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"stephan de" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"It's eight nineteen in Saddam seven nineteen here in london and the dutch investigative journalist. Peter are debris is still seriously ill after. He was shot on tuesday night in the street in amsterdam. Mr de vries made his name exposing the criminal. Underworld and has in the past needed. Police protection will to manage in court on friday charged in connection with the attack. But let's get the latest now from steph under this. He's european affairs correspondent for urine news and ban on newsradio based in amsterdam. Good morning stephan. Good morning could you just bring us up to date with the latest. Please on mr teresa's condition. well actually. There's no news issues about his Condition he was admitted to hospital on tuesday nights and since then we have no news about his situation other than that. He is fighting for his life and property. The family does not want to disclose any details about his health. But he's still in hospital and still Endanger lives still in danger. He's a huge figure in the netherlands. Meteors isn't he. Yes absolutely is not only a journalist. He's also known for helping Victims of crimes helping parents princeton's who've lost who who who have been or they. He's looking helping to look for murderesses. He's he's very well known. Figure in dutch media is always present in talk shows and actually it was also a tanks. You were just describing the significance the importance of peter out of reach not just a man who conduct investigative journalism but this is a man who helps victims of crime and he prepares them for He he also prepares witnesses for dangerous murder. Trials in the netherlands doesn't he i mean he is absolutely steeped endanger absolutely and he's also one of the vices of one of the main suspects in huge crime drug related crime case in eleven currently and which this case A loyal already has been killed. Also the brother of this suspect and so pizza is the advise of the legal adviser of the suspect. Who's in prison So there are suspicions. Maybe this is linked to his role as an advisor to this Through this criminal There's no proof of the it's about the connection about a connection with these other two murders but indeed He was threatening you. It's but always refused to be protected by police he's known for his is quite phlegmatic. Stoic actually really He's he's a tough guy and he presents himself like i always said in public. I don't want to be protected by the police so His life a presence in new in new risks and unfortunately indeed on tuesday dot nights victim of a very brutal attack. How did we get to the stage. Where in in a city like amsterdam. A man can be gunned down. Yes absolutely. it wasn't only in the heart city but also on a oma night with include daylight with a lot of people in an district. You can prepare to so with boss So proves that the it probably the organized crime Who's behind this attack Wants to show that. They are merciless. that they are not impressed by police And and that's the reason. Why probably they choose to attack him on broad daylight in a very busy street It was also a disadvantage for forty attackers because they have been arrested. Well these suspects of course in this at this stage there have been arrested within an hour of the attack because there were so many cameras All the highways in the netherlands there are cameras everywhere that check license plates. So they ha- they could get within an hour because the computer recognized their license plate so It was a very a daring attack but also not very smart anyway because they have been arrested so quickly but it shows that the organized crime in the netherlands is really ruthless There have been some very high profile. Murders in the last couple of years The lumia of the suspects That was also a client of pizza out of freese basically. He was murdered in clear united front of his house in amsterdam as well two years ago so this is considered as an attack on democracy as has had the prime minister of the netherlands will very many media and journalists like myself a very short of course that again a murder in broad daylight in such a public figure to saddam And it's it's it's very strange because it's it's otherwise very free and peaceful country but there is a real War in the in the world's going on with people using very heavy Heavy arms and police is is basically helpless in in the fight against these These organized crime These criminals he mentioned the prime minister. Grises i think this is an attack on brave journalists and on free journalism which is so important for our society Over in germany the german journalist association has said this was intended to silence critical and courageous journalism a deliberate attempt to intimidate journalists to report on organized crime and as part of the netherlands journalists community. But what's been the reaction from from where you are from from the people you work with your colleagues yes. We're all shocked at school was learned it almost directly. I know him personally. I've worked with him on. Tv shows he. I don't know him very well but he is really One of the main figures in dutch journalism. It's very hard to watching television. Show in a week. You see these twice or three times a week on television and this already since twenty twenty five years so he is really One of the major journalists in analysis and that he's attacked in such a brutal way unclear daylight in a free fifty like i'm saddam It says something about the climate and lost news. Is that the police now. Today is starting to increase protection of high profile. Figures like judges Lawyers but maybe also journalists the police does not want to disclose any details about these new protection measures But it is. It is a paradox action. You it's it's such a free country and at the same time People like peter out a free. Dad lives are danger because in doing their work but it shows also that there is a big problem with international organized in the netherlands. there was sometimes The police find in these very heavy arms. These are not the simple revolt for so pistols the the mafia us in the nineteen nineties or eighty. S these these almost war Type armstead the police find so it shows something about the level of danger Connected with organized crime in the melons and yeah when they started attacking journalists that first they came for the lawyers now journalists it is a very dangerous escalation and so far. The minister of justice does not really have an answer. Apart from the fact that from from today more a well personalities. Famous personalities are better protected by police. But there's also another problem that the surface that is responsible for protecting. Vip's ace is not having enough personnel. That they're looking for hundreds and hundreds of agents Being able to protect people. Simply if there there's no stuff so that's another issue It it is a very complex situation and unfortunately out the freese has paid a very high price for his is freedom of speech is is. he's a bravery And he's now struggling for his life in an saddam hostile. Do we know why the netherlands has such a bad problem with organized crime. Well it is of course a Major crossroads in europe with the port of rotterdam It is very centrally located. So he's always has been and a very important part for the Arrival and distribution of illegal drugs from all parts of the world and of course the dutch police is very experienced finding these dr- truck traffic trafficking But there was also the last ten years an increase in the level of violence between several gangs between several organized crime groups The mexicans are very firmly based also in the netherlands. Colombians Chinese moroccan It's a really crossroads of many different drug lords and The the violence is really increasing in. It's not clear why but it is definitely affect that the Level of violence is well. It's quite choking actually and the police of course is trying to do everything they can To find this groups but they simply don't have enough manpower to do what needs to be done stephan de race joining me on the line from amsterdam. Thank you so much for joining us on monocle. Twenty four the time is seven thirty here in london a quick summary now. The latest world.
"stephan de" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"stephan de" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast
"That they create for example tidal redacted would like to see if it's twitter promotions generated by the custom url capability are performing better than linked in so watch. This person's talking about here is We have a capability to have a custom tracking code in your you are and you can make it whatever you want. Ab testing and whatnot. And and if you go in the lipson account and you click on content and then you go to the links embed button and you click that and you get to pop up at the top. If you're on the advanced four hundred megabyte or greater plan you'll see a little things tracking code and you can type in whatever you want to be there and that will be a code that gets added to the url and then that will be in the stats and and that is at the bottom the stats so when you start doing the tracking that gets tracked at the bottom of the stats section for stats coat. That only appears when you actually have created the custom codes it will not be there for any shows that do not have the custom code generated yet or had generated in it but having got any download so once you get a download for custom code than it it just pops into the system on it. There is nothing it just goes away doesn't show in our system and then folks per the custom code for stats again. That just go to custom content in your account then click embed code for that and you will see if there and if salima question from the same person says. Is there a way to locate the ghana. Url for a specific show. I plugged in different show. Titles slugs but can't generate or find a direct your to furniture euro. I go into the gun app on my iphone I find the show in question. And then there's a place to share the show. And i use the e mail option and includes the link to the show. That's the only way i've been able to find the link that's at least that's the easiest way i've been able to find a gun like there may be other ways but to me. He's going to the gun app. Find your show and then share the show via email email yourself link and then you can go linked to that on your web page awesome cool and now we have our first email. I'm excuse me. Are i audio feedback of this. Helo robert elsie. This is stephan de shine from the nature living show and i. You are the first people for whom. I'm creating a recording on my new m. v. seven sharon visa and microphone. It's beautiful too beautiful thing. I'm it's got good sound. Did i need another microphone. No i have a at least a dozen microphones. I have a problem. I need some help. But that's not the reason that i am sending your comment today I receive an email from pandora and rather than me reading it. Because i don't want to impart any tone. I will let the.
"stephan de" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
"Eighty filmmakers might instead of. Welcome to indy. Mogul podcast episode. Forty six now. I should mention that we are recording this podcast over a video call so you will hear a bit of difference in audio again doing this bizarre living crazy times but we have amazing guest here today when the subsidies cinematographer stephan de blasio. Acs has shot married such as jungle and upgrade leading up to biggest studio film yet the invisible maximum so imagine my surprise when he told me that he actually dreamt of being a conqueror an early age targeted imagery. Let them to this point so we will be covering all of his journey as part coming up until this point as well as a little bit of what it's like st. Vincent's now if you want to know more about the experience you mean visible man actually video and on the indian youtube channel originally break into everything regarding the camera lenses placing check that out after this episode but on route one episode. Forty six of the cast. Well let's do this. how are you doing. How are you doing having doing really good..
"stephan de" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
"Filmmakers might instead of. Welcome to indy. Mogul podcast episode. Forty six now. I should mention that we are recording this podcast over a video call so you will hear a bit of difference in audio again doing this bizarre living crazy times but we have amazing guest here today when the subsidies cinematographer stephan de blasio acs he has shot married of such as jungle and upgrade leading up to biggest studio film yet the invisible maximum so imagine my surprise when he told me that he actually dreamt of being a conqueror an early age targeted imagery. Let them to this point so we will be covering all of his journey as part coming up until this point as well as a little bit of what it's like st. Vincent's now if you want to know more about the experience you mean visible woman. Actually video and on the indian youtube channel originally break into everything regarding the camera lenses placing check that out after this episode but iran route one episode. Forty six of the cast. Well let's do this. how are you doing. How are you doing having doing really good..
"stephan de" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show
"Show. Thank you as has always for listening again. My name is Stephan de Shine. And I'm your host for this podcast. And the owner of barracks nature spark and thank you. To Samantha. Who Helps? Let's put the show together and keeps things organized you can find links as I mentioned on the website nitrous dot com. And please keep sending your comments. It's in your suggestions. I always appreciate getting them. The show's email address is contact at nitrous. Living Show DOT com. I hope you enjoy the show That you'll join us again for the next episode of the Nitrous Living Show this episode of the natures living show was brought to you by bare oaks. Family Nature Park traditional nature values in a modern setting traditional values. Means that nature ISM is more than just taking your clothes off often. It is a life philosophy with physical psychological environmental social and moral benefits bare oaks family. Nature's part strives to promote those natures values in a modern setting that provides the amenities and services that are members and visitors. Expect Free Your Body three your mind learn more at. WWW dot barracks dot ca Through uh uh-huh uh-huh Uh Nice thing about this pageant. Contestants intestines are being judged on the reality of their own judges work clothing so not to show favoritism one hundred thirty some closed some not all having a great time..
"stephan de" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The JV show. I'm Doug Stephan de general, horn J, Jerry Keven is out today. Holy good thought for her. So she will be back on the Morrow or soon as possible. Not sooner CARA. Schilling is here we all are available for comment on Twitter at DJ show or Jennifer horn, or at sea, schilling H I L L E anyone to communicate with her or me at Doug Stephan. So the this I'm looking. This very frustrating time for me. I have many liberal friends, and I have many conservative. I am eager to listen to points of view from both sides. And that's why we have Jennifer here's where we have here. And so I sort of find myself in the middle a lot of people don't like it when someone is in the middle. I make up my mind. It's not like, I don't have an opinion or thought, but I don't always come down on the side that people might expect me to come down on. I'm not predictable. So when I look at some of these disgusting pictures that I see in El Paso, for example, the way the migrants are being treated, I I'm disgusted looking at it. But I'm also disgusted going back. And thinking about the cause of this. I didn't cause this you didn't cause this. We didn't cause this. Although there are a lot of people who say. Oh my God. This is awful. We're running concentration camps. We may have a choice in this. The choice is whether to just let them come in like ants coming out of an ho and going wherever they wanna go or to have some sort of of credibility is at their word. I don't know what the where it is for the border. We have a border for reasons. Shar do you want to have a border or do you not want to have a border? Do you want us to own Mexico? Maybe we just by Mexico. And then it becomes the fifty first state, whatever it is. I find these images first of all the distorted the story behind him. But there still are. There is the people criticizing us because the way we're handling it. I don't either I think they don't either understand or there's some kind of warped sense of of reality to think that this is okay for people to just flood into the country. And if you wanna flood in and be on your own, I suppose, maybe that's one way of handling it. You don't get anything from me. You get nothing from the government. You want to be here you make it on your own. That's it. And that's not what's happening, and it has not been with happened. And it will continue to not be what happens because that's not our sense. That's our credo when people come here. Give us your tired. Your poor huddled masses all that stuff. But there was some organization to it. I had a whole afternoon last week in Ireland talking with people who were descendants of folks that came to America during the potato famine. There was one family twelve members of the family got onto a boat. They paid the equivalent of today. What was well back then was three dollars and for some of them that was three months work, three months wages to get onto a ship that took three months pretty much almost three months to get here from Ireland and half the people on the ship died. This one group is one family of twelve only six of them survived and they came here with a purpose and intention. They didn't want anything except an opportunity to survive is see I think that's wh- unless I'm missing something here, and these people that are coming from El Salvador and wanna Malla and the in southern Mexico wherever they coming from. If they do not survive. Five or can't survive or they come here because they don't have they say, they don't have a choice that may be maybe true. Maybe they're no different than the Irish who came here fifty years ago, but the Irish didn't expect anything except a chance to make something of themselves. I don't get that from many not all I think there are plenty of people who come here in this group who are looking for chance to make it on their own. Far many more. That's part of the problem is that a lot of these people who are coming over. Here are being told by the people who want to traffic them here about they're telling them, they're making, you know, falsehoods about our laws our legal system that protections. They get all of that. And that's part of the problem here is that most people in Central America are looking for more opportunity. No doubt. But they're being sold ability by these people who either want to take their money or they want to make drug mules or whatever it is. And that's that's real issue. Is that people come here expecting one thing and finding a completely different reality. Right. Yep. Yep. So I'm not about the business of feeling bad in terms of the way, these people are being treated or that they expect they should have something better. I think whether they know it or they don't some of them do some of them don't as to what to expect when they get to the border. It's but they are being sold ability goods because a lot of them are completely uneducated. That's true. And people promise them, this that Gimmie three thousand dollars, and I'll bring you to the land of milk. And Honey, that's what happens with a lot of these people. But it's pretty all of this. That's pretty disgusting. Actually, next up some biz news here. Delta Airlines top of the major rankings of US air carriers. The twenty ninth annual airline quality rating system put delta in the number one spot spent the last two years in second place jet blue came into southwest was three Alaska was four frontier. Was at the bottom of the well, no Americans at the bottom of listen frontier is next to the bottom. And why it is an American says, oh, gee, I wonder why we are rank so poorly because your service sucks and a lot of your people are just awful. And the planes are crap. That's why you're on the bottom of ballista American. So people say, well, why do you stay? I asked myself that pretty much every time I get on the plane, you build up miles with the certain. Move away from that it is. Yeah. Delta has tried to really upgrade themselves over the last several years service next too. So here's how it works. Let's see number one is delta number two is jet blue, and that is appropriate. Yup. Southwest. I don't agree with his three Alaska's four let's see here. United is five. Some of the meaningless airlines are kind of in there. Then at number eight is frontier number nine is American on the list of nine of the airlines that are operating in America. So anyway, Americans too big one hundred thirty thousand employees, delta has eighty and this just. It's my own fault. I guess I in that circumstance because I do exactly what you just said. They run five flights a day between Boston and much more convenient. Although now JetBlue is running four flight today from Boston L A. That's the route. I've I've traveled most for the last twenty years. So anyway. Other travel info motel six getting sued as to pay twelve million to settle the suit. The claim is illegally disclosed the private info of some of their guests to immigration enforcement agents. Torney general Bob Ferguson from Washington state sued motel six twenty eighteen lawsuit alleging that ice agents visited motel six locations and requested guest information without probable cause. And they got it. I say came in when there are a lot of Latinos in the area, and they look for Latino names just give us a list of who staying in motel right now. To me. Business. Yeah. If ice came to my business, though, I'd probably cooperate with them. Every other story is about this damn immigration stuff. It really is. It's eating away at the core of our country. Forty four hour here on the JV program. No one ever said.
"stephan de" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Guys. By the way, I feel like just going back to that point. I feel like this is in in Maryland's day. This is the modern way we would say it now is hashtag treat yourself, which is you know. Know you deserve a twinkie every once in a while. Yeah. I would say, that's yeah. You know? I mean, why not you yolo? You know? I mean, or whatever today's people's will say that ironically. Yes. Yes. I I r- honestly saying it then. One you might as well. Twinkies? All right, cool. All right, guys. Let's get into the beefy segment and this one is. The beef. And this segment is all about questions that people are just dying to have answered and we are just living to answer them. So. Of it sounded like on that little introduction to the beef. It sounds like you're passing some beep. Hold on let be and let let me write on the board. Let me just tally one more time than Anthony made. A poop joke. Okay. That's on their one thousand four hundred seventy six good. Okay. So this is the part where we answer the questions. Let's just dive right into this tasty beef and Gillan so question one brought to us by our fan, Georgia. Thank you so much jaw job Anthony since you have read not. Oh, yeah. You did you crazy guy? Kyle. Would you like to read I question? Yeah. I'll bring my level-headedness to this question here. All right. Yeah. Brought to us by Giorgia. How do I get my confidence back? I've always struggled with my confidence. However over the last few years I'd become much better. This was until I got to Uni I'm assuming short for university. And I feel like I'm right back where I started. What can I do to help me gain some confidence again? Sincerely on the fence of confidence. I like. That's like a fallout boy song. Totally be a fall out. Boy. All the of. Donana there, man. It's pretty talented that you know, they can inspire an entire. Well. I don't know what I'm saying. Anyway. Okay. So I don't know about fall out boy to be honest. Defensive about whether or not, I know. So what can I do me gains confidence again? Okay. Well, maybe stop being a nerd, and maybe you could like, you know, skip some classes or once in a while ago smoke cigarettes outside the the school. You know, like just be cool man like or whoever you are just be cool. You know, like, maybe roll up a pack of cigarettes in your sleeve like like, they did in that that book or that movie or book that became a movie, the outsiders or the outside, and yeah, just and Reese your hair, you know, like be cool. You know, like, no, but your confidence back, but you know, it was much cooler than the outsiders was the smash hit bestseller, the insiders and bow was all about all about the stock market. And the the wolves of Wall Street, so. The rich addicts that beat up on the outsiders. Oh, the so that's the socialists, the socials the insiders was the outsiders. But based off of the perspective of the show Che's. Just about fucking with some poor people. And then one of you gets murdered cheeses. Oh shit. It's five pages. Long. It's really sad and abrupt. Yeah, dues were just said. Oh, yeah. We're just begging chicks and chugging back forties. And then more party Ayers. Yeah. Mardi just died. And we're like, oh, well what else just by new one? And then. Kept on living. Good. I don't know how they fuck and talked us. They're not surfers from California. Sorry. Yeah. Muddy on the boys were just hanging out on the street. Fucking. Twenty. News boy, like, oh, it was a legal at the time. So we had to knock on the doors and the pass code. But I'll tell you what there Johnny boy. Oh, Janis dead. The end. Fucking done. Golden money pit stay gold. And. Stay gold and Scrooge mcduck steak. All right. So you wanna get your confidence back? This is what you need to do. You need to wake up you need to look at yourself in the mirror, and you need to just go bare just bring all of your flaws to the table and to the mirror, and you need to look at them head on and you need to tell yourself. I am a gli. I repeat it like ten times. I am ugly. Then what you do is. You're going to do. It's kind of like a symbolic. Symbolic exercise, but you put on clothes, and then you hide all of your defects. So then you put on pants, and then you say, I am less ugly. And then you put on shirt and realize that like a Russian I'm just forgetting my definite articles. I less ugly. And then glasses and then spectacle, glasses come on face. And then you say I hide most of the fact of Bobby, and then you just keep going and fuck no let's start over. Okay. Fuck I just don't feel very confident about this. When you to go in and then and then bear bear yourself. But I thought you should just become a bear. How in the world? Do you do that? I just caught up in some sort of genetic experimenting. And become a bear. Of course, that would be more cool. But how how does one even do that? Do you just read a lot of animals until you uncover the secret? And then you just go to the air. And then it find out what he did. And then do that replicate replicate, the experiment and become a bear? I don't think it's an experiment. I think the power is possessed by its owner. So what you have to do as his animal tradition is murder the possessor of that spirit animal transformation. And then it will be passed onto you like find all the bears in the world and murder them. And one of them will be an animal, and you will get that power. Well, that person might be in their human form. So by that logic murder all humans until you get the all humans and bears until you are bare. Okay. Hold on. Let me just capture. All of those words, you just said and this. You're close it up. Put it in the recycle and let's start fresh. Let's not murder any bears. Let's nominate or any humans. Let's murder that lack of confidence. Let's assassin that's taken aback and get rid of it. Just like. Karen, it's lack of competence like Italian people do. Yeah. So Anthony, we're going to give you another chance. What's another way to get that confidence? Okay. You should start with a French tuck put your T shirt in the in the front part of your of your below your stomach. You're gonna tuck that t shirt into your pants, and it's going to look awesome. And then you're going to get some prints. PRN teas. On your T's on your on your on your shirts, and you're gonna wear those. Anthony, I'm sorry. But I just cannot resist the urge to buddy in here and just say how fucking dumb the French tuck is I know where you're going, and I feel like ninety nine percent of what you're about to say is going to be great, but bringing back friends, but can we just talk about fucking queer eye and the fab five I love them. But I love how some of them do not get credit where credit is due like, Bobby the designer. We does their fucking house. It gets renovated and he's all by himself. And he's just sweating away. He gets like two seconds of airtime. And he's like, yeah. I'm just gonna try to caps late all the feelings memories. And good things that these people have have come across across the years, and then just put that into fully renovated house and then fucking tan comes in. And he's like, I just go for the French talk. And that's it. That's his fucking thing. He goes shopping with them. And then just like French talk say what you want about the French tuck. But it's so French, and it's the talk, and it's fucking ridiculous. I don't even like the way it looks. It looks shitty. So Stephan de you're stuck no, I would I do a Swedish talk where I actually tuck in the back of my shirt. But then the front is all lose. If you want to do a Hungarian tuck, that's tucking in the sides. 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"stephan de" Discussed on The Starters
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