16 Burst results for "Somalia Malia"

"somalia malia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:28 min | 2 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Fast Twenty, twenty one, it's going to be the fifth year of forecast the decentralized libertarian. Camping Festival that I saw you here and there during Lucas I was there. I technically. Participated right on. I like how there's like a pork I there's a fork fast and then there's probably going to be a fork fest to another pork fast probably I. I learned there's going to be one that happens before the porcupine freedom festival next year called Somalia fast eight work a fork fast were there actually I guess tech. Simile. Festus fork some Malia fast. It was a renaming of of Somalia. Malia. pestis back. Correct Somalia fest has report. So they say, yeah. Well, we'll see what happens is the long way to go between here and June twenty, eight through. July. Fourth of twenty twenty one. That will be the week for four of the week where it's just forecast. Is June twenty eight through July fourth we did it for the. First. Time this year after the Porcupine Freedom Festival the first three years it had happened prior to so this year and. The porcupine freedom festival is our lead in into forecast which culminates in a weekend with fireworks and you guys played some music did a live concert the Fudd Band Fud, which you can see that live concert in full over at the freaking Youtube Channel Serie, check that out. But again, Mark Your calendar June twenty eighth through July fourth. What better way to celebrate independence day that being around other free minded people here in the Shire it's a great way to get a taste of what it was like Luke risk joining us again here from we are change dot. Your Longtime Porcupine Freedom Festival attended yeah I got banned from Canada and I had nothing else to do. I. Didn't know anything about the Free State community. This was all the way long again. Two thousand was a two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight. I don't remember exactly but I remember going up to cover the G twenty in Toronto going up there to the border getting stripped naked having everything in my possessions out every little. Canadian. Side or the US side, the Canadian side, the high I'm telling you the connects they're up to something I. Don't like them I'll be honest with you. There's some weird people I know a couple can look Jeff Berwick Josh cigarettes in Dan Dick's all short in stature and extremely weird individuals. By the way I'm also very curious about Somalia Gusta because a great guy, I love those guys sometimes not really but. I'm really curious about Samaya Fest because me and Jeff Berwick. We've heard the talking point. If you don't, you know you don't if you want anarchy, go to Samaya me and Jeff Barak, went to Somalia. Did you really? Yeah we went to Mogadishu Somalia. So I'm wondering about this Amaya Fest and if it's going to be anything like we experienced look If, you haven't seen the video it's on, it's on our Youtube, channel? If you type in. I forgot the title, but we are changed in Mogadishu Somalia. You can see our adventure tell. There for few days, we had to hire a mercenary group, no job protection for protection we went we had a couple of guys with AK47's following protection from the warlords baseball. There's a lot of internal conflicts and fighting inside of Mogadishu specifically there's different zones in different areas but one thing we found out one thing that we really really people needed to wake. Up to Somalia is not a place with no government. Somalia is the place too many governments and we have the Turkish government, the UAE Saudi. Arabia the United States africom Jerry Can Kendall. All of them have their forces all of them have certain sects and groups of individuals that they send arms do. So there's there was a crap ton of weapons given to Somalians. And because of the social economic conditions there a lot of the people that were armed by the supposed goodguys sold the weapons to the. Bad guys now shop all they're really fighting for. It's for territory the tax. That's essentially what the whole. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. So there's all these governments, these interests in Somalia luckily, we were very lucky because the road we're on the day of there was. Explosions there were four explosions in the city. There's usually one exposure, one major terrorist attack or love. Usually you're on a road with lucky because we were on the on the road not at the same time when they went off, they were a little bit later but we went at a time where usually there's like one major terrorist attack within two weeks. The day we were, there was four separate bombings. So it was definitely surreal experience. You definitely 'cause you know Jeff Jeff Jeff Berg crazy person. And he's like everyone keeps telling me to go to Somalia Luke, let's do it. It was interesting and it's not what people. It's not a land of Utopia end. Free. When they tell us that they don't think essay land of Utopia and freedom the land of no government. Essentially to me that's. Jesus, I assume personally. Knew that it was going to be a hell hole filled with finding warlords. Yeah. Exactly. But for me, the idea of no government, I'm sorry express myself more concrete idea of no government is beautiful idea. But that's not what we have in Somalia and so. It has to be. Sort of this evolution of thought that gets us to the point of having no government. You're not going to have that beautiful vision if the current system has just ripped away because the people want government sadly that's the world we live in right so that will re manifest and it may remain effect in a much more authoritarian version. If you strip away what you know, we currently have down so people. have to have whatever kind of thought renaissance to get to the next level of Oh, this is a really bad idea like slavery was about idea we need to get rid of it, but unfortunately were nowhere near that given that what was it? Chris Sununu the current governor here in New Hampshire has a eight out of ten people support what he's doing for covid rating I mean we are in the Very small minority, not only in a minority because we're libertarians were in an even further minority because we don't WanNa wear a mask these. There's even some libertarians who are into this whole masking thing and afraid science will write this. If you put on a lab coat, some libertarians would just believe anything that you say and so so we're even more of A. Whittled down minority than than we've ever been, and like I said yesterday at the voting location, there were only ten people roughly out of like six hundred as of may be around five o'clock or four thirty in the afternoon. So most of the day had gone by that refused to wear a mask and and even you put a mask on for convenience sake. To me, it's a very divisive issue that works perfectly in the hands of people that want to see common average people fight each other. So I think this whole issue I. Mean I. I take it for what it is. I mean I think it's a big kind of sigh up. I think it's it's a big issue that is distracting us from the larger context of exactly what's happening and It's really the larger economic ramifications what the Federal Reserve. Starting to feel yeah, and again, people need to understand these larger economic ramifications. Felt immediately, they're going to go through a certain amount of time and then the whole huge waves going to hit all at once, and there's going to be a lot of pain and suffering, and that's why an idea of we are change was always being the changed. You want to see in this world but most importantly now I think it's critical that people become responsible for themselves become sustainable become as an individual reliant on himself because the more we are reliant on government, the more we feed government or. The most multinational corporations whatever it maybe there's a lot of forces out there that are bad. The way to prevent it is to not participate in their system and the best way to do that is to become self reliant reliance certainly the better but we still need people of land and that's one of the reasons why this is a great place to be because the Community of liberty. Minded folks here New Hampshire's unmatched. There's nothing that comes close to it anywhere in the world and you've traveled the world right. Like me, Jeff were talking to our interpreter who said that he's GonNa put Jeff. In the middle of the seat of City Hall and whip him because he wanted to y. About being an alcoholic, very hard time. Look thanks for joining US bigs are always welcome to come back and see us here free talk you guys are heading out on the town. Are we're GONNA talk about the Halloween story finally coming up here in moments and other crazy news as well you can join US plus this is free talk live. Remember when you first heard about bitcoin..

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Pod Save the World

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

12:00 min | 11 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Con Artists

"They didn't recognize countries with new names and new borders racked by new fears even for the victors. A return turn to stability seemed impossible. There was a sense that everything was broken. Democracy had failed capitalism. I'm had failed. Socialism was failing to nihilism was the only philosophy that still made sense in Europe. Up The young people who came of age during this time were called the generation of nineteen fourteen. France called them the Generacion. Defer the gunfire generation in Britain and America. They were known as the lost generation in that kind of mass desperation. Peration certain things can slip through the cracks. The people let their leaders consolidate power. Let them blame. Foreigners let them do away with a civil liberty or two may trust it in despots because there really wasn't a better alternative until till before they realized it. The apocalypse they were trying to avoid was right there. On their doorstep those are the circumstances him stances that led to the rise of totalitarianism after world. War One to the rise of dictators. Welcome to dictators a new podcast original. I'm I'm Richard and I'm kate with this series. We want to go deep into the minds of some of history's most hated despots. We all know. Oh about the atrocities committed by the likes of Hitler and Stalin in the United States were familiar with longtime American adversaries. Such as Fidel Castro grow and Kim Jong UN on dictators will trace the psychological cultural and spiritual influences that transformed and these individuals. Either they were born psychopathic or they were hardened by circumstance without fail each went from wanting to save either country to destroying it. You can find all episodes of dictators and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever ever you listen to podcasts to stream dictators for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type dictators in the search bar podcast. We are grateful fool for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at park asked and twitter at podcast or cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help for our the first six episodes. We're starting with a bang as we explore the lives of World War. Two's three worst. Dictators Benito Mussolini Joseph Use of Stalin and Adolf Hitler today we'll see how Mussalini harness disparate social elements such as socialism. Nationalism Awesome and future ISM to forge a new belief system. Fascism this hateful ideology would be his chief tool in portraying portraying himself as the ideal Italian man and it would go on to inspire an even greater evil next week. We'll see how an alliance with that Greater Evil Nazi Germany led to Mussolini's downfall Mussolini lenient often thought of as Hitler's incompetent lackey his fellow fascist. Who Lost the war in Italy and died a day earlier on April twenty the eighth nineteen forty-five is body hung in a square and spit upon? But that is the modern perception in his time. Mussolini was considered a swashbuckling heartthrob a master politician. He rose to power in Italy years before Hitler became the face of totalitarianism despite destroying civil liberties in his country and exiling thousands of Italian Jews to concentration in camps Mussolini's people loved him and some still do. But how could the people of anytime view a monster on stir in such a romantic light and how has his global reputation fallen from that of the ultimate leader to the ultimate stooge in order to answer these questions. We must trace Mussolini's time as a socialist agitator in Switzerland to his years as a newspaper man to his craft. After you rise to Prime Minister Mussolini's entire life was a self defeating journey to fulfil a masculine ideal. He was born on July twenty ninth. Eighteen eighty three. His Father Allesandro leaney was his first role model. According to Spartacus Focus Educational Mussolini once told a reporter I come of peasant stock. My father was a blacksmith. He gave me strength. A A young Mussalini would work the forge with his father. Sweat dripping sparks cinching. His skin researcher Andrea Santio. Vanni describes describes the traditional image Italian steelwork as a completely masculine world where the natural characteristics of man string link courage leadership honor aggression our praise to excess Mussalini picked up on this learning to be strong to the full to express only the most dominant part of himself. He was taught that a man worked hard that he and his father were. The laboring peasantry has injury and across the country in Rome. There was a king and a church that reaped the benefits of their labor and didn't work at all even worse. There were Austrian kings to the north. Who ruled over land and people that were rightfully Italian Young Mussalini imagined these rulers? There's like fantasy despots almost inhuman every day at the forge. His father filled his mind with ideas about a revolution of workers. Just like them. Men like them strong workers who made up the real Italy who would one day inherit the earth Mussalini Mussalini loved his father and he wanted nothing more than to live up to these ideals. This belief system socialism with a little bit of nationalism nationalism would entrance and beguile him throughout the rest of his life but as much as he admired his father he was also confused by him. He talked about strength and honor but Mussalini gradually became aware that allesandro didn't exactly personify those those things. His father's main focus in life was not on his work or his family but his mistress who we often spend money on and while Mussalini has two siblings and his mother lived in a small home eating very basic meals this engendered a toxic dichotomy within within the young boy. He had a father telling him how to act like a man but had no strong male role model to actually show him what that looked like and and so he would spend his life trying to decide for himself how a man should act while nursing a selfish streak that would topple a republic because of his own father wasn't going to look out for the young Mussalini. Then who would. His mother noticed. STA growing anger inside of him in eighteen ninety two when Mussolini was nine she sent him to Catholic Boarding School in the hopes that the priests would be able to calm him. The opposite was true. The Catholics were largely anti-socialists. They took out their political beliefs on Mussolini. The son of a socialist is included withholding food from him and forcing him to sleep in the dog. Kennel his selfish streak deepened. As he felt that truly the whole world was out to get him at the same time some of the masculine ideals he had picked up from his father were being reinforced. Catholic doctrine emphasized the differences between men and women. How men were meant to be masculine leaders and Women Feminine in Mothers? This idea was driven home by the simple fact that it was an all boys. School with male. Only Teachers Mussolini's growing toxic. Fox's masculinity famously boiled over one day in the school yard when Mussolini's stabbed a classmate in the hand and so his picture of the I deal man continued to fill out the ideal man was a strong hard worker like his dad had taught him but as he had picked up from Catholic Catholic school aggression was a vital piece to the puzzle. He would never forget how the anti-socialists priests at treated him their pettiness. There need to exert control over a child was anything but masculine. He figured that his father's disdain for the church in Rome was as well placed that the Catholic Church leadership was just as weak as the priests at his school and so he decided that whatever the ideal man man was he wasn't Catholic. Mussolini managed to Survive School in fact he excelled at it. He could now express express his burgeoning ideals through scathing treatises and impassioned speeches in one thousand nine hundred at the age of seventeen. He was about to finish school. When he and the rest of Italy learned of the assassination of their King Umberto the first the king was killed by an anarchist socialist? A-LIST member of the working class. This would have inspired the young miscellany. His father's worldview was being validated. The real men. The working working men were rising up against the parasite upper-class King Umberto was only the second monarch to rule over a united Italy. He was hated by working class. Italians for his support of violent worker suppression. He had also embroiled the country. In wars of conquest in Somalia Malia and Ethiopia the latter of which ended in failure on top of that many Italians hated Umberto for his support of the triple alliance which was a military alliance with Austria. The country's former enemy the failure and ultimate murder of this monarch confirmed for Mussalini that socialism was the right philosophy but just because they were right didn't mean they had power a new monarch was crowned Victor Emmanuel. The Third Umberto Son Mussalini worried that he would be drafted into the army and forced to fight in some war driven. In by this new king he would not die for someone. He didn't even consider to be a real man. And so in nineteen to after about a year working as an elementary schoolteacher. A nineteen year old Mussalini fled to Switzerland hoping to find other Socialists. Other real men..

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"somalia malia" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:02 min | 11 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Know about a new podcast. Series called American Jihadi over eight episodes journalists Kristof puzzle tells the story of the complicated relationship he developed with American born Jihadi Omar Hamami the FBI. Put a mommy on. Its most wanted terrorist list. Because of the years he spent fighting for Al Shabaab an Islamic militant group in Somalia Amami ended up on the run hiding out from the very group. He helped put on the map then he reached out to Kristof in secret to see if Kristof could help save his life. American Jihadi follows Christopher attempts to understand how. And why a suburban kid from Daphne Alabama. We transform himself into to the face of a terrorist group. It let him down one of the strangest roads of his career as a journalist and pushed him to cross lines he never thought he would cross up next the first I episode of American Jihadi. While you're listening go subscribe to American Jihadi on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening now there's also a link in the episode notes that will take you there. In the fall of two thousand seven. A video was broadcast on the Al Jazeera News Network. A thin man in his early twenty s sits on the ground field somewhere in the east African country of Somalia he's wearing camouflage and there's a hand grenades strapped to his left front pocket help both. He's looking directly into the camera. But his face is wrapped in a green scarf so that only his eyes and a flash of white skin or showing America take into consideration arisen the example of Somalia man is the mouthpiece for new Islamic militant group in Somalia called Al Shabaab which means the youth in Arabic after fifteen years years of chaos and oppressive rule by the American backed warlords. Your brothers stood up in order to establish peace and justice in this land. The camera cuts to dozens of African fighters. AK Forty Sevens and grenade launchers. Video doesn't make clear is why they're spokesman appears there's to be a white American. The story quickly circulated online and even though the American had been careful not to reveal his identity and the small southern town of Daphne Alabama they knew exactly who he was. I came home from work one day in Verney wide as she'd what is always like mom you need and watch this the minute we heard the boys when you did it was now. It all makes sense. He's over there fight. He's not coming back and we saw allow my God. What is going on when it's going on the man? In the video was Omar Hamami. He would become become one of the. FBI's most wanted terrorists. I would spend years chasing his story. Attract his life from Alabama where he attended a southern Baptist Church and his high school class president to the frontlines of guerrilla war in Africa. And then I heard from Omar himself over time the relationship that developed between us awesome would blur the lines between journalism and friendship and wreck the tidy story. I told myself about the boundary between good and evil. I'm Christoph Puzzle. This is American. Jihadi episode sued one the Matrix I. I became aware of Omar Hamami in two thousand nine when he showed up in a propaganda video. That was put out by Al Shabaab in this video. There's no scarf hiding his face. He looks like a Skinny Che Guevara. His Brown hair is long and much of his face is covered by a young man's first beard thirty points. Omar speaks directly to the cameras. He's recruiting foreigners like himself to come join Al Shabaab encourage more of your children and more of your your neighbors. Anyone around to send people like him to this would be asset leader. He appears here's to lead Al Shabaab fighters in setting an ambush in to come camping. Omar White and his accent is so clearly American and yet there. He is sitting in Somalia with an AK47 surrounded by east African fighters hanging on his every word that the numbers they're close two thousand and among try to blow up his me vehicles as we can and kill as many of the can take care of his face cracks into a smile now as if he feels self conscious saying these things on camera picture cuts away to a shot of the Bush on the enemy approaches. I can in the. US Omar story was quickly picked up by Media Omar Hamami the US citizen born and bred in the American south south who is now a leader of a terrorist organization affiliated with Al Qaeda fighting in Somalia. Catherine what did you learn about this guy. Twenty five years old American on Jihadist circles as Abu Key or the American and I found his story fascinating. HOMER had grown up in a small town in Alabama. I'm going to a southern Baptist Church until midway through high school. His life had been almost a cliche of American normalcy. He plays Soccer Little League Baseball. Even took the prettiest. Yes girl in school to homecoming. And then somehow he'd found his way to Somalia where he joined up with Al Shabaab Group designated a terrorist organization by the State Department. He believes that the reward of Dada at actually reported from Somalia in two thousand six just a few months before Omar had arrived there at the time I was a TV correspondent for a program called Vanguard on current TV. We were sort of vice news before vice news existed. We try to report on stories that we thought the rest of the media was missing. We interviewed cartel hitmen. Russian skinheads folks like that. I wanted to do a story about Omar who by the time video started attracting attention. The situation in Somalia Malia had gotten worse than six and a half thousand people have been killed in fighting in Somalia in the last twelve months. Al Shabaab was a running gun battle with Ethiopian and African Union troops American drones fired missiles at suspected terrorists and suicide bombers were beginning to target cities who is just too chaotic and dangerous for me to go back. Security officials implicate al-shabaab in the assassination of aid workers and in a string of bomb attacks in Mogadishu still. I knew I wanted to figure out a way to tell Omar story a young American who had traded in his middle class life for life of struggle and one of the most dangerous parts of the world a guy with something to prove chasing his ideals. There was enough of me in there to make really want understand the choices he'd made all the way to reach. Omar by new family was still living in Alabama. So I got on a plane.

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"somalia malia" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:02 min | 11 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Know about a new podcast. Series called American Jihadi over eight episodes journalists Kristof puzzle tells the story of the complicated relationship he developed with American born Jihadi Omar Hamami the FBI. Put a mommy on. Its most wanted terrorist list. Because of the years he spent fighting for Al Shabaab an Islamic militant group in Somalia Amami ended up on the run hiding out from the very group. He helped put on the map then he reached out to Kristof in secret to see if Kristof could help save his life. American Jihadi follows Christopher attempts to understand how. And why a suburban kid from Daphne Alabama. We transform himself into to the face of a terrorist group. It let him down one of the strangest roads of his career as a journalist and pushed him to cross lines he never thought he would cross up next the first I episode of American Jihadi. While you're listening go subscribe to American Jihadi on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening now there's also a link in the episode notes that will take you there. In the fall of two thousand seven. A video was broadcast on the Al Jazeera News Network. A thin man in his early twenty s sits on the ground field somewhere in the east African country of Somalia he's wearing camouflage and there's a hand grenades strapped to his left front pocket help both. He's looking directly into the camera. But his face is wrapped in a green scarf so that only his eyes and a flash of white skin or showing America take into consideration arisen the example of Somalia man is the mouthpiece for new Islamic militant group in Somalia called Al Shabaab which means the youth in Arabic after fifteen years years of chaos and oppressive rule by the American backed warlords. Your brothers stood up in order to establish peace and justice in this land. The camera cuts to dozens of African fighters. AK Forty Sevens and grenade launchers. Video doesn't make clear is why they're spokesman appears there's to be a white American. The story quickly circulated online and even though the American had been careful not to reveal his identity and the small southern town of Daphne Alabama they knew exactly who he was. I came home from work one day in Verney wide as she'd what is always like mom you need and watch this the minute we heard the boys when you did it was now. It all makes sense. He's over there fight. He's not coming back and we saw allow my God. What is going on when it's going on the man? In the video was Omar Hamami. He would become become one of the. FBI's most wanted terrorists. I would spend years chasing his story. Attract his life from Alabama where he attended a southern Baptist Church and his high school class president to the frontlines of guerrilla war in Africa. And then I heard from Omar himself over time the relationship that developed between us awesome would blur the lines between journalism and friendship and wreck the tidy story. I told myself about the boundary between good and evil. I'm Christoph Puzzle. This is American. Jihadi episode sued one the Matrix I. I became aware of Omar Hamami in two thousand nine when he showed up in a propaganda video. That was put out by Al Shabaab in this video. There's no scarf hiding his face. He looks like a Skinny Che Guevara. His Brown hair is long and much of his face is covered by a young man's first beard thirty points. Omar speaks directly to the cameras. He's recruiting foreigners like himself to come join Al Shabaab encourage more of your children and more of your your neighbors. Anyone around to send people like him to this would be asset leader. He appears here's to lead Al Shabaab fighters in setting an ambush in to come camping. Omar White and his accent is so clearly American and yet there. He is sitting in Somalia with an AK47 surrounded by east African fighters hanging on his every word that the numbers they're close two thousand and among try to blow up his me vehicles as we can and kill as many of the can take care of his face cracks into a smile now as if he feels self conscious saying these things on camera picture cuts away to a shot of the Bush on the enemy approaches. I can in the. US Omar story was quickly picked up by Media Omar Hamami the US citizen born and bred in the American south south who is now a leader of a terrorist organization affiliated with Al Qaeda fighting in Somalia. Catherine what did you learn about this guy. Twenty five years old American on Jihadist circles as Abu Key or the American and I found his story fascinating. HOMER had grown up in a small town in Alabama. I'm going to a southern Baptist Church until midway through high school. His life had been almost a cliche of American normalcy. He plays Soccer Little League Baseball. Even took the prettiest. Yes girl in school to homecoming. And then somehow he'd found his way to Somalia where he joined up with Al Shabaab Group designated a terrorist organization by the State Department. He believes that the reward of Dada at actually reported from Somalia in two thousand six just a few months before Omar had arrived there at the time I was a TV correspondent for a program called Vanguard on current TV. We were sort of vice news before vice news existed. We try to report on stories that we thought the rest of the media was missing. We interviewed cartel hitmen. Russian skinheads folks like that. I wanted to do a story about Omar who by the time video started attracting attention. The situation in Somalia Malia had gotten worse than six and a half thousand people have been killed in fighting in Somalia in the last twelve months. Al Shabaab was a running gun battle with Ethiopian and African Union troops American drones fired missiles at suspected terrorists and suicide bombers were beginning to target cities who is just too chaotic and dangerous for me to go back. Security officials implicate al-shabaab in the assassination of aid workers and in a string of bomb attacks in Mogadishu still. I knew I wanted to figure out a way to tell Omar story a young American who had traded in his middle class life for life of struggle and one of the most dangerous parts of the world a guy with something to prove chasing his ideals. There was enough of me in there to make really want understand the choices he'd made all the way to reach. Omar by new family was still living in Alabama. So I got on a plane.

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"somalia malia" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:02 min | 11 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Know about a new podcast. Series called American Jihadi over eight episodes journalists Kristof puzzle tells the story of the complicated relationship he developed with American born Jihadi Omar Hamami the FBI. Put a mommy on. Its most wanted terrorist list. Because of the years he spent fighting for Al Shabaab an Islamic militant group in Somalia Amami ended up on the run hiding out from the very group. He helped put on the map then he reached out to Kristof in secret to see if Kristof could help save his life. American Jihadi follows Christopher attempts to understand how. And why a suburban kid from Daphne Alabama. We transform himself into to the face of a terrorist group. It let him down one of the strangest roads of his career as a journalist and pushed him to cross lines he never thought he would cross up next the first I episode of American Jihadi. While you're listening go subscribe to American Jihadi on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening now there's also a link in the episode notes that will take you there. In the fall of two thousand seven. A video was broadcast on the Al Jazeera News Network. A thin man in his early twenty s sits on the ground field somewhere in the east African country of Somalia he's wearing camouflage and there's a hand grenades strapped to his left front pocket help both. He's looking directly into the camera. But his face is wrapped in a green scarf so that only his eyes and a flash of white skin or showing America take into consideration arisen the example of Somalia man is the mouthpiece for new Islamic militant group in Somalia called Al Shabaab which means the youth in Arabic after fifteen years years of chaos and oppressive rule by the American backed warlords. Your brothers stood up in order to establish peace and justice in this land. The camera cuts to dozens of African fighters. AK Forty Sevens and grenade launchers. Video doesn't make clear is why they're spokesman appears there's to be a white American. The story quickly circulated online and even though the American had been careful not to reveal his identity and the small southern town of Daphne Alabama they knew exactly who he was. I came home from work one day in Verney wide as she'd what is always like mom you need and watch this the minute we heard the boys when you did it was now. It all makes sense. He's over there fight. He's not coming back and we saw allow my God. What is going on when it's going on the man? In the video was Omar Hamami. He would become become one of the. FBI's most wanted terrorists. I would spend years chasing his story. Attract his life from Alabama where he attended a southern Baptist Church and his high school class president to the frontlines of guerrilla war in Africa. And then I heard from Omar himself over time the relationship that developed between us awesome would blur the lines between journalism and friendship and wreck the tidy story. I told myself about the boundary between good and evil. I'm Christoph Puzzle. This is American. Jihadi episode sued one the Matrix I. I became aware of Omar Hamami in two thousand nine when he showed up in a propaganda video. That was put out by Al Shabaab in this video. There's no scarf hiding his face. He looks like a Skinny Che Guevara. His Brown hair is long and much of his face is covered by a young man's first beard thirty points. Omar speaks directly to the cameras. He's recruiting foreigners like himself to come join Al Shabaab encourage more of your children and more of your your neighbors. Anyone around to send people like him to this would be asset leader. He appears here's to lead Al Shabaab fighters in setting an ambush in to come camping. Omar White and his accent is so clearly American and yet there. He is sitting in Somalia with an AK47 surrounded by east African fighters hanging on his every word that the numbers they're close two thousand and among try to blow up his me vehicles as we can and kill as many of the can take care of his face cracks into a smile now as if he feels self conscious saying these things on camera picture cuts away to a shot of the Bush on the enemy approaches. I can in the. US Omar story was quickly picked up by Media Omar Hamami the US citizen born and bred in the American south south who is now a leader of a terrorist organization affiliated with Al Qaeda fighting in Somalia. Catherine what did you learn about this guy. Twenty five years old American on Jihadist circles as Abu Key or the American and I found his story fascinating. HOMER had grown up in a small town in Alabama. I'm going to a southern Baptist Church until midway through high school. His life had been almost a cliche of American normalcy. He plays Soccer Little League Baseball. Even took the prettiest. Yes girl in school to homecoming. And then somehow he'd found his way to Somalia where he joined up with Al Shabaab Group designated a terrorist organization by the State Department. He believes that the reward of Dada at actually reported from Somalia in two thousand six just a few months before Omar had arrived there at the time I was a TV correspondent for a program called Vanguard on current TV. We were sort of vice news before vice news existed. We try to report on stories that we thought the rest of the media was missing. We interviewed cartel hitmen. Russian skinheads folks like that. I wanted to do a story about Omar who by the time video started attracting attention. The situation in Somalia Malia had gotten worse than six and a half thousand people have been killed in fighting in Somalia in the last twelve months. Al Shabaab was a running gun battle with Ethiopian and African Union troops American drones fired missiles at suspected terrorists and suicide bombers were beginning to target cities who is just too chaotic and dangerous for me to go back. Security officials implicate al-shabaab in the assassination of aid workers and in a string of bomb attacks in Mogadishu still. I knew I wanted to figure out a way to tell Omar story a young American who had traded in his middle class life for life of struggle and one of the most dangerous parts of the world a guy with something to prove chasing his ideals. There was enough of me in there to make really want understand the choices he'd made all the way to reach. Omar by new family was still living in Alabama. So I got on a plane.

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"somalia malia" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

11:51 min | 11 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Game with a morning. Show a superb drama. Yeah a superb drama about the importance of dignity and doing the right thing made by a company that runs sweatshops in China. But just in case anyone in the crowd was laughing too hard surveys put them in their place to companies. You you work for. I mean unbelievable Apple Amazon Disney if isis style streaming service. You'd call your agent. Wouldn't you so if you do win an award tonight tonight. Please don't use the platform to make a political speech right. You're in no position to lecture the public about anything you know nothing about the real world most of you. It spent less time in school than Greta. Thornburgh the rest well it had to be believed by NBC. One big winner the night with South Korean filmmaker Bong Jun Ho. He directed the disturbing family drama parasite which won. Best Foreign Language. Film Chum Up Self titled John Gilbert with a translator by side said audiences miss out on amazing films homes because of those words at the bottom of the screen. Once you overcome the one inch tall barrier of subtitles you will be introduced to so many more amazing films sounds really expand. Your world read subtitles. The devastating bushfires in Australia are exacting a heavy human toll. At least twenty four people have died since September wild animals have fared much much worse. Some five five hundred million have been injured or killed in the fires. That estimate comes from Chris. Dickman professor of Ecology at the University of Sydney when we reached him today he had this this update. The four hundred eighty million estimate was made a couple of weeks ago and the fires of now burned over a large area of the country that means over hundred million mammals reptiles have been affected by the fires truly a wide It's probably over. A Billion Hidden Dickman has forty years of experience working across Australia. He told the world's Patrick win. Conditions at animals. There are now facing. This really is his unprecedented. I think there's nothing quite compared with the with the devastation. That's that's going on such a large area so quickly it. It's monstrous in terms of job and numbers of individual animals. Affected gives us a better idea not to be morbid but how these creatures are dying are we talking about about actually being burned to death smoke inhalation or starvation. What are the different scenarios here? Despite flames is the is the most obvious and some of the images of Koalas all is bring home. What that's like most vividly at the fire front five thousand talked about the shrieks and Koalas just screams of pain as they as they die? It's his horrendous brothers. Have size in tree hollows Hep stars minute ago. Too deeply underground. Smoking elation will be a real problem for the others it's probably a slow demise species that gal underground and then reemerge after the fires have gone through this really nothing except dash on the surface. So it's very difficult to find resources. Australia is known for. It's just amazing. Wildlife Diversity so are we looking at the extinction certain creatures being hastened by this is I think we are. We know that Australian biodiversity has been going down over the last several decades AK DHS. And it's probably fairly well known that Australia's got the world's highest rate of extinction for mammals. and Vince like this that may well hasten the extinction in process for a range of other species so it's it's a very sad time. What creatures are you really feeling for right now? This is something called the greater glider. It's it's the world's largest gliding mammal. It looks a little bit like camping gizmo from the one of movies some years ago. It's restricted victims the eucalypt forests. It's got a diet. That's even more restrictive than the Koala They'll be cooked in the in these. Fires the yellow bellied gliders will. It's enough stunningly beautiful marsupial. Very well known there again restricted to the U. Clip Florists and they're going to be very susceptible to these to these fires. How have of human beings helped create the conditions for this crisis? What we're seeing is? The effects of climate change sometimes said to that Australia's the collide the canary in the online with the effects of climate. Change being seen here most severely and earliest as well so a would probably looking at climate change my look for many of the parts of the world stages in Australia at the moment professor Dickman. Your demeanor demeanor. Seems very calm but do think it's time for people to freak out and if so what should they be doing in response to this. I think there's a feeling among environmental scientists wanted an ecologist in Australia. We've been frozen out of the the bite certainly out of policy making and think it's now time to bring the scientists back into the tent to look at what is likely to be happening over the next few decades and to think how this week and maintain both the M mm community in in good health and is not bottom. -versities can be retained to this evolving situation. That's Chris Dickman ecologist at the University of Sydney in Australia Australia. He was speaking with the world's Patrick win. Now back to our main story today Iran and the targeted killing of Iranian General Hossam Soleimani. President trump has vowed vowed to target Iranian cultural sites that is if Iran retaliates trump tweeted that the US would hit fifty two sites one for each hostage. Taken in nineteen seventy seventy nine in Tehran and the president said the strikes would be very fast and very hard. There was an instant backlash worldwide because bombing cultural sites could constitute sued award crime. ONA hathaway's professor of international law. Yale would striking cultural sites in fact the illegal yes. It's very clearly illegal under a number number of international laws. The Nineteen O. Seven Hague Convention prohibits hitting cultural sites as does and I think Fifty Four Hague Convention attention on Cultural Property which the US has also ratified and in. Your opinion was an important to protect cultural sites. Well it's the heritage of all mankind and these are not just the possession of the countries that they happen to be in but they're important to all of us these important cultural sites and matter in terms of our defining finding our own humanity so president trump over the weekend said Iran is quote allowed to kill our people and we're not allowed to touch their cultural sites. I mean he was essentially essentially questioning the very premise of this protection. I'm wondering though. Is there a point to be made That humans are more precious than buildings. There's no doubt that humans are more a precious than buildings but this is not a case of are making a choice between the two. What he's suggesting is that if they break the rules and we can break the rules as well but that's not how international humanitarian law works? These rules are in place to ensure the safety of civilians and of our cultural heritage heritage and the mere fact that Iran may have acted in violation of international. Law doesn't mean that we can or should go bombing a set of important important cultural sites in Iran if the US were to follow through on this threat what would be the ramifications. Could trump be tried the Hague or somewhere else. It does appear that if he were to carry this out not only he. But those who participate in the operation would almost certainly be guilty guilty of a war crime under US law In fact it would be possible to prosecute him and anyone who participates in US US court there could potentially be international or crimes prosecution as well although where that would take place a little more difficult because the US is not party to the International Criminal Court. Would that in your view realistically ever happened. I think that it's not unbelievable to imagine that there could be prosecutions of those in the. US Government Mint if they knowingly participate in intentionally participate in intentional violations of The Hague convention whether that prosecution would happen president at hard to say but there's no reason that he should be above the law. If trump ordered the strike. Could the military refuse to carry out the order Knowing that maybe they'd be guilty of war crimes that they follow through puts them in a terrible position. There are two things to be said here on the one hand if someone is prosecuted for war our crime. It's not a defense to say I was ordered to do it on the other hand to refuse an order also put someone in a position of potentially being court court-martialed and so puts individual members of the military and a really terrible position so I hope we don't get there but if we do many are are sending the message to members the US military in those who would play a role in carrying out this attack that if they do so they are potentially subject to war crimes prosecution and that Dave should refuse the order even though that might bring with it some consequences ONA hathaway professor of international law at Yale University. Thanks very much thank thank you so much. It's a tense time for undocumented immigrants in the US even more tense for parents. There's often no way for them to appoint a guardian for their children. If they're detained other states children have been taken inch custody of the stage and then they will be placed in foster care and foster homes so Rhode Island came up with a solution that still head. You're on the world I'm Marco Werman this is the world where a CO production of the BBC World Service W. Gbh Boston NPR rx. The events in Iraq and Iran have overshadowed another major military incident this weekend. Extremists attacked a US military installation on the Kenya. Somalia Malia border and killed three Americans. The world's Lima Conde is following the incident so extremist forces attacking US military base. It sounds a lot like what happened in Iraq last week but this is Kenya. What's going on so Iran does not have anything to do with this attack? The attack was by L. Shebab which is an extremist group in Somalia only a- and the group itself as well as the US military has acknowledged that al-shabaab was behind this attack. al-shabaab has a long history of attacking targets in the area area where the Kenya Defence Force based is located Even last January. They attacked an hotel and I ruby killing more than twenty people so they have a long history of waging attacks in Kenya and Somalia. I spoke with Matt bearden. Who is with the think tank Sahan that focuses on the Horn of Africa? He says Iran is not behind in dead. I think it's highly unlikely. There was any link between the killing of Caribbean Major General and the Shibata attack in Kenya primarily early because an attack of the kind that al-shabaab carried out on Mandalay Bay would have required significant planning preparation. Even just moving the forces into position would have predated the American air strike. So I really don't think these two issues can be linked late today the US Department of Defense released a statement agreeing that Iran is probably not involved in this attack however they did caution that Iran has been trying to increase its influence in the Horn of Africa region..

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

07:29 min | 11 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Now I mean that's not ancient history. It might be to some of the twenty year olds who listen to the show or something like that. But if you're H I mean Bill Clinton was like that's if Bill Clinton didn't something happened at that time in America it's not like we're just over it by the way to your point of nine eleven. This is one president removed. There's just a few years before nine. Eleven you say nineteen years ago. I twenty only six years ago. It's not that far of a distance. So do you think in nineteen seventy nine. When they had that revolution they kind of remembered what happened in fifty three? I'm still fucking pin. It was twenty seven years. agom still fucking pissed about Waco. Oh Yeah Yeah and Twenty eight years ago was Ruby Ridge. I mean these are things that I bring up all the time and should be brought up all the time. This is not ancient history. If someone's Oh well you know really. You shouldn't bring that up and everything it's like well don't complain when the Iranians are talking talking about what what they did. What most of that and of course if you and the other thing is that you don't even have to go back that law? It's not like nothing since then. It happened it probably wouldn't be such a tense situation if nothing nothing had happened since one thousand nine hundred eighty three but look at what these sanctions have been doing to Iran just over the last decade over the last twenty years. I mean imagine you know like a imagine someone on poorer than the far far more than the poorest person you know. And they're being held there by a foreign power. Yeah of course this is going to build up some resentment so the situation situation To me is pretty clear. America's the aggressor This is C. A.. Ran For whatever reason whether it's you know just lining the pockets of the military industrial Israel complex whether it's about the petrodollar whether it's about Israel Saudi Arabia I to be honest. Think it's a mix of all of those things but they see the Iran is a threat to the American empire and this has been true for for a long time and the you know because Israel tell them a threat back to the empire is that Israel is the one who if you remember Iran Contra in the eighty S it was sell selling weapons is and like you know in that whole thing of Iran and weapons. They were giving funneled through Israel right so it's not like Iran you know in my lifetime. Iran in Israel Israel work together and then Gareth Porter says it was in the early nineties when people really started speaking out against the treatment of people in the Gaza the Palestinians. That's when they went. We need we need an enemy. We need something to distract from this. Yeah and they chosen right and it's it has been somewhat effective now. I'd be there. They're five years away from a nuclear weapon. Well that's right five years twenty years ago so they've thirty several. I saw a headline from Nineteen eighty-four. Wow so that's yeah no. It started early. 'cause I said one time when I had Scott on the show. Yeah where I was like. You know Israel's been saying since the nineties there are few years away and he goes eighties. I was like Oh actually. I didn't know that. But that's that maybe that's my age. I don't remember the ship in the eighties. But so for and just like with and this is one of the easy ways to smell bullshit with with so many of these. These war hawk. War Hawks propaganda is like so like Syria. For example where it's like okay. Well we need to go in. You know you fine fine. I mean. We find out from people like Wesley. Clark that this was a plan right after nine. Eleven to topple the government in Syria. But then all the sudden you know in two thousand twelve or whatever it's well acids killing his own people so we need to go into Syria and then that doesn't work so it's like well. There's Isis so we need to go into Syria and that doesn't work so it's like well. He's chemical weapons so we need to go into Syria and then it's like well. The Kurds are going to be slaughtered so we need to go into Syria and that well Russia's there so we need and it's always a new excuse but for the same more that they wanted all along long and with the ran the original excuse was went like this. This one held for a very long time. Okay what they said was and this was the argument meant that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. And this isn't like other countries that have nuclear weapons because because you see like Pakistan yes that's right. It does nothing. No that Pakistan has nuclear weapons and and and by the way I remember when that first came out when India and Pakistan had nuclear the weapons. Everyone was like well. This is a religious war. So they're gonNA use them. Of course none of this came to fruition but maybe nuclear weapons don't exist. Oh well that is. I've I've been presented with that argument but I heard but the argument from the neo cons was a that if Iran gets nuclear weapons. This country is such the theocracy. They're so bad shit crazy that they don't work like you and me and the rest of people who have self interest and are interested in self-preservation if they get this nuclear weapon they will use it and they've said over and over again that the wipe Israel off the face of the planet so they get they get nuclear weapons. Israel's nuked the whole fucking world is going down in a nuclear war and we can't possibly let them have nuclear weapons. This was always the original talking point and some of them will still throw it out every now now and then although that has retreated into the background. Because it's just you know they would always give these timelines. It was three years away. It was five years away. It's twelve months away. Oh Oh my God. It's only a couple of weeks and then you know it never comes true. It never comes true. I think it was in twenty. Twelve that Netanyahu humiliated himself with the DAFFY RAFFIA DOWN The road runner Daffy Duck speak to the other side and then he'd have to turn it back around and and they were all the way up to the top so they must at this point be like really related to end. Of course they went. When Obama signed the were signed onto the Iran deal? They went well now the really on the fast track back to the nuclear bomb years later. No Nuke it's always been bullshit. Pure war propaganda. I refuse to even confront people people on social media like today I was saying I have sat someone I'm like. Do you know the difference between Sunni and Shia. And it's like if they don't know the difference they Nikko. It's all one thing and every day I had some guy who was like. Oh I was stationed over there and it's all the same and I that's a judgment upon you so you don't. You don't know that there's a difference. I mean ask. Somebody asked anyone walking down the street. Who's responsible for nine eleven? They're not going to say they're not going to say Suny. No no that no. That's right. This is Fox News and the like intentionally playoff playoff that I mean they intentionally where they go. Iran is the biggest funder of terrorism. Wink wink. You know they don't think you're talking about Hezbollah they don't don't think you're talking about. They think you're talking about Al Qaeda. They you know and like and it really is. It's it's it's just pure evil borderline criminal the way they they intentionally al-Qaeda boogeyman for everything right. Al Qaeda's in Yemen. You gotTa bump. Oh Al Shabaab is with al Qaeda in Somalia Malia well now and that's so any basically any suny with a rifle is al Qaeda any Shiite with a rifle is around because our that's more more or less the way it works in the Neo con worldview all right let's take a quick second and thank our sponsor for today's show our brand new sponsor. I WanNa tell you about these guys..

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"somalia malia" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

08:58 min | 11 months ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Usually it's cock rock Monday. It's cock rock Friday why it's been a long time since the fat tip Friday on a Friday fat hit Friday. Yeah why dig. This is why this is why I always tell people i. I had dinner with very sophisticated people last night and they were like your podcast. Go for you not for you. Not View amazing artists otherwise this asset management guy family friends mazing about my mom calls me up. She goes Can you send me a picture of the Baby Boston Chubby. I post it. She Bring Up Gentlemen Scrim. My mom just responded thick side call. Jeez moms so cute dog kiss him right now. uh-huh ridiculous Gillian thick just thick. But how about my mom mom. She was oh nothing. She's a cock rock Thursday eh. Really odd bless you. You just can't I bless you can't do that. Can you please not do that. Oh my God it's ridiculous. It gives them over the holidays. Do when we saw each other. We talk a lot on the Ohio but it's been a while. Holidays were interesting. Holidays are always fun. Spend a lot of time with my kids. It's all good. Would I was in Utah with my parents late all good yup. Yup didn't do any skiing. Don't ski but the kids do not for me. Skiing are boy. Todd I broke his femur skiing. He broke his Tibia. Not they'll front Well that's not good at all. He's in some shit. Yeah a guy was killed on the slopes the twenty year old terrible come down hit. A tree happens every Bob Sunny every fucking somebody does your skin but overall slow crowded but but what else nothing nothing. I was so sick you were sick. I didn't have the flu live the cold. I'd like pneumonia hit me. That's not like you to talk about a lot of pain. You'll never tell anybody because what's to be done when when's last time I had told her can do. A show was the last time I didn't do a show never and I was like I'm telling you I can't come in. I can't that's right. You could he couldn't do the. That's why we're like we're gonNA take a short break anyways but we never take this long break right. I physically couldn't do the podcast. How might like I couldn't my chest at so much inflammation in my throat was has gone it was it was insane When I was in Boston had a great show Wilbur that I'm with my boy mullick feature amasi MRI fucking hilarious There's this last weekend this is this is This Friday this past New Year's eve new years confusing so so my my boy Brian Cooley. WHO has a traditional school in In Nashville he's six six and he was arranger before for this. He's a big guy who's a competitive e competes but he's just a giant Viking man. I'm with I'm with. I'm with Brian Cooley. He flew up the yeah. He thought there with his wife. acknowle Oscar good friends real whiskey guy. Okay we all fucking whiskey. I next time you judge of that so I got Brian there. I got molly who came out of WHO. There's been boxing. Since he was seven came out floyd mayweather. It's camp does allow you know. And then I got lex Friedman who does Rogan. He's the guy that does the deals with robotics and the Tesla's Elon Elon Musk. He's the MIT judo. Nj to Okay and then my boy Rob Bradley. WHO's a black belt in Jujitsu as well? So I'm I'm Roland Colin Kinda deep with some big fellows. Rob's beg six meet. Let me just like the nerdy version of a minority on the nerdy version correct. Yeah now my oh boy. Most cut his beautiful Ethiopian girl. Okay yeah chocolate drew my other boy. Justin Scott his era trian girl. Eritrea's the country that's above Ethiopia. They're beautiful women in that part of she's not there both black. Thank you thank you. Because as his molecule just so so now now we're dancing immune molecules. We're having a dance off right at the bar at this club near the. W what being silly wish you weren't dancing. Look I'm the old guy having a dance of a mall joking around but we're having a fucking silly tom just to the show. I'm just having a good time and idiot. Now this is going to you. Fighting gets better as outfight. You should now. I'm noticing that this guy these these men who Iraq you know how I can pick out nationalities right away. uh-huh yeah I've ever seen but there are. There are four African gentleman and I happen to clock go. Those guys are clearly from Ethiopia and the student you Dan yeah well. They're now. Remember my boys with an Ethiopian Gal. Who one of them's drunk? And he starts walking up to the girls that were with and they're getting kind of the one guy getting Kinda grabby. Now hold on yes. I'm paint this now. You don't me now. I know you behold on these Ethiopian mental. I think give your opinions. Yeah because I come from up Ethiopian small and skinny. That's right Brennan okay. That's right Brennan. It's five seven seven to a man. Now they're beautiful people remember of course Gorgeous Mall. They're typically not giant. They're not shying no they tend to be slight there there. You go there small knocking out. Let's I'm treading lightly here. They also the same or maybe even get confused with Somalia Malia pirates where I'm the captain now okay so that would be Somalia which is next to Ethiopia very modern culture okay. Muslims Coptic Christian. I'm saying do they look similar Yes no east African. It's very very diverse. Racial Russian in like not so much. He's got really different different looking for the side try. I'm just glad but but if you look at that smaller a very Ethiopia's Mary fine features and small there you go. That's a classic example. Usually very could looking people known for their look. Okay now these guys. Because they've been Americanized well little heavy and not so good looking and kind of Shitty shitty and general now. Here's while now. I'm rolling with skinny fat build Ethiopian. Yeah and I'm wrong. I'm wrong with some American black guys who aren't hearing peop- no and athletic asses. Yeah we're talking about the other side of Africa by the way Probably ancestrally West African which is different thing and now I got giant Viking White Guy I got I got Russian guy. He's got big Irish guy. My Buddy these are American okay you understand although XS Russian so so now oh you know pry bryce insecure and get super hot headed creation the smallest laws and the less skilled correct right. I'm glad you said it. Who'd WHO's the first guy to fight? Bellevue right. The Chihuahua Most Wawa most insecure so old scalawags to our ricky. By the way my name is Rick so so thank you very much so I man right everywhere I go thanks. I'm getting screened at whole foods. For God's sake in fucking Utah get to park. I'm like walking says I'm like Oh Jesus Christ Senate has and I'm walking. I hear about the counter. That's my name so so reads the show our starts to bark so I I like words. I like nobody knows how to use word. So this guy is now all of a sudden Stops and this guy looks right at my mom and goes. Hey that's our system and that's our sister. You shouldn't be with our sister. Oh and I go. What and he goes man? Shut up you know what the fuck is going on. I go I go I go fuck you talk now now. And now they're they're posturing now molly molly literally you could be. It was a monster. He doesn't give a fuck he's like he's literally. He's already diffused three five he could give a fuck. He's so such a goofball he's not even noticing the areas Mary's Hilarious I look at them lifting weights. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA fuck him for that. He so by the way one of us a silly gut's all lives only to be a silly girl. Okay so now he's not even he's not giving them anything and I'm like what the fuck. That's what the fuck you doing Eric but he. He doesn't shit these Brian Brian. This is how Brian Kel it diffuses down. We went on the captain. Now I didn't say share Ryan I would have said coolly goes like this he goes. Hey Bro you know jaws and what jaws the movie you know. Jaw accents accidents. But they spoke very guy goes. Yeah and he goes. You're the girl enjoy swimming in the water they.

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"From Nissan to Boeing we revisit some of the biggest corporate scandals of one thousand nine hundred nineteen live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC. The World Service. I'm Lisa Santarelli. Good morning the third. Most senior executive at Japanese automakers on quitting just weeks after taking the job the move comes days off to Boeing. CEO Suddenly resigned capping off another year of headline hits in corporate scandals. So companies need to adapt to survive twenty twenty handed. Is He also of broken. Business runs crisis consultancy or two strategies back then and today Carlos going is a larger than life figure. And you still don't have all the facts. There's still an ongoing trial. What we know is there's just been a lot of bad governance and not just in Nissan but also in the joint venture and the question is they've lost so much time and so much momentum now the? US market has started to turn on them so the question is will they have enough breathing space to come back from from this another company. That's had a turbulent letting years Boeing and earlier this week we saw its CEO. Dennis Muilenburg ousted can Boeing regain the public's trust Boyne is only at the beginning of of this long recovery process. What you're seeing now? Is You know the broad question. Can we trust this leadership. Can we trust this board. Can we trust this brand to get it right. You know so much which of US depend on traveling every week and when people at least in emails are saying maybe my family won't feel safe on Boeing again. I mean those are becomes very human very real for all of us. So I think Boeing teachers. We have something really fragile out there. Human Life Human Safety Trust and And really will require new leadership new structures structures and really going above and beyond but certainly for them the big fairly was initial crisis communication. And now it's just a matter of rebuilding that. How long do you think that will take years so in all the time that you've been doing this how broken does business remain challenging questions? I mean the the Every business is somewhat broken at any point in time. Because we're very human we make mistakes I think what defines a business is the ability to identify those mistakes and deal with them and how much of the problem is down to the decades-long attitude of corporate profitability. Above all else. Well look look at your pension fund. My Pension Fund is not looking at how how great companies are in terms of how much they help society how much they help. And the local corner They really are looking at money funds. That's what we know how to measure and unfortunately we haven't been able to measure and price carbon for example and bring that into the balance sheet in the PNL's canals of companies. But we were dealing with a world in transition right now where a lot of these things are are being questioned revisited. And it'll be an exciting new year. WHOA new decade ahead? I guess as of January one Jose Hernandez. Thank you say much joining us on marketplace. Thank you. Let's do the numbers. She has in Tokyo Shanghai and Seoul all advanced with the exception of Nissan which lost as much as three percent on news of that executive resignation Miss European markets remained closed for boxing. Xing Day but gold rose bowl a false data above fifteen hundred dollars an ounce overall. It's been a banner year for precious metals including silver platinum and palladium. Let's head now to the Horn of Africa. which is suffering from the worst locust invasion in seventy years? The insects have already destroyed. Seventy thousand hectares farmland in Somalia Malia and neighboring Ethiopia threatening base of the Agricultural economies the BBC's Thomasson Ford reports swaths of desert locusts originated in Yemen in have been invading farmland across the Horn of Africa since the beginning of July the search caused by rains. Intensified breeding is threatening food supplies in both Somalia and Ethiopia with Fiz they will move onto Sudan. Eritrea and Kenya. The insects can travel up to one hundred fifty kilometers the day with the wind eating their own body weight in vegetation daily although Somalia averted widespread from two years ago droughts led to large-scale scale. Food insecurity affecting more than six million people farmers already struggling say they're watching their entire crops disappear the UN's Food and Agriculture Association says. The situation is extremely serious. I'm the BBC's Thomson Ford for Marketplace Fifteen eighteen years ago today. A devastating tsunami struck Asian countries from India to Indonesia the BBC's Pernilla Krishna. In India report on the impact. It has on one fishing family family. The sound of waves crashing on the shore of Jenny the south coastal city of India disturbs yen. Fishermen Senate Raj fifteen years ago. He was one of the fishermen who lost his large boat which he invested his life savings in a nine point one magnitude earthquake regardless Nami that took more than two hundred twenty thousand lives many of them fishermen lakes Aren Raj. They stimulated cost of the damage to the South Ocean. Countries including India Indonesia and Thailand was just under ten billion years donors though the loss of certain drugs. Thousand three hundred. A dollar ship might look small. It permanently squashed his dream of living a decent life without any dead governor Eliana Bono number. We got a small fiberglass boats. I'm forty feet long. We can't use this for deep sea fishing. Only if we go too deep sea fishing can get a good catch with this small boat. We get money only for daily expenses. It wasn't just physical. Losses suffered by his family after the Sunni. His father suffered severe mental stress and was unable to meet. That's the dream to build a house and a car is still on hold a party not order now for the new political. My was some fifty to sixty feet long. It was painted ended in red and green colors on sue NAMI. When we saw the boat we were distressed? It pushed my father to attempt suicide. India's government allocated final eleven point eight million dollars as live for the revival of fishing and agricultural sectors still many small businesses and individuals never record the financial losses. Silence of doing so. Nami made him decide. He would be the last person in his family to go to the Internet. I am BBC's look for marketplace and finally as many of you clear out the Christmas wrapping leftovers. Japan says it has recycled eighteen thousand tons of electronic equipment but the twenty twenty Olympics. The process taken two years and created five thousand medals. Tweet me or recycling plans for the new yet. BBC Lucia using the HASHTAG BBC marketplace. A place in London. I'm Lisa Santarelli with the marketplace morning report from the B._B._C. World Service..

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"L.. You've special badge. It's free already so all we can give you as a special badge but we sponsored it because we believe in this people asking us for this for years liberty dot menu and you so going on with Tom Woods here. Apparently a textbook actually suggests that. If you're a libertarian are an anarchist that you should move to Somalia Malia the offending book if you're curious is the good society and introduction to comparative politics this is textbook. It's by Alan Draper and insult Ramsey. So this is something given to Further brainwashed kids in Public Davidson. Sure and I mean you know these. These people are full all of nonsense when it comes to arguing Libertar- against libertarianism. Because there's really nothing but nonsense out there. One of them is the the argument from from ignorance. Well if Libertarians is such a good idea. Why haven't any? Why hasn't anyone tried it? Why haven't we tried this? Well the answer is it's been tried. As a matter of fact. Private communities exist all over the world especially conomic zones are private cut our our private cutouts basically Resorts are where people go to live under different rules and You know live together communally a US cruise ships are their own floating cities with their own rules. No one's talking about people running around with the hunting knives in their teeth. eviscerating eviscerating each other over. You know the most petty of of disagreements. Yeah that only happens where people can own guns like in England right that happens where there is government government so here we go here. We have an academic textbook literally urging Libertarians to move to Somalia if they hate states so so much in other words it's written at the level of you like carrots. Well why don't you marry one from third grade without a state. We read Somalia Somalia under statelessness descended into a Hobson state of nature where life is nasty brutish and short speaking of Samaya hasn't liked the US military the NCAA. Ben Like de stabilizing the crap out of Somalia forever cades yeah and and other western states to the UN the after to the whole paragraphs on the situation Somalia. We get study questions if you look really really closely. You may detect a very slight bias in these these questions which is preferable bad government or no government. I would say no government. Why hasn't I don't know? Ask The people. In Stalin's Allen's Gulag preferable really bad cancer or no cancer. Why hasn't Somalia without a State become the paradise that Libertarians anticipate anticipate? I don't know that they've addressed that but you know it's you can't be sending seal team six in there do special operations you know every every couple of years and you know shooting people and then support one war Lord in there and support another warlord. I mean the the I. I wonder what the Economic Hitman knows about Somalia here now I mean he probably has some input now for one thing was there ever a libertarian. Who predicted a stateless Somalia or stateless anywhere else That it would be a paradise. So Libertarians don't propose that Libertarians Libertarians. Only say that the state is inefficient. But more importantly if we're going to get a picture of what's worth That's worth anything of the life. In Somalia. Without estate the correct comparison to make is not between Somalia and the United States. The comparison most writers like this are implicitly making but between Prince Amalia and comparable African countries and on that front Somalia during its stateless period. COMES OUT PRETTY DARN well. In most metrics of living standards it held steady or improved so Somalia stateless. Didn't actually Ashley Descend into some Hobson State. Where life was brutish at short or any of these other things that was predicted? Let's see other nasty nasty brutish short in fact it held pretty comparable to itself during the stateless timeframe which is to say. The government wasn't really doing anything to make life better. Is there a listener listening. That would turn turn into an absolute murdering raging psychopath if the government disappeared tomorrow right. I mean please call in first off. If you decided added to go on a murdering rampages is what some people predict somebody goes on a murderous rampage. I don't know about you. But America's got six hundred million guns. Do you really want to go I WANNA murdering rampage. And everybody's there's two guns for every American I might know one or two bad actors may one of the bad actors Akers. I'm thinking of I don't personally know him. He's just an a-hole that was a troll but like the people I pretty much I've surrounded myself with I know are they're all real decent good people there. Most of them are people at trust with guns and they're just the number of good people so much outweighs the number of bad people. I I really really believe that. So it says the most metrics of living standards Somalia Health Steadier improved in the Journal of Economic Behavior and organization. Two Thousand and eight professor. Benjamin Powell and his colleagues wrote this papers main contribution to the literature has been to compare Somalia's living standards to those of forty one other sub Saharan African countries both before and after the collapse of the national government. That sounds like the way to do it compares Amalia before the collapse of the national government and after the collapse of the national government and compared to its contemporaries. You're right there in Africa. We find the Somalis. Living standards have generally improved and that they compare relatively. This is a quote from the paper from the Journal of Economic Behavior and organization. Sation two thousand and eight. We find solace living standards have generally improved and that they compare relatively favorably to many existing African states importantly accordingly we find that Somali living standards have often proved not just in absolute terms but also in relative to other African countries since the the collapse of the Somali central government. Alright so Somalia not only is holding fine against its own comparison against itself self itself but it's also beating out some African states in some metrics so when somebody says move to Somalia you mean to a place nice. That's gotten better without its central government and I mean do we mark you and I really even know anything about Somalia the same way I mean. Do we know anything about about North Korea. Doing down right is just a Hollywood depiction by that The movie where the The Somali molly guy takes over the boat. Yeah I'm the captain now or something like that to me. And you know. Merchant Marine merchant vessels fishing vessels. You're not supposed to have firearms firearms. you know. That's how you solve that problem of all. These merchant vessels were just heavily armed. NATO pirates come in there and doing nothing especially you. You know some little skiff and I think I made an incorrect statement earlier. This article was done by Tom. Would right yes okay. I just wrote down Ben Swann. On here it is Ben Swann. Who is on our T.? Not Tom Woods. I got a which are both of those guys are great guys. Sure and I just got him a little confused so so hopefully. Nobody's offended I. I'm sure they both appreciate it. Honestly economist. Peter Leeson in enter bound Cambridge University. Press report similar findings yes Somalia ranked low in some categories during the stateless period but that's where it ranked before the state little statelessness too. Oh and if anything it actually made progress. In those categories life expectancy was up for instance an for infant mortality was down and what's to infrastructure. External Malia aren't they like you know ten decades behind the United States. I mean how many houses have running water and electricity at work every day. I have no oh idea but I think that the comparisons that are made here much fairer than anything I've ever heard you know to me. It was always just like well. Somalia's it's not stateless. It has warlords which is effectively all that any government is honestly years ago the Somalis rejected. GMO corn from the United States. Dates anyone to feed it to their cows. Some cows sick. Yeah so Pretty obviously the The end of these authors had no interest in reporting fact They didn't look at any of these papers. They just you know they just be their talking points. What do you think eight five five four five zero three seven.

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I hi my response to that is as anyone who talks like that they can just be ignored dismissed out of hand because based upon nothing else at all then if you think i think that two days ago everything was fine what the twenty nineteen gubernatorial race in kentucky was the end of the republic you can just be ignored out of hand you're you're just ridiculous you can't you're not can't be taken seriously you're intellectually dishonest and i just dismiss people who are intellectually actually dishonest i just mentioned on my show this past week this this guy named jimmy door that i appreciate his progressive but i like him because everything i'm seeing in many ways as he's been intellectually honest so i can disagree with us positions but i appreciate consistency you know so i just when when you can't i can't even say well you know we're just we're upset that we lost but maybe we should put up a better candidate maybe we should look at our own faults if you can't do that then and then i don't even i don't even want to don't ask me don't ask me with that bullshit i am here in it of course i in here in the whole thing anyways so yeah well i guess at the end of the day a lot of the libertarians are out there joking that how is it that libertarians can be both irrelevant and to blame at the same time and what i'm saying thing is is that no they're not to blame but they are real let's never never forget hashtag never forget no yeah no the libertarian candidate totally charlie relevant the libertarian party's totally irrelevant then being involved in the elections totally irrelevant i mean the thing is is that i feel like you're not giving enough credit i think that even without hickson the race as he could have figured out a way to lose all by himself right if he was really if he was that great white any wind at the they don't wanna take any any fault well the answer that i've gotten from from people in the know and kentucky's that he's an asshole hurt that i heard that from our friends he's on friends i've heard for several people i'm not talking about i don't know the kentucky politicos are all saying that bevin didn't win because he's he's a known as whole who who treated a variety of interest groups weather they would have voted for him or not who cares that they he went out of his way to be particularly particularly disdainful to a number of interest groups and so that motivated those people to get rid of him right and a state where remember you're already outnumbered number by registered democrats but two hundred thousand right and a republican incumbent has never won reelection so to then at with a less than stellar candidate candidate in a position where no republican has ever won the didn't complain that it's the libertarians fall is just it could just be dismissed out of hand ridiculous yep it is ridiculous just just like their politics i always tell people you know they'll they'll tell me like if you don't vote you can't complain i'm like that's i can complained because i don't vote i didn't put these assholes in power i'm not empowering them to do this and and violate people's rights like that's not me that's all you and and yet they do the same thing they blame us the non-voter when it's really them that are causing all the problems 'cause they keep playing the game i don't oh you my vote and i don't owe oh you might participation well that's and that's a particularly weak read for someone who voted for the candidate that lost as well so they're saying that you can't complain because you can't vote you say back to them will you did vote and it didn't do you any good right right because you can say allen they have there but it didn't so i mean i mean we would say you know vote voting's irrelevant it doesn't matter it literally makes no difference in their case that is quite literally true because their candidate didn't win so when when it's when it's when it's that all or nothing type game and you have a two party duopoly and you're you're on the losing aside guess what this is this is you have reaped what you've sown this system is working the system is working exactly yes i wanted wanted to just make make it clear like we're not even really talking about our friends in within the party that are are of persuasion that hold their nose and vote for anyone into defensive sort of way like even though i don't particularly agree with that position i'm not talking about people who are just trying to sort it out and go okay who's going to screw me less we're we're talking about people who are so committed to their party in their position that they wanna blame others when they don't succeed and yeah you're just pitiful it's pitiful it's pitiful it's week it's week i can't stand it it's so weak is is pitiful stupid open you don't know big dumb idiot that's that's about as that's about as bad as it's ever been on on postcards from somalia right there big you big dumb idiot next thing you're gonna say bevin was stupid doodoo head pinks thanks stupid due to head exactly the brain so fat yeah yeah i mean that's that's the real the real thing we're discussing today is not the kentucky election what we're really discussing that bevan's a piece of at and why is anyone really that taken go back by his lack of because he was their guy but no he wasn't who's there if you're about the people of kentucky if he wasn't opposed liberty folks who are upset about it and blaming i been surprised at some of the people that i've seen blaming libertarians honestly i have i have seen some infighting between the folks who say because it's too it's first of all they're they're both they're they're both status dictators but it's the it's the liberty folks who thank you can vote to change things and therefore you should be republican versus liberty folks who think you can vote to change things and therefore you should be libertarian party supporter and those two people are angry with each other because because because no one but again no no one one out of that in that vacuum everyone's a loser so it's really just a group of losers yelling at another group of losers over why why they lost and here we are in u u update us vertically for people who are not watching the show over at facebook dot com slash postcards from somalia malia early listening they're not getting sherry doing the doing the way i'm miming even though you were smiling really big the whole time i was was it i didn't buy it for a second i only going to do mime now are you know improvisational dan i'm going to interpret what your last uh-huh yeah interpretation i'm going to interpret for them for the audio what share is saying don't forget to yell about cups yeah show me your mind if you're trying to say police officer fair enough maybe that's the people who yell at police yeah that's probably the people who love the those yeah those are cop suckers that's the cops kelly columbine you yeah i would also accepted you slapping yourself since the cops beat their wives yeah yeah out there you're going yeah we'd love to slap her you know i made a bunch i triggered a few folks last night because i said that you know there's a study that says that forty percent of cops beat their wives and only a third of rape cases or solve so on as a as a group cops are more likely to beat their wives than they are to solve cases where's belie i wanna know is it i'm just i'm just gonna stop you right there because this was not a cop episode yeah i know but we can move on i feel like we've done enough i mean it is time to move one is it other things so much good stuff in the little the little time so anyway here that i didn't but i'll believe you i'll take your word where you have ruined this program you're supposed to say oh no here comes to steal my bits they're always always after me so why don't you steal my bits that comes from that's your bit you own your intellectual property i forgot i'm gonna have steph and consent like yell at you when he's on your show yeah but you know what we were actually making fun of him on sports ball so yikes by the way we we know he just sent out a tweet saying he was talking about all the different sports that were on that weekend and he said winter we're going to get a frigging break i was like that's the guy that we would have railed in dodgeball back in school man just let them up just just the just yeah so we got a little sidetracked here that that thing right like that's what we do what would you you say really quick question before we wrap up what would you say if you had to say like you're known for one thing what's the thing you're known for are we talking about as far as political position as as as a public as as a public personality jerry volunteer volunteer known for and and a lot of comments on my lips they must hate you hate your show did you know that i- police i'm known for november police yeah you're waiting on police okay i'm pretty sure that what i'm known for is calling people dictators and saying asia dot com that's true that's true that's what i'm known for it listen for the punch that's it i just want to hear you say that i haven't done it lately i wanna get a close up of your mouth and they want you to say euthanasia dot com will you remember i had a little ahead a little postcard that said you dot com slash sherry there for a little bit i know that like in the background stuck at home somewhere anyway guys thank you so much for listening into another episode of postcards from somalia where product a little low productions it's almost as if i literally just said the sentence that like thirty minutes ago two different audience on a different program along with such other fine programming as sports ball with mike and alan there's a god arche with mike mary there's the sheree voluntary show it's mike and friends or a garden friends and then there's the gold standard with alan mostly what's what's coming up next on the sheriff voluntary show knows jesus came on i think i think rain light heart is gonna be on my show and i'm looking forward to that i've been i've been meaning to tell you if if if the sherry voluntary show is is is still in flux which you should do is just get guest hosts for like a month in that way you can just cram out another four or five episode is and not even do anything i should do that do outsource it i wonder if i wonder if i can get some on fiver i'm looking for someone to host my podcast for a month the month five dollars please that's my my kind of price range so so jim boulevards coming back to the gold standard but before book before part is to be but before jimbo or we're going to try and have dennis marburger to talk about belt his family fleeing the armenian genocide that's gonna be awesome not only okay y'all dennis is a fricken like freedom freedom what would you hurricane i love that guy he's awesome but i didn't i didn't know until recently about that so that's that'll be incredible i love to hear that story story i mean not because i want to hear about the suffering but i'd like to hear his story and then in but but before that we finally they have dr bryan caplan the author of open borders the science and ethics of immigration as well as the case against education and possibly more important than all of that eh he's actually a pretty serious critic of a song of ice and fire it you know that's what you're really excited about i hear thug sided about that you could check out these episodes as premier live on mondays at eight central nine eastern time at our facebook facebook page which is facebook dot com slash.

"somalia malia" Discussed on Solvable

Solvable

14:00 min | 1 year ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Solvable

"My name is victorian. I am the executive director for african youth initiative network ham from uganda and my solvable is work had an end civil wars in africa awfully in my lifetime so our guest. This week is quite a remarkable person. Victory was the first ugandan and the youngest ever african to be nominated for the nobel peace prize that was four his human rights work. He's basically a peace builder. Working in parts of the world where peace is most needed there are fifty four countries in africa and despite a long history of colonialism and the newer and potentially even more deadly reality of of climate chaos banney african nations are managing to flourish today though our solvable is fifteen african countries that are currently involved loved wars. Victor knows firsthand what it's like to come up in a war zone having spent the first twenty years of his life as a refugee he he was one of the three million people displaced by the civil war that has raged through uganda since one thousand nine hundred eighty s that conflict has now spread to the neighboring countries. The trees outside sudan the central african republic and congo victory was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty one during the ugandan civil war period. When many different rebel groups were facing and then in one thousand nine hundred seven he was only six series old on a particular rebel groups sprang up in northern uganda where he he lived with his family a group that became notorious worldwide they call themselves the lord's resistance army the l. r. a. and the l. or a grew increasingly violent against civilians abducting and killing tens of thousands of innocent people in northern uganda and utilizing many any others their brutality against children was particularly severe they would abduct children and force them to kill making them into child soldiers stories that was one of their hallmarks in two thousand and three victor's own brother o'meara was abducted by rebels. The family suspect o'meara was forced become a soldier and sadly. They never saw him again. Victor's life has been dedicated to his community and other victims of terror and conflict ktar namely by founding the african youth initiative network. Even as a thirteen year old he instinctively chose to fight for peace when manny around around him despaired and took up weapons today his organization works to treat both physical and emotional wounds and advocates a leadership that always chooses peace. You'll hear how in this conversation with jacob weisberg. It's a little longer than usual episode of solvable because victor story three is one that we just don't get here last if at all especially told first hand and with such grace victor what is a the problem of civil war in violent conflict in africa right now the problem of civil war lance enough right now is manifested in in mass movement refugee crises all over the continent how you've seen <unk> media the young people dying dying trying to escape from africa to the mediterranean sea seen <unk> outbreak of preventable diseases which escalate escalate and becomes more disasters because you monetize caught up in the struggled for survival. They can't afford to care for their on scene and increased death. You know to civil war. We ever seen a lot of xenophobic attack. In south africa. You know this the continent the search alleged so much mike dumps of conflict related movement that <unk> to martin sean tribal differences ethnic conflict and so much wrangled over properties and in so many ways not sure it is continues to be difficult to manage because humanity cottam fighting. What are the major awards in africa right now and how many people are affected how many people died in those wars and how many people die in our made refugees as a result of us wars to even look at it a bit <hes> backend history now steady as always saw that after every twenty s must atrocities pins in africa especially in the great lakes. We've seen the windows of nineteen sixties nineteen seventies nineteen eighties nine hundred nineties island is when we got the run genocide <hes> trust is in duffel in <hes> in congo in northern uganda population went through civil civil war over twenty years and central africa of mali somalia falling apart so if you look more as the great lakes region we are in that window right now wind of possible mass atrocities so we have continued to see the instability in somalia malia the al shabaab conflict of course eight the international community the african union walking towards tried to pacify somalia as opposed to the government but still it's a big challenging civil war that continues to to to evoke nautilus amalia battles so the entire region and <hes> west. We're seeing right. Now is the continued conflict in d._r._c. Unfortunately congress people have been looted west of the west in life rich nations such vast potential the congresspeople never seen a moment of this at all and you wonder how long the score but also we're seeing in different countries in the region that ugandan rebel groups in congo the a._t._f. Being massacred manali is linked now to isis and they'll do goodman within east africa live in southern african countries and this is growing up to be a potential disaster conflict but of course you're aware of what's going south. Sudan last five years has been so vicious that hundreds of thousands of died millions displaced hi. I'm from northern in uganda where we do not walk to support post conflict recovery but also this the region that currently ost of a one point two million refugees from southbound from congo from central africa public. You can imagine the pressure. Administered has been through the world for over twenty years without so much now. It's condition. Condition is forced to austin idol million refugees so the pressure never stops so the conflict in south down in indiana see central african public malley is horrible straighten malaise not even getting better anymore and of course lever labia on the potential egypt exist assist struggling to stabilize in west africa of course the so much to do in terms of his daughter colleen injustice started conflict that has not been addressed and this has the potential so the number of people dying. I can't tell exactly so many people are dying. Everyday due to war related crisis either been killed. Kale battlefields says out of war poverty disease. I want to hear about your story. I know you grew up and spent most of the years of your life in a refugee camp. How did you end up there. I was born in northern uganda in the district court later and i was born in one thousand nine hundred one just immediately heatedly after dictator. Idi amin was deposed of power and in that community there are more than ten end rebel groups operating including the current. Government wasn't the bush fighting an way. I grew up. I could see the only vehicle source chattels chattels military truck doesn't either vehicle the only flying object the plane. I saw was cop that the militias cop down jet fighters and and bumping us and when that say what is going on another along discourse so has more in conflict ah griping conflict and then it went on to to community experience continued to cut the wrestling by never in cultural tribal groups than the load ami it might and that became the west of the western uganda's of conflict it started close to our home and i we they media target by the way but also that the media our committee immediate by the government battlefield so we we became the center of battle for both government and law designs. I mean and this winton as a child at could see i was wondering how long was it going to hand. It took us twenty s to get out of that so mcgruff at grubbing well. I i grew up in com spent my child. You know in the growing up. I studied in the calm. I survived all the war related challenges including health education feeding showtime and one of the people who spent over seventy s eating one meal a day. We didn't have food <unk> up in dumps of education occasion. It wasn't the more challenging of course in conflict. Education is not a priority. The biggest weather is forever. If out get the next meal that was the most wedding experience as a child because it was always <unk> tuft way that wake up in the morning until four p._m. You've got nothing to eat and then you eat until the next day for pm. That is the life. I grew up in life. I survive and it's up to struggled with my kitchen with my health. I survived that was twice about brick in my community and live alone meningitis malaria. I went through many things that woke on and you you've talked about the cycle of violence and revenge that people who are victims of war become more innocent want. I want justice but it perpetuates the cycle of violence. How do you break that cycle to break. The cycle of wall in violence is is a dan festival walk with so much amount of drama and the trauma needs to be hill if not ill from a christian at a war then becomes war trauma from war cycle. You need to get to the point of breaking that and deal to becomes generational and when children are born in conflict dependence will always be asked. Why are we being killed while we be targeted and this the question that most parents doesn't doesn't have an answer but then the question comes in dependent which appoint of who we are suffering because of that trip with suffering because of them that's soleil telling the child who their enemies so that trans generational transfer trauma of of pain is like implanting in the new seats violence that child was being told we enemy sack so you have somebody to hit as soon as you and understand the well you're growing bring up with wu enemies with what you want to do next time you have opportunity to advance to strike about to let them feel the pain but as a child i wanted wanted to study to become a doctor to become a generalist to become a pilot like assumes that win woke him everything around a lotta became a survival. You're walking now and all of a sudden people get blown by landmines right in front of you. You're playing with your friends and within few minutes <unk> at their ticket and never been seen a game you just playing football dallas momentum to a blink football. We made our own bottle. Because there was no football uh-huh <unk> about one hundred has amid our hoon ball and web geeking kicking one of the elder kim and so our bottle made out of legs no playing around hand falling kim on picked kids what kickings admit out and bought event excited and then when he unveiled it he finds something wrong. It was a bomb it was unexploded bomb and then little that this is bob from with took of in minute actions crying on shouting on with free is this this bomb blew over landed investment to be dead the questions with next then becomes you you had the next in line. You can be blown off. Even even walking alone even be abducted. Every painful moment was to see a mom leaving home to fetch water. The big fear was will succumb back on my life will soon. They'll be blown by landmines. We'll see not be by the men in uniform so this every child's biggest fear node the feeling of london as powerlessness. You feel unwanted. You feel you don't belong so this is the kind of spirit kind of feeling that renews and continues continues to appreciate you know the train of violence because a child grow that have to do something to prove to my parents that i loved them for the to me by retaliating one of the cruelest aspects of this is is children who are kidnapped turned into soldiers their victims and but they become perpetrators as well does vedat cly. I'm almost obvious.

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"And with no medical assistance available and he had a few hours to live. I'll fly him to nakae as it was affectionately named on the red cross hospital there heather said at the time lucky had the largest field hospital in the world but i need someone to come with me. While i fly the plane. Jane volunteered the the task and in the end. It was decided that the young man's mother should come with us. We'll never describe what we endured on that flight blood continue to run down the floor of the aircraft as we sought to administer morphine and check his vital signs. We felt so helpless at one point. He opened his eyes and his mother went to the site. He had a huge wound onto his arm on. The blood was escaping rapidly. There's duct tape tape in the rear compartment had the yelled from the front and we wrapped the wounded it watching as the bleeding somehow stone five house later we arrived in lucky where the boy and his mother were whisked off to the hospital from the estrin later we happened upon him and and he had recovered though with the loss of the use of his arm heather invited us to the hospitality camp. She ran that just off the single strip rip treating us to a sumptuous dinner and her best room. Even they're exhausted from the flight. She constantly looked out out for others. Heather stewart spent years flying. People like us into some of the riskier situations and on many of those occasions goes to park her plane with us for the night in case something serious where to occur she slept on the ground with us endeared the heat the food food the massive scope of human suffering and the shed grief at the senseless deaths of hundreds of thousands she helped testified slavery assisted others flying in emergency supplies and workers and constantly used lucky cam to assuage the pains wins heal the wounds and recover the spirits hatha tried to stay neutral in her opinions about the conflict to avoid getting caught up in the causes but she admits to flying medevac for wounded guerrillas when called upon i always carry a jar of vick's <music> smelly chest rob with me she said am i put a little in each nostril. The stench of gangrene can be overwhelming and a small plane. It's dangerous flying. It's quite a buzz really add much rather do that than fly a bunch of tourists to look at lyons the one thing she wouldn't do was deliver weapons possibly as a result of her decision as dried up cited the money and the company shrank back down but have kept flying. You wanna her efforts. The missionaries brought to rome for a private audience audience with john. This protestant woman of dubious morals a multiple marriages knelt and kissed the pontiff spring to cover her basis. We laughingly admitted she later flew the archbishop of canterbury on tour of south sudan the dying peacefully of leukemia in her home in kenya nearly a year erica h seventy she left many full of admiration nations and the world is a sad place without her and another great plain tale. Thank you captain nick well. Thank you to jersey being left on team for the great suggestion because i had never heard of <hes> all-weather heather and <hes> you know as i dug go into how story and it wasn't easiest story <hes> to research this one i ended up to buy book because there was a single chapter in there which had an account <hes> all <hes> and i thought well that's it's worth spending the money just to you get that little piece that will give me more detail of hunt life but she sounds like an unlikely character to do that sort of thing being but ideally suited to it because i suspect that with her flying skills which were on her commonsense and her drive <hes> and fearless approach to life in kenya and more importantly in the sudan somalia malia during that awful complex <hes> she did an awful lot of good <hes> and regardless of what sex she was she was a fantastic bush bush pilot and much admired so when i found out about her life i really <hes> took an interest and belt..

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"somalia malia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Marc such a great. Meyer. College. That's what I called him an empty. Marky, mark. Who's the people? Marky, mark. Yeah. Yeah. I mean because there's also the actual you mean, slim, shake feel it. Yeah. I tell you what Christian you like it is so old school. It's good though trash. Oh, please. Anyway, Juliet Huddy you have a survey here about Americans being unhappy. Well, this is actually let's talk positive Curtis. It's the world happiness reportedly. This is talk radio. We don't talk to us. You know, we can be we can talk positively. So this is the world happiness report. It's just been revealed just been released, and basically what it does is it ranks countries. All around the world. According to six variables. Okay. Income freedom trust healthy life expectancy social support and generosity. And then it calls all the information. And then it spits out the top. Two hundred or whatever it is. Well, I don't know. Whereas Afghanistan Lewis said I'm arise. Is not going to be in the top the anniversary of our involvement in Iraq sixteen years in that the other day seventeen years, Janice, there are one hundred fifty six countries south Sudan is the last. Oh, Afghanistan is the second to last wiz third to Somalia. Malia is well, let's see. Right now, I'll tell you where everybody falls on the list of the things that are sort of sailing into us. Number one on the list is Finland Finland. The fans are happy people. They have their capital has gastronomy central. Well, hold on chicken. That's not who Donald Trump wanted immigrating to our country. He wanted the Norwegian. Hey, that's close enough. The area. Phil. I mean this is Finland Denmark, Norway Iceland, the Netherlands, Switzerland. These are all the countries that the very progressive social Democrats have said we should Mira our shelves after more than we are now. Yes. Yes. Uh Switzerland is six Sweden seven New Zealand eight Canada nine hold on shit. This is an interesting juxtaposition in New Zealand, which just went to that horrible two attacks on the mosques by the same madman getting rid of all the guns forcibly. They're gonna remove people who have gone. Yes, you know, take him right out of their homes, so their places of business and yet Switzerland, which is above them. It's number six was New Zealand is eight the Kiwis everyone in Switzerland has to keep a gun at home has to keep along gun at home because they may be called up for military service at any moment. But they don't seem to have a problem with. Gun violence, either New Zealand or no, no, Switzerland. Yeah. Interestingly Austria is number ten Australia is number eleven Costa Rica, Israel, Luxembourg United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany Belgium. And finally we come in at number nineteen. So why do you think Americans which have so much more than a lot of the folks in these other countries have seemed to be show unhappy in comparison? Well, I think there are quite a few things that would probably fit into that. I think that we have an issue with our leadership. I think that. Well, there's there's obviously an issue between the Republicans and Democrats when it comes to some really important issues like for instance, gun control immigration. We don't seem to be a country on the same page when it comes to that. When it comes to how to treat the poor. It's I think the other we we actually dropped by the way. Would it would not as happy as each other countries is we tend as Americans because we are a melting pot to be far more aggressive, many of the people who immigrated here whether centuries ago or recently, they tend to be the most aggressive of the people who were born in their countries of origin, and it came here. Whether they were here for academic studies business purposes, what just work wanted to set up a business. Well, we attract aggressive people have this excess energy they never satisfy anything, can you can you can achieve whatever you want here in this country. But a big problem has been the opioid epidemic and just addiction in general here in this country example is a big problem you'll go into Europe a four week. Yeah. You starting off in vintage. You know, Patty, Patty, then vanish, and then Amsterdam will you smoke some ropes should dope before you. Come back. Many of them all of those countries. They take the whole month of August show. And they consider it a right of passage. They're not happy unless you're off all of August Americans. Go crazy if they had to take. Yeah. Not all but some Americans go nuts if they had to take the whole month of August. Again. This is this is a living to work country for the most part, I mean, Manhattan beach, you know, is a work to live city or town out in the west coast. But I think for the most part. Yeah, this country is is we we live to work and more aggressive than most individually. Fine ourselves by our careers, and by money, the French the Italian, certainly. They define themselves through through their happiness that they achieved through their family connections. It's it's a whole different. I mean, we fell in love with those countries have a strict caste system, that's very difficult to break out of in our country. You know, you have the very wealthy the old wasps. And then you have the nouveau riche, you know, who can come some hip hop guy. He's worth like a few million dollars. Boom. He's got the money. He's accepted equally. That's that's fairly strong Italy and a strong cash system in France and in each other countries where you just can't break out. But anyway, let's go to our phones. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC, let's go to Jimmy and Staten Island welcomed the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy he on WABC GMT me. Yeah. I am not happy. Everything is so overpriced here the ranch the homes. People do with kids. Yup. Mean my whole my husband's family, my inlaws, they they all are picking up and leaving. They went down to Charlotte, North Carolina and just south of Charlotte. And because it was it was just outrageous. They couldn't afford Jimmy Jimmy. You could do what the yellow vested doing in France. They're all upset he live out in the suburbs and rural areas where the prices are out just out of control and they're like every weekend there like every weekend. Elysee be there. When the yellow vest, come probably. Yeah. We'll be there. I I will if I see them I will. But plan now. Well, I mean because we're we may not be over by the songs, they hang out at the Arctic train on the shot and you see smoke. We're going to go over there. And I'll start Facebook live in it. But I I just want to remind everybody I will be Facebook live in and doing lots of little pre produce report on when she the one eight hundred maybe I'll bring up. WABC Robespierre the Paris. Oh my God. Sal in Brooklyn. Welcome the Kurdish and Juliette here's show. Curson was a pleasure to talk again. All right. My opinion here is with the life stuff or Percival. Juliet. Lexi surprise you at eight thousand nine hundred eighty s. Well. I am a Catholic. I'm just I just don't know a lot about religion. But I'm I'm Catholic a witch. Yes. Most is she'd been through the author so many times you would pick ups. Oh, good. Sal, the one with the six rings? To so many times you would have picked something. Yes. I think that it's about a simple lifestyle in the Netherlands in those areas Iceland Denmark, for example. You know, they should have a simple mobile. It's nobody's doing drive bys the violence. Also, I gotta tell you sow if you go to those countries, it's rare that she people working two jobs to make ends. Yeah. Yeah. You know, they may not be doing well, but they'll just work that one job they'll make it you go to a place like like Venice, for instance, people the Venetians they walked they take their time. They sit over meals they talk they're not all over their funds. I mean, it really is a complete just a dramatic difference. From the way, we are here in the city. I had to get used to not barreling through people when I go to Europe. But you know, if you had to hang out near the canals, you'd be like stung God from the stink. That's so stupid. And it's not true Curtis keeps saying that. WABC? Everyone knows true. Just don't listen to him. Not true. One eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two tables. In the morning here from my pillow. And we are speaking.

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"somalia malia" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"somalia malia" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"You should be as somalia because your name is basically is somalia somalia i have thought of all that he rapidly so my older sister she a few years ago took her first test in order to become a somalia and we were just joking about how would be like we got like the ron names like she should have been molly because she could be somalia malia to'delay excellent branding opportunity waste said friday rights well are you ready to talk about fun fatty yes i'm so excited i know that fun felt he was a big part of your childhood can you talk a little bit about that all of the basque birthday parties had a fun fatty cake and they were inch like layer cakes they were a sheet cake usually made from the box and that was like the gold standard of birthday cakes i feel for any child who grew up in like the late eighties or 90s i think the generation is key because i was talking to some people my mom's age and they didn't even really know what i was talking about what yeah it's on gosh hold on mccann ideal quick google search to see maybe you know this like when fund fed was actually invented 1989 i'll put my birth year okay yes so that's that makes a whole lot of sense that how you share a birth year with fun feddie that makes it even more specialised in that's totally assigned so you grow up eating fun fatty and then now that you are an expert baker you decided to take it on yourself what is the key to making a successful fun feddie kick at home because you had a lot of trial and error yes so there are a few very important elements about a fun fatty cake that's meat from scratch and the first thing that i want everybody to know that i feel like it's kind of a misconception in the world of cake begging is that fund fatty cake is not just sprinkles in a vanilla cake it requires a specific type of sprinkle because not any type of sprinkle will do i tried a lot of like naturally coloured spring goals.

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