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"two regimes" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"O s radio. I'm your host, Pastor Craig Bergson win in your last segment, asking the question. Is what Gina Khurana said on social media. True. Did the Nazi government teach normal German citizens to hate their Jewish neighbors. The answer. Is yes, the absolutely did now many in our listening audience know that the Nazis had a minister for public enlightenment and propaganda. His name. Was Joseph Goebbels, and he was the mastermind behind the Nazi propaganda machine, which was designed to influence the entire nation of Germany to hate with extreme prejudice. It's Jewish citizens. Goebbels was a beret, cious anti Semite. And so this propaganda apartment also had the purpose of being the architect off executing its murderous agenda against the Jews. Now, how is this done? Well, the minister for public enlightenment to propaganda controlled every aspect of German culture, from radio to the press to publishing cinema and all other arts. Gribble subjected Artists send journalist to state control and he eliminated all Jews and political opponents from positions of influence. 1933, he staged a massive book burning in Berlin, where university students destroyed the works of Jewish and other black listen authors and huge bonfires. In addition, Goebbels used film to promote the Nazis. Anti Semitic message films like The Eternal Jew, which was in 1940 also influenced Nazi ideology through documentary is like the triumph of the will, and by the film Olympia, which was about the Berlin Olympics in 1936. Every aspect of German culture was used as a vast apparatus Propaganda machine with two purposes Number one to vilify the Jew. To make the Jew the reason for the economic woes of the past and to show that the Jew is not germane in any way and is the true enemy of the German people. The second purpose was to indoctrinate the people. Nazi ideology and guess what it worked. And what is shocking about all of this is that it took on Li listen carefully, only took six years. Between 1933 to 1939 to convince the nation of Germany Of all that Hitler wanted them to believe and leg zombies. They did his will. It wasn't hard for the Nazis to find the Jews because the citizens of Germany being brainwashed did their part. And finding and harassing them and turning them in. There's a film. There's film documentary evidence, photographic evidence to this very fact. And believe it or not, There's testimonies off countless survivors, and you could say looking it out. Looking at the history looking at all that's been laid out. The fact of German compliance with the 90 desires to extract and harass and persecute the juice is incontrovertible. And so what Gina, Carano said was true. Now the question remains. Was the analogy True. That's what she said. Because history is edited. Most people today don't realize that to get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easy round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their neighbors hate them simply for being Jews. How is that any different from hating someone for their political views? Now I would agree. With many that making comparisons to what happened during the worst conflict in human history can be stretching. We have to be careful if we make comparisons, especially in regard to the Nazis and even the Communist because of the immense amount of evil, which was so concentrated in those two regimes now, having said that There are many lessons we can learn from understanding what happened. And one thing we learned was that the government of Germany, the Nazi led government of Germany, created an environment of hate hate against a particular person due to their race. But Gino Khurana did was to carry this particular new wants of history and asked the question is this dynamic of hate like it was in Germany in the 19 thirties. Being massage in our country today against people who just happen to have a different political view. That's the question she's act asking. She's taking a new once of this time period in Germans history and then putting it into our context today and wondering is this dynamic of hate? Being massaged in the same way today as it was way back in 19 thirties Germany. Now, why would she ask this? Why would she reflect on the past and think about our culture and ask this question? Well, it's very simple. People in our culture today have been what they've been blackballed blacklisted, fired, canceled, targeted professionally personally and physically. Because of having a different perspective. And this behavior continues at the velocity. If it continues at the velocity that it is, it keeps moving the way that is, then it may come to a point. What is happening in our country now May 1 Day soon look a lot like what's happening in Germany. In the mid 19 thirties and to the late 19 thirties. You see Counsel culture is something very real and I will tell you it's not going away anywhere soon. Any time soon as well. We've learned that it has destructive power. And the question that will have to ask is, Is this going to get worse? We know it's not gonna go anywhere. But is it going to get worse? You see if Cancel culture has the power to cancel the wealthy That is billionaires, millionaires, business owners if it has the power to cancel writers Musicians, artists, actors, academics and even the out spoken And how long do we have until it comes for us? As I said, and I've said this many times, but it bears repeating. And Marxism. There is no forgiveness. There is no redemption because in Marxism there is no God that exist that can provide redemption in Marxism. There is no God that can provide forgiveness. This is why by default in Marxism All retribution. All judgment is centered in the state, The state Is the place of God and judgment. And it's in the here and the now this is why it's so easy for the left to cancel you with no care about how it affects your life or the others around you. And this is not. This is not new. It all has been done in the former Soviet Union with the gulags. As you know, the gulag was the council culture of a Communist. Yes, a very extreme form of council culture, but council culture nonetheless. It was the place of judgment and death for tens intends of millions with the vast majority of them being innocents. And guess what? The Gulag was the model for the Nazis as they were creating what they called the final solution. Remember the good lungs of the Soviet Union, where the concentration camps of communism and they predated the Nazi concentration camps by at least 10 years now, please, No, Please understand. I need to make this very clear. I'm not saying the United States government is creating camps the throw US citizens into What I am saying, is that the rhetoric and the soft actions of our culture today by corporations, educational institutions by the media a much more toward those who have a different perspective. Use similar.
"two regimes" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"In the ocean comments. There's a turned out very good decision. I mean, in my opinion, the allies could not have won the war. Against Hitler with all the Red Army Well, Dick number one. I want to thank you profoundly, for reading that incredible letter with many of my listeners probably have not read in re familiarizing me with his words that early on in 1921. Um You know, the remarkable thing about it is like what you've alluded to is Churchill's capacity for dealing with realities and making very, very difficult. Slim choices like that. You know, when you're dealing with two regimes, which are anesthetic will to your own beliefs into your own that he would side with the one Now I want to ask you a question Pick about that because we're gonna be going to 1946. Just a little while after World War two did do you feel the Churchill felt that the Russian Revolution would make sure that its leaders would mature would take a place on the world stage in a less revolutionary way. In other words, that the Soviet Union its leadership could change enjoying the brotherhood of other leaders, or was he never fooled about it and always realize that there will be head to head Um We hope diplomatic confrontation but confrontation. What do you say about that? I would say that Winston certainly hoped.
Jeff Bezos to step down as Amazon CEO, Andy Jassy to take over in Q3
"He have probably heard by now that jeff bezos is stepping down from his role. As ceo of amazon will be transitioning to the role of executive chairman. This will happen in q. Three of this year at which point. Aws ceo andy. Jesse will become the new ceo of amazon bezos. Wants everyone to know. This is not a retirement in a letter to employees basis. Wrote quote as much as i still tap dance into the office. I am excited about this transition. Millions of customers depend on us for our services and more than a million employees depend on us for their livelihoods. Being the ceo of amazon is a deep responsibility and it's consuming when you have a responsibility like that it's hard to put attention on anything else as exact chair. I will stay engaged in important amazon initiatives but also have the time and energy. I need to focus on the day. One fund the basis earth fund blue origin. The washington post and my other passions. I've never had more energy and this isn't about retiring. I'm super passionate about the impact. I think these organizations can have amazon. Couldn't be better positioned for the future. We are firing on all cylinders. Just as the world needs us to we have things in the pipeline that will continue to astonish. we serve individuals and enterprises and we've pioneered to complete industries and a whole new class of devices. We are leaders in areas as varied as machine learning and logistics and if an amazonian idea requires yet another new institutional skill. We're flexible enough and patient enough to learn it and quote quoting cnbc. Amazon's chief financial officer. Brian ozaki said on a media. Call that the executive change was decided in consultation. With amazon's board of directors he said basis will remain very involved and have his fingerprints on lots of different parts of the company. Said jesse is a visionary leader who will bring his own skill set but that amazon expects a lot of continuity with the transition and quote. Yes the pr message from across the board is that basil's is still going to be involved with cool things at amazon things like new projects. New products strategic initiatives. that's very common for founders of these big companies. Say twenty years into them. Eventually you only want to do the fun stuff. Not the dirty stuff of running a huge operation day to day. Same thing happened. To larry and sergei at google they transitioned to their moon shots and other baths before drifting out the door entirely. I'll point out. That bill gates stepped down as ceo of microsoft. Thirty three years after the founding of that company amazon is only twenty six years old by comparison and yet gates was only fifty three when he retired bays fifty seven. I'm not saying fifty seven old by any means. But i didn't know that that was his age. All's i'm saying is if you're the richest man on earth depending on the day the sort of thing makes sense around this stage of life right. I also think it's worth pointing out as several people have been pointing out and as you'll hear again in a second that if we define the tech oligarchy as apple google amazon microsoft and facebook facebook is the only one of the big five to still be run by its founder. The rest are either in their second regime or even a generation or two beyond that
"two regimes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A wild ride this week on Wall Street. All the majors fell by about 2% today, the Dow losing 620 points for its worst week since October, WBZ Financial analyst Dave Caruso lets us in on what happened here say it was all about Gamestop said It was in the sense that they had a 23 100% return s O Everybody saying What do I do where we go? How do I participate in this? So all of a sudden? Kind of took this the slate and it wasn't just now, and they were like 13 other companies so people and traders were starting to bid up in the process. They call it so as a result of that we had had two regimes. We have the old timers and you know there was a different generation, and we have kind of a new timers who are now trying to figure out how to buy stock. So all of these things kind of got into force, and now we've got some issues that we have to deal with. And Dave says average investors have to be really careful if you want to get into this kind of trading. Don't talk about Short squeezes. They're no good. Stay away from that and the olden days, And when I was on the desk, they used to call it pumping and dumping. So the reality is we'll come back. And this thing will probably come back as well. Also had great earnings. I might say Apple, their earnings were actually up. You know, I had 100% $100 billion They did pretty well. And the earnings, as I said, did pretty well But ah, lot of all until it E this week in my senses were probably going to come back with A little bit more stability is there are a bunch of errors that took place over this week, but we got through it. And that is Dave Caruso from coastal capital in Danvers. Right, 6 27. This is an age old questions way. We don't have an.
"two regimes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To get a check on Wall Street. The week of that was at a lot of people saying Stop the Rod. I want to get off Dave Caruso's that coastal capital group. It was a wild week. And what is that on the game? Stop, run up all about that seems to be the big talker. Yeah, that's so we could talk about. I mean, I woke up that morning. So what is this all about? And all week long, we're seeing what this is it what is going on? We really didn't know. You know really what it is, You know, you see some crazy things in the business and you know that's what you saw this week. When you're looking at, you know what was happening. So needless to say, it was all about game stop in the second in the sense that they had a 23 100% return. So everybody say, What do I do where I go? How do I participate in this? So all of a sudden, it kind of took this this late, and it wasn't just that when they were like 13 other companies so people and traders were starting to bid up in the process. They call it so as a result of that we had had two regimes. We have the old timers and you know there was a different generation, and we have kind of a new timers are now trying to figure out how to buy stock. So All of these things kind of got into force, and now we've got some issues that we have to deal with. You know, some of these companies like Robin Hood and they pay, you know they'd have trades for nothing but again looking at it. I think we're starting to see a new regime and there was some battling going on. It was like the social media battling and the financial battling. So all that said, and done. We got through it. But it was a crazy week and You know the one thing everybody Sorry about short, sweet. Don't talk about short squeeze squeeze. Is there no good. Stay away from that in the olden days, when when I was on the desk that used to call it pumping and dumping, so the reality is will come back. And this thing will probably come back as well. Also had great earnings. I might have say Apple, their earnings were actually up. You know, I had 100% $100 billion They did pretty well and the earnings, as I said, did pretty well But ah, lot of all until it E this week, and my senses were probably going to come back with A little bit more stability is there were a bunch of errors that took place over this week, but we got through it. But it was a weird week was weird week on my day of crucial coastal capital group. We have some record highs earlier in the week we had the roller coaster ride, and then today well, we ended with a thud. The Dow losing 621 points today, the NASDAQ Down to 66 of the S and P 500 down 73. Are you downsizing, moving, having an estate sale or just looking to get rid of things you don't want? Let Max old conferred your contents into cash. The fast, easy way. Consignment stores can take forever auctioneers, cell.
"two regimes" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Move boca vision. That's lopez opened in a press conference this morning saying the da's agents acted rashly and lack professionalism. This is a case that will surely strain collaborations between law enforcement agencies on both sides of the border for some time for more we turn to the world's or have lancia who's in mexico city or hey explained to us who the person is at the center of this case and what. The case is against him. The person we are discussing here is former general salvador. She goes he served in the military for decades and he retired as defense minister in two thousand and eighteen now just a few months ago. The drug enforcement administration arrested him while he was they k- shinning in los angeles and they said that general shinseki goes had been using his position to help an organized crime group traffic cocaine heroin methamphetamine to the united states. They arrested him. They took him to new york. They were going to put him on trial but there were diplomatic. Tensions behind the scenes and after a few weeks generally goes was returned to his home in mexico. so what did mexican officials indicate. At the time. The former general was returned. They were very upset that this investigation had taken place and that he had been arrested without alerting them beforehand but they said they took it very seriously. They asked for all the evidence and the handed it over to mexican prosecutors now two months later the attorney general's office says that they found no wrongdoing and a exonerates goes of everything he'd been accused of size book with julia sabinas chester king. He lectures at the national autonomous university on subjects of national security and he questioned whether the evidence that the. Da had brought forward was strong enough just imagining that. The minister of defense was using his home phone to have communications. We that low level criminal. It's just absurd. So i i felt. Justice has been served. So why are people upset. The mexico's attorney general is not pursuing charges because many people see this as corruption reaching the highest levels of mexican government and authorities. Doing nothing about it so i spoke with former. Da agent. mike be he'll he's retired now but he used to head investigations for the da here in mexico. This to me is a total case of impunity. Because the case was strong. And there's the process that we follow you know we as investigators developed case the evidence in if we fabricated evidence. In any case we would be the ones going to prison. So what is this evidence that he certain about. The evidence primarily was cell phone communication between generals and foibles and members of an organization known as h. two which is an organized crime group primarily operating in areas near the city of guadalajara. Now carol at this point the justice department is saying that they reserve the right to put goes on trial which is kind of like saying that he be steps foot in the united states again. They're probably going to rest him And moving forward collaborations between the da and mexican officials are afraid. These collaborations have been a key part of law enforcement in both countries for decades. But the he'll says that he believes that all of that will change because of this case the world's or have lancia us for mexico city. Thank you co. Apartheid is a powerful word not to be thrown around lightly so when israeli human rights organization recently said that israel is an apartheid regime. It angered the israeli government. Many palestinians will point out that they've been using the word partied to describe the situation for years guy. Odd is the executive director of the israeli organization but seldom guy. You've been working on human rights issues in israel for many years. What brought you to this point where you're using the word apartheid to describe the israeli government. We have decided to use the sword because it is the correct term to describe the reality between the jordan river and terrain. See in the entire area that is under israel's control and within the statement there are two major points that will be a one. There are no two regimes within the river in to see the perception that is islas. Somehow a democracy on one side of the green line to which a temporary occupation project is attached on the other side of the green line that perception has become completely untethered from reality. And when you say from the jordan river to the mediterranean sea you're referring of course to the occupied.
"two regimes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At least my music amenity in Dubai on a menace cranny right alongside you. So the Astra vent. Zander get news in itself. If you take two regimes you get 90%. Efficacy, but the killer issue in this is Of course, the vaccine goes to 30 40% off the world. The lower middle class income world on that is reason many say to look at emerging markets. The rally 2.0 is on in the past eight months, we've added more than a trillion dollars that S'more Me added in the previous two years, 31% Discount, the S and P. 500 Bank of America says it's the most preferred destination on race. When nation's capital say buy everything, so if you wanna buy everything, Goldilocks mood, Janet Yellen's coming to the fair, the cavalry are coming in terms of benevolence. What does it do to the bond market? Well, You have Morgan Stanley, saying that the vaccine modest fiscal boost on a double spread gives you 1.45% breakevens will bust a move above 2% across the curve. So here we are. This is the momentum in the bond market. Use it. If we spin around a little bit more, it could get dizzy. Yeah, if you break your lives, either. Bloomberg from the East Governing Council member on the Rain has been speaking in an interview. He's saying that the baby may need to consider we calibration all TLT rose and is also calling on the U Stand off over the recovery fund. Quote, irresponsible. He's saying that they must keep the current financing conditions as long as needed. He's seeing a little bit of a move here on the Euro dollar about 2/10 of 1% and also adding that the scarring effect from the second wave may be significant. So some comments rolling in from the East to be governing Council member. I want to also get to the U. S equity futures because we are Moving strongly to the upside here again. This transition process that's been triggered Black Rock in the interim says by U. S. Stocks Look past the Corbett 19 Serge they're upgrading their U. S. Equities toe overweight, the market's going to benefit substantially from some structural growth trends. And then the other story in the Brent crude oil space. I mean, we've seen some notable moves in the last hour at the moment we're up about 1%. This is a twofold story here on the one hand you have course. Saudi Arabia, claiming that the Houthi is attacked in around oil facility understand that there are no major disruptions, and then you've got this news around the vaccine progress with potentially big implications for the man. Okay. And, of course, just a couple of health warnings from OLLI Rehn. Scarring effect from the second wave could be significant, and this is something Perhaps these markets are just not taking enough attention to do. That's how he's been watching the Asian session season single, poor Jules hasn't looking in Asia. Amanda certainly here. We're riding the vaccine optimism wave and also that news off the transition to power for the Biden team. We've got Asian stocks higher for a third session. The embassy I Asia Pacific index at these records we've been seeing since the index was launched in 1988. The Nikkei was closed yesterday for a holiday. We're seeing a big resurgence comeback in Japanese equities today, helped out by Week again to the decay having its best day since June. Hong Kong's market looking Okay, we have heard from Carrie Lando today, increasing social distancing restrictions in Hong Kong as they see this what they're calling 1/4 wave 63 new cases announced Monday, the most since August. We are seeing a bit of weakness in China. We've heard the Trump Administration is stepping up rhetoric here against Beijing, perhaps making things a little difficult for the incoming but an administration The Cosby hit records yesterday on that impressive trade daughter and also foreign inflows still holding at those records today, manners Well, thank you very much. Let's set up the agenda for the first word headlines from around the world. This is what we've got. Qantas plans.
"two regimes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is a 30 A M in Hong Kong and here in Singapore on Juliette's Ali and I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio in New York. We have a fair amount of positivity in the Japanese equity market. The Nikkei is up more than 2.4%. After coming back online holiday yesterday in Japan will give you the latest on market action in a moment when Brian Curtis joins us right now a few of the Sauer's top business stories Jules And President elect Baden plans to nominate former Fed chair Janet Yellen to service Treasury secretary She's the first woman selected for the top economic policy job in the U. S. Bloomberg's Steve Matthews told us Yellen's experience will help spur economic growth. Experience of the last decade for her and for other economic policy makers has been running the economy. Hot inflation is not a problem. If you're going to do anything about inequality or create opportunities for low and workers, you've got to get us much good. If you can. This bastard you can it and I think that is what you will be pushing for. Ellen's most immediate challenge will be delivering relief too long and growing unemployment lines nine months into the pandemic. More than six million American workers still claim extended jobless assistance well on the vaccine front. We had some results from a candidate developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca. It was found to have been effective in preventing Covert 19 Early analysis from large trial data show it prevented an average 70% of participants from falling ill. The effectiveness increased all the way up to 90% for one of two regimes, and this particular case uses a half dose. But it's followed later by a full dose. So a two parter AstraZeneca's results drew some skepticism from analyst Jeffrey Porteous is director of Therapeutics Research at Svb Lear Link. I found that in the individuals who had given half a dose of the initial vaccine, they had better efficacy. Now. That was a very small subset 2700 subjects, which compares to 45,000 or so for the Visor announcement last week, And so I just don't think that you can draw too much in the way of a conclusion from a 27 100 subject, some set Where you had about 30 cases of covert overall confirmed s. Oh, it's just a lot to make a big deal and say that you're vaccine is as effective as these vaccines studied in massive trials that said among those who did receive the vaccine. There were no severe cases and no participants were hospitalized. Oxford, Astra officials are planning to submit their data for peer review over the next 24 hours. Well, China's a corporate debt defaults is set to exceed ¥100 billion for a third consecutive year. A surgeon Mr Payment obligations in the past two weeks drove onshore delinquencies to $15.8 billion so far this year. This, according to data compiled By Bloomberg. While the economy continues its recovery from the pandemic policymakers have since moved to credit cleanup mode from four parents mode. That, in turn has boosted defaults. The technology sector has accounted for more than a third of the aggregate amount in default this year. The second biggest is the cyclical consumer sector coming up on 34 past the hour. Let's get to Hong Kong, Brian Curtis looking at markets I'm looking at quite the rally in Tokyo. Yeah, absolutely. Making up for lost time yesterday with the big 2.3% rally there. What was interesting Doug was the Janet Yellen announcement provided a little boost to the market is more like comforting the markets rather than providing a spike because we largely finished sideways from When that was announced, and the AstraZeneca Oxford trial was quite interesting in that it gave a boost to the broader market while the AstraZeneca's stock itself was down 3.8% in London was down a little bit less than that, in in the U. S s. As people started to think about this, a couple of positives here, which haven't got a lot of mentioned. One is that the vaccine is far cheaper than the ones from Fizer and Moderna. It's only about $45 per shot, so That is 5 to 10 times cheaper than what we saw from the others. It can be kept at regular refrigerator temperatures s so that's quite good between two sales season eight Celsius, whereas the other ones have to be very, very seriously chilled, frozen. Temperatures in fact, But there are some shortages too. And I know we've got a guest coming up Max niece. And why why such a shortage on the possibility of doses four million doses versus the 30 million there was slated earlier. And it's very curious thing about why does the half does plus a full dose later? What does that work better than two full doses? You could only speculate that maybe the half does actually drives the The body's immune system into overdrive, trying to attack and kill on. That's the reason but you know, not being a scientist. That's only wild, rampant speculation. Okay to the markets. Has Doug mentioned the very solid day here today. Not only that 2.3% rally in Tokyo led by materials they're doing well. Also, Industrials doing very well in D a sex 200 financials doing well, the index up more than 1%. The KOSPI is up about 6/10 of 1% the dollars little weaker now, after gaining in the U. S yield on the 10 year 86 Basis points wt I crewed 43 11 barrel. Juliette back to you. Thanks Primal. Baden's appointments have broken new ground without another global news. Let's get to Mark Mills in the Bloomberg News remark. Julia thanks President elect Joe Biden plans to nominate the first Latino to lead the Department of Homeland Security. And the first woman to lead the intelligence community. Admiral Haynes's Biden's pick who be director of national intelligence, charged with overseeing more than a dozen federal offices from the CIA, to the National Security Agency. Biden also plans to name Alejandro Mayorkas to lead the Department of Homeland Security, making him the first Latino to run a department tasked with enforcing the nation's immigration laws, The General Services Administration acknowledged. Joe Biden is the apparent winner of the presidential election following weeks of inaction, and President Trump called on his agencies and departments to cooperate. While tweeting he will keep up his fight to overturn the election results. Corona virus, which has killed more than 256,000. Americans is on track to claim another 30,000 lives by mid December, according to forecasts from the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The virus is spreading in Maryland, where Governor Larry Hogan is announcing new restrictions..
"two regimes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Website podcast there as you do on Spotify and iTunes, Twitter and Dan Proft in at Dan Proft Show. We went through this yesterday, but portions bear repeating after Ah, the first day of senatorial Questioning of Amy Cockney Barrett for her Supreme Court nomination. Tom Clink in Stein's argument for Trump as what I'm referencing Tom Clinton signed the board chairman for the Claremont Institute. Which, for my money is theall thing, taking the country for the propagation of America's founding values. I mean, you have outstanding intellects, their like Williamsburg, Ellie, just to name one hears. What he essentially laid out in terms of the competing regimes that are on the ballot, as represented imperfectly but directionally by the two candidates for president, rather like the election of 18 60. This election is a contest between two competing regimes or ways of life. Two ways of life that cannot exist peacefully together. One way of life. I'll call it the traditional American way of life. Is based on individual rights, the rule of law and shared understanding of the common good. This way of life values, hard work, self reliance, volunteerism, patriotism, and so on. In this way of life, there are no hyphenated Americans. We're all just Americans. Color blindness is our aspiration. The other way of life I call multiculturalism. Others call it identity politics or cultural Marxism, or Intersectionality, the multicultural movement, which has taken over the Democratic Party. Is a revolutionary movement. I do not mean a metaphorical revolution. It's not like a revolution. It is a revolution and attempt to overthrow the American founding. As president, Trump said in his excellent Mount Rushmore speech. Republican should say the same thing. Republicans everywhere at every level and it every opportunity, and that's the choice as a contest between a man trump. Who believes America is good. And a man Biden. Who is controlled by a movement that believes America is banned. And irredeemably bad I might add as Klingons, Stein essentially said in his remarks. For more on this against the backdrop of the Amy Cockney Barratt confirmation hearing, which I think was indicative of what Klingons Stein is referencing per questions from the Cory Bookers and the Maisie harangue knows of the world. Meaning questions Per the prosecution of species claims about Amy Cockney barrettes integrity. They were strongly insinuated, as well as about cases before the court, including the Obama care case. For more on all of this, we're pleased to be joined again by David, French senior editor at the Dispatch, columnist for Time, author of Divided. We fall America's secession threat and how to restore our nation, which is secession throughout. This sort of where Clinton sign was going in terms of these two regimes by which we can organize civil society. The choice David, Thanks for joining us can appreciate it grabbed me appreciated, so cling in Stein's formulation. What say you? I mean, they're certainly in the liberal left without question. I really question that still biting is a tool of the liberal left. A liberal left would say that they lost the primary is that they don't run things. I think we have a We have a real problem right now In the country, we have a new little left, and we have the liberal rights. Those two competing forces, both of them forsake Americans. South America's founding values. Those have been fault towards a kind of cancel culture. Both have this extremist view of of you know their opponents, and they had this big fight fire with fire and anything goes mentality about political combat. And it's really ripping at the fabric of our country. And so what we have is this extraordinary negative partisanship that is based on the kind of very alarmism you heard from that speech. That this idea that if one side or the other wins or loses an election that this country is over, and the interesting thing is that alarmism that very Exaggerates and of the stakes. Creates a hysteria in this country. It creates a Sense of impending doom that has been used to justify all kinds of excessive actions and all kinds of corrupt accent so long as they're aimed at defeating your opponent, and I think that that's One of the corporate He's our keys. What he just articulated. He's the problem. Well, okay, well on the matter of the illiberal left on whether Joe Biden is a has been co opted by it, I mean, Have you seen the Biden Party platform? You want to compare that to Ah things, Joe Biden has said previously throughout his career, even and the not so distant past, even when he was vice president, for that matter, compared to where he is today. You think that Joe Biden is leading that the party in that direction or he's being taken in that direction, even if they Oprah would have preferred Bolshevik, Bernie. I mean, it seems pretty obvious that Joe Biden is, you know a man who is beholden by where the energy is in his party. Well, I mean the platforms. No question to the left of the 2016 Democratic platform. But it's the way the stake for outlined in that speech. The platform is no higher taxes. People making over $400,000 here. The platform is greater subsidies her, you know, renewable energy. The platform is Ah public options. He defeated the Medicare for all none of that is hating America out of that. Well, what? What about that? What about that hysteria? Like gonna post platform? It's into Cesar, the grips of forces that Pagan America mean? Well, Well, well. I mean, there does seem to be ah, really challenge for leftist politicians, including at the highest levels. To denounce what we've seen happen over the summer on America's streets, including some suburban streets Number one number two, the lock down policies. With respect to Cove it and their insistence on the then persisting I think that is all troubling. I mean, you can call it hating America. You can call it just having a different world view That's more consistent with Oh, you know the tyrannies of the 20th century at least directionally that the terminology is less interesting me than the substance of what's happening. I mean, I You don't think you're underestimating what we've seen on our streets and what they're actually proposing and where the energy is in that party. Well, I mean, I think a lot of people in the writer underestimating it. Don't Oh, and don't condemn loudly and vociferously, And that's a lot of the deadly violence we've seen come from the right. We have an illiberal, right? We have an illiberal left and what we're doing right now in this country, I think and what I'm afraid of on the right. Is it? We're embracing a liberalism often on the right for the sake of fighting. The liberalism on the left and We have Tio, You know, we have to restore our commitment to our classical liberal values and one of the you know, And frankly, honestly, this alarmism is used to try to justify the support of the most malicious and a competent, cruel president I've ever seen in my lifetime. That's interesting. I the rank order priority in terms of the threats to a peaceful par list. America. I mean, did you see them as all equivalents? Writing on the streets. The spike in crime in black neighborhoods after the the lock down policies started to be relaxed, according to this Washington Post analysis out this week. What's happening in neighborhoods where police protection is more needed than other neighborhoods and more desired on what that says about the in in connection with, of course, the defund police and now defund police and close prisons movement. Do you see that those as sort of on the police agenda polices in cardiac American Democratic platform? Well, okay, but but but it isn't. But it's but it's It's where the energy is. In the Democrat Party, particularly in big cities around the country. Thus all of these initiatives I would say where the energy is in the Democratic Party is behind the guy who won the primary by routing all of opponents. You are to the left of him so You know, I think that you're what you're you're talking about is a story that Yeah, I mean, they're they're far left me a little in the in the Democratic coalition. Absolutely 100%. There are and they should be opposed. But you know, we also have a situation where we had our precedent. Wide to America as death was heading to our short What 100,000 excess deaths in this country. We're building an economic recession. What was the line? We've done work he knew in in early February. This thing with far worse than this one very deadly. He says that it's he compared it to the flu, he says. It's going to go away constantly. We have 15 cases. It's going to go down to zero but flat out Why, well, black out why it's indefensible is utterly indefensible. Created a sonar E with the American people where they felt like this was no big deal weren't prepared for it. That we have done worse than every major democracy, others and say, all right, we need to take a break. But when we come back with dispatches David French, we're going to discuss competing assessments of Trump's covert response will be right. Exposing political fakers fixtures and takers is Dan Proft that this is the Dan Proft show? Trading involves financial risk and is not suitable for all investors. 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"two regimes" Discussed on KCRW
"Shot. You create new thieves every day, he says. Chileshe, married and Grammy rubbed my brothers and uncles, and he did so with Assad's backing. So why the attacks on him by the palace now? Makhlouf didn't respond to NPR's requests for an interview via his Facebook page. Inside and outside Syria. Rumors are flying. Some analysts say it's Russia trying to get money after its support of the regime in the war. Others say the president's wife, Asma, al Assad, is behind it. Sam Dagher, author of a book called Asada. We Burn the country says some of this may be true, but also you have to start with the obvious. Hard create leaves. We know The Syrian economy is indeed deep trouble. The situation is dire. Now the reconstruction needs of Syria are estimated at anywhere between 352 400 billion on dagger says Weakening Your ally has long been a strategy in the asset family playbook going back to the father, Hafez al Assad. Where they target people who got too powerful by helping the regime Each time the regime emerges from an existential crisis. We've seen this calling of the inner circle. Makhlouf has been active in the civil War, even funding some militias and starting a political party. Howdy. Francis, A Lebanese journalist and expert on the wall, who says she's spoken with members of the MCU family about the matter says Romney's expanding influence might have concerned President Assad political party. Even some supporters were fighters and their families and you have the social presence. And you have the business is off course they wass going to come the time when Things had to stop. Francis says. The mag crew family is trying to mediate. The problem is limited to Rommie. It's not the family's problem with the president, and there's a threat that has been put into solving the problems. This is what the family said. It's like I asked, okay. And this was the answer, And she notes. These people are cousins. Thes people have fought together. These two regime families, the math proofs, and the Assad's know that ultimately their fates.
"two regimes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The shot you create new thieves everyday, he says. Foolish Mahat and Rami rubbed my brothers and uncles. And he did so with Assad's backing. So why the attacks on him by the palace now? Makhlouf didn't respond to NPR's requests for an interview via his Facebook page. Inside and outside Syria. Rumors of flying. Some analysts say it's Russia trying to get money after its support of the regime in the war. Others say the president's wife, Asma, al Assad, is behind it. Sam Dagher, author of a book called Asada. We Burn the country says some of this may be true. But also you have to start with the obvious. Hard create Lee. We know the The Syrian economy is in deep, deep trouble. The situation is dire now. The reconstruction needs of Syria are estimated at anywhere between 352 400 billion on doctor says Weakening Your ally has long been a strategy in the Assad family playbook going back to the father, Hafez al Assad. Where they target people who got too powerful by helping the regime each time the regime emerges from an existential crisis. We've seen this calling off the inner circle. McCluskey has been active in the civil War, even funding some militias and starting a political party. Hardy Francis, a Lebanese journalist and expert on the wall, who says she's spoken with members of the math, Lou family about the matter. Says Romney's expanding influence might have concerned President Assad have a political party. Even some supporters were fighters and their families and you have the social presence and you have the businesses. Ofcourse. They was going to come a time when things had to stop. Francis says. The mag crew family is trying to mediate. The problem is limited to Rommie. It's not the family's problem with the president. And there's a threat that has been put into solving the problems. This is what the family said. It's like I asked, okay. And this was the answer, And she notes. These people are present. These people have fought together. These two regime families, the math proofs, and the Assad's know that ultimately their fates are tied with Sherlock NPR news. And you were listening to all things considered from NPR news. One double U N. Y. C. Some black owned bookstores are facing sudden demand and new customers seeking books. You help navigate America's moment of racial reckoning. We'll have a closer look at what that means for these book sellers coming up next. Also the book Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke was thought to become a star before he died at the age of 20 last February. We'll have a review of his posthumous debut album. That's just ahead on all things considered state oot. Even a pandemic can't.
"two regimes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Producing material for nuclear weapons despite US efforts including Sunday's meeting between Mr trump and Kim Jong un CBS is chip Reid is at the White House and it tells us how the administration is handling those threats well president trump's advisors are reportedly split over how to proceed with north Korean leader Kim Jong moon as they prepare to return to the negotiating table some advisers apparently are considering making concessions as for Iran the White House is vowing maximum pressure until Tehran reverses course can lead around have a nuclear weapon and you can let certain other countries have nuclear weapons to devastating in a new interview president trump continued to push for talks with Iran even though Tehran has said it is not ready to talk until sanctions are lifted hopefully at some point they'll come back and they'll say we're gonna make a deal see what happens the president's comments come as Iran increased its stockpile of enriched uranium which was restricted under the agreement Mr trump left in twenty eighteen the White House released a statement yesterday vowing maximum pressure against the regime but Iran's foreign minister mocks the white house's assertion that even before the deal's existence Iran was violating its terms writing on Twitter seriously amid rising tensions with Tehran the U. S. faces another nuclear threat in North Korea he pats the guy on the back and gets nothing in return Democrats continued to slam the president's foreign policy approach but retired admiral sandy when a Feld says the president is in a better position with North Korea now than when talks broke down earlier this year he has everything to gain if we can get a deal across the table with Kim Jong un that actually works and the new colorized as North Korea as for Iran would have filled says their actions put them on a path to having enough uranium to get their first nuclear weapon but that would take at least another year I think the difference between Iran and North Korea as a matter of personality of the two regimes Kim Jong un sees an opportunity to bond with the president and potentially use him and the Iranians are not so willing to compromise when filled also says the trump administration needs to be very careful not to provoke open conflict with Iran as for the possibility of a U. S. military attack on Tehran the president said in his fox news interview quote hopefully we don't have to do anything meantime the mystery surrounding vice president Mike pence of lingering pence abruptly canceling a scheduled speech and Hampshire today returned to the White House White House officials said no cause for alarm stress there is no issue with president trump's health or national security a senior official says something came up meantime pence's chief of staff told reporters more information will be coming weeks from now seven thirty eight time for business with Bloomberg we've been telling you today about how the ram pickup drove fiat Chrysler surprise sales increase in June Tesla is also surprising investors with record deliveries ninety five thousand vehicles in three months that is half of fiat Chrysler deliveries in one month but Tessler has never done it before U. S. customers were racing to buy the model three before a federal tax credit drops by half on July first we have a wall street's record of the S. and P. up eight points does up sixty nine points the yeah the nasdaq is up eighteen I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen soon let.
"two regimes" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Fixate on it relentlessly. You heard she did not deny wanting to see every single combustion engine on the planet spiked and thrown into a junkyard melted down for scrap. Yeah. She doesn't care the people who do have job to get to it a certain time. She's actually get there. She's willing to give up the convenience of the bus in order that you can't have a call doesn't need. She doesn't need it because she doesn't have anywhere to be. She doesn't have a job and she doesn't have any other like replacement for a job like it's not like oh, I'm rich. So I volunteered work, or I raised because like she has nothing to do. So it takes you six hours to get to the grocery store. It doesn't matter. All day. I can't imagine though, being so bored because ultimately, when it is that she's willing to walk six miles or six hours to a grocery store. I've done my fair share of walking, especially. About walking if the buses that are laid that much. But whatever whatever the case may be is that her hypothetical perfect world is no private transportation and only public, I can only presume what she thinks, because like she's she's all about the, the incremental steps. So let's put up the red light cameras. Even if we find out that cars have more accidents at red light cameras. We'll just ignore this. It's a fact. Like like that. After fact, effected states are willing to take down a device, that cost them very little and raises revenue because traffic accidents increase so much. I'm sure they never state that, but they do pull them down. Right. Any other reason we'll see. I didn't even know a recent other than the privacy issue and the right to confront one's accuser and all of that. And being able to do that, if it's a camera accusing you for all, you know, the device malfunctioned, and it would be on them to prove that, it did that be willing to bet ninety eight percent of people just pay the ticket, and they don't bother go into court and trying to get. To confront their accuser cure. But that's why we have the boots, so thoroughly on our next. That's why we have Neil Gorsuch, saying that just about everyone can be arrested for anything because they just pay the fine. They just bowed to the state. They don't resist the immediate point, of course, argument is to criticize the idea that having probable cause for arrest should automatically invalidate a claim that the arrest violated the first amendment, because it was being used as a tool to punish dissenting speech. Can you help me with that? I wasn't able to parse it. That's sentence was too much. I'm going to read it one more time ladies, let's, let's review. Feud brain cells together, and help me out the immediate point of courses argument is to criticize the idea that having probable cause for an arrest should automatically invalidate a claim that the arrest violated the first amendment, because it was being used as a tool to punish dissenting speech. I still didn't get the alterior motive arrest, so basically, I'm arresting you for real because of what you're saying, and I don't like it. But I did in fact how probable cause to arrest you for spraying Lysol six inches away from an object, instead of seven like it says, on the bottle or whatever it the numbers are the vast modern expansion of both criminal and civil liability poses a more general threat to the rule of law. More case law here, ren-tv Baria, the infamous, head of the Soviet secret police under Joseph, Stalin supposedly once said, I guess, this is quote actually show me the man, I'll show you the crime in the Soviet Union. The regime could always find some crime to pin on anyone at chose to target as a general rule. It would be silly to acquaint the modern the United States with a mass murdering territory and state. But I one respect the two regimes are more similar than what we would like them to be because in the United. States. They don't murder you. They throw you in prison. Which is frankly, more costly and better for the, the state because, well, they have to pay they, they have to tax, it'll keep you in this place. And nobody's true. But if you're used to be kidnapped they will kill you. But they would rather but Americans are a load of mouth breathing MIR Madonna. So as soon as somebody went near madams you can look that up the break a reference to.
"two regimes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Our civil war was called the second. French intervention. The first French intervention for some reason is called the pastry war. And this has nothing to do with the second siege of Pueblo or my sister funny story for you see in the pastry war. What what happened was a French pastry chef in suburb of Mexico City. Claimed that his pastry. Shop was looted the true story a pastry, chef known only as Monsieur Ramon tell claimed that an eighteen thirty two Mexican officers looted his pastry shop and he demanded sixty thousand pesos in reparations. This is in a note to king Louis Philippe back in France. The king was looking for a causus belli, which is Latin for reason for war now, the pastry shop by everyone's estimate with barely worth a thousand paces, but the guy wanted sixty thousand pesos, and of course, Mexican authorities refused to comply it was an outrage and the first French intervention in Mexico occurred, Mexico. Was a sort of a. Forbidden fruit for some of the European monarchy's for a couple reasons Mexico's rich and silver Mexico was rich in Catholics and very very quietly, the French and Spanish thrones thought that even though the United States America was out independent country. It was still a non Catholic Christian country. And they felt that what the world needed with Caribbean. Needed was a good, solid Catholic. Monarchy and Mexico was the logical choice. Anyway, I the pastry. War begins an ends, the let's call it eighteen thirty nine and life goes on ten years later. The Mexican American war is on we win it. And that's why we're sitting here in California and not Alto, California. So Mexican politics goes on between the monarchists and the Republicans by eighteen sixty one the Republicans in power. But the the the French didn't want that. And so this is how we got the second French intervention in Mexico. So the causes belly for this one was that the Republican Mexican government owed a lot of money to France and other European powers and that the Mexican president of the time put a moratorium on payments, and he just flat out said, you know, what we're going to hold off on this little while we can't afford it right now with the French. Were they anticipated this? They knew it would happen. So the second French intervention happened, and the French invaded with thousands of troops a small amount of whom legionnaires who who fought quite well, but the majority of them were we're not legionaires not not the best of chaps. But they they fought hard. Spoiler alert. They they didn't win. But that leads us to the siege of Puebla eighteen sixty three siege of LA Puebla. The the combatants the belligerence the combatants the commander on the Mexican side. He's this Gonzales Ortega. Ignasio coming forward on the French side L Frederick foray, a general general Abell delay a general the units involved were the Mexican Republican central army and the eastern army on the French side, the second regime, oh infantile Molina, the second marine, regiment. The first Zotov, regiment, swaths are something that thankfully fell out of fashion. More than one hundred fifty years ago, they were men who are baggy pants into combat. It was a Algierian northern African thing that the French army adopted because it was true Sheik was not and then in the early days of the American civil war for some reason, a bunch of union militia, and volunteer infantry adopted baggy pants. So you'll find as you examine the American civil war that there was one of regiments in the north and the south this men wanted to go into combat and baggy pants, which was fairly practical because you can hide what happens in your pants usually in combat. But anyway, the French deployed, the men and baggy pants, and then finally, the fifth regiment of foot of artillery bottom line, numbers wise, the Mexicans route numbered by several thousand men they had twenty two thousand men at the siege of LA Pueblo. The French had twenty four thousand French plus thousands of Hillary's several thousand Mexican imperialists are men men who supported the the monarchy. So nineteen sixty two French forces were advancing towards Mexico City, but they were defeated at Puebla on the fifth of may eighteen sixty two. Unfortunately, no, one told the French that that should have been the end of the war. It was not the end of the war. A year later the city of LA Puebla now in Mexican Republican hands was under siege. By the the French forces who this time remember to bring artillery, the siege. Started on the twenty second of March several relief attempts by other Mexican troops have failed the French continued to besiege the town no food getting in they allowed civilians to leave no food or water, and it's getting warmer, by the way, French troops attempted several assaults, but they were beaten back by the Mexicans the Mexicans were able to reinforce streets and alleys in LA Pueblo of the French couldn't sneak in by the twenty fifth of April after failing to capture the nearby convent, the French decided to simply holder position, stop the assaults and wait for killary to arrive at this point, the French foreign legion, enter the fray, and they were escorting artillery when the famous battle of Cameron. Took place. This is the famous battle where the every French foreign legionnaire was was killed died behind his rifle and the the famous captains wouldn't hand was recovered and every day. I mean, pardon me every year in France that famous battle is commemorated by the French foreign legion and the man's wooden hand exist. It's one of the it's an icon of the French foreign legion. Anyway, back to the siege of Pueblo. On the fifth of bay generally CO coming for attempted to break out break, the siege. Effaos he lost a lot of men. So at that point there last hope was one big rush seven thousand guys attempted a great a great assault. It was it failed. The French withstood the assault. So that point the sixteenth of may the Mexicans at for an armistice. They got it. They disbanded the garrison walkaway. So the Cinco de mayo is a California invention. It celebrates eighteen sixty two victory over the French Cinco. De mayo eighteen sixty three was a pretty ignominies defeat by the Mexicans but contrary to popular belief, Cinco de mayo is not Mexican independence day. No more than Super Bowl Sunday is American independence day. But who cares? It's a made up holiday, and it's a great excuse to drink Keila. Not that you shouldn't. If you're pro. Don't need an excuse. But if you're not a pro you're just feeling it out signals a great way to start when we come back one of the greatest deceptions of World War Two operation mincemeat. It is deep dive. I remember three the dark secret place. Bryan suits in here. Until eleven KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk..
"two regimes" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Do you ever felt a freeze out there? I know some people said things about Bjorn and you've been part of two regimes. Like, you said earlier, it's a business. You know? And it took me a long time to actually realize that it's a business. You know what I mean? And there was sometimes I was unhappy with some the choices that they made. And you know, things that had to do for the company, but then, you know, later on this business, they're going to do what he's going to make the money, and what profits they don't, you know? Yeah, they care about, you know, their fighters, but they don't give. What makes money for them grows the business? So, you know, at some point, you know, once during the sport long enough, you realize that than you have to play that business you have to make good for not just the fans, but for the fucking business. So if you can make a good for the the fans, and the business you're would has it ever circled back and you ever received the benefit of just a kind act from Balladur that you weren't expecting. Yeah. Plenty plenty. So you have maybe an, you know, you know, they haven't released me they haven't there's times where I was down bad. And they, you know, helped me out, you know, older, Jamie raging. No nice. You know, and you know, physical therapy. You know, I was fucked convey that you know, they they didn't tell me, you know, hurry up. They didn't get better. You know, we're here when you get better. So big set out to them your big shot out to to Scott. And it's good to hear all of those guys. So. Yeah, been that's why I've never, you know, people always ask mom, you know, jumped ship. No, I love those guys. They're they are family to me. So I'm gonna ask you gotta get myself a shout. Shout out. All right in the commercial. You were telling us a story that we said, we gotta save this good. It sounded good. Actually, he didn't even tell us one word of it. But it made it sounds so good picked up. He pertinent. Good. Was it contract Homer? Was that you. Humor's what happened here? So let me set it up. I think we just asked, you know, wherever you fought we were talking about Ville, whatever. And as I was looking I noticed he had fought in new members on remember that was an outdoor show thought, it was probably about a hundred eighty degrees, and I could've sworn I heard fighter saying the can't was burning their feet at one point. But. So if those that don't know is outside was you'll Tatas fuck, and I remember I'm in the back, and you know, haven't been outside yet. So I don't know how hot or anything and the Mormon up in the back. And every so often there's this guy that comes in is just like, oh, it's so. I'm like. Was it was a fighter. Oh now. I I don't know who it was and go, Yup. Size name or did. He I don't go never never knew his name never knew his name. So that you're looking at home our home like, you know, back there just warming up my coach at the time. We're you know, we're big on just mental block that shit out. You know, it's not as hot as you think it is cool warm enough more guy comes in. Oh, it's so I'm like who the fuck is this guy head or Doug come to find out whatever it was one of the guys that lost? So. We are. So I tell my coach like yo is it like how bad is it out there? It's like, oh, it's it's not that bad. And sure enough God comes in five minutes later. Oh, it's so hot when he comes in..
"two regimes" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Twenty fourth season. He's the NFL's all time leading score and the man pun intended who kicked off this patriots patriots dynamic run dynasty run. Ladies and gentlemen. Make some noise for Adam venit -tarian. What an introduction. Holy moly. How are you brother? I mean, we'll get into some things here. Kansas City Chiefs game not your best game of all time. But you've got away from it a little bit. How's the mindset after being the first guy to ever ever break the the points record? And also, maybe a guy who's just going to keep stacking that on twenty four season the has to you have to look back on the season and be excited about yourself. Good year. You know, all in all it was it was fun for when I let me start by saying, Adam Schefter never ever talked to me. I don't know where he gets it. I never talked to me. I know I know how to conversation with you week ago, but are three or four days ago, but never talked to him. So where he's getting his Intel. I don't know what's going on with that. But going back to the season. Yeah. You know, it was a it was an interesting year. We started off slow as a team, and then we turned it around. And with kind of like there was no hotter team in the league. We just you know, it would have been nice to start a little fast or have some home-field playoff games. And who knows how how far we could have went. I agree. You did talk to me last week. You did tell me that you're planning on coming back. I chose not to release that information because I think our friendship is much more important than me getting ten thousand retweets although getting ten thousand retweets is very important. You should have did it, then, you know, certain things are more important. You know, I appreciate that. But like I said, I haven't I haven't really talked to anybody other than yourself, and and get the GM a little bit last week, and we just kinda expressed our interests, and that kind of stuff, and you know, I really love how the season kinda finished up until the last playoff game. You know, the guys were really playing. Well, we've got a good young powerful team moving forward with some great leadership. And man, I tell you what if we can if we can start like we kind of finished the season off we we should have a real good season next year. And you know, nothing against the guys that are playing now, I know football's not over, but I'm excited for next year in ARCHE moving forward. I think the culture inside the colts right now, he's like it was back in the day. If felt like the team liked each other, which was is a big deal. When in sports, you're the only guy who has won the Super Bowl. Well, not only for the paycheck. Hits. But for the coats, and you're still in locker room from them from two regimes ago almost three regimes ago you've been around what is the feeling like in the building? If it's similar to the past knew, what do you think? It's like, it's awesome. You know on teams that have have won championships and and got to the big game. And all that there's a certain vibe and feel in the locker room. You know, everybody always talks about how how there's a brotherhood in that locker room. There's not a bunch of dissension. There's not a bunch of guys that kind of go off on their own. It's really a team atmosphere, and I really started feeling that this year. I really did. I think you you really have to credit Chris Ballard for bringing in players and guys and and higher end Frank..
"two regimes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Three four six seven five two regime. Something's happening with Brexit. You got some latest developments. You can tell us about. It was a very chain in the United Kingdom today in the house of Commons. This has been going on as you know now for two years, right? Kingdom is supposed to leave on March. The most of the twenty ninth this year that was the plan date. But unfortunately, our legislature houses common is still to the gun soon as people who are interested in remaining in the European Union enforcing the will of the people and actually leaving. So the vote today was about how much the British government can prepare for deal scenario with European Union at the moving, which we just leave right? No deal means it just leave as as the referendum said you wanted to do. Right. Exactly, I actually fulfill the will of the people. So maybe what we can do is Theresa May prime minister has been taking us down. This of putting this awful deal together where we pay tens of billions of pounds into probably about sixty billion dollars into the European Union's conference. Just for the benefit of leaving a low. We all. All these other things like they still have some saying we can build a wall with fisheries. You could build a wall with that you could build a Warwick for much less than that. And now we got to the point where actually most people don't want the Saudi deal Theresa May's put together. So the option was no deal who because the parliamentarians ideologically want us to stay in the EU today. They voted to point the government's hand and not allow to make preparations for no deal scenario. So breakage always been imperilled. So I wouldn't say this puts us into a new parallel with what's happened today. But what it really does is it shows that our representatives have no interest in fulfilling a referendum Bill democratic mandate ever seen in our country's history prepared to ignore it. There's something massively ironic here. I mean, look Brexit and the Trump phenomenon are connected at the hip breaking news about the reassertion of sovereignty and the rejection of the elite Donald Trump is the first non. Titian non general to be elected president is a part of that wave that we see sweeping across Europe, Italy, Austria, Hungary, so on and so forth. The elite is behaving in London in exactly the same ways that resulted in the original Brexit. I mean, do they not realize what they're doing? Well, they doing I mean today has been a day in the British media that he's been wall to wall coverage of hand for the protest is progressive protested outside parliament who have been challenging members of parliament. For us to actually leave leave. And so the media is. Put cameras on the contestants. All right, Nazis. You know, all this sort of? I mean, none of it's anywhere close to the truth for the way. Is doing running interference. Political establishment? That's why I see here in Washington DC broad currently, I'm reading so true. We're fighting the same fights right now. And I'm just I'm just you know, you guys have to be grateful that you at least have a president in charge. That believes in what you believe in. We have a Prime Minister Theresa may who voted for us to remain who's leading the Brexit. You know, the whole process right now. So we're in a much worse situation. I think we we have thirty seconds left. What is the future Brexit is it just gonna collapse and be a no deal? Give us your prognostication or him Qassam. Well, I think a very quickly. Jimmy. Germans and now beginning to appreciate how dangerous it is for their economy. If we have a new deal situation. So I imagine that the loss of the European Union and a passive Germany will come back to the table will try to go ate something better for both parties. So I still am optimistic. The Brexit will happen. But I think we've seen anything close to the deal quite yet. Thank you. Ryan Qassam follow him on Twitter at regime, R A, H E M Qassam K A S S A M former senior adviser to none other than Nigel for missed the Brexit author of the important book. No go zones and claim on fellow. He will be keeping us up to date. If he comes back, if we will if he wants to join us in the future on what's happening across the pond, which is so very very closely connected to what is happening here in America. I've Sebastian Gorka with a personal message for you. Now. What's the one thing that you no longer do that? You wish you could you miss playing golf walks with your spouse sleeping through the night..
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"Three four six seven five two regime. Something's happening with Brexit. You got some latest developments. You can tell us about. It was in in the United Kingdom today in the house of Commons. This has been going on as you know now for two years, right? Kingdom is supposed to leave on March. The most of the twenty ninth of this year that was the plan date. But unfortunately, our legislature outhouses houses Coleman is still to the gunwales full of people who are interested in remaining in the European Union. No enforcing the will of the people and actually leaving. So the vote today was about how much the British government can prepare for a deal scenario Whitney European Union at the moment, which just leave right? No deal means it just leave as as the referendum said you wanted to do. Right. Exactly. And she fulfill the will of the people. So maybe what we've been doing? Theresa May prime minister has been taking us down. This pollen of putting this awful deal together where we pay tens of billions of pounds into probably about sixty billion dollars into the European Union's. Just for the benefit of leaving. Along with all these other things like they'd still have some saying we can build a war with fisheries, you could build a wall with that you can build a with much less than that. And now we got to this point where actually most people don't want the Saudi deal Theresa May's put together. So the option was no deal because the parliamentarians ideologically want us to stay in the EU today. They voted to the government's hand and not allowed to make preparations for no deal scenario. So you breaks it's always been imperilled. So I wouldn't say this puts us into a new peril with what's happened today. But what it really does shows us that our representatives have no interest in fulfilling a referendum belong democratic mandate ever seen in our country's history prepared to ignore it. There's something massively ironic here. I mean, look Brexit and the Trump phenomenon are connected at the hip. Breaking news about the reassertion of sovereignty and the rejection of the elite Donald Trump is the first non-politician non general to be elected president is a part of that wave that we see sweeping across Europe, Italy, Austria, Hungary, so on and so forth. The elite is behaving in London in exactly the same ways that resulted in the original Brexit. I mean, do they not realize what they're doing? Well, there's doing I mean today has been a day in Greece media that he's been wall to wall coverage of a handful of protest is progressive protested outside parliament who have been challenging members of parliament. They for us. To actually leave leave. And so the media cameras on the. All right, Nazis. You know, all this sort of? I mean, none of it anywhere close to the truth way. Running interference to the political establishment. That's why I see here in Washington DC. Currently I'm reading so true. We're fighting the same fights right now. And I'm just I'm just you guys have to be grateful that you at least have a president in charge. That believes in what you believe in. We have a Prime Minister Theresa may who voted for us to remain who's leading the Brexit. You know, the whole process right now. So we're in a much worse situation. I think we we have thirty seconds left. What is the future Brexit is it just gonna collapse and be a no deal? Give us your prognostication Rahim Qassam. I think. I think a very quickly Jim in Jim Jenkins. And now beginning to appreciate how dangerous it is for their economy. If we have a new deal situation. So I imagine the loss of the European Union in the past of Germany will come back to the table will try and negotiate something better for both parties. So I still I'm optimistic the Brexit will happen. But I think we've seen anything close to the deal quite yet. Thank you. Ryan Qassam follow him on Twitter at regime are H E M Qassam K A S S A M former senior adviser to none other than Nigel Ferraro's, Mr. Brexit, author of the important book. No go zones and claim on fellow. He will be keeping us up to date. If he comes back, if we will if he wants to join us in the future on what's happening across the pond, which is so very very closely connected to what is happening here in America. I've Sebastian Gorka with a personal message for you. Now. What's the one thing that, you know, longer do that you wish you could you miss playing golf? Walks with your spouse sleeping through the night. Would you like to live without pain, my colleagues Hugh Hewitt Dennis Prager. Mike Gallagher have talked to you about their own successful experience with relief factor. Even Pat Boone and his wife on our big fans. And I your host bastion Gorka. Have started.