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"sixth cunanan" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"Internationally that things will work out. The world's africa correspondent halima kakande. Thank you for wrapping this up laima and thanks very much for your reporting being much mark before we break a quick party. Cuban style even with sent just below the surface of we as we've seen recently on the island music always seems to sit above the surface in cuba. These songs come. Courtesy of a new box set called chungui. The sound of guantanamo songs were recorded by independent producer and music journalist. Gianluca troy montana chain. We the word chang. We is the genre of music but also in one town. mayor ruben. acura means party. So it's used in the context of if we were going to a hoedown to use a an american but if we will go to a party we would say hey. We're going to a change right now. We're listening to change we in your by voice. Trillion companies lena. Australia's campus us is a flagship. Old school new chang. The play the type of chain we that was probably played one hundred years ago. Guy chang wheezes would lost three days so you don't want to burn the darts out. Chang is not a sprint chang of so the the music quite soft. It's quite gentle. It will use along so that the dancers could dance night to ban. Chang is also set up like a pop song in a way so you have an introductory us and then you get a call and response and that is endless hooks. That can go on until people run out of ideas. That's where a lot of improvisation half avocado oil. These recordings were done around one tournaments teaching and the surrounding rural areas. I wanted to keep the spirit. The all inclusive communist nature of chiang so i really wanted to call in the status of the music developed in and in the group status. So we're just recording anywhere. Sometimes you can hear the people around the neighbors the come up and start dancing while everyone's playing music chang. We is all inclusive so people are not women are very integral enchant week culture and are considered like patrons of the arts because they open their homes and out i police with what by the all female last florida's they music producer and journalist. John look at trump montana. There who recorded the music collection. John the sound of guantanamo. You're with the world on january. Six cunanan was at the heart of the insurrection in washington. The conspiracy theory now has adherence all over the world. There are cunanan followers and eighty five different countries. What's unique about cunanan is its ability to adapt to a new environment and take on a lot of local flavor. global cunanan ahead on the world. I'm marco werman. You're listening to the world. We're co-production of gbh boston and pr x. Investigative journalist daphne caruana gallizio was a woman who is feared by many powerbrokers in malta. The island nation south of sicily in two thousand seventeen. She was working on a story about corruption that implicated the prime minister's chief of staff then in october of that year. She died in a car bombing today. An independent public inquiry in malta found the state responsible for her death by creating a culture of impunity. I'm joined now by andrew. Galizia daphne caruana delete son andrew..
QAnon and Antifa: Who, What, And Why?
"Cunanan and antifa. That's who were sucking today. True groups of extremist thoughts one typically associated with the far left. One typically associated with the far-right both blame for a lot over this past year including inciting violence especially regarding the storming of the us capitol building this past january. Sixth cunanan says left wing and t extremists. Did it to make them look bad and says cunanan did it all by themselves. Who's right and who the hell are the people who belong to these groups. What do these two groups believe that. Some of what we're looking into today. Cunanan group that emerged from a series of two thousand seventeen posts on the image board website. Four chan by a mysterious figure named q who claim to be a figure high up in the government who knew about all sorts of being done by the deep state including child sex trafficking harvesting adrenaline from frightened to lead satanic sex rituals and replacing murdered politicians with clones in industry of q influencers and interpreters followed bakers who gobbled up to brad crump drops and broke down queues cryptic messages on youtube and other platforms and a lot of different background and political beliefs. They all seem to agree. Politicians and elites are in a global in satanic sex trafficking cabal and donald trump will be the one to stop them and tika is an anti-fascist leaderless collective that makes itself known whenever anyone they consider a fascist or at all associated with the far right or white supremacy comes to town using a variety of tactics including pressuring venues to shut down and in some cases looting and straight up violence and teeth emerges and acts on the belief that if they don't fight fire with fire. they're simply going to become victims of intolerant nationalistic fascism. Down the road. Both of these groups have drawn a lot of media attention over the last year. Both groups have been interesting to look at this past week. Today you will learn about. The history of both antifa and cunanan was born in europe over a century ago. The other was born on the web. Just a few years ago and both have clashed violently. Several times in recent years and both groups have been pretty quiet january sixth
"sixth cunanan" Discussed on Podcast Insider
"But You know that's how it goes looking at it and it looks decent so Anyway pot install dot com. So this next topic is one. That is So folks. I actually just had mentioned already. That tiktok was removing talk bake or content creators that we're talking about cunanan will spotify has removed cunanan on podcast now. Destiny is incredibly troubling These are not book samba. hate speech. these are not folks talking about Under the traditional things that you would think a show would get removed from a website but they have just flat out censored I think six four. Two six cunanan conspiracy theory podcasts. So i just want to go on the record here. Blueberry we we do not go out and look for content to remove Of our directory and or our website is long as you are. Not invoking hate speech. You're not being racist or whatever you know. We have a specific set terms for content. That you know could cause you trouble but just because you're talking about a conspiracy theory and the thing is is i think one of them at least Fighting back a little bit and say we're not for this. We're just talking about this. You know it's just the subject matter that they're talking about so this is this is extremely troubling. Because we've seen spotify removed shows before. I for unknown reasons but this one is this. One is just outright to see some social media. Justice warriors came in and said. Hey these are these are talking about no a conspiracy theory. There's lots of shows and podcasting the talks about conspiracy theories a lot talks about you. Vos talk about all times of interesting topics and a lot of this stuff is born from stuff that goes around on the internet. People get talking rumors you know and you know it is what it is. Content is what it is. It's conspiracy theory type content and some of. It's fun but to remove it. I am i ve beyond the the only thing i think i know about cunanan mike is i think it has something to do with a dead kennedy. That's the only thing. I think i know about it at but why would you remove the content from your website so podcasting to remain open. You have to control your rss feed on your site. You'll never be taken off pierre. He may be removed from a platform but this to me is Pretty bold by spotify. It's their platform. So you know they are perfectly able to do that but just know that going in that if you say something. That spotify doesn't like you may not be on spotify anymore. That's right so. Npr's also third annual student. Podcast challenge so This is the third year they've done this and every year. They've ordered some money in developed some shows and this is A good thing and do we know what the ages k twelve now. This is This for college there is another contest That they're doing for the high schoolers and whatnot. But this is for you. Know college level Entries that looks like awesome so all these links to be up in the shadow news for the show. Today we're going to move into the next segment. The best practices and i basically have on here. What can go wrong will go wrong celts. So people they get so worried about stuff you know and when you recording packets no we're doing this somewhat live The recording part. And you know if something goes wrong we can. We can still stop and say okay. We need to start this over but so don't sweat it. It's you know that's the beauty of podcasting in general You know when you're live you. You gotta kind of wing it. A little bit more You run into glitches from time to do all your shows like so what can go wrong will go wrong and forgot to plug something. So it's just one of those deals to like. I had a video recording failed. The other night. I had a backup. You know so do pull the backup over and process it and like it's not really worth it wrong. We'll go wrong. I left. Eso one episode. I don't have a video of my show and So you know. I figured out was going on. I got a little low on storage on the hard drive. It was capturing too so it was my own fault that what can go. We'll go wrong now. You know. I understand if you've done this interview and it's like fantastic and you lose it. I've lost one. I had an st card crumble on me here recently and just all kinds of stuff can go wrong but he just kinda have to take a deep breath and and move along now. This is why it's always important when you're editing. Keep your regime wave copy. Make a copy of that wave and edit from.