you want to share yeah well yeah hi you have to include Ireland do you it makes me happy but I wonder where there are happy they're very happy okay but you're even though I know there's a difference with between north north of Ireland that that that's what they called and and and Ireland and Republic Ireland it's still the people they're very friendly to yeah they're incredibly friendly where did you go where did you what did you find was it really the city's mostly or villages well I was I was in of course I was in Dublin and I was in County Cork and I was in a way the friendly it's hard to sit down to the pub without having a conversation with a friend in the Republic of Ireland not so much in Northern Ireland yeah well I was I got into a nice conversations in the restaurants in Belfast Lynch really that's great I found them to be a little bit more standoffish in Belfast not all but that a little bit a little bit more nine fearful I mean a fearful as the word but just a not quite as outgoing well the only problem I had was when they talk to you a little while ago about that tour they took that end up being the game of thrones tour which I can explain right right right the only drawback thank you Gary we appreciate bring have a good holiday into it it's you too it's an interesting I mean I look at what people are saying about brexit and what could happen people are nervous that if the they have to reinstitute borders because of brexit up because soon Northern Ireland will be part of the European Union and the Republic of Ireland at the Northern Ireland will be part of the UK and the Republic of Ireland will be part of the E. U. and so they're going to have to be a border between them and and there's worried that that could see mark violence is that border had been an issue for many many many years and just what they figured out how to balance things out keep it quiet for awhile this comes along yeah yeah it's gonna be hopefully they'll be able to find a way around this because it's a I think that's the one the one portion of the people voting in the U. in the U. K. are not considering Northern Ireland as much there so much money more of them you don't have to deal with it so I think a lot of people forgot about that issue or just figured it would go away when they were voting yeah yeah yep so it's going to be interesting well as we said before along with voice questions we take email questions so let me pull those up we have one about it says hi Pauline looking to plan a Vietnam Cambodia trip either this April or next fall for four or five women who are in their sixties very curious active and interested in touring in four or five star hotels cruising on the on a riverboat and exploring the cultural sites of both countries over two weeks when is the best time to go we can't leave until April unfortunately this spring or next fall and spring is a pretty good time I know that late in spring can get into the rainy season in some places and I'm worried that April may be that time of year do you happen to know Jason so that's what that's one part of it if you want to be on a tour on and I'm sure all of the listeners who went with me to Vietnam last spring will back me up on this I don't think you can do better than world spree they did an amazing job on our tour I mean our guide in is when he's not guiding is a college professor that was the level of the service we got I thought he was J. best in extraordinary person who had so much interesting things to share about Vietnam and the hotels were four and five stars it it was amazing and it was an expensive do you about the yeah I think that if you don't go past April because it gets muggy and terrible but I don't know if this is not going out or what's going on but we live move to another email question so that's what I would say about so that's what I would say about this is not my right can you hear me now really technical problem okay I was just about Vietnam the best time to go I would not wait past April I started on February but after April gets muggy and yes it can be raining so it's a spring and autumn but avoid the summer I also would suggest a river cruise that's rising in popularity as a destination so that's also something to look into I think with that with the type of group that you want to go with you can often see a lot of the cities and and and a lot of the other stuff to see is kind of accessible by day trip part one some of those legs so you might get what you want out of it and a river cruise right absolutely all right and always I mean most tours include cruises with an overnight on how long bay and that is a really wonderful wonderful destination with it in via has some cruise element to it that's good alright we have a nother email from can hello Paul any Colleen and Jason we love your show and look forward to Saturday when your shows drop on I tunes do you have any tips on booking business class flights websites went to book at cetera I don't think there's any difference in terms of when to book we know from the airline reporting corporation which is this company that's the middle man between the airlines and all travel agencies by all travel agencies I mean the bricks and mortar ones as well as Expedia Travelocity Orbitz etcetera we know from their study which should have looked at two billion fair transactions that things booked on Sundays tend to be cheaper maybe because corporate travel agents aren't working then and that if you book Florida three three to four weeks in advance of a flight that tends to be the sweet spot for to saving money whether you're booking business class economy what have you it's can be different Europe to the U. S. that's that's a good rule of thumb for domestic flights but the other thing is almost all of the major websites that will show you airfares now have filters to just see business class flight so if you go to Frommer's dot com we just did a really really X. yeah we we did a big article on the best airfare sites to using you'll find that link on the front page of farmers dot com we need a quick break we'll hopefully sort out some of the tech issues and we'll come right back to you in just a.
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Controversial. But that's what the people voted. So then it was sort of how to go about doing that in October two thousand sixteen British Prime Minister, Theresa may laid down these red lines for Brexit. Here is what she wanted to negotiate here, the principles leave the single market and the customs union that essentially the trade the free trade. Aid area of the European Union negotiate new agreements and the free movement of people the right of of any member of the European Union to settle live and work in the UK and the third was to escape the jurisdiction of the European courts. That European law would no longer apply. To the UK. This was going to be a radical break that was an October twenty sixteen in March twenty seventeen may invoked article fifty of the European Union treaty. And that set a two year deadline for Britain to leave to negotiate some type of exit agreement but March twenty nineteen just a couple of months. That's when. The UK had to leave the European Union in November twenty eighteen after five hundred twenty four days in a Goshi -ation Theresa May and the head of the twenty-seven head of state and government for the European Union agreed to a deal it was five hundred and eighty five pages long. Here are some of the key sticking points. According to the guardian, the I was citizen rights citizen rights, the deal would allow three million European citizens in the UK and over a million UK nationals in European Union countries to stay and continue their activities where they're working where they're living, and they would be able to get tainted to stay throughout the transition period. Which could be as far as far away as twenty twenty two. So that was the first point the second was money. How much is this gonna cost the UK in order to exit because they were big contributor? To the budget for the European Union. And the agreement was that they would contribute until twenty twenty roughly thirty nine billion pounds at third and probably the most difficult issue in one. I just wasn't aware of was the Irish border. The Northern Ireland. Which is part of the UK voted fifty six percent voted to remain in the European Union. But they're part of the UK. Meanwhile, the Republic iron Ireland is already part of the European Union, but they're not necessarily part of the United Kingdom. And so if. The UK leaves the European Union. The Republican Ireland stays north Northern Ireland is part of the UK then there's a border. Cutting through the middle of Ireland. There was a border a hard border during what they call the troubles that nineteen sixty eight to nine hundred ninety eight where the border was heavily fortified. People and goods that crossed had you to stop at customs identity checks. It was patrolled by the military and on Good Friday nineteen ninety eight. There was an agreement to essentially erase that border to to start allowing. Citizens from one side to go to the other side. If the Britain leaves there's controversy whether that border should be put back in place, and will will that is they difficulties between the two sides. Suddenly we now have this border. And so there's been this idea of a backstop. Within this overall withdrawal agreement that if the UK in Europe in union can't. Negotiate some type of trade agreement that there would not be a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic Ireland that in the interest of maintaining peace there, there wouldn't be a hard border. But then if there's no hard border between. The two Irelands sides than potentially. There would be a border.
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