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Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:58 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Morning Edition

"Katie ostrovsky joins us from London now Welcome Good morning to you Let's talk about international pressure points in terms of energy supply lines People need to know that key parts of Europe are to get a lot of their natural gas from Russia That's right it's been a problem for a very long time I mean since the days of the Cold War Russia and before that the Soviet Union were the major suppliers of natural gas to Europe Russia exports between 40 to 50% to the whole of Europe Germany is particularly vulnerable it gets up to 75% of its natural gas through Russia and that gas of course still goes largely through the territory of Ukraine And Russia has been constructing as now completed a pipeline that bypasses Ukraine over the Baltic Sea and goes straight to Germany That's the contentious Nord stream two pipeline And so the fear is that in case of a military conflict Russia might actually cut off its supplies of gas But two can play at that right Germany I think is keeping open the possibility now that depending on what Russia does Germany might support stopping that Nord stream two project which would make it harder for Russia to make money selling its gas Correct It's not just Germany that is dependent on Russian gas Russia is also dependent on the sale of that gas to Europe Russia is making plans and is building pipeline capacity to export it to China but that will take quite some time possibly ten years before Russia can actually substitute Europe for China as a sort of the main market For now Europe remains Russia's biggest market Russia can not just store this gas or not all of it anyway so it does need to export it It needs the revenue Just to remind you that even at the height of the Cold War gas supplies were not interrupted The fact that Putin has now made it a issue dragged into conflict is actually quite new And our cardi I assume before we go you're paying a lot of attention to all the headlines coming off your phone and your screen Yes it has been extraordinary a few weeks and months actually since Russia's build up The truth is nobody really knows what Vladimir Putin is going to do whether this is a genuine preparation for war From where I'm looking I said and I'm looking at it from the point of view of reporting on Russian domestic politics The logic from the Kremlin's point of view of attacking Ukraine now is far from obvious to me That is not to say that it will not happen but if it were to happen it would be a quiet irrational and extremely damaging to Russia's interests and to the interests of the Kremlin itself which is what makes this story so hard to decipher Our cardio shh is The Economist magazine's Russia and Eastern European editor used to be the magazine's Moscow bureau chief Mister ostrovsky thank you very much Thank you for having me on your program Let's check markets.

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 US, Russia far apart on Ukraine crisis as top diplomats meet

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 hrs ago

US, Russia far apart on Ukraine crisis as top diplomats meet

"The the the the top top top top diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats of of of of the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. 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Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:41 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Morning Edition

"This is WNYC 93.9 FM and a.m. 8 20 NPR news and the New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Luis Giovanni Talks in Geneva between top U.S. and Russian diplomats of concluded as the U.S. and Europe closely observe a buildup of Russian troops along its border with Ukraine Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has told reporters that discussions will continue on Russia poses no threat to its former Soviet neighbor U.S. prosecutors in New York have charged four government officials from Belarus with aircraft piracy after they diverted a flight last year to arrest a dissident journalist on board and PR's Jackie northam reports Prosecutors say two of the accused told the Ryanair pilots there was a bomb on board that would explode by the time they reached Lithuania forcing the plane to land in Minsk Belarusian authorities then arrested a passenger 26 year old dissident journalist raman pratasevich He had fled Belarus two years earlier and faced charges for helping organize mass riots against the government of president Alexander Lukashenko He still awaiting trial NPR's Jackie northam He was one of the most defining rock artists.

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Reacts to One-Year Mark of Joe Biden's Presidency

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 16 hrs ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Reacts to One-Year Mark of Joe Biden's Presidency

"And look at the gerrymandering going on in some of these blue states It's pretty bad isn't it Oh yeah but now they're suing They shoot in Ohio the Democrats they see it in North Carolina They're trying to intimidate And remember this we need to run through the tape Now the one thing I will say if you look at what Gallup just came out with Joe Biden started a year ago where people identified with Democrat by more than 9 points with Republicans That was kind of the highest mark you could be End of the year Usually takes two years to try to get that back to even Republicans plus 5 It has not been this high since 1995 And really what you want to look at to there's a lot of people elected they know some things that one thing all members know is Their own future of whether they have a chance to win or not In 2010 we beat 63 Democrats 17 Democrats retired Right now that number is 28 You and I have talked about this before I believe that's going to be well over 30 because they can't run again based upon what they've done Inflation raising prices on everybody Crying I mean who thought train robbery would come back You look in California Then you look at the border Then you look at the woke is Then you look at Afghanistan but now we have he learned nothing from that He won't apologize for beginning 13 new gold star families But what do you just tell Putin And this is what people need to understand This is the 100th year of the Soviet Union being created Prudent wants to put that all back together Now we just had Joe Biden's home It's okay if you invade Ukraine

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Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:35 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Morning Edition

"By C three AI C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence and enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems C three AI this is enterprise AI I'm David brancaccio the top diplomats of Russia and the U.S. are meeting today in Geneva amid fears of war in Ukraine This given Russian troop movements near Ukraine's border in recent weeks the U.S. and Europe are warning Moscow of severe sanctions if there were to be an invasion or other hostilities and life lines of energy linking Russia to Western Europe could be brought to bear especially natural gas The Economist magazine's Russia and Eastern European editor arcadi ostrovsky joins us from London now Welcome Good morning to you Let's talk about international pressure points in terms of energy supply lines People need to know that key parts of Europe already get a lot of their natural gas from Russia That's right It's been a problem for a very long time I mean since the days of the Cold War Russia and before that the Soviet Union were the major supplies of natural gas to Europe Russia exports between 40 to 50% to the whole of Europe Germany is particularly vulnerable it gets up to 75% of its natural gas through Russia and that gas of course still goes largely through the territory of Ukraine And Russia has been constructing as now completed a pipeline that bypasses Ukraine of the Baltic Sea and goes straight to Germany That's the contentious north stream two pipeline And so the fear is that in case of a military conflict Russia might actually cut off its supplies of gas But two can play at that right Germany I think is keeping open the possibility now that depending on what Russia does Germany might support stopping that Nord stream two project which would make it harder for Russia to make money selling its gas Correct It's not just Germany that is dependent on Russian gas Russia is also dependent on the sale of that gas to Europe Russia is making plans and is building pipeline capacity to export it to China but that will take quite some time possibly ten years before Russia can actually substitute Europe for China as a sort of the main market For now Europe remains Russia's biggest market Russia can not just store this gas or not all of it anyway so it does need to export it It needs the revenue Just to remind you that even at the height of the Cold War gas supplies were not interrupted The fact that Putin has now made it an issue dragged into conflict is actually quite new And our cardi I assume before we go you're paying a lot of attention to all the headlines coming off your phone on your screen Yes it has been extraordinary a few weeks and months actually since Russia's build up The truth is nobody really knows what Vladimir Putin is going to do whether this is a genuine preparation for war From where I'm looking I said and I'm looking at it from the point of view of reporting on Russian domestic politics The logic from the Kremlin's point of view of attacking Ukraine now is far from obvious to me That is not to say that it will not happen but if it were to happen it would be a quiet irrational and extremely damaging to Russia's interests and to the interests of the Kremlin itself which is what makes the story so hard to decipher Arcadio stroke is The Economist magazine's Russia and Eastern European editor used to be the magazine's Moscow bureau chief Mister ostrosky thank you very much Thank you for having me on your program Let's do the numbers After.

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Mark Levin: Big Tech Ban Dan Bongino, Other Americans Simply for Disagreeing

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 2 d ago

Mark Levin: Big Tech Ban Dan Bongino, Other Americans Simply for Disagreeing

"I do understand my buddy Dan bongino this going to sound ignorant but who banned him mister producer do you know So YouTube banned him correct Suspended him YouTube I don't believe I have anything on YouTube do I So it's not a damn thing I can do to YouTube I live in my own bubble I've told you folks at before but still I'm on rumble I'm on rumble and getter and parlor But rumble when it comes to the action right But this is a problem It is a problem when our guys are treated this way when Dan's treated this way For no reason Other than they disagree with them These aren't American style companies These aren't patriotic companies These are Soviet style companies And they're all in for the Democrat party They're all in for big government And guys like Schumer are going to do a damn thing about it So it's very important whether it's me whether it's Dan whether it's this fella Joe Rogan or whomever that we moved to platforms that are friendly or at least open Because we are making a lot of money For these people and that's why I've resigned from every damn one of the YouTube I don't even think I ever belonged to did I Nor will I hasn't hurt me hasn't heard you folks

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Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

03:06 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Jim Bohannon

"The Democratic Party this administration has just not learned a lot of lessons and apparently they are so inclined to follow the agenda of the far left that they're prepared to take it on the nose in these midterm elections most un politician like behavior but again that's what apparently they're prepared to do Mike in New Mexico somewhere in New Mexico ello Mike Hey thank you Thank you very much Jim And here's the one thing and I'm going to keep this really short but if I can pick your interest maybe you'll invite me to call back Because we're talking about Russia which was the Soviet Union And my young years I was 20 years old the wall came down which would have put it in 1988 1989 if memory serves me correct And the biggest thing that I recollected was I was very they went broke They were trying to take care of people's houses They're trying to take care of food It's communism And for the next decades that have gone by I had didn't hear anybody calling anybody a communist You didn't know a good economy like we used to say Tim when you see one Or hear one But here would be my point just really quickly I asked this question if the Soviet Union fell because they went broke I as a young man said I'm glad capitalism can never have that happen This is when we weren't trillions of dollars in debt So when I saw it get into trillions of dollars in debt I started to ask myself this question this is when we're only 10 trillions of dollars in debt I ask myself this simple question if now that we're $30 trillion in debt and Biden wanting to put us more in debt with this make America better I'm asking this question to you Jim and I have a lot of ideas about it myself but I'd ask you this question If the United States of America goes broke Does the constitution fail when I'm hearing run around I'm hearing we need to run around the constitution Does it fail I mean if we followed if we had the proper controls on how much we could borrow that wouldn't be a problem The constitution should address the issue which of course it does not that would take a constitutional amendment I don't know that means the constitution failed It means that fright frankly there is a serious question of just whether or not a free people can in fact govern themselves Mike once they've discovered that they can vote themselves money and the hell with their kids and their grandkids paying it back That's the very basic question that we're asking not necessarily that the constitution failed but the populace has failed Are we capable of showing the restraint necessary for self governance that I'm not I'm not sure I'm not sure if you understood me if we go broke I mean neither would we shut the government down when they can't get a budget together Jim Well it's not going to shut completely down The idea that we will no longer have a military or any number of the other things that we do including a few that aren't too essential That's simply not going to happen I mean it happened to the Soviet Union Well it happened in the Soviet Union but that's not the way this country operates And again they could have probably hobbled on a little while but they couldn't do was hobble on as a major world power Mike So I hear what you're saying but the simple fact is that the government is not going to just quote shut down What will happen will be if we reach that point if the debt which is now as I speak at 29 trillion 820 billion 101 million dollars as of this moment that eventually other countries simply no longer be bailing us out and buying our T bills that's where we may stand And again it's not that we're just going to suddenly collapse as much as it simply be It will suddenly face the prospect of having to live within our means heaven forbid Back in a moment.

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Washington Examiner: Jan. 6 Panel Floats 14th Amendment to Bar Trump From Holding Office

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

Washington Examiner: Jan. 6 Panel Floats 14th Amendment to Bar Trump From Holding Office

"And then there's this January 6th panel floats Fourteenth Amendment as a way to far Trump from holding off Now this is really ridiculous but we'll go on here Washington examiner neither of Donald Trump's impeachment trials led to his conviction which would have prevented him from returning to The White House representative Jamie Raskin remember I told you about his father Who was a red Who defended the Soviet Union North Korea Cuba Communist China institute for policy studies But Raskin is another idea on how to bar the former president Raskin suggested the constitutional provision preventing those who quote engaged in insurrection or rebellion unquote from holding office may prevent Trump from becoming president for a second non consecutive

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Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:54 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "soviet" discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Any any assembled Russian units move across Ukrainian border that is an invasion Russian troops have lined the Ukrainian border for months as the Kremlin demands that former Soviet countries be barred from joining NATO President Biden said Russian president Vladimir Putin knows where the U.S. stands There will be no doubt at all Makes this choice Russia will pay a heavy price Secretary of State Anthony blinken is in Europe this week and is assuring allies that the U.S. is ready to respond if Russia and beats That will be met with a swift severe united response from the United States and our allies and partners Blinken had a message for the people of Russia You deserve to live with security and dignity Like all people everywhere And no one Not Ukraine Not the United States That NATO or its members is seeking to jeopardize that But what really risked your security Is a pointless war.

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Russia denies looking for pretext to invade Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Russia denies looking for pretext to invade Ukraine

"Russia's Russia's top top diplomat diplomat has has angrily angrily rejected rejected the the US US allegations allegations it it was was preparing preparing a a pretext pretext to to invade invade Ukraine Ukraine as as Russian Russian troops troops remain remain near near the the border border speaking speaking to to reporters reporters Russian Russian foreign foreign minister minister Sergei Sergei Lavrov Lavrov has has dismissed dismissed the the US US claim claim as as total total disinformation disinformation he he reaffirmed reaffirmed Moscow Moscow expects expects a a written written response response from from the the US US and and its its allies allies to to the the request request the the binding binding guarantees guarantees the the NATO NATO will will not not see see Bruce Bruce Ukraine Ukraine or or any any other other ex ex Soviet Soviet nations nations or or station station its its forces forces are are weapons weapons that that the the White White House House said said on on Friday Friday intelligence intelligence officials officials have have concluded concluded that that Russia Russia had had already already deployed deployed operatives operatives to to rebel rebel controlled controlled eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine to to carry carry out out acts acts of of sabotage sabotage that that I'm I'm blame blame them them on on Ukraine Ukraine to to create create a a pretext pretext for for a a possible possible invasion invasion I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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EU extends Russia sanctions over Ukraine peace deal failures

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

EU extends Russia sanctions over Ukraine peace deal failures

"The the European European Union Union has has pretty pretty long long to to economic economic sanctions sanctions against against Russia Russia because because it it has has not not fulfilled fulfilled its its promises promises on on the the peace peace agreements agreements in in Ukraine Ukraine the the E. E. U. U. has has extended extended its its sanctions sanctions on on Moscow Moscow amid amid concern concern that that the the Russian Russian government government may may be be preparing preparing to to invade invade its its former former Soviet Soviet neighbor neighbor Ukraine Ukraine the the sanctions sanctions came came about about ten ten twenty twenty fourteen fourteen after after Russia Russia annexed annexed Ukraine's Ukraine's Crimean Crimean peninsula peninsula and and connected connected to to the the twenty twenty fifteen fifteen makes makes peace peace deal deal the the E. E. U. U. we we need need the the sanctions sanctions because because they they believe believe Russia Russia did did not not fully fully implement implement the the peace peace deal deal the the move move limits limits Russian Russian banking banking company company access access to to E. E. U. U. capital capital markets markets it it also also out out rules rules financial financial assistance assistance or or brokering brokering for for Russian Russian financial financial institutions institutions amongst amongst all all the the limits limits I'm I'm Karen Karen Thomas Thomas

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The 1619 Project Tries to Pin the Slavery Tail on the Capitalist Donkey

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | Last week

The 1619 Project Tries to Pin the Slavery Tail on the Capitalist Donkey

"Because capitalism is basically a system of wage labor. Capitalism is based on the idea that the worker sells his labor labor at the highest price that you can get for it. Employers then buy that labor, they create products that are sold freely on the open market. And the chorda capitalism, the core notion is consent. Somebody wants to sell you a card in the milk. If you want to buy it at that price, you do. If you don't, you buy something else, so you leave the store. Similarly, when you go apply for a job, you say I want to be paid a $100,000 a year the employer goes yes or maybe or no, you negotiate it out. It's all based upon consent. If you don't have that consent, there's no capitalism involved. And so slavery at its core is not capitalism. Why? Because it's based on forced labor. And forced labor is the very antithesis of capitalism. Now, Nicole Hanna Jones kind of knows this and so she's thinking, how do I find a way to blame capitalism anyway? Well, one way to do it is to say that listen the cotton that is produced on the slave plantations is nevertheless sold on the world market. But that hardly proves that slavery is a form of capitalism. You could have forced labor in the Soviet labor camp and then the Soviets could then take that. Let's just take the shoes that are made by forced labor sell them on the world market that wouldn't mean that capitalism created the forced labor camps. No, not at all. So there has to be a way here for these leftists to try to how do we pin if you will to slavery tale on the capitalist donkey? And they've figured out a way to do it. It's called plantation records. And so there are and there were, in fact, detail plantation records kept by slave owners, and this has been known by the way, really for two centuries. Scholars have been studying these plantation records since the end of the Civil War. So the fact of plantation records isn't new, but what is new is the claim by the 1619 Project that the existence of these plantation records kind of a form of bookkeeping, if you will proves that, hey, this is capitalism at

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As Russia and U.S. Debate Ukraine, Ukraine Would Like a Say

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

As Russia and U.S. Debate Ukraine, Ukraine Would Like a Say

"Talks talks are are under under way way this this week week between between US US and and Russian Russian officials officials aimed aimed at at reducing reducing tensions tensions over over the the Russian Russian buildup buildup at at the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine special special talks talks on on strategic strategic stability stability are are under under way way in in Geneva Geneva although although a a Russian Russian leader leader termed termed them them quote quote difficult difficult Russia's Russia's deputy deputy foreign foreign minister minister and and his his delegation delegation visited visited the the U. U. S. S. diplomatic diplomatic mission mission for for face face to to face face talks talks with with deputy deputy secretary secretary of of state state Wendy Wendy Sherman Sherman yesterday yesterday secretary secretary of of state state Antony Antony Blinken Blinken said said both both sides sides are are airing airing their their concerns concerns question question really really now now is is whether whether present present put put will will take take the the path path of of diplomacy diplomacy and and dialogue dialogue or or six six confrontation confrontation but but on on ABC's ABC's this this week week with with George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Lincoln Lincoln said said there there are are no no easy easy answers answers when when Russia Russia has has a a gun gun to to the the head head of of Ukraine Ukraine with with a a hundred hundred thousand thousand troops troops near near its its borders borders Moscow Moscow wants wants a a guarantee guarantee from from NATO NATO that that it it will will no no longer longer expand expand eastward eastward into into former former Soviet Soviet states states like like Ukraine Ukraine hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn talks talks are are under under way way this this week week between between US US and and Russian Russian officials officials aimed aimed at at reducing reducing tensions tensions over over the the Russian Russian buildup buildup at at the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine special special

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Former anti-terror chief arrested over Kazakhstan protests

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Former anti-terror chief arrested over Kazakhstan protests

"An an ex ex ante ante terror terror chief chief who's who's been been arrested arrested in in the the protests protests in in Kazakhstan Kazakhstan re re must must seem seem off off the the former former head head of of the the counter counter intelligence intelligence and and anti anti terror terror agency agency because because being being detained detained on on charges charges of of attempted attempted government government overthrow overthrow in in the the wake wake of of violent violent protests protests that that the the president president of of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan has has blamed blamed on on foreign foreign backed backed terrorists terrorists the the authorities authorities say say security security forces forces have have killed killed over over twenty twenty demonstrators demonstrators in in this this week's week's unrest unrest and and close close to to the the same same amount amount of of law law enforcement enforcement officers officers have have died died too too the the Interior Interior Ministry Ministry says says more more than than four four thousand thousand four four hundred hundred people people have have been been arrested arrested the the protests protests in in the the central central Asian Asian nation nation of of the the most most widespread widespread since since independence independence from from the the Soviet Soviet Union Union in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety one one I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's not not

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To quell unrest, Kazakhstan's president authorizes forces to shoot to kill

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

To quell unrest, Kazakhstan's president authorizes forces to shoot to kill

"The the president president of of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan has has authorized authorized law law enforcement enforcement to to open open fire fire on on protesters protesters and and shoot shoot to to kill kill a a move move that that comes comes off off the the days days of of extremely extremely violent violent protests protests in in the the former former Soviet Soviet nation nation in in an an address address to to the the nation nation Qasim Qasim Jamaat Jamaat to to clap clap blames blames the the unrest unrest on on terrorists terrorists on on medicines medicines saying saying he's he's authorized authorized the the use use of of lethal lethal force force against against them them to to class class odds odds those those who who don't don't surrender surrender will will be be eliminated eliminated classics classics don don is is experiencing experiencing the the worst worst street street protests protests since since the the country country gained gained independence independence three three decades decades ago ago the the demonstrations demonstrations began began over over a a near near doubling doubling of of prices prices for for type type of of vehicle vehicle fuel fuel and and quickly quickly spread spread across across the the country country reflecting reflecting wider wider discontent discontent over over the the rule rule of of the the same same party party since since independence independence I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma the the president president of of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan has has authorized authorized law law enforcement enforcement to to open open fire fire on on protesters protesters and and shoot shoot to to kill kill a a move move that that comes comes off off the the days days of of extremely extremely violent violent protests protests in in the the former former Soviet Soviet nation nation in in

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John Zmirak on America's Historic Censorship Crackdown

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

John Zmirak on America's Historic Censorship Crackdown

"I talk to people everywhere I go. And most people have they're completely confused about this stuff. They do not know the basics. They seem to have this idea that, hey, my children need to get the vaccine. You're telling me the guy who invented the technology says absolutely not. And he's being silenced and his name is doctor Robert Malone. That's right. He was just kicked off of Twitter permanently. His videos are banned from YouTube. The 23 year old Yale graduates with degrees in gender studies and queer theory are deciding what legitimate news and what is not. The people who control your Yahoo feed, the people who work in the censorship department of Facebook, it's they, not researchers like Robert Malone, who invented the damned vaccine. No, no, they are obscured. They are radicals, their fringe, their anti vaxxers. We are experiencing the kind of censorship crackdown that happened in Eastern Europe in 1948 when the Soviets squeezed the Soviet the Eastern Bloc into obedience. The same thing that happened in 1968 when they cracked down and Czechoslovakia, the same thing that happened in 1933 when the Nazis started their lifestyle glacial tongue. I don't know why I couldn't say that. That was where they got everybody into line. And they fired all the professors who didn't agree and they closed all the newspapers that wouldn't go along. And they went after the leadership of the various union movements and churches, and they showed them you play ball or you go to dock out. So many priests were sent to dock out was called the priests camp. Well,

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Biden, Putin trade frank talk as alarm rises over Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden, Putin trade frank talk as alarm rises over Ukraine

"President president Biden Biden and and his his Russian Russian counterpart counterpart spent spent nearly nearly an an hour hour on on the the phone phone discussing discussing the the Russian Russian troop troop buildup buildup near near Ukraine Ukraine a a senior senior White White House House officials officials as as president president Biden Biden told told Russia's Russia's Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin the the two two powers powers now now face face two two paths paths either either diplomacy diplomacy or or American American deterrence deterrence through through harsh harsh economic economic sanctions sanctions Putin Putin responded responded if if there there are are U. U. S. S. sanctions sanctions it it could could lead lead to to a a complete complete rupture rupture of of ties ties Russia's Russia's made made clear clear that that it it wants wants a a written written commitment commitment Ukraine Ukraine will will never never be be allowed allowed to to join join NATO NATO and and that that the the alliance's alliance's military military equipment equipment will will not not be be positioned positioned in in former former Soviet Soviet states states to to demands demands the the by by Nick Nick ministration ministration has has rejected rejected a a Russian Russian adviser adviser told told reporters reporters Putin Putin told told Biden Biden Russia Russia would would act act the the same same way way the the US US would would act act if if weapons weapons were were deployed deployed near near America's America's borders borders Russia's Russia's placed placed an an estimated estimated one one hundred hundred thousand thousand troops troops near near the the border border with with Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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How the Chinese Communist Party Works

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

How the Chinese Communist Party Works

"Most of the west learn how Moscow work, not from going to college and taking Stanley Hoffman or Henry Kissinger or anyone else who is talking about how the Soviets worked. And most of what they thought was wrong or they read the long telegram by mister actually turned out to be George cannon early on in the Cold War. No, they weren't Nixon. They weren't studying the briefing papers. They weren't Jimmy Carter who had an inordinate fear of communism. None of that, all those years of the Cold War, that's not how people learn in America. They read time, newsweek, and U.S. news and World Report, and they would routinely report on what was going on or so they thought or some correspondence in Moscow thought. And now people have watched the Americans and they get a view of how sleepers work, which isn't right. That's not how sleepers worked in the United States. They had lots of spies in the 1980s. That was one of my earliest jobs. If you're looking to hear it for the first time, I'm going to give you the quick bio in a second. But after the wall came down in the Soviet Union crumbled, people sort of put their communism studies away, thinking, oh, well, the Chinese are simply evolving to a market capitalism society and we will help them get there and everything will be comfy, hunky Dory in the world. Bill Clinton let them into the world of free trade, we accepted them into the world's institutions. And in fact, they're still letting us. And the country's difficult to understand. It's so big. It's so numerous in the billion people. And so opaque, that very few novelists have dared to try and describe how the country works.

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What Would the Playback Be for Eliminating Large Portions of the Population?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

What Would the Playback Be for Eliminating Large Portions of the Population?

"To eliminate a large portion of the population? What's so incredible to me is how close we are in historical terms, meaning not so far away from the intentional attempt to eliminate entire races of people. This is not just done by the national socialist Workers Party in the 1930s and 1940s in Germany, despicably and evil. But it's also attempt to be done by Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin. If the 20th century told us anything, it told us a couple things as Alexander social needs and famously wrote in the gulag archipelago. He said that all of this was thanks to ideology. Now, Alexander social needs an reflected in the gulag archipelago, which I encourage you to read. He went into a deep reflection saying, what did I personally do that might have contributed to this great evil? It's very profound. And actually, that book was largely responsible for the downfall of the Soviet Union. There's another great book by Victor frankel, which is called man's search for meaning by writing that book he ended up starting a whole new psychological kind of school of thoughts called logo therapy. The will to meaning. Usually you have the will to power the will to pleasure. He says that we as humans have a moral obligation to have a will to meaning. Viktor frankl famously said in man's search for meaning there are only two types of people, the decent. And the indecent. We are so close to the committed and attempted elimination of entire groups of people. Why is it that anytime anyone says that the government might be trying to do that again, they're called a conspiracy theorist and you're not even allowed to talk about it. It's a very

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Is Congressman Jamie Raskin's Father Tied to the KGB?

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

Is Congressman Jamie Raskin's Father Tied to the KGB?

"What you see Liz Cheney sitting on the panel next to her is congressman Raskin congressman rascal's father was a founder of the KGB front group institute for policy studies Is that right Yes And one of the senior fellows of the institute for policy studies Let's slow down Let's slow down A little bit more detail because this is a radical hard left organization the institute for policy studies in Europe making the assertion That Jamie Raskin Congress nutshell from Maryland that his father was one of the founders of this organization that had ties to the communists Is that what you're saying Right Ties to the KGB They work directly with The New York Times Washington Post They say policies opinion everything in America It's sort of like the go between between various communist groups communist countries including Soviets and how they sort of it's a nexus between foreign and American enemies The nexus between them the government and the media very powerful group in the past what's his name Glenn Beck talked about the institute for policy studies But look it gets better A senior fellow of the institute for policy studies is Francis Fox pivots Worked with Joseph booty gag boutique Joseph booty Greg was the founder of the international gram sheet society His son is Pete booty gag You've got two three generations of Marxist revolutionary and throughout our media and government and most of it is out in the open and it's extremely dangerous So you could have somebody connected to America's enemies on the panel but you can't have a loyal American like Jim Jordan on the January 6th

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30 People Turned Away From Cheesecake Factory for Refusing to Show Proof of Vaccination

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:44 sec | Last month

30 People Turned Away From Cheesecake Factory for Refusing to Show Proof of Vaccination

"More than 30 people showed up. They wanted to be served at The Cheesecake Factory in Queens, New York, and they refused to show their vaccination cards. You see, in New York City right now, ladies and gentlemen, and understand this, those people, good decent hard work and folks, they want to spend their money at Cheesecake Factory. They want to be able to sit down there and read the 72 page menu. But they're not allowed to because they refuse to show their government vaccination papers. This is America. It's it's not the Soviet Union. It's the United States of America. But this is the law of the land in New York City right now and in New York State where you've got to wear your mask wherever you go. Is that the kind of America you want?

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John Avlon, Jim Sciutto: Fox News Has Been Re-Writing January 6th 'Soviet-Style'

Mark Levin

01:07 min | Last month

John Avlon, Jim Sciutto: Fox News Has Been Re-Writing January 6th 'Soviet-Style'

"Say Go ahead Fox has been engaged in the Soviet style rewriting of history around January 6th from almost the evening of the attack despite their anchors knowing better as we've seen CNN has no ratings They're all watching Fox apparently Johnny had one Apparently he's watching Fox I don't know of a single host on Fox who did not condemn The attack on that building Not one But I know of many hosts on the constipated news network an MS LSD who did not condemn the riders Black Lives Matter even antifa American people aren't stupid Johnny Johnny aguirre Can people aren't stupid And this guy shooto and they put a question mark at the end is the fact the sad fact that for a portion of this country to generate 6 has been rewritten already so we had style huh What do you think of that Well absolutely Says the Obama ate to the never Trump Exactly right you know Go ahead Pass even further Shut up you

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Russia amassing troops near Ukrainian border: What you need to know

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Russia amassing troops near Ukrainian border: What you need to know

"Moscow's Moscow's warning warning Keefe Keefe against against use use of of force force in in Ukraine Ukraine rebel rebel regions regions officials officials in in Ukraine Ukraine on on the the west west coast coast said said the the massing massing of of troops troops may may indicate indicate plans plans by by Moscow Moscow to to invade invade its its ex ex Soviet Soviet neighbour neighbour but but Russian Russian officials officials have have repeatedly repeatedly denied denied harboring harboring such such plans plans now now Russia's Russia's military military has has warned warned the the Ukrainian Ukrainian government government against against trying trying to to settle settle a a separatist separatist conflict conflict in in eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine with with force force a a statement statement that that adds adds to to the the tensions tensions sparked sparked by by a a Russian Russian troop troop build build up up near near the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma Moscow's Moscow's warning warning Keefe Keefe against against use use of of force force in in Ukraine Ukraine rebel rebel regions regions officials officials

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:10 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"Love Through harry gold and klaus fucks through both of their confessions part lines up. Dooley's is probably definitely as by But the claims against ethel. His wife and the sister of david was kind of dubious. What she commie. Yes where she married to a spy. Yes was she instrumental in passing along state secrets. That part is not clear. You know there's a lot of people who debate this topic. It's pretty hot. Actually their kids are have made a big plea to try and get them posthumously or at least get the mother ethel posthumously. pardoned for For her role in this mess And i think. I think they asked obama to do. He said no or something like that. I forgot about that part. A sore hand was just released from prison. So and In in Robert kennedy junior supported of it. That's right that's right you don't mind. We talked robert. You know Rfk junior definitely is like. Yeah i kind of believe that. He was probably hypnotized or something. I think yeah. Yeah but i mean what's interesting about the stories that date david greenglass brother of ethical. You know he ends up snitching on his sister and and some people are pointing out that he he actually did this to save his wife who may have been the actual person that was typing up the notes so like he passed off the blame onto his sister. Which kind of fucked up right but the biggest story about how this about this part about this story i should say is how it ends remember. Klaus he leaked all that technical information through harry gold to the soviets and for doing this remember. He was in the uk at the time. He was a a refugee. But this is abc. Different rules there. But for his crime he got fourteen years and served nine and change and got off with good behavior but he gave them like technical shit like really important. Stuff harry gold. Who is an american who was passing. The information between the two places got convicted and sentenced to thirty years and in sixty five. One of his appeals Went through and he got paroled for good behavior to when he served less than half that time the thirty years here in the states he was also credited for some time that he spent in jail before his trial when they were trying to figure out what you know what his role was here. But you know he. He sang like a canary. so he got off. I guess easy. But julius and ethel specifically ethel. They were both sentenced to death. They were interesting. So why do you think that was. So i don't know man i is. This part really fucks me up. So julius definitely was a spy like i said before and he did leak information that resulted in in or played a part in how the soviet union got the atomic bomb in us. You know creating a world where you know. We don't have a nuclear monopoly and therefore you know we have. This mutually assured destruction in the threat of like you know fucking the world's gonna blow up or something like that but as i pointed out before it's totally entirely possible that any of these other countries could have organically created the bomb. So they would've gotten into eventually. I think that's my opinion right The thing that really messes me up with this is that i feel like they. They just got the end of the stick on judicial area. And you know. I'm all for them serving time but like for them to be sentenced to death is kind of extreme and i think they were just doing this in the.

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"He ended up getting fired later by the. Us army Because they discovered that he was a member of the communist party so even though it was somewhat real like prevalent like communist clubs and things like that here in the united states. The us military really didn't like it very much. So that's why he got let go from his position there And also because he's working on a top secret fucking lab Any was a communist. So you know. I guess it kind of made sense even if it was a little weird but at that facility. He he They were doing research on electronics. Communications radar and guided missile controls So he had a lot of access to important shit while he was there But it it started getting crazier when You know. Julius ended up getting recruited to be a spy for the interior ministry of the soviet union and he ended up providing them with thousands of classified reports from emerson radio Including a complete proximity fuse for the bomb so like how detonates and the spine got really intense after a while When julius was instructed by his handlers to start recruiting more spice and one in particular that he brought on was ethel's brother david greenglass so his brother-in-law And he brought him on because he was working on the top secret manhattan project at the los alamos national laboratory with claus fucks. He ended up getting a hundred dollar bonus for this for the recruitment bonus. So that's they made them or it which is interesting eventually when our guy Klaus fox gets caught and he confesses. He ends up snitching that he was working with an american guy. Different guy named harry. Gold and gold was like the go-between he was the courier for the leaked information. So harry gold gets arrested in one thousand nine hundred fifty and he. Snitch is on david greenglass. Who is also passing him information to give to the soviets. You can see where this is going rank. So this niche and keeps going against way juicier. The short version of the story is david snitch on both julius and his sister ethel and he claimed that ethel was typing up. Handwritten leaked documents for julius to pass along to harry gold right now. Julius was definitely by like the case that the fbi makes against him is pretty solid and you know. They connect him with his handler..

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"This one is eight and a half inches on the russian. One is eight inches. Half an inch off loading was twenty seven tons and twenty five tons of very close. The rod diameter was one point four inches and the russian one was six inches. So is basically the same shit right. They built it almost exactly to the same specifications which was not even used a similar terms to describe these measurements. So the us used a term called barnes Which was a unit of measurement referring to like. This is the broad side of a barn and how big that was Fucking imperial measurements seems like feet inches. Barnes The the russians ended up using a similar word called barnes which means sheep or ram and this is with the exactly the same so get cheap barn. You know very unoriginal So fox's espionage ended up leading the us to cancel a nineteen fifty plan to give britain American made bombs because he was in the uk at the time they were worried that i guess the russians who get a bomb or something. I don't know but He he ended up getting prosecuted In one thousand nine hundred eighty on four counts of breaking the official secrets act By communicating information to potential enemy. His trial was fast. It was like less than ninety minutes long. And he got sentenced to fourteen years in jail. And that was the maximum In the uk for espionage Because the soviet union was classified at the time as an ally before the cold war here and in december nineteen fifty he was stripped of his british citizenship. And while he was serving his time is an interesting story he actually got like chummy with The ira prisoner the irish republican army Shameless murphy And he played chess with them. And they got buddy buddy and allegedly. He helped him to escape which is another interesting story. We'll have to as danny shares in about that this evening if he knows all about that. anyway fucks was Released on the twenty third june in fifty nine and he only served nine years and four months of his sentence and got. Let go for good behavior in prison. What's wild about all this is. That fox was definitely instrumental. In helping the soviets get the bomb and his punishment was pretty lax. If you asked me especially as compared to like some of the next buys on talk about so. That's claus claus fox. Oh klaus fox klaus fox. Money and claus claus. Dan want to talk about a another one. So this is these. Are americans right. Jill julius and ethel rosenberg..

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"Awry the speed with which the soviets attain the bomb and numerous problems organizationally and scientifically that the soviets encountered suggest that other factors outside of the scientific with the project contributed to the development of the bomb. The fact that the soviets could not develop rick reactor grade uranium or plutonium attack the problem with simplistic engineering procedures and inadequate mathematics team dan. They're bad at math. And historically had problems with the practical application of physics demands a closer look at the role of espionage played in their bomb development. So i think this is a good time to talk about something else. So so i guess. What they're saying is the soviets outright they stole the bomb right like it doesn't seem like they had the actual capability to Do with themselves so There's like a lot of stories about espionage the espionage that was involved in there are people who are arrested right for us for the bomb. And i don't some of those were kind of like grey areas where i don't know if they're guilty or not by i don't know Telling tell us people listening What was the role that of espionage in there in a nuclear pro in the soviet atomic project. Jer or so between forty two and fifty. Four the kgb. They got thousands of pages of technical information about the manhattan project. So some things they got were like calculations for you know The construction of plutonium charge calculations for critical massive fissile material. Like how much material you need for it to Make a chain reaction Information about the detonation devices. Select the stars information about Diffusion which. I don't really understand very much information about plutonium production Got a report For the study of secondary neutrons which are important. That's the chain reaction bits A report on metallurgy of uranium and plutonium suggest helping them understand the material a better and also information about kinetics of atomic reaction. So how does how did the chain reactions work and interact with itself. So basically in layman's terms. They got all the important shit. You need to know about how to build a bomb. So how do they get the information. I mean spies. There's moore a lot of them but the main ones i wanna focus on Our klaus fuchs bucks conflicts. Klaus fox Julian fox when here. It's funny story. You're finding story so i was. I was in belgium. And i was like i had to go to. I was visiting my friend there who who lives in brussels and he gave me his address in expelled. Like d e f. You q. Fuck.

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"The the world has known this At least the scientific world has known that you know that about this vision process and the splitting of atoms and how can create these potentially theoretically create these weapons and The fact that there's that there's no word back kind of tells that they they are they either have it or they're really really developing it right now. And why wouldn't they. You know why. Why wouldn't they be developing it right now. You have this theory. And the united states is in a position to create this bomb They have the resources to create this project. You know they're not what you like you had mentioned earlier. There's not there's not a land invasion From the easter west coast either from japan or germany They're free to concentrate on the science and and miss on this project and In in create that and now with the creation of that bomb. You're creating you're making yourself masters of the world like there's no is no competition with. Yes especially if you're able to successfully detonate it and show that you're willing to use it. Which of the united states does twice. Yeah and the unfortunate part for the soviets here is that although they got all these signs that we were probably working on her release pretty far along in the process because we stop talking about it They basically wrote us off. They were like a lot of the older. Scientists in the soviet union. Didn't think that we could pull it off in. You know even ten years in any reasonable amount of time for it to make a difference in the war said eight. They thought it was just not important. Right now And you know it wasn't until after the potsdam conference in that we talked about that that the soviet union started picking up the pace added schwartz in that in that Paper broke talked about the inhumane conditions. that the soviet scientists were subjected to to accelerate the nuclear program. Things like they were working Incredibly long hours. Nobody took any holidays like they were forced notes. That the places. Yeah you ever hear about like Of video game creating designing. It's exactly like that. it's gonna go naughty. Naughty dog was like out of examples of this lizard already like that..

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"Buy it was online. It was from a harvard. Undergrad the Michael schwartz in nineteen ninety six and He starts off by saying That he quotes Nikolai alexandrov and he says there was no russian. Atomic bomb there was an american masterfully discovered by soviet spies. And then you know. This whole paper goes into just how You know what. The role of espionage was in the soviet atomic drop a bomb Yup process so. I'm curious to hear what you thought of that. It was a great find. Actually i i have no idea. Hey find this shit. Sometimes but the premise that paper as you pointed out talks about this extremely hotly debated subject of how the soviets ended up with a bomb actually found almost an equal number of of You know resources that you know say that they were able to do it on their own and resources that say it was only through espionage. They were able to do it. I think the truth is probably a little bit of both right but there. There was a lot of competing arguments that historians bring up here on the soviets Against the the idea that the soviets stole the bomb though so some of them will point out that the soviets brilliant scientists they laid out a lot of groundwork for atomic weapons early on in the discovery of vision so a couple of noteworthy things. In thirty two they split the lithium atom by proton bombardment. Guy eager Kurchatov in thirty five discovered. Something called the ice. Oh murray of artificially radioactive atoms. i don't know what that is but sounds important You know the soviets were the first scientists in the world to repeat the experiments of splitting the atom by artificial means. That's an incredibly important This guy named semenov Established the conditions that were necessary for few Few efficient chain reactions. That was For his work between thirty nine and forty once as well before You know the the war had kicked off their or at least a before. The invasion italy's And he got the nobel prize for physics among many other soviet physicist who also got nuclear achieving nobel prizes for nuclear physics in the thirties But i tend to agree with you. Know with this guy..

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"And when you got the nazis on your door you kind of have to prioritize that you know which. I don't totally blame them on that. But what they ended up working with they had something like only twenty scientists in a small support staff around them. That were working on vision at the time. So you can imagine any of the early like Any of the early progress that they made researching vision pretty much. Went out the window. You know At this point because they've got reduced a lot in meanwhile just put this in in proper context the manhattan project that operation had over one hundred thirty thousand people billions of dollars behind so this is like a skeleton crew. Twenty people verse late. This top secret. Multi billion billion dollars was huge amounts of people that was backed by three different states. what. Us britain and canada were all funding. This much larger industrial might than for the show. Viet union had so right. it is Just the Disparity between the manpower between the two programs sources is in resources is just huge huge and honestly that warrants a show all by itself Talking about the manhattan project. Maybe we we do on but needless to say. They beat the soviets to the bomb by a mile right by a lot. So yeah the always. We're pretty good at nuclear like Physics but you know just priorities. They just didn't invest in it. And you know by nineteen forty-five though the us conducted the trinity test when they finally were able to successfully blow up in a uranium bomb. And as we talked about in our last episode. The soviet union Trimming basically told stalin how they got the bomb but stunks seemed at least outwardly. Pretty disinterested yeah last. Spoke about this. So I said that. This is according to truman that he had mentioned to stalin during the pasta Conferences that he had this new weapon of unusual destructive force..

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"Is because spitting out a bunch of energy and neutrons kick off a chain reaction that is later used to create the atomic bomb and nuclear energy. Think of it this way Of stacking up some dominos right pretty simple concept push over the first one that will not over the next domino and so on its own. It's on right. The idea was that if you stuck a bunch of uranium together and you shot with a neutron that it would release shit of energy and some neutrons and those neutrons would go on to split more uranium which makes more energy and more neutrons you get my drift boom yet. You got that bomb right and also energy if you wanted to use peaceful means but we're talking about bombs today so yeah basically by accident by blown shit up at the micro scale. They discovered that if you do this process of bombardment to uranium you get this chain reaction its prequel anyway. So the germans they they discovered this i right and then physicists from all of the world tried to replicate it so that they can use it for like weapons shit Physicists like the soviet once right in and this is kind of where return to the soviet atomic program who. Here's the thing so something that i'm confused about is that so You know from what i've read. It seems that soviet had already had a really pretty appre strong grasp on these theories On theory vision And they had this theoretical understanding but you know they get the bomb or they test their first. They had their first nuclear test in nineteen forty. Nine I think they're confident by the year. Nineteen forty seven that they were going to get the bomb so However i'm curious wendy win. Did they start working on this actual or what did they start working on this time of project like. When did it really start to exist. I've read multi starting point so they confused on this one pretty much in. I mean like scientific communities are kind of cool because they all share information right. They'll right In scientific journals. And you know those picked up all over the world and translated and stuff like that so generally speaking Information travels pretty quickly and at the time. When the germans figured it out the soviets tried among other physicists. All of the world they pretty much started working on this immediately afterwards After the germans figured it out but they had some major challenges and i i know that you had pointed out a bunch of them a little earlier on and the show here Where you know the the first major challenge that the The soviets face was nine hundred. Forty one when the germans invaded right the soviet union and like you pointed out all the attention went to fighting off the nazis and nuclear physics got back burned so those scientists were put to work instead on other things right so while they got a pretty early start and they had like. They're making some headway to As you pointed out earlier you know the the war was much more pressing And though scientists they they put them to work on things like radar and shit right Because that was seen as more important for like immediate right now But there were still a couple of scientists that were working on vision anyway. One scientists in particular. Peter l. pizza A he was actually the one that that Came up with the idea that it would be good idea to use a uranium bomb to fight the germans So they let them keep doing his thing but they didn't really give him a whole lot to work with the second challenge. Here is just manpower and resources Like i said before the most of the soviet union's top scientists were working on more conventional technologies which produce an immediate impact on the war. Ray like conventional bombs conventional radar. Things like that were useful right now..

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"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"soviet" Discussed on Bro History

"Physicists They i guess they understood that through nuclear vision they could develop an extremely powerful bomb but they only had a theoretical understanding. So by the eve of the nazi invasion the soviet union lacked any type organizational setup for large-scale project therefore despite their theoretical understanding they lack the technical billy to to apply that to an actual bomber. Weapon or warhead. And you know there. There were nowhere close to being able to build a bomb in nineteen forty one but this bomb becomes an issue again and this is what i found really interesting and i think this kind of Kind of create a really interesting conversation from here when they got wind that the west was building one and The way that historian. Not thomas holloway puts. It is that the become the bomb became an issue in the soviet union when they noticed that the western physics journals no longer published articles dealing with nuclear vision so they concluded that they must be working on a bomb and After that stalin authorized a small scale project at the academy of scientists for the investigation into the possibility of an atomic bomb in nineteen forty. Two and Idir Kurchatov was appointed the director of this project. So a lot of things to unpack right here. But i think the first thing we should do we start off with the basics. What is vision. Because we've talked about this in previous episodes You know with the iranian nuclear program or lack thereof iranian weapons nuclear program. But right what the hell is fucking fishing. We did an entire by the way on nuclear weapons versus nuclear villian programs. It's like a two hour episode. And i'll take the pepsi challenge on that danny breaks it down better than anywhere else. You're going to see it so anywhere else. We're gonna listen to it so listen to that past episode of nuclear weapons programs Versus nuclear civilian programs at bro history. Because it is an awesome episode. Danny breaks it down to t but explain what is what is vision. My grand explained. Jimmy nikiel vision done..

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"soviet" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"soviet" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"By clicking on the link in the shouts the history of late czarist-era slash early soviet era. Censuses isn't great. The country had undergone an incredible amount of turmoil over the last several decades and gathering data during that period was difficult to say the least the previous proper census occurred way back in eighteen ninety seven by czar nicholas the second even then when things were relatively peaceful taking a census in russia was a difficult proposition. Russia is big really big back in eighteen. Ninety seven wasn't very developed so there were lots of communities that were very difficult to reach after eighteen. Ninety seven censuses were attempted during world. War one in the russian civil war but for obvious reasons. The chaos of the times made an accurate count next to impossible. The soviet union finally completed a census in nineteen twenty six under lenin. However this didn't go great. The soviet union was still rather new when there was still a great deal of opposition berle areas by the time the nineteen thirties world around stalin was in power and he wanted to show the rest of the world and to the rest of the soviet union. Just how great things were in a meeting with party leaders in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. He said the following quote. Everyone says that the material situation of workers has dramatically improved. That life has become better and more fun. It is of course true but this has led to the population to breed much faster than in the old days. The birth rate is higher. The death rate is lower in the pure population. Growth is far stronger. It is of course good and we welcome it now. Every year we have a population growth of three million souls. It means that every year we grow as much as two whole finland unquote stalin viewed population growth as a proxy for economic success while they hadn't done a census in over ten years. The estimates by the statisticians were that there were one hundred and sixty million people in nineteen thirty and based on john's claims or should have been one hundred and eighty million people in one thousand nine thirty seven forty increase of thirty five million people since the nineteen twenty six cents. The entire sense of stalin was scheduled to take place on a single day january. Sixth one.

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"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"I think it's still considered relatively offensive in parts of Old Europe and in certain families for sure. They still don't take to it. I have gotten a lot of authors. Actions that was unexpected from people from all parts of the world to me. It's a it has a an unusual meaning. I I picked the words mainly because they sound it need to gain and then as I tend to do I assign meaning to things that shouldn't have any meaning assigned to them. So I have my own personal reasons for keeping the name, but honestly, there's not much there. It's just it sounds neat and I like the word chicks. I think it's an interesting work. I mean would you I mean you say you've got some personal reasons, but would you mind sharing them or what not for keeping the name? Well, you know, when you when you hear the word Soviet you think of maybe like, you know, the Soviet Union and old-style socialism and the concept of the worker and the greater good and with with with chic's you you think of this this almost like cartoonish demonic temptress and you think of propaganda cartoons and just these awful IDE but people have they're just kind of like painted with hate and you have just these two things that don't necessarily have to be awful things off and Yeah, it's basically when ideas become bigger than themselves and they they they get construed into caricatures a monstrosity these and they don't have to be not to project he comes to those things up. Yes it is and I'm not saying anything positive about the Soviet Union, but I think I just think the word Soviet in and of itself is just as nasty unusual idea and it doesn't have to be it's just it's just a it's a busy word. But like I said, I didn't think of anything when I put the words together. But yeah. It's about overcoming Temptation for the greater good that's that's the tagline. I have my head when I hear Soviets shakes and I don't know why it doesn't matter. It's just it's it's a great tagline, huh? What was that again? Overcoming Elder coming adversity for the greater good overcoming adversity wage. The song title if I ever heard one overcoming adversity for the greater good. Okay, so we're going to more or less the end. And so will it like if you've got a bulb out out to somebody or if you want to pitch a new song or merchandise, where can we find Chris Sean and Soviet 6 on the internet? Where can we help support you? All right. I I'm not a big believer in Facebook. I've had much more positive interactions than experiences through Instagram. So off Instagram would be the medium. I would like for you to reach out to me if you were so inclined to to engage with the project Soviet chicks s so it's instagram.com backslash Soviet wage. And of course there is a.com Soviet shakeshack.com and you can access everything from music links to Spotify and iTunes to to the links to the book if you feel so dead. I need to check it out to our YouTube page or there's live videos and music videos and that sort of thing but first and foremost if you want to keep up with us Instagram is the way to go for sure. Okay, cool. Maybe one last thing maybe a spring this on you. It's called your your new favorite song. So what is Christian's new? Favorite song Who what is my life itself? I have a hard time listening to a lot of contemporary music right. Now. I find myself we talked about Jim Morrison earlier. I've been listening to the Soft Parade wage too much here lately. So.

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"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"It would have been taken very seriously in most of the world nowadays. I think it's still considered relatively offensive in parts of Old Europe and in certain families for sure. They still don't take to it. I have gotten a lot of authors. Actions that was unexpected from people all parts of the world to me. It's a it has a an unusual meaning. I picked the words mainly because they sound it need to gain and then as I tend to do I assign meaning to things that shouldn't have any meaning assigned to them. So I have my own personal reasons for keeping the name, but honestly, there's not much there. It's just it sounds neat and I like the word chicks. I think it's an interesting work. I mean would you I mean you say you've got some personal reasons, but would you mind sharing them or what not for keeping the name? Well, you know, when you when hear the word Soviet you think of maybe like, you know, the Soviet Union and old-style socialism and the concept of the worker and the greater good and with with chic's you you think of this this almost like cartoonish demonic temptress and you think of propaganda cartoons and just these awful IDE but people have they're just kind of like painted with hate and you have just these two things that don't necessarily have to be awful things off and Yeah, it's basically when ideas become bigger than themselves and they they get construed into caricatures a monstrosity these and they don't have to be not to project he comes to those things up. Yes it is and I'm not saying anything positive about the Soviet Union, but I think I just think the word Soviet in and of itself is just as nasty unusual idea and it doesn't have to be it's just just a it's busy word. But like I said, I didn't think of anything when I put the words together. But yeah. It's about overcoming Temptation for the greater good that's the tagline. I have my head when I hear Soviets shakes and I don't know why it doesn't matter. It's just it's a great tagline, huh? What was that again? Overcoming Elder coming adversity for the greater good overcoming adversity wage. The song title if I ever heard one overcoming adversity for the greater good. Okay, so we're going to more or less the end. And so will it like if you've got a bulb out to somebody or if you want to pitch a new song or merchandise, where can we find Chris Sean and Soviet 6 on the internet? Where can we help support you? All right. I I'm not a big believer in Facebook. I've had much more positive interactions than experiences through Instagram. So off Instagram would be the medium. I would like for you to reach out me if you were so inclined to to engage with the project Soviet chicks s so it's instagram.com backslash Soviet wage. And of course there is a.com Soviet shakeshack.com and you can access everything from music links to Spotify and iTunes to to the links to the book if you feel so dead. I need to check it out to our YouTube page or there's live videos and music videos and that sort of thing but first and foremost if you want to keep up with us Instagram is the way to go for sure. Okay, cool. Maybe one last thing maybe a spring this on you. It's called your your new favorite song. So what is Christian's new? Favorite song Who what is my life itself? I have a hard time listening to a lot of contemporary music right. Now. I find myself we talked about Jim Morrison earlier. I've been listening to the Soft Parade wage too much here lately. So honestly the.

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"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"In the newer stuff that hasn't been recorded that will be recorded in November of this year off. But yeah, I'm definitely using it as an emotional fuel for sure. Okay, and because I don't got Parts one two, and three. Yes, that's right. And I mean they're also on Spotify to the I'll put the links on to those as well. But is there any Dune sort of say you should listen to the minimum wage? In order or just dropping in and you can jump in and out. It's totally fine. There is a book. Should I sell that actually took reinforces the narrative a little bit it's it's called his time with sex death in God. It's available on amazon.com and it puts the the the tracks from the month. He pees in the correct order and there's a piece of two of poetry that kind of helps seal the deal so to speak as well, but you can listen to it. Anyway you once you've most people nowadays like this pop in listen to a farmer to make their own playlist that sort of thing and that's totally fun, but there's more there if you want it for sure. Now the song demonized that's not part of that that that's from Melancholia. I think it's not right. I've been saying Melancholia, I believe it's the pronunciation. I think it's one of those words. It's you know tomato tomahto you can you can do whatever you want and across the pond. Do you guys have your own inflections for sure. So how about it. Saya Americans and British divided by a Common Language? It's it's it's interesting. But anyway Mellencamp Melancholia. Yes, that's that's the most recent song by Soviet shakes and we released it in February within tensions to to kind of run around on it and then the the pandemic happened so we shut down everything. But yeah, it's it's all u p which we use to kind of express ourselves and stretch out from the constraints of the three sort of the 3 Series EP because we were so focused on that sound that I was working on that I wanted Dead..

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"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"Definitely some elements in the newer stuff that hasn't been recorded that will be recorded in November of this year off. But yeah, I'm definitely using it as an emotional fuel for sure. Okay, and because I don't got Parts one two, and three. Yes, that's right. And I mean they're also on Spotify to the I'll put the links on to those as well. But is there any Dune sort of say you should listen to the minimum wage? In order or just dropping in and you can jump in and out. It's totally fine. There is a book. Should I sell that actually took reinforces the narrative a little bit it's it's called his time with sex death in God. It's available on amazon.com and it puts the the tracks from the month. He pees in the correct order and there's a piece of two of poetry that kind of helps seal the deal so to speak as well, but you can listen to it. Anyway you once you've most people nowadays like this pop in listen to a farmer to make their own playlist that sort of thing and that's totally fun, but there's more there if you want it for sure. Now the song demonized that's not part of that that that's from Melancholia. I think it's not right. I've been saying Melancholia, I believe it's the pronunciation. I think it's one of those words. It's you know tomato tomahto you can do whatever you want and across the pond. Do you guys have your own inflections for sure. So how about it. Saya Americans and British divided by a Common Language? It's it's it's interesting. But anyway Mellencamp Melancholia. Yes, that's the most recent song by Soviet shakes and we released it in February within tensions to kind of run around on it and then the pandemic happened so we shut down everything. But yeah, it's all u p which we use to kind of express ourselves and stretch out from the constraints of three sort of the 3 Series EP because we were so focused on that sound that I was working on that I wanted Dead. Stretch your legs and see what we could do. So we we did three very different types of songs and put them out as an EPA and I mean because demon I think when I I thought you said about demonizes it's like Johnny Cash meets the doors at a thrash metal festival which which I mean, you know, you've got this very deep baritone voice just be like Johnny Cash but you're seeing like Jim Morrison, especially on that song, you know, it's a really got that feel of riders in the storm. And that's kind of yeah, what would you call it? Kind of dreamy type of vibe going on? Yeah transferred like satanic crooner. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. Well, I mean, it's called Gemini. So I mean, yes, probably the right way and it starts off with this. We got the snares and Like a Kick Drum. I guess think so base wage. And and the horns going on there in the background and very simple risks a bass riff you playing the bass Riff on left. No, no. that would be Ricky de Mayo my basic package cream laying down the base for us on that track..

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"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"Hi and welcome to your new favorite song and this week. I'll be talking to Chris Sean from Soviet six about their song ever leased recently called demonize name is Chris all the way from Nashville. How are you? I am very good. How are you today? I'm pretty good. I'm quite excited really glad that you agreed to talk to to be today about about yourself off. And the first of all I think it would like to maybe get a bit of an introduction who you are where you are and a bit about the band as well and what you do sounds good to me. I'm Christopher Sean and Soviet shiksa is the the name of my I guess you could call it a solo project. I'm formerly a backing musician that played baseball singer-songwriters and multiple bands and things like that and got kind of tired of nut writing my own stuff or performing my own thing. So I recruited a band and home. Started playing shows upsetting audiences and Nashville and all across the southeast and Northeast United States and serve as a solo project, but you don't do all on Thursday. Yes or no. I do not do it all on my own. I do write the songs. I do structure them. But but the band members I have recruited they they write their own Parts. They have their own pieces. We like to say Schultz on the pretzel. I play with the full horn section live. I have an amazing Rhythm Section. Yeah, they're talented musicians and honestly would be totally different without them. Okay, and are you also in other bands that you are in or just friends for this project actually off all the musicians. I'm playing with them this project. I had never worked before like I'd played gigs with bands that they had worked with just they're just musicians I had found dead. In town working with other groups in other musicians because you're in in Nashville, which is like the the center of the United States music industry. I guess we like to think we are the center of the world. Well, you know this I'm pretty sure. I mean what we understand you all have a pretty a pretty half of the music scene there. Yeah..

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"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"soviet" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"Hi and welcome to your new favorite song and this week. I'll be talking to Chris Sean from Soviet six about their song ever leased recently called demonize name is Chris all the way from Nashville. How are you? I am very good. How are you today? I'm pretty good. I'm quite excited really glad that you agreed to talk to be today about about yourself off. And the first of all I think it would like to maybe get a bit of an introduction who you are where you are and a bit about the band as well and what you do sounds good to me. I'm Christopher Sean and Soviet shiksa is the name of my I guess you could call it a solo project. I'm formerly a backing musician that played baseball singer-songwriters and multiple bands and things like that and got kind of tired of nut writing my own stuff or performing my own thing. So I recruited a band and home. Started playing shows upsetting audiences and Nashville and all across the southeast and Northeast United States and serve as a solo project, but you don't do all on Thursday. Yes or no. I do not do it all on my own. I write the songs. I do structure them. But but the band members I have recruited they they write their own Parts. They have their own pieces. We like to say Schultz on the pretzel. I play with the full horn section live. I have an amazing Rhythm Section. Yeah, they're talented musicians and honestly would be totally different without them. Okay, and are you also in other bands that you are in or just friends for this project actually off all the musicians. I'm playing with them this project. I had never worked before like I'd played gigs with bands that they had worked with just they're just musicians I had found dead. In town working with other groups in other musicians because you're in in Nashville, which is like the the center of the United States music industry. I guess we like to think we are the center of the world. Well, you know this I'm pretty sure. I mean what we understand you all have a pretty half of the music scene there. Yeah..

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"soviet" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"soviet" Discussed on WJR 760

"Pm eastern seven PM Pacific. I hope you'll watch it lied. You can always tape it. We're gonna talk about real Russia collusion as a matter of fact, Soviet collusion, and the democrat party, not what you think we're going to dust off some of the history books with our friend. Professor, Paul Ken gore. And we're going to go into specifics about how Ted Kennedy conspired with the Soviet KGB the Soviet Kremlin to try and defeat. Ronald reagan. We're going to remind people about Alger hiss at democrat, a senior official at the State Department of became a confidante of FDR during you alter as they were discussing dividing up Europe. The problem was this was providing information to the Kremlin at the same time. Many Democrats defended here, of course, they never ever interested in what Ted Kennedy had done, and there's going to be a lot more. So you're really going to enjoy the show. Remember, it's like radio Levin TV what I'm doing on. The FOX program is trying to disseminate information. One gas two at the most for the entire hour. We'll we get into heavy substance. It is the only long form talk show on cable. It's the only one. And so I've agreed to do this for about another year. If you like it, great if you don't that's fine too. But if I find people aren't interested. I'll retire from that particular format. But I think you are. You know, we have the worst time slack because I told him give me the worst time slot. That's like radio with the worst time slot and yet we perform because of you. So I hope you'll check it out one other thing. All over the internet all over websites all over radio. Podcasters are pushing their podcast. I have no problem.

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