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Sorelle Amore: A Central Digital Credit System Favors the Government

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 8 hrs ago

Sorelle Amore: A Central Digital Credit System Favors the Government

"I want to play one more cut for you This is sarella Moore explaining digital currency She's pretty popular on these video platforms Talking again about the danger of this stuff Folks it is nothing more than a mechanism to make your phone not only a homing Beacon and a location device but to make it a device to be able to shut off your money at a moment's notice So you can't escape you can't get out of a country you can't get out of a location and you can't buy anything if the government deems you unworthy deplorable or one of the Here listen to this The government is already able to program what its citizens can and can not spend their money on Over the last few years they've limited millions of people's ability to buy things like train tickets passports and luxury goods They're able to do this because of China's intense social credit system that links each person's identity and actions to their bank account Allowing the government to see and to control everything a citizen does with their money And it seems like the west is paying attention The nations like Sweden South Africa and Canada trials of programmable Central Bank currencies are already underway In fact almost half of the world's nations are at some stage of implementing this kind of programmable money meaning no matter where in the world you live this technology is likely only a few years away Ah there you go Wow that's not coming here Really Really it's not there I'm telling you there are some Republicans who support this Two No it is coming here We still got time to stop it She said something very interesting there too Did you guys catch it Did you mention train tickets And tickets and plane tickets The great way to keep dissidents air quotes from traveling out of your country if you're the Chinese Communist Party right Shut down their money so they can't buy a plane ticket out Then they can say oh is this a prison state No no it's not a they can leave any time

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Rejecting Medical Myths

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | Last week

Rejecting Medical Myths

"I have no problem. I don't care if it sounds like I'm bragging. I don't care how it sounds. It's more important. The issue is more important than me. I was right the whole time about lockdowns about vaccinations. I was right the whole time. April 2020, I said it was the greatest universal mistake ever made. Sweden proved me right and the decimation of young people in this country proved me right as well. The sick world of the hypochondriac left wing teachers of this country, what they produced, the damage they did to your children, desecrated the word teacher. It's okay. The number of people in medicine who have desecrated the word medicine is also very high. So here's another one. Gradually, in the sick world of The New York Times, which lied to you about people who oppose the vaccine as fanatics or people who oppose lockdowns as fanatics, and supported the firing of people for not getting vaccinated and supported kicking out the best of our military who refused to be vaccinated. Why a healthy person and you don't get physically healthier than the average person in the military like 22 years old and great shape. Why they should get this, the chances of there being hurt by the vaccine were greater than their chances of being helped by the vaccine for a healthy young person.

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Swedish cyclist pedals to Egypt to raise climate awareness

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Swedish cyclist pedals to Egypt to raise climate awareness

"A 72 year old Swedish activist has cycled from Sweden to the cop 27 climate conference in Egypt to deliver a simple message stop climate change Dorothy hildebrandt traveled for four months from her hometown of Catherine home in Sweden to the cop 27 venue in Egypt She Cris crossed Europe and the Middle East until she arrived in shaman Sheik at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula held a branch believes we all have to make sacrifices to save the planet and wanted to highlight this to world leaders To stop the change of the climate And even if it is uncomfortable for us we have to do it because it wasn't comfortable for me to see this long ride And I just made it to show you you can if you will Protests at this climate talk summit have been muted in comparison to previous summits Many activists blame Egyptian government restrictions on large protests as well as the high cost of travel and accommodation to the venue I'm Karen Chammas

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After quiet days, handful of protests at UN climate summit

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

After quiet days, handful of protests at UN climate summit

"A vocal climate activist will not be at the cop 27 summit in Egypt She has decided to stay home My name is Greta Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg took part in her usual Friday for future protest in Stockholm When do we want this No Tomberg tells the AP her decision to remain in Sweden was due to the limited space dedicated to activist in Egypt I think it's important that those who actually get to go there are the ones who need to be heard She says with a shrug climate change voices need to remain strong at these conferences If we don't have the public trust from the outside that we need the cops as they are now are not going to lead to anything big Thunberg says climate change has taken a backseat in the world to worries over the pandemic and the war in Ukraine I'm Ed Donahue

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Did Any Country Handle Covid Effectively? Justin Hart Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:19 min | Last month

Did Any Country Handle Covid Effectively? Justin Hart Weighs In

"Any country when you look at the last two years and you've done your studies? Who really got it right? Who said, hang on a second, decide with your doctor, what you're going to do, Ivermectin is great. Great masks don't work. Who impressed you the most as you look at the globe. Well, I think Sweden as far as their policies go because they kept the schools open. Banded against masks for any children. There's just no evidence that masks provide any sort of protection against aerosolized vaccine. Aerosolized pathogen, but also we have to look to India. One of the big problems that the entire world had was not providing anything to people who tested positive. If you got a positive test for COVID here in the U.S., it was like, well, go home, if you don't go better, you get better go to the hospital, right? That's a terrible process. There was no sort of process, no sort of protocol that we developed. You look at India and they would give out Ivermectin they give out this sort of what we call a blister kit, right? If you're sick, here's what you do to sort of ramp against it. And that's where a lot of these fatalities in the United States came from where people, I don't want to go to the hospital and get sicker, so I'm just going to bear it out. And then they get there and they're in septic shock, especially if you're elderly.

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Assessing the Biden Damage

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:39 min | Last month

Assessing the Biden Damage

"Staggering destructive disservice that Joe Biden did to this country in the western world and to the young people of America in particular celebrating a young person quote unquote transitioning. It was one thing, as I said, will you tolerate people who are different, understood? You certainly don't persecute. But to celebrate as president of the United States, this will go down in history. Once this age of hysteria and mania passes, and it's passing in Europe, by the way, Spain, Sweden, Britain, those are the ones I remember. There are many more. They're all a Finland, they're all basically stopping this stuff with young people. Joe Biden and the Democrats of the United States celebrated. At this at this time in the world, the United States is the producer of the worst ideas. The exporter of the worst ideas. As some one who has loved this country all his life because of all the good it is done, I just have to acknowledge all the bad it is doing. I am not a blind fan. Of my country. I am a sighted fan of my country.

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 Nord Stream 1 operator sends ship to survey pipeline damage

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Nord Stream 1 operator sends ship to survey pipeline damage

"The operator of the Nord stream one natural gas pipeline says the ships arrived at the site of last month's explosions under the Baltic Sea to explore the damage Nord stream AG in which Russia's Gazprom has a majority stake says the specially equipped vessel has arrived at the location of the damage in Sweden's exclusive economic zone survey work on the damaged areas expected to take three to 5 days undersea explosions late last month ruptured Nord stream one which until Russia cut off supplies at the end of August was its main supply route to Germany They also damage the Nord stream two pipeline which never entered service as Germany suspended its certification process shortly

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 Swedish party official suspended after Anne Frank posting

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Swedish party official suspended after Anne Frank posting

"An official for the Sweden Democrats has been suspended by the far right party for making derogatory comments about Anne Frank in an Instagram posting which has been deleted Rebecca phalanx called the teenage Jewish diarist immoral for length fist is the head of television programming for the Sweden Democrats who are now the second biggest political party in Sweden her posting prompted strong reactions from Jewish groups in the Israeli ambassador to Sweden who called her post a despicable insult and Frank wrote a diary during the Second World War whilst hiding in Amsterdam before she was captured and killed by the Nazis at age 15

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Why Kids Are so Troubled

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | Last month

Why Kids Are so Troubled

"Through you. A piece in The New York Times today, why kids are so troubled by psychiatrists, sarco analysts, psychologists. Doctor Webster. It's unbelievable to read this. He's talking about his first patient in adolescent girl. Who was suicidal. Because of climate change racism and equality and the mental health issues of all her friends. Congratulations to the left on screwing a generation. Never in American history. Have kids been so hurt by a political ideology as the left. Remember, the left ruins everything it touches. Everything. Everything. Including kids. Yes, the pandemic exacerbated a groundless feeling. And who by the way didn't, the lockdown did. They all say pandemic. It was the lockdown. They didn't lock down in Sweden, but should those kids are not as screwed up as ours.

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 Germany opens investigation of Baltic gas pipeline blasts

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Germany opens investigation of Baltic gas pipeline blasts

"Russia details from its probe into last month's underwater explosions the ruptured two key gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea Magdalena and sunset in Sweden the secrecy around preliminary investigations applies in this case the blast and ruptures had happened in international waters off Sweden's Baltic coastline but within the country's exclusive economic zone Russia's formerly asked Sweden's government to be part of the investigation in a letter dated October 6th the nation's domestic security agency said last week its preliminary probe has strengthened the suspicions of serious sabotage as the cause of the blasts Sweden's prosecutor in charge of the investigation says evidence at the site has been seized

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Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

"As if we've had an intermezzo a little hiatus in conservative successes, especially with what happened in 2020 with the elections here in America. But it looks as if given Sweden given Italy that the good guys are winning again. Is it too early to say that? I don't think so. I don't think so. The 2020 election obviously is a special case. I mean, despite the frenzied and it must be said, somewhat successful efforts of a unanimous national political media to maintain the pretense. There's no possible question about that election. It is clear as we get close to the midterms that approximately half the people suspect that it was a cooked result. At least in part. And so we will never know. You can't change presidents now, but that was just a very unusual election in a pandemic with a lot of new and easily abused rules of voting and vote counting. So it doesn't really stand there as a turning point in ideological or policy terms. But the rest of the trend, I think, is fairly clear. You have a movement to the right within the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom. Gains for the right and the recent French elections and the incumbent reelected government of president Macron moving somewhat to the right within the spectrum to accommodate that. The election in Italy, the election of a distinctly more conservative leader of the opposition in Canada. And as far as we can tell, you don't want to be premature, but the polls on balance coming up to the midterms do show a trend somewhat towards the Republicans. So

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4th leak reported on Nord Stream pipelines in Baltic Sea

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

4th leak reported on Nord Stream pipelines in Baltic Sea

"Another leak has been found on the pipelines that transport gas from Russia to Germany the fourth leak or one of the Nord stream pipelines has been reported off the coast of southern Sweden according to Swedish coast guards all four detected leaks are in international waters Two near Sweden and two near Denmark the Danish and Swedish governments believe that the leaks of their countries were deliberate actions before the leaks were reported explosions were recorded by seismologists with one glass being the equivalent to a magnitude 2.3 earthquake some European officials are blaming Russia for any possible sabotage who stands to benefit from higher energy prices however many others warn against pointing the finger too soon I am Karen Chammas

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I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

I Thought Fascists Hate Women...

"Fascist hate women. I'm a little bit confused. They've elected a women, a woman premiere for Italy, from a party with fascist roots. Nobody better tell them what the roots of the Democrat party are. Let's talk about all that and much more. In fact, real fascism in America with somebody who is, well, he's a professional troublemaker and that's why we invite him to guest host here on America first. Uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen, welcome in studio one on one. I get to be with you, Seb. Did I hear you say that you're moving to Sweden next week? Not moving, but we'll move across the pond or visiting relatives. I have relatives in Sweden and barbarian. Are they fascist barbarian Vikings? Barbarian Vikings they carry axes and they put the banners up and everything. Yeah. I can't wait because Sweden, as he also said, we're all talking about Italy, but before that Sweden elected a very extreme right neo fascist party. Because they believe in God, it was other problems. I think there was pretty much they believed that crime and uncontrolled immigration and all of the woke politics that were destroying their country were probably a good thing to stop. Do they believe Sweden is good? Do they believe in the country? Is that the issue? Is that why they're fascist? Because they believe in Sweden? You know, this nationalist thing. I think is wonderful to watch because it's okay to love your country. It's okay to believe that your country has something special. We do, and we have good reason to Sweden, can again, and they want to. So does Italy. Good on them. So maybe they should have, let's do a bit of consulting for them. They could come up with some kind of political catch phrase like make sweet and great again. Something like that. I make Italy great again. That's catchy. I think it's going to work because they've already started. That's the good thing. The people saw that life under woke rule life under social Democrat or whatever you want to call their version of socialism was destroying their country. And they said, maybe we should stop. I mean,

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NATO 'Closely' Watching Baltic Sea Situation, Sabotage Suspected

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 2 months ago

NATO 'Closely' Watching Baltic Sea Situation, Sabotage Suspected

"NATO official has told newsweek that the U.S. led western military alliance is carefully watching the Baltic Sea in the wake of suspicious incidents that targeted twin pipelines designed to bring gas from Russia to Germany. A NATO is monitoring the situation in the Baltic Sea closely. The NATO official said allies are looking into the gas leaks and exchanging information also with Finland and with Sweden as well. Sudden drops in pressure were first detected Monday by the operators of the Nord stream one and Nord stream two pipelines along with reports of leaks by the Danish energy agency and Swedish maritime authority. Both pipelines have been at the center of geopolitical geopolitical tensions surrounding Russia's war in Ukraine and neither were in operation at the time of the incidents, though they maintained gas under pressure within them. Late last month, Russia state run, Gazprom halted all supply through north stream one, which was completed in 2012, citing technical issues stemming from western wartime sanctions against Moscow, Nord stream two, which was completed last year, never entered into commercial operation as a result of the dispute over the conflicting Ukraine, the Danish defense command said Tuesday that prohibition zones quote unquote have been established around the site of three leagues that have been detected within the two pipelines and European nations have increasingly suspected that they were caused by foul play, Nord stream leaks and Danish military anyway. So

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Europe Investigates Unexplained Leaks in Nord Stream Gas Pipelines

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Europe Investigates Unexplained Leaks in Nord Stream Gas Pipelines

"Leaks on Russian gas pipelines are raising worries over sabotage A series of unusual leaks on two natural gas pipelines running from Russia under the Baltic Sea to Germany have triggered concerns about sabotage overshadowing the inauguration along awaited pipeline that will bring Norwegian gas to Poland to bolster Europe's energy independence from Moscow Sweden's national seismic network says it will cause it too explosions that occurred on Monday near the leaks in the Russian gas pipelines the Polish prime minister has called the events an act of sabotage while his Danish counterpart said she couldn't rule it out

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What Is the Driving Force of the Global Red Wave?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

What Is the Driving Force of the Global Red Wave?

"Idea that the everyday man has power against the great reset is popular in Sweden. It's popular in France. It's popular in Italy. What is the driving force of this though? Well, you see Europe even more so than America. Europe has been a Petri dish. It has been a mass open air experiment of neoliberalism of open borders of social liberalism and the intentional deterioration of language, borders, and culture. Europe has been for the last decade at really two decades. A nonstop. Living example of what happens when you allow unfettered Middle Eastern mass migration, the punishment of small business and the consolidation of decisions in the Brussels, the destruction of traditional family values, such as going to church and raising children properly, know all of that has been put on the chopping block. And now there is a reaction to it. And Europe is not just feeling the excesses of what happens when you say there's no such thing as a man or a woman or what happens when you bring in tens of millions of people from the Middle East when your own citizens can't eat and can't find functioning flourishing jobs. But also inflation proxy war is abroad in Ukraine. The borders continue to be wide open. Italy has been more so than almost any other country, a mass recipient of illegal migration from North Africa, from Tunisia, coming onto the shores of Italy. You see, at the top levels right now, we are seeing a challenging of the international world order. The international world order that is pushing transhumanism, the merging of man and machine, the destruction of western currencies, the fail safe is the people. Is you.

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The Global Red Wave Is Coming

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 2 months ago

The Global Red Wave Is Coming

"Some good news to share. There is a global red wave that is brewing first that happened in Sweden, and that happened in some of the parliamentary elections in France. And now it is manifested in the beautiful and the wonderful country of Italy. There's something happening that is broad and that is far reaching. That is a direct threat to the great reset. That Klaus Schwab in the World Economic Forum, the masters of the universe from Davos have been trying to dictate upon the American people. You see, what's happening here is very profound. A global awakening is spreading across continents against the very people that have been inflicting so much pain on every day citizens across the west. And we're going to see again in Brazil, whether or not this theme continues. Hopefully Brazil reelects Bolsonaro. What we saw this last weekend is what many people in the media are saying is a shocking victory for a party, a parliamentary coalition, a woman by the name of Georgia, maloney. She runs a party that is now being smeared and maligned by the entire western press as fascist and as right wing. In fact, front page of The Wall Street Journal, Italy's right wing coalition on track to win election, front page of The Wall Street Journal. Many people in the media are comparing her to Benito Mussolini. They say, this is Mussolini's party, which I always find to be hilarious. Because the left and the media, they're such big fans of democracy, whatever that word means, totally misrepresented. We're not a democracy. We are a republic, but Italy is truly a democracy much more than we are. But they're big fans of democracy until the people elect the right wing government that is fascist. We have to shut them down they're not actually fans of consent to the governed or representative government. No, instead, they're fans of top down control of totalitarianism of despotism and the shrinking of the voice of the commoner of the everyday man of the

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Giorgia Meloni's Values Are Similar to Donald Trump's Values

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Giorgia Meloni's Values Are Similar to Donald Trump's Values

"One president who did not get us involved in another war. Donald Trump went out there and he was preaching the gospel of freedom and the American way of life and what's happening. People are embracing it. Look at what just happened in Sweden and then yesterday in Italy with the election of Jorge maloney, who, by the way, they want you to think that she's some sort of a female Mussolini. I mean, even some of the conservative news networks are buying into the language, calling her a far right extremist. Well, I want you to hear, this is what she said earlier today, she is preparing to be the first female premier in the country's history. Here's what she had to say in Italy. Quote we defend God country and family. Built on opposition to gender ideology and the LGBT lobby alongside support for strong borders and an end to limitless mass migration. Well, who does that sound like ladies and gentlemen? All she needed to do was come down a golden escalator and talk about how you, your platform once.

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"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:40 min | 6 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Year old ominous chord progression resonates with Cobain's melancholy lyrics. And the sound is connecting with listeners still today, something in the way climbed billboard's Hot 100 in March 2022, marking the 5th time Nirvana has been on the chart. Just like today explain breaks down the days latest stories switched on pop does the same for today's songs because it's not just Nirvana that's having a resurgence. The angsty sounds of 90s alternative music has made a comeback. The genres, anti corporate perspective, which developed out of the excesses of the 80s, is a fitting backdrop to contemporary activist attitudes. This genre is back, but it's taken on a new sound with new faces the second time around. Subscribe to switched on pop and discover the new alternative. I'm co host, songwriter Charlie Harding. You can find switched on pop anywhere you get podcasts. Today's episode is sponsored by masterclass. 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Get unlimited access to every masterclass and as of today explains listener you can get 15% off an annual membership. Go to masterclass dot com slash explained that's masterclass dot com slash explained for 15% off masterclass. Today explained ramus from earlier in the show, I rattled off all the NATO member nations and I've got one more list for you now, all the countries whose territory makes up the Arctic. You've got Canada obvi, Denmark via Greenland. Did you know that Greenland belongs to Denmark fun fact? Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the United States via Alaska, and Russia. Now, if Finland and Sweden join NATO, Russia will be the only Arctic country that isn't with NATO and that presents its own set of geopolitical tensions because the Arctic ice is melting and militaries are moving in. To find out more, we called up Helsinki, Finland. Charlie saloni's pasternak, I'm a leading researcher at the Finnish institute of international affairs. We asked Charlie, what it would mean for the Arctic if Finland and Sweden joined NATO. I think it's going to fundamentally allow the U.S., Europe, NATO, to re conceptualize all of defense and security in Northern Europe, including the European portion of the Arctic. And it turns out, apart from NATO, the Arctic's got its own club to foster cooperation. Is the Arctic council. It was formed with the idea that this is generally going to be a place where you talk about climate environment, indigenous populations, things like that, as well as practical security search and rescue stuff like that. That's been the one place where they're thinking has been is let's discuss broad impactful issues here. You don't hear a lot about Arctic politics. Is that because they're thus far, they've been relatively functional? Well, during the Cold War it was of course one of the most militarized areas in the world because of U.S. Soviet nuclear activities. Then there was the idea that there are a lot of national resources and some sort of an Arctic exception was discussed. There could be wars and conflicts elsewhere, but in the Arctic, there would be peace, in fact. And everyone should benefit from the economics. And this idea flourished, I think, until probably 2014 and Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea when the war originally started in Ukraine, when cooperation was dialed down there across some of these different fora. So you could say that it kind of, it's so far away in some ways from the central places of conflict in global politics that it just usually doesn't rate a mention of the news. On the other hand, you could say, for some decades, it was definitely one of the places where you could get countries that view the world and how the world should operate quite differently. Get them to actually cooperate. So probably a mixture of it is a little remote and for a moment at least there was a lot of potential for cooperation. And how might the potential for cooperation change if two Arctic nations Finland and Sweden become members of NATO? One of the things that Russia has liked is that Finland and Sweden were not NATO members. But because of this limitation, the Arctic council security issues weren't to be discussed there, even if those who are precisely the ones that might have been good to discuss. So how will it change? I think fundamentally depends much more on what will be Russia's desire to have a relationship and what kind of a relationship with the rest of the Arctic countries, the rest of the west. And that will flow into the Arctic. So there are a lot of issues that need to be discussed, including cooperation and getting climate change, search and rescue stuff like that. Which really needs to get done, just regionally. But it is a little bit held hostage by the broader tensions. When Finland and Sweden join NATO, there might actually be an odd silver lining here. Which is the U.S. head some time ago suggested that the security issues, which weren't to be discussed in the Arctic council, they could be discussed in the NATO Russia council. But of course, that would have left Finland and Sweden out non starter. But now if Finland and Sweden are becoming members in NATO, there's a chance that you actually discuss security policy defense in an established form to NATO Russia council, which is one of the side reasons probably why that council hasn't been completely tossed off a cliff after this expansion of the war. So I guess that's maybe the silver lining in the future there could be a place where all of the Arctic countries meet to discuss the hard security stuff as opposed to the broader environment climate indigenous people issues. And is Russia going to be receptive to that? It doesn't seem like there's a great desire. To engage in serious cooperation. At the same time, while they often make headlines, there are always glimpses of these called confidence building measures. Things that both sides do. Tonight, U.S. led NATO troops and Russian forces are ramping up intense war games in the region. Signaling both sides are preparing for a possible conflict. If there's going to be a large weapons test or a military exercise, I'll say we, the west NATO tends to stick by them. Winter exercise is like these are meant to counter rushes, home field advantage. Waging war against an enemy that specializes in fighting in Arctic conditions. And these may seem insignificant, but they're actually kind of important because there seems to be very little else. I mean, is there a chance here that you start to see military build up in the Arctic the way you did back in the Cold War as a result of NATO expansion or the current conflict in Ukraine? Will you have actually seen it for a number of years already? It depends entirely on whose story you listen to. So.

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"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Crazier things have happened in the world. How does Putin feel about all of this? Putin hope Putin. He's kind of distracted, I think, a little bit for this mess that he created and Ukraine, which is an understatement, of course, but Putin had been signaling for a while as there were indications that Finland and Sweden might move toward NATO membership that it would kind of constitute as a threat. They warned that there might be consequences. And Putin cares a little bit more I think about Finland. Again, being on its border, but ostensibly one of the reasons why he launched this war against Ukraine was to stop the expansion of NATO and one of the results of his war in Ukraine will be the actual literal expansion of NATO. So in many ways, it is a defeat for Putin. And what does it mean for NATO? It is a huge symbolic and political win for NATO before the war in Ukraine, NATO was a little bit adrift. You know, particularly after the Afghanistan withdrawal, which NATO had been really committed to and like the United States had to reckon with 20 years of its involvement there. And so the war in Ukraine a little bit helped clarify NATO's purpose and created this renewed unity and vigor in the alliance. And this is going to add to that in a big way. And then there's military and strategic benefits, which is, you know, there was a big chunk on the European map that had been unaccounted for. And now when NATO does its military planning, they can think a different way about Northern Europe and the Nordic region, but most importantly, the Arctic. When we're back, we're going to talk about how this shifts the power balance in the Arctic. And why the Arctic is increasingly important to all the powers involved. That was Jen.

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"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:08 min | 6 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Today explained Sean roms from here with Jen Kirby who does foreign stuff at vox, she's joined us to talk about the hottest NATO news. Finland and Sweden announced last week that they are going to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, also known as NATO, a 30 member alliance which the United States and lots of European countries are a part of. Today, the Social Democratic Party has concluded that Sweden should join NATO. We have been talking here in Finland at least 30 years about native membership. And they formally submitted their application last Wednesday to join. Every nation has the right to choose its own path. You have both made your choice of the photo democratic processes. And people saw this may be coming. This wasn't a total surprise? After Russia's invasion of Ukraine, public opinion in Finland especially, but also Sweden really shut up in terms of support for joining NATO and political leaders in both countries, started to make pretty big hints that they might pursue membership. Both Finland and Sweden are close partners of NATO, so it wasn't a huge leap, but things really started to escalate quite quickly in the past few weeks. And that's because of the war in Ukraine. Yeah, absolutely. And of course, as these processes happen, Finland and Sweden were going around to other NATO countries, making sure that if they did want to apply to NATO, other people would let them in, and also making sure that the parliament, different political parties were willing to support it because both of these countries have a famously stayed out of NATO for a very long time. Right. As you alluded to there, these two countries are sort of famously neutral, right? These Nordic states? Yeah, they are. We technically say that they are militarily non aligned, but to give a little bit of history. Sweden has been kind of famously neutral for centuries. Our 200 year long standing policy of military non alignment has served Sweden well. They've stayed out of the world wars in Europe, and this has been a long-standing policy and really part of their identity. Finland is a little bit more complicated in 1939. They were invaded by the then Soviet Union. It is not a war, but the most ruthless, aggression. Upon a peace loving, hardworking and deeply religious people. And they were able to defend them off. The Finnish nation is firm and unite that in the defense of her liberty and of her democratic institutions. It still created sort of this issue for them because Finland, of course, shares an 800. Mile border with Russia. So quite a lot of territory. And so during the Cold War, they basically had to sort of sit on the sidelines. Not so much out of choice, but sort of out of necessity to keep the Soviet Union from having any other adventures in Finland. And so the Soviet Union metaled a lot in domestic politics, but then after the Cold War, both Sweden and Finland in the 1990s joined the European Union, and it's obviously a political and economic community, but there are defense guarantees. And in many ways by joining Europe, they became aligned with the west. They just formally avoided any military alliances, even though at the same time they were becoming closer and closer partners with NATO itself. So what's the deal here? Do you just fill out a form and wait to hear from the NATO bosses? How does it work? So on Wednesday, Finland and Sweden went to Brussels. They handed it in their applications. There's pictures of them. These little papers with their flags. Cute. Was it a color printer? Were the flags in color? I hope so. It looked like they whipped out the color printer for this. I'm curious if they accept NATO applications online, but not clear to me. Since it is a treaty, and of course the founding kind of foundational principle of NATO is the mutual defense clause, which is an attack on one as an attack on all. So they have to all formally bring them into the tent. And so what they did this week was try to kind of start to accelerate the process as we said before, Finland and Sweden are really close partners of NATO. They're basically as close as you could get to without actually being in the alliance. They exercise with NATO troops, troops from the queen's rule hassans are embedded into a Finnish armored brigade, they do missions together like in Afghanistan. There's much more to ice aft than just the Brits and the Americans. Dozens of countries are contributing troops to the coalition effort here in Afghanistan. And Estonia for one is punching well above its weight. They're already pretty closely there. And they're strong democratic countries. So there's not really any issues in terms of governance there. So they kind of meet all of the criteria. They're like, the ideal members for NATO. And so everybody thought the application process and the Ascension process and to NATO was going to go very smoothly. Great. And they're what? There are 30 NATO nations Albania off the top of my head here just kidding, I'm looking at a list, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark. Estonia France Germany Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia Slovenia, Spain, turkey, United Kingdom, United States, to anyone have beef with Finland and Sweden joining the club. At the lower end of the alphabet, turkey had some objections. Turkey had beef? Turkey had some beef. Why? What did Finland and Sweden do to turkey? It kind of came as a surprise. Erdoğan has objected to Sweden's granting of asylum to members of the Kurdistan Workers Party or PKK, which he has said is a terrorist organization, but obviously is a complicated domestic political matter. And so he's indicated that if they continue to do that and support and I'm using air quotes here, terrorists that he will block both Finland and Sweden's membership. Drama. He believes that they're basically too lenient on the PKK and wants them to sort of be tougher on them. But to be clear, this is Erdoğan trying to appeal to his domestic political base. There isn't a lot of there there. This is Erdoğan grandstanding trying to gain political points at home. Some other NATO drama way back when you might remember when turkey bought some Russian military equipment, Turkish president Recep Erdoğan defied the U.S. and fellow NATO allies by purchasing a new missile system from Russia. And so they took turkey out of this F-35 program for our fancy planes, but it also has old planes, F-16s that need to be refurbished or need to be replaced. And so there's a lot of speculation because there's been negotiations going on about that. The turkey is trying to win some concessions from Washington on that and doing it by holding up this NATO process. And it also has nothing to do with Russia. He's not trying to curry favor with Putin. No, and there was some kind of question if turkey, which has had at one point been trying to help broker negotiations in Ukraine. And even hungry, which is a NATO member and has been kind of close to Putin might try to hold up the process for those reasons, but that actually does not seem to be the case, at least at present. We don't know what's going to happen down the line, but for now, turkey is the main outlier and the issues that they're raising are more for his own political benefit than anything else. So assuming Erdoğan gets over it at some point, how long might it take for turkey and Sweden to become members of NATO. In the past, for example, I think Montenegro, it took like 18 months, NATO has kind of played down turkey's objections. Everyone kind of has been saying, yeah, we are working with turkey. We've registered their displeasure and don't think this is going to be detrimental to the NATO process. And many folks that I've talked to seem to agree as well, but.

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"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"This old war between Russia and Ukraine got started because Ukraine wanted to join NATO. But now very much because of Russia, two close by countries, one is straight up shares of border with and one, it shares a sea with, are trying to join NATO. Finland is the former Sweden is the latter and it's not just border stuff. If Finland and Sweden get into NATO, that'll make Russia the only Arctic country that isn't part of NATO. I think it's going to fundamentally allow the U.S., Europe, NATO, to re conceptualize all of defense and security in Northern Europe, including the European portion of the Arctic. The increasingly isolated Russia now that the nords have entered the chat. Ahead on today explained. Securing your organization against today's expanding threat landscape starts with data. Data you need to analyze at scale, and that starts with Devo. Devos cloud native logging and security analytics platform can handle unrivaled see it all amounts of data and delivers the answers you need at stop waiting for its speed. All so you can confidently focus on the cyber threats that matter most. Learn more and transform your security operations at Devo dot com. Decoder.

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"sweden" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Of two tools of imperialist great powers. So don't get involved in either one of these. Then, of course, every country has quotes that are misused in a way. Finland has won. It's outside on the sommelier fortress outside of Helsinki. It says stand here in your own two feet and do not trust or expect foreign assistance. This was kind of strengthened during the winter war while obviously not true entirely because we didn't actually materially help Finland. But these two things stay out of superpower competition, don't trust foreign help. And besides, even if you were a part of the an alliance known to come and help you. So this, in addition to the Russia factor, I think, explains why a lot of fins, 60 to 70% over a period of over two decades from the late 90s to, well, frankly, 6 months ago, thought looking at all of this and we have a fairly robust military, we don't need to join NATO. Charlie saloni has passed anak and Elizabeth brough, thank you both for joining us. You're listening to the foreign desk on monocle 24. This is the foreign desk on monocle 24, I'm joined now by her excellency Michaela kumlin granite, Sweden's ambassador to the United Kingdom, ambassador, thanks for joining us. The overarching theme of this program, I think, is how remarkable it is that we find ourselves in this position. What has that journey been like for you? Can you recall a particular moment over the last few weeks when you started to think that Sweden joining NATO had started to seem more likely than not that it was actually going to happen. Yes, well, first of all, I just really just want to start by echoing what you said. I mean, we are talking about a historical decision. We have been conducting a policy of non alignment for over 200 years. It's part of our political identity, it's part of the political tradition within many Swedes, so I must say I really need to just stress that how historical others, and I would say that maybe not only three months ago would have believed that we would have even discussing NATO so forth. But what actually happened was that we did have a deteriorating situation in our security climate in the Northern Europe or in Europe..

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"sweden" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Jump in Android, it was absolutely an identity question for the social Democrats in particular, and we should remember that the social Democrats are the predominant force in Swedish politics. They have formed the government for the majority of Sweden's post World War II era, and in fact, during World War II as well. And for them, they wanted to be seen, they want to swing to be seen as a moral superpower. They want this win to be special, not to be like its neighbors, but to have this special role in the world. So for them to change their opinion, it would really mean recognizing that their position was wrong as opposed to responding to a national security challenge, national security situation that was changing. And that meant there really Sweden could only apply for a native membership if Finland went first. And of course, conveniently for the social Democrats, they knew that Finland wouldn't go first. So they always say, well, we'll think about the Finland joints. And then Finland said, oh, we'll join. So and especially the Finnish people said, you know, we've looked at this for a while now. We'd like to join, which then appropriately enough in democracy forced the hand of the Finnish political establishment. And then reflecting on the many interviews that I've given to Swedish media where there was almost a surprise, you know, what happened here because it was this Finnish population citizenry that decided that now the security situation had changed. And so it was time to seek NATO membership. Do you get the sense that the reason for the popularity of this move among Finland's people and indeed among Sweden's was a genuine fear looking at Ukraine that if they did not join NATO, then something of that sort could, in fact, happened to them. Yes, absolutely, I think it is. And it wasn't necessary that it would happen in the next month or two in the next year. The thinking is, if Russia is willing to do this to a much larger neighbor that it in many ways considers closer than Finland, then what would prevent Russia from doing this in the coming years and decades in addition to which Russia's loose talk about nukes? Certainly is something that concerned people because of course that's a deterrence that Finland can not build by itself. Elizabeth, has there been in Sweden any serious political objection or resistance to this idea, even on the perhaps self interested basis that if we do this, it might actually provoke Russia into doing something aggressive or precipitate. Well, there has always been the argument that if we do it, then it's going to provoke Russia, which is why this moment is a unique moment in history during which to apply for an native membership because Russia is really tied up in Ukraine and can't do very much to respond. And as we have seen, it hasn't been able to do very much. It has issued over the past few weeks in various menacing statements, but in terms of any sort of muscular reaction there has been none. And in fact, Putin himself tone down Russia's reaction the other day and said, well, this is not really a big deal at all..

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"sweden" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"One of the justifications floated in defense of Russia's bizarre invasion of Ukraine in February was Moscow's desire to thwart further encroachment upon its western border by NATO. If the Russian lexicon does not include a melancholy proverb about the prudence of being careful what one wishes for, now would be a good time to coin one. This week in direct response to Russia's rampage in Ukraine, Sweden and Finland submitted their applications to become NATO's 31st and 32nd members. For both countries, it is a seismic shift in their strategic posture and philosophical outlook. Sweden, though it maintains a serious military has long been doggedly neutral, even sitting out World War II. Finland has pursued a Russia policy perhaps best characterized as don't poke the bear, having fended off the Soviet Union in the 1940s, Finland has forged its path as a sovereign nation while being mindful of the sensitivities, rational and otherwise of its mighty and volatile neighbor. Sweden and Finland have now both decisively and unmistakably picked aside. Why is this the moment? What do Sweden and Finland bring to NATO and does this expansion make NATO's mission of defending the west easier or.

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"sweden" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:38 min | 7 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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"sweden" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"sweden" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Announced last night that it supports joining the NATO military alliance. The news came shortly after its neighbor Finland formally announced its wish to join. Both countries have stayed out of the 30 strong mutual defense pact set up in 1949. But Russian president Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine has prompted them to act. Sweden's prime minister magdalena Anderson said non alignment had served the country well in the past. But its future security would be best served by joining NATO. NATO's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said that Finland and Sweden joining would be an historic moment. Their membership in NATO would increase our shared security. Demonstrate that NATO's door is open and that aggression does not pay. Sweden's move is seen as momentous change in position. This is a reversal of a long-standing commitment to non alignment. Is a Europe correspondent for The Economist. The social Democrats decided yesterday to reverse their long-standing position and support joining NATO. They say that at this point, it enhances Sweden's security. It's an irreplaceable move because they need to enjoy the article 5 security that NATO guarantees that all members will respond to an attack against any member. Magdalena Anderson, the prime minister in particular said that now that Finland is going ahead and joining NATO, it would leave Sweden unusually isolated in the Nordic region if they were the only remaining country that stayed out of NATO. But there are also some political considerations at play for the social Democrats. Why weren't Sweden and Finland already in NATO? Sweden and Finland had stayed out of NATO together. And there are two ways of thinking about the reasons why. One is simply that Sweden has a deep concern for the security of Finland. The Finns, when NATO was formed in 1949, had some years earlier concluded a war with the Soviet Union, which they fought to a stalemate, but it was clear to everyone in Finland in the long term they couldn't stand up to Soviet might. So they had signed a treaty of friendship with the Soviet Union under duress, which would have prevented them from joining NATO. And the concern in Sweden was that if Sweden joined NATO, that would leave the Finns isolated and it might prompt the Soviets to demand that the Finns join the Soviet military alliance, the Warsaw Pact, and heightened the tensions on the Peninsula. That would leave Sweden in a war security position. So out of concern for the Finns, they decided to remain technically not aligned. But you can also trace Swedish neutrality or non alignment much further back. The Swedes have been doing their best to stay out of European wars ever since the Napoleonic Wars. They had a series of unfortunate experiences in the 1700s and early 1800s, which led them to feel that staying out of European conflicts was in their best interests. And they haven't had a war since 1814. So this is a real change in this Swedish sense of where their security interests stand. And so it sounds as though Finland's decision to stay out of NATO was pragmatic. And Sweden's was more ideological. Yeah. On the finish side, they were making just a pragmatic decision about their own security. The Swedes beyond that initial pragmatic concern for Finland started to think of not alignment as a moral and ideological commitment, particularly in the 1960s, all of Palmer, the social democratic prime minister, who is a legendary figure in the history of Swedish democracy, was very opposed to the Vietnam War and marched with the North Vietnamese ambassador to Moscow to protest American abuse during that war. And Sweden began to define its international image as a non aligned country, eventually many years later they started calling themselves a moral superpower, but the sense was that their human rights oriented foreign policy was part and parcel of their non aligned position between the United States and the Soviet Union and their relationship with anonymized movement in the south globally. And that became a very deep part, especially of the identity of the social Democrats, which has made this decision exceptionally difficult for that party. So the fact that the social Democrats have switched positions, does that mean that there's now broad support for NATO membership across the political spectrum in Sweden? There's broad support across the political spectrum starting from the social Democrats and moving right. But on the social Democrats left, the left party and the Green Party, both remain firmly opposed to joining NATO for the sort of classic left wing reasons that used to be advanced by the social and class themselves. And that's a political concern with the social Democrats in previous elections they've had to worry a lot about losing their more left wing voters, their younger voters to the left party into the greens. In terms of the scheduling, the Swedes are moving ahead at the same pace as the fins, but it was already clear that the Finns were going to be joining NATO a couple of months ago and this process in political terms has been more gradual on the Swedish side. It looks as though la jolena Anderson has had to maneuver a bit more to make sure that she is not getting out ahead of her party isn't seem to be pushing anybody and it's just allowing the consensus to build. So has Anderson's successfully built that consensus? Is it a done deal or can anything derail Sweden's entry into NATO? Within Sweden, the consensus is clear at this stage and there are definitely going to go ahead and apply at some point during the week. Within NATO, the story is more complicated. The president of turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan decided on Friday to come out in opposition to Sweden and Finland joining NATO at this point. He complains that both countries due to little to go after members of the Kurdish nationalist group, the PKK, who live in their countries, they both have fairly large Kurdish immigrant communities. And he wants them to provide clear security guarantees and lift export bans on arms turkey, where he's going to back membership and it's a unanimous deal everybody NATO has to agree to let them in. Antony Blinken, the American Secretary of State, however, is fairly sure that all NATO members are eventually going to come around to approving membership for Sweden and Finland. I heard almost across the board, very strong support for Finland NATO joining the alliance if that's what they choose to do. And I'm very confident that we will reach consensus on that. What has Russia's reaction been? Russia has been warning the Finns and the Swedes to stay away from NATO for a very long time. Those warnings have intensified over the course of the succession process, particularly towards Finland, which Russia is still considered as part of its sphere of influence inland was a province of the Russian Empire back in the 19th century, and they had to accommodate Soviet concerns during the Cold War. Vladimir Putin says their plan is a mistake. He has warned earlier that he would station nuclear weapons in the gulf of Finland area, but they apparently are already stationed there. It's not really clear what that represents. Now he says he's going to station more Russian troops in the area. They may not have those troops considering how tied down they are in Ukraine. And they cut off electricity supplies to Finland. They say that that was related to payments, but Russia supplies perhaps 10% of the electricity that Finland gets on a given day to fins think that they can get that electricity from other sources. So it doesn't seem like a terribly grave threat. But overall, what's striking, particularly with the finished case is that Putin entered his war in Ukraine with the intention of pushing NATO back from Russia's borders and instead he has doubled his border.

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"sweden" Discussed on podnews

podnews

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on podnews

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"sweden" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on The Wise Fool

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"sweden" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Is a different way of winning. And they try to get cute. I'm vindicator cater this game one way and the next game. It'll be this way. And i moved the other pieces here. And we're gonna be fine because we've got such a deep team because we're on a forty four game unbeaten streak because we're the best team in the world and nothing is going to happen. Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face. Mike tyson said that and show true. They just got punched in the face. What do you knew that. What do you do now. The next game is a must win game so that goes out the window. You have to put in the team that you think is get you those three points and next game you worry about the next but this is going to be a domino effect for this very well. Mature team going into the quarters. Yeah you said mature and we talked a lot about the aids leading up to this tournament average over thirty. It's interesting that you mentioned that they were tired. What i think is the opposite of that. Is that if your experience. You should be able to handle difficult moments. And that's another thing that didn't happen in this game. Meghan repeal afterwards said. They were tight nervous. Have you ever thought of the. Us women's national team has nervous herk. It's true but you know. I'll tell you i've never seen the. Us women's national team get bullied this way physically o'hara and crystal done i mean o'hara was on the ground. I can't tell you how many times she was getting physically beat up. I've never seen eighteen manhandled physically the us women. Like i saw sweden sweden look faster. Did look stronger. And they looked fresher. And you could tell ya when you say physically manhandled to also talking about the absence of julia or urges not one hundred percent ninety minute fit you. Saw the difference. She made when she came on in the second half. But at the end of the day. If you don't have julia it's it changes very much. I think what the ceiling of this national team is speaking of the ceiling of this. Us women's.

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"sweden" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"If i were goal is so if if they draft him which they might do i mean he's projected going that range. The kings will be getting a physical presence. Like compared to helga grants from last season. They could be you know the guy small guy on the same deeper basically a Firing away dad. Going on on the breakout so I can see him taking on a bit of a stay at home. Demand role on the five five on five but Also be versatile enough to be used on the power play. Which is i mean. That's every every coach's dream to have a demon defensive demon probably be good enough to contribute on the on the man advantage as well. I really like him. I think. I think what would the way the season kinda shaped out in terms of the play for further they by their standards. They didn't have a great season I think that kind of hemmed him a bit in in the in the swedish hockey league. I think he would have gotten a bit more ice time in games. Should they had a better outlook like coming down the stretch here But i mean he played with us the role seen hotel since guiding. Five helpers in fourteen games on the had six points in in the u twenty league as well and like. I said not to look at much much of the points i can. I believe he can score big more next season. I do think that if i would prefer if i were like him or or his agent or whoever gets to call the shots to for him to stay another year in the nhl before moving over to kinda get it to the senior hockey canada. Thank pay playing a full season against men and then maybe move over to to kind of do the ahl feel a little bit identical. I guess to fog mojo in many ways of growing up having that look at an impact early but then obviously getting a little bit of time to to adapt an adjusted a higher level in more ice time. You know it's interesting with With edvinsson because i was obviously going through some research looking at a lot of the the scouting reports him as someone. Is you mentioned that can quarterback power play and you know be someone that can contribute on both ends of the ice but it really seemed like some where he really stepped up aside from maybe select offensive. Potential was just as you mentioned his ability to just be a nightmare to to have to go up against the on the rush in his gap control in areas like that. Yeah i like. I like that..

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"sweden" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Gb while supplies last kings currently have eight picks in the upcoming two thousand and twenty one nhl entry draft including the eighth overall pick. the draft is always a bit of a mystery with hundreds of players eligible to be taken but this past year has made it even tougher predict. So we've assembled some keen hockey observers from around the hockey world. Jack lonski is going to ask them to tell us which players are out there and what kinds of players might wind up in la. We start off in sweden with sixty fun. Quist helgi grants as a potential target for the kings at the two thousand twenty. Nhl entry draft. What's up kings fans Well we're here with six quits. Who i feel like we're just talking about sewage prospects months ago but with the condensed season we get you twice in a year so Joining me now is sixteen quiz writer and contributor for nhl dot com sweden and s. h. l. dot s Covering the professional league in sweden. Six in how you doing. Thank you for having me jackie. I'm doing fine bit hot here. I've got mixed neighbor. Donna wall so we might be interrupted by sledgehammer anytime soon but other than that. I'm fine how are you doing. Hey no problem. It is what it is. And we're happy to have you on all the way from sweden so You know we recently found out the kings are going to be drafting a overall they also have eight draft picks this year including two seconds. Two thirds with some previous traits with the vegas trated. Alex tina's in that One of the toronto trade as well but we go back to sweden. United covered this In last offseason as we got close to the drafts. Sweden and the kings of at a very common deep connection when it comes to taking prospects most notably device bjorn foot as of late But then even most recently with the newly signed helga runs last year. Second round so plenty more Within the past few but You know now we look towards this next year in some of the top prospects that could go in the first rounders. Maybe some guys that the kings could could move around together as well so With all that you know we'll go through some of the names and some of the prospects that we have here on the list and we'll get your so. I'm good all.

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"sweden" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"And you get a lamp yet. We've got nine industry now and it make cozy and it almost like you. Don't turn you on your the others of not giving them your little out that the lights of coziness. It's kind of like you get and you will concur. This doesn't happen in finland does it. No wonder and it's only like in christmas time. You have those two we oncle. If you the star one stop. Yeah candalyn you have those in the windows in denver and some doesn't generous well but nothing like that. It's like with lamps in sweden and this is a bit like of key has made famous the lights. Yeah the lights cozy and so this is the electrified version of the t light but because they were in the window and i cannot ernie's already there to be seen from the outside rather than they're not an indoor decoration it to be seen from the outside but it really just gives such a nice cozy atmosphere in the dockland two months this pretty much ninety percent of windows. It's also a lovely. actually it is. Yeah it's really nice. So was another nice surprise my observations we now the last one we going back on the north at this is number. Eight suites arnauts law abiding citizens end of the day. Tell me tell me what this this this this is controversial. This is controversial I love the you will hear. You will read all the nordic countries ovarian bedia all the reason why it is the abedian nordics and then the swedes. Of course they do as they're told and they're you know they're all good citizens and they're all part of the You know the swedish full cam. You know they're all love to break the rules talk about way. We'll talk about it but they actually a little bit like the fins but not in the same way they got that little stubborn streak maybe not as hardcore the but they definitely have been straightening. They're definitely like to get away with not following rules. Reality will if they can. Yeah would it be like okay. I parked my car here. Because i know i can get away with it all you know. Nobody's looking so. I'm gonna just put it here on the blind blind persons for is that kind of ain't no. I would say that would be in the uk and in australia. Toby those are the ones that i don't care so it's a fine line. It's weird things that it's it's an obviously. I've observed is so may come to this conclusion during the covid where we're all supposed vestige probably the lack of not following any kind of social distancing still stubbornly having fica meetings in.

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"sweden" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"sweden" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"So any sweet. Who's listening this. Please come and dispute this fact from yesterday. You're not gamblers. But yeah there are so many ebbets for an ice. Yeah and that was really really a big surprise to me and i thought you know all the stereotypes about feed gyn feet lift sleeve and all this stuff in but but maybe something behind it which brings us to the point to rules of fica and meeting so you there now for nine months. Nine hundred month so What is your twelve months. Actually so what is your feel about. Fica meetings at work okay. So what we often hear about fica is the it's usually talked about in the social seem like the social setting in the home when the cafe but very little is talked about the office mandatory law. You must follow the rules and do the fica in the lead place which is actually quite surprising. I think full international people who come away in sweden. It can be a bit of a strange one because you would interpret it as being a coffee break and on. What time is you're getting paid for this break. It's not paid break. And the worst thing you can do. Sweden is to say it's okay. I'm happy to keep working. You guys go. i will join. Yeah because i was rude while the things you're so so so what has transpired. In the mystery of unraveling is basically. It is treated as part of the way that it is basically like say all having a meeting at eleven fifteen. See that it's okay. I'm gonna just keep whacking you guys. Go enjoy yourself. It is seen in view regarded as a meeting. And it's very much about this social in this engagement with other people in airing of ideas probably wouldn't happen. Otherwise but how our coffee break. How does people do now. Because in sweden you guys saw in isolation have have been on and off you know isolation so do this to have a fico through zoom. Or do they do it. No i mean anecdotally through my wife oversee she's the one who goes to the office But they yet people still during the break. And i can also say that. There's a cafe. I go to regulate because look while only recently been going off on my corona but it is a group of workers who come in at the same time every day at eight forty five about twenty of them lay coming they will get a little buns When they come in in spain as oldham in september november. I've seen just two days ago. Still doing it also with the in an office or whether you wack repair to fica is is it. It's a part of it isn't a break. It's almost like the in finis pool up. I have a coffee. You know like you have a.

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"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

JOHN16AND12.COM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"sweden" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"She four mayo later now. Because she's she gave me an impression of be dortch from holland. And it's Doesn't work together recalls. Hold on this flat. You'd have no mountains so if she's is coming from holland up to north oh sweden or finland roeszke. She must be in married to someone. Molina is sounds like just say molina and cheese. So mia spelling on Finished name like they have to. I in together that we don't have in swedish. When she say this name but they in finland they have it can be too i together.

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