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Native America Calling
"twenty four hundred acres" Discussed on Native America Calling
"The the no no failed bills because they're basically under funny defense operations and because of that last minute or it. Authorized the swamp of about twenty four hundred acres of oak flats to resolution copper company which is owned by foreign interests primarily in australia. Great britain and handed it and in return resolution was going to give the forest service four or five six thousand acres of of other environmentally land. And of course the purpose of this was to be able to my for one of the. Us big biggest remaining sources of talker. Or yeah you have to understand that cover has been mined around oak flat superior in going east all the way to globe for more than a hundred years and there was an existing mineshafts that go underneath a flat but they didn't really impact upon the right period zone and didn't directly impact upon anybody's ability to to use that land for or sacred for ceremonial purposes gathering personal plans gathering gathering acorns in in the fall and winter. How resolution wants to minute with basically alliterate. Oh flat because the wages are going to do. It is basically Tunnel underneath the ore body and then succeeded successively collapsing the ground above onto you know upon itself so that they can take that or body and truck it out through underground pipeline to a crushing solidity and resolution has on their website and they have youtube videos ex. Exactly what's going to happen. Which is by the time. They're john oak. Flat will be a sinkhole somewhere between eight and a thousand feet deep almost two miles wide diameter now. Not only the triads independent. Hydrologist are are greatly concerned First of all for religious and ceremonial purposes. You know flat will be gone forever and also for the water aspect. There's a lot of underground water. Do there in both with offers. And basically underground rivers that feed a lot of the the water supply for the eastern part of the phoenix metro area. So there's a lot of concern that that water will either be contaminated or the flow will be disrupted which will disrupt flows into Of an area no queen creek and eventually he'll river so there's been a lot of consternation in and and protest and awareness ever since this happened and the land swap all. Those went through in four five days before joe biden into office the poor service issues but they call the final environmental impact report which set into motion a sixty day window upon which the forest service By by law that was passed would have to hand that landover. The resolution however joe biden administration put a halt down temporarily and sent the environmental impact report back to the forest service to do deeper consultation with tribes in the meantime apache stronghold which is a group. That that wensley nosy you by the way. Also the former chairman and san hose. Achy tried A nonprofit that he and other catchy people or to advocate for oak flat As filed suit in federal court to stop it under the first amendment religious freedom issues Thought the hope that thought that we got to take a short break. We're talking about sacred spaces sacred lands and we.
"twenty four hundred acres" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Maybe he can get some sponsorships. They need to reach out to him with the right. If it's the same guy. I watched the same thing. And he's like crying while he's got cubes coming out of his pants like under the shower just puked hanging out crying and was shower after they dive. I don't get it immediately. Go to the shower. There already wet. It's because greg gayness poonch oh those fucked up right because the water 'cause he was saying like yeah. He hit his nose whatever chevy hiv okay. Now i don't know i don't was that. Or was that a qualifier. That was the only probably the chlorine nahthen that'll be a this day in his phobic joke. Gators will come back in the states eventually. Coffee to ceremonial thing. They do now. Oh jeez i'm to trending. Number two is the river fire. So thousands will you've been affected by this thousands of residents in both placer and nevada counties. We county are you in will in real well. That sounds like it's nevada county california. Okay i know. I know about this map. I'll get later but though yeah that's like it's in the sierra. Yeah so twenty. Four hundred acres have been burned since wednesday with no containment incite apparently spreading out of control. So lots of parts california. Are they have a what's called a red flag warning in Reno's in that red flag warning not really sure what the fuck large downgrade its and like so just like put perspective on at reno's actually been pretty clear the last few days so it's all about which direction the wind is blowing so like some days. We may really get like the. The wind turns right. We could get hammered by this thing because we're so close to but right now it's been okay. Yeah so i guess it's going to be. They have they have. They're worried about being one of the biggest fires Twenty four hundred people were under evacuation in placer county and there were forty two hundred Under evacuation in nevada county so You know just kind of get the fuck out of their hope for the best But that was strewn. Wildfires is huge. Fucking problem yeah got to do something about it from what i understand like. Federal regulations changed longtime ago. That make them harder to control in terms of how you manage the federal forest and you know pe- people got a fucking figure it out your rico's forest floors it's like a protection for literally like leaving like shit. That's going to catch on fire everywhere. Maybe maybe park basically Yeah maybe yeah. Good luck to everyone dealing with that shit number one by far biggest news in the world i wasn't i was trying not to do fucking soccer but it just so happens today. Lionel messi announced that he will not be returning to barcelona after float financial and structural obstacles. Made it impossible to renew his contract. He signed his contract this bigness. Now now they thought he was going to sign it but he is he's gone. I was number one going. They don't they don't know yet just six hours ago. He's staying an hour ago he's leaving. That's huge yeah Yeah so yeah. Like he was he was fully expected to sign so this is a huge shock to barcelona in the fans is the only club he's ever played for in europe so big big news on the phone with them right now with imbaba there right yeah. He would be neymar. Who yeah so Statement from the club from barcelona called despite f c barcelona allow messy having reaching agreement and the clear intention. Both parties signed a new contract. Today this cannot happen. Because of financial and structural obstacles the spanish league regulations which is basically the salary cap in the In the in the early over there as a result of this situation messy shall not shall not be playing for fc barcelona. He took a pay cut like everyone's bitching atom online to be like well. You took a pay cut if you wanted to stay. And he fucking. He was getting paid. Forty three forty forty three million bucks. He's cut in fifty percents to go down to twenty million twenty million euros so he took a huge pay cut to make this work but they were still at one hundred ten percent of their income so they couldn't make it work you know under the fair play rules that they have over there. So he's out and he was also battling with the president. last year. He wanted to leave in august last year. Good for him. he's been he's been there forever and he's won championships like left and right now. You should go explore But i don't know why. Because i think they're fair. Play rules in the french league to and when they got baba they broke them and there were trouble of not being able to compete for their championship because they they went over their salary cap. So i don't know how they're gonna be able to afford him bopping neymar and and messy doesn't make a salary cap and so i thought there was. I guess not knowledgeable enough about it. But there's there's like a luxury tax or a fair. It's a fair play rule. You can't have like farrakhan kindergarten. The yankees over there do. Do you think that when rinaldo left real madrid like that made messy be like maybe. I don't have to stay at barcelona forever. yeah. I do that every soccer player. That's ever. he's the only person on the same team like that's in the top ten all time like everyone else traveled around like the pale as and the maradona's that they put on multiple been on man you real madrid and who decides he couldn't confirm. Get the fuck outta there definitely. He should join a big club though. That'd be awesome. yeah. I can't wait to go to. So that's the those topics that's the upcoming big time. Okay all right guys. I have a double florida man. Friday for you because today's is friday so boom but before i dive in. I want to reiterate. Today's full florida then. Friday episode per usual was a fucking blast..
Here & Now
"twenty four hundred acres" Discussed on Here & Now
"Art is just aching for what people are dealing with up there right now and so many other places tenant colfax or trinity cisco but we lost greenville tonight and versus. Not words for us would him but it will get the job done. The dixie fire is the largest of several other fires burning in northern california. This summer has been so very hot and dry. Joining us now is cap radio reporter. Scott rodney scott. Tell us more about this dixie. Fire where it's burning and what happened in greenville. It's a town of about eight hundred people. Yeah that's right. The dixie fire is the largest active fires in california right now and it's actually the six largest fire in california history It's about three hundred over three hundred and twenty thousand acres and just overnight. It grew by about fifty thousand acres which is just a tremendous growth. Fifty thousand acres would be a big fire on its own. So that's just an idea of the size and scope of this. And unfortunately there are small towns in these areas that like greenville or just so at risk by these extreme fires. You're also covering another fire. The river fire. Tell us about that one. that's right. The river fire is in nevada and plastic. How it's it's a much smaller fire right now. At least a twenty four hundred acres however the main concern here is that it's a fairly densely populated area There are over five thousand people who have been evacuated In there are thirty. Four hundred structures that are threatened mostly residences and homes So that gives you an idea while the spire isn't As big as some of the other blazes in california There's a lot of Property and potentially life. That's at risk so are more evacuations expected It's uncertain at this point The incident commander had said that they're not expecting to repopulate the area today. So that means not bringing back anyone from From evacuation orders It's possible if the fire spreads that certainly more orders can come down there there wasn't evacuation order in greenville. But a fire chief. There said that some people decided to stay. What does it mean for firefighters when people need to be rescued during a fast moving and really unpredictable. Fire well essentially. It just adds one more thing. One more very important thing to firefighters plates as they're trying to fight these extreme fires you know if a town has been evacuated and all they have to worry about our structures that narrows the focus quite a bit. But it's suddenly they have to Prioritize saving someone's life and getting them at the area that spreads them pretty thin and obviously they're going to prioritize saving lives however if people are already gone that that allows them to focus much more directly on fighting the fire in savings structures heat from the flames of these fires create massive columns of smoke that rise. Thirty thousand feet into the sky. Air-quality right now is very seriously impacted. Scott that's right You know we're seeing some of the smoke from the west coast from oregon and california drip all the way across the country. I have family on the east coast and they were giving me updates in recent weeks about some of the Fog and haze that they were experiencing so it just gives you an idea of how much smoke these fires are producing in. The fires are just so intense that they can actually create their own weather systems. So that is just one more additional challenge that firefighters face as they're trying to confront in these blazes. Well the national weather service office in sacramento has issued a red flag warning for the region through tonight with a forecast of winds and dry fire. Conditions give us a big picture view of what's going on in california Number fires burning the efforts to contain them in these terrible conditions. Severe drought Across much of the state Heatwaves across much of the state in which is very dry conditions low fuel moisture levels There are you know there have been Hundreds and hundreds of fire so far this year a number of them very small but obviously a number of them quite big The challenge right now is trying to tackle as quickly as possible because otherwise we're gonna see cruz just spread thin across the state as they're trying to respond to all these places.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"twenty four hundred acres" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Get going under quick time and it's not gonna come back because now people think you want to drive an hour and a half each way on the lie to come into new york city to work a look. I'm gonna work home. Maybe two or three days a week so the commercial sector is going to go down big and places like boston. Atlanta new york city san francisco. You you're going to see big big big downturns but the places that are on the higher end it went up. You're going to stay even when this thing goes down so it'd be different. It's going to be different than the other one. And that's the way but the commercial sector. I mean in new york city before ninety two thousand nine hundred ninety four. The cold war began. You'd go to you go to the west village fifth avenue for rent for rent west side east side all around the town for rent for rent. Feren this before this happened so now people moving out of the city's big time so the places where they're going to they're moving to. They're not going to go down that much as we said i tell you. One thing of course freedom oriented people. Think the same. Do the same kind of you know. All of a sudden dammit. I should have did it a year ago and looking for land. Here's wanna be left alone technology especially we start. Getting internet. startling comes up another satellite-based or other mechanisms communicate all of a sudden. That frees you up and you you. Can you know telecommute while that happens. What's going to happen. I don't know that guy's gonna make a bunch of money but you have the opportunity to move out and loom prairie and do little farm and you got a community. A couple of guys may have traditional jobs and rest of the family is out there or working. The land feeding sheep but the That has been what i can see as the driving force for a lot of people to move out of the city's go into smaller communities and rural areas and buying twenty four hundred acres in time and stop that is that's getting kinda pricey so i'm going. Is it going to get worse as you're going to trend to where we're going to have even more expensive farmland and then you've got bill gates up all farmland so i'm just going you know i it is. There's gotta be an equilibrium that comes in somewhere and there has to be a pendulum swinging on government intervention on everything. The money supply the regulations. The permits the building codes. The i mean it goes on and on and on in poses there. Somebody's will on the individual wanting to be just left alone. And i'm feeling something like what you're doing. You know the occupy peace movement or you know a heck of a one world leave me alone is a one world government give you one world love allusion. You know so i feel it coming and you're looking to advantage of it and what would be the end result. What are you. what are you looking for. The end result is freedom and for them not to keep ripping the constitution away from us again. We were talking earlier about the patriot. Act i mean to kill the fourth amendment. it's dawn now they're going after first amendment. You're being censored everywhere you've got so that's what this thing is. How dare you violate the constitution. And the bill of rights is absolute and that was so you know your idea and the static thinking was so pre-nine eleven pre covid pre russia russia. Russia pre something. I mean you know they'll make up something you know. It's got to be general public. Opinion thing shifting. The time is i never seen a time better than now. Know does not take a majority to prevail but rather an irate tyler's minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men said samuel adam as you well know when the revolution broke out what five percents of the people before even at the height of the revolution fifty percent were against it there were about forty thirty five to forty percent of our kind of thinkers out there and we could beat that sixty percent because they're not fighters in terms. I'm type talking about fighting violently. Not not a word of that. I'm talking about fighting for freedom. These people back in we could win over the veasley and so that's to me is the movement i mean look at look at. They're trying to do now. The people that won't get vaccinated. Get you doing everything they and you're looking at about. Fifty percents of the people will get vaccinated vaccinated. That was kinda surprising to me. Forty percent chance aren't back. Forty percent of marines are not getting vaccinated wrote about nine. It's awesome i'm going on. I feel better. You know and this has been and this is after military baniyas line you up and bill you with all kinds of crap and we have all kinds of problems from the first gulf war because that we don't wanna shows on it but it's the trend is going to manifest itself. In what way is it going to be economic collapse and the people just ignore government. Train complained the government. Just get away from government there. I mean what do you think's gonna happen. How's it going to manifest. Well again you had. Two people have to manifest it. And that's what we're trying to do. And by the way. I jumped back into the real estate for one second which is gonna kill. The whole market is when interest rates. Go up when interest rates. Go up this thing's going to go down on a course dropped rose just a little bit and all of a sudden boom started housing market started. Shudder ain't gonna willow. But if they don't raise interest rates. I mean whole dollar is going to have to because inflation. Deflation is going to skyrocket or already. Is it costs. Twenty four thousand dollars more to build an average house just in lumber now so anybody that goes out and living in the world knows how bad inflation is. They're going to have to interest rates at some point when that happens. The whole thing collapse plywood. That was eight to ten twelve dollars. Maybe and then it goes to thirty five. Seventy overall hundred dollars a sheet of by. Would i'm going what that anybody don't tell me not inflation. So they do the consumer price index. You know they get this cost of living adjustment for senior citizens memon. They stopped reporting and no follow four. Four zero five. I remember when this happened. They go you know what our consumer price index and inflation were not included food fuel or housing. We just take that off now. We don't have any place anymore so you don't get your adjustment. The housing prices up seventeen point two percent. But that's not include it in the cpr. I feel it's all a lie. Crashing down joselin warning us long. Feel to be right about the collapse of the univer. Gerald very sad lightbulb longueuil never ever so slowly. Cheryl's didn't show music going. But i tell you i am more optimistic that i ever have because my biggest worry now. I'm going to happen. And i have.
Starbucks closes 8,000 stores for anti-bias training
"The flowing lava on hawaii the big island the rolette endless eruption about killer whale continues to take its toll he gamble and maybe they didn't win steve gebbie is one of an estimated two thousand people who had to evacuate of the twenty four fishers that have opened up since the eruption began on may third several are still spewing and using lava changing the landscape forever more than twenty four hundred acres have been consumed by the two thousand degree liquid rock so far as also destroyed dozens of homes and there's still no end in sight that's correspondent jim rupe four people shot and wounded on detroit's greektown pre are in critical condition before victims males in their twenties police say they got into a fight and then the shooting occurred the second shooting in greek town in the last three days a seventeen year old was stabbed and robbed in bloomfield township on ward road this victim was riding a bike last evening northbound on ward police say that he was about to ride past the robber who stepped in front of the bike demanded the victims bike wallet and backpack at knife point and then stabbed the victim in the abdomen and threatened to kill him the stabber is described as a black male in his mid twenties about six three he wore a white hoodie the victim is recovering on the oakland county lakes of vigil was held for a sixteen year old boy who who drowned unclear lake in oxford township county sheriff's office says ten people suffered minor burns in a boat fire on lake orion kresge foundation says it'll give one point five billion dollars in grants for eighteen new projects to improve the neighborhood of the grants are part of a six million dollar program called kresge innovative projects detroit empty lots in virginia park will be transformed into a new park retail space will be created by this money in southwest detroit the projects were picked from one hundred seventy eight different applications from people in groups living in the city of detroit starbucks will close more than eight thousand stores this afternoon they'll conduct anti bias training what will this be the employees will also be watching a film by the award winning documentarian stanley nelson who has done films on the african american experience on racial bias in the past and in.