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New opportunity to boost Indonesia-Australia economic ties - The Jakarta Post

Between The Lines

12:55 min | 1 year ago

New opportunity to boost Indonesia-Australia economic ties - The Jakarta Post

"Few international problems in the post world war. Two era have proved difficult for our nation as development of friendly policy towards indonesia. Just think about it. Jakarta's annexation of west papua in nine hundred sixty to the attempted coup d'etat and successful counter-coup by the indonesian army that was nineteen sixty five the invasion of as. Taymor seventy five. The dili massacre ninety. One the east team or mission in ninety nine. And who can forget the controversies over terror. Attacks live cadillacs bullpens successive wives of boatpeople this spying revelations and drug trade and of course those executions so has president jarkko daito or jacuzzi or jacoby as he's known has. His visit marked a new era in australia. Indonesia relations this week to cowie was only the second indonesian leader to address a joint sitting of parliament and he came to camera bearing a gift. He's approval of the trade deal between our two countries. Greg feely is associate professor of indonesian politics at the australian national university's college of asia and the pacific and diming kingsbury is professor international politics at deakin university in melbourne. greg damian. Welcome back to our in. Thank you now damien. Does that you kelly visit this week. Does that maka a dramatic breakthrough in australia. Indonesia relations look it's a really positive sign and it does mock an improvement in relations but i don think in itself comprises an entirely new relationship. It's just a step in the right direction. Okay so the the relationship still presumably dogged by bitterness and suspicion but it was obvious support and even warmth towards education from both sides of politics gregg fairly. Yes that's right i think The y.`all would characterize it is the jacobi visa was building on the breakthrough which is the comprehensive economic partnership agreement. That was signed early last year. And what saw with dakota's visa was. He's personal preparedness and preparedness. He's government to really put its white behind the agreement. I think a lot of people think the agreement in pie terms is very good but the question is canopy implemented properly. Can the red type be cleared away in indonesia. Can we persuade australian businesses to invest more Generously in indonesia and i think the jacoby visa guy very positive signs for that still a lot of things to done for that The potential of that agreement to be realized but it was really good. Move in that direction. Again it's been said that. The many lingering suspicions profile in jakarta indonesians still resent l leading role insecure in a team os independence because it was more than twenty years ago. Yes i think One of the ironies here he said indonesia now has very good relations with east t- more and he's teamer leaders Fighted in fact when i go to jakarta and the strata is still has this legacy of suspicion towards indonesia. I think you have to back. Partly in history this great saints vulnerability that Many asians feel that logic countries or large countries around them at trying to split up their country to conduct. Bulkin is it and the ace taymor. Even though he's team always not part of the original borders of the dutch colony. Die still feel that as team will confirmed that Other countries have these designs upon the country and upon its unity and after his team. More focusing shifted to papa. This strategy may still want to divide papua dining. You've written a lot about west papua and at the heart of the standoff in two thousand and six paul showed that something like seventy five percent of australian supported independence for the former dutch colony. This why the indonesians are uneasy about estrada's position. He certainly one of the issues in the makeup of mistrust and complexity in the relationship There's there's been longstanding depths in jakarta's to either strang government doesn't do more to acquire pro-separatist Sentiment in australia. They believe the particularly the ngo sector has played a role in stirring up separatist sentiment in west. Papua and there is Continuing concern that australia has too much of a focus particularly on eastern indonesia which is also the poorest part of the country. Well how then do we bridge. These divides greg. I mean to. What extent is this new free. Try deal. This is the so-called indonesia australia comprehensive economic partnership agreement. Ten years in the making to what extent does that he'll these divisions. I don't know that it heals the divisions poseidon. I think many of the the list of things you you sit out at the beginning of the interview. I think we have always had the potential. I knew things like that to occur but one of the consistently underperforming parts of the bilateral relationship has been the economic ties and so this comprehensive agreement will hopefully see much more economic activity between the two countries and that in itself might provide some kind of deepest ability but if the economic relationship expand by site thirty to forty percents in the next few years diamond. Wouldn't the free try deal really mocking important development for the relationship a look. There's no question that it's an important step in in in strengthening relationship. This guy is back to what gareth evans was talking about in the nineteen eighties. Where he said we needed to add ballast to the relationship unbalanced. He meant if we can get a strong economic relationship between australia and indonesia implies than the rest of it will follow behind because there will be a an upfront primary interest in preserving the economic relationship. And that's always been a difficulty. In the relations destroy and strength companies have invested in indonesia but not to a great extent. The head found difficulties. There this free trade agreement certainly opens up more opportunity for investments and tried but again and again as greg has alluded to. I think the question will be. How much strategies is to take out this opportunity and whether or not they say the the problems of doing business in indonesia over combat is free trade agreement whether or not there's going to be impediments to a greater degree of engagement. My guests greg. Feely from new in camera and damien. Kingsbury from deacon in melvin. And here's a little fun fact. This is according to the australian this week. It was chris. Bowen the library from benca podcast on iran and between the lines. It was chris bowen in his shirt who walked away the most chuffed with these brave. Jacoby interaction we he. The president complimented bowen's flawless fluency in indonesian. Little known fact chris. Bowen speaks indonesian now. A few years ago china's president she addressed indonesia's legislature to great fanfare. So the fees guy. Now what's the nature of the relationship now between jakarta and beijing greg. There's a lot of similarities between indonesia's relations with china and distributors Janis niger economic partner for indonesia. It's also niger investor in the country indonesia's increasing the Pot of china's belt and road initiative. So it's getting a lot of development money. These increasing penetration of lodge chinese corporations building infrastructure for example hospitalized row link between the capital jakarta and the regional capital abandon So there's a. There's a lot of economic activity happening and president. She has very good personal relationship with prisoner jacoby but they're also tensions. One of the tensions is chinese fishing boat incursions into indonesian territorial waters In near the south china sea in the name of the island of tuna and that causes a lot of angst in indonesia sometimes confrontation between Nio vessels of both countries. Another problem is a fairly high level of underwent lying suspicion towards the chinese in indonesia so this often bubbles politically to the surface in indonesia and people say that indonesia is at risk of losing some sovereignty to the chinese and so this is always a break for a leader. Such as jacoby who badly needs chinese investment and the development expertise if he saying as Ext doing that excessively will then he will be attacked for that. Well could chana's rise than i mean. It's obviously threatening. The integrity of sovereign states around the region diamond could could china's roz helped draw camera and jakarta even closer. Yes look there's been a discussion now going back several years in canberra about a closest security relationship within the news yet it seems to be a natural hartman in the region Geography i think determines that to a large extent but our strategic interests similar in relation to china about countries want to have a strong economic relationship with china We want to have china's investments and tried to sell into china but we also want to limit china's expansion in the region strategic rich particularly in the south china sea and In relation to them turner islands which is at the southwest of the south china saying there is neither lapping climbed by china and indonesia. And that's what to the tensions of mid january this year. What we're seeing though is. Indonesia is welcoming china roman hand but in terms of economic growth and development but in terms of china's growing strategic runyon ambition. There's a great deal of skepticism. I think in indonesia as the reason chinandega familiar story. Now let's turn finally gentlemen to indonesia internally. Let's get your reaction to something. The indonesian journalist. Julia sirak osama. This is what she told my. Rn colleague andrew west. This week joey. His record on democracy and human rights has declined and in fact now many activists think that not just activists observers think that democracy indonesia has lowest point in twenty years. It is ironic since when we had the reform era after suharto stepped down. That was supposed to be the beginning of democratization in indonesia but that has opened up a pandora's box and released all the traditional religious conservatives and mainly religious groups has sacrificed human rights. And what he says in a book phobia and intolerance for the sake. Offline call stability. Indonesian journalist julia sura kasama on iran's religion and ethics program. This week diming kingsbury. Look i think that Jacoby has moved in a couple of areas which have raised eyebrows. About his commitment to a plurality and human rights particular around the issues of religion and religious tolerance and so on. But broadly. I think jacoby is an inheritor of the reform tradition particularly that started by cecilia among indiana and that he really is deepening and embedding democratic practice. If we some limitations around the edges. Yeah well greg failure. I mean it's often argued that indonesia the fourth because nation in the world. We tend to forget that. It represents a persistent triumph of democracy this the nation journalists big for a lot of activists when she says that the indonesian ideal of tolerance really has been destroyed. So i think it's probably i'll i think she's somewhat. This is always a matter of the bites. Don't mean any disrespect to julius Sort of kasuma but Under jacoby in fact. Religious tolerance has somewhat improved on democracy. Some of the things that jacoby has initiated have really harmed the quality of democracy and there are several things that are being discussed by. he's government wrought now and by the parliament which if implemented could be a considerable reversal. He wouldn't stop indonesia being a democracy. But it would reduce the quality of the democracy greg damian and important discussion. Thanks so much again for being on our end

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"suharto" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"suharto" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"It it was on the statuesque people Kirby swayed so I was for sixty people. Yeah so that's how creepy is. It was a type of flu. Your lungs became stiff. I ain't even GONNA say My God say Oh my God can you imagine it was also known as the h one n one member the calling it that on the news. Do you know five hundred thousand deaths in its first year happened because of that because some real shit that's terrifying hundred thousand in seventy four countries and that was just the first year this was in two thousand nine I checked I'm like why you know why they call it. The swine flu apparently the virus that caused the disease originally jumped to humans from the pigs. In which a devolved so the cattle once again so so far we have pigs birds shaking. If we can't have nothing on nothing man and you gotta think Suharto mass how we mass produce food now. So these things can't even be like contained in any way -cause be millions of you know birds and chickens and he's terrible conditions just because we all need our burgers and chicken boxes. Popeye sandwiches allegedly right. We get a season's assists as good bird-flu from the.

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On This Day in History: The 30 September Movement Assassinated 6 Indonesian Army Generals

This Day in History Class

04:23 min | 2 years ago

On This Day in History: The 30 September Movement Assassinated 6 Indonesian Army Generals

"The day was October. First nineteen sixty five a group of Indonesian National Armed Forces members killed fixed high ranking Indonesian army general's in a failed coup Jakarta the army linked the assassinations to the Indonesian Communist Party and for the next several weeks the military terry detained and killed hundreds of thousands of communists alleged communists and their sympathisers the coup led to Indonesia's first President Sukarno being on house arrest in general through Harto being appointed to the presidency President Sukarno had begun promoting the system of guided democracy since he believed parliamentary democracy was ineffective in Indonesia as he began implementing a form socialist populism he attempted to balance relations with the military communist and religious groups he supported the Indonesian Communist Party and the army me which was largely anticommunist though many in the military did support communism land reforms which the communist party pressured Sukarno implement for a major source of tension between the party Muslim religious leaders and the people who controlled the lane as the Indonesian Communist Party party gained more influence seeds of doubt grew among army members who were suspicious of the party's intentions and religious groups who were unsure of the party's Beuys Sukarno became more anti-imperialist and championed economic independence for Indonesia but the economy declined due to a lack of effective policy western nations encouraged anti Communist efforts against the Indonesian Communist Party Sukarno and the left and in nineteen sixty five the Indonesian communist party had three million members and was the third largest communist party in the world but by this this time there were rumors that senior army generals were planning a coup against the cardinal in the early morning hours of October. I The thirtieth September Movement Matt Kidnapped and murdered fix of Indonesia's top military generals the movement members announced over the radio that they had seized power to protect the president event and prohibit a military coup the leader of the movement Lieutenant Colonel Into told listeners that the president was safe that generals had been arrested and that there was about to be a new revolutionary government but the coup was crushed quickly. The army claimed the Communist Party was responsible for the coup attempt at the time there was not much evidence that the party had any involvement in the action against the military but General Harto commander of the Army Strategic Reserve served capitalized on anticommunist intimate and quickly launched propagandistic attack against communists he shut down a communist and leftist publications nations while pro army publications flourished the pro army press circulated stories that the murder generals had been tortured and mutilated through this campaign the army inflamed anticommunist feelings and convinced people that the party was complicit in a huge conspiracy the military he took the opportunity to eliminate the political power of communism in Indonesia which it perceived as a threat the army police and civilian militias imprisoned and and killed a communist and their supporters into Carta Central and East Java and Bali as well as parts of other islands. The death toll has been estimated estimated at at least half a million people. It was later discovered that some leaders in the Indonesian Communist Party did play a role in planning the coup but most the people in the party did not know about it. There are many conspiracy theories around exactly who planned the thirtieth September movement and what its goal was the Communist Party was banned in Indonesia in nineteen sixty five and has been ever since along with any public discussion of the massacre the military dictatorship chip that soon took over lit by Suharto rolled Indonesia until nineteen ninety eight with Western support Indonesia became pro western and the the downfall of communism and Indonesia benefited capitalist countries.

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"suharto" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"Dominant crews and Henry Suharto. So which three fighters would you want that. Would you like to see those three fight. I think I can guess who you want. Hunters who don't fight yeah like to get my hands. Henry made to be honest. He called me out. I answered that I answered with action and then and then voices. I didn't say anything when he when he called me out because I wasn't necessarily in a position to do so but I am GonNa to fight win. The street <HES> undefeated for four over four years. Maybe three years right a big layoff helped out now now. I like to see that with Henry. <hes> I'd also like to see Frankie fight with w cool for dominant cruise you know I think Dominic crews needs the school some of these young guys you know <hes>. Someone's just algebra sterling was just talking about <hes> how could you how could I fathom going up in fighting Henry. When I lost to Frankie Rivera Jimmy Revere whatever his name is by ankle kicks and he beat him and I'm like Dude Marlin knock you out than Henry? Just got got got a massive win over him. You know the inmate. Math doesn't doesn't stack up so dominant cruise is a great match against solid jemaine stand. It's still not where it needs to be. Dominic is a great wrestler in super allusive. <hes> I think knowledge remain dominant crews that would be good and then for T._J.. <hes> I'd like to have to fight a lie detector. Test is that guys pathological it logical and the real story what he's been doing over these years you know that that'd be that'd be the fight for him. That'll be that'll be a few years away though so after his suspension but a name no one's really throwing around Peter John still out there I know he wants to fight house. Remain possibly for an inch. If Henri goes back down to fight Joseph benefit as your former teammate Peter Yang is been calling for an interim title fight against Alterman Sterling a what do you think of another interim bell possibly being added. It's the Bantamweight Division <hes>. Where do you think his path lies? If the situation that you've laid out goes down Peter Yang man he's a savage great boxing I think is his biggest attribute. Aziz had years and years and years years of combat in boxing but that can also add up those guys had years of boxing experience they also <hes> the Chins go quicker. They're harder hit. Is there so so accustomed to battle so it takes a good guy to really land on on a on an experienced guy like that <hes>. I'm so curious to see how is grappling. I think him analogy main <hes> with a with a grappling exchange algae main is gotta have a massive advantage in bitter. Ayaan has a massive advantage on the feet. I would say so <hes> as far as athleticism goes lean towards Algebra and is fighting as far as just being greedy fighter. I'd stay yawn so that's an interesting matchup but that guy's not going anywhere. He's he's still young in the sport. He's got plenty of time. <hes> you know I I can see in the future of the fight against Song Battery on Song is also a savage with his hands and he's a big fighter for the way class in his athleticism and skill set is is unbelievable. <hes> people don't have the rankings aren't talking much about him right now but believe me song is going to be a force in this in this class and you've seen it. He's got four or five lights. Neo See three fifty thousand dollar bonuses massive knockout power and people haven't even seen his grappling is grappling is is high high level so <hes> you know no one's calling out song that's for sure haven't heard one..

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"suharto" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Dominant crews and Henry Suharto. So which three fighters would you want that. Would you like to see those three fight. I think I can guess who you want. Hunters who don't fight yeah like to get my hands. Henry made to be honest. He called me out. I answered that I answered with action and then and then voices. I didn't say anything when he when he called me out because I wasn't necessarily in a position to do so but I am GonNa to fight win. The street <HES> undefeated for four over four years. Maybe three years right a big layoff helped out now now. I like to see that with Henry. <hes> I'd also like to see Frankie fight with w cool for dominant cruise you know I think Dominic crews needs the school some of these young guys you know <hes>. Someone's just algebra sterling was just talking about <hes> how could you how could I fathom going up in fighting Henry. When I lost to Frankie Rivera Jimmy Revere whatever his name is by ankle kicks and he beat him and I'm like Dude Marlin knock you out than Henry? Just got got got a massive win over him. You know the inmate. Math doesn't doesn't stack up so dominant cruise is a great match against solid jemaine stand. It's still not where it needs to be. Dominic is a great wrestler in super allusive. <hes> I think knowledge remain dominant crews that would be good and then for T._J.. <hes> I'd like to have to fight a lie detector. Test is that guys pathological it logical and the real story what he's been doing over these years you know that that'd be that'd be the fight for him. That'll be that'll be a few years away though so after his suspension but a name no one's really throwing around Peter John still out there I know he wants to fight house. Remain possibly for an inch. If Henri goes back down to fight Joseph benefit as your former teammate Peter Yang is been calling for an interim title fight against Alterman Sterling a what do you think of another interim bell possibly being added. It's the Bantamweight Division <hes>. Where do you think his path lies? If the situation that you've laid out goes down Peter Yang man he's a savage great boxing I think is his biggest attribute. Aziz had years and years and years years of combat in boxing but that can also add up those guys had years of boxing experience they also <hes> the Chins go quicker. They're harder hit. Is there so so accustomed to battle so it takes a good guy to really land on on a on an experienced guy like that <hes>. I'm so curious to see how is grappling. I think him analogy main <hes> with a with a grappling exchange algae main is gotta have a massive advantage in bitter. Ayaan has a massive advantage on the feet. I would say so <hes> as far as athleticism goes lean towards Algebra and is fighting as far as just being greedy fighter. I'd stay yawn so that's an interesting matchup but that guy's not going anywhere. He's he's still young in the sport. He's got plenty of time. <hes> you know I I can see in the future of the fight against Song Battery on Song is also a savage with his hands and he's a big fighter for the way class in his athleticism and skill set is is unbelievable. <hes> people don't have the rankings aren't talking much about him right now but believe me song is going to be a force in this in this class and you've seen it. He's got four or five lights. Neo See three fifty thousand dollar bonuses massive knockout power and people haven't even seen his grappling is grappling is is high high level so <hes> you know no one's calling out song that's for sure haven't heard one..

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"suharto" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"It's flashback time. This issue begins as an adorable tiny Kurt Wagner meets up with his friend Christian. CHR Christian says they can't be friends anymore. More because Christians bigoted Anti Romani and Anti Mutant Dad who inflates the two which is actually a really nice and really sad story touch said that he'd kill Christian. If Christian hangs out with Kurt anymore and as Christian steps into the light we see that he's already been beaten up really really badly and he runs away Kurtz like Oh God. I'm so sorry I'll try not to be a demon anymore. God please just make me good. It's genuinely tragic. One thing about this issue like the last issue felt very Richard Ashrafi in terms of the dialogue. It's much better this time and I wonder if that's the influence of Chris Cooper third writer but a very sweet and not currently Green Margali Suharto's comes to comfort her adoptive son telling him that love always lasts longer than hate. It and it's actually really sweet yeah I mean she got kind of horrible later but at the time in the moment you know when Kurt was little she was actually a pretty good parent. Yes she doesn't even create a horrible demonic hal around to trap him in even once here that we know okay. Maybe that happens after the scene but back in the present day back in the present time Kurt comes to having been knocked about in this race riot eh manages to get both himself and the kid he was protecting away with violence is just getting worse and worse and worse and despair shows up Astrolabe mystically something to taunt Kurt yes so despair shows up and <hes> he he decides he's going to Kurt about how he's going to use all of this hatred to steal all of Margulis magic she dried up husk while I have the strength to dominate this world and its inhabitants so I can show show you all to start emptiness dwells at the core of your Morton existence wouldn't that mostly just be pertinent to ironman stark emptiness Kosslick. He's inside the suit. I see what you did there. Yeah Yeah thank you. I feel like rather than this big plot. Though like couldn't just do some free showings of some verner Herzog films or something or some Lars Montier or maybe just like the wrong to Coen brothers movies back to back seriously there are way easier your ways to depress a large quantity of people so Amanda shows up to teleport Kurt to despairs base in in the catacombs of whatever city they're in and Kurt ever the swashbuckling opportunists Tunis's sees a pair of crossed blades on the wall and realizes and I may have just discovered the perfect foil against despairs plan while <unk> says it's a sword and swords or foil sometimes and I think one one of them is here so night. crawler interrupts despairs Margali murdering ritual by throwing despair a sword of his own and going off on a spate of swashbuckler silliness that I have to I think in this specific context is actually a tactical move given that he's fighting against despair with with again gleeful silliness having set forth my challenge on a requires that you be armed terms Sarah though I dare say black art like yourself noses little about honor as he knows about how to treat a lady now as for your offense upon said Lady. Let's my blade make answer have the well then I love night crawler but unfortunately all of that bravado isn't enough because despair nonetheless starts to win and he's about to feed on Kurt to bring forth the most dark and disturbing memories Kurt has and then to dine upon them like they're you know food but like dark and disturbing food prepared really well <hes> yeah exactly <hes> you remember that one time that <hes> Burger King had Halloween Walker lauper and it had a black bun and the main feedback that people gave forth is that it made them poop green. I do not remember that well well. That's the thing anyway trixie Kurt Wagner has been keeping a specific memory at at the front of his mind and this is the time that an adult Christian <hes> his childhood friend came back to apologize for being a jerk..

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"suharto" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"It's flashback time. This issue begins as an adorable tiny Kurt Wagner meets up with his friend Christian. CHR Christian says they can't be friends anymore. More because Christians bigoted Anti Romani and Anti Mutant Dad who inflates the two which is actually a really nice and really sad story touch said that he'd kill Christian. If Christian hangs out with Kurt anymore and as Christian steps into the light we see that he's already been beaten up really really badly and he runs away Kurtz like Oh God. I'm so sorry I'll try not to be a demon anymore. God please just make me good. It's genuinely tragic. One thing about this issue like the last issue felt very Richard Ashrafi in terms of the dialogue. It's much better this time and I wonder if that's the influence of Chris Cooper third writer but a very sweet and not currently Green Margali Suharto's comes to comfort her adoptive son telling him that love always lasts longer than hate. It and it's actually really sweet yeah I mean she got kind of horrible later but at the time in the moment you know when Kurt was little she was actually a pretty good parent. Yes she doesn't even create a horrible demonic hal around to trap him in even once here that we know okay. Maybe that happens after the scene but back in the present day back in the present time Kurt comes to having been knocked about in this race riot eh manages to get both himself and the kid he was protecting away with violence is just getting worse and worse and worse and despair shows up Astrolabe mystically something to taunt Kurt yes so despair shows up and <hes> he he decides he's going to Kurt about how he's going to use all of this hatred to steal all of Margulis magic she dried up husk while I have the strength to dominate this world and its inhabitants so I can show show you all to start emptiness dwells at the core of your Morton existence wouldn't that mostly just be pertinent to ironman stark emptiness Kosslick. He's inside the suit. I see what you did there. Yeah Yeah thank you. I feel like rather than this big plot. Though like couldn't just do some free showings of some verner Herzog films or something or some Lars Montier or maybe just like the wrong to Coen brothers movies back to back seriously there are way easier your ways to depress a large quantity of people so Amanda shows up to teleport Kurt to despairs base in in the catacombs of whatever city they're in and Kurt ever the swashbuckling opportunists Tunis's sees a pair of crossed blades on the wall and realizes and I may have just discovered the perfect foil against despairs plan while <unk> says it's a sword and swords or foil sometimes and I think one one of them is here so night. crawler interrupts despairs Margali murdering ritual by throwing despair a sword of his own and going off on a spate of swashbuckler silliness that I have to I think in this specific context is actually a tactical move given that he's fighting against despair with with again gleeful silliness having set forth my challenge on a requires that you be armed terms Sarah though I dare say black art like yourself noses little about honor as he knows about how to treat a lady now as for your offense upon said Lady. Let's my blade make answer have the well then I love night crawler but unfortunately all of that bravado isn't enough because despair nonetheless starts to win and he's about to feed on Kurt to bring forth the most dark and disturbing memories Kurt has and then to dine upon them like they're you know food but like dark and disturbing food prepared really well <hes> yeah exactly <hes> you remember that one time that <hes> Burger King had Halloween Walker lauper and it had a black bun and the main feedback that people gave forth is that it made them poop green. I do not remember that well well. That's the thing anyway trixie Kurt Wagner has been keeping a specific memory at at the front of his mind and this is the time that an adult Christian <hes> his childhood friend came back to apologize for being a jerk..

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Roads to success: Indonesias election

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:52 min | 2 years ago

Roads to success: Indonesias election

"Indonesians votes today in vast election, a mammoth effort in the world's third largest democracy with a hundred eighty seven million voters choosing local regional and national officials including the president. The incumbent president Joko Widodo known as Jacoby held rallies. All over the country. He came to power five years ago, promising reform development and an end to corruption his bid for a second term is something of a referendum on what's been dynamic presidency. His main opponent is former general provoke SU Bianco. The Bill will tends to appeal to more conservative Indonesians. But both candidates have tried to seem in touch with rapidly urbanizing people wanting a better life while also speaking to the conservative wing of the country's Muslim majority. Young people in the capital Jakarta seemed clear about their preference. The program made the unique. Up in a shopping mall who treat who's patisserie who's nineteen. So she's quite happy with the incoming president. He has a program to help the elderly. She says and he goes into the field a reference to his tendency to visit ordinary Indonesians and ask them about their concerns. And breathe will begin to who's thirty-three says jacuzzis opponent, the former general reminds him more of autocratic leaders from Indonesia's repressive past and that he'd be a step backwards. People in Indonesia thing that this presidency has has gone the well guy Scriven reports for the economist from south East Asia, he's been all over Indonesia's many islands asking people about how politics affects their lives Jacoby came into power in two thousand fourteen with his plan to spend over three hundred billion dollars launch building thousands of kilometers of roads, and railways, and it means a lot more to people than just being able to get for me to be more quickly when I was in East Java. I spoke to a restaurant owner who told me that the roads built in his local area had out farmers to get their produce to market much more quickly without the food perishing in in the control heat when I was in kind of West Kalimantan last year spoke to teach and she told me that a road which had been built in the past few years had allowed her pupils to get to town. Acre an intern those university. And so as a result more of a people's will kind of applying to two university. So so so roads mean kind of, you know, all sorts of all sorts of different things to lots of different Indonesians. But let's go off route. If you will what other sort of signature achievements has has Jacoby got to claim he's on the set of policies have been aimed at reducing poverty. So these include things like kind of more scholarships for poor families for two to pay for that children to get into school as well as giving more money to the to the kind of villages, probably the most popular of his anti-poverty measures is a large expansion in in health insurance. And so now almost over two hundred million Indonesians have gone some kind of health insurance cover aunt from about one hundred thirty million in two thousand fourteen right? And with a raft of kind of people. Accomplishments like that he must be he must be doing pretty well in the poll. Absolutely. Yeah. His approval ratings are very high and always have been throws presidency. And in the in the pose he's twenty percentage points on average kind of a head of his opponent. And so with all these achievements behind him is is there anything that sort of dragging Jacoby down anything that worries people about him? Or is it just all happy news? No, it's I mean, it's not all it's not over as combining means people of basically being worried about Chicago. He's attempts to ensure that he gets reelected, and and some of the ways he's gone about that he's being raw the kind of intolerant of dissent. He the police have shut down various kind of opposition movement marches and rallies. They've also rested. Several opposition leaders since January on what looked like quite flimsy charges. So Jacoby his also been strengthening ties with the. Military. He's brought into his innocence cool several Fulmer kind of military generals who were very powerful during the Suharto dictatorship which run from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen ninety eight and was kind of deeply autocratic state where the military held a huge amount of power maskco. He's been kind of cozying up to to these figures on top of this. He's also been trying to shore up his his support base with MS limbs, he's chosen as running mater are hard line of misled cleric who has kind of raw raw, the conservative views, and who is in favor of implementing Islamic law throughout the country, and as what kind of banning homosexual acts and outlawing kind of minority Muslim groups what this means is that lots of people who saw Jacoby as kind of social reformer I've become very disappointed by. By the way, he's proceeded and how does that play out regionally? I mean, a lot of a lot of these tensions maybe present also in sort of, you know, countries in the region how how important this election. More broadly. The election is is very important, more broadly. I mean, partly because Indonesia's you're such a big country. It's got two hundred and sixty five million people. It is in the top ten economies in the world when you take into account purchasing power parity. It's also kind of the biggest missile country in the world. It's it's not a country, which has a very outward-looking all of loud or boisterous foreign policy, but it is important. So people have some calls for concern, but not so much as to to outweigh people's sort of how pleased people are with how Jayco he's done. That's right. That's right. The other the other option in the election of proposal Biondo is is quite a kind of distasteful figure for for various reasons. He's also accused of committing various human rights atrocities in the in the dying days of this Harto era. He would be more economically interventionist, STAN, nationalist, and doesn't really have a kind of set of well-thought-out policies as as Jacoby does. So the the argument can afford your carry despite to the all the negative things that he's been doing has is really that. You know, he is a better choice than pro. And also that his pro poor policies and. It's kind of infrastructure spending really seem to be working. Well, and so voters are are heading to the polls have headed to the polls today how long until we know the outcome. And and what's the what's the feeling been like so Indonesia's a generally excited to those? They've only had democracy really for the last twenty years or so, and they that that that they see it as a very proud to be able to go on cost ballot and a very excited about doing. So the election commission shoot release the kind of initial estimates tomorrow, and and that should give a good sense of on the presidential and hopefully as well how the fun of political parties have done in in the legislative election. Well in the meantime, enjoy the fear of people enjoying their

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"suharto" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"But if you do this if you pick these up that are will wild collected. We will pay you for the lifetime of that tree. We will pay you for the next twenty thirty years. So we're creating value back in something that you're staring at every day. Instead of you being seduced by the cattle company who wanna wack down and have the categories on it or plant, unsustainable, corn soy and ruin your land. So so it's it's hard to straight up answer that so so you can have all the buzzwords and stuff, and you can do that stuff. But and that's great. And I think you have to work with these people. I think the supply is king in those kings or the farmers in the collectors in the people, and if that isn't solid it's just a ticking time bomb, this is not gonna work out. Then it's hard to you spend all this time marketing here in the states doing all this stuff and raising money in capital, all that stuff. And then you haven't spent enough time with the people and having relationships, it's just not responsible for my point of view. So I'm not spending spending a lot of time in those situations. And now, you know, that's just the women to do it. And it may not be fast and might not use easy. That's just the way it's going to be done, snow sustainable. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. A little bit about like what you're going up against in Brazil, specifically as it relates to farming. And like, I know in the meat industry. That's where most of the council are. That's where they're using most of the land of new taco, but about that. Suharto's been wiped out faster than any biomass. In the last forty years offer, those big aggregations, that's the scary thing. So it's almost like no regard for the specialities of that ecosystem, there's mandates by Brazil that if you own land, you basically have two categories there so much law's written in to emit. It's all about GDP, but they kind of position it. So that you. You can't be on that land milissa indigenous in it's worked this already in your own land or you're on it. But in terms of if we went out bought the land, they would pretty much make you do things that are related to big farm. Big Ag unsustainable. Practice them is all sustainable. So it's a sad thing. When you see the Suharto, what is gorgeous and beautiful in intimately related to the Amazon because the more unstable the southern part of Brazil, which is most of the Sahadi the more unstable at crates, Amazon and the biomass of the Sahadi was below ground. Largely few kinda flip it upside down. It would be as plush essentially from biomass perspective as Amazon so. So when you're cutting it down, you're you're creating that much more destruction less oxygen more imbalance NS being wiped out. So so so that is a so for us in like a mission when you find something as delicious as the nut. And where there's no barrier sensually to the marketplace to people enjoying them and getting the nutrients and all that stuff. And then you see it anchored literally in the ability for us to drive that engines so that those people can rely on those trees that are endemic to the area. And so that is inherent value back to them. So that they don't have to take this other option. If there isn't an economic balance, a sustainability, if you don't create a business that sustainable in terms of people buying that. It's just can't work because we've no so many NGOs that have thrown money at these people. We have a million dollars thrown out a chief of a of ten thousand people. It's like, you know, pick pick a family that we grew up with them. Mid midwest who makes twenty five thousand dollars year, give him a million dollars. You know that lottery reality when people get that much, and they don't have the financial muscle to manage. They will be further in deeper into unknown territory in often more depressed more unhappy. And that's what you can't do to indigenous people so throwing NGO money at people is definitely not sustainable. We feel like a the capitalism done transparently ineffectively as one that. It's rooted in us for in this example, planting more trees because the Sahara's being wiped out it Haret within selling the product..

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"suharto" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"But if you do this if you pick these up that are will wild collected. We will pay you for the lifetime of that tree. We will pay you for the next twenty thirty years. So we're creating value back in something that you're staring at every day. Instead of you being seduced by the cattle company who wanna wack down and have the categories on it or plant, unsustainable, corn soy and ruin your land. So so it's it's hard to straight up answer that so so you can have all the buzzwords and stuff, and you can do that stuff. But and that's great. And I think you have to work with these people. I think the supply is king in those kings or the farmers in the collectors in the people, and if that isn't solid it's just a ticking time bomb, this is not gonna work out. Then it's hard to you spend all this time marketing here in the states doing all this stuff and raising money in capital, all that stuff. And then you haven't spent enough time with the people and having relationships, it's just not responsible for my point of view. So I'm not spending spending a lot of time in those situations. And now, you know, that's just the women to do it. And it may not be fast and might not use easy. That's just the way it's going to be done, snow sustainable. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. A little bit about like what you're going up against in Brazil, specifically as it relates to farming. And like, I know in the meat industry. That's where most of the council are. That's where they're using most of the land of new taco, but about that. Suharto's been wiped out faster than any biomass. In the last forty years offer, those big aggregations, that's the scary thing. So it's almost like no regard for the specialities of that ecosystem, there's mandates by Brazil that if you own land, you basically have two categories there so much law's written in to emit. It's all about GDP, but they kind of position it. So that you. You can't be on that land milissa indigenous in it's worked this already in your own land or you're on it. But in terms of if we went out bought the land, they would pretty much make you do things that are related to big farm. Big Ag unsustainable. Practice them is all sustainable. So it's a sad thing. When you see the Suharto, what is gorgeous and beautiful in intimately related to the Amazon because the more unstable the southern part of Brazil, which is most of the Sahadi the more unstable at crates, Amazon and the biomass of the Sahadi was below ground. Largely few kinda flip it upside down. It would be as plush essentially from biomass perspective as Amazon so. So when you're cutting it down, you're you're creating that much more destruction less oxygen more imbalance NS being wiped out. So so so that is a so for us in like a mission when you find something as delicious as the nut. And where there's no barrier sensually to the marketplace to people enjoying them and getting the nutrients and all that stuff. And then you see it anchored literally in the ability for us to drive that engines so that those people can rely on those trees that are endemic to the area. And so that is inherent value back to them. So that they don't have to take this other option. If there isn't an economic balance, a sustainability, if you don't create a business that sustainable in terms of people buying that. It's just can't work because we've no so many NGOs that have thrown money at these people. We have a million dollars thrown out a chief of a of ten thousand people. It's like, you know, pick pick a family that we grew up with them. Mid midwest who makes twenty five thousand dollars year, give him a million dollars. You know that lottery reality when people get that much, and they don't have the financial muscle to manage. They will be further in deeper into unknown territory in often more depressed more unhappy. And that's what you can't do to indigenous people so throwing NGO money at people is definitely not sustainable. We feel like a the capitalism done transparently ineffectively as one that. It's rooted in us for in this example, planting more trees because the Sahara's being wiped out it Haret within selling the product..

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Environmentalists fear Bolsonaro policies could speed Amazon deforestation

FT News

10:55 min | 3 years ago

Environmentalists fear Bolsonaro policies could speed Amazon deforestation

"Today we're looking at Brazil's rainforests sometimes referred to as the earth's lungs because of the carbon dioxide it absorbs and the oxygen it brings out Leslie hook environment. Correspondent spoke to Jerry Lee. Our Brazil bureau chief about fears that both in our presidency will undermine environmentalist efforts to preserve the forest and its wealth of by diversity. So Joe what's the situation at the moment. When it comes to deforestation in Brazil, the situation at the moment on deforestation is it hit a peak around two thousand eight of around twenty seven thousand square limited a year and its since come down sharply over the past ten years or so so it's much lower than it used to be. But still there's a severe persistent amount of deforestation. It's still going on mostly by illegal miners, loggers and unethical ranches, a minority we should say of agricultural produces a small minority, but still very persistent, and there's a lot of land conflict going on on the edge of Amazon. That's feeding this deforestation. Now, I understand that the Amazon rainforest contains about one hundred billion tons of carbon which is ten times global fossil fuel emissions. Can you just explain in a nutshell why the Amazon is so important to the environment? The. John. Ironically enough is the main source of emissions in Brazil because it contains much carbon. If you deforested you're unleashing that carbon into the atmosphere. So the zones a huge carbon Bank, and it serves as a major system for controlling the atmosphere, not just in South America. But also globally and one of the key points in Brazil, and one of the reasons why Brazil has tried to control deforestation from its own interest. Is that they believed that the Amazon is a source of much of the rain that feeds the tropical agricultural power of Brazil, dire Bolsonaro has said he wants to curb excessive policing by the country's environmental agency. And he's gained a lot of support from the farmers lobby. When exactly does he mean when he says that well, he talks about an industry find. So he talks about the main environmental agency Bama and the national parks agency, which is called ICM bio, he talks about these having a kind of industry funds, but I just. Oh out and find farmers for the sake of it to try to produce revenue for the federal government. And this is very popular among farmers farmers in Brazil held to account according to a forest code, which limits how much they're allowed to deforest and these limits can be quite severe up in the Amazon region. You're on the allowed to deforest twenty percent of your land in some areas in the south. It's much more relaxed in south of Brazil where widespread agriculture's being present for much longer. So he's appealing to the farmers on that account. There is a point to ease complaints. Brazil is a very bureaucratic country and environmental regulations are no different. But the danger of what he is talking about here is to try to pull Obama back from doing its job, and that could be very risky for not only the Amazon, but the other Brazilian biomass such as the Atlantic forest, which is in the southeast of Brazil, and the Suharto which is where a lot of the soy farming happens in Brazil. So in addition to reigning in Alabama's you've just described. What other measures has he talked about that would have big impacts on the environment. The regulations only embalmer these are the main ones the supervision of Obama and easy. And by these are, the major ones, but one of the other key things that he's talked about is combining the ministry of agriculture with the ministry of the environment and putting in charge of that super ministry, a farmer or an agricultural presentative in doing such a thing who'd be observing a long tradition in Brazil, which is putting the FOX in charge of the hen coop. So it would be tantamount to basically subordinating the environment to agricultural interests. And this is something that's got people very very concerned in environmental circles, if you had to sort of summarize farmers attitude toward deforestation preserving the rainforest, what our farmers views in general on these deforestation policies traumas in general in Brazil, most of them will tell you they're against further deforestation illegal deforestation. So the have the forest code, which I mentioned earlier. Which requires them to protect the streams on their properties in not deforest a minimum of vegetation. And most of them say that they respect that low. They just want to see it implemented. But the backside of that law is that it does allow deforestation. So for instance, if you are in the south of Brazil, and the limit is, for instance, twenty percent v Lyon has to be protected if you have forty percent that's forest. You can do farce out of the twenty percent. So farmers in Brazil champion, this low that they have to protect the environment. But the other side of that is that the law does actually allow a little bit of deforestation, and there's a lot of ways of sort of bending it. And if you don't have very strict supervision. Yes, very hard to sort of catch them. So I'm the boss, and our farmers are hoping that they'll get an easing of these restrictions, and they believe that if Bolsonaro can get these regulatory agencies off their backs they'll be able to do that easier with fewer fines, also if the environmental ministry is subordinated to the agriculture ministry. They believe they'll be able to get other things such as Ben sector science and other things approved more easily the danger of. Course is that if you remove the supervision, the less, ethical, farmers and other sectors of the rural community illegal loggers illegal minors. They will also take their cue, and we could see a massive increase in deforestation of the Amazon outside of Brazil. Is there a risk of consumer backlash? If Boston our eases environmental standards had one of the big risks for Brazilian agriculture. And this is why when we talk about busy Negra Celtic went up talking about a uniform group of people. So the ones who are very excited about a chance of illegally deforesting, probably smaller pharma's or less ethical operators on the frontiers of farmlands of Brazil, but the larger operators larger farmers the trading company's value these environmental protections because this allows them to sell Brazilian soya bean and Brassinne vif with some level of stamp of approval in terms of the environment. If they lose that that could be very damaging for Brazilian sales in developed countries, especially of beef. It's already big problem to trace. Products coming out of Brazil, especially mates, but also soy. And if you suddenly start to have a lot of deforestation that's gonna really cloud the Brazilian brand. The other thing that's bad for Brazil in general is I've a recent years it's actually developed a very good image in terms of its efforts to protect the environment. If it suddenly a gets the image of deforestation and the things that come with deforestation which include land conflict murder confiscation of lands from Indians genocide of Indian tribes. This is not a good thing for the Brazilian image. And it's not really good for busy and businesses. Well, that's a rather grim picture. But on a more hopeful note, Joe you've written about project to map the DNA sequences of species that are in the Amazon river basin. What are the aims of this project who are its backers? Yeah. This is a project that's being coordinated by the World Economic Forum and a Peruvian entrepreneur Fuan Carlos Castillo, Hugo and the I'm of it is to map all the biological assets of the Amazon and Cody. Defy rights of usage for industry and research is in blockchain to dual of this by twenty twenty and the idea is to try to capture it the intellectual property that's imbedded in the Amazon and try to use that commercially. But the key thing here is that the proceeds of this use should go back to the communities that live in the Amazon, the traditional communities conservation funds, and the governments that are actually in the Amazon and the way that they want to do that is that using blockchain and special contracts that will be able to trace the usage of this information around the world, and those who use it once I have proceeds once they make profit from this information will have to pay it back in some form. So it's an extremely ambitious project. A lot of scientists around the world, and it's a feel like an extension of the human genome project in the sense, it's extending that to the rest of the species on the planet. So it's a Ray of hope to them as on if it can be implemented. Wow. So how much will it cost, and is it likely to make a lot of? Money in the long term. I mean when you talk about using the block chain to return profits to local communities is this potentially a profitable enterprise in the long run. Yes. Well, let's see to go. If the costs the human genome project apparently costs four point eight billion dollars and generated sixty five dollars for the US economy for every public all of that was invested and this project the entire project that includes Amazon, which call the earth by genome project is expected to cost four point seven be into complete. And if we go by past products that have been developed out of Amazon organic material we can see that they are huge profits to be made especially in pharmaceuticals. But there are also other ways of using intellectual property that's embedded in the Amazon. If you like, for instance, there's interests to studying the traffic patterns of soldier ants to try to develop autonomous vehicles, and there are other processes in the zone that are being studied that can be used for the people think can be developed as technology. So the backers of the project cited. Proceeds could be billions of dollars in the long run. But it's just a matter of actually implementing it and seeing if it works. It's all very new that sounds like a really fascinating initiative, but all this is happening quite late in the day for the world's rainforests. Do you think there's enough time to see results and could something like this set of precedent for efforts to save forests? Elsewhere hit I think this time there's still time. Brazil has deforested twenty percent of them online for us, which is you know, when you think about the other bombs in Brazil such as the Atlantic forest. It's not much Atlantic us as almost being wiped out. So the Amazon is still there to be protected. I think it depends a lot of global pressure on Brazil as well as pressure from within Brazil. There's a lot of support within Brazil to save Amazon. So it depends a lot on people mobilizing to make sure that those unethical sectors of agriculture mining and logging and not

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Far-right candidate stabbed at campaign event in Brazil

The World

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Far-right candidate stabbed at campaign event in Brazil

"That's both sonata holding up a journalist's camera tripod, and then pretending to use it as machine gun and the candidate is saying we are going to execute our political opponents, by the way, both in auto is sometimes described as Brazil's Donald Trump that scene played out at a campaign rally last week. Now, he's in the hospital most Sinato was stabbed in the stomach yesterday. He survived. But doctors say a full recovery is going to take months, Michael FOX is a journalist based in Brazil. I asked him first about the attack on presidential candidate, John Bosco. So he was at a campaign rally in town in media should ice about one hundred twenty five miles north of Rio de Janeiro. So southern Brazil eastern coast. He was being carried through the streets by his supporters when assailant came up and stabbed him in the gut. He kind of bent over. According to local reports, the supporters beat the assailant, and then he was rushed to the hospital originally. They thought it was just a superficial. Wound bought a fawn further tests. They noticed he was hemorrhaging. It had hit a vein in his abdomen and two or three cuts to his intestines. So he underwent surgery, which he laughed last night around seven PM in a stable condition. And that's the situation right now this morning. He was brought to a hospital in Sao Paulo where they're like you said he expects to be there for roughly seven to ten days. But this is just a terrible terrible turn of events in a campaign that is just flipped on its head is a picture of who both auto is. I mean, he is he really Brazil's Donald Trump. He is Brazil's Donald Trump and more. So he's a former captain in the military under the dictatorship. He's been a congressional Representative for the last twenty years on the far. Right. So his views are extremely have been extremely conservative for a long long time. But that's really garnering support at this moment with this kind of. Groundswell for nationalist populist leaders around the world. So he is so controversial. He's been fine for his sexist, homophobic, and racist rhetoric. He's about to stand trial on the supreme court for comments, racist, homophobic, comments. And he's come out and said that he would rather have his son dead, then be gay. So that's a picture of who this guy is. And why he is so controversial. And why he's so

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"suharto" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"We'll talk to me in general a little bit about the Sahara do and the differences between Sahadi land and rainforest land because we hear a lot about the Amazon, rainforest and the deforestation that's taking place to provide categories ING and growing feed for cattle. I think it's like a football field of second or something like that. That's getting cleared. You don't hear much. Of anything about the Sahadi. Yeah, yeah. The Amazons about the about the last I heard it was about the land, mass size of France every year is being decimated and that and the Amazon saying, like, let's just say that it's got the highest PR, right? It's it. They are promoting it people. A lot of working groups are trying to protect it right, but what is the hot? And and so I was very much of fascinated by that and and in the soon as I ended up there, I saw it. And so now you're looking at a landmass that is about three states of Texas. It's over a third of all of Brazil that's like saying, and Brazil is, you know, US in Brazil or about the same size. So so the Sahadi is like over. A third of what the United States would be. That's unbelievable to huge. So it sort of sub Ecuadorian. Right? Allow the equator. Yeah, the rainforest is more Equitorial. Yeah, and it's I presume more aerated. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it changes such a vast area. We've been looking at it from Bolivia to Portugal to to Brazil, and it changes of it for sure, and the diversity changes and the population of certain botanical 's and trees, and birds, and and fruits and all that stuff changes here and there. But ultimately think of it as like a little bit of deserty feeling for the most part with a very interesting biodiversity and the which one of the things which was very fascinating we, we were, you know, the this is the kind of thing you can't find out. Until you're there. And one of the things was number one. We're driving through it and you're, you're fascinating and fascinated and also holding back tears at the same time because you're literally seeing deforestation. So it's impacting the Suharto similar in a way that similar to the rainforest and think of this. So only in the last forty years, no one really knew other than the people living in there. What the Sahara was that didn't really do anything with it. That was kind of in Brasilia, resurrected, kind of in the center of it. Once that happened, it get it gained this attention. And then all of a sudden like, oh, this kind of a poor cousin to the Amazon with less vegetation that's above ground. So it seems to be a little easier to justify. Yeah, to destroy. So here's the thing. So in forty years, the land mass, that's that large, they have destroyed it and the stats are between fifty to seventy nine percent of that whole area has been deforest only in forty years my God. So that gives you how does that sorry to interrupt you, but like how does that occur? Like what? What is the mechanism behind how it how it goes down? I would. I would assume I'm envisioning relatively poor indigenous. And habitants who are then offered a check, you know that they can't refuse because there's no other way to better provide for their family and they relent. Is that how it happens? So sure. I mean, so so think about there's kind of this. So from an economic from the ecological point of view, the Sahadi was kind of buffering and tempering the Amazon, their cousins, they need. They need a sim bios, right? And so when that's getting disturbed, it causes a lot of instability in them as on as well, which then further exceleron it's everything the the deforested part. You might be whacking it above ground. But here's the interesting thing. Some people experts in country in Brazil. Say that the vegetation is because of deep tap roots because of huge. Droughts that the plants in the boroughs ADA tree in these plants have deep, deep, tap root, so they're hitting d-box refers so they have vegetation below ground. That's equal if you flipped it up as to the the breadth and the width and the height of the Amazon. So you're not seeing the the the biomass that's being destroyed from the root structures, right? So there's this incredible incredibly robust. Beautiful vegetation with extraordinary biodiversity, but it doesn't meet the eye but below ground..

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"suharto" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Classic Races

"Circus circus k predatory and again here phoenix international raceway and the check for five hundred dale earnhardt on that restar came up through traffic like a rocket he is always ready worked his way up to fifth position out of turn to die suharto's wall to the presents fears cut off temporarily thereby damp against but heavily handling problems here through three and four not shows right there is earnhardt died slow and passes nouri gan earnhardt now in the fourth slot i was a strong driving byron are going through that dogleg on the back straight away cut to the incited made the bulls he's in fourth place now i of harry gathered stephane mark martin of six leaders still rushdie wallace wallace followed by rookie jeff lord iter art closing the gap on fox sports you'll find it up leaders out of the cake into three it is rusty while as opens up just a bit of a lead now on ricky raja running a close third here is harry are excuse me dale earnhardt and fourth fifth sliding into turn and that gives mark martin the transit holes it up you could tell several the cars as we set our still having handling problems through both ends of this racetrack reworking working lap number twenty died here the checker 500 rusty wallis grabbed the lead real early this afternoon simply refuses to give it up ricky rudd as a couple of carlex behind him jeff hold on riots third couple of carly expect to hear what's about a full second back of the thirdplace fourthplaced battle and that is still a good one in turn three they are in turn three it is dale earnhardt number three just in front of harry gant he pulls up right on the bumper let's see patrol the car to have gone to know he does late in the buffer dale earnhardt and they charged down the rain straight off turn number four back to the stripe rusty webb was continues to lead he can't shake ricky rudder just a car away from a half brackets second jeffco dived third hurt heart fourth gap mark martin six jim solder seven announ deal bottle beginning to rubble.

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"suharto" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"I started tight although tight exactly and start might might because it grows up old might poke in the come on oh yeah yeah i each of the ground this is an demonic suharto well anyway this stuff looks like a style it tight and it hangs over the roof of caves but it's got the exact consistency of bogeys and if you read about it in restaurants are signs its are ahead because bogeys have lots of different consistency's a healthy bogeyed country bogey not one of these horrible london colors by what would happen to your birdies who would criteria spurred i question figures nottingham no no luckily nasal ashton is what i'm asking that they would not be colorful like bogeys are now china you'll pink bogey hallways of harass me but because the by they which still have mucus but it would be really three you're what would gather around i feel the bacteria was of a mucus party yes will you might have has in janos i have go has winner sacob used his nucleus yes i see that new book claes cleaner it's you booth that first week of you what are your it's great you don't smell mcnerney whom polling stock value you got cloudy sahnoun we've gone off topic we have strayed what i'm saying is expected this stuff is loves a bacteria which abassi bogeys hanging from the ceiling and if you region articles about them that referred to snuff tights as authentic ties in a scientific joe's talking about the snow sites and there are she really cool because they excrete so feerick acid and that dissolves the limestone and it makes case khor spot joey so you get ready spot caves because it creates gypsum which is like you know gypsum crystallized very clear sparkle but they awkward snow sites reform ordinary people that does isn't it now.

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"suharto" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"Booted system the first problem is obesity competition the complexity of centralised planning because of the combination of different actions from multiple asians this is normally suharto saw so by formulating the problem as a distributed problem is competition late in the easier and also in terms of reliability is again better this for example if we have us one centra place we make all decisions if that doesn't work is going to be broken the whole system earned horses some people can so in that sense is also the sir advantage of to suited makes sense and i could imagine where if if i were a shared car drew pilot and i was in the north part of the city i care about the cars near me but i probably don't care about what's going on in the south of the city at the moment you how do each individual agents then compute their policy are are the devil local piece of technology that tells them routes to take the process presumably the some central system or the fleet's manager can direct or tied to you to move to a certain new part of city for example but it's not always easy ride we need to carefully designs at prevalent as well so how can we incentivize drivers that moves rather than to settle micromanage already drinkdrivers so that's the wear and tear of game theory comes in we've been very interested in the mechanism design so how to design this kind of management so that we can easily.

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"suharto" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Act his life not much to show for it said there i was thinking great and i would get these scripts and i'd have quite let's do you know on there would be these different cases and i would be interviewed me talking mainly to the other policemen i didn't know what happened i don't know if they had second thoughts about costing but when you get on to sort of the bill and hobie pages new pages come through all the time i don't know if it's pink pages of green pages but there yet rush through on the morning of filming every time i was on says that go oh new pages for you and i can swear that mainly they were right i don't think we'll be pursuing this case anymore though we see it so after thinking that i had something interesting it was nothing there wasn't an they just shut it down so this what could have been is incredibly memorable character because i fleshed her out just became a piece of dust in television history but you've done season even film to get a little bit of film i mean us what everybody wants to do and that suharto thing i mean films sexy there's something about it there's something about even the way back then kind of cameras that we used in the sound and the the changing a film cottages the whole thing and people who work on film a very whoever they are they kind of sexy because that's the environment and we have film crew actually to stand by us in the city of london at the moment and i still going to thrill when i pass it because i know they creating something really magical i know that there will be in situ for three days for i don't know thirtyseconds of screen times the very little is he's but this so dedicated so no i loved i did i loved film but i i really didn't do a huge amount of what film did you do in fact.

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"suharto" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"I have to get them to own that failure so i have to look them in the face and say wait a minute somebody else with this location of succeeding will you this guy he made money in a recession we'll get the so i have to prove their excuses gone and force them to actually say of failing because of me and the minute they truly believe that can then i can start to change their thought in essence if they wake up in the morning blame someone else their day is going to be the same if they wake up in the morning and blame themselves selves the got a chance changing that's why i get so intense on bar rescue people don't like that confrontation than not wake me forcing them to do that but can if i don't i have no chance of them changing yes so true you talk about fear pride or the two great motivators break that down for us sure if you own a business and let's say that you were making a series of decisions again and again and again and i come in and i tell you know you not reading your business right for this reason and that reason industries and hack i'm not the first person is told you that can probably your wife your son your partner you've heard this before suharto i crack through in a way that is different first pride you how you can feel when your success will you opened his business to be something in your community want to be somebody your children are looking up at your now with pride tried a play to that ego if you will that dr of success more often than not that doesn't work and a half to take the second route which is fear and sometimes in you probably have cmi do this on tv i'll take a picture their kid hold it in front of him and say how do you like saying no to him all day long.

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"suharto" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Remso Republic

"We look was wanted only to publicise yes season three folks wanna give a shout out suharto radio play fm an hour in them them before we get also some radio network love your dilma bitter about the so it's been almost six months so they'll reach out to me about the the you know even though my voice is a little horse i promise you will not upset about that everything is going great season 3 is off to a great start and as always here we're trying to make freedom funny gan confront the culture and have good psalm in the process now like i said my voice is a little bit out there today i uh the gallic cold but you know when you're doing this fulltime you can't really rescheduled things last minute you can't really not do things so i'm rod try my best not to cough wheeze you know blohm and those on the mic and all that jazz gonna go ahead let our guest talk and before introduce him don't go into what we're talking about a little bit because were recording this a few days after the whole stephen colbert should show where he's basically like calling out trump and everything else by the time you're hearing this july and i'm doing this now because i'm i'm taking the strong bet that progressives and leftist snowflakes in the whole ragamuffin crew is still trying to pull out trump jokes don't get me wrong i love good trump name i you know i'm not saying that i'm sensitive to it but it their support for everything when like things just aren't funny like.

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"suharto" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on Business Daily

"Expensive indonesia course was arguably or the country most changed by the crisis at suddenly in political terms the crisis brought down the former president suharto his regime paving the way for democracy and the world's most populous muslim nation are asia he asiabusiness correspondent kushma vest warming has this report now about the impact of that crisis on jakartait was main 1990 eight when indonesia was at war with itself these news reports tell the story of a nightmarish time when the streets of the capital jakarta turned into a war zone former president and dictator suharto was forced to step down chaos spilled out onto the streets while soldiers and tanks hunted down protesters xiaomimalcolmbougainvillenow get this people these are parents back then ansariarthey was a successful minimart honor she showed me pictures of the store she'd been building one she'd taken alone to fund but then the crisis hit a hobby some one i lost everything i couldn't payback my learned because the interest rate charged on the bank repossess my shop and land we had such big dream lethem among sudrajadjiwandono was in the thick of it he was the central bank governor at the time but was fired because presidentsuharto felt he wasn't able to save the economy romo stood mislead munns regrets for the nerve to do with the can stabilize we already in the beginning the market we widening the benfranklin but i hope you can still go depreciated and then he got worse an unnatural months the indonesian plummeted by more than 80 against the us dollar mass protests and looting erupted on the shrinks wealthy chineseindonesians bore the brunt of the outrage but at meaty holly store in jakarta'schinatown district today no sign of those times 20 years ago though hostile had to be shut for three days for fear of looters and rioters as mehtiba calls yup when i see in the beginning people with too scared to leave their homes.

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"suharto" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Now you only as twelve home runs right now what if he only has fifteen fourteen home runs more i still take my take taken it's so hard to have a guiding everywhere so hard especially if you like a twelve team league right now you know twelve team the the thing that suharto's while twelve dealing was protecting your batting average everyone's got owners everywhere so i'm actually with you there and i i love themes i was one of the bigger has why was it coauthors man we told everyone to get everything for james in our tone i know i know but a hostile i'm not saying run away from him man in the context of the league that we have here with all these homers now i think abreo is that right pick now what about k wrist davis a nope nope untae than's their ago finally uh you know davis's is fine but he's like literally a onedimensional guy somebody brought us up this a little bit real baseball over frenzy reince ball but consider this chris davis might be a non tender candidate which is insane when you think he might finish the season with a win or a win and a half comically bad it is pretty battled peel throw the ball straight into the ground brown i have a better his that's so he could send to see his season ed like a sort of like a one ten 115 type wrc plus with really negative defense not much uh value on offense and you know pretty much you know all tied up in his power so that's and that's real baseball but in essence it's kind of gives you an idea about even his fancy value i think right now there's too many people can do a david's does and they taste is about the same with teams is a little more dynamic a little bit better offense and different putt positions at least has for space and outfield so we'll be more value there some it when we're when we're this close on the numbers he got to go for the little tiebreaker so yeah i base outfield that alone can be the kicker the ages about the same see ongo beams obt i think a fairly significant repeated ference.

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"suharto" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"suharto" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Now you only as twelve home runs right now what if he only has fifteen fourteen home runs more i still take my take taken it's so hard to have a guiding everywhere so hard especially if you like a twelve team league right now you know twelve team the the thing that suharto's while twelve dealing was protecting your batting average everyone's got owners everywhere so i'm actually with you there and i i love themes i was one of the bigger has why was it coauthors man we told everyone to get everything for james in our tone i know i know but a hostile i'm not saying run away from him man in the context of the league that we have here with all these homers now i think abreo is that right pick now what about k wrist davis a nope nope untae than's their ago finally uh you know davis's is fine but he's like literally a onedimensional guy somebody brought us up this a little bit real baseball over frenzy reince ball but consider this chris davis might be a non tender candidate which is insane when you think he might finish the season with a win or a win and a half comically bad it is pretty battled peel throw the ball straight into the ground brown i have a better his that's so he could send to see his season ed like a sort of like a one ten 115 type wrc plus with really negative defense not much uh value on offense and you know pretty much you know all tied up in his power so that's and that's real baseball but in essence it's kind of gives you an idea about even his fancy value i think right now there's too many people can do a david's does and they taste is about the same with teams is a little more dynamic a little bit better offense and different putt positions at least has for space and outfield so we'll be more value there some it when we're when we're this close on the numbers he got to go for the little tiebreaker so yeah i base outfield that alone can be the kicker the ages about the same see ongo beams obt i think a fairly significant repeated ference.

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