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"shikata" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:31 min | 2 months ago

"shikata" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg business class. So there are a couple of things to consider. When you look at the way that the equity market is pricing the future. We've got the prospect of robust federal relief here in the U. S. Ah, lot of the data that we have seen globally on vaccine rollout has become more encouraging, and at the same time we have seen the declining trends in new infections. So if you look at the Citigroup gauge of global risk aversion, we're now at the lowest level since the pandemic first royal markets a year ago. If you look at the U. S session, we had a rally across the board record highs for the major benchmarks. Particularly among small caps. They were the out performers. The Russell 2000 was up about 2.5%. Today, as we look at markets in Asia, consider the fact that we're entering the new year Lunar New Year festivities. So as an example no trading today in Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong will be on holiday. As well, A South Korea at the end of the week. Right now it's kind of a mixed picture. On one hand, we have the market in Tokyo, moving up with the Nikkei higher by 4/10 of 1% in Seoul, the cost be advancing by more than 7/10 of 1%. Body in Hong Kong. Hang Sang is down 1/10 of 1% and in Sydney, the Aztecs 200 weaker by about a half of 1%, meantime, on the Chinese mainland Shanghai composite Better by about 6/10 of 1%. Crude oil talking about risk assets back above 58 a barrel. I'm trying to remember the last time this has happened. 58 45 now in the Elektronik session with a gain of about 8/10 of 1%, so we're very much building on the gains. We had in New York. Interestingly long term interest rates coming in a bit. 10 YEAR Treasury 1 16 now in the Tokyo session, the dollar is weak. We have a stronger yen. And a stable offshore Chinese currency. Let's get to San Francisco next, so we can check global news with that. Baxter, who was in the Bloomberg 9, 60 newsroom, Eddie, All right, thank you. Douglas. Tokyo Olympics Organizing committee plans to hold an extraordinary meeting as soon as the end of the week to discuss the remarks Yoshiro Mori made about women saying that they talk too much at meetings. Confidential United Nations report says North Korean Iran working on long range missile projects together South Korea's reporting the North is continuing to conduct its winter drills with no unusual behavior. May Amar's declared martial law on its biggest city. Social media being used to mobilize opposition supporters You came in while is weighing in saying the coup has gone past the point of no return. Says it looks very much as if it's headed toward violence. China's push back a target to inoculate 50 million people by almost two months California cases in hospital numbers drop significantly, The governor is urgently calling for more vaccine to keep the trend alive. New York City's public middle schools, where he opened February 25th for those who want to learn in person in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg. Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. It's 9 49 on Wall Street Time to check in with Bloomberg opinion. We're joined by opinion columnist Brian Shikata, whose writing about the 30 Year U. S Treasury bond yield reaching 2% for the first time. In about a year. And why that may just be a distraction. So, Brian Great to have you back. So you've got a lot of things in here. You got the 10 year. The 30 year. You've got the inflation. Uh, you know, uh, Linked securities. You've got the two year being low in yield, right? While other longer term bonds are rising. What's your main warning? What's the thing that most concerns concerns you in this column? Yes, I think that a lot of people look the 30 year, hitting 2% and say 02%, That's the feds inflation target. Therefore something is up that bonds are moving back up towards the fence, inflation target of that, and that should be a concern. But I think when you really look at the inflation expectations over the next two years in the next five years Which is actually the near first future 30 years from now, we have no idea what we're going to be looking at. But 2 to 5 years from now you kind of have some sense and the bond market is saying we're going to see 2.5% inflation over the next two years, 2.3% inflation of the next side. That's a lot For the Fed, and I think that's going to have to raise some questions about whether they may.

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"shikata" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"shikata" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Those hopes were mostly dash last week as it became clear that Republicans would likely retain the majority in the Senate. It turns out the on Lee thing, better in the eyes of investors is clear Progress toward controlling covert 19 Here to tell us more is Brian Shikata, a Bloomberg opinion death columnist. Tell us about the market reaction to the possibility of a covert vaccine. I mean, the market reaction was fairly extraordinary. You saw Doc go off to the races. Treasury yields move much higher. There was a bit of a ship from this work from home trade where you have a zoom and you have your palate. Hahn's, um Soaring and price to some of the more typical names like bank stocks and small caps leading the way, So it was a real interesting shift, and it sort of that's the narrative, okay? We have progress on a vaccine. We can actually start to see the light at the end of the tunnel and think about returning back to normal. Remind us about how the Federal Reserve has been talking about Cove. It Yeah. The Federal Reserve has often said that the virus is first and foremost on their minds. They basically say the path of the economy will depend significantly on the course of the virus. And so the idea that there actually might be a way to contain the virus, after all, and maybe even sooner than some people expected. Has gotten on traders. Stock traders alike really excited about the possibility of the trade that's dominated so much of 2020 kind of disappearing as we near your end here. Is the prospect of divided federal government playing in in any way here. Well, I think the interesting thing to think about when it comes to the vaccine is in a way don't form of economic stimulus period to get the vaccine. You're able to get people immune Tonto catching the coronavirus. Then you have the possibility of reviving economic growth on his own, and the issue with a divided government that we've seen at the federal level after Election Day. Is that the prospect of greater fiscal stimulus coming out of Congress? It's really diminished Republican of them to want to put a massive multi trillion dollar bill, like the Democrats do so, as a result, if you have a vaccine, and that kind of works in a similar way, so what markets were expecting from fiscal stimulus? Does it work in a similar way? Or is it even better? It could be in some ways interpret even that I mean, certainly just a pure human level. It's certainly better if we're able Togut the population out and about like they were before. Rather than Sunday stimulus tracks to people who are unemployed and have toe quarantine at home. So I hope your just economic perspective in some ways, a vaccine and fraternity fact too. Economy that quite frankly, the U. S had before the coronavirus came about would be a real shot in the arm. So to speak. Give us your take on how the U. S economy is doing right now. Do you see it bouncing back? I think the U. S economy has been has been doing pretty well here. Obviously, the first cares Package helped out tremendously during the worst of the pandemic, But now you're started the unemployment rate fall. It's not 6.9%, which was Way better than a lot of economists were expecting. At this juncture. There's still a ways to go and that the Fed and economists that elected officials are cautioning about that. But there is this sense that we're trying to learn to live with the virus, and hopefully that will be enough to carry the ball back through to when this virus or I'm sorry when this vaccine is actually able to be distributed on a large public scale. What about a Biden administration versus a Trump administration? Well, the by an administration has has come out already has a covert 19 task force and has urged obviously mask wearing, um, a zoo. The president elect has been throughout his his time on the international stage, so I think it's gonna really depend. Wasn't like Biden has basically said that we're in for a potentially dark winter. But the idea that the vaccine developments moving forward on schedule presents some life get in the tunnel. I think for her, not just people who are in the financial markets, but the American population in the world population as a whole. So you say in your column that traders might dare to be optimistic and it's reasonable to start eyeing. 1% 10 year Treasury yields again. Yeah, it z2 exciting level believe they're not coming into 2020. You would think 1% 10 year Treasury yield was unthinkable, but it's been below the 1% level since March on now we're starting to creep back up towards that level. Which is just purely psychological, really. But it also would be significant if there if the yield was able to move above that kind of a signal of optimism about U S economic growth going forward, So that's so That's AH, level the watch. But it seems like there's a lot of interest around that level two. So expect kind of a back and forth between buyers and sellers..

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"shikata" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"shikata" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Health system comes this report 13%. Fewer hospitalized patients died as a result of being given hydroxy chloral Quinn. Now, this little right at this news report. It's is not devoid of any Any criticism. Of course you've got you know, from the left you You've got to cover your tracks. You got to make sure we weren't completely wrong about that week. Because later on it says Yeah, but critics say Survivability raped. Is due to a steroid. I was taken by the patient, not the hydroxide Chlorine, Quinn. Anyway. Back to the violence this past weekend Independence Day. Weekend. Not only Chicago, as I was telling you earlier this hour, this beautiful little baby this eight year old, not only Atlanta for that eight year old John was was killed much Shikata, whose Chicago, Illinois, still a mess man alive. Like almost like 70 people got shot this weekend 70 plus It was like 14 16 dead. In Chicago, and that's just this past weekend every weekend is a costume, trumpet of death and shooting and mayhem and lawlessness and mohr death and more black on black violence and more black on black killing. Surge of gun violence and major U. S cities is past weekend. Claiming multiple lives. Lots of little kids. Chicago, A seven year old girl shot in the head while she was playing with a group of kids. On the fourth of July. A 14 year old killed in a separate Chicago shooting. And, of course you heard the one in Atlanta Washington, D. C. An 11 year old boy was shot and killed while running into a house. Grab a phone charger. It's just a small sample was taking place in our country in Chicago, of course, leading the way every single weekend. They lead the way. Chicago, Illinois with the strongest ordinances and laws when it comes to gun ownership. Taking away from citizens of right to self defense and taking away the Second Amendment said of right of citizens to self defense. We've been placing all these ordnance. All these laws of The gun control that's not working. Of course, the That story does not fit. The mind set the narrative of the leftist media. Nor does it fit. The black lives narrative, the black lives. Organization narrative. And let me say this black lives matters. Black lives do matter. Absolutely. They matter. Black lives in all black lives matter. Black lives do matter. And we were forced to parse between BLM. The organization that is a Marxist organization. At the beginning of the sour you heard President Trump talking about defeating the radical left The Marxist BLM black lives matter. The organization BLM. It's been mainstreamed because Of this surge of Of emotion. And an anger and frustration. The failures. Of our communities and our nation within within within the inner city, and when the black communities and lack of proper training and addressing The small sliver police that need to be re trained or need to be taken out. Of the force. That's not black lives matter. The organization bike life black lives matter. BLM is a Marxist organization is a danger organization. They have been mainstream. And cowardly industry, cowardly businesses, cowardly sports leagues in this country. Now bowing at the BLM altar, thinking they're doing something good. These are these are dangerous times. Black lives matter. The organization should be championing the cause. Looking into the reasons why there is so much black on black violence. Black on black shooting. Why there is why they have communities that have substandard educational results. Despite having the same school districts across the nation, same atthe same English same science. Socials. The whole thing. The books are the same. Why are we failing our kids in schools? None of these issues are going to be addressed. All they want is to tear down this country. My wife. And friends. Someone they get really frustrated. What's what's being seen on television. And they see the polling data on the swings. These all Donald Trump's behind and 12 polled in swing states against Joe Biden. I am convinced that if Donald Trump Continues on the message. Of law and order continues toe own this message of preserving our nation..

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"shikata" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"shikata" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"So not only now Kirsten gillibrand who what is it a week and a half ago compared to pro-life position to being racist, racist? That's fascinating considering minority. Infants are terminated in the room in the womb at an unbuttoned and edit show disturbing raid. So it's somehow racist to want to protect the lives of minority children. That's kind of amazing Kirsten gillibrand said that in an interview, comparing pro-life positions to racism. But now she wants to make sure that American taxpayers pay for it to just disgusting corporate America. This is what you want. I mean, you're going to look American, the face to tell you these guys and ladies in this case, I mean, really it? All right. Moving on because I'll say some, I don't want to say I don't wanna do that. All right. I'll leave you on a bit of a kind of a. A humorous note today. This is actually story cracks me up. I can't get enough of this. So I was looking through Twitter. I'm been trying to put up some some, some more humorous content here and there because it's such a serious topic. We got the twenty twenty election, I'd be getting a lot of emails from listeners to, they really liked the show. But sometimes they feel a little worn out by politics. So as I've searched through Twitter and sometimes it's tough like we had the alien video last week. There's stuff. I just throw in there. That's good. But this one was, but it's you don't know if it's going to be good for the whole aunties. This was a ground ball. I saw the story Ben how who is a friend of mine benzene good guy who does a lot of content conservative content. I saw this on his Twitter feed. It was a story ironically, it cnNcom. But let me put up the tweet out put this up on the screen and go to YouTube dot com slash Bongino. If you want to see this. So, so this Pakistani politician, right, folks. He wants the livestream. This community meeting event, these doing on Facebook. Whatever it may be. So he enables us Facebook page, the video, he's from the PTI k p k party. He's the information minister Shikata you've Sanni or you've size sorry. So he enables the video on his face. But to go live. It's like this community meeting where he's at. Someone on his Facebook page, who had been messing around with it before, I guess, one of his staffers got to turn the cat filter off, now for those of you who aren't familiar with the technology Facebook Instagram, Snapchat have these filters and these filters overlay on your face images. They could be dogs catch which why would anybody want to do that? They do it to be cute and funny someone turned the cat filter on this guy's Facebook page and forgot to turn it off this poor guy should Kat, you've side sorry from say in your name wrong. She from the PTI KP party was broadcast is, you've got to see the pictures, go to YouTube dot com slash pungent. You can see it at the end, you gotta see or or you can go to add motion below Alcon has up there to some guy took it over two hundred Ben how is that as well? CNN as it is super funny. This guy's on the screen, the whole time we Cattier. Years, he's on whiskers on his face. He has no idea. They read your face and puts a cat face on you the whole time. He's live streaming this thing to his audience with the The kit. picture on Paula note to self take note, make sure when we start livestream bid stuff, Twitter, Facebook, whatever it is big note, take the cat filters offer. Can you imagine doing the show for you? The whole you know, be really funny. If you put a cat thing on me right now. Please put a reminder, take the cat filter off, folks. I'm sorry. I did not be teased that thing to death..

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"shikata" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And see if you can score some passes there. I really do think there's this big gap between. What what we're generating? And what we want or need to generate to really live the life we want, and I say that because I think that's probably one of those common phrases or common questions or comments that I hear out doing class. If somebody says, you know, I just need this to be able to live the lifestyle I want. So there is this. There's this cash flow. Void you know, that you see over and over. And I think we've even gotten to a point, unfortunately where it's the norm. We say, you know. Well, yeah. But most people don't make as much as they want. And but most people don't do this new reference. The three percent earlier the three percent that are financially stable financially independent. We should say financially independent. They don't rely on a job just to make ends meet. They're not just getting by. What are some of the things you as you worked with individuals who've crossed that barrier from the ninety seven percent that it's the norm to the three percent that aren't satisfied with the norm. What are some of the traits, or what are some of the things you've seen with those types of individuals that really people need to focus on in order to achieve that type of goal. Great question to me, it comes down to education. Ryan, so many people out there have heard you can make money in the markets. Well, that's true. But you've got to be very careful about that. And here's why the number one mistake that most people make when they first learned a trade or invest in the markets is they try to do it themselves. They try to go out there by reading books or just going ahead and watching YouTube videos, and all that does is empower you to be just dangerous enough to know enough to hurt yourself now. If you think about it most people out there forget what trading is really about. It's a transfer of money from people who don't know what they're doing to people who do know what they're doing. It's like anything else in life. When you have a skill and understanding of the rules of engagement of how things work you have a higher probability for success. And if somebody out there is really looking to generate more cash flow than what you got to understand is that that's possible. When you're educating yourself your skill building. It comes down to those three steps again. First and foremost for anyone wanting to do the Shikata have commitment, so many people out there don't really want to commit to something. Which is why the easiest way out is just to get a second job. They're just giving up time instead of having to apply themselves. So if that sounds like you, and you're frustrated right now. Well, then you gotta figure out how can you work not hard? Not smart. But working right working right is doing things that other people do that are successful in something that you would like to do and you wanna follow them yet. Most people are not willing to make that. Commitment. Ryan the second thing is once you've made the commitment and you start practicing and building skill. You gain the confidence to be able to start making much better financial decisions. And then when you have the commitment of the confidence that eventually leads up to the cash flow the commitment confidence in cash flow. Those are three sees a love it. You're you're talking about the transfer of wealth inside of the financial markets. And I think that's always just a key thing for people to remember money. Just doesn't appear out of thin air and money just doesn't vanish into thin air when you see some growth in your accounts that came from somewhere when you see loss in your accounts that went to that went somewhere, and one of the things that the one of the other kind of fun things that I always love is. If you always do what you've done you'll always get what you got if you're completely satisfied with what you've got. Then don't call in and try to win these tickets because these tickets are designed for somebody who's not satisfied with where they are. They want to approve on Larry, I'm asking you. How about we give a few that we give away if you more of these tickets, let's do it. And just a second. You're.

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"shikata" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"Guess older mice nut experience of rice engineering before the first race. I think. We'll set of headphones once retested thrust in somewhere. I can't remember. And then it strikes in the first race. So incredibly wet behind the is. We got through the is a very wet weekend. And in the rice about five three laps. Also from the end with a think, Christian must've been been leading the calc tops low fuel. So is immediately blamed of having not put fuel in the car. Christian. Understandably enough lost his cool instead on this. What young engineer will humour comedy will as it turned us is that if eat that caused them to run out, but unfortunately, by then the damage was done and. In a way, I blame. I in his career was obviously on the line. You know, he's he's desperately trying to develop his career. Last thing. You wanted to do some inexperienced rice engineer. What was remarkable is that it's the three call team, and Johnny Shikata who is one of the other drivers said I Kyle. I'll take Adrian in. So Jones rice engineer Ralph Bellamy, mental Christian's car, and Ireland's Jonasson we had a great relationship through the. Lovely lovely person Venezuelan, and we ended up taking it dense of own finishing second in jump ship to talk relationships with with drivers. Is it true to say that the sort of the first close relationship you had with Bobby Rahal and in one thousand three how was it? What was different about him, you know, back in ninety three and then we can go on to talk about this or the the jugular thing off towards, but I'm he was a very special driver. What would you like to work with? Well, as I say, full, but sorry. Say. Nights sloping shoulders. So I did my race engineering. Johnny icy to install learn the ropes a bit a bit of race engineering while at Daytona race wasn't rice engineering that was survival. But then with I'll hold us in in the sports car stop once he he built the March eight three G two couple of races him, but still fairly inexperienced rice engineering. Trees anybody Robin Hood is source of positive his money from the Americans had this policy of flogging is lending his engineers. Leasing is engineers effectively out to the teams that running marches. So I was sent out to be rice engineer truce bolts, full, Bobby right healthful the full Indy-Car season. And that was another huge learning curve. Indi calls. I think very interesting challenge because just like full alone or other series. You have the the ROY tracks. And if you like the conventional street tracks sorry rice strikes like Silverstein inside full, which they'll be much falls too cool in the street tracks. But then in addition to that you have the shoals titles of a mile ovals and then the two and a half mile super speedways. And they require very different skills. Both of the drive around of the race engineer particularly kind of the first test Phoenix short oval, which is the first test. I went to Bobby and truce bulls. The car was sitting there, and it's kind of looks as if the accidents happened already, you know, every single wheels different camera angle, the 'cause tilted which means it's kind of sitting left hand down nothing square, and is from from a rice, engineering perspective is that sheer they interesting channel soy challenge..

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"shikata" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And now, please welcome. Dr Liederman, I hope you're having a good day. And I'm happy to be with you. This is Dr Liederman we are learning together. I wanna just jump in. We're talking about a woman who came in. She's sixty eight years old. She was born in Ecuador, she came in with her son can weather son Shikata came in with her daughter to they brought this big video pad, and they said you have FaceTime for the daughter. So they put the daughters picture up on the screen next to the patient who was with me and the son who was with me. And then they started to tell the story. And when I meet a. Patient. I like to talk to the patient. Why do I like to talk to the patient? Well, I understand who the patient is understand what they think and what they know. What's happened to them? And sure the sun can tell his story in the daughter can tell her story. But really to me what's most critical is to get to the facts. And to understand the patient. The patient is the president of the United States of his or her body. And it's not always the case that the son's story or the daughter story is the same as the patient story. So I like to listen to the patient first and get the information from the patient at the end. I'll say, okay, what else have we missed what other questions you have what have what we concluded. And after talking to the patient and going through the documents unusual spend an hour or two hours each patient. So I don't a lot of big cancer centers. You see the doctor for a couple of minutes, a Russian and rush out. Well, it's diff-. Here. We don't have residents or students or clerks are as yet to sit down with the doctor and who's the doctor? Well, may well be me. And I like to know the patient. To know the facts, and I can tell you that probably more than fifty percent of time. I tell the patients things that even the patient didn't know about themselves or the family didn't know about the patient. Why is it because the powers of analysis a little bit like being a detective like Sherlock Holmes to investigate an open up each case to get to the bottom of it. Let me tell you about this lady says a sixty eight year old woman, then she cut six yet. Domino pain. Went to one of the biggest hospitals is now seven months ago, they did a cat scan of her abdomen. And well, I won't tell you exactly about the cat scan yet. But I'll tell you that they surgeon Sarah said, oh, you gotta have surgery immediately having a disaster, and they opened up there. They did a colostomy. So they remove part of her bowel. And the colostomy means they removed the bowel of defecating are moving the feces through the anus, the usual. Way do it through a classic bag on the side of her belly. So it's quite shocking that she was fine until April in April. She went to the hospital. They did this colostomy on her than shared some kind of adversity. And she said she was comatose for for twelve or thirteen days. And then two months later, I said, well, what did it say was wrong with you? Then and she'd grow didn't have an answer. She said she'd really didn't know. And then I went through the documents show he had a liver biopsy done two months later. Now think about it. They opened up her abdomen. And I examined her shed a scar. From her sternum down to her pubis so huge scar. The did a big operation and usually when a surgeon operating surgeon looks around the abdomen. And remember the surgeon already had the cat scan. The cat scan was done before the surgery. So what makes you wonder when in fact, the cat scan? Showed a seven point four centimeter mass in the liver. And yet there was no biopsy of that mass. There was no acknowledgement of that whatsoever. The surgeon removed Carter colon did a colostomy and took a weeks to recover. And then only two months later. Do they do a biopsy showing Colangelo carcinoma, what is colon Karsava, these are all educational points? And they often say this is like medical school were teaching case by case. That's how most doctors learn as case by case Calandra carcinomas cancer the bile ducts while she finds nearly two months later had a biopsy just put a NATO and through the scan which is easy to do. It's safe to do and in good hands. You do it under cat scan guidance alter sound guidance. Stick a needle in suck out some cells and the diagnosis was Colangelo carcinoma and finally two months later. Shed a pet scan pet scan is usually the most sensitive test to find cancers are. The spread of cancer. So it took two months after that surgery. Get a biopsy it took two months to get the pet scan. And then she started chemotherapy, she started chemotherapy had combination chemotherapy, what is chemotherapy, another educational point. Whoa. Chemotherapy going Levine's. It's kind of poison that's supposed to poison the cancer more than a poisons the body. Well, obviously, you're sticking something in the veins that's going from head to toe. It's most likely affecting lots of other parts of the body. That's why lots of people on chemotherapy lose their hair or have low blood counts or have Paris seizures, numbness or tingling their fingers toes because his affecting adversely all those parts of the bodies. And sometimes other sometimes decreases hearing or decreases kidney, function, or other factors. Russia the pet scan done now done five months ago shed chemo, chemo, chemo for months, and she got. A new pet scan. And when I asked her, well, what her doctors tell you about the new pet scans. She said well got better. And then I said, well, if it's better, what are they doing for your treatment? And she said, well, they're changing the treatment. Well, why do doctors change treatment world other educational point doctors change the chemotherapy because either their original.

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"shikata" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"At least ten to discuss pimp you out with things around for a couple of different scenarios put him on that app. Grind. That's what I do from KTLA meant that guy. Brian dates? That's motherfuckers kill you. Cut your head and put in the refrigerator like Dhamma. Jerk off when you go. Careful online. Now, they open up about the freezing. Yeah. Are you on any dating site? I'm on the I'm on. My buddies on Grindr. And that's it's pretty intense. Well, yeah. Because they just wanna fuck. Yeah. They don't care at all could drop him off anywhere friend. He's call anywhere. These puts the APPA he presses the button, he gets a signal like Batman. Signal. It's the time and before you know, the cause pull up before we make the corner. Down there. It's so interesting because there's no woman to pump the brakes you got to do just horny fuckers. Let's get to it. It's the woman who's always like. Oh, wait, wait. I met her at gay pride in Chicago. Yeah. We were. I was there just hanging out. And she was there we had mutual friends, and we started talking, and as leads me do basically been together ever since have you had X's cutbacks. Yeah. I mean, I definitely dated people before her. Fucking big time. Now they pop up here. And there for sure 'cause they wanna be friends with may still and some of them. I don't want to be friends with and some of them. I am friends with I don't see him very much. But you know, you definitely have those people who because I on television, or whatever they think I'm successful. They are trying to continue to be in my orbit. But you know, you just let that I mean 'cause I'm engaged now like three and a half years. Like, I know they're lesbians who are friends with Xs. But I'm just kinda like I'm just living. Like, y you know, like, I've got my fiancee, we're living our life, and I don't I have a lot of friends. I don't need to necessarily go hang out with my ex. You know what I mean? Data. We don't have a date, but probably probably next year ideal. Whether well, I don't want that traditional ceremony. You know? I don't want to like being why can't a lot of churches? They don't allow it. I'm not fucking horse. I wanna horse Kelly. I don't know. I think I want like the ceremony part to be like how a rehearsal dinner would be like just dinner with my friends and family and get married in front of twenty people. But I want to party, I don't I don't care about a big celebration. So the wedding what I would invite people to would just be like what the reception would be at a wedding. But without all the ceremony. Yeah. Everybody's joining Carolina Shikata here. You're sixteen years. What are you fucking folks? Do not Carolina. They come out here. She's I'm getting married in North Carolina. Fucking nice. The Rocky Mountain chase me with the bible out of there. That's. No, they're people. My hometown are really cool about it. But I just all my friends are here. I don't wanna make bunch of people have to fly on you know. So it's easier for my family to come here. I don't know where we'll get married. I mean, it's everything's so expensive. But I'm really hoping Martha Stewart will just throw me wedding. I don't know chapels Lucia those fake chapels you go in and you can put the set, and that's why I got married really chapel on cold water..

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"shikata" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Spinners are among the products getting a reprieve the US TR is now looking at granting exclusions on some goods hit by a second round of Chinese tariffs it imposed in August. Denise pellegrini. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, the US government shutdown. We'll continue at least into this weekend. After House Republicans said they didn't plan to shed any dates for five day. There was no sign of any progress toward a plan to fund nine government departments that closed after funding ran out on December the twenty first President Trump. Meanwhile, tweeted that most federal employees losing pay because of the closure Democrats Saudi Arabia has kept key supporters of crown prince Mohammad bin Salman in the cabinet jobs in the first major government shakeup since the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi. Bloomberg's allow Shaheen has the story the murder has fueled speculation that king Salman maker tail the powers of his son. Instead the appointments are assigned that the prince is. Consolidating his power as he appoints key allies in Dubai Shaheen, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and Jeremy Corbyn, thanks, the prime minister Shikata MP's Christmas break short for a vote on her Brexit deal. The labor leaders accuse Theresa May of trying to run down the clock. Downing Street says he's trying to frustrate Brexit. Members of parliament onto back to the house of Commons until the seventh of January global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm beyond guarantee. This is Bloomberg Anna. Thanks leeann. Now, the only scored his job. West Ham manager Manuel. Pellegrini says his players deserve all the credit for coming from behind to beat Southampton last night. Let's see one victory at Saint Mary's Londoners up to ninth in the.

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"shikata" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on KGO 810

"I go to Tom Joscelyn of the foundation for the defense of democracy writing up an attack you might have seen the headlines or heard the headlines last week had passed very quickly Christmas season. This is an attack in Strasbourg, which is an area somewhat in between France and Germany for the last several hundred years the suspect's name. Now deceased is Sharif. Check it, Tom. What don't we know about the man who attacked what appears to be an ISIS an ISIS claimed incident. Well, sure Shikata was a guy who was well known to French authorities because he was known to be an extremist. It's according to various reports it's expected that he was. The sort of adopted a Jihadist ideology or squirrel. Go radicalized in prison because he had racked up all sorts of criminal charges through the years in prison on a couple of different occasions. So this is somebody who was known to Thorndike's as potentially being a problem. But of course, the French authorities have thousands of people on their list of potential terrorists. And so it's very difficult. If not impossible to track all of them, and this guy they were going to arrest him or detain him last Tuesday morning when he apparently fled his home or apartment, and they went to the Strasbourg market and opened fire and also start slashing and others and the death toll from his tack. I believe is up to five people now now so this happens Tuesday of last week December eleventh two days later, finally French authorities track them down and in a shootout they kill him within hours of him being shot to death by the French authorities Islamic state's mock news agency, which is one of their chief propaganda arms. Lisa short claim of responsibility claiming that you've got. Was actually the it was actually a soldier of a so-called Kalfa and had acted in response to calls by Islamic state to target the coalition countries who were fighting the so-called Kalfa, this this language. They employed in Arabic is a standard language. They've used after a series of attacks in Europe and elsewhere for years now more often than not there's something to the attack claim whether e even something for a minimal amount of online communication with the terrorists to sometimes they really are full blown trained operative. The in this case, we don't yet know if the clean has us corroborating evidence Islamic state certainly has released any yet. And I haven't seen any from French authorities saying that they know that he was in contact in one way or another with these St. however, his family has told the press that he supported the Islamic state. So there appears to be at least at a minimum an ideological connection. You say the the logic here is that what what drove his violence was that the police were about to arrest him. Do we know? If that is what the police say. And do we know why they were moving on him. Now, those are early reports is that they suspected that. He had arms. I think in there were some reports to that effect, and they were moving on him to to try and basically stop it. It sounds like he was planning something and they interrupted and so he decided to go with tack at this Christmas market, but it's very difficult to say, I mean, I don't wanna say this was what specifically intended to do all along. We know the jihadis have had have targeted Christmas markets in Europe for years, in fact in late two thousand al-qaeda had a plot that was disrupted. They went after the Strasbourg Christmas market. We know that in two thousand sixteen for example, another Islamic state this time somebody we know for fact was actually tied to the group. He took large Lori and drove it into a Christmas market in Berlin. So this is something it's sort of been percolating in the jihadi circles for a long time to do this. And they've actually done it on at least one occasion. So it it could be that. This was something he planned to do or could have just. Become a target of opportunity. Once he Evita thirties. Is there any indication that he used video for his attack or that it was preplanned or that he had a larger circle any of those details, Tom so far? I haven't seen anything in terms of video. You know, we monitor the Islamic state's social media apparatus, which is very large to this day. John right now, I'm looking I've got my computer open with telegram, and I've got fifty ISIS channels on telegram that I'm following raise. I'm talking to you. And so we we look to see if they post any video on this. Or you know, that's one of the ways in the past for example, when they claim if somebody in the past who carried out of small-scale tacking in Europe was the critical soldier of the caliphate. One thing they would do is then subsequently released a video of that terrorist swearing allegiance to Abu Baker al-baghdadi before his moment of terror, and this was one way of them verifying or validating their claim of responsibility and attack thus far in the Strasbourg case. There hasn't been any such video Bill back to you on the f- on Afghanistan. The. Taliban overrunning a district in Fara. Once again, we've seen this pattern before the Afghan national army that we've spent years and treasurer training ran away is that the report Bill. Yeah. The districts called pasta, and it's a district that has been surrounded by the Taliban for several months. Ironically, the US military has claimed that this district was government control. Clearly wasn't the district centre the Taliban control everything, but the district Seto itself, they decided to move on it that read that were the station there decided to flee rather than fight. This has become quite a common occurrence in Afghanistan. Despite the fact that US has increased air strikes against Alabama years Taliban operatives it has not had an effect so far in slowing down Taliban advances. Remember this the fighting season supposedly is supposed to be over by now because of the cold weather in Afghanistan, but the Taliban is in they're not going by that old playbook and the app it for years. They're keeping the pressure up on the Afghan government, Afghan military year round. And you have situations like this. Occurring. This is the Afghan military just can't continue with this. I'm presuming they left all their weapons and their electronics and their vehicles as they ran Bill Roggio. Bill. Yes. Bill Roggio and Tom Joscelyn of the foundation for.

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"shikata" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Night after the deadly terror attack, Niro Christmas market, the scene in Strasbourg, France as the shooting unfolded the gunman was apparently shot to and then jumped into a taxi to escape tonight. The new image just released in this hunt and ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel is in France tonight. Hundreds of French police and soldiers in an allowance hunt for one man Sharieff Schick cats, the twenty nine year old career criminal suspected of carrying out that deadly terror attack near the Strasbourg Christmas market police today seizing evidence from his apartment and searching 'cause the nape Jim and Boorda Shikata escaping in a taxi wounded in the on by soldiers. But telling the drive the he just shot people. A lot of gunshots. Like it will soon of the screams of witnesses harrowing to hear. One victim ground as passes by trying to help two people were killed a third is brain dead. Another dozen wounded she cats wasn't just known to the police. He was on a terror watch list. They searched his home earlier that day in an unrelated case, but they found a rifle grenade and knives. French officials admitting this could have triggered the attack. So let's get the Ian panel with us live again tonight from the scene of that shooting in. I know we're learning much more about the suspect at this hour. Yeah. That's right. David. We know that Chicago was born and raised here in Strasbourg Francis. Same city where loon San attack just behind me yesterday. Here's the problem that the attacks have taken place in Europe carried out by outsiders that carried out by people from the home countries. Make he's all the Honda to detect and prevent David radicalized at home, which is a worry here in the US as well, Ian panel or thanks to you back your at home.

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"shikata" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Shut down the US government over his demand for funding a border wall in an unusual public meeting with Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi yesterday, Mr. Trump said he would close parts of the government. If Democrats refused to include five billion dollars in wall funding in any spending Bill there are no vote in the house majority vote for a wall. No matter what he's exactly right. If I needed the votes for the wall in the house, I would have them in one session would be done. It doesn't help because we need ten Democrats in the Senate. Let me ask you this just and we're doing this very friendly manner. His remarks could undo Republican intentions to blame a partial shutdown Democrats border wall funding has emerged as the single major sticking point in the current spending showdown. Seven spending bills expire at the end of the day next Friday, December twenty first including one funding the homeland security department which oversees the border. French authorities say a man hunt is underway in northeastern France for a gunman who killed three people and wounded around a dozen others at a Christmas market in the eastern city of Strasbourg, France strengthened border controls and ask people around Strasbourg to stay put as police search for the suspects. Police identified the suspect as Sharieff Shikata who was born in Strasbourg Sky News reporter, Mark stone says the accused gunman is known as a potential security risk. The suspects is twenty nine years old. He is known to the authorities. And the French media is now reporting that there was a a raid on an apartment in the southeast of the city where which is believed to be his home. French police think the attacker had been injured by security forces during an exchange of gunshots. Last night. Authorities say the suspect had been monitored for religious radicalization, but law enforcement officials declined to comment on the motives for the attack..

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"shikata" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Women of our military. President Trump has said that the country could be overwhelmed by what he termed an invasion of central Americans. The governor of the Mexican state of Veracruz has withdrawn and offer to transport thousands of Central American migrants towards the US border Miguel and fell Eunice had offered to bus the migrant convoy, hundreds of kilometers to Mexico City. But see now says it would be wrong to do. So at present because of water shortages in the capital. President Trump has announced his intention to terminate Martinez preferential trade arrangements with the US from the start of January because the African country has not made sufficient progress on ending forced labor. The move follows a review of Mauritania's eligibility for benefits under the African growth and Opportunity Act. Daiva involved in search and rescue operations following a plane crash in Indonesia last Monday has died line flight JT six ten plunged into the sea shortly after taking off from the international airport in Jakarta with one hundred and eighty nine people on board. There were no survivors, Rebecca Hinchey is in Jakarta. Authorities say Cheryl anto was rushed to a north Shikata hospital on Friday night that pronounced dead on arrival. He was diving in the Jarvis e in an operation to retrieve the lion, aircraft and recover more of the passengers bodies. His colleagues have paid tribute to him saying he was driven by desire to help people. He had also been involved in rescue efforts in Palo on the island of Sulawesi. After the recent earthquake and soon NAMI, thousands of dead comp of washed up on the banks of the river in Iraq, south of the capital Baghdad. Steve Jackson has more details photos from the freight e show. Nick piles of dead fish wedged under a bridge fish farmers of expressing shock and anger at the loss of their livelihoods for the cause of the deaths has yet to be determined Iraq's health ministry says it is still carrying out tests on both the water and the fish, but most people are blaming pollution. Tens of thousands of people were admitted to hospital in Basilan earlier this year due to water contamination. But health officials say this time, no human illness has been reported from eating the fish world news from the BBC after one of the biggest tiger hunts in Indian history of six year old tigress believed to kill thirteen. People have been shot dead Shia-dominated capture for more than two years in the jungles of the western state of Maharashtra animal activists had campaigned to save the creature the body of the Thai owner of Leicester City football club. We see what's an opera par has been flown to Thailand for an elaborate Buddhist funeral Mr.. We try one of his country's wealthiest businessman died in a helicopter crash of the teams stadium in Britain a week ago. Jonathan had reports from Bangkok in America the status enjoyed by the late owner of Leicester City in his home country. His funeral rights are being sponsored by king. Mohammed. You're a Longhorn who has supplied an octagonal earn and a five tiered umbrella for the six day ceremony. A rare honour in Thailand the funeral starts with a traditional bathing ceremony. Buddhist monks will then repeat customer chance for six nights before a final cremation, which is likely to be attended by much of Thailand's business and political elite. A highlight will be the arrival of the Leicester City plays on Sunday who were flying out right after a Premier League match against Cardiff. It's been refilled the two bugle owned by the English poet Wilfred Owen will be played for the first time in public on Sunday to Mark the hundredth anniversary of his death on the western front in the first World War. It recalls one of his most famous war poems anthem for doomed youth, Rebecca Chen sent this report. Bugles cooling for them from.

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"shikata" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on Critical Role

"All right. And then as a. No one's gonna leave out there. That's in products, not Europe, am I may Lee range of product? No. You're not? Okay. I'm going to run away. Towards Shikata. And as I go, I will turn around and fire crossbow at pro. With sneak attack because Mexico for fuck you. It's only twelve. Twelve is not hit. Unfortunately, goes wide scrape against the stone in the ceiling ricochets into live in how much more movement to a how you have been more movement, but you'll be coming into mealy range with Rizza cannot make attack opportunity against because she already took one can keep moving. I'll use my bonus action to fire one more bolted that stupid pro go for it. That's twenty two that'll hit. No sneak its. Matt, no sneak attack or sneak attack. Oh, still brought us next. Okay. That's seventeen. Brought looking pretty hurt, outcast takes right in the abdomen. Is going. I'm just keep moving as far as I can get around that wall. You get right next to Chicago and you're against the wall between the wall and Shikata. Great. All right. Turn that brings us to boat. Where is product? Delaware's proud. Where is he over there next to kick. In the white. The white. Okay. Just behind that? Yeah, kit and. Killed this guy because he's busy. He's pissed me off. So I'm gonna do my movement. I'm gonna park core of the table that he not over can kind of use kegs shoulders, get the rest of the way over. I imagined when Bojan walks on the street, it's all park. As you volt over that way, the floating entity that is Lorenzo's coasting about fifteen feet above you. White form having ten foot range with that glade you just leave come at ranging swing opportunity towards you. That is gonna be a seven eight that is fifteen. Missile. Macy's parade ballooned not good right now. Okay. I'm gonna unleash in product. Okay. I one up. Gill gave me a natural one, but you swim towards product.

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"shikata" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"They're calling me out Jordan Shikata and had to call you. You call it out your dang sale. So notify but who's better who's better? Andy seemed to think Utah's better understand Houston behooves better because I'm looking at LeBron and the playoffs with a separate seasons though. I mean because the where this all began was the projected win totals from Vegas, and they had the Lakers afford eight and a half forty and a half, and you bet either the over the under I would bet the under just because of because of the quality of the west and what I think is going to take time to get on the same page. But I believe that once they get on the same page, they could be good enough that v in all bets are off situation against most teams other than maybe like a police state. If this is the team that they're gonna be Rockin with after the trade deadline mean, well, is the last LeBron James team that stayed intact throughout the year. Could you see Jimmy Butler in LA? Yes. Move for Jimmy. A move for Jimmy for Jimmy. Jimmy wants out. He's voiced it. He wants out. He ain't. He ain't plan with cap. That's what he said. Did the motion of limps close. Hubbert what do you got going on jump though? Big, big stuff tomorrow because as BoJ reported earlier, we're going to be expecting the. Early parts of the schedule to come out that means Christmas day, open weekend. Okay day. So we'll we'll see who your Lakers are taking on con- Christmas in what you. Honey, what are you rooting for? Because I've actually been talking about this a lot with the producers. Are we rooting for a Celtics, Lakers a warriors Lakers way. What do you want? Do you want to see a warriors rockets? Like what? What is the marquee game you wanna see on Christmas day. You kidding me what the two best going warriors lit. To the two best teams have the Lakers fans. You are a serious damnedest thing. I need to take you outside sometimes, actually hear what you really got to say. Not that thing. ESPN LA Mike, he's a local stand Cassidy Hubbard. Thank you so much time, but I don't feel to cast you know that all right, coming up, speaking of filter and filterless I wanna get your unfiltered opinion Ryan Hollins on some projections that the ESPN egg heads have who or first-time all-stars and your opinion on it, potential Laker being involved with that ESPN LA also and it is h. b. o. sports NFL films in the Cleveland Browns team up for an unfiltered all access look at what it takes to make it in the NFL when hard knocks training camp with the Cleveland Browns kicks off its five episode season tonight..

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"shikata" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on KPCC

"Harassment Medication the gentlemen controls the time permitted to respond Sir But when you sort of cut through the, side show it amounted to Republicans, saying we've seen your text messages and you didn't like Donald, Trump Well it wasn't the discovery of, your tax Mr. stroke it was the existence of your bias that got you kicked off. Nova Shikata wasn't and you had strong anti from views and we think that this whole? Muller investigation began in your brain in urine anti-trump guy and so why shouldn't we think that the entire. Muller investigation is tainted by your bias not once, in, my twenty six years of defending our nation did, my personal opinions, impact any official action I took instruct kind of shot back and. Said no I've never let my personal views influence the investigation and he. Said you have to remember what was going on in two thousand sixteen we had every reason. To be really concerned about what we were seen, I understand we're living in a, political error in which insults and insinuation often drown out honesty And integrity But the honest truth is that Russian interference in our elections constitutes a grave attack on. Our democracy and this document actually kind of offers more details about what they. Were seeing so have you read this indictment and you see the detail that the US government was able, to get and then you kind of overlay what the US knew about the Trump campaign at. That time if you're the FBI and you see that while this hacking is, going on you have at Trump, campaign adviser getting close to somebody with Russian intelligence ties and is being offered campaign assistance and is being told about hacked emails and popadopoulos George popadopoulos the campaign adviser, is, saying yeah this. Sounds great I would love to get Donald Trump in a room with. Ladimir Putin when you put those, things together you can kind of see why the FBI was really freaked out in two thousand sixteen and the idea that this is all just, a liberal witch hunt And that ultimately this is all going to fall apart when, you see a document like this I think it just kind of shows that whatever biases there. Were at the FBI this isn't an investigation about nothing so you're saying that, this indictment helps explain why the, FBI would be so alarmed by the Trump campaign teams relationships it's communications even its meetings with Russian officials that they're discovering as they start realizing the scope of the, meddling, absolutely I mean. Take one example July twenty seven twenty sixteen what do I have to. Get involved with Putin for I, have nothing to do with putting I've never spoken to him I don't know anything about a other than he will respect me he doesn't respect our president And? If it is Russia which is probably not nobody knows who. It is but if it. Is Russia it's. Really, bad. For a different reason because it shows how little respect they have for our country, when they would hack into a major party and get everything but it would? Be interesting to see I will tell you this Russia if you're listening I hope. You're able to find the thirty. Thousand emails that are missing the Muller entitlement says that same day Russian hackers tried for the first time to break. Into the, servers were used by MRs Clinton's personal office and what does that tell us well I mean is. It. A coincidence or was Russia listening he says Russia are you listening well with somebody listening I think you will? Probably be rewarded mightily by our press. Let's see if that happens. That'll be next yes sir so how do you expect President Trump. To talk about the mother Investigation given what has now been? Made public, in, these diamonds will? Right after the indictments? Came down we heard from the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Who basically said you've got. Your case against. The, Russians. Time to pack up and go home you should wrap things up From ABC news this week he's now chief. White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Good morning so we didn't hear anything from the White. House immediately condemning the Russian hacking activity, that was described in the..

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Palestinian president apologizes over anti-Semitic remarks

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Palestinian president apologizes over anti-Semitic remarks

"Challenging president adwan in turkey and the campaign to put new zealand back on the map literally all of that after the knees hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news the palestinian president mahmoud abbas has apologized after he was accused of making anti semitic remarks in a speech earlier this week had suggested that historic persecution of jews was caused by their conduct not their religion from jerusalem yellen now reports in a long rambling addressed hundreds of palestinian officials on monday the eighty two year old leader asked why over the centuries there had been massacres of jews in europe he then quoted books which he said showed these were caused not by hatred of their religion but by their involvement in banking and money lending israeli officials accused him of grave antisemitism and holocaust denial and international criticism followed in a statement mr bass now says he's sorry to those offended condemns antisemitism and calls the holocaust the most heinous crime in history the nobel prize for literature will not be awarded this year after the organization that selects the recipient got embroiled in a sex scandal the sweet shikata me has been in turmoil over its handling of allegations by eighteen women that they were sexually assaulted by the husband of a board member who ran a project with funding from the academy speaking to reporters one member of the academy the writer anders olsen explained the reasons behind the decision dumpsters for a into dealer we have decided not to wooded price this year and we did that after long and intense discussions we reached the conclusion that the confidence in the academy so low in your world at the moment and that is the deciding reason why we now refrained from awarding the price the chinese president xi jinping has marked the two hundred aniversary of the birth of karl marx praising the communist philosopher has the greatest thinker of modern times mr she urged china's ruling communist party to go back to the roots of marxism mean it was totally correct for history and the people to choose marxism combining the basic principles of marxism with a concrete reality of china and unceasingly promoting the significance and modernization of marxism is totally correct communist party members need to adopt the reading of marxist works and the understanding of marxist theories as a way of life and as a spiritual pursuit jeanjean turkey's main opposition party the.

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"shikata" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"shikata" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I think it could be significant that these movements are coming from traditionally red states and might give it let's say more oxygen because of that where it could be perhaps more devalued if it was coming from traditionally glue states long slain do you think of what you're doing you know walking out as a teacher in shikata oklahoma as something that is part of the national movement well i'm not sure you know when i hear all the other states of course west virginia initially with their nine days strike and of course arizona having problems kentucky having problems having problem it seems rather coincidental that all of these walkout slash strikes have a lot to do with funding and i know that's been the problem here in oklahoma over the last several years we've cut funding by placing monies and other places and giving significant tax breaks to corporations that inadvertently could've gone to public education so there could be something to that do you see your own walkout in terms of a larger income inequality issue or a backlash against trump or a national movement of some kind that goes even beyond education and getting you know because i know you're not striking only for your own pay and benefits but also for decent funding for the public schools so that the kids get get a good education that rivals the way it's funded in other states but is it even beyond that as you see it maybe with some but i think in oklahoma aren't you issues or pretty local in terms of the state and the lack of funding the we've had we have not had funding to restore the cuts that have been made to oklahoma classrooms and our support professionals so we're not only walking out for funding for public education for our students were also walking out because of the lack of pay for education support personnel plus we we've been joined in coalition with the oklahoma state employees who also have not had a raise in the last ten years so i don't know there's a concentrated effort among i don't know whom that sim how degrades or doesn't see a significant emphasis being placed on those of us who do the work that most people couldn't do and that's being in the classroom educating the future dan is calling from heywood north carolina daniel on wnyc hi there hello.

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