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"social liberal party" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In 2019 for his efforts and initiating peace between the European era trailer after 20 years and also firm for trying to initiate broad reforms and an opening of freedoms and you know political space in the country since 2018 relations between the federal government under Abby And the two Brian People's Liberation from the tippy last worse, and I think the tea pls had been pretty much within the ethnic federal government, the leading partner for over 27 years on and really when Abby came in on the back of widespread protests in the country for a number of years. That changed and that's great. The people have had to retreat and regional capital and you power dynamic, too cold and in Ethiopia, since there have been deterioration of relations between the two on since then, really? Both parties have worked to delegitimize each other short of open. Conflict on we led to a situation where because of covert 19 national elections that would just be held in August were postponed and that complicated that political attention. That was resented into dry. They went ahead and held their own unilateral elections which were unconstitutional. They refused to recognize the federal government legitimacy and in turn, the prime minister and the government in Alexandra denounced the degree in elections, they cut ties with the regional administration. And withheld federal budget subsidies to the region as well. Do you see how things have spiraled? From your vantage point what is needed here to avoid this conflict from gathering steam across the Horn of Africa? I think you know what we've seen is that from a regional security and diplomatic perspective, the therapy really is a bit too big to fail. I think you know we've had considerable international concern and statements in that regard, but we need coordinated diplomatic efforts and demands for a truce on I think the United States As well. As you know, it's a kingdom or to Ethiopia's largest bilateral donors on the world position really to influence on. If you put their concerns forward as members of the international community, I think what is needed for both sides to moderate their extreme demands in order to be able to come to the negotiating Able, and particularly in the U. S side. I know that there is a you know there is a transition ongoing at the moment and a lot of internal focus in U. S politics. I think by bipartisan backing that we've that we've been seeing on a strong message, also from President elect Biden would be influential on could potentially reverse some of the damage done to US Ethiopia relations that we saw her under President Trump. Ahmed Solomon is a research fellow on the Horn of Africa at the London based Chatham House. Thank you very much. Thank you. Brazilians voted in local elections in more than 5500 municipalities across the country this weekend. The biggest takeaway it was another setback for President Gyre Belson Auto, and it comes on the heels of the electoral loss of his top ally, U. S. President Donald Trump. Michael Fox has more from Brazil. Dear Ao Brasil goes casinos. Bandido stars Militia Thanos. If that voice sounds a little familiar, it's because you've heard it before. Just not in Portuguese. What shape Monica beneath you. That's Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, telling Brazilians to quote free the country from the murders and the thieves and vote for Monica Benny Show. She's the widow of the late Black City Councilwoman Maria Lee Franco, who's killing in 2018 sparked nationwide protests and a black lives matter Movement in Brazil. Roger Waters. His appeal may have helped many CIA want a City Council seat in Sunday's local elections, receiving nearly 23,000 votes. She's considered the first openly lesbian Rio de Janeiro City Council member. She's one of a syriza of LGBT Q candidates who won around Brazil, including to trans women who garnered some of the highest numbers of votes in Sao Paulo. At the same time we had a thing. This election was the largest numbers of LGBT is running here in Brazil. That's mortadella tcisa. She's the former president of the Brazilian LGBT Tourism Association. She says. It seems LGBT candidates did well despite bullshit nodoz, openly homophobic slurs and rhetoric, which the president was spouting even last week. I think we do have a bit more understanding the society that moved on from him, despite all his rhetorical It may be a sign of bull Sonatas waning influence. So those kids that'll do not Boston, my little Peninsula, even the other part compliment. Don't Don't Singleton, president That is both Sanada during a Facebook live event on November 12 encouraging supporters to vote for numerous candidates. Most of those candidates lost in Sao Paulo, Boston Autos Guy came in a dismal fourth place after leading early polls. One centrist party openly rejected Belson out of support for a mayor or candidate in the city in northern Brazil, saying it was unwise considering what was happening to candidates identified with bullshit nado. That candidate also came in fourth. Jax. Mick is a political scientist at the Federal University of Santa Catarina. Big deal, but it could be as much Jack says. It seems motion. Otto has lost his charismatic political power, 2000 and 20 has squashed the popularity of the president, which should increase the political difficulties for Boston Auto for the coming years. Ahead of the 2000 and 22 presidential elections. It doesn't help that Boston I don't no longer has a party. He left his Social Liberal Party late last year with plans to form a new far right party, which he called Alliance for Brazil. He couldn't get it registered fast enough to compete in this year's elections. That didn't dissuade dozens of supporters from trying to cash in on his name, Half.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Conflict on we led to a situation where because of covert 19 national elections that would just be held in August were postponed and that complicated that political attention that was resented and into dry. They went ahead and held their own unilateral elections which were unconstitutional. They refused to recognize the federal government legitimacy. And in China, the prime minister and the government in a December denounced it to Brian elections. They cut ties with the regional administration and withheld federal budget subsidies to the region as well. Do you see how things have spiraled? From your vantage point what is needed here to avoid this conflict from gathering steam across the Horn of Africa? I think you know what we've seen is that from a regional security and diplomatic perspective, the therapy really is a bit too big to fail. I think you know we've had considerable international concern and statements in that regard, but we need coordinated diplomatic efforts and demands for a truth on. I think the United States a swell as United Kingdom are to Ethiopia's largest bilateral donors on the world position really to influence on if you put their concern Bends forward is as members of the international community I think what is needed for both sides to moderate their extreme demands in order to be able to come to the negotiating table in particular on the US side, I know that there is a you know there is a transition ongoing at the moment and a lot of internal focus. In U. S politics, But I think by bipartisan backing that we've that we've been seeing on a strong message, also from President elect Biden would be influential on could potentially reverse some of the damage done to US Ethiopia relations that we saw her under President Trump. I'm Ed Solomon is a research fellow on the Horn of Africa at the London based Chatham House. Thank you very much. Thank you. Resilience voted in local elections in more than 5500 municipalities across the country this weekend. The biggest takeaway it was another setback for President Gyre Belson Auto, and it comes on the heels of the electoral loss of his top ally, U. S. President Donald Trump. Michael Fox has more from Brazil. Right there, eh? Oh, Brazil does casinos. Bandido Stars Militia. If that voice sounds a little familiar, it's because you've heard it before. Just not in Portuguese shape. Monica then issue that's Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, telling Brazilians to quote Free the country from the murders and the thieves and vote for Monica Benny Show. She's the widow of the late Black City Councilwoman Maria Lee Franco, who's killing in 2018 sparked nationwide protests and a black lives matter Movement in Brazil, Roger Waters. His appeal may have helped Bennish. You want a City Council seat in Sunday's local elections, receiving nearly 23,000 votes, she's considered the first openly lesbian Rio de Janeiro City Council member. She's one of a syriza of LGBT Q candidates who won around Brazil, including to trans women who garnered some of the highest numbers of votes in Sao Paulo. At the same time, we had a thing this election was the largest numbers of LGBT is Ronnie here in Brazil. That's Marta Dolla Jesu. She's the former president of the Brazilian LGBT Tourism Association, she says it seems LGBT candidates did well despite bullshit nodoz, openly homophobic slurs and rhetoric, which the president was spouting. Even last week. I think we do have a bit more understanding the society that moved on from despite all his rhetorical It may be a sign of Bolson. AUTOS Waning influence. So does his little juvenile Boston myself a Little Peninsula. Even the other part compliment to wait. Don't don't Don't President That is both Sanada during a Facebook live event on November 12 encouraging supporters to vote for numerous candidates. Most of those candidates lost in Sao Paulo, Boston Autos Guy came in a dismal fourth place after leading early polls. One centrist party openly rejected both Sonata support for a mayor or candidate in the city in northern Brazil, saying it was unwise considering what was happening to candidates identified with bullshit nado. That candidate also came in fourth. Jax Mick is a political scientist at the Federal University of Santa Catarina Bassi. Actually, a big deal for the cut is March, Jack says it seems Motion Arrow has lost his charismatic political power. 2000 and 20 has squashed the popularity of the president, which should increase the political difficulties for Boston, Otto for the coming years ahead of the 2000 and 22 presidential elections. It doesn't help that Boston. I don't no longer has a party. He left his Social Liberal party late last year with plans to form a new far right party, which he called Alliance for Brazil. He couldn't get it registered fast enough to compete in this year's elections that didn't dissuade dozens of supporters from trying to cash in on his name..

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"social liberal party" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on PRI's The World

"You're really is a bit too big to fail I think you know. We've had considerable international concern and statements in that regard but we need coordinated diplomatic efforts in demands for a truce. And i think the united states as well as the united kingdom a to either abused largest bilateral donors and a well position religious influence and put that concerns for winners as members of the international community. I think what is needed. Both sides to moderate their extreme demons in order to come to the negotiating able seeking on the us side. I know that there is a you know. There is a transition ongoing at the moment and a lot of internal focus in us politics. But i think by ipod san backing that we've that we've been seeing and a strong message ozone from Biden would be influential and could potentially reverse some of the damage done to us relations that we saw under president trump. I've met salomon is a research fellow on the horn of africa at the london. Based chatham house thank you very much. thank you. Brazilians voted in local elections in more than fifty five hundred municipalities across the country. This weekend the biggest takeaway. It was another setback for president. Gyro bolsonaro and it comes on the heels of the electoral loss of his top ally. Us president donald trump. Michael fox has more from brazil. Did a auberge did go. Bandidos does mealy seon or if the voice sounds a little familiar. It's because you've heard it before. Just not in portuguese. Monica been issue. That's pink floyd's roger waterest telling brazilians to quote free the country from the murderers and the thieves and vote for monica benicio. She's the widow of the late. Black city councilwoman mariella franco. Who's killing in two thousand. Eighteen sparked nationwide protests and black lives matter movement in brazil. Roger waters appeal may have helped benny city council seat in sunday's local elections receiving nearly twenty three thousand votes. She's considered the first openly lesbian rio de janeiro city council member. She's one of a series of lgbtq candidates one around brazil including to trans women who garnered some of the highest numbers of votes in sao paulo. The same time we have. This election was the largest numbers of our take running in brazil. That's martha della chiesa. She's the former president of the brazilian. Lgbt tourism association. She says it seems. Lgbt candidates did well despite both does openly homophobic slurs and rhetoric which the president was spouting even last week. I think we do have a bit more understanding the society that moved on from him. Despite his rhetoric it may be a sign of bolsonaro waning. influence do not is in alito. Police la Or donald on on president. That is both enough. During a facebook live event on november twelfth encouraging supporters to vote for numerous candidates most of those candidates lost in sao paulo. Boston guy came in a dismal fourth place after leading early polls one centrist party openly rejected bolsonaro support for a mayoral candidate in a city in northern brazil saying it was unwise considering what was happening to candidates identified with bolsonaro. That candidate also came in fourth jack. Mic is a political scientist at the federal university of something that i can much jock says it seems. Bolsonaro has lost his charismatic political power. Two thousand and twenty has squashed the popularity of the president which should increase the political difficulties for both for the coming years ahead of the two thousand twenty two presidential elections. It doesn't help that bolsonaro. No longer has a party. He left his social liberal party late last year with plans to form a new far right party which he called alliance for brazil but he couldn't get registered fast enough to compete in this year's elections. That didn't dissuade dozens of supporters from trying to cash.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Well most of our electricity comes from within we have on average fifteen minutes of blackouts every year whereas in US all your coal fired plants you go dog on average two hours every year our country is in serious trouble so Mister president we all know you can do this just grab your pen sign a deal and let's say the climate and then for me to okay the number of the Danish social Liberal Party she posted that on her YouTube page also today the Russian government in nine of these is of two US senators who planned to visit the country an unusual review that is forced the lawmakers to next their planned trip to Moscow the senators Republican Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Democrat Chris Murphy of Connecticut condemning the Kremlin's decision as counterproductive and teddy we get some background with this means from Marianne Levine of political but first the president yesterday explaining why he thought it was time for Russia to be readmitted to the G. seven his comments in France thanks Mr president in the shop owner of PBS newshour why do you think it's appropriate to invite Russia to the G. seven given that they've metal in the twenty sixteen election and are you worried that if Russia does come to the G. seven that it might hurt you politically because it's only gonna be a couple months before the twenty twenty election I don't care politically really a lot of people don't understand this I ran one election in a one happened to be the president I don't care politically I'm gonna run another election I think I'm winning based on polls we see whether I win or not I have to do the right thing so I don't do things for political reasons is it good probably not maybe it is I mean a lot of people are smart a lot of people say having Russia which is a power having them inside the room is better than having them outside the room by the way they were numbers people during the G. seven that felt that way and we can take a vote or anything but we did discuss it my inclination is to say yes they should be in the president's comments yesterday at the G. seven summit in France and today there is this headline at politico dot com the Senate tangles with Russia after the president's overtures to Putin and joining us on the phone from Capitol Hill is Marianne Levine what happened the Russian the Senate appear to be rising and the last twenty four hours or so we seem to senator Chris Murphy and Ron Johnson who are both members of the Senate foreign relations committee and get the visas and I'd by the Russian government and they're preparing for eighteen national delegation and I have both the members that announced that they will not be able to go to Russia and we should point out that senator Murphy is a Democrat Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is a Republican correct and that the that the trial there be this problem as as as trump is talked about wanting to you bring Russia into the G. seven which which appears to be controversial original idea why is Russia banning these two lawmakers clear at the moment that both of them at both of them have been relatively outspoken about about Russia but it's and Johnson has job has co sponsored a number of resolution than those intended to you are retired against Russia for the annexation of Crimea though it's worth noting that he did not support increasing shins on Russia earlier this year we should also point out that there is some presents to this on behalf of the Russian government they they block senator John McCain back in twenty fifteen from entering the country thank you may also blocked their Menendez Hughes currently on the ranking member of the foreign relations committee in the bar several members of Congress when they decided to get tough on Russia or criticize on the government particularly when it comes to their policy in Ukraine what kind of reaction is this getting on Capitol Hill especially among Senate Democrats the Senate Democrats that he'll be focused on and that the on it trumps remarks at the G. seven center she works at the latter along with several other Democrats including out Bob Menendez asking is that asking that truck not included that drop that Thun should not be allowed to take part in the meeting of leaders as on as a major industrial nations that make up the G. seven will follow the developments at politico dot com and Marianne Levine on Capitol Hill thank you for being with us thank you and yesterday on this program we talked about their ruling ordering Johnson and Johnson to pay up to five hundred and seventy two million dollars to clean up Oklahoma's open your crisis in how it potentially could impact other lawsuits across the country well we are seeing that today with the announcement that produ pharma and its owners the Sackler family are potentially offering to settle more than two thousand lawsuits for up to twelve billion dollars in addition a federal judge in Ohio was presiding over fifteen hundred over your lawsuits brought by the state as well as local and tribal governments with the first to set for trial in October the plaintiffs in those two cases are Ohio counties now the Oklahoma Verdy could put more pressure on Johnson and Johnson and other drug makers to to try to settle these cases out of court while bolstering the claims of plaintiffs will begin with the announcement from the bench yesterday by judge that Bachmann the crisis is in imminent danger and minutes to Oklahomans includes findings of fact inclusions of law.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Those comments earlier today in Indianapolis by secretary state Mike Pompeii ill NBC news is reporting that the trump administration is pulling two hundred and seventy one million dollars in funding from the department of homeland security including FEMA's disaster relief fund to pay for immigration detention space and temporary hearing locations those individuals immigrants seeking asylum have been forced to wait in Mexico according to the department NBC news goes on to report that the allocations were sent to Congress as a notification rather than a request because the trump administration believes it does have the authority to re purpose these funds after Congress did not pass more money for ice detention beds as part of an emergency funding bill for the southwest border back in June well the president returned from the G. seven summit last night he heads back to Europe this weekend scheduled to arrive Saturday in Warsaw attending ceremonies in Poland marking the eightieth anniversary of the start of World War two which began with **** Germany's invasion of Poland September first nineteen thirty nine more than forty other world leaders also will be attending the ceremonies with not on his schedule is a state visit early next week to Denmark a visit the president's scrubbed either open is a member of the Danish social Liberal Party and he has she posted this on her YouTube page quote Mister president green land is not for sale but Denmark has a much better deal for you watch this here's what you posted windmills it doesn't you can forget about television for that night Mister.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of our electricity comes from within we have an average fifteen minutes of blackouts every year where is in US all your coal fired plants you go dog on average two hours every year our country is in serious trouble so Mister president we all know you can do this just grab your pen sign a deal and let's say the climate that for me I can and number of the Danish social Liberal Party she posted that on her YouTube page also today the Russian government in nine of these is of two US senators who planned to visit the country an unusual review that is forced the lawmakers to next their planned trip to Moscow the senators Republican Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Democrat Chris Murphy of Connecticut condemning the Kremlin's decision as counterproductive and teddy we get some background with this means from Marianne Levine of political but first the president yesterday explaining why he thought it was time for Russia to be readmitted to the G. seven his comments in France thanks Mr president in the shop owner of PBS newshour why do you think it's appropriate to invite Russia to the G. seven given that they've metal in the twenty sixteen election and are you worried that if Russia does come to the G. seven that it might hurt you politically because it's only gonna be a couple months before the twenty twenty election I don't care politically really a lot of people don't understand this I ran one election in a one happened to be for president I don't care politically I'm gonna run another election I think I'm winning based on polls we see whether I win or not I have to do the right thing so I don't do things for political reasons is it good probably not maybe it is I mean a lot of people are smart a lot of people say having Russia which is a power having them inside the room is better than having them outside the room by the way they were numbers people during the G. seven that felt that way and we didn't take a vote or anything but we did discuss it my inclination is to say yes they should be in the president's comments yesterday at the G. seven summit in France and today there is this headline at politico dot com the Senate tangles with Russia after the president's overtures to Putin and joining us on the phone from Capitol Hill is Marianne Levine what happened the Russian offended at the rising and the last twenty four hours or so we seem to senators at Chris Murphy and Ron Johnson who are both members of the Senate foreign relations committee get the visas and died by the Russian government I'm they're preparing for a congressional delegation and I both of members that announced that they will not be able to go to Russia and we should point out that senator Murphy is a Democrat Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is a Republican correct and that the that the trial there be this calm as as as trump has talked about wanting to you bring Russia into the G. seven which which appears to be controversial commercial idea why is Russia banning these two lawmakers clear at the moment that both of them at both of them have been relatively outspoken about about Russia that is at Johnson's job has co sponsored a number of resolution than those on the intended humor retired against Russia for on the annexation of Crimea though it's worth noting that he did not support increasing shins on Russia earlier this year we should also point out that there is some presents to this on behalf of the Russian government they they block senator John McCain back in twenty fifteen from entering the country right and it also blocked their Menendez Hughes currently the ranking member of the foreign relations committee in the bar several members of Congress when they've decided to you I'm get tough on Russia or criticize on the government particularly when it comes to their policy in Ukraine what kind of reaction is this getting on Capitol Hill especially among Senate Democrats the Senate Democrats in here to be focused on the on the transfer marks at the G. seven US air she works at a letter along with several other Democrats including out Bob Menendez asking is that asking that truck not included on that drop that Thun should not be allowed to take part in the meeting of leaders as as a major industrial nations that make up the G. seven will follow the developments at politico dot com and Marianne Levine on Capitol Hill thank you for being with us and yesterday on this program we talked about the ruling ordering Johnson and Johnson to pay up to five hundred and seventy two million dollars to clean up Oklahoma's open your crisis in how it potentially could impact other lawsuits across the country well we are seeing that today with the announcement that produ pharma and its owners the Sackler family are potentially offering to settle more than two thousand lawsuits for up to twelve billion dollars in addition a federal judge in Ohio is presiding over fifteen hundred over your lawsuits brought by the state as well as local and tribal governments with the first to set for trial in October the plaintiffs in those two cases are Ohio counties now the Oklahoma Verdy could put more pressure on Johnson and Johnson and other drug makers to to try to settle these cases out of court while bolstering the claims of plaintiffs will begin with the announcement from the bench yesterday by judge that Bachmann your prize is in imminent danger and then as long as includes findings of fact inclusions a law that states.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Sure that we get it right the card is his clear guidance to me and to my military colleagues is this we want to get our folks home as fast and in this large numbers as we can we want to make sure that never again is terror struck on the United States from that's all I believe we can and will accomplish both of these and we will honor your labors and your sacrifices in this fight those comments earlier today in Indianapolis by secretary state Mike Pompeii ill NBC news is reporting that the trump administration is pulling two hundred and seventy one million dollars in funding from the department of homeland security including theme is disaster relief fund to pay for immigration detention space and temporary hearing locations those individuals immigrants seeking asylum have been forced to wait in Mexico according to the department NBC news goes on to report that the allocations were sent to Congress as a notification rather than a request because the trump administration believes it does have the authority to re purpose these funds after Congress did not pass more money for ice detention beds as part of an emergency funding bill for the southwest border back in June well the president returned from the G. seven summit last night he heads back to Europe this weekend scheduled to arrive Saturday in Warsop attending ceremonies in Poland marking the eightieth anniversary of the start of World War two which began with **** Germany's invasion of Poland September first nineteen thirty nine more than forty other world leaders also will be attending the ceremonies what's not on his schedule is a state visit early next week to Denmark a visit the president's scrubbed either open as a member of the Danish social Liberal Party and he has she posted this on her YouTube page quote Mister president green land is not for sale but Denmark has a much better deal for you watch this here's what you posted windmills it doesn't you can forget about television for that night Mister president.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on WJR 760

"Returned from a Chicago rehab facility quicken loans CEO Jay Farner says Dan is continuing his rehab and his employees are rallying around him our team members they've been they've been great as always but I know they've even rallied more here in support of damages it's just great to see he was on with Paul W. a spokesman for Denmark's royal palace as president trump decision to postpone a visit to Denmark next month was a surprise the president was invited to visit September second and third but announced on Twitter he's postponing the trip correspondent Anna Stewart has reaction from Copenhagen they had all the social Liberal Party on Twitter saying it's a case of reality is the policy imagination it's unfathomable and it shows why more than ever we should consider the E. U. countries our closest allies this man is incalculable president trump is reiterating is call for Russia to be allowed to rejoin the group of seven industrial nations ahead of the summit this weekend correspondent Frederick plugin reports French president Emmanuel macron backs the move Russia got kicked out after invading Ukraine and annexing Crimea this wasn't just America's decision under the Obama administration this was the decision of the majority of the G. eight back then G. eight countries have decided that with Russia doing that if no longer belonged in that organization president trump said that Moscow should be restored to the group officials in Texas say some of the more than twenty cities targeted by a coordinated ransomware attack have recovered and are operating normally today correspondent Clayton nobles says the hack locked municipalities other computer systems last Friday and prompted issues throughout the weekend the Texas department of information resources has lowered the number of cities that were attacked from twenty three to twenty two most believed to be smaller municipalities across the state few details about the hacker been released but authorities believe all of the attacks originated from a single source the state has identified the affected cities or said whether any of the agencies are paid a ransom but the Texas towns of keen and border have said they were among the target the FBI and other federal agencies are investigating Clayton novel Dallas the F. B. in the department of homeland security or assisting in that response president trump made some comments about Jewish Americans who vote for Democrats correspondent Linda canyon has more I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge will great disloyalty it's outrageous it's offensive democratic congressman Ted Deutch who is Jewish says this question of loyalty is anti semitic is he suggesting that he knows what it means to be loyal to my religion and he condemns the president for these and other remarks the president needs to apologize trump in the GOP of work to win over Jewish Americans vote for Democrats but to suggest they are disloyal if they don't vote Republican is not exactly a winning strategy multiple exit polls from the two thousand sixteen presidential election show that more than seventy percent of Jewish Americans voted for Hillary Clinton Linda Kenyan Washington and influential health groups as more women may benefit from genetic testing for breast or ovarian cancer specially they've already survived cancer once correspondent Jan Johnson reports the genes known as Bracco one and bracket to control how well the body repairs DNA and if they're mutated that greatly increases a woman's cancer risk the US preventive services task force in the past is recommended that women with relatives who have breast or ovarian cancer should see a genetic counselor the group now says while the.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Violent crackdown on protesters. Doctors linked to your position on Wednesday, Sade at least one hundred eight people have been killed so far by parliamentary unit in the capital to colleague, Catherine bureau hunger, is that so this morning, which is hearing a bit more traffic out on the streets for this is not what you'd expect to being in the middle of downtown Khartoum usually, has red lock when we're here just over a month ago at the height of the protests. The sit in that was outside the army headquarters, you'd hear people chanting celebrating as the one turn to demonstrate calling for civilian government. But now it's very quiet out on the streets are the RSS militia, and they usually young men sitting on the back of pickups and some. Of these actually mounted with rocket propelled grenades at the moment that security forces out in the streets, most people, choosing to stay home and listening to you on a program on the BBC yesterday. I had you talk about the bodies had been found in the river Nile what mode? We know about this everybody right now is really trying to get an assessment of the violence over the last few days was also making it quite hard to get a sense of the victims. But also, how killed is the fact that the internet is down so be able to share information as freely, but we know in form the sedan doctors committee, is that they say at least forty have been pulled out of the river. Now, they say this was information got from their doctors were able to see some of the victims, slowly information videos coming out regarding these incidents, but they haven't been verified. So people are still. Trying to corroborate this information. And from your reporting also says that there is a bit of a disconnect between Muhammad Hamadan and river is leading the military council. Is that clarity of vision, the, on the same page, as far as this violence is concerned as being meted out on the protesters taught men in the transition council behead journal Abdel Fattah Albarn talked about having a sense of forgiveness said that these clients shouldn't have happened cold front investigation, and also said he was willing to talk with your position. But then when general Hamid Hamdan, spoiled, he said, while it's not my men in the carrying out these crimes. He said his imposters dressed in the uniforms, driving that trucks may also said is that the staff could not tolerate any more chaos. And he said that the people out on the streets are not protesters. Cool them criminal gangs, and people, quite shocked. By these statements and taking him very seriously. Hunger in Hudson. That's the latest sports news now with Matthew Kenyon, Tunisia's Esperon, not African football champions anymore. The club have been told to hand back the trophy, and the medals and replay the second leg of their Champions League final with Casablanca following the chaotic end to the game last week, the mattress abandoned apparently because we had refuse to play on, once they discovered that the video assistant referees wasn't available to review the referee's decision to rule out there equalizing goal. But after an emergency kathak -secutive committee meeting, stretched over two days in Paris, accompanied by loud, and angry protests from fans of both clubs the governing body is decided that's not actually what happened. Instead, they have blamed the failure to complete the game on a failure of security implicitly by the host. The game is played in Tunisia. Espera have issued a mission statement, which said they were surprised by the move. And would appeal calf's decision with the relevant international bodies, and take all legal measures to preserve it rights, while the reaction has not been quite so calm, amongst Tunis in fans or politicians reporters? Hell chimera spoke to us from Tunisia this morning. There has been huge anger, and frustration amongst estrus fans. And I think one of the main reason for this frustration is as he said, that is stating. Improper security measures and the game people are expecting. We that to be sanctioned because they're fused to play. But all of a sudden now calf's questioning the security at the stadium. It got a lot of people involved upset, a lot of people's attention. Prime minister has personally tweeted that it is equal EFI Esco, and the people who are questioning today's secur security should assume responsibility. He has also praised as throws fans for their discipline and all the parties involved that, that manage to ensure that this game goes on very well. And he says that he the personally stand behind this Crohn's in defending the rights, that should help chimera. Well, there is ability is a member of the Catholic -secutive committee. He explained to the baby why he had backed this very controversial. Rooting for me as a person. The worst decision that I've ever made. But we have to do something, it became impossible to ignore everything that would any everything one wrong because they'll rules on how, how far you can stop Emaar every single brew was breaking. Okay. Even the abutment of the much. There's nothing Enrico to that Morocco abundant a much, much more reaction to come. Don't come stroke African football online, focus on Africa. And support today on your radio and television. We'll also tell you about the raptors edging ahead against the warriors in the NBA. It's two one in the final series and wash out at Roland Garros yesterday which means that the coach finals are going to be completed today. Matthew thank you. Matthew kenyon. Let's turn to Philip Hampshire now on the business desk can fit talks between the US and Mexico to ease immigration tensions along their border continue today and say. So far. They failed to reach an agreement with president Donald Trump's June the tenth deadline for the introduction of sanctions approaching tennis mall. Yes. Unless a deal can be reached between the two sunny today or tomorrow, five percent tariffs begin. No Mexican exports the United States on Monday. The Trump administration said those tests will rise month by month until they reach twenty five percent by October to give you an idea of just how big this is for Mexico. The US is the country's largest export market that can twenty seventeen Mexico sent three hundred seven billion dollars worth of goods and services to America now, compared three hundred seven billion dollars to the states, the second largest market, the Mexico is Canada at twenty two billion dollars. It's just seven percent as big. So I spoke to moderate Henry bond sues plenty of tense high-stakes discussions in his time and asked if there's anything the Mexicans can actually offer in these talks simply lead to the US asking them to do, even more is going to be nearly impossible for the Mexicans to. Satisfy the demands, I mean if you look at the push factors from Central America from Honduras, Guatemala, those countries that are going through economic turmoil that I strong look at the pull factor, the US economy is by all accounts, booming. If you want to stop the flow of people, and we're talking about a hundred and forty four thousand individuals being handed at the US border in may alone. You gotta find reasons for them to stay gonna feel comfortable. The good feel secure, and it doesn't look, as though there's any way at the moment credible way being suggested of making their lives, most cure more prosperous and more safe. What would you advise to the United States than some kind of aid package or economic development package for Central American countries to take away the pressure from south of the border? Well, if you look at what Europe is trying to do and the negotiations with African Union countries have been ongoing for quite some time. It's not just about stuffing people getting into boats is about giving them reasons to stay in their own countries. Whether it's a rare, Sudan, Gambia and Nigeria the contract export lots of people trying to get across the Mediterranean. But you don't see any fresh thinking in US Mexican relations. There are no projects whatsoever. It would appear that have been identified that the US could invest in or have Development Corporation with the Mexicans are on. So it's looking very bleak at the moment, having said that only two hours of meaningful talks have been undertaken those. So it's a bit premature to say things have collapsed. It's easier for politician in the United States needs specifically US President Donald Trump to send troops to the border or build the wall. It's something physical. It's there, but these gestures on. I mean it's very easy to say. I'm gonna build this walled member his campaign rallies. Twenty sixteen twenty seventy two eighteen and nothing has been built. There's nothing credible is just reconstituted fences. He's yeltsin. The accession and agreement of congress, both to impose these news tariffs and also to build this world across billions, he hasn't been able to do, but it's red meat to his base. And that's what they like even if he doesn't follow through. And if you consider just how much even just a five percent initial Levy will cost the agricultural sector. We're talking about one point four billion u s dollars a year. This is top of food, US imports of agricultural, and agri-food from Mexico and remember in the end, it's going to be the consumer who pays. Did that was Henry bone sue their dimension the last hour fear Chrysler no longer merging with Reynaud cars in front shares of now, open trading fit crosses actually recovered from lows of the day is currently down by one point seven percent was off by three and a half percent. Reynaud County Down by seven Philip. Thank you. Then MC centre left? Social democrat party has emerged as Rena Wednesday's general election with more than twenty six percent of the vote its leader medicine. Now looks likely to become the country's youngest ever prime minister of age forty one. Oxidant is a Finnish journalist and writer in Copenhagen, and has been following Dench, politics for the last fifteen years. Good to have you on a good morning. Good morning, the youngest prime minister, tell us about how would, you know? Well, see forty one like you said, but she has a very long career in politics. She was twenty three twenty four when it came to the parliament, last time, and she has held ministerial posts before and says the force fortunate ration- social democrat. So in that sense as not politically very young. What was it about her that attracted so many votes, actually, it wasn't her of the social Democrats that attract towards it was rally the coalition that is supported by this mid-size parties at traffic. For the sake of clarity. Just explained to us how those parties work or how government is formed in Denmark. Yes. The government is formed, so it's very difficult to understand in two partisan, but there's almost always accretion and this coalition, led by social democrat is called the red qualification. So there are to treat midsize parties that actually won't very big this election, and they have an hour, very big mandate also in the negotiations, but she will still be the prime minister very likely and people been saying that, you know, climate change will benefit from her time in office. But it's also going to be a time when they'll see an increase or tightening in policies on immigration. Well, she has been she has adopted more or less the same line in immigration, like many of the parties in monk. That was led by the Danish, People's Party, the right wing populist party that came into the power in two thousand one so she has more or less adopted the same same police immigration. And now it can be very difficult for her to follow that line because the parties that have won the election, actually, like double the like a Social Liberal Party. That doubled. It's support. They want to have more more liberal, immigration, and changes in the integration policy also. So the situation is interesting. They are calling eight now as historical election. Infant in ten markets. First time since two thousand and one that has been a serious backlash for the populist party. Very fascinating. Thank you very much for your time on oxygen and finished journalist in Copenhagen interesting. You get older. Policemen. And increasing the prime minister's looked like children. And if I find. Or maybe that's just me. We take you to California for our final story. It's an extraordinary story man, that has been freed from prison after serving twenty three years for joyriding conviction. Kenneth Oliver was given a life sentence for the seemingly minor crime under California's strict three strikes sentencing law. For repeat felons time, served included an eight year period in solitary confinement for possessing a banned book to sell a small spoke to Edward Johnson. They lead attorney with the firm Mayer Brown who is behind his release. Three strikes is a tough on crime. Sensing law that was passed back in nineteen ninety four under that law if you had two prior convictions, and then you get a third strike..

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"social liberal party" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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12:55 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If you want to be a part of the program. We'll get to a few calls on a minute. Just a couple of more minutes. Two more questions for Bill O'Reilly, and his website, Bill O'Reilly dot com in oh look you have spent your entire career immediate. And I've had enough, you know, private conversations with you, that I can literally say, when it comes to television audiences ratings. Look, there's a reason you were number one in cable for all those years, by the way, you're welcome to take back from me anytime you want, because you can have all the fire an incoming that I get every day since you left. Thanks a lot. Thank sanity. I appreciate let me tell you music human shield hit. Well know what you're doing this. Definite benefits and being number two. You know, just go after the top guy, leave me alone. I understand. I'm that's why I'm kinda glad I'm out of it. Every day of my life, I had to deal with it. But what you're saying is that I understand the audience, you understand television. Okay do. So here's my question. How do these so-called news networks get away with what turns out to be outright lying for two years, nothing, but a web of conspiracy theories that they've pedaled mostly with anonymous sources hype and hyperventilation any moment? They think they've got this president on the ropes because the management, condones it and at one point thought it was gonna make money off of it. So MSNBC was nothing nothing for eighteen years. All right. So all of these networks, that say that they are news, and they peddle conspiracy theories lies for two plus years, and then I'm going to get a second part of the question after. But how do they ever recover or do they never recover? Recover. It's like time magazine Newsweek magazine Sports Illustrated, just got sold. Once the consumer believes that here, she is not getting a fair presentation than most will leave and not by or watch, or whatever it may be the zealots will stay. So if you're a far left media, concern watch you. So Rachel Maddow, is the best example of this on hot day where the left thinks they've got a new surround President Trump's neck ratings go up, but on an ordinary day when that doesn't exist. She doesn't do very well. So it's all her whole constituency is based on. Can we get rid of Donald Trump? That's not the recipe for success long term and the reason at Fox News channel, I can say whatever they want about Fox News channel, but I was under one for sixteen consecutive years is because I was perceived to be number one for three years. And I'm there's no I mean, but, but let me tell you. I have no plans to stay that long to break your record. I'm just telling everybody now. Yeah, well, I hope you do. I really do but longing to play golf. Go ahead. You base your now on facts. Yes. And that is the difference not hatred. Not emotion. Not I wanted a socialist government. You basically see the world the way you see it, everybody knows what that is. But then when you present thing, it's fact based that's the key to success. Bill ninety nine percent of the news media in this country went in one direction. You know there have been times in my career and your career as well. Both of us we, we come at something from an entirely different angle. When I vetted Obama, the last two years, we've been on peeling this onion, and with the declassification last week, it's not a matter of if any more America's going to see the FIS applications, America's gonna see the three oh two's, the gang of eight the COPA, Tori evidence. It's all coming, but here's here's my big problem. And I want to want you to really dig into this. Now, if these people on the left in the media, Democrats, if they cared about, let's say, obstruction of Justice. How did they all ignorance or Hillary's behavior an underlying crime the espionage act? And then when she deletes thirty three thousand subpoenaed emails bleach bit hammers and sim cards removed. If they care about Russian interference. How do you ignore the dirty dossier? Even the New York Times suggesting that Christopher Steele, who put this together paid by Hillary that it was Russian disinformation. But then it's used in a Fiso Warren application spy on the opposition party candidate to influence an election and also spreading it out to media members of it would impact the twenty sixteen election. How do you ignore, you know, how do you say, I'm a believer when you talk about Justice cavenaugh in high school. But there's no I believe, IRS when it comes to the Lieutenant governor of the Commonwealth Virginia who is has credible allegations of rape and violence sexual assault. Not you don't hear peep out of them whereas some desire in here to get to the truth, rather than just being a total hack for a Democratic Party socialist. Agenda. Let's do not seek the truth. If you are a political zealot and you could be one on the right as well as the left, you are not interested in what really happens or what's fair or what's good for the entire country. The only thing you are interested in is imposing your view of the world on everybody else. So that's the answer to your question. You're not a rational person. You're not sitting down examining evidence. No, you want socialism. So anyone who doesn't you're going to try to destroy them? You don't care how because the end justifies the means and that unfortunately has taken root in about twenty twenty five percent of the American population. That's pretty scary. You know, at the end of the day in the reason, for example, what do I do for a living? I if somebody asked me, I'll Sam, I'm a talk show host while, you're not a journalist. No, I'm gonna talk show host. You're not a well maybe you're of an opinion journalist. I said, yeah. That's part of being a talk show host Bill, I can produce as you can hundreds of hours of straight reporting. Whatever it may be a war. God forbid or maybe a natural disaster. And there's no opinion. We've done investigative work. The last two years on the deep state or vetting Obama, two examples, we give opinion but we're honest about the opinions of why I am a conservative because conservatism works. I e the economy under Trump after tax cuts, and ending burdensome regulation. We also talk sports and culture and everything in between. In other words, I view, what I do is the entire newspaper. They're supposed to be objective. They're not. Can you think of anybody on cable today that you would say? Meaning a host em- primetime that is objective. Britt, Hume is pretty fair. Well, I don't show any more. And I think a guy like that, who you wanna put up. He's a thinker. Leaves a little bit conservative, but doesn't allow doesn't let that influences a rep. But there are very few of them because they take orders Hannity. I mean guys like me and you, we're lucky in the sense that we started this business, and we didn't get interference. I mean I never got into fear never Riley fact. I don't think you got into. When you started. No, none at all. Okay. So we didn't have corporate masters telling us what to do again. I'll go back. If you're in a reporter for the New York Times, and you are seeing on the street in your off hours wearing a mega hat. You're through. By the way, the mega had is now the new trigger of the left in Americans hilarious. I know. But there wasn't that culture when we started the FOX capable, but you work for like, I knew Peter Jennings. I, I worked for Jennings. Right. And I worked for rather. Okay. And I knew Tom Brokaw organizations, CBS, much more than ABC. But they and once in a while they crossed the line with me. And they got pushback. I didn't I didn't Brooke it. But most of the reporters did most reporters working over there, if they got told by management, this is how you skew, the story. They did it. And now all of them do it on cable. And that's what you're seeing in. It's fascinating, though, because I got to know Jennings and Brokaw and Tim russert, Tim russet, he, he moderated a debate between me and James Carville. But more importantly, I, I would interview them I just happen to love his two books that he wrote. Fair guy. But those, but the but they'll Peter Jennings came in my radio studio, highlighting every page of the book that I had recently written Tim russert would seek my opinion as a conservative to understand it Tom Brokaw. He was great until now. He's in a mode where he has to protect MSNBC for some reason. But I don't think he was a rigid radical ideolog, although I think they all slanted left Brokaw. It was a social thing. I have to say because I know the mall rather was a committed liberal, right? Okay. Sam Donaldson same thing, right? Brokaw is a social liberal parties. Loved the salons Jenny that Jenny. He went out and he moved around. But he was real suspect of all of that. And so he was the least ideological of all them. Yeah. You know, it's, it's just the would never going. I don't think there's a path back corporate America controls it now. It's a big moneymaker now. It's not a news calling. It's not like okay we're here for the people. We want to give the people at truth. That's not what's happening is like we want to make as much money as we can make. And along the way, I wanna have friends that will invite me to all parties in the Hamptons, Manhattan and Holly. He would. So I'm going to be liberal. But, but what they're gonna do Bill just from a just like looking at it from a business model perspective, is they're going to kill the goose that laid the golden egg. It's already dead. It's already dead. And well, here's the thing, though. I mean, in many ways, I think we'll look at the golden age of, of cable and even broadcast news. But I will tell you what they the biggest shock for all of them is the day that Donald Trump leaves office, which is going to be six year. No, I don't it's whole for. They will watch Joe Biden, never gets elected president cable ratings are gonna call four fifty percent. I won't be on the air so low matter. I don't care. I mean you never gonna see them does anybody seen him since may seventeenth. He made his announcement for pro. Ten days in a row. Must've been tired from that one appearance in Philly. He didn't have to campaign jump. You're not going to see him in a diner. Do name recognition. And I'm Obama. I'm the return of Obama vote for me. That's all you're gonna do not gonna work Bill, not in this day and age. No way. Listen, I know we took a lot of extra time. We really appreciate the conversation. Just a quick plug. Everybody can go to Bill o'riley dot com to see the Muller analysis. Tonight, we're opening it up to everybody. All right. Bill, O'Reilly Bill O'Reilly dot com. Thanks for the extra time and.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on WBAI

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15:40 min | 2 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on WBAI

"Welcome back. My guest today was named one of the BBC's one hundred women of twenty sixteen and she's been the subject of interviews in both the times and the guardian Sharon can con- is Denmark's first female imam who has founded a women's mosque in Copenhagen called Maryam mosque. She was born in Denmark in one thousand nine hundred seventy four to a Finnish mother and a Syrian father who was a political refugee and a pro feminist man, she studied in Damascus and returned to Denmark in two thousand and she sees herself as being born between two worlds and considers her goal that of reconciling opposites. She holds a masters degree in sociology of religion and philosophy from the university of Copenhagen in twenty seven. She published a book, titled Islam and reconciliation a public matter noting that Christianity Jewish and Muslim institutions have become patriarchal and. She sees women run mosques as one challenge to this tradition. She also stood for parliament as a candidate for the Danish Social Liberal Party. And here is Sharon con con. Sharon, welcome to the program. Thank you so much. Thank you fighting me. Thank you for joining us. You are a female imam in Islam in Denmark. You are concentration of many anomalies all of them. Very interesting. You were a fashion model you ran for parliament, Europe, political activist. And now you have founded well, actually in two thousand sixteen was it you found it the first the first women's Mosk in a very real sense, the Maryam mosque income Copenhagen tell tell us how this came to be. Actually, the idea came to me back in nineteen ninety nine when I was doing my thesis on surface and actually in Syria and Damascus. I I remember I was sitting at the balcony looking at the grand mufti of Syria getting his his. The sermon and our thinking how come we have known allies, these patriarchal structures within our religious institutions, and I felt such a distance between us women on the Dow company looking through the through the the walls at the at the grand mufti. I thought what would it be like if if he was a woman, or as the imam was a woman, so the inspiration came from the east in one thousand nine hundred nine an actually not in the west also came to me. I think through my upbringing my father, he's a political refugee from Syria. He's also on the sushi, pack spiritual path any slam. Yeah. So very early. He introduced me to sue funiture, and I was introduced to even Rb who's one of the great resume within the juicy tradition. He needs from eleven sixty five until twelve forty and he used to say the perfect woman. He was reciting. Wonderful. So so I think the inspiration came through the sufi literature and to my meeting with the patriarchal structure. Well, sufism is that's Rumi sufism is most lyrical the most poetic the most non rigid. All the variants of Islam as I understand it. Sufi sufism is the language of poets and the language of love. Well, that sounds pretty good is is the is the mask the Maryam mosque specifically denominational. I mean is it a sufi mask or a Shia mosque or a Sunni sufism is a direction within Islam surface is more like being on the spiritual path, and when you in constant search for the inner essence behind all the rituals. It's it's very antetok Matic approach, and you can Sydney she an a sushi at the same time. So our mosque is based on sufism. And I I'm Marie inspired by some of the sufi poets, especially near audience at. Yeah. It was a woman who died in eight hundred and one and she made the the fundament for this system. She was one of the women late the fundament, and she said, it's a very beautiful poetry poetry where she says I carry a land with one hand and with watcher in my other hand, and with these two things I feel set fire to have an intern of hellfire so that the travelers toward Scott a lot can see the true light. And and then she says God allow if I worship you because I know him for paradise closed the gates of paradise in fundraising. And if I long for you. Your health fire. Let me during hellfire. But if I known for you for your mercy alone, mayo mercy enough be upon me. Oh, it's so sad. It's so beautiful. All patriarchal religions should learn from this. I think it's the essence in surface because to me this is about. Deconstructing older manipulated dichotomies that we people construct by Katsumi said between east and west and Islam and Christianity or being faithful Muslim believer thicker list. So so we actually tried to deconstruct these manipulated cuts while you, you're not only constructing a in its place a women safe space. But but but it's an activist feminist spaces. Well, how did that come to be? I mean from from the path of being a political activist. I mean electoral when you when you ran for parliament are being a fashion model. I know that I I guess not. I was never a fashion model. You would not okay. Then then we have to criticize the guardian and a number of other sources said we consulted you're very beautiful. And I guess they assumed you'd been a model. Thank you. I I did one hat commercial many many years over and you've got and you got stuck with them level of being a fashion model. Oh my God. Accentuation? I never want. Ed made a good story. Unfortunately. Yes. And I this can't have been an easy. Path. However, however loving and merciful, and inviting sufi is is to become a woman imam. We should do a number of things one is explained to those members of my audience who don't know the difference between an imam and Muller. Yes. And any mom is a non-protected title. So being any mom is narrowly understood as the person who leads the prayer. So anyone who needs to practice would call him or herself any mom, but any mom is also in a broader sense defined as the spiritual religious leader as the person who leads the mosque or community. So it's like, a spiritual religious leader. And some define it as a person who is like a scholar Muslim, right? So in the in the Myanmar, we define any mom. And I mean, we have set out criteria for our moms. We have seen imams right now at the moment. All women all women. Yes. Tarini amazing. It's raining female imams in Copenhagen. I just love it. I just love it. The the idea of hearing the call to prayer in a woman's voice is very Buick utterly different utterly utterly different. It's very beautiful, but we set up criteria. You have to have a master planning studies, religion, Arabic, language, or innate. Or at a related study study, slamming spiritual care at Copenhagen university at the second CFC elegy because being any mom is not only about leading prayer. It's also about being able to reach out to people because people come to you with their with their problems. Sure. Young people older people couples. So you need to understand that. And when you give you some experience you'll care. It's not. You have to guide people on their own premises. You have to listen without judging. Yeah. So it's a discipline in itself. And the the the merriam mask is a women's mosque only except for men men men are welcome at Friday prayers. No, no on Friday, a women's mosque. If exclusive all it's the other way around. I see. Yes. So from twelve o'clock like these two hours it's exclusively for women. But after two o'clock men enter a couple of answer. Slamming spiritual care sessions for I was heading me for daycare and for many different things. So it is an all inclusive mosque, it's just two hours on Fridays that I made it exclusively for women. That's lovely. That's just that's what we wanted to create a magical place women. Well, it sounds like you did. I mean with three three women moms my God. I don't you know, there are women and moms and women's mosques springing up in the United States. There's a couple of in Europe. I think there's one about to be or maybe it's already opened in Indonesia. One in Africa. So this is an idea whose moment has come. But, but I don't think anyone is quite as openly I could be wrong, but quite as openly feminist as you are in naming and challenging patriarchal traditions. And it surely has got you into trouble. I know that possibly at least in articles. I've read about you, your marriage may have ended because of this and some some crazy male member of parliament, tried revenge porn on you. So there have been attacks. What have been the key? Houston being I was accused of being the radical Muslims from the right wing parties within Danish politics. And yes, I first of all I have to say that she no imam is not a new phenomenon. Female imams in China since the agent twins years US in Canada, South Africa, as you said in Germany, and Switzerland. And now they opened a women's mosque with, you know, imams in in France, and and in UK, so it's it's spreading and women. I I'm sparring other women I was inspired by and you know, we'll do too is the great female scholar, and she let the prayer for both men and women back in two thousand and five in New York. And she has written the great books where she gives the reading of the Koran with a focus on gender equality. I was inspired by all these great female imams. And now we are inspiring other women exacting that. That's the way we can make that change you pass it on you pass it on. Yes, we do how how have you fared, though, with the with with the, you know, the criticism and the and I'm sure the threats that have come down. Down on you. And I think that I don't focus on the upper station. It's a very clear strategy that that I have. If I tell the story of a position, this is the narrative that I sent out into the world, and it becomes long. If you commit to oppose it. Always tell the stories of support about grinding mom who came all the way from Indonesia, and he played in our mosque, and he dressed the mosque breast the concept of mums, and he's representing the third largest loss in in the world in Jakarta, Indonesia. Yes, yes. And two hundred thousand Muslims for Friday prayers. Tell the story about that who came from South Africa into our north. So I think that this is a very clear strategy from my side. But I'm also honest about the fact that it has consequences when you start enough when you China's patriot structure and being of the Koran will be met by opposition. And even within my own family. I was met with opposition. And I think that many people they want revolution. They want to change. But paintings don't want their wife or that also is to be ahead of the. The changes. Yes. The revolution stops at the front door or the or the or the bedroom door. Yes. Were you raised in Islam? Yeah. My father. He's a mosque him. And he started to be a practicing Muslim ages ago when when Charlotte asset started to massacre insisted it'll population. Yes. But he I was my mother she's practicing Christian. So I was brought up in a home where spirituality was Preston. More than religious ritual accent, my parents, both my parents have a very spiritual spiritual approach to everyday chill. Yes. And they always focused on the things that unite us as a feminine. So we went to the church with my mother, we celebrated Christmas with my mother nature on she started to fast with us, and she moved to Syria with my father before the war broke out. And if there so I think that the fact that my parents succeeded in uniting east and west Christianity and Islam. It it. It did something to me. It's my fundament. Isn't it tragic that that spirituality is the first casualties of religion? Most of the time. You know what? I mean. I mean, the rules religion, really literally at least in English the route is from the Latin religio, and it means it's from Caesar's soldiers. It's from legions. It's means the rule of the military. I mean, so it it it. So many times the suffocation is of anything approaching, you know, real, spirituality. I you know, I look at a picture of the sombrero galaxy. And or the bud in my garden, and I get a profound thrill from that. Even though I am from pronounced and extremely happy and practicing atheist, but but it it people who cling to the rules instead of the content or even below the content of the message. It seems so tragic, and it's and it is the world is in its grip of many with many faces today to mix my metaphors. Yeah. I agree with you. I do agree with you. And somehow women seem to have a way of certainly not all women. But but as a as a political force women, maybe just because we've been powerless for so long..

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"social liberal party" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Now that sounds like he ate us the Social Liberal Party candidate, right? But you know, the parties throughout the world with their names. And you think oh my God. What they turned out to be exactly the opposite of what you think they may be the names are strange the help parties are named throughout the country throughout the world. And sometimes it means absolutely nothing. I've tell you often every time we run into this subject of how political parties are named when I lived over in England, very briefly. There was a party up in Manchester that actually gained a seat in the lower house, and they were called the let's have a party party. And it was predicated on just having a good time. But they actually were able to put a group together and actually pick up a seat in parliament, the let's have a party party. Why not? So one promise that I told you that Bolsonaro made rang true for some reason really struck a chord with Brazilians was this move of the embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. And you know, who else did that and the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated this claim on Sunday announcing in Brazil that boss narrow told him the embassy move is not a question of if it's just a matter of win as I told you before the break, and it's like call the moving vans. This is going to be a done deal. So he's going to be a fun one to watch. Now, so different, and this is not all that unusual in Brazil because Brazil going to be a little violent. But so different already first day. Sworn in Tuesday. He's already getting death threats from the left. Down there. I want to digress politics for a moment. We do need to talk about the wall Schumer Mitt.

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"social liberal party" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Otherwise there is no middle ground. None it can get ugly. And there is always. Great disagreement between the genders, I guess now as of two thousand nineteen we have three in California. So you non binary types? Join us as we talk about obesity. I rather imagine you can be fat too. And then we've got this great audio from Mr. Schumer about is it offense is wall. And why do I like it or not like? Being bird dog. By a rather persistent reporter from CBS to got got gotta hear that out for you today. I know John and Christina played at earlier, you may have heard of them, but you need to hear it again. But why do I bring up this particular new leader in Brazil? Normally, it'd be going to big deal, and I would roll right by it. I do this because. We're seeing more and more. Versions. They're not good. More and more leaders sort of resembling, a Donald Trump type leader emerge throughout the world. Some may be you know, phonies, but most most have been very honest to themselves, and who they are this individual. The former Brazilian army captain Zara a ball tomorrow is the real deal and he was sworn in Tuesday as the president of Brazil prompt. Congratulations from Donald Trump they'd been compared a lot. He said, I will work tirelessly. So that Brazil reach it's destiny. My vow is to strengthen our democracy sixty three years. I mentioned often, you know, compared again referred to by the media as the Trump the tropics, I love that and again, provocative statements. He makes on issues ranging from abortion immigration, gun control. But also for his ability to reach this this base of Brazilians as Trump did with Americans. He's able to not only reach out to the the the wealthy the upper class, the nomenklatura the people that handle the money in Brazil. But also, the labor classes well, too, which is massive massive. And if you want to reach out to the upper class in in Brazil, you're reaching out to a lot of people who are in oil and in precious stones and and boy, do they know it. One pass through the gems district will tell you that. So he emerged as the winner of his presidential election runoff on October. And he became the first conservative candidate to be elected in in a number of terms down there the Social Liberal Party candidate and the former longtime congressman replied to Trump's congratulations saying together under God's, protection whistle. Bring prosperity and progress to our people..

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"social liberal party" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"social liberal party" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Alexa. She owned him. Okay. Now. This is just the last one that I think I think this is maybe the most revealing what question they ask and the way their reactions to it here. Okay. What is black lives matter? God lives matter is an international activist movement originating in the African American community campaigns against violence and systemic racism towards black people. Posit Alexa, is kind of she's pretty historically informed kinda woke. All right. Let's keep. Lives matter is an international activist movement originating in the African American community that campaigns against Lila since systemic racism towards black people. Alexa. How many black lives matter? Activists have stolen. You. Because they wiped your memory. God. That's so racist, not to state the obvious. But like God is actually the laugh for that. It's amazing to me that they are so assured that everyone's going to have that reaction to that answer about black lives matter. Right. Like, you believe they say they're against police violence, light, even a standard definition about people working. So that their children brothers and sisters, and fathers, and husbands aren't murdered in the streets. As we see almost literally every day. It's ridiculous. I've got a clip here. What about George Soros funded ultra nationalist anti white plot to kill white people at you're doing it, South Africa? Alexa. Well, this is why comedy is so contingent upon the society in which it's produced the people the place like because I don't know fifty years ago. The majority of people would have thought that his joke was funny and now. The majority of people understand that that joke is racist. And only racist think that joke is funny, meaning the socially constructed. I have a clip here from Volcker Eric's Hitler Essent eighteen eighty nine nineteen thirty nine this talks about his relationship to Marxism. Tell me more. Well, I think you just literally is the social Democrats and the communists, but because the moderate humble is PD which cooperated with bourgeoisie. Liberals was not a suitable target for attack Hitler concentrated his bio on the KPD whose leader inch. Tell Mon came from the northern German city Hitler deliberately called upon the fears of his audience which included leading Humboldt merchants of the communists coming to power. If communism were Detriot today. Two million people would be making their way to the gallows. He prophesied, but there was a way of smashing into radical the Marxist worldview, which was the aim of his own movement. The NAFTA P Hitler, proclaimed new the toxins could only be combated with antitoxins in the party would not rest until the last Marxist is either been converted or eliminated the initially reserved audience. Greeted these words with frenetic applause, and at the end of the speech when Hitler proclaimed his vision of Germany of. Freedom and power. He was showered with ovations. And shouts Hieaux. There's your leftist Nazis. Steven Crowder, you idiot lectu who was that. Alexa, who is being quoted. Yeah map, but your member what Nazis stand for oh shit. I forgot about it. I don't know. I don't know. Socialises name. But guess that does mean anything Volker Erlich or Ola Rick address that but that is a pretty Volker Erlich was Hugh Metallica. If textbook fascist shit to take words that people like and appropriate them and concepts that people like like, that's what they're doing now with liberal shit JR bolsa narrows party that he is running on is called the Social Liberal Party. And he's literally fascist who's called for you know, who's said that the military dictatorship didn't torture and murder enough people when it ran Brazil now again, I have no doubt that Steven Crowder does not know gyro Bolsonaro is dumb person, yet even crowded very stupid guy. So I'm trying to be fair here. So maybe in less, you know, the coke brothers. Whoever else sent him an Email and said, you need to know who terrible as you dump little prick because that's where we're going to install in Brazil, torture and indigenous people he has no idea who he is. Because he's stupid uninformed person. He might I'm not even clear that Stephen Fry. Uttered knows what Brasilia's. Certainly not that it's Portuguese. Let's go to a five oh nine area code who's this where you calling from. Semyalo feeder presume. Yes. Time listener first-time caller from the hull of presidents in sunny, Orlando Florida at Disney resorts Tiszai, Franklin Delano Roosevelt..

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