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Who Was Karl Marx, and What Were His Philosophies?
"With glance at Karl. Marx's curriculum vitae says a lot economist philosopher journalist sociologist political theorist historian. Add to that socialist communist in the original meaning of the word and revolutionary and. That's just a start. Karl Heinrich Marx was one of the most respected minds of the nineteenth century. His meditations on how societies work and how they should work have informed and challenged humans for more than one hundred and fifty years. Yet to the uninitiated marks may be only a bushy mugged symbol of revolution the father of communism the hater of capitalism. He's considered by many especially in the West as the man whose ideas spurred authoritarian communist regimes in Russia China and beyond that again is selling the man short. Because it's not entirely right in his book Karl Marx. A nineteenth century life author. Jonathan Sperber wrote viewed positively. Marks is a far seeing profit social and economic developments an advocate of the emancipatory transformation of state and society from a negative point. Marks is one of those most responsible for the pernicious and features of the modern world. If nothing else marks was a keen observer of the human condition he was deep finger with bold ideas about how to make life better we spoke with Lawrence Talmon who teaches a course on marks and philosophy at the University of Chicago and is the CO author of a chapter on Marx and Marxism in the rootlets. Handbook of philosophy and Relativism domine said Marx himself was first and foremost kind of scientist. He was a student of reality but he himself struggled throughout the course of his career. How exactly to put his ideas to politics. It's important to note that despite his one time lofty standing in what was then the Soviet Union marks was born in tier in the Kingdom of Prussia in eighteen eighteen. That's what's now known. As the Rheinland area of western Germany. After the failed German Revolution of Eighteen. Forty eight marks fled to London where he eventually died in eighteen eighty three. He's buried beneath a large tomb in London's highgate cemetery. Inscribed with the words workers of all lands unite but marks grew up privileged the son of well off and liberal parents in an ancient town that had been racked for decades before his birth by Warren Revolution that upheaval cultural religious and political shaped his parents and was a big part of young. Marx's upbringing later marks attended universities studying law and philosophy where he became engaged to and later married a Prussian baroness it was well studied philosophy and law that marks introduced the works of German Philosopher Yard Ville Helm Friedrich. Hegel whose ideas he used to later. Form his take on Communism Marx began a career. As journalists early twenties writing for radical newspapers in Cologne and Paris the route he consorted with other liberal minded philosophers and by his mid twenties met and collaborated with one of the major influences in his life. Friedrich Engels it was angles who convinced marks that societies working class would be the instrument to fuel revolutions and bring about a more fair and just society in eighteen forty eight the to published a pamphlet. That would be the basis for a new political movement. The communist manifesto in eighteen eighty three after Marx's death engels summed up the main idea in the communist manifesto like this quote that economic production and the structure of society of every stoorikhel epoch necessarily arising therefrom constitute the foundation for the political and intellectual history of that epoch the consequently ever since the dissolution of the primeval communal ownership of land. All history has been a history of class struggles of struggles between exploited and exploiting between dominated and dominating classes at various stages of social evolution. That this struggle however has now reached a stage where the exploited and oppressed class. The proletariat can no longer emancipate itself from the class which exploits and oppresses it. The bourgeoisie without at the same time forever. Freeing the whole of society exploitation oppression and class struggles domine explained marks was always concerned to understand the real underlying causes of social phenomenon the events and institutions that kind of shape the social world marks wanted to kind of dig down beneath the appearances and see what was really going on early on in his career. He thought that the best arena to do that in was philosophy and then as time went on he transitioned more into the social sciences. What's most important about marks is that he very much had a kind of engineering mentality about society he wanted to know. What makes it work? And how if we want to change it do we change it. What are the levers that we have to pull? Marx's eighteen forty seven economics work capital a critique of political economy a takedown of capitalism that decried the exploitation of the working class crystallized debate one that continues today between the West's ruling social and economic theory capitalism and Marx's idea of communism too many. It's a fight that hits rich versus poor bourgeoisie versus proletariate ruling class versus workers. And it's even more than that to those who debate it. It's right versus wrong. An argument about the best path to a perfect society. But that of course is very simplistic and doesn't get Marx's thinking right the Allman said above all else the association the people have with marks is that he some Utopian Pie in the sky dreaming a perfect world that is free of all the nastiness we live in now really that couldn't be further from the truth. Marks had a kind of engineering mindset. He was probably of all the major figures in the history of political thought the most practical the most realistic he was the most concerned with what is really possible. In the real world what marks to find as communism boiled down society that produces goods only for human need not for profit and in which there is no master slave royalty peasants owner worker relationship and therefore no need to overthrow. Anybody certainly clashes with the materialism of capitalism. But it's a long way from what many today see is communism to after the Russian revolution of nineteen seventeen and later under Joseph Stalin's reign some of Marx's ideas along with those of Ladimir Lennon were used to build a new empire. Millions were killed along the way similarly millions died in China under the rule of Mao. Zedong's Communist Party domine acknowledged. It's hard to even talk about what marks out of communism without dragging in all the weight from Soviet Russia and Communist China and obviously a lot of people hold marks responsible for that or -tarian rules like Stalin's and malls were not what Marx had in. Mind it's important to note too. That Marx did not hate capitalism. He actually saw some virtue in the system. He saw it as a necessary precursor to communism and he envisioned some of the technological challenges automation unseating workers for example. That are true today. Domine explained marks was very impressed with the kind of progressive character of capitalism by forcing people from all different walks of life into the same workplaces capitalism. Kind of breaks down. The old divides between communities and so things like race and gender religion. Divide people less. The more people are forced to see each other as equals in the workplace. Marks recognized marveled at the economical and technical growth the capitalism begets and saw it as an improvement from previous societies. Later in life. Domin says mark suggested that a growth capitalism might be a way to move toward communism instead of all out revolution but he still saw communism with no master slave dynamic as the end goal in that way and in others. Marx's idea of communism was far from the atrocities that have been committed in the name of communism elsewhere and his ideas are still perhaps strangely many a beacon and a search for a better way of life in that this practical and deep thinker of the nineteenth century still has relevance in today's world. Dahlman said marks was so committed to giving a kind of rational criticism of everything not just the enemy but to himself in everything he was willing to criticize the old modes of life and show how capitalism kind of improved on them but he was also willing to criticize capitalism and show how we could foresee improvement coming in the future. That is still hopeful vision.
"soviet russia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Listening to an episode of dimension x the Universe the Robert heinlein story as originally broadcast on Thursday August second nineteen fifty one in the newspapers of that Thursday sixty eight years ago these these were some of the headlines Dateline Tokyo Pyongyang Radio declared last night it is now cleared the American ruling class as opposed to restoration of peace in Korea and then if the two stocks are ruptured it is entirely at their responsibility. The charge came in a tirade against the buffer zone proposed by the United Nations to steam this would give allied troops control of good slice of North Korea. Pyongyang's said it would never accept this line meanwhile from U._N.. Advance Headquarters in Korea Korea the U._N.. And Communists elegance adjoured they're critical talks on the Korean armistice buffer and announced another meeting would be held tomorrow. An ally communique said they were still L. deadlocked and from Washington Secretary of State Dean Aitchison yesterday declared uncompromising opposition to the Communist Pozzo for setting up a Korean buffer zone on the thirty eighth parallel. He says the mine along the army stand during any armistice must be defensible line and experience has shown that the thirty eighth parallel does not meet that requirement Wyoming Dateline Washington President Tumen yesterday selected a Salty Semen Admiral William and vector as his new chief of Naval Operation Vectors Vectors nomination sent to the Senate with a request that he be confirmed as successor to Admiral Force P Sherman who died July second and Italy where he was on a special mission dateline Washington suspension of trade concessions to thirteen communists lands effective August thirty first was ordered yesterday by President Tumen Red China is included among the areas to be denied reduced tariffs on their exports to the United States acting. It's the direction of Congress the Chief Executive The basic proclamation proclamation authorizing denial of low tariff benefits to the Soviet Union or to any country under its domination dateline London Britain is now building building atomic bombs. This supply ministry spokesman disclosed yesterday this nation vests ends appeal hair monopolized by the United States and Soviet Russia Britain and Canada senator help the U._S. developed the bomb in World War. Two Dateline Jersey City New Jersey for men tried to crack a dry cleaning shop save early Sunday with the eight and electric fan before our men walked into the dry cleaning shop on Saint Paul Avenue tied up the night watchman and went to work on the safe. They started your break. The combination Nathan with metal punches but their first while set up a tear gas bomb fumes too much and they had to leave watchmen said they came back a few minutes later with them electric fan they went to work on the safe again but the band didn't clear out the fumes fast enough so they gave up for good though some of the day's top news stories as reported in the newspapers Thursday August second one thousand nine hundred fifty one on your radio dimension X Universe which continues now on Classic Radio Theater Theater. I want Mr Harlington Mike Cabin please go quietly. McFarland global has a hatred of superior beings which is unfortunate but quite proc-.
Explainer 169: What is going on in Moldova?
"Moldova's forays into the headlines are rare explainer seeking to explain Moldova should probably therefore start with the basics. It's just next to the top, right hand corner of Romania alongside the border with Ukraine population, three million and change about the same size as Belgium independent since the collapse of the Soviet Union in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. If you have read or heard much about Moldova before, now it has probably been about the part of Moldova that wishes it wasn't part of Moldova. This is the strange geopolitical normally of the Preakness strove, Ian Maldivian Republic, better known as Transnistria a sliver of land squeezed between the Dniester river and Ukraine, which operates as a sort of Soviet Russia theme park. Transnistria still erect statues of Lenin flies. The hammer and sickle on its flag and has become a staple destination for chortling travel. Writings. Also in the least visited country in Europe. The fact is that more people visit my local Tesco every day, the visit Moldova every year, but it is in Moldova proper, where curious things are refute this week to the extent that as we go to where it's not entirely clear who if anyone is roaming the country. A Russia, this question has been imported for one society for years. And these elections are out exception through main players through Bharti's that will likely for the parliament, socialist party that has pro Russian Democratic Party that is rather for your being Italy formed position. Block are Coon, that is strongly, breer, opinion of these. Its roots in Moldova's, most recent general election back in February. It was a close run thing, the pro Russian socialist party finished first, but the pro e u Democratic Party and a alliance finished a close second and third respectively. Nobody had a parliamentary majority. Confusing matters further, where plausible allegations of vote-buying ballot stuffing and other shenanigans largely on the part of the socialists. Disdain to happen, and then people will regain their trust in the country, and then we'll start building democracy will strengthen the state's accuses which would what for citizens and not for some could be. After some months of inconclusive wrangling, this past weekend, the pro Russian socialists and the pro e u a alliance agreed to form an unlikely governing coalition to be led by the alliance's, Maya Sandhu previously, Moldova's minister for education, who would become prime minister Moldova's eighth prime minister this decade, the country is no stranger to political crisis. Cutting us Ohka. Tara. The legality of this arrangement was challenged by Democratic Party leader and Feltham, Leslie wealthy oligarch Vlad to blow hot New York v socialists and ako headed knitted that the principal common core's was preventing plot New York becoming any more powerful in Moldova than he already is plot. New York claimed vade narrowly missed the ninety day deadline for the certification of election results to form a new government, and that president eagle, Dodon himself, allied to the socialists, should therefore, have called new elections, Moldova's constitutional court known to be heavily staffed by associates of plot New York. Agreed with this interpretation of a technicality. Suspended president Dodon and replaced him with previous prime Minister Pavel Filip of Vlad, plot nukes, Democrats, as temporary acting president, Philip dissolved parliament and Cole. New elections for September sixth. But president Dodon Andy socialist ako alliance have refused to recognize this directive, this meant that by Sunday, roughly everybody in Moldova had grounds for suspecting nefarious hidden forces had enacted, a coup, d'etat against their preferred party by Monday, the socialist coalition. And the Democratic Party were each acting like they were in charge conducting Simitis rival cabinet meetings in Chisinau, Moldova's capital, Maya Sanders ministers met in parliament, parvo Phillips, in government house, students of history, will be aware of how will having to governments at once usually works out for a country. As to what happens in the days and weeks ahead, the only reasonable hope is, as little as possible, obscure local difficulties in this part of Europe have had a habit of spreading Russia, which has fifteen hundred troops. I'd like next door in Transnistria says it backs the socialist ako coalition. The US the EU and NATO have issued cagey statements calling for restraint dialogue and so on, but essentially respecting the February election results, and therefore, the socialist Achim coalition. There are some causes for up to mizzen the socialist Achim coalition is effectively, a government of national unity yoki together Moldova's pro Russian conservative forces. And it's pro e u center. Right. Which means it has support among all dove is all the generations, and it's younger urban middle classes as well as from Moscow and Brussels, it does in theory command, a handy, parliamentary majority. And if it has taken a stand on the principle, that one businessman shouldn't get to run an entire country. That surely cannot be a thing. From twenty four I'm from.
"soviet russia" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"I mean, hell even Pacific rim. No monsters shit. We're all fucking crazy looking in shit. Yeah. Boy, like the creatures in this especially like, the fat one. That was in a hallway that's shit creeped me to fuck out. I was like, okay. You got me with that one. That was like disturbing. I mean, they seem like they're taking from the books. Very literally. And I mean, of course, the books did stories are real well. Yeah. That's what they're trying though is the point in the books as they were trying to portray these scary stories as something that was like they found ten people with the the scariest story in the world. And it's all true. And okay, but it's based on like folklore and legends and stuff like that. So still. I've actually excited about this. No, I am to this looks like it could be good. But like I said the beginning someone a dialogue is really kinda bad. It was bad in the book, though, there was there was okay. There's a scene in this isn't a dialogue related just cheesy and has been done, and I'm sticking into horror movies where the kids getting dragged under the bed in her nails scraping floor. It's like I'm so over. I've seen it so many times movies. I'm like can we stop doing that? Like, it's not. It's not scary anymore. They did same Ramey. Didn't Spiderman two with doctor octopus dragging some bishops grinchey scraping look. Okay. Once you put it in superhero movie. You can't put it back in a horror movie again any ski, right then work like that. But one of the the bad dialogue lines were when the girl she's like, Hugh, don't read the books the books read you and I was like, okay. What does that even mean? What it reminded me to joke from the Simpsons were like the day. They oh that was me like jokes about Russia and shit, and it's like in Soviet Russia, car, drives you it was just. It was just like, I don't know. What does that mean? The book reads, you what why have anybody say that? Now, maybe that's a line from the book that's beloved and people are like, oh, she said that they could be I only ever read one of them has one of them had a clown on the front not like a real clone. But like a Joaquin Phoenix clown. Okay. And it creeped me out. Okay. Dude..
"soviet russia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This organization of five oh, one C three supports those marines are in these special operations reconnaissance community who have died for this nation over have been severely wounded in combat. Thank you for that. Me to make that personal message. Let's go back to your calls. I'd like to talk about the strange caller we had with regards to Notre Dame. Let's go to line four Ed at you with us. Dr Gorka is a professor of history. I have a great deal of respect for you. What you do and my wife is a political refugees from the Soviet Russia. So we also we also have great respect for you and your family. Thank you. And just real real quick here. I wanted to say that the caller called in before about the Jesuits and the harm. They did. The Jesuits did a lot of good. They the Dominicans. They talked about the the rights of the indigenous people. People should really research that a little bit more carefully. Martin Luther King day want share a brief quote from Dr king that I think is relevant to America right now. He said, he lamented the fact Dr king in one of his sermons. He said he went into the fact that right and wrong today are relatives to the likes and dislikes customs particular community and said that this mentality is put a tragic breakdown objective, moral standards. So Dr king was a man like his niece who stood up for objective truth. And that's the problem. The left doesn't believe in our objective truth. And that's why we're in trouble. We gotta get back to God and truth is the truth that will set a scrape. Thank you. That's actually one of the points of one of my chapters in why we fight this idea that truth is just plastic and you get to define this by yourself and that everybody has their own individual truth. It's not true. There's only one if truth is a word has meaning there's only one truth. You're right. This is the left's goal if they can make it completely subjective than anything is possible. This is what we're fighting. Remember, what spot icus or the Senate is set in the Cavagnaud hiring? What Cory Booker said he used the phrase. Truth. There is no such thing as her truth. That's ridiculous. Either an event occurred or didn't occur either Cavanaugh is a serial rapist or he's not there's no alternative opinions. But you're absolutely right. Thank you for calling for nailing, it that is the challenge that we face. Now, I'd like to give you a personal challenge to think of at least one thing that you no longer do that you wish you could do you miss some sports activity that.
What's holding back Russia's economy?
"Put that into perspective that is slightly smaller than the economy of the state of Texas and about the size of New York state's economy. California's economy more than fifty percent bigger than the Russian economy. And in a lot of ways, it seems like Russia's economy should be a lot bigger than this, especially given some of its natural resources. Russia is one of the. Top three producers of oil in the world. It's one of the biggest producers of natural gas and it has huge reserves of nickel, aluminum, palladium, yes, rush again, be Biegel. Russia should be Sergei Alica Shanka is an economist with the Brookings Institution. He also served as the deputy chair of Russia's central Bank in the nineties and circuses to understand where Russia's economy is now, you're actually have to go back to the nineties Cold War had distended. It was a new chapter for Russia's economy. The transition from plan centralized socialist economy to a more open economy was wrenching in chaotic and full of cronyism and corruption. But eventually companies from all over the world did start coming into Russia, like Pepsi Dannon, BP, McDonald's, and starting row nineteen ninety nine. The Russian economy also started benefiting from oil prices which started going up and up and up and Russia's economy followed. This was just as a young ambitious official name. Vladimir Putin became the prime minister. The beginning of the twentieth century was maybe the best of the most successful period old Soviet Russia, economic history between nineteen ninety and two thousand eight Russia's economy tripled in size, and then the global financial crash happened Russia's economy tanked, and it's bounced around a lot since then. Now the Russian economy though is about the same size as it was a decade ago, did that's may be the most painful side of the story that Russian economy lost momentum. This momentum. Meanwhile countries like the US, Germany and China have recovered and grown since then. So what happened to Russia? Sergei says there are three major obstacles that have held Russia back from the global economic party. Of course, the major problem for the Russian economy was they declined oil. Prices. Oil is Russia's biggest industry by a mile. It's the government's biggest source of revenue. So when oil prices fell during the financial crash from a high of more than one hundred, four. Eighty seven dollars a barrel to about thirty dollars a barrel. It devastated Russia's economy. An oil prices have fluctuated a lot in the time since and they are pretty high right now, but selling oil has gotten more complicated for Russia which brings us to the second reason that Sergei says that Russia's economy has stalled, wisdom, sanctions below, can access to financial markets and imposing something on foreign direct investment going to Russia western sanctions. These were put in place in two thousand fourteen after Russia invaded Ukraine. The US and other western nations tried to get Russia to pull out of Ukraine by blocking it from doing business with many foreign companies. Putin refused to negotiate the sanction state in place for the last four years. Russia has been cut off from a lot of foreign trade and investment investment. These, like if you'll for your car, if you have fuel, you may dry. Your engine will walk. If you have no investment, economic will grow. But circa says the biggest thing holding back. Russia's economy is not oil prices or even sanctions. It's something a lot closer to home elect of pro property right protection, a lack of proper property right protections. Sergei says this makes doing business in Russia, very uncertain. Even for Russians, you might have thriving business doing really well and making lots of sales, and the state could just take it or someone with connections could just take it and there's not that much you can do. So it's it's worries about corruption that it's actually these corruption is only
"soviet russia" Discussed on WRVA
"Sixteenth which is a week away a week away okay why why russia okay hey you've been following the twists and turns and the interesting things that fall out of the closet in terms of human origins having to do with southern russia in the last few years yes they've been fighting some civilizations go species and all that stuff there is a there is a cave called vanessa for which this group of archaic humans called the dennissova yes and host to be giants huge guys we talked to the soviet you've got oh my gosh i'm so glad you're on the show the reason they're beginning the reason that putin and trump or getting together is because russia owns the third leg of the triad of the ancient human species and they came from someplace else they were big they were large where would you grow large human beings who have the same dna as we do but they get so much bigger where the one place where you would get big people mar mars yeah kosh amazing come home and the this book is going to be all about the dates or we're going to preview it on on saturday night my friend ron we have decided midnight midnight we haven't take a break right now richard hall in oakland just dropping a bomb on us from the lions of sidonia the denisovans soviet russia we are now at a focal.
"soviet russia" Discussed on Dude Soup
"That has about ten people it makes me think back to tomorrow children saga where that game kind of kind of came out to to no real fanfare and then interest window interest dwindled and then ultimately there was this really small tight knit community still left in those tomorrow children's servers that they had built their own little world and there was this really really sad piece i read about how the servers were shut down all their little characters in the game were like holding or whatever to like the last minute to hell is this sort of it got an ounce twenty twenty fourteen i wanna say three or x twenty fourteen i think maybe even and it was supposed to be a game where it was oh they're all dead now remember station of like a functional communist state and you were these little workers and you have to stand in in like food lines and ebay it stand in lines for everything i'm really starving soviet russia and you're saying this game died communism doesn't con concepts funneled into these systems in this game production and and socialism in yeah needless to say didn't quite the mass kadi had this little niece community that was all about it and then these little characters they were all like holding vigil right till the end went down and it was just beautiful little little story imagine the like the head of it at that sony office was like somebody was like really they're all holding hands we shouldn't shut it down he goes.
"soviet russia" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Yeah i got to get over that see that's one of my torture loops you're a great poker player the thing is that whatever you're born with is what there is to heal that's what i know so you can't go your whole life and fight against your own chemistry your own makeup your own genetics your own parenting to me i put all of that in the same category nature and nurture to me are the same things because all it is is throwing up stuff that needs to be healed what happened in someone's marriage it highlighted something in you that needed to be healed the guy that cut you off in traffic thank him he gave you something and showed you something about you that needs to be healed it's like it's never to do with the other person it's to do with how much are you willing to take up the growth opportunity that your life and other people provide you how does a baby grow specifically babies being born depressed well let's say you're born with what they would have not not exactly it was say baby is born we are all born perfect whole and complete yeah if you're born it doesn't matter if you have an invisible illness okay that you're predisposed to for example that your serotonin is not going to work properly your dopamine receptors not going to work properly maybe you have attachment disrupted when you're a baby right so now you're through your whole life you're going to be anxious every time somebody leaves you i used to say that it was a comic i used to joke about that i say i get upset when my husband leaves the room because i had i didn't realize i had an anxious preoccupied attachment now does that mean that i wasn't born whole perfect and complete or does that mean that i was born whole perfect incomplete and then because my mother looked at me in a bad way one day because maybe she had gas or maybe for six months in soviet russia she had whatever she was going through truly didn't like you maybe she didn't maybe she wasn't sure about being a parent.
"soviet russia" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"Leeway to the civil service to essentially make up its own mind as to whether somebody was belonging to either nazi bund or communist party groups so this becomes a very interesting window between that point of the nazi soviet pact and our own alliance after nazi germany attacked soviet russia our own alliance with the soviet union that we had throughout world war two so in that window we see the us government carrying out or beginning to to carry out this law which required the government to figure out who was on who is in these groups and martin dies at the time was the chairman of the house in american activities committee and he took this charge very seriously he was a democrat he was a democrat from texas absolutely he had been a good friend of roosevelt until he decided to go after not only nazis and fascists but also communists in his investigations of trying to figure out subversion in american life but he was able to compile due to this law and the justice department activities and fbi activities as a result of a list of some i think it's over eleven hundred federal employees who also were involved in a variety of communist front this makes joseph mccarthy about whom we'll speak momentarily i imagine sima piker by comparison he hit list of fifty as i recall about fifty seven which would expand is he found out more but yes this list included the likes of alger hiss the likes of harry dexter white and other notables who he would later discover had committed all manner of treason and influence operations loyal to stalin advancing soviet port foreign policy goals now what happened was we did end up in this alliance with soviet union and the roosevelt administration was never particularly happy with what martin dies was doing and roosevelt himself did not want anything really done with this list the dis list i actually have a copy of it myself which came to me from stanton evans but it's an amazing artifact that shows the extent to which the government had already been penetrated we can look back and see the absolute in action taken ultimately by the government this would be buried this would be lost to us this would be.
China's premier promises 'wider opening' of economy
"Punishing beijing for the us procedures intellectual property theft from american businesses premier li ka chung has reiterated that china doesn't want to see a trade war speaking at the close of the annual national people's congress in beijing lee said china wants balanced trade and also wants the us to ease restrictions on technology exports he also pledged that china will further open its economy including the manufacturing sector if there is one thing that will be different from the past it is that china will be even wider with its economy so integrated into the international economy closing its own door will only block china's own way that was chinese premier li ka chung let's get some more headlines from around the world bags khloe thanks marcus independent chemical weapons inspectors have arrived at porton down a u k military sites in wiltshire to test the nerve agent used in the salisbury poisoning the use of the uk unqualified solidarity in its investigation into the poisoning of a former russian spy and his daughter meanwhile russian president vladimir putin says claims about moscow's involvement are nonsense prime minister theresa may says she still believes his country is culpable this agent was one from a group has nava chunks that were developed by the soviets russia has the capability and believe and intent and this is part of a pattern of behavior we see russia across europe needs to take place this morning which could bring down norway's government it comes after the christian democrats which hold the balance of power in parliament said they had no confidence in the justice minister beanbags finding sarah reports the debacle started with the controversial facebook post by the country's justice minister on us now resulted in a potential blow to the centreright government traders are likely to take the turmoil with a pinch of salt as norway's economy is in a recovery mode and the country's sits on a one trillion dollar fund in also hispanics at bloomberg daybreak europe police in texas believe four explosions rocked the city killing two people of the work of a serial bomber austin's police chief is brian manly the belief that we are now dealing with someone who's using trip wires shows a higher level of sophistication a higher level of skill and so now what we are imploring the.
"soviet russia" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"It's a postsoviet capital it makes you know looks like las vegas on steroids but there's a a mythic impulse behind the city why it's being constructed and i decided to explore it very deeply so you take umbrage obviously with the the notion that astana is the world headquarters for the aluminum body well yes let let's get the the canada the bag right there astonished is not the aluminum capital of the world the aluminum body it instead had a very short lived existence about twelve years from seventeen seventy sixty seventy eighty eight and has been hyper mythologised ever since we could go into that perhaps later but because of the architectural features in the capital it has only led to the same ominous conclusion surely the hand of the aluminum body has designed this building i mean it is merged out of soviet russia it was the least likely to succeed at had a twentieth century of nothing but hardship and turmoil and yet out of nowhere with this this this capital almost like rising up like a phoenix out of the ashes is become the geneva of central asia and so for me that was a enough of a it was kind of like the stinks all over again i saw something there and my academic sensibilities hunch kind of brewed and i thought hm this is worthy of further exploration and i had no idea that it was going to lead to the bulk nuts is now widely circulated.
"soviet russia" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Here it's a postsoviet capital it makes you know looks like las vegas on steroids but there's a mythic impulse behind the city why it's being constructed and i decided to explore it very deeply so you take umbrage obviously with the the the notion that astana is the world headquarters for the body well yes let's get the the canada the bag right there astonished is not the aluminum capital of the world the aluminum it instead had a very short lived existence about twelve years from seventeen seventy sixty seventy eighty eight and has been hyper mythologised ever since we could go into that perhaps later but because of the architectural features in the capital it has only led to the same ominous conclusion surely the hand of the aluminum body has designed this building i mean it has emerged out of soviet russia it was the least likely to succeed at had a twentieth century of nothing but hardship and turmoil and yet out of nowhere with this this this capital almost like rising up like a phoenix out of the ashes is becoming the geneva of central asia and so for me it that was enough of a it was kind of like the sphinx all over again i saw something there and my academic sensibilities a hunch kinda brewed and i thought hm this is worthy of further exploration and i had no idea that it was going to lead to the the buckner is now i think widely circulated so why did what motivated now's by the.
"soviet russia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Architecture of the capitol just beckons further attention so it's as you mentioned in the prologue it has a glistening glass pyramid giant ufo many other odyssey oddities of architecture and the general consensus of the of the buildings or the interpretations of them were were very superficial and i felt there was something much more deeper brewing on here it's a postsoviet capital it makes you know looks like las vegas on steroids but there's a mythic impulse behind the city why it's being constructed and i decided to explore it very deeply take bridge obviously with the the the notion that astana is the world headquarters for the aluminum body well i yes let let's get the the cat out of the bag right there astonished is not the alumina capital of the world the aluminum it instead had a very short lived existence about twelve years from seventeen seventy six to seventeen eighty eight and has been hyper mythologised ever since we could go into that perhaps later but because of the architectural features in the capital it has only led to the same ominous conclusion surely the hand of the aluminum has divine this building i mean if merged out of soviet russia it was the least likely to succeed it had a twentieth century of nothing but hardship and turmoil and yet out of nowhere with this this this capital almost like rising up like a phoenix out of the ashes is become in geneva of central asia and so for me it that was enough of a it was kind of like the stinks all over again i saw something there and my academic sensibilities a hunch kind of brewed and i thought hm this is worthy of further exploration and i had no idea that it was going to lead to the the book that is now widely circulated so why did what motivated by i have the i i think we have to call an autocrat.
The Latest: UN believes Russia responsible for chemical attack
"Shared intelligence officers and the prime minister pulled no punches over who bore ultimate responsibility for the attack this is speaking none of the actions we take intended to damage it activity or prevent contacts between populations we have no disagreement with the people of russia who with being responsible for so many great achievements throughout history many of us look to the post soviet russia with hope we wanted a better relationship and it is tragic that president putin has chosen to act in this way but we will not tolerate the stretch to life of british people and others on british soil from the russian government nor will we tolerate such a flagrant breach of russia's into national obligations of british prime minister theresa may speaking this week she also revoked an invitation to russia's foreign minister the royal family she's also announced that the royal family would not attend the world cup fief as world cup which is this year in russia also on wednesday nikki haley the us ambassador to the un said that the us believes that russia was responsible for that chemical attack and urged the un security council to act russia has denied this act of what's been called attempted murder and has said it will respond appropriately john sopol there are a lot of moving parts of this obviously a huge story in the uk i'm not sure what we should necessarily take away from all this as the top line what we learned this week is it the growing diplomatic tension between the u.
"soviet russia" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"I and they can put strands together you wouldn't believe and they can make developing biological weapons easier the win united states in soviet russia experimented with them during the cold war and speaking of the cold war you know here we are again in the twenty first century and i said a few days ago that the cold war's on this new cold worley they've created the cold war hot piece here we are in the middle of the hot piece cold war where it's all about cloak and dagger attacks they've already made a comeback in fact just said about the nerve agents that were used i think it was last week on a russian man who spied for the british sap brother last year you know different nerve agent a few other things and this is why i think you know what president trump we need to be very careful that when he goes to north korea because kim jong hoon poison his brother with some nerve agent or something and i think there was another guy he got shot with a canon or something i mean i mean this guy's insane and i i wouldn't put it past him to poison donald trump's food here he is eating simple gawky and what happens he or some kimchi and bam he's gone i mean you can hide anything and kimchi it tastes like tastes like ass i would never eat kimchi again it's horrible got shot with a canon or something i mean i mean this guy's insane and i i wouldn't put it past him to poison donald trump's food here he is eating some pogo key and what happens or some kimchi and bam he's gone i mean you can hide anything and kimchi it tastes like tastes like ass i would net for eight kimchi again it's horrible sure sure from bird flu and several other things to things too that's how they're gonna that's gonna make the virus there kentucky fried chicken they give.
"soviet russia" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Earlier at a great jerk greg jarrett who says at that a campaign can not pay a foreign national uh to be part of a campaign and so what he is stating is since the basically a christopher steel was a british dole woodhaven gradiska it will be okay but that let's say that today that that this people inside the ukraine oto tied to soviet union load from soviet russia gave and uh it did to a the dossier to the a two of the democrats or lights of gross i don't know what what he is okay as long as no money involved yeah yeah yeah anybody can give you anything right anybody from around the world can give you anything that they want the law the lawbreaking would be uh not disclosing how those campaign funds were were used which you're supposed to do which they said basically was just legal fees and they use the you know the the the general umbrella a of the law firm to do so many a slush fund right right well you be using a legal firm is sort of a slush fund use the money without without without being transparent on it and that's already there's been a lawsuit filed on that immediately within 24 hours there was a a lawsuit five forgot the group that filed its stating that look they broke federal campaign laws doing that and the other law would be an and and i don't know i again this is what greg jarrett said is that by pain christopher steal your pain a foreign national even if it's indirectly through the the you know through the of law firm pain fusion jeep ps who then.
"soviet russia" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A country that was the heat by the soviet threat soviet soviet russia at the time was that big threat to us freedom and in any eu at survival that right really that that threat and beating back the soviets it bring everyone together and and the disastrous administration of jimmy carter brought up brought everyone and got a guy oh my gosh we happened we have to beat him in a general election but remember the cato institute by 19 88 after around reagan had flat tariffs on japanese need motorcycle 45 percent tariff to save harleydavidson beat the cato institute 1988 wrote that may be wong article about how ronald reagan or not a free trader and how how republican shouldn't follow in the footsteps of someone who would put temporary tariff on steel and protect and entire american industry and that was the beginning of of the real expose of what was happening and the republican party it was it was the beginning of a crackup that took a long time to really put lore shallower you're a big fan of donald trump even to this day i know when we were in florida together last was it february and a news back yum knows max news max put put that dinner together you and i are at the same table remember that with a lot of fun it was a lot of fun i was a great dinner that night at and more but you say you say that trump's agenda should not be taken in isolation but it is really the fulfillment of a movements yearning so having said that and be a big supporter of donald trump ice i assume you still a great supporter do you think he can survive what's being thrown at him that's not attack i mean the i don't know i don't have an answer to that i do i do think that he he he's best suited to actually bring the country back from from what is that if a pathetic state and i will he be successful and i don't know at the at the at the contend with the media that want him impeached and a democrat party that want to destroy i prosecutor that a completely untethered by any accountability uh a and a republican party that want to go back to the old days when they got fat happy in the middle class got how so so.
"soviet russia" Discussed on The Liturgists
"And then find site they have cancer that doesn't mean they're not a hypochondriac dot just lesar hypochondriac t happens to have the thing that they think they half right just like you that free is just 'cause you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not i too gassy right which means you have the structure of a paranoid delusional individuals but the fbi could be i to get you but it doesn't mean you're not paranoid delusional in fact the fact that the fbi all right to get you just helps highlight the reality of your paranoid structure okay the reason why i am saying this is because actually this this is coal skift gooding skip goldeen is when you take yukon knots fierce your lee ruikun this uram suffering your own difficulties so you put it onto something else and you think that's the problem in in fascism obviously you know stereotypical fascist group is against the jewish community and the jewish community or he had it traditionally because they have the education system they have the banks the monetary system and they have been used they have the media and so they are they are skip good at and the fascist community says if only we could get rid of them then everything would be create but actually is the jewish community dot ally the fascist community to avoid a confrontation with the room crisis with the problems that exist within it so if you look at soviet russia crew locks were seen as the enemy of the people to krulak soon the means of production.
"soviet russia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We had were so you know that's how they got them they basically had some pretty tremendous buying capabilities and we didn't know they were working on it uh we we did not know that we were getting back only if you will um the they're spies were that good and so we didn't know they were that far down the path and had so much much of her plans by the time we found out it was a little bit too late to uh to afford a two day have the capabilities of flying a you know over to our country with a nuked the moment we found out that he had one the truth is we didn't know how far along they were and soy anc in that case it was difficult for us to put up any threat if you will without knowing what to capabilities were and i think also there wasn't a stomach for another war well would have been a short wore though if we had nukes no question about it how many are all we you know went in there might not have been any war all we should have done was say you're not going to develop a new end of story we're going to monitor what you do because we do not want to use them against you like we did the japanese but if you continue with your program we're going to end the program i mean what kind of a world would we have today boy you if we were the only superpower the only one good question and i think uh and i agree with you the difficulty is whether or not we can actually monitor that you're we think we can do that with iran and the truth is we can't weeks when we actually signed an agreement with soviet russia we can't even do it with north korea you can't do it.
"soviet russia" Discussed on WRVA
"We had were so you know that's how they got them they basically had some pretty tremendous spying capabilities and we didn't know they were working on it uh we we did not know that we were getting haq only if you will um they're spies were that good and so we didn't know they were that far down the path and have so much much of her plans on by the time we found out it was a little bit too late to uh to two did they have the capabilities of flying a you know over to our country with a new the moment we found out that he had one the truth is we didn't know how far along they were and so i think in that case it was difficult for us to put up any threat if you will without knowing what to capabilities were and i think also there wasn't a stomach for another war what would have been a short wore though or if we had nukes no question about it all we have you know went in there might not have been any war all we should have done was say you're not going to developing nuke end of story we're going to monitor what you do because we do not want to use them against you like we did the japanese but if you continue with your program we're going to end the program i mean what kind of a world would we have today boy you if we were the only superpower the only one good question and i think uh and i agree with you the difficulty is whether or not we can actually monitor that you're we think we can do that with iran and the truth is we can't weeks when we actually signed an agreement with soviet russia we can't even do with north korea you can't do it tori north korea in a we signed the treaty with uh or an agreement if you will with russia soviet union not to develop bioweapons and these violated that for two decades across you know their entire continent billions of dollars spent we had no clue it's it's it's just unbelievable the situation we're in right now so either now you you either annihilate everybody including your cells or you try to create the humanitarian thing.
"soviet russia" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show
"So how you choose your leaders and how you control to keep your focus and to your vowed to follow your values sure so supersonic thank you for knowing that the mr paying attention i coined the phrase in in my company called honey empire it maps what my ambition is which is i want to build a multibilliondollar organization and kill everybody and put everybody out of business and that's that's business right that's the game but i want to do it in a honey way honey over vinegar internally it's very important to me that everybody gets along not because i'm mother teresa but because i believe that when people get along you go faster wonders less politics you're spending more time undoing and not sitting at your desk debating why karen is trying to ruin you right and so the the way i took it is it has always been my belief it's the biggest way that i turned my family business and grew it's so greatly so many people here can be empathetic to this i walked into my dad store and he was running it like soviet russia right he was running it where he didn't trust his employees heating like a place like against like a lotta people may know here in a communist environment everything is black market and you don't trust and that's what it was and then when i came in it's not my natural demeanor i flipped it and i saw the benefits very quickly and it's been and in general i just like positively i'm crippled by negatively so for me a couple of things when i pick leaders i talk to them up front and say listen you could be the greatest chief creative officer of all time.