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"salvador el salvador" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Well shoe fit each all beams on marketing business and try to slice and business. You love i've been there. I've walked from fierce aid. Self love calling on a long transformation and bright walking so you a wife. Welcome to one day in el salvador. Don't skip el salvador. This surprise of el salvador still has me really. You haven't listened to the last episode or read about it on the blog. Definitely do that when i left. Atlanta georgia and twenty twenty and a travel to costa rica which is also on the blog and show about leaving atlanta about travel to costa rica. When you go to the blog at fit life chretien dot com backslash blog and look for the one day el salvador so that was my first stop with my travel to seven continents. I didn't imagine el salvador would be part of my travels in twenty twenty one. But isn't that the beauty of life. The surprise during my three months until mexico i connected with hotel sandoval and juries centro son devan got the becca on doris to my surprise and delight because of the closeness to the salvadorian border to the el salvadorian border. The easiest way to travel to the becca is to fly to san salvador el salvador. And the more. I learned about el salvador. The more i wanted to visit in twenty twenty. I wouldn't imagined the digital marketing impress trips in twenty twenty one in central america and due to the history of the violence and press of el salvador for years people would skip visiting in twenty eighteen. Tourism campaign was launched increased travel to el salvador. Travel times are changing hashtag..
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Thank you. But I don't need any help. A long time Activist former president of the Screen Actors Guild on social Media. He was a compassionate chronicler marking the passing of his Mary Tyler Moore Show cohorts after Kevin McCloud's death in May of this year, as new wrote, I will see you in a bit, Gavin. Ed Asner died Sunday at the age of 91, leaving behind four Children and 10 grandchildren on and off screen remembered by colleagues and fans alike as one of Hollywood's most respected individuals. Oh, that was, you know, I thought so, too, But he was in a lot of things. He's been working up into the very end. Yeah, he really He was animated voices. But he was so great and up. And, of course, Elf iconic, And I didn't realize that he had won the most Emmys of any any any matter. I know both categories. Comedy and drama basically the same character. It made me watching the early you know, Mary Tyler Moore. It makes me want to go back and watch those because I'm sure they hold up. Yeah, I think so. Yeah. Now it's the only one that's left. Is Betty White? Yeah. Eddie White. So then her name started trending yesterday. I'm like, Oh, my gosh. And I think again analysts, I think she might be 99. I know she's older than penicillin. Sliced bread Scotch tape. Anyone who's 99 color TV can beer bubble gum and Duke taxes. That's that's like, kind of, you know, an amazing claimed if I would say Yeah, I'm older than all these things. So Yeah, Betty is fine, but that was kind of Did Ed know that his he had feeling health that when he tweeted and made a Gavin, I'll see you soon. Well, he's 91. Well, I know, but maybe he got like some bad news, and he just decided not to share it. But like CBS cancelled his show, Lou Grant, because he got political it clearly involved. I can't even remember what it was about. Um, and they cancel this show, and it wasn't because of ratings. The rain was L Salvador, El Salvador. Whatever was going on like, Yeah, I can remember that. But, um He also Not filibuster but really lobbied, Um, the screen Actor Guild members not to give Ronald Reagan a lifetime achievement award. Because he didn't like him. And he persuaded to give who Ronald Reagan who had been the president of the Screen Actors Guild awards. At some point, he didn't think he deserved a lifetime achievement award from the actors. So he lobbied, and he never got one. Oh, for crying out loud. Yeah, yeah, that was that was Basner. He's very political raise a ton of money for Autism. I guess one of his sons had autism. And if you look at his Twitter feed, and he had an official at Asner, it was very always with how to donate or do this or write bringing awareness. So it was his official. I don't know that he ran it, but Was used for good. And then the family just tweeted from it yesterday and said that you know it was It was with great sadness. His four kids. Yeah. So anyway. Yeah, And he I'd forgotten that he was in like a rich man. Poor man. Laurie. He was in the middle. Hawaii five. No working class hat in Cleveland. Oh, that's right. He was on curb Your into is in the X Files. Mad about you, Dharma and Greg. I mean, he's been and everything closer. He played that he was like the perfect kind of that. Older, gruff person, Nick a dog. I mean, he's just a great character actor. Besides, you know, blue Grant. Olu Olu. Oh, Mr Graham. I feel like he was just because we we You've got spunk. I know we totally Um, we did a campaign at KSTP are, you know, Channel five news with him member when we first started there? Well, that's right. And he was all he came in to, uh, do some photo shoots him twice..
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"They were solid gold. It'd be worth twenty five thousand dollars. You're in it three in the first olympic games instead of a metal what did competitor. And all this your lesson. Yeah come on earlier. Wait until it's over a minute would early. The olympic rings they represent five continents named munnell africa. Yes north america south america asia and the last one three one ireland and. That's okay horry ako europe. Nope no got it off. Offer north america south america asia. I didn't she didn't say you're up. Mike australia no. I don't think so really. You have to australia. Wait a minute. I'm google that continent voice probably already do fire. Sounds great five. I'm still in africa. Asia australia right. Yeah okay twenty. Thirteen state of jesse owens so one of his nine hundred thirty six gold medals closer to the number how much the gold medal sell for mama. Bobo one dollars ireland. Six thousand five hundred grand or hey six hundred and lindsay One million and one dollar. What forty million. Hey okay. Victory am listening to these standings. Okay ireland five ramona and lindsay four. Not ready to do. I have four. Yeah four okay. So michael do three more. Okay decided all right. We got three more questions that will determine the winner. Might the first one. The olympics will be in tokyo this year as we all know who can tell me where the last four olympic games were held. Go ahead okay. The summer and winter to summer summer summer okay. So two thousand sixteen was in rio de janeiro. Thousand twelve was in thousand. Eight was in beijing. In two thousand four was in City ireland ireland. One more that's like one of those games. You guys used to go. All the work is it. What are the colors of the olympic rings lindsay. Lack yes gold red blue and green. I'll take it because yellowish but goal works right. That's good if no brown jorges this is the last one if you get it you win if i get it. I win if either. Wanna georgia ramona's gets at. I win last one. Let's go all right. The colors of the rings. Let me see wait a minute. I don't ask the same when i had before. Oh can give me second. You missed second all right. Here's a good one. The us and canada and mexico one olympic medal. There are five countries in south and central america that have never won olympic medal of any kind guys being me to countries in central or south america. Who's never okay mama mama. I'm going to say nicaragua. costa rica nicaragua's one. Who's the other one ireland cards. I will guess three to one man. Guess so sexual. South go airlines. It gets another one. Ten seconds in the show's over salvador el salvador nicaragua bolivia honduras. Schon win win right. Hey michael that was great. Thank you all right. Hey reminder coming up nba finals game. Four standby l z sodano cap. Next seven ten espn..
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"And something skated. I i have some guys from el salvador el salvador serie and they say that in their country even they. It's extremely religious and it's better to say it's easier to say that your gay even though you're despised by religion dan to say that you're an atheist because that means all you hate garda you know all the stuff that comes with that so that leads into perfectly into this article because Even though the numbers are low the article gives us a little bit of A chance for hope of like the growing numbers of atheism in south america. So and you wanna toss a little bit about what. The article said in terms of the growth in south america we are. I love this article because it shows how People was starting to live a religious more and more every day. And you know what. I think that there is something that they don't mention in this article on. East of the numbers are even bigger. Because a lot of you know nothing of clicks and catholics normally they are nice when they're babies and when they grow up to charge like dreicer life and that's it so right. I am catholic if you go and check my name. I'm still on a catholic list. Because i haven't done their thing of 'em removing yourself from from their books so i trust me. I'm checking how to do that. It's it's helped me out of doing that. Yeah we show. We should all do it because whenever still say you know what we have. This many people in our church been numbers are really really low. Compared to those numbers Goes a lot of people like me including me. We count as catholic. But we i an atheist on. We don't follow the religion. So yeah oh no. I was just gonna agree with you and say my mom had to take thing with the mormon church It took her a long time to get her name off the books and they were trained..
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Influx of new new user and it wasn't just them a lot of the exchanges out there. Put a freeze on new user. Sign ups they. They were saying whoa. We're grown too fast. You know we have to freeze sign ups because we want him to give you our new customers actual customer service and we can't hire customer service reps that fast enough to satisfy all of the people that want to sign up so we're just gonna close the doors that's literally what a bunch of these big exchanges did. They're like no no more. We can't take anymore. I can't imagine that they had much choice. Each one of these new users is new to the space. Their new to crypto chris. Doing yeah and probably at least one and three of them is going to need some kind of tech support japan holding. Yeah and that's just take half a million of those and remember. We're talking about several. If not more than several major exchanges slowing and or shutting down their new sign ups entirely saying no. We don't want to take any more money from people. And now we're talking instead now in in el salvador el salvador about one company. One company that. We've never that i've never heard of prior to tonight. I mean they are lightning network company. And that's not really my space. But i've i'd heard a coin based prior to two thousand seventeen so according to fox news the adult streaming service ex- tube is closing as its parent. Company faces melting scrutiny. Take it. This is a pornhub competitor. It is guy x. Tube a prominent pornographic streaming platform or streaming platform. Okay yeah when i think of streaming now i think of live streaming for whatever reason because two terms are just so ingrained in my mind. There's porn girls or whatever cam girls they do livestreams right there certainly are but when they say streaming here they just like video streaming platform. It's shutting down. It's this parent. Company faces mounting accusations facilitated sex trafficking on its subsidiary sites The platform announced this week. That it was disabling video and photo upload as it prepared to close down on september fifth. The exact reason for the shuttering unclear but anti-trafficking advocates have heralded the closure as a victory for their movement. Mine geek which ex tubes parent company told fox business on tuesday that it believed this users would be better served on one of us other platforms like any tech company..
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Now have with US Mark Zayd lawyer for Brian, Murphy lawyer for every whistle blower who makes waves in Washington it seems these days mark. Welcome back to skulduggery. Thanks guys pleasure to be here. So quite a story your client Brian Murphy has to tell tell us a little bit about how this came about when he filed his complaint when he retained you to represent him in this matter sure and you know interesting to know quite a story because if this had been ten years ago, fifteen years ago, this will be right a front page story and constant new wrong. It wasn't even the main story going up against. Bob. Woodward is pretty tough. So well, it's you're going up against Bob Woodward but you're also going up against you know the kind of how inured people are these shocking revelations that come. This administration exactly and and that's a sad story to tell in I'm sure historians will tell it so. We filed this complaint with the Inspector General's Office at the Department of Homeland. Security? Technically I think it was the eighth it's dated September eighth, but they would have received at the morning of. September. Ninth, we only entered into the case not quite frankly not long ago end of August or so I mean, we really put this together fairly quickly so that we could get it into the cycle of everything because these this process takes a while and particularly because Congress is about to go out of. Session of course, in anticipation of having to run for re election for the house for every member after two years. So we put this together fairly rapidly in order to to push this forward but it's been in the works at least for a while because as noted in the complaint what Murphy acknowledged that he was the author of two cryer anonymous I g complaints back in two, thousand, eighteen, twenty, nineteen, or so That are part of the protected disclosures that he made. Now because it seemed to him to be clear that senior government officials, dhs either new or at least suspected, he had been the author of the anonymous complaints and so that triggered whistleblower protection even if he had been the actual author and what were those, what were those complaints about those ads do with some of the testimony that was being put forth about? The border wall and the number of terrorists coming in through the united. States. As well as I think I have to go back myself actually in in look I haven't memorized everything in this complaint because at the end of the day, it's his allegations not mine. My objectives are twofold one make sure the allegations get to the appropriate oversight authorities in the legislative and executive branches and to protect the whistle blower from retaliation. You'd have lawful retaliation but retaliation the merits of the case fall to Murphy especially because you know we have conversations of Murphy and wolf the acting secretary ending nominee as well as Murphy and coach Anneli. The Deputy Secretary Yeah we'll walk mark walk us through the specific allegations of abuse that Murphy Alleging Chore So there were seven or eight disclosures as I recall one had to do with whether there was perjured testimony before. Congress concerning the border wall in twenty eighteen, twenty, nineteen. Another had to do with whether or not Kuch. Anneli was trying to distort intelligence that was coming in regarding Guatemala Honduras and El Salvador El Salvador as to why were asylum what why were these individuals nationals of those countries trying to come into the United States and coach Anneli wanted to according to Murphy this is all Murphy's allegations I'd I know nothing I'm Conveying what the client states. Kucha wanted to make changes outlining all these high levels of corruption in violence and poor economic conditions, which is not what the intelligence reports were reflecting and when he saw the Intel reports according to Murphy, he accused unknown in deep state intelligence analyst where we heard that before deep state intelligence analysts were compiling this information to undermine President Donald J trump's policy objectives with respect to asylum. Any wanted this to be changed and Kucha Anna Murphy said no in fact coach Anneli wanted Murphy and Murphy's boss at the time David glower. Was the intelligence chief for DHS wanted to identify the names of the individuals who compiled the reports and either buyer or reassigned them immediately and both cloudy and Murphy refused to do. So that was the second one the third at least how I'm counting it. Had to do with again attempted censorship of intelligence analysis pertaining to Russian efforts to influence undermine US interests and this had to do in particular with information that the Russians were trying to undermine elections etcetera and dealing with a whole host of disclosures and Murphy again was saying look I'm not going to change what the Intel report says day this case it was it was the acting secretary erect Chad Wolf who ordered him to hold back that intelligence wanted to hold back on Intel assessments on the threat of Russian interference. Which of course was making again, raising all these questions of the trump administration and Russia and instead report more on interference activities by China Iran which as you know has been in is a completely different view relationship with which we have with those countries. Okay. Too quick questions on that one. What was Chad? Wolf stated reason for directing Murphy to do that. That's the first question that I have a second one. So you know again I know what's in the four corners of the plate at least from the complaint Wolf. Told Murphy that those instructions originated from the National Security? Adviser Robert O'Brien. Now O'Brien interviewed on Fox News the other day and was asked about this and I thought gave striking statements because I at least in the The excerpts that I heard, which perhaps were not the entire segment of the interview with the experts that I heard did not have actually denying it but instead was more about deflection saying, well, Hey, I don't know who murphy is I never met Murphy, which is fine because we never said Murphy met O'Brien we said Wolfe told Murphy that these instructions came from O'Brien and O'Brien said I've been one of the most strongest strident people against Russia again, I don't really care about doesn't your client's alleged that Wolfe said this needs to be done. So we don't embarrass the president the President does look bad. Look bad Y- in a different..
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"New claims about a border crisis on Lisa Brady. Fox news. The president opening up. It was supposed to be closed campaign event in Texas and letting supporters share their own concerns about border security. Fox's grenell? Scott with more live Lisa the president says people are fearing for their safety because of the border. He also voiced his frustration about border security and the need for tougher measures to curb the migration at one point. He blamed Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, El Salvador for deliberately sending their worse. Those countries are sending because one of their country's sending them to the United States because they think that the people of the United States is stupid. He also criticised some judges for ruling against his protection policies and Democrats for obstructing his security agenda and go Grenell. The president's also signing two executive orders while he's in Texas any to boost US oil and gas production amongst other things. President Trump is directing the EPA to review an update its guidelines for the clean water act, which some states have used to block pipelines from being built or delay them for years. She's Garrett Tenny that could prompt new challenges from environmental groups attorney general William bar grilled for a second day on Capitol Hill over the upcoming redacted version of the Muller report and his summaries conclusion of not enough evidence for obstruction, Mr. tourney, general the thing is you put this out there. I mean, the president went out and tweeted the next day that he was exonerated that wasn't based on anything in the mullahs report with respect to structure Justice that was based on your Sassen democratic Senator Chris van Holland pressing bar to explain his decision bars says he will only discuss it after the mullahs report is out also telling lawmakers he is reviewing the origins of the Russia probe and whether surveillance on the Trump campaign was properly authorized,.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To have votes that will show what they could be support for none of those majority last week. They might get a majority now Michigan state and Auburn of made the grade joining Virginia and Texas Tech in the NC double A's final four stock futures making the grade gains approaching one percent across the board. Boards. I'm Michael Toscano. Broadcasting live from the San Francisco Bay area. This is talk radio five sixty. Start your week off right with Brian Sussman and Katie green. Well, we got a lot of catching up to do since Friday. How you doing everybody? Good morning Brian Sussman here couple minutes past five o'clock out on the coast. Four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred if you want to get in because there's a lot to talk about. Oh my gosh. What's the lead story? That's the question. What is the lead story? So many great stories out there. I'm not sure where to go is an uncle Joe. Good old uncle Joe. We gotta talk about uncle Joe good Olivia's, oblivious. Uncle Joe is it the pope is it the pope criticizing walls to keep migrants out. When in fact, the pope has that's just a wall, but armed security around his place. What about Trump cutting aid to Salvador, El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras? I mean what happens to that eight anyway 'cause we just follow the money. That would probably be a good question and he wants to shut down the border now. A of people down in said never seen anything like this before. So kind of puts new term new meaning into the term spring break. I guess 503. Good morning case for morning show. You come to the right place. And you know it. That's why you're here. Let's get to Katie green. For the news.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"About that sucker fun going through that one last night. Got me kind of jazzed up for the upcoming season. I'm good to go. And what else what else what else you name it? We got it. You name it. What we have here. We have a caravan coming our way, but Mexico is not rolling out the red carpet like it did before. Well, they Mexico didn't. But they allowed a lot of. Aid workers and churches and whatnot. To hand out food water and all that is the caravans came through Mexico on their way to our border. And I guess the government's not letting them do that anymore. In fact, in one case, they're not even letting him go through this town. It's about twenty five hundred people and they're in southern Mexico headed for the US border, and they're getting a much cooler, welcome. They say than last year's caravans. Let's see the city of I'll say Hoechst luck. Because I don't know either police were lined up to keep the thing. Moving moving along the highway outside of town that did not allow them to enter the town. She said is in stark contrast to last year when they were allowed to stay in the city centre. No more the city said they did offer water and medical help to the twenty five hundred people there from Nicaragua. Cuba, El Salvador, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. So they're inclusive. And last fall, the caravans got help local governments churches ended up the food. Like, I said water gave him clothing police sometimes helped give people rides. But this time no activists said the government was trying to wear out the caravans stop them from even trying to reach the US so much said, it's a strategy to break them up to stop the caravans entirely the Mexican government abruptly stopped issuing humanitarian visas at the border with Guatemala those had given migrants legal status while they were in the country working the way to the US border. So technically right now, they're in their illegally in the in Mexico. So the that decision what a bunch of migrants, including many Cubans to Russia immigration officers near the border last week immigration agency closed those offices in response. So there illegally in Mexico trying to illegally get into the United States. Got a long way to go there still in southern Mexico. Could be another week ten days two weeks for the get here. So we'll see. And what do we have the country of Brunei if you are gay don't move there? Don't move to Brunei found this story. They're going to about to enact a law next week that makes any sort of same sex relations punishable by whipping and or stoning to death. God bless America. See that doesn't happen here. People get all down on our country from time to time. We don't stone people to death over things like that. Anyway. I guess trying to put pressure on them not to do this. But they've got I guess people locked up already that they're gonna start stoning next week whipping and stoning. Or committing adultery. Any or all of the above will go into effect, the third of April few details on I look up Brunei, by the way, it sits out there in the Pacific kind of a little bit north west of Indonesia all those islands out there. That's where Brunei is. And yes, they're Muslim. As a matter of fact, I five eleven we'll take a look at our forecast here in just about a minute hold.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Salvador, El Salvador, thank you so much for joining us on the takeaway, thanks for having me. President Trump says he'll strike a bipartisan tone in a state of the union, even as he aggravates Democrats over border security. I really think it's going to be a speech is going to cover a lot of Jerry Jones. But part of it's going to be I'm Ari Shapiro. We'll hear from two freshman lawmakers democrat and Republican on what they wanna hear from the president this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. Weekdays starting at four on WNYC. This cat some filling in for ten Zena this week here on the takeaway last year, eight journalists were killed in war-torn Yemen. Since the outbreak of civil war in two thousand fifteen few western journalists have been able to report consistently from within the country because it's such a difficult conflicts get access to this is not a conflict that is easy to report on that challenge of access to a country facing famine cholera and bloodshed has led some to call it the forgotten war nemo alga just returned from eleven days inside Yemen. She's a CNN senior international correspondent, and her reporting is focused on the arms trail that the US was leaving behind in the country. So we wanted to see if we get that on the ground. How easy is it to find this weaponry and the answer is actually pretty easy. I spoke with them about her reporting from a war zone where bad actors are getting access to American arms the situation. Is still very unstable. The ceasefire is not holding. That was our experience at the front lines that just on any random day, actually that was incoming fire incoming Morse's from the healthy positions. But also dangerous because you have this this miasma this swamp of uneasy alliances. So even on the side of the coalition, you are not necessarily in the best of hands when you're traveling entira tree that's under the control of the coalition forces. Sure. And now you've found you said you found American made weapons pretty much everywhere. What kind of weapons retort me about? And which groups seem to be using them all of the groups under the aegis of the coalition that we're fighting against the who theme Alicia 's seemed to have been given pretty pretty standard set of kids, and that was anything from high tech American assault rifles all the way up. To 'em wraps to mine resistant, armored vehicles, and the reason that's very troubling is because the M wrap is essentially the building block of how the US prosecutes its wars. And and because of that it's considered to be very sensitive military technology because if you in theory, if you get your hands on an M wrap, and you figure out the vulnerabilities of the rap if you're in the in the in the business of trying to put together an idea an improvised explosive device to exploit the vulnerabilities of the wrap. It wouldn't be that hard to reverse engineer. Once you got your hands on an M wrap. So how are these Iranian backed with rebels getting the wraps most of those that we found we were told had been captured in conflict in we were able to track. The serial numbers of the wraps at the who theme Alicia had paraded as Busey of war and track it directly back to a US. Sale. See United Arab Emirates and directly back to one of the largest US manufacturers one of the largest supplies to the US military. So this is quite a big deal for the US for us to have found out that these wraps will ending out. Not just in the hands of of Iranian backed militias. But we spoke to sources who told us that Iranian intelligence had been granted access by the who fees to the maps, and that has to be very very worrying for the United States. Now, how does this jive with the arms sales agreement that the US has with Saudi Arabia? If this important military material is ending up in Iranian hands. When you sign an arm sales agreement with a country, there is something called the end user agreement. So you as the buying party certify that you are the end user of this equipment and in order to transfer that to another policy you have to receive from the department of defense. What is called a transfer certificate? And we asked the department of defense DIGI, you grunt them a transfer certificate, and they said, no, I'm actually went further, and they said not only not attract significant, but we have not authorized the transfer to any posses in Yemen. And that would seem to be raised some concerns in the Pentagon. I'm sure this might be a good time for you to help clarify a little bit about what we know about the sides of this conflict. I mean, we you have the Saudis and the UAE led coalition which is funded in part by the US, and they're fighting against who the rebels supported by Iran, and then there's Al Qaeda that's in the mix. Here. Can you can you explain some of this to us? Well, and I think that's really what from a distance hasn't been properly explained. I think not just to the US public. But to many of the actors even in government that when we got there on the ground. What we found was an al-qaeda linked militia, the founder of this militias. Abbas militia is actually on both the US the Saudi and the UAE terrorist, and yet his militia has been folded into the forces, the thirty Fifth Brigade, and because of that is a recipient of coalition resources, which of course, include US jobs. So you have this appalling alliance which means that US weaponry is ending up in the hands of not just an al-qaeda funded. But also, an okay the trainer when you look at the breakdown of why he is on the terrorist in the United States part of that is because the role that he has played as a trainer for al-qaeda and Arabian Palencia AQHA p in Yemen. And yet this is someone who's who's soldiers are now parading in American Oshkosh is in American wraps, the department of defense told us that they had no idea that this was happening. And that they would now be launching investigation based on the findings that we have presented to them. But this. This has all been hiding in plain sight, what kind of an effect is this weaponry having on the war. This American weaponry that seems to be ending up on all sides. What does it mean on the ground? It means that it's very very hard to fool the posses to abide by any ceasefire agreement. It means that it's going to be very very hard to pick up the pieces because what we have seen in these conflicts around the world is that when you have this this influx of weaponry, especially weaponry that is of the kind of quality is the key is the kind of US weaponry that's flooding this conflict, it's very very difficult to to close Pandora's box and get people to abide by any kind of agreements, and we've seen that in Yemen to the extent that even now weeks after the ceasefire agreements were signed because that hasn't actually translated into an actual ceasefire on the ground, people are starving, and the has to be responsibility taken for that. Because what does it mean the Yemen in three years when you know when the coalition has withdrawn or or or when the world decides, oh, well, we have forced a peace agreement. And now we can kind of wash hands of base. When we arrived. The heartbreaking thing is that people really felt that the world had forgotten them. And that can only be reinforced and inflamed by this feeling that well, it's American weaponry. And it's an American ally that he's prosecuting this war. So why do we as Yemenis matter number? Thank you so much. Thanks for bringing us his story and be safe if and when you return to Yemen, thank you so much for giving.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Those are the numbers to the phone calls. We go David and lilburn. Welcome. Quiry is this why couldn't Trump use the financial aid that we send Mexico every year, but build the wall? Because we barely send them any. Dead. I mean, we we really we don't send Mexico. I think last time I checked it was like twenty nine million dollars. We sit to Mexico and most of that was to help with a military issues in Mexico fighting drug cartels. So it's it's allocated through the State Department as well. And so it can't be reallocated or reprogrammed Satan apartment funds have to be spent abroad in the foreign aid budget, but it's barely any money. I mean, y'all we don't spend in Central America. I realized people talk about the foreign aid budget, the foreign aid budgets, actually, less than half a percent of the federal budget and in Central America. Mexico all the way to Panama take all the countries in Central America. In fact, you know, what? Because I'm an let's do this just so you have a sense of what we're dealing with here. The president wants five billion dollars for the border wall. Let's take all the countries in Central America. That would be Mexico. Oh, Guatemala Honduras believes San Salvador, El Salvador, rather rather, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama don't you like my pronunciation of Nicaragua? All those countries we spend less than a billion dollars. In fact, when I did it on Eric I it was less than gosh. What was it? The less than seven hundred million dollars in Central America to get up to eight hundred million dollars. You're gonna to start pulling in South American countries. So if you were to re if you could theoretically reprogram one hundred percent of the money being spent in Central America, you would get less than a billion dollars, which is problematic. So yeah, but you can't reprogram foreign aid dollars. That has been tried before. I believe and has been thoroughly rebuffed by courts can't be done. Let's see. I don't have time to do anybody else. Justice y'all stick with me on the phone when we come back. I will take more of your phone calls. We also need to get into a very specific topic. Antisemitism. The media in this country has been so obsessed with the rise of the old right and Donald Trump and whether or not he's a racist. And they all presume is the media has completely ignored the rising anti semitism on the left. You now have members of congress who were raging antisemites hate, Israel and are blocking legislation to support Israel and support our alliance with Israel all while complaining about the president disrupting alliances. Elsewhere, it is totally because the media world view is so biased against the right? They never bothered to even focus on the rising. Antisemitism now, you got a member of congress accusing people of dual loyalty for supporting Israel. Ponder that. While we go to commercial break. It is forty after the hour. Eric Erickson here the full number four zero four eight seven zero seven five zero one eight hundred WSB talk back to the.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Richard is in el salvador reporting with the story of one man who was sent home from the us without his daughter nearly one hundred rents arrived today in el salvador deported for entering the united states legally many didn't want to show their faces among all these arrivals we saw no children so where are they vent is the echinacea they it's been twenty six days since i've seen or heard from her says are novi guido about his six year old daughter maybelline the two left el salvador for the united states last month he says the dangerous trip was worth it for reasons americans just don't understand you love your lands okay they don't know what it's like in el salvador he says they don't know how bad the violence is here they say we are like a plague but that's not true are no bits and his daughter were arrested in texas by border agents i was told my daughter and i had to get on different buses because there wasn't enough room he says but when they were driven to mcallen where many migrants are being processed six year old maybelline was suddenly nowhere to be scene don't let me as i said where's my daughter the border patrol agents told me they didn't know anything about her that it wasn't their problem now or no bus was deported back to el salvador without maybelline desperate and confused mealy don't separate us don't let us in but don't rip us apart he says we reached out to the department of homeland security repeatedly but received no information are nobis tells us he did manage to speak with sixyearold maybelline he says she's still in the us richard engel nbc news send salvador el salvador our thanks to richard for that reporting what this is when you look at it as the story of just one father deported without his daughter i think any of us can imagine how difficult it will be for this person this one man to find and reunite with his child now that he's there in el salvador where richard was talking with him because this person doesn't even know where she is now it's also proving incredibly hard even for those parents who are inside the us so they're theoretically of course closer to their children over twenty three hundred children by the counts according to the administration have been removed from their parents and they've been distributed in these shelters or foster homes around the nation that includes as rachel's reported babies as young as eight or nine months shown up in the middle of the night it shelters it's far away from the border as michigan or new york state there was an attorney in texas telling the washington post she's heard that more than two dozen stories from central american mothers who've been detained for up two weeks without their children and that attorney says they haven't been able to locate a single one of the children knows cases saying quote it's just a total labyrinth the post reporting the government officials say they've given detain parents of flyer with a toll free number for the office of refugee resettlement as the us agency usually in charge of providing shelter for unaccompanied immigrant children but not a single one of that attorneys clients had received one reading again from the story lawyers maintain that when they have called the number off a no one answered in some cases when someone did pick up that person refused to offer details of where children had been taken and other advocate telling the post either the government wasn't thinking at all about how they were going to put these families back together or they decided they just didn't care and today we have word that the department of health and human services has created a quote unaccompanied children reunification task force which may sound like a good idea but it also appears to be more evidence that the administration had literally no plan and no assign staff in place beforehand when it made this new policy to under the old policy and try to reunite some of these families split under president trump's orders i'm joined now by ephron oliveira's director of the texas civil rights project racial justice and economic justice program appreciate you joining us this morning you told people gathered outside one of these court houses this was in mcallen texas this is the first day in over a month where you've seen that there has not been charges for people on illegal entry separated from their children what does that mean what more can you tell us so it appears that there is finally changing the policy now.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Knows time crimes fucking great movie i think that more is time travel movie unless the spanish speaking film but it's definitely spanish speaking film devil's backbone which is gary modell corals earlier work and then i wasn't confident enough to have it on my list because the five adami list or so strong and i can abide by them but lewis boone well he's definitely a maverick making movies and pushing the envelope one movies we're still in their infant stage he's definitely worth looking into if you consider yourself sinophile or you'd like to be one or you're just interested in like some of the forefathers of cinematic universe lewis men well he's done some amazing stuff and did a bunch of movies with dali and salvador el salvador dali and he was really going okay so we can you know show these moving pictures to audiences let's fuck with them and you know he was doing horrific imagery back in the thirties manipulating yes louis poodle is definitely worth checking out would've loved doc about city god but that is portuguese yeah you can't go brazilian films a couple of quick story before we wrap up here my very good friend you know you're talking about with it on this show or the patriot on my friends who are too smart for their own good accessible talk about it yeah my one friend who's smart enough for his own good and he actually did okay he's a lawyer and derek seattle now he lives out here in malibu with his law firm and he had a cleaning crew that when he lived in seattle and he loves speaking spanish to him because he took a bunch of spanish when he was a high school and college and after about probably two years of speaking spanish and he thought it was really weird because he thought spanish was good but they can understand him and he's like it must be rusty and when he found out that there from brazil and they speak portuguese.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Oh how clever he is so one was that are the bleep all countries because they gave us the american ring personal i'm so board of you to i'm sorry i'm just i'm so board of them that sound the reverberating guitar and the and the bondo singing in his strangely muted voice him so bored with it but beyond that put aside the artist rabbit that doesn't make any sense was there the bleep hold countries because they gave us america no that's people left because they were terrible by what you really want to say is when you want those countries not to be bad that's like saying blessed is the abuse of hope and they gave us beethoven i couldn't you just like be thankful for beethoven and not the fact that his father used to wake him up in the middle of the night and snapped him on the knuckles every time you made a mistake while he was practicing they have other have visit that's such a nonsensical statement blessed are the bleep whole countries because they gave us americans than my ancestors came here from russia it didn't make what like not bless russia a ride the only blessing my ancestors were saying about russia was the same blessing this infant were on the roof god bless and keep these are far far away from us they nobody's interested in being in it like the reason people are leaving is because these countries aren't great and we have a we have a anani than antiisraeli salvador el salvador is having serious problems right now i'm super grateful for an annex a wonderful wonderful person i love her she's terrific my wife and i would you are so grateful for her we're not grateful that i'll salvador having problems right now we're not grateful that that honduras having problems right now we're not grateful that these bleep whole countries supposedly are are having troubles like that what but this is the whole thing rated slapping trump and look look diversity is he so diverse are you too and he's so meaningful look at look at bondo every time the looking up to the sky late i as a musician for many many years my favorite violinist as his every violence favorite violence has yasha hype that's one.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
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"salvador el salvador" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Mike lyles is the director of pro costa and researcher at the university of texas we reached him in san salvador el salvador and you can find more on this story on our website c dot see a science a each the faroe islands they may not be at the top of your dream travel list but you can now begin exploring them from the comfort of your own home that is because last week google street view went live on the faroe islands now this is a story we've first told you about last year when we spoke with degree to dial andreasen and ms andreasen told us about the island's effort to map there are small network of roads and get up on that platform but the problem was gugel would not send cars to the faroes and so the island's tourism board took advantage of a locally available resource that being sheep here is ms andreasen speaking of guest host susan boehner in july of 2016 about sheep view 360 we had that worked closely together with a specialist suit he made as sinn at harness and that we mount to camera as so ashley that's it's highness that to sheep has on his back and how many sheep if you put to work on this sad task we only work was one sheep at the time so we yeah and i only one i understand there's no shortage of sheep on the faroe islands because we we went to make sure that the uh the are barakeh and we can follow it and watch closely what's happening so and we have the math science different places on the islands send we continue so slowly to to map more uncivil hopefully comes.
"salvador el salvador" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"And it turns out i could tell that we're kinda into this earlier the left was probably like please be a white male nra member and it turns out this guy's in the country illegally and you and i before recording we're talking about how this is getting buried in all of the stories from the mainstream media this is actually for abc but there you're only quoting the police report here five forty five pm immigration officials have lodged to detain earn a man accused of killing a muslim girl who was walking with friends were mosque between ramadan prayers us immigration customs enforcement officials said in a statement on monday that twenty two year old darwin martinez toro's of el salvador el salvador has had no prior encounters with ice police have charged martinez toro's with the murder in the death of 17yearold knob in in a detainers are lodged on people arrested on criminal charges who are believed to have either entered the country illegally or violated the terms of their legal status knelt like i know people are ready saying this is the vast minority of illegal immigrants obviously war crimes committed by people in the country illegally legally of course but nonetheless if we don't do anything about this type of situation yet you're gonna see more attacks like this happen that don't need to happen my thing as el salvador i was like the biggest producer of ms thirteen did it trump just recently hold a conference about ms thirteen and going after them personally.