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Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:59 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Energy infrastructure tech innovation type lending On all of that comes after some recent data showing China's loan growth slumped last month in quite a bit If you look at the overall number 94 billion in new loans for the month of April that's the lowest level in nearly 5 years Well the U.S. could be on the verge of stagflation the warning coming from bob prince of Bridgewater associates He says markets are under discounting gains in consumer prices His friends speaking with us earlier today at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland We're on the cusp of it The way we look at stagflation is in terms of how it affects markets And the way it affects markets is if the inflation rate is higher than discounted and the growth rate is lower than discounted And we're in a situation right now where there's a very low inflation rate discounted Therefore it's easier easy to be above that and we've got a high growth rate discounted Therefore it's easy to be below that So relative to what's discounted we could very easily be into this very quickly And that is well prints of Bridgewater associates in support of his view the growth picture appears to be darkening The Bloomberg measure of economic surprises moved into negative territory for only the second time since the 2020 pandemic outbreak Let's take a closer look at today's market action with our guest niraj Seth who is head of Asian credit at BlackRock on the line from Singapore near Raj thanks for being with us I was struck today by some comments made by Bill ackman the founder of Pershing square and he seems to be leaning in to a call for much more aggressive fed action He's warning that investors essentially are now lacking confidence in the fed and the mission about getting inflation under control is really up for debate Are you concerned about a policy misstep here Not really I think we do see certainly the fed catching up in terms of the whole taming of inflation So I do expect the fed to actually keep going on the path of tightening from here and stay the course at least in the near term But I'm not sure if I'm worried about the policy mistake aspect here Inflation is high It's ticking from both sides in terms of supply and demand And the policy adjustment from the extremely accommodative stance is necessary So I think we will see the fed continuing on the path at least for next few quarters Still though with amidst all these concerns you are remaining cautious on risk assets Tell us a little bit more about that So the key here is you have a combination of the higher inflation which obviously is putting pressure on the central banks not just the U.S. fed in terms of the normalization or tightening of policy And I think that's obviously going to put some pressure on growth in terms of where we go from here You also have the geopolitics issue in terms of the Russia Ukraine and the China COVID policy which is keeping pressure on the supply side constraints and negative growth impact So when you put that together I would argue that you are still in the midst of the risk premia adjustment for the new world order for the next few quarters In terms of some of the sectors that are getting corrected and to some extent the overall risk premium actually adjusting So I'm not bearish or worried about the recession risk here but more worried about where the risk premium settles down and I think we can see the volatility to stay high at least for the next couple of months But are you concerned about the acceleration that we have seen that the rate of change is certainly much greater now than it was a while ago And that may have introduced a little bit of instability in markets You're not concerned about that at all So there is some level of that instability you also have seen obviously the policy slowly impacting the liquidity and the market sentiment The growth I would argue that it's slowing down but it's not closer to the risk of recession So I would be very much in the camp that we are in more of a moderating growth and a little more sticky inflation scenario here which obviously is the backdrop You have to live with for a T's near term About concerns to China growth UBS and JPMorgan joining the likes of stanchart city yesterday downgrading their forecast too So China growth thirdly the risk is to the downside And that's a combination of factors around the COVID policy which is impacting both the investment and the consumption side as well as putting constraint on the supply chains And additionally you've seen a significant downtrend in the real estate markets which basically were a lynchpin for growth for the last two decades So overall you do have a downside risk to growth We started to see over the last couple of weeks a combination of LPR cut and the overall policy shift from a fiscal standpoint We would need to see more for growth to get supported here Also a downshift in the U.S..

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Biden Wants the WHO to Take Away Your Rights

The Officer Tatum Show

01:03 min | 1 d ago

Biden Wants the WHO to Take Away Your Rights

"World Health Organization is very hard for me to say that. The WHO, I'm just going to say the WHO. They are meeting in Geneva Switzerland, which is where they meet, and there is about a 194 member countries is what they call it the representatives for the respective countries which essentially a company are accommodate for 98% of the world's representation. And at this meeting, they talk about a whole slew of different things, but in this particular meeting, the United States is going to enter into a legal binding international health rule about what do we do as a world, you know, we should really be focusing on what we do as a nation. But as a world on a world stage, what would we do in case of another pandemic? Obviously, if we agree and put ourselves in this legally binding agreement, then there is going to be a central power that dictates what we do moving forward in cases of a pandemic.

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Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

01:57 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Go ahead, go right ahead, Gabe. I am tired of hearing about being the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live. When you're number 48 for mental health, when you're number one from maternal mortality. When you have an incarceration rate that's on the rise and wages that are on the decline, then you are not the number one place to do to live. In the United States, but we can get there gwinnett. All right, so she tried to contextualize that. When you have a high incarceration rate, that's not a bad thing. All of these social justice warriors want to be soft on crime. That means that means Georgians, if you elect Stacey Abrams, crime is going to get worse as well as far as mental illness is concerned. They are not the 48th in the entire nation. That's completely asinine and nonsensical. All you have to do, frankly, is walk around predominantly blue states like New York City or California, Los Angeles to see where serious mental illness problems are occurring. You'll see an abundance of homelessness in those areas, particularly in Los Angeles and places like that. So it's just a silly wrongful thing to say there were a couple of other things she mentioned. But the lady is just, this is what happens. When you are a social justice warrior, you have nothing to run on. All you can do is complain. She doesn't have real solutions. Herself, except to say that America's racist, except to say that the election was stolen from her. And except to say that whites are racist on the system. The system is oppressive. So on et cetera. So I don't think that's going to bode well for her. I believe in my opinion that she just lost the race with that comment. And I know Republicans, I get it, Republicans are doing a lot of damage to each other, but the truth of the matter is she's a horrible candidate. And I don't think she's going to. She's going to succeed. Smart lady. But horrible candidate. All right, social justice warriors tend to be that. All right, now let me go into a deep dive. I want you to understand what's happening right now we have this thing, this world economic form. Savannah Hernandez has been doing some great work out there as well as Jack but Soviet human events I think he's working on behalf of turning point USA Charlie Kirk's organization, but they both have been doing some great reporting from there. There's video that has emerged from them both Savannah Hernandez, and I believe Jack was of human events where they are literally trying to find out and ask questions about what's happening with the World Economic Forum. They're not being allowed to do so. You literally have police officers, cops, security, whatever they may be outside, telling them not to record, they're not permitted to record, recall where in the United States of America. So we have freedom of speech rights here. They don't have that in Davos Switzerland, so that's something you have to keep in mind. They're not willing to willing to comply. But basically you have these billionaires and these world leaders that all converge on Davos, Switzerland during this world economic form. They come in their private jets while they bash all of us upside the head talking about man-made global warming and how it's killing the environment. They don't believe any of this nonsense. That's just a way for them to gain control. What they want is a one world government. These are words that I never thought I'd utter because they sound like such a conspiracy theory, but the fact is this is true. This is what the world economic form is trying to do. Now, having said that, they want a totalitarian government where you better shut up and be quiet and the only people that have a say are the elites and that whether that be the people in Washington, D.C. here in the United States, the elites across the world, whether that be Xi Jinping or other despots around the world, those people will have a say in the World Economic Forum and anyone that buys into their nonsense, but the people that won't have a say are average everyday working Americans and working class citizens across the globe and poverty stricken citizens for that matter as well will never get a chance or the opportunity to grow outside of poverty because the World Economic Forum and the people associated with that want to control us and want to keep us all in bondage. Having said that, this is what this is where I want to connect the dots. All right,.

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The WEF's Goals Pose a Specific, Targeted Threat to the American Way

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 1 d ago

The WEF's Goals Pose a Specific, Targeted Threat to the American Way

"In Davos Switzerland right now and everything that impacts your pocketbook and your livelihood actually goes through Davos more than Washington D.C.. The puppeteers of Joe Biden the people that are actually pulling the strings are the ones right now in Switzerland. Unfortunately, because America is not as strong as it once was, especially under this president. There's more power being concentrated in the hills of Switzerland than in our own land. Now the power in America could be re invigorated almost instantaneously. With proper leadership and proper vision. But here's the 8 predictions for the world for 2030. Now, they changed some of the branding and some of the wording. Because it was a little bit too, let's say it was a little bit too spicy. Number one, you'll own nothing and you'll be happy. This is a goal, a prediction by 2030. Now they word it differently on their website as of today. They say all products will have become services, quote, I don't own anything. I don't own a car, I don't own a house, I don't any apply. I don't own any appliances or clothes. Shopping is a distant memory in the city of 2030, whose inhabitants have cracked clean energy and borrow what they need on demand. It sounds utopian until she mentions that her every move is tracked and outside the city lives in swathes of discontent and the ultimate depiction of a society splits into. The second one, there is a global price on carbon. China took the lead in 2017 with the market for trading, the right to emit CO2, setting the world on a path towards a single carbon price and a carbon tax. Goal number three, which is the U.S. will no longer be the world's superpower. U.S. dominance is over. We'll have a handful of global powers. Nation states will upstage to come back. And America will no longer be the world's superpower. Western values will be have tested to a breaking point. What are western values? Separation of powers. Consent of the governed. Western values are what keep us together. Western values are the best way to design and run a civilization. Some people say, well, Charlie, how dare you say western values are better than other values. Well, I think it's a good thing that we have the presumption of innocence. I think it's a good thing that we have a protection of individual and constitutional rights. Western values are derived from the teachings of the Bible. They are human rights. Western values respect the right to speech assembly to run for office, independent judiciary, that not one person should be able to control. There's western values are that the few should not be able to rule the many, but the many should be able to rule the few.

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Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:40 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Street down Because of all the dislocations there's always relative value trades that you could be doing This is Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney at Matt Miller On Bloomberg radio All right coming up in this half hour We're going to get the latest on these markets They continue to sell off here with the S&P off 2.2% and NASDAQ off 3.5% Plus the conversation of the morning we're going to head over to Davos Switzerland Tom keen and Lisa brahmo are sitting down with a Bank of America's CEO Brian moynihan and just moments and we will bring that to you that should be fascinating But first let's check in with Greg Jarrett Bloomberg business flash great I am looking at social media stocks doctor down led by tech and social media started it all today They've lost about a $165 billion in market value so far today This came after snap's profit warning added to woes or problems for sector that has already reeling from stalling the user growth and rate hike fear So when will we get back into these stocks Jimmy Conway's Citigroup tells Bloomberg getting back into risk stocks.

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All Eyes Are on Davos, Switzerland

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 1 d ago

All Eyes Are on Davos, Switzerland

"Lot to go through this week, action packed week, and we are going to start with the most important thing happening in the world right now. All eyes are on Davos. Davos is a mountain town for the elite and the ruling class in eastern Switzerland. When you hear about Davos in the coming days, it is the meeting of the World Economic Forum. The World Economic Forum is a member organization of prime ministers of heads of government of treasury secretaries of celebrities, business leaders, people of influence who want to remake the world in their image. You heard president Donald Trump back in 2016 say over and over again that we need to stop globalism. Well, Davos is the center of global government. Davos is where the most powerful people in the world engage in almost sandbox type behavior and they throw around ideas on how they want the world to operate. Some of them might seem radical at one period of time and then all of a sudden we go through something dramatic and unprecedented and those very predictions that were made years prior all of a sudden seem to be in closer grass. We're going to go through in great detail. What is the World Economic Forum? Who's in charge of the World Economic Forum? What are the stated goals of the World Economic Forum? Because right now as we are doing that program, this program, they are whining and dining and having martini hour and champagne sipping, enjoying how the global agenda in some parts of the world is closer to being ushered in. The World Economic Forum has some specific stated goals.

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Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:29 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Probably more responsibility and more maybe solidarity, economics solidarity is also needed to be to be introduced in their everyday operations in order to ensure that Ukrainian companies that are still operating on the ground are actually engaged in the in the corporation lines and that they would stop the trade with Russian Federation because if they continue doing so, unfortunately they are feeding the terrorism activities of the Russian Federation on our Ukrainian soil. Now Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky made an address here to the west assembly. Yesterday. We've been seeing in the international news coverage how it has been received by European partners and by the U.S. and Canada. How was it received back home? Well, definitely I'm happy that right now president of Ukraine is definitely expressing the mood and the societal desires from Ukraine. And that is very important. So I'm glad that he has this reach out to such audiences and obviously by having a speech. The main main scene main stage of Davos is allowing us Ukrainians through him reach out to many more audiences. So definitely, it has been also supported back home. Now, we mentioned when we introduced to your role overseeing a relations with NATO and with DU, which at a time like now, exactly. And at a time like now, that experience extremely valuable. Are you having this sort of engagement that you are looking for? Or, for example, here at Davos as it proved to be an opportunity to maybe make some connections that have proved difficult so far. You know, I've talked about this this morning after this panel. I've talked to a minister of foreign affairs of Finland and of Spain to ensure they are backing for the candidate status for Ukraine and one was a bit easier conversation. Another was not that easy, but I'm sure that with all of our common arguments that we are using and with this incredible courageous stance of Ukrainian people for the values while they are fighting for our European choice on our own soil by protecting that choice will make miracles and the EU will have the political decision in June with regard to granting us to embedding us through candidate status in European official formation, not just admitting that we are European. We are nobody else but European. Thank you very much Ivana. That was Ivan accomplished inside the former Ukraine and vice prime minister for European and Euro Atlantic integration joining us here in Davos. In other developments, the leading Russian diplomat at the UN mission in Geneva has quit his job in protest at the bloody war unleashed by Putin against Ukraine. War is one of their said in an open letter, he had never been so ashamed of his nation. Let's get more on this now with Florian ugly, a senior associate at four hours, the Swiss foreign policy think tank, Florian, is our Zürich studio. Hello, Florian, nice to hear from you from another corner of Switzerland. A dramatic resignation. What can you tell us? Yeah, so it's been quite special indeed. So I think three things are to be pointed out to your first. It's the first public resignation that we see from a rather senior Russian government officially involved in either defense or in this case now diplomacy or international diplomacy. Second, I think, to point out Boris bond is 41 years old. So he's not kind of at the end of his career, but he's kind of in the midst of it. So it's a resignation that personally I would say is way more costly, right? Because it's not kind of at the end of term that this resignation comes. And the third thing to remark here is that in his letter of resignation, he actually makes a direct personal confrontation with the Russian foreign ministry minister Sergei Lavrov, which again, you know, personal criticism is something that we haven't seen a lot from within the ranks. Like we've seen abstract criticism even on Russian TV sometimes, you know, about the strategy of the Russian army, et cetera, but really personal criticism and a very clear statement that the way that the foreign ministry works and particular Sergei Lavrov has changed is quite dramatic and has become very kind of idealistic and not rational anymore. So we haven't seen much of that and I would say these three things really stand out for me in this resignation letter. Florian, you mentioned there this personal level of that letter. How much damage do you think will do in practice? Honestly, in practice, I think it will be like a small, a small ripple in the sea. I don't see that this will have widespread consequences. Although, of course, some organizations are now trying to seize that opportunity. So for example, the executive director of UN watch, which is an NGO based in Geneva with the mission to monitor the performance of the UN in Geneva and particularly its adherence to the charter. So the executive director hill Neuer calls for resignation of further senior diplomats to cause a broader broader wave of exits perhaps from the Russian foreign service and diplomatic diplomatic staff. But he also says, and I think rightly points out this fact that western state and here in particular Switzerland must offer some sort of a protection Visa program whatsoever for these cases because otherwise I think I don't see this becoming more widespread unless there is some guarantees from Western countries that these people who expose themselves personally and perhaps they'll already live in Western countries will be granted protection. And Florian just to finally you cover the Putin Biden summit in Geneva for us, could you have imagined back then that relations would reach the particular low ad, but that would be witnessing the relations as they are at the moment. I think it was hard to conceive back then. It was still the time of talks. But already then it has to be noted that the summit was really kind of the Russian initiatives and the Americans were very reluctant to enter the negotiations and to give Russia that stage that Vladimir Putin together with Joseph Biden had in Geneva. So in some sense, the dynamics were already quite similar. And perhaps as a final remark, so relations deteriorate dramatically, but Switzerland in this conflict so far adhered to a quite strict definition of neutrality, which dates back from 1907 and Switzerland, even prohibited American American warplanes to fly over its territory or now made it impossible for Germany to export Swiss weapons over to Ukraine, both are principles according to a 5 principles of very strict neutrality. So Switzerland is trying very hard to keep out as much as possible from that conflict and perhaps also keep Geneva open for another of those summits, although at the moment, of course, this is completely inconceivable. Thanks, Florian. That was for an ugly in Zürich. I'll see you back at the first in 90 for a coffee at the end of the week. Now, mark is up here standing by in London where the days are the news headlines. Thanks, Carlos. 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Katty Kay: U.S. Having a Baby Formula Shortage Is 'Unbelievable'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 4 d ago

Katty Kay: U.S. Having a Baby Formula Shortage Is 'Unbelievable'

"Here's Katie Kay from the BBC Another far left outlet over there She does the same thing Acting perplexed and confused that the big government that they all kissed the butt of is so incompetent that they can't even handle a baby formula crisis It's not Joe yeah Joe Biden is uniquely unqualified I'll give you that But surely there are people around him who know what they're doing And the answer is what they're doing is intentionally destroying this place They can't help you know that So they got to make it out that no no it's just a character flow at this administration here Listen to this check check out catty K from the BBC Take a step back The idea that the United States of America is having to import baby formula from Switzerland because mothers are running down to one can or even less to try and feed their babies They literally can not feed their babies and this is in 2022 The world's biggest military the world's biggest economy can't get baby for me a lot of people just seems frankly it seems kind of unbelievable If somebody had told this to me a couple of months ago I would have never believed that this was going to happen This headline started cropping up two or three weeks ago And two or three weeks ago there wasn't very much attention being paid to this The first story is I saw about it back then I thought I hope The White House is on this because this has the potential to blow up in their faces politically in a very big way And of course much more importantly it is causing huge amounts of stress to parents

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Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "switzerland" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Turned into a custody battle over Donald Trump's legacy In Georgia former president Trump drew a line and now voters are deciding whether to listen Mister Trump wants to oust incumbent governor Brian Kemp who upheld the results of the 2020 election but the governor appears to be holding on And we can not take tomorrow for granted We're doing this for a reason Kemp is popular with voters for his handling of the pandemic and he defeated Democrat Stacey Abrams who was running for governor again Nearly 15 million Americans are bracing for some pretty severe weather today A tornado in the Texas Panhandle heavy rain flash flooding and severe weather possible from the southern plains into the lower Mississippi valley in the mid south today and it's not just the elements Americans continue to be hammered by record high gas prices CBS's Christopher Cruise tells us he says the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline is just shy of $4 and 60 cents 47 cents more than a month ago a dollar 56 more than a year ago and a dollar 5 more than it was when Russia invaded Ukraine three months ago The national average hasn't fallen for a month and has reached new highs every day since May 10th In Davos Switzerland U.S. climate envoy John Kerry told the World Economic Forum that the global energy crisis wrought by the war in Ukraine should not deepen the world's dependence on climate disrupting fossil fuels wrapping up his Asia Pacific tour President Biden said We're navigating the dark hour in our shared.

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Michele Bachmann Discusses the Plot to Undermine American Sovereignty

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 5 d ago

Michele Bachmann Discusses the Plot to Undermine American Sovereignty

"The person that has really pulled the fire alarm, the person that has been able to warn us about what's happening at the World Health Organization. Is Michelle bachmann. There's a clip with Michelle bachmann, and the great Steve Bannon, going back and forth about this that has been sent to me probably by 30 people in the last 24 hours. And one of the most effective interviews that I've seen in quite some time warning, the American population of what's happening very soon in Geneva Switzerland. Is what Michelle bachmann said on that program with us right now is Michelle herself. To be able to walk us through what we're just getting into. And the World Health Organization meeting, Michelle, welcome to the program. First of all, thank you for really signaling the alarm here. How do you learn about it and get into the details? What are we about to do? We being America in Geneva, Switzerland, if we don't stop it. Hi, Charlie. I just want to bring greetings to you for regent university too. We adore you. We love everything you're doing and you may not know this, but I'm the adviser for turning point for turning point USA on the university campus. So I'm a big fan of YouTube. So thanks for having me on. But the issue that we're talking about one is one that just came up recently. No one should feel bad if they don't know about it. This issue was meant by design to run under the radar. The Biden administration has amendments that they took to the United Nations to the world health assembly. The healthcare arm of the United Nations is the World Health Organization. But the World Health Organization's governing body is the world health assembly. They meet once a year in Geneva Switzerland. They're going to meet beginning starting this Sunday, May 22nd to the 28th, and they take up their business. Agenda item 16.2 this year are the proposed Biden amendments to the 2005 international health rules. Those are the rules that we in the United States agreed to beginning for international health beginning back in 2005. This is not a treaty. There is a proposed global pandemic treaty that's being worked on right now that will be voted on in 2024. That's not what this

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The W.H.O. and a Fire Alarm for American Sovereignty

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | 5 d ago

The W.H.O. and a Fire Alarm for American Sovereignty

"Now the immediate significance of all this outside of just kind of a rather enjoyable monologue that I'm making right now, at least I'm enjoying it about how beautiful the U.S. Constitution is right now, the beginning stages of the erosion of individual sovereignty and state sovereignty and national sovereignty is going to be put in jeopardy. The World Health Organization, the highly corrupt World Health Organization. Is going to be meeting in Geneva Switzerland in the coming days post Davos to make official the complete elimination of American based sovereignty. America has the ability to make their own health decisions as it is today. But this proposed declaration from the World Health Organization would basically remove all sovereignty from the American citizens and put them in the hands of international. Unelected, World Health Organization, bureaucrats. Bill Gates, for example, contributes much of the WHO budget. This would completely put into jeopardy. A future Florida a South Dakota when it comes to a

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Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 5 d ago

Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann: Pray for the Upcoming WHO Vote

"Is there anything we can do to avert this? I mean, it's effectively the end of America. It sounds like I'm making this up. But what you just said is it's unbelievable to cede sovereignty to some organization. I mean, it's fundamentally unconstitutional, but I guess my question is, what can we do? Well, what we can do, first of all, is pray. And remember that God does not abandon us. His banner over us is love. He hears us when we cry out to him. And so no one should despair. No one should cry, what we need to do is recognize that we have a holy God who loves us. This is not taking him by surprise, praise psalms too over this issue. Psalms too says that the nations are in rebellion against God, but God sits on his throne and laughs about things like this because he is sovereign. You can't give away ultimate sovereignty. God is sovereign. So what the Biden administration is doing is clearly lawless. It is clearly unconstitutional, but there's a difference between law and power and the Biden administration has the power to do whatever they want unless we check them. So what we need to do is contact our U.S. senators, our House members, our governor, our state attorney general, because all of them are impacted and tell them we want these Biden amendments withdrawn before they're voted on May 22nd through 28 in Geneva, Switzerland at the world health

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Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 5 d ago

Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

"Now. The dean of the Robertson school of government for regent university and she is my guest. Michelle bachmann, welcome. Thank you so much and also a longtime friend to Eric my taxes. Honored to think so. I have to say, you have been in public life for a long time. You get in the weeds on this stuff. I just, I can't bear sometimes to look at it. What I have been hearing from you and others regarding this issue, it seems like a kind of madness. Somebody must be making it up. It can't be true. Tell us what is going on. Well, that is the biggest problem right now because people can't believe that this could be possible. But then just say to yourself, what have we lived through for the last two and a half years where Congress didn't vote on mask mandate. Congress did vote on lockdowns. Conference Congress didn't vote on suspending rent for rent control issues. They didn't vote mandate vaccines. None of those votes were taken. It was all under the auspices of emergency powers that the Biden administration, whether it was Rachel walensky at the Centers for Disease Control or Doctor Fauci or doctor burps. Pronouncements were made. It was just a press release or a press conference, and we were all told, oh, this is law. We were told that we had to comply as though it was law. When it wasn't long, it was emergency action. So what's happening? I set that up because what's happening is that level of rising authoritarianism and a denial of our civil liberties, the last two years in America by American health officials, that level of authoritarianism, decision making, under the Biden amendments, if they pass a Geneva Switzerland May 22nd to 28th, would transfer American sovereignty and the sovereignty all nations over the world over our healthcare decisions from our nation over to the director general of the World Health Organization. That's

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What Happens When the Base of a Party Knows More Than Its Leaders?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | Last month

What Happens When the Base of a Party Knows More Than Its Leaders?

"There's something happening worldwide and we've been talking about this theme and I really want to focus on this theme as we kind of get kicked off today, which is the theme of the big trying to crush the small or the few trying to crush the many. What we're seeing this play out on a global stage. In one month, the World Economic Forum will be meeting in Davos, Switzerland, the World Economic Forum, of course, they are the authors, and they are the attempted implementers of the great reset. We've talked at great length about the great reset, and it's interesting as I was having dinner last evening with pastor Frank and Shawnee, the wonderful pastors here at calvary chapel, Chattanooga. We got to talking and they asked me, what percentage of Republican office holders could tell you what the great reset is? And I'd say probably less than 10%, I want you to think about that less than 10% of people that we send to Congress could tell you in any detail what the great reset is. However, a vast majority of grassroots activists and the base of the party could tell you what the great reset is. They could tell you at least some of the goals of the World Economic Forum that they want you to own nothing and be happy. But they want to keep borders completely wide open that they want to bring western values to a breaking point that meat will be a delicacy that will no longer be enjoyed daily that it will be basically will be a meatless society. All these are different types of promises, some would say they are predictions. I would say it's a little bit more of a goal of the World Economic Forum. But I was thinking about this late last night, which is if the base of the party knows more than the leaders, what does that tell you? Now, on its surface that's a very troubling development or a very troubling fact that the base of the party knows more than the people they actually send to Washington, D.C.. But I actually look at it differently. I actually think there's something very positive. I think it's very promising. It might not be promising immediately, but it means eventually we are going to get people into leadership that understand the global implications of what is happening all around us.

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Sec. Robert Wilkie on the Fleeting Neutrality of Finland and Sweden

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Sec. Robert Wilkie on the Fleeting Neutrality of Finland and Sweden

"We are back with former secretary of veterans affairs in the Trump administration, Robert wilkie, senior national security contributor to newsmax. That's actually wilkie. You live breathe and sleep geopolitics. You love it as much as I do. For somebody who's followed European security matters for decades, you know, I thought I'd go to my deathbed with Sweden and Finland as forever neutral, like Switzerland, and the announcement that the likely to deposit the articles of accession to the alliance by the end of June. How historic is this and how much of a massive failure for Putin? Absolutely. Do you want to be the Russian leader whose gift to history is the rearmament of Germany. And the removal of neutrality status from Finland and Sweden. That's what is going to happen. I'll give you an example of what is what has taken place in Finland. Reuters did a survey a couple of years ago, two years ago. And Finns were asked if they were ready to kill Russians. 78% told Reuters, we are going to kill, we can kill them today. Explain why that isn't flash in the past. That is not the question. This is hundreds of years of history really going back to the days, even before Peter the great. When the Russians moved into the Baltics moved into what we now know as Scandinavia, Finland fought a very bloody war. Both against Lenin and also against Stalin. The Russians finally overcame the Finns in the 1940s just by sheer weight of numbers. But they lost the equivalent of an entire army in the snow. And usually this is individual snipers, more units. This isn't tank divisions of fins. But you have an incredibly sophisticated military in

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Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

Mark Levin

01:06 min | Last month

Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

"I've spent half the show on this It's important It's from the daily mail Exclusive Whistleblower who handed hunters a banded laptop to congressman and daily mail dot com reveals is 450 gigabytes of deleted material My understanding is that's a crap load Including 80,000 images and videos and has fled to Switzerland fearing retaliation from The White House Oh why but he worried about The White House It's just lunch bucket Joe whistleblower Jack maxi gave daily mail dot com a copy of the hard drive from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop at the spring of 2021 Daily mail dot com has published dozens of stories exposing hunters drug use sex obsession and questionable business dealings For the past two weeks maxi has been in hiding in Zürich Switzerland working with IT experts to dig out more data from the laptop from hell He says he intends to post them all online and a database in the coming weeks

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Why Russia Is So Very Different With Paul Kengor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

Why Russia Is So Very Different With Paul Kengor

"Let's pretend it's day one of poor kangas communism in Russia one O one course. What is the first thing that neo fights that amateurs need to understand about Russia explain why Russia isn't like France, Russia isn't like Switzerland, is France isn't like Canada explain why Russia sorry, explain why Russia isn't like those countries and why it is so very, very different. And also the importance of the strong man. Yeah, it is so very, very different. And it's really kind of deep seated. In fact, our old friends, the late Richard pipes, who was professor at Harvard forever for a long time, going back to 19 50. He just died a few years ago. He wrote books on the Russian Revolution, the Russian Civil War, communism, a history. And he was in kind of a battle with Alexander Solzhenitsyn of all people, right? Who we also greatly respect because pipes made comments like this and souls in its and thought that pipes was making a comment on the Russian people generally, right? That this is a people that's kind of destined for authoritarian leaders. That this is part of Russian culture. This is how they are. And I'm not going to go that far. I'm not going to say that. But let's just say God bless pipes who is a giant in your field. But there's not a lot of evidence to the contrary that it isn't. Something deep seated in Russian culture from Ivan the terrible all the way to Putin, this atavistic innate proclivity to follow a strong man. That's not a statement unfounded by empirical data, is it poor? No, it's right. In fact, I remember in the 1990s post communist Russia period. And I was talking to somebody from there and he said, look, there are no Thomas jeffersons in Russia, right? You have this country so rich and playwrights, writers, literature, a pianist composers, right? Tolstoy, dostoyevsky, right? And some of them with great statements about morality that dostoevsky among them. But they've never had a Milton Friedman. They've never had a Thomas Jefferson or James Madison.

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Why Are We Not Investing in Nuclear Energy?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:18 min | 2 months ago

Why Are We Not Investing in Nuclear Energy?

"Struck at how many times we just simply say, you know, go out and drill drill baby drill, do those things. And I understand that. But also from a perspective of overall energy growth, we do see a growth in our electric vehicles. We do see a growth in hybrids. We do see a growth in things that are considered green energy. Now, we're not going to get into the fact of the batteries and some of the other stuff that go into that are very corrosive to the environment. That's a whole different issue. And the fact that the electricity that you get to actually power those vehicles are still coming in the United States predominantly from gas and oil. From the gas companies and also still to a limited extent coal. That's how you get most of you all. So my question is, why don't we have if the Biden administration is so adept at wanting to solve both is you invest in our oil and gas, you let them the market take care of what's going to happen is they go out and fulfill their leases. They import that we have our domestic production coming up while we still import from folks like Canada and Mexico decreasing our dependence on folks like Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Venezuela, which we're begging for more all from now. At the same time, open up our nuclear possibility. Right now, France, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, all get a predominance of their electricity from nuclear. The ones in Europe who don't are the ones who are struggling right now with the fact that the Nordstrom pipeline, the Nordstrom two pipeline going into Germany, you know, the places where they depend upon that resource that energy resource from Russia. But we see so much of Europe that is a predominance of their energy from nuclear and it could be ramped up, even in Europe. Our nuclear program is basically dead in the water. Georgia has the first nuclear facility going online and I believe it's over 30 something years. There was one ready for South Carolina and it seems to be going nowhere now. Why are we not investing in nuclear energy? If you look at it from a long-term perspective, again, it provides a stable, clean energy resource, and for the concerns about nuclear, there are, again, every day they work, they are safety mechanisms built in. Is there a possibility of problems in energy? Any of our energy? Yes. But this is something I believe that needs to be invested in. So number one,

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Switzerland Breaks Neutrality, Adopting Sanctions Against Russia

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Switzerland Breaks Neutrality, Adopting Sanctions Against Russia

"One of the latest and most notable reactions to the invasion is the fact that Switzerland has chosen a side On Monday the famously neutral country said it would adopt European Union sanctions against Moscow and freeze Russian assets located in the spanx Governor adopted sanctioned specifically against Putin prime minister Mikhail mushin and foreign minister Sergei Lavrov Good for them That's a good thing Even the Finnish are getting involved The two nations of border Russia were threatened with serious military political consequences by Moscow if they were to join NATO but both of them brushed off the threats Finished foreign minister Pikachu said we've heard this before and don't think that it calls for a military threat Finland's 830 mile border with Russia's the longest of any European Union country I want to be extremely clear It is Sweden that itself and independently decides on our security policy line added the Swedish prime minister Magdalena Anderson's she said in a statement

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Olympics Live: Australia's Anthony wins women's moguls gold

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Olympics Live: Australia's Anthony wins women's moguls gold

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Credit Suisse chairman resigns after internal investigation

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Credit Suisse chairman resigns after internal investigation

"The the chairman chairman of of Credit Credit Suisse Suisse resigned resigned after after an an investigation investigation reportedly reportedly finds finds he he violated violated covert covert quarantine quarantine rules rules without without elaborating elaborating Antonio Antonio Horta Horta Osorio Osorio said said in in a a statement statement I I regret regret a a number number of of my my personal personal actions actions have have led led to to difficulties difficulties for for the the bank bank and and compromise compromise my my ability ability to to represent represent the the bank bank Swiss Swiss media media reports reports he he violated violated quarantine quarantine rules rules including including traveling traveling to to Britain Britain in in December December and and to to the the Wimbledon Wimbledon tennis tennis tournament tournament over over the the summer summer a a spokesman spokesman for for the the local local prosecutor's prosecutor's office office in in Switzerland Switzerland confirmed confirmed it it had had received received a a notice notice from from the the former former CEO CEO that that he he might might have have breached breached code code rules rules and and it it was was in in the the process process of of examining examining it it axle axle Leman Leman a a Swiss Swiss national national and and former former executive executive at at rival rival bank bank UBS UBS who who joined joined the the Credit Credit Suisse Suisse boarded boarded October October will will take take over over as as chairman chairman I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained

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Thousands in Vienna protest Austria's looming lockdown

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands in Vienna protest Austria's looming lockdown

"Protesters around Europe took to the streets to demonstrate against coronavirus restrictions in Austria tens of thousands of protesters marched through the capital Vienna Austrians including many from far right groups were demonstrating against an upcoming nationwide looks sound the Austrian government made the made in order to contain the country skyrocketing coronavirus infections the Austrian government also said starting Feb read the fast it will make vaccinations mandatory demonstrations against pirates restrictions will also taking place in Switzerland Croatia and it's free the night before Dutch police opened fire on rioters and looked at them injuring several people the riots were followed by peaceful protests the following day in Amsterdam central time square I'm

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"switzerland" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"switzerland" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"switzerland" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"switzerland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Switzerland is weighing in right now from the world economic summit taking aim at Democrats they talked about their tremendous case and is sold under tremendous case they had no case it's all a hoax it's a con job CBS's Catherine Johnson from Capitol Hill Senate Republicans struck down nearly a dozen attempts by Democrats to subpoena new witnesses and documents the yeas are fifty three the nays are forty seven many that were blocked by the White House during the house investigation we've seen the house managers and Senate Democrats making redundant motions I don't know how they can deny all witness says Republicans blocked acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton from testifying Chief Justice John Roberts issued a rare rebuke over civility the two gets underway at one PM eastern time opening statements begin this morning and Harvey Weinstein sex assault trial correspondent map Piper will be at the courthouse in New York as the trial now officially gets under way it's expected to last nearly a month and a half the jury is made up of five women and seven men one female juror wrote an upcoming novel involving young women dealing with predatory older men his attorneys were hoping she would not be chosen the deadly coronavirus has made its way from China to the U. S. where one person is in quarantine north of Seattle Washington state governor Jay Inslee the good news is is a C. D. C. and we also agree that the the risk is low to residents of the state of Washington yeah this is certainly not a moment for panic or high anxiety is a moment for vigilance the death toll from the virus is up to at least nine Saudi Arabia's foreign minister is calling you and officials absurd for pointing to forensic evidence that they say proves crown prince Mohammed bin Selmon hacked Jeff Bezos phone by sending them a tainted what sap video the crown prince was a prime suspect in the murder of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi base so owns the post it was a while dental last night's basketball showdown between rivals Kansas and Kansas state.

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"switzerland" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"And then I saw people interacting with elements and I realized that even from where I was standing way back I could see those the act. What does this Dane who too? So I I guess they had some sort of partnership with seagate because it takes a lot of storage to be able to do these holographic images but It's it's a company called looking glass looking interesting if you look at it. Some of the demos that people record are just amazing so that was the other reason. I didn't run over to see it because I thought we can't shoot this right but cook but apparently some people were able to. Or Wow they they'll be. How the big was it? Wasn't that big two inches. The size of Jason's Avatar. Yeah I mean. So that's a holographic display. That's that you see this Jason. I don't see it. Yeah Darn it. This is the other reason I freaking hate see is so home and then somebody says well you saw other but it was hidden away was like it was like wait. You would know about it either word of mouth or you just happen to walk pat by it at the right time. That's the other advice if you do go to. CVS prepare an answer to the question. What have you seen? What's good? What's interesting because that's all anybody asks you because because everybody's trying to figure out what what what should I go see? Jason Do you beside your five translate. You have a favorite products. Es this year. Can I do three. Yeah all right cool. I mentioned already earlier. The one that really didn't get much attention. Thought it was amazing. It's it's you can you. You can buy this. DVR You will be able to in twenty twenty the Samsung q nine fifty. That's the Bengalis Eight K. T. V. that I was talking about when ever since I saw this so I saw it in our pre briefs for. CAS It's ruined me on every other TV like I just like you know I look at every other TV. I talked about what it did when when you watch sports on it. It's an obviously. This was an eight K. Stream that Yeah that was there. You're playing when I saw it but it's just like a man I saw. I mean it's it's a floating in space. It's gorgeous urges it is and the screen is amazing. Obviously it's a huge step up and you can do the stuff that we were talking about earlier it can do that kind of ambient stuff you you can have artwork go. It could be there all day and it's not going to have any burning issues. You can have a photo album of your family cycling through you could have those ambient modes that we talk about the fire Or you know a book a window where the breeze is blowing and The amazing thing is it isn't even that expensive live. It's pretty expensive. Let me think of what I'm looking Samsung site. They say three thousand euros for sixty five inches. Yeah no I think that's right I that I mean If you WanNa go to ninety eight inches then we're talking seventy thousand. It's the one that I was looking at was the ninety eight inch one. So that's that's saying but most of us don't need sixty five or seventy certainly fine so this might be your next Your next TV. It's it's interesting. I think they're using the Q led technology which they've been using as a back light technology for their LCD pounds with a is this LCD. Or is or is LCD CD. This is not all that it's it's not. I thought it was. Oh let okay only won't start. It'll be a couple years. It just say are going to start using UH led with lead somehow magic quantum just announced that quietly last fall Samsung display. Which of course Samsung Electronics? Who makes these things? They buy their displays from Samsung. Display their own internal company as you know So that was that was number one. There's also no point to rush and get an eight K TV because you can't play anything on it. Yeah well the upscale are pretty good these days the ups killers are a terrific. Until there's actual AK content. You'll get a much better screened screened for much lower prices year. Exactly exactly I wouldn't recommend anybody go out and get this thing but I just was amazed at like this is what the future's going to look. Look like I'm I'm I'm here for it. I'm ready a lot of people who watch our shows are in business and they WANNA do podcasts for their business community corporate communications Sales podcasts chance for the executive to talk to the people who work for them. If you're listening to podcasts. And you're saying why don't we do this. It's not surprising. Forty four percent of Americans. Listen to podcasts. For News and information of course businesses want to but there's a lot of challenges. Trust me to getting your own podcast. Going it's one thing to record it and almost anybody can do that. Laptop microphone no problem. It's another thing to host it to manage it it to distribute it to keep it private to publish it and that's what you studio does a new sponsor to our show. 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"switzerland" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on This Week in Tech

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What so most of you are probably used to carrying around you talking listening finally got large adopters for your notebooks this? This replaces that if you've got using that new gallium nitrite technology. Then we had. We did triangulation with the G. A.. Dan Folks talking about what she's saying can do. It's a new way of doping instead of using silicone you dope with gallium nitrite and it gives you you much more efficient transport our more efficient. CPU's eventually might use it. And then it'll get much faster CDs but right now they're being used primarily for power and I have several all of these. ADS is the anchor report Adam right right. PD One busy what he wants. I really love these because you get you know what is the size of small L. Walmart. How many watts thirty thirty watts right so remember the laptop? We're hostile being able to charge a phone that can actually power my laptop. Yeah the there's been out for a while. Yeah that's that's thirty dollars. Awesome though so I have a bunch of them now. I'm all in anchor anyway. I just whatever anchor does. I'll get you're solid. This was from the bowels of Ubon across all journey have one there. Are these rosaries of these. You might have heard about that a while back. That's actually the grocery it was free. It's an e rosary prayers for praise for you so you don't have to do seriously what is what is okay disclosure. This was was actually created by the office above Mina the floor above the Vatican approve. It is a Vatican approved so appears to your phone fares. You're counting your counting. Your Rosaries in tells is your phone. How many you've done correct and it connects to the click to pray network? I not my thing. It's totally but you know I I had actually quite attractive. It's very nice. It's Kinda above you. I thought you're talking about like you know. It's they got a direct line now when they get to appraise for me and I don't have to. That's what I'm buying. 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We can't get the powerpoint to work or we can't get you know the video caller work and the joke I always make is like we have self driving cars but we can't but it's twenty twenty and we still can't get a powerpoint presentation to work or we still can't get a conference call to work because it's just a problem it even today We have to call powerful. It people come headphones back or keeping the rosary absurd. Well actually this is. This is the one that I got specifically for use on a plane. You saw this. This is that show stoppers. You know I saw it and I walked by. I don't but I'm glad you picked it up. Because because what is it. It's a fanny pack. It's fanny pack. You wear it in the small of your back. Yeah and it's controlled by your phone. And what does it do this. The heating pad. Oh that's all they do remember seeing but it allows you to go between one hundred all the way up to one hundred and sixty degrees and then you can set. How launched I just right? That was awesome. 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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Switzerland's says it'll stop adding more greenhouse gases to the atmosphere by twenty fifty other countries including Britain France and Sweden have approved similar goals this was government says it's setting the target based on new scientific findings published last year by the U. ones panel of climate experts the government says by mid century Switzerland should not emit more greenhouse gases than can be absorbed naturally or by technical means scientists say while achieving that zero emissions requires significant changes to nations economies and the almost total and to burning fossil fuels it's the only way to stop global warming going beyond one point five degrees Celsius or two point seven degrees Fahrenheit this century legendary actor Elliott Gould says his most important role of late is that of grandfather he leads today's birthday round up and tells Katie LA he feels a lot of responsibility comes with it for my grandson is there anything you're afraid of and he said to me I'm afraid to fail and I said Henry that's his name is twenty ounces so long as you're honest with yourself you'll never fail gold eighty one Carla Gugino starring in the new series jet on Cinemax she plays a former world class the foods forced back into a life of crime she says it's a bit of a stretch I'm not a natural born of these it was very interesting to play kind of the male role in a way while being fully a woman this wasn't about taking on male characteristics as much as she's not reactionary she keeps her own counsel and she gives very little away Gugino on IMDb she's forty eight and Rebecca de Mornay has lately been part of the series Jessica Jones he says he admires its depth and complexity.

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"switzerland" Discussed on AP News

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03:00 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on AP News

"In Switzerland the meter and a half long reptile was spotted by a fisherman in a lake about fifty kilometers west of Zurich in mid July when it briefly surfaced and swallow down the dock please consider the report credible saying the Cayman indigenous to central and South America was likely an abandoned pet but such as of now being cooled off with police saying well the Cayman doesn't belong in Switzerland it's not doing any harm their examine the body of John Dillinger he's been buried in an Indianapolis cemetery for more than eighty five years after FBI agents killed the gangster in Chicago in nineteen thirty four the Indiana state department of health approved a permit July third from Dillinger's nephew Michael C. Thompson the permit doesn't say why the request was made health department spokeswoman Jenny o'malley says the agency expects Dillinger's body will be exhumed and reinterred September sixteenth based on the permit crown hill cemetery spokeswoman crystal king says the cemetery has no information about those plans a rising TV star whose added a jolt of sassy electricity to a popular Netflix show was getting noticed A. P. entertainment editor us was Gabriel reports it comes now that she's getting a few extra scoops of air time more it is just one of the perks coming the way of pre a Ferguson twelve year old who stars as Erika in stranger things is getting a lot more scenes in the current third season of the popular Netflix show she also found that her ice cream catch phrase is getting her recognition in Ohio and it was a fan who came of it he was just like you can have a lot of free ice cream you want it sent back it really yeah he he was a fan of the show and I was like oh yeah that's my line says she and her character have a lot in common and she says well Erica does not like nerd she's still a bit of a nerd boy she calls Erica and anti nerd nerd a Moscow wells Gabriel ideology and pragmatism I'm to acquire than AP news may ten Democrats running for president on stage tonight in Detroit the tenor of this debate pragmatism against ideological purity moderates the group warning voters against nominee Canada to embrace wish list the convicts economics Montana governor Steve bullock same people can't wait for a revolution that's a clear swipe at Bernie Sanders who stood at center stage ten more will debate tomorrow night I was consonantal specter of killing four people then himself may have tried to imitate the abduction last year teenager Jamey clock there some items that we found in the vehicle the way the vehicles left in running that we're still working on analyzing that please just to believe it's similar Chippewa county sheriff Jim call walls checks because says Ricci German junior killed three of his own family members went to the home in another town shot his way inside wounded the parents and killed the twenty four year old woman you've been were harassing through text message AP digital news back in a moment.

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"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching |  Leadership Development  |  Change Management Consulting  |  Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

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"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching |  Leadership Development  |  Change Management Consulting  |  Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

16:31 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

"Technology. So could we see an intersection here with regard to data privacy is it's also into late and frivolous extreme data which game came, I think we're going to see that, you know, I have to take a step back and just ask, how do you sink, so broadly, about technology? This is not like how we use it today. You're saying, we're the first company, one of the first companies students because we're thinking about the future had this thing. So broadly, it's so big. Writing. A little bit. First of all, you sit in the room with ruminates. I think it's more about, I personally observer how people you sick -nology. I also believe that just impersonal science learning lifelong. I also when I look at somebody who is a certain age, we don't care understanding, how they use technology. I think it's very important to, to look at look at jock Fay's travel. And also,.

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"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching |  Leadership Development  |  Change Management Consulting  |  Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

13:53 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

"I'm your host Lisa Kristen, and I'm here that they talk about leadership agility. Why is leadership agility, so important? And what exactly is it? This is a tool that's gonna help you to be infinitely more effective in how you motivate people how you influence people how you communicate with people because it helps you to understand how can I have the impact the impact that I want to with these people in a new way that they're going to be open and ready to listen and hear what I have to say. So hope you enjoy the next few minutes, where you learn the practical tools and tips on how to be agile in near leadership. Welcome back to another episode.

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"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching |  Leadership Development  |  Change Management Consulting  |  Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

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"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching |  Leadership Development  |  Change Management Consulting  |  Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

12:10 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Executive Coaching | Leadership Development | Change Management Consulting | Lisa Christen in Zug, Switzerland

"This episode of level of your leadership in today's episode do something special, I'm gonna share with you all of my trade secrets. So as many of, you know, I am an executive coach work with many different organizations across different industries different locations across the globe. And I've had a lot of experience starting to understand what is it that helps people to really change their behavior? Because that's what coaching is all about. How do you change to become more of the person that you want to be? So I wanna explain to you the very simple process that I've created, and it helps tremendously so it's very easy to remember. It's called the why what how method? So, again, the point of this coaching methodology is to make it release simple and really easy for you to use and practical in your everyday life. And it starts with why. Now, maybe some of you have read or seen the Simon cynic, start with why method where he says, you have to have this greater motivation in purpose, and that's actually true. All of psychology basically, knows that this is true that to have a bigger motivation to have a bigger greater sort of understanding of yourself. You won't are when we talk about until it comes from this space now, what I wanna share with you, in the white category. As most people have zero idea about what drives them. So when I work with coaching clients, I define a few things and you can find these at home as well. These fall under the why category. So the first one in sort of the most important starting point are your values. What's important to you? You may or may not know what they are. You may or may not have named them yet that I promise you that they run your life because what? Makes you the most angry when you get really upset and someone's really ticked you off. It's normally because they stepped on some kind of your value, so I can tell you the most common values that people have are things like chief -ment creativity were some kind of off inspiration family, friends, or some kind of human connection respect is a big one and the one that I would say that people don't offhand realize and yet, it's one of the biggest triggers that makes people upset is freedom. People tend again, everyone's values are different people tend to love their freedom. So when you get upset because someone's imposing some rule on you you're feeling that lack of freedom being honored. And that's why it's important to know your values not only to understand yourself, better and to go, okay. Now, I know what I want to work towards, but you also understand what am I not getting enough of? Oh, actually, I'm really. Really upset with my job. And I didn't realize it's because I don't have that freedom or because I'm not honoring that creativity that I'm really seeking values are also hugely important in the sense that they help with decision making so so many of your decisions in business. There's no right answer immune in life, too. And then very sorry. I wish I could say yours the answer. You know, prioritize one two three done. We know that problems are much more difficult than that. And so what we can do is look at our values and we can say, okay, do I take this promotion that will mean more hours away from home and family and traveling more, great for my career, or do I stay where I am were maybe even take a different job at a different company had we make that decision. Well, when you look at your values, you actually want to put them in an order. So you wanna say actually, I value family over career. Or you can say at this stage I value career over family. There's no right or wrong answer to your values. You just have to be true to yourself, and that will help you to know that you've made the right decision. Now I wanna play. Now it's important, you can't control the outcome. So whether incision was good or bad. You can't. No. But what you can know as I made the right decision based on my values at the time. What is also important in this, why category is understanding life's or your big vision for sort of your life again. Most people have no idea they'd love to know what they're passionate about the love to know. What's this sort of driving factor for their life? And yet, it's difficult to say it requires a lot of intensive sort of self reflection and trial and error and work to see. Now we see other people who sometimes know their true passion, and we're I know so many people are jealous. All but they know what they want. Why don't I know what I want? And it's really just a matter of lection so important to have an understanding of lemon. I want to be in this life. And what do I wanna accomplishes, nothing as a really specific? I wanna get this job. I wanna go to this school. But just as a general like impact, I want to have left on the world and the other really important aspect that shows up in the white category that I think, is so important is personality. And it sounds weird. Why would I personally in your greater purpose and drivers category? And the reason as that your y category is about building, who you are, and your character. What's important to you? What makes your decisions and your personality, and your sort of preferences for how you behave is something that really drives who you are what you accomplish? And it's very. Very important to have a recognition of what is your personality? So argue extroverted are introverted. Are you naturally more of a rational, liberal person are you a creative type etcetera now on the sheet that I give clients and I'll tell you later, I'll give it to you for free. So I'll tell you later how to download it. If you want it, I put an asterisk next to personality. The reason as when you have this big life vision, you should really work towards it. When you have values you should really honor those values in the best way that you can personality. It should really be flexible. And that's what I want to say is also something that's not recognized enough. Many times, people have a personality where they say we'll that's just who I am. Well, it doesn't have to be sometimes in order to meet the goals that you want to live your life, purpose econo-, flex out of what comes naturally comfortably easily for me and a great exa-. Simple as the woman who sort of super famous for being an introvert Susan Cain. She wrote, a quiet power of introverts. She hated public. Speaking was terrified it was the most miserable experience for her. And yet she had this big message that she wanted to share so even though by personality, she wasn't a public speaker. She knew she had a bigger sort of mission, and the need to be speaker. And to share this message. And so she taught herself to flex out. Now, does that mean she loves speaking now all of a sudden she's changed as a person? No. She her personality. Still the same. She still has to balance going on stage in sharing on formation. With some quiet time in order to bring back her full energy so personality should be somewhat flexible, the rest of the stuff. When you're making decisions from your bigger purpose. When you're making decisions from your values, that's what's going to give your life. A feeling of meaning most people have this uncertainty howling doing the right thing. How do I know him in the right career? This is it doesn't align and further, you're mission. Does it honor your values in the way that you want to live? And that's the most important way to look at it. So you really wanna build your y for ever get to what am I gonna do what career mega take what company should I work for? And certainly before you ever get to the how, so how many gonna run this project, how may I get enough clients to get my bonus all of that secondary. You have to be super clear on your WI after your marry clear on your y you get to the what so the what is all about. What are my goals now I wanna make a really clear distinction here. Many people come to me. I'm coach. They want to have some tips on how to reach their goals. And different. She ate between the outcome that you want and your goals that outcome. So some people say, to me, okay. I wanna get a promotion, you don't really have control over that there are many factors that will go into that. You don't have control over the politics. Maybe there's a hiring freeze at your company. You know, maybe the position's going to be eliminated. You can't control that don't sweat. It know what the outcome is that you wanna get if you're an athlete you wanna go to the Olympics, and you want to win a gold medal. You can't say how other people are going to perform all you can say as I'm responsible. I'm control of what I can do. So what are not the end results are the outcomes that I want. But what are the goals that are within my power in my control? What can do that makes it the most likely that I will get the end result that I want? So when you set up your goals, you say okay, if we take this example of. Olympia and you wanna be a swimmer? You say okay, what's the likely time that I need to get you in order to win the gold. Well, in the last five Olympics, this women time was x y z, etc. So it's likely and I see my competition in their swimming at this. So it's likely that I need to get approximately this time. Okay. That's the goal not to win the gold but to get to that time that you've set. And then from there you do a gap analysis. So you say okay I need to get to making this up one minute and actually, my swimming time right now is a minute five minute three. So then, you know, a ha so the gap is I need to close down on this resets. And then you go, okay. So what can I do? What are the skills, I need to acquire? The behaviors I need to modify in order to close that gap and gets the goal that I want it sounds really easy street forward. Most people don't do that. So you know including myself. Before I started working in this industry when I was working in the fortune, one hundred companies myself. I understood the goal is immense sales, and I wanna sell products, I wanna have the well that's great, but you don't totally control. If a buyer buys from you, or not, maybe they have budget cuts in. They can't buy right now maybe the demand went down. Maybe you know there are p process whatever it is, are many reasons why you might not make close the deal nothing to do with you. So you wanna start focusing on process that is most likely to get you to the outcome that you want one thing that I will say, as you know, what is about defining your goals, defining, how to achieve them. What's important about being in the what category is too many people don't spend enough time here, this is particularly true, you I also do trainings undesired thinking and innovation. And this is so true that when people are designing. They go okay, we need a thinner, wallet. Well, let's take a step back. That's a really fast assumption. So don't just send go. Hey, they said they want wallet will make it center, wallet. What might be actually, as they don't just wanna thinner, wallet?.

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"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

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05:43 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"This is Swiss on chips, you'll British guy to Switzerland. Hello and welcome t-, Swiss and chips. My name is Simmons read and with me today is less always stay. All right today. We're gonna talk about skiing. Yes, indeed, wasn't important topic for the Swiss people, so it should be as well. If you plan to move to Switzerland. I think yes skiing, certainly a huge topic. And winter that's so just to give you a short wrap up. What we're going to talk about today. First of all it's a little bit about the Swiss you of skiing. So how important is it for the Swiss people, and what role does it play in Switzerland? And afterwards, we explain how from nothing come to your first day on the skis, basically. Yeah. It's like everything in between you to go where which slopes to choose should I have. Skiing teacher and material. And can I bring the children started skiing exactly from the ground up? Yes. So me as I used to be a skiing teacher during my studies. That tells you all about it, and you have already learned a little bit skiing. So you can give us total point of view experience. I think the what's an account of learning to ski exactly so. Yeah. Then let's give it to start. All right. I think if you're moving to Switzerland, but you're not here yet, you might have this idea that skiing, suddenly you're going to become a huge part of your life. I think we've heard that a little bit in our Facebook group, Switzerland English speakers, and I also thought it would probably be permanently snowy here and Switzerland. Even July so skiing. You think is probably going to be massive part of your life. If you moving here how true is that? Well, it's true out. Good. No, I think as always it depends where you live in Switzerland. So I think if you grew up in a place where you have no snow at all. Or if you grow up in the mountains where you have quite snowy winters and the importance ski region than the skiing is obviously much more important. But in general, I would say most of the people in Switzerland are a little bit interested into skiing or many people at least so skiing plays an important role. Ski races are watched and many of us can still remember how they watched the ski race as children, and and so on so and everyone knows I mean ski racers are famous people in Switzerland. Yeah. Get yes. I think that's it in a nutshell. Really, isn't it? Yeah. Unlike me, for example, I grew up in auto Borden, which is a famous skiing region. And we just today have. World Cup ski race inaudible. And so every year the whole World Cup is in art Bolton which is a huge event. And thousands of people are coming people. Go to get the signatures from the racers. And and so on. Yeah. We're recording this on a weekend at the SaaS of January say if you're listening to this later on just Barry mind, if you want to get to the World Cup ski race in out of win some point lick it up. It's in January. It's usually the first or the second weekend in January. Exactly. Yeah. Which makes me wonder in skiing space of normal part of life here wherever you're going all the time, you know, it's quite common to go. A few weekends a year. Maybe a week's holiday it's on the TV. And so on. Yes. But you know, if you move to Switzerland does that mean that you have to ski I think that's the Christian alot of experts even asked themselves or off their friends. Well, first of all, I think I'm also a little bit. Explain more what skiing? This is more skiing in. Daylight for the general. You know, how the meaning of skiing in the daily life. Not the sport itself sport itself. For Swiss people is. Some everyone go skiing at least once you go during school or you go into skiing camp with the school like once it once a year or so and so everyone at least once go skiing so most people can ski a little bit. But not everyone is great and some people like it and some people don't so and some people go in their free time and others don't. So it's totally not everyone in Switzerland. Go skiing every year. That's totally not the case. But quite a lot. And I think it there are also two different type of Swiss skiers one they really want to go the ones that really want to go skiing like up down up down up down, you know, as much as possible and others like most, I think they go skiing like others, go hiking, but without having to walk saying, you go you look at the reach and you would like to explore. A new go there you plant a bit the hat. You might be. Thank oh, I go to this restaurant and want to see that. And the new more ski in between not really far. And you you want to be at the in the fresh air, and you go to the sun because usually often winter is also in the town. It's not so sunny and in the mountains at sunny, so people decide I want to go up in the mountains to

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"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

Swiss and Chips

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"This is Swiss on chips, you'll British guy to Switzerland. Hello and welcome t-, Swiss and chips. My name is Simmons read and with me today is less always stay. All right today. We're gonna talk about skiing. Yes, indeed, wasn't important topic for the Swiss people, so it should be as well. If you plan to move to Switzerland. I think yes skiing, certainly a huge topic. And winter that's so just to give you a short wrap up. What we're going to talk about today. First of all it's a little bit about the Swiss you of skiing. So how important is it for the Swiss people, and what role does it play in Switzerland? And afterwards, we explain how from nothing come to your first day on the skis, basically. Yeah. It's like everything in between you to go where which slopes to choose should I have. Skiing teacher and material. And can I bring the children started skiing exactly from the ground up? Yes. So me as I used to be a skiing teacher during my studies. That tells you all about it, and you have already learned a little bit skiing. So you can give us total point of view experience. I think the what's an account of learning to ski exactly so. Yeah. Then let's give it to start. All right. I think if you're moving to Switzerland, but you're not here yet, you might have this idea that skiing, suddenly you're going to become a huge part of your life. I think we've heard that a little bit in our Facebook group, Switzerland English speakers, and I also thought it would probably be permanently snowy here and Switzerland. Even July so skiing. You think is probably going to be massive part of your life. If you moving here how true is that? Well, it's true out. Good. No, I think as always it depends where you live in Switzerland. So I think if you grew up in a place where you have no snow at all. Or if you grow up in the mountains where you have quite snowy winters and the importance ski region than the skiing is obviously much more important. But in general, I would say most of the people in Switzerland are a little bit interested into skiing or many people at least so skiing plays an important role. Ski races are watched and many of us can still remember how they watched the ski race as children, and and so on so and everyone knows I mean ski racers are famous people in Switzerland. Yeah. Get yes. I think that's it in a nutshell. Really, isn't it? Yeah. Unlike me, for example, I grew up in auto Borden, which is a famous skiing region. And we just today have. World Cup ski race inaudible. And so every year the whole World Cup is in art Bolton which is a huge event. And thousands of people are coming people. Go to get the signatures from the racers. And and so on. Yeah. We're recording this on a weekend at the SaaS of January say if you're listening to this later on just Barry mind, if you want to get to the World Cup ski race in out of win some point lick it up. It's in January. It's usually the first or the second weekend in January. Exactly. Yeah. Which makes me wonder in skiing space of normal part of life here wherever you're going all the time, you know, it's quite common to go. A few weekends a year. Maybe a week's holiday it's on the TV. And so on. Yes. But you know, if you move to Switzerland does that mean that you have to ski I think that's the Christian alot of experts even asked themselves or off their friends. Well, first of all, I think I'm also a little bit. Explain more what skiing? This is more skiing in. Daylight for the general. You know, how the meaning of skiing in the daily life. Not the sport itself sport itself. For Swiss people is. Some everyone go skiing at least once you go during school or you go into skiing camp with the school like once it once a year or so and so everyone at least once go skiing so most people can ski a little bit. But not everyone is great and some people like it and some people don't so and some people go in their free time and others don't. So it's totally not everyone in Switzerland. Go skiing every year. That's totally not the case. But quite a lot. And I think it there are also two different type of Swiss skiers one they really want to go the ones that really want to go skiing like up down up down up down, you know, as much as possible and others like most, I think they go skiing like others, go hiking, but without having to walk saying, you go you look at the reach and you would like to explore. A new go there you plant a bit the hat. You might be. Thank oh, I go to this restaurant and want to see that. And the new more ski in between not really far. And you you want to be at the in the fresh air, and you go to the sun because usually often winter is also in the town. It's not so sunny and in the mountains at sunny, so people decide I want to go up in the mountains to

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"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

Swiss and Chips

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"This is Swiss on chips, you'll British guy to Switzerland. Hello and welcome t-, Swiss and chips. My name is Simmons read and with me today is less always stay. All right today. We're gonna talk about skiing. Yes, indeed, wasn't important topic for the Swiss people, so it should be as well. If you plan to move to Switzerland. I think yes skiing, certainly a huge topic. And winter that's so just to give you a short wrap up. What we're going to talk about today. First of all it's a little bit about the Swiss you of skiing. So how important is it for the Swiss people, and what role does it play in Switzerland? And afterwards, we explain how from nothing come to your first day on the skis, basically. Yeah. It's like everything in between you to go where which slopes to choose should I have. Skiing teacher and material. And can I bring the children started skiing exactly from the ground up? Yes. So me as I used to be a skiing teacher during my studies. That tells you all about it, and you have already learned a little bit skiing. So you can give us total point of view experience. I think the what's an account of learning to ski exactly so. Yeah. Then let's give it to start. All right. I think if you're moving to Switzerland, but you're not here yet, you might have this idea that skiing, suddenly you're going to become a huge part of your life. I think we've heard that a little bit in our Facebook group, Switzerland English speakers, and I also thought it would probably be permanently snowy here and Switzerland. Even July so skiing. You think is probably going to be massive part of your life. If you moving here how true is that? Well, it's true out. Good. No, I think as always it depends where you live in Switzerland. So I think if you grew up in a place where you have no snow at all. Or if you grow up in the mountains where you have quite snowy winters and the importance ski region than the skiing is obviously much more important. But in general, I would say most of the people in Switzerland are a little bit interested into skiing or many people at least so skiing plays an important role. Ski races are watched and many of us can still remember how they watched the ski race as children, and and so on so and everyone knows I mean ski racers are famous people in Switzerland. Yeah. Get yes. I think that's it in a nutshell. Really, isn't it? Yeah. Unlike me, for example, I grew up in auto Borden, which is a famous skiing region. And we just today have. World Cup ski race inaudible. And so every year the whole World Cup is in art Bolton which is a huge event. And thousands of people are coming people. Go to get the signatures from the racers. And and so on. Yeah. We're recording this on a weekend at the SaaS of January say if you're listening to this later on just Barry mind, if you want to get to the World Cup ski race in out of win some point lick it up. It's in January. It's usually the first or the second weekend in January. Exactly. Yeah. Which makes me wonder in skiing space of normal part of life here wherever you're going all the time, you know, it's quite common to go. A few weekends a year. Maybe a week's holiday it's on the TV. And so on. Yes. But you know, if you move to Switzerland does that mean that you have to ski I think that's the Christian alot of experts even asked themselves or off their friends. Well, first of all, I think I'm also a little bit. Explain more what skiing? This is more skiing in. Daylight for the general. You know, how the meaning of skiing in the daily life. Not the sport itself sport itself. For Swiss people is. Some everyone go skiing at least once you go during school or you go into skiing camp with the school like once it once a year or so and so everyone at least once go skiing so most people can ski a little bit. But not everyone is great and some people like it and some people don't so and some people go in their free time and others don't. So it's totally not everyone in Switzerland. Go skiing every year. That's totally not the case. But quite a lot. And I think it there are also two different type of Swiss skiers one they really want to go the ones that really want to go skiing like up down up down up down, you know, as much as possible and others like most, I think they go skiing like others, go hiking, but without having to walk saying, you go you look at the reach and you would like to explore. A new go there you plant a bit the hat. You might be. Thank oh, I go to this restaurant and want to see that. And the new more ski in between not really far. And you you want to be at the in the fresh air, and you go to the sun because usually often winter is also in the town. It's not so sunny and in the mountains at sunny, so people decide I want to go up in the mountains to

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"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

Swiss and Chips

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"switzerland" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

"This is Swiss on chips, you'll British guy to Switzerland. Hello and welcome t-, Swiss and chips. My name is Simmons read and with me today is less always stay. All right today. We're gonna talk about skiing. Yes, indeed, wasn't important topic for the Swiss people, so it should be as well. If you plan to move to Switzerland. I think yes skiing, certainly a huge topic. And winter that's so just to give you a short wrap up. What we're going to talk about today. First of all it's a little bit about the Swiss you of skiing. So how important is it for the Swiss people, and what role does it play in Switzerland? And afterwards, we explain how from nothing come to your first day on the skis, basically. Yeah. It's like everything in between you to go where which slopes to choose should I have. Skiing teacher and material. And can I bring the children started skiing exactly from the ground up? Yes. So me as I used to be a skiing teacher during my studies. That tells you all about it, and you have already learned a little bit skiing. So you can give us total point of view experience. I think the what's an account of learning to ski exactly so. Yeah. Then let's give it to start. All right. I think if you're moving to Switzerland, but you're not here yet, you might have this idea that skiing, suddenly you're going to become a huge part of your life. I think we've heard that a little bit in our Facebook group, Switzerland English speakers, and I also thought it would probably be permanently snowy here and Switzerland. Even July so skiing. You think is probably going to be massive part of your life. If you moving here how true is that? Well, it's true out. Good. No, I think as always it depends where you live in Switzerland. So I think if you grew up in a place where you have no snow at all. Or if you grow up in the mountains where you have quite snowy winters and the importance ski region than the skiing is obviously much more important. But in general, I would say most of the people in Switzerland are a little bit interested into skiing or many people at least so skiing plays an important role. Ski races are watched and many of us can still remember how they watched the ski race as children, and and so on so and everyone knows I mean ski racers are famous people in Switzerland. Yeah. Get yes. I think that's it in a nutshell. Really, isn't it? Yeah. Unlike me, for example, I grew up in auto Borden, which is a famous skiing region. And we just today have. World Cup ski race inaudible. And so every year the whole World Cup is in art Bolton which is a huge event. And thousands of people are coming people. Go to get the signatures from the racers. And and so on. Yeah. We're recording this on a weekend at the SaaS of January say if you're listening to this later on just Barry mind, if you want to get to the World Cup ski race in out of win some point lick it up. It's in January. It's usually the first or the second weekend in January. Exactly. Yeah. Which makes me wonder in skiing space of normal part of life here wherever you're going all the time, you know, it's quite common to go. A few weekends a year. Maybe a week's holiday it's on the TV. And so on. Yes. But you know, if you move to Switzerland does that mean that you have to ski I think that's the Christian alot of experts even asked themselves or off their friends. Well, first of all, I think I'm also a little bit. Explain more what skiing? This is more skiing in. Daylight for the general. You know, how the meaning of skiing in the daily life. Not the sport itself sport itself. For Swiss people is. Some everyone go skiing at least once you go during school or you go into skiing camp with the school like once it once a year or so and so everyone at least once go skiing so most people can ski a little bit. But not everyone is great and some people like it and some people don't so and some people go in their free time and others don't. So it's totally not everyone in Switzerland. Go skiing every year. That's totally not the case. But quite a lot. And I think it there are also two different type of Swiss skiers one they really want to go the ones that really want to go skiing like up down up down up down, you know, as much as possible and others like most, I think they go skiing like others, go hiking, but without having to walk saying, you go you look at the reach and you would like to explore. A new go there you plant a bit the hat. You might be. Thank oh, I go to this restaurant and want to see that. And the new more ski in between not really far. And you you want to be at the in the fresh air, and you go to the sun because usually often winter is also in the town. It's not so sunny and in the mountains at sunny, so people decide I want to go up in the mountains to

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