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Fresh update on "uk" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Have vaccine for adults to get their shots too as of Monday This includes getting what we call the primary series so your first second dose Alice Wallace being able to get your booster dose if you have not done so Christine WTO P news While the rise of the omicron variant has put COVID-19 sequencing back into the spotlight but just what is sequencing An analogy elected to use for sequencing is if you have a document that's been shredded to millions and millions of pieces those represents the DNA reads that are coming off of our instruments and our job as bioinformaticians is to take these little pieces of the puzzle and reassemble them to get a big picture and get basically the genetic blueprint of the organism That's Scott new win He's a bio info Matt at D.C.'s forensic lab which sequences around 8% of all positive PCR tests in the district Now health experts are saying that labs need to sequence at least 5% of cases to find an emerging variant You can hear more about just how sequencing works this Monday on the is it normal yet podcast British researchers have found that 6 different coronavirus vaccines are safe and effective when used as boosted booster doses They published results of a peer reviewed phase two trial today in the medical journal of the lancet However they did not look at how well the different booster combinations worked at preventing transmission hospitalization and death from the virus The study involved almost 2900 adults over 30 and 18 locations in the UK about half were over 70 Coming up here on Maryland state police are apologizing for an email this morning We'll tell you why It's 8 13 Facebook leads the industry and stopping bad actors online That's because they've invested $13 billion in teams and technology to enhance safety over the last 5 years It's working In just the past few months they've taken down 1.7 billion fake accounts to stop bad actors from doing harm But working to reduce harmful and illicit content on their platforms is never done Learn more about how they're helping people connect and share safely at about dot FV dot com slash safety Paid for by Facebook Your favorite things feel made for you your education should too University of Maryland global campus formerly university of Maryland university college was made to serve the.
Konstantin Kisin Was Once Asked to Sign a 'Behavioral Agreement' Form for a Charity Comedy Show
"The country, that seminal moment that made you a household figure in the UK with this story of it was a college gig was it not where you were going to do some stand up comedy constant and there was some contractual requirement from the hosts? Yeah, well, I actually happened is they invited me to help them raise money for charity, so they were asking me to donate my time. And then they sent me what they called it behavioral agreement form, which made me feel right back at home in the Soviet Union, which said that they had a zero Torrance policy on racism, sexism classism ageism ableism homophobia by far would be a transfer of it. Xenophobia islamophobia, anti racism, and it also said that all jokes and must be respectful and kind. And as you rightly say, when I turned it down, I mean, all sorts of things happen. It was the second biggest news story in this country on the day that the then prime minister of this country was nearly removed from office by her own party. That would be the equivalent of Joe Biden nearly gets impeached by the Democrats and the second biggest story on CNN MSNBC Fox News et cetera is unknown comedian turns down a gig from unknown college, et cetera, et cetera. So it was absurd. It was a crazy thing to have happened. But I think you know, that was one of the moments and you played the clip of us talking about no longer advertising SurfShark. That was one of the moments when we really started to feel that standing up for principles was more important than immediate short term gains. And that is really the approach we've tried to take with the show. We talk to people who are controversial to have different opinions left and right. And we're interested in the truth. We're not interested in partisanship. We're not interested in are you on this side or in that side? We want to hear what you think we want to have a conversation about it. And if you're wrong, that's great. There will be people who come in and challenge that. And if you're right,
Fresh update on "uk" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"Good morning it is 9 30 a.m. here in London ten 30 a.m. in Berlin I'm Tom McKenzie I know Caroline have all welcome to proof by David You have this morning So didi shares of John to own the news around a USD listing listing in Hong Kong The FTC in the U.S. the U.S. regulators suing to block the chip maker Nvidia's $40 billion takeover of arm This is on top of the UK and the EU probes They're not going on with that story And let's take you to the breaking news lines on the bilberg terminal right now So we've had a number of services PMIs out from countries around the world Now we get the UK November services PMI number 58.5 the preliminary number for 58.6 So those are a few of the stories let's give you a brief update of where we are in the markets Yes we're up in the green but it's been very tentative and obviously a massively volatile week for stocks European stocks at the moment up two tenths of 1% Up by four tenths of 1% futures for the U.S. market open have been bouncing around at the moment S&P 500 even features just about in the green On the bond market is 1.44% for U.S. benchmark years ahead of the all important U.S. jobs number for November and Germany's negative 36 basis points The other thing that is of interest are slightly stronger dollar and oil prices jumping 3.1% for WTI free futures right now Tom Okay the open markets are an hour and a half into the trading session Let's get over to Berlin coming up in about 30 minutes time on London DAB digital is Bloomberg surveillance the early edition with Matt Miller and an Edwards and this time for today myself Joining us from Berlin then is Matt Miller Matt there is a lot going on as we close out the week What for you is kind of front and center at this point Well I've actually this morning I've been kind of I've fallen into the rabbit hole of trying to understand what's going on with Dede So I'm excited that you're going to join us today because there's so many questions here about how a DDD listing in the U.S. and then re listing or possibly IPO or secondary in Hong Kong could work out You know the shares have fallen by half Since the IPO right The ideal for 14 bucks in June and now they're trading for 7 and change and I just wonder if do you think they'll privatize and make investors whole at $14 to avoid lawsuits or will they just re list in Hong Kong and then convert U.S. ADRs into those shares Will they then do a secondary in the summer to raise more money I mean there's so many questions from this but it's really interesting because it stands from a Bloomberg scoop that the U.S. is preparing to de list all of these vies or that China is pairing to disallow the VIE So I think it's key for U.S. investors in Chinese businesses to understand and then the other question begins how do you get exposure to China if you still think it's a huge growth market Yeah we were speaking to BlackRock earlier and they're saying look you still need to despite all of this you still need to have more exposure to the Chinese market The fascinating thing about diddy is and you point to this and it's important the privatization If they go down that route then what our reporting suggests is you're taking essentially getting a state takeover of one of their big corporate champions I remember when I was there and they beat Uber at their own game Uber was spending a $1 billion a year in that market didi vanquished them but now they're looking at a state takeover potentially if they don't go down that secondary route of re listing in Hong Kong sources suggesting that that is pretty likely at this point They go for that secondary listing in Hong Kong Maybe they use the financing race there to help with the D listing in the U.S. But it's an important story map for all those reasons The other cool thing that we have is senior of saxo bank Every year he does a list of the ten most insane possible investment outcomes I love the list because it's not like aliens will land like that kind of thing but he's basically he's basically doing his out of consensus views or his worst or best case scenarios for a number of different issues And a lot of it ends up coming true You know we have had crazy volatility this year We had unprecedented things happen in the past couple of years that you never would have guessed but a lot of times Steen forecasts them as unimaginable outcomes that actually turn out to be the case So he calls it his outrageous predictions It's kind of like a Byron Wayne list which I also love by the way So I'm looking forward to seeing what it's an annual highlight isn't it It is a big highlight for me And the other thing I'm doing well I guess this doesn't have to do with my show but I'm thinking I'm conceptualizing a podcast that I do with Barry Rita with crystal barrier who works on your show And imagine if we did a podcast on investing in cars Collector cars as.
Barbados bids farewell to British monarchy, becomes republic
"Barbados Barbados is is bidding bidding farewell farewell to to the the British British monarchy monarchy Barbados Barbados no no longer longer pledges pledges allegiance allegiance to to Queen Queen Elizabeth Elizabeth the the creation creation of of this this Republic Republic of of is is a a new new beginning beginning prince prince Charles Charles was was among among those those who who were were there there as as Barbados Barbados she she had had another another vestige vestige of of its its colonial colonial history history from from the the darkest darkest days days of of passed passed and and the the appalling appalling atrocity atrocity of of slavery slavery which which forever forever stains stains history history the the people people of of these these islands islands forced forced upon upon us us with with extraordinary extraordinary forty forty two two Barbadoes Barbadoes didn't didn't need need permission permission from from the the UK UK to to become become a a Republic Republic governor governor general general Sandra Sandra Mason Mason was was sworn sworn in in as as president president pop pop star star Rihanna Rihanna was was also also given given the the honor honor of of national national hero hero of of Barbados Barbados I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Fresh update on "uk" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"Fraudulent COVID loans That's the verdict from the national audit office which said the bounce back loan program rolled out in May last year was designed to lend quickly with limited verification and no credit checks on borrowers The government estimates that up to 17 billion pounds of the 47 billion pounds lent out under the program may never be repaid The watchdog is now urging the government to produce a formal strategy for managing fraud by April In London I'm Hannah George Bloomberg daybreak Europe Let's stay here in the UK and the conservatives have won have held on to the parliamentary seat of old a Black Sea and Sid cup in southeast London Louis French comfortably won the by election although there was a 10% swing to labor who did come in second place He was asked about whether the conservatives reduced majority following a much lower turnout was down to Boris Johnson's handling of COVID Tory sleaze allegations and parties at Downing Street during lockdown Like I said most people are spoken.
Face masks again mandatory in England amid variant spread
"Facemasks facemasks almond almond tree tree again again in in England England amid amid a a corona corona virus virus variants variants spread spread new new measures measures to to combat combat the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant have have come come into into force force in in England England with with face face coverings coverings again again compulsory compulsory in in shops shops and and on on public public transport transport and and travel travel is is returning returning to to the the UK UK let's let's also also take take a a PCR PCR test test on on self self isolate isolate until until they they receive receive a a negative negative result result previously previously they've they've been been able able to to take take a a lateral lateral flow flow test test and and there there was was no no requirement requirement to to isolate isolate the the reintroduction reintroduction of of banditry banditry facemasks facemasks brings brings England England closer closer in in line line with with the the rest rest of of the the UK UK Scotland Scotland Wales Wales and and Northern Northern Ireland Ireland we we could could not not relaxed relaxed coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions as as much much as as in in the the don don since since the the summer summer Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma London London
Fresh update on "uk" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"Clear that there are people in this seat that have voted conservative for many many years but actually a fed up of this government and wanted to change Wanted to send a message and that's why we've seen that big swing that we've had here Turnout was significantly lower compared with the last general election An armor wrecking Christmas party plans across London JPMorgan has canceled its planned festive carols and other businesses have also scaled back holiday celebrations 10% of bookings have been canceled so far according to UK hospitality Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm the Anne guerins This is Bloomberg But Boris Johnson Anna says go out and have a good Christmas period Absolutely party on Right Let's get a quick sports update here's Chris cave Michael Carrick's left Manchester United despite ending his spell as caretaker boss with a three two Premier League win over arsenal the former midfielder is not returning to his role as first team coach under new manager Ralph ranik Tottenham are up to 6th after.
Why COVID Vaccinations Should Be Exclusively for the High Risk
"House so doctor, let's talk about kind of where we're at now. And there is there's some outlying questions about the vaccine and I know you've come out, I believe against vaccinating children. I don't want to put words in your mouth. I might have read that. Maybe I'm mistaken. But there are outlying questions as why are the countries that are so vaccinated, having spikes in COVID, Israel, Singapore, Gibraltar, Vermont is the most vaccinated state in the country and they have the highest COVID rate right now in America. What's your thought on this? Because to clarify the position that my opinion is that high risk people should really, you know, I'm not anybody's doctor. You should make a judgment in consultation with your doctor. I hope you have a rational critical thinking. That's the point. That's an assumption, exactly. But assuming you have that in theory, you should make a judgment on your own risk from the illness and your own risk or benefit from the vaccine. So high risk people, I personally think should take the vaccine. I think high risk children should take the vaccine. High risk from COVID. Okay, but high risk children are not most children. And so basically, what's happening to answer your question lies with the data on the vaccine when you look at the studies from the UK from Israel from Qatar and as a side statement here, I never thought I'd see the day where I trusted data from other countries more than I trust the data from our audience. I agree with you. I want to get into that. Yes. We are in that stage right now.
Fresh update on "uk" discussed on Jim Bohannon
"Can optimize certain engines to make sure they come to you and if you don't buy ads on social media platforms and have those optimized to drive people to you when they type things in a search engine if you don't really understand how that works or hire somebody who understands how that works the fact that you've got a quality product that costs a little less people may not even know you exist because you're hidden behind these algorithms And I mean I think that's kind of the thing that many businesses don't really know and understand because not because they're not smart entrepreneurs It's just it's not obvious It's not something you can see Yeah And certainly that was one of the major complaints against the trusts essentially in a quarter ago that they were squeezing other people out of the market new steel company comes along and U.S. steel would sell steel at a loss They could afford to they were making gazillions of bucks and they would drive the other country out of business then with the competition gone why they could go back to charging and more exorbitant rate and make back the money they had used to distort the market So the question I suppose is by this definition of abuse of power do these tech giants qualify Well under the existing laws the interpretation says no Because you actually if you just kind of erase steel and put in I don't know you could pick out Amazon and bookstores and now they're putting not to pick on any one company but that's what's happening Uber and the New York drivers that had medallions You can look at sort of the disintermediation of big tech and say isn't that what's playing out It's just playing out using technology versus brick and mortar operations But the laws based on the way they're written and current interpretations say no and that's really unfortunate What about other countries How do they deal with this I know that the other industrialized countries of the world Western Europe Japan Canada so on As a group I think don't concern themselves as much with concentrations of power the notion of for example antitrust because the company got too big I think is alien to a lot of these countries They figure hey it's big it works What do I care And so I'm wondering how they have dealt with some of the challenges we have talked about from big tech Well you actually see where some of the most dynamic and easy to understand laws that drive big tech crazy have actually come from the European Union And so that's really quite interesting isn't it So where you have for example the UK they're some of the most digitally surveilled citizens in the world with cameras with Internet of Things cameras all over their cities and all over the country And yet some of the drivers the biggest drivers of GDPR which is European unions law around the right to be forgotten and overall privacy came from the UK So it's really quite interesting that the way that they look at it is hey my digital tracks my information I shared with you as part of a transaction is not to be monetized and it's my information and you need my permission to use it So it will be really interesting to see if at some point America decides yeah I know you guys are headquartered here but we want something very similar to that It's interesting that countries which I think it's safe to say general have not been that concerned about concentrations of economic power have been more innovative and quicker to react that is very interesting to me It is it is and if you look so it actually just been in the last month or so that both Google and Amazon have had to march themselves in some cases virtually in some cases in person in front of the European unions antitrust board and they've had to explain themselves to the EU antitrust board And so what's interesting is you do have the European Union holding them to higher account Now whether or not it ends up in the end being just bluster and showmanship and does anything really change that remains to be seen But they are holding.
UK plans new measures to combat omicron coronavirus variant
"The U. K. has tightened up credit restrictions off to finding two cases of the new Omicron variants of the virus British prime minister Boris Johnson explained the fears of top scientists and the government is does appear on the chrome spreads very rapidly and can be spread between people who a double vaccinated as a result Johnson's government has imposed new measures to slow down the spread of the new variants will require anyone who enters the U. K. to take a PCR test by the end of the second day after that arrival and to self isolate until they have a negative result in addition mosque wearing the shops and on public transport will once again become mandatory Johnson also promised top scientists to exonerate the vaccine program both of the U. K. cases were in England other links they also both involve travel from southern Africa Karen Thomas London
At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK
"Britain's first winter storm has hit parts of northern England Scotland's and the nine and killing at least two people storm Alwyn has posted parts of the United Kingdom with gusts of nearly a hundred miles per hour the extreme weather conditions caused road closures train delays power cuts and Holly waves in northwestern England Samantha I doctor tree fell on him and the northern alliance a man was killed when his car was hit by a falling tree though the worst of the storm appears to have passed many have been warned against travelling as heavy snow and high winds continue Karen Thomas London
Biden administration to release 50 million barrels of oil from strategic reserve
"The U. S. will release fifty million barrels of oil from its strategic petroleum reserve to ease energy costs president Biden on Tuesday ordered the move in coordination with other major energy consuming nations including China India and the UK the move is aimed at global energy markets but also what voters who are coping with higher inflation and rising prices ahead of thanksgiving and winter holiday travel the national average for a gallon of regular is around three dollars and forty cents more than fifty percent higher than the price a year ago according to triple lay Republican lawmakers have hammered the administration for inflation hitting up thirty one year high but in the scramble to reshape much of his economic agenda around the issue that includes has recently passed one trillion dollar infrastructure package I'm
Taxi driver hurt in UK blast says it's a miracle he's alive
"The taxi driver hurt in a Liverpool blast says it's a miracle he's alive in a message issued through the police David Perry says he's so thankful that no one else was injured in such an evil act British police have called with the November fourteen explosion a terrorist act I'm not trying to determine the motive of the bomber and models will mean the attack had died in the blast outside Liverpool women's hospital he managed to get out of the vehicle before it was consumed by flames the driver says he been overwhelmed by the good wishes and generosity he received after the attack Charles Taylor this month London
World Media Thought Kyle Rittenhouse Shot 3 Black People... He Did Not
"Do you know that the world media thought that Kyle rittenhouse shot three black guys? You come somebody a white supremacist, you must assume that he's targeting black people, right? Listen to Glenn greenwald, on Fox News the other night, talking he lives in Brazil interestingly enough. So when you see Glenn greenwald, the independent journalist on Tucker Carlson are on TV. He's coming to you from, I think Rio de Janeiro, but not mistaken. He doesn't live here in the United States. He watches the world media. Listen to Glenn greenwald's analysis of the way the world media covered the Kyle rittenhouse case. If you rely on the media, you should feel betrayed, you know, I'm somebody before I was a journalist who worked as a lawyer inside courtrooms for more than a decade. So I knew that it's very difficult to cast a judgment about an event this complex without seeing the evidence at trial. So I waited before forming a judgment. And when I did sit down to watch the trial, I was infuriated that everything I had been taught to believe about what happened here by the media was radically different than the facts of the case as they developed. And Dan, I don't know if you've seen this, but multiple media outlets around the world, like the biggest ones in Brazil in Holland in the UK have all repeatedly reported that the people that Kyle rittenhouse killed were black because they were misled by the American media who kept saying this was a white supremacist on a terrorist hunt and therefore they naturally presumed because they were deceived also by the American media that his victims were black. Isn't that incredible that actual media outlets around the world reported that Kyle rittenhouse shot black people? The three people he shot were white.
UK to probe racial bias in medical devices after COVID toll
"The British government's investigating with the built in racial bias in some medical devices led to black and Asian people getting sick and dying disproportionately from covert nineteen witness to cystic surface has found that in the first year of the pandemic up to March twenty twenty one black and south Asian people in Britain have higher death rates than their white compatriots even off to factors like occupation and underlying health conditions were taken into account health secretary Sajid Javid has said the pandemic had highlighted health disparities along race and gender lines he says that a third of intensive care admissions in Britain at the height of the pandemic well people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds more than doubled their share of the population Charles Taylor this month London
UK police: Blast outside hospital was terrorist incident
"Britain has raised the terror threat level following a taxi explosion at the weekend the government has increased the terror level to severe meaning an attack is highly likely the decision follows a taxi blast in Liverpool on Sunday that killed one person home secretary Priti Patel says the terror threat level has been raised because they have been to attacks in the space of a month British police say the explosion in a taxi outside a hospital to kill the man is being treated as a terrorist incident but the motive remains unclear three men in their twenties were arrested in Liverpool on Sunday a fourth detained since all are believed to be associates of the dead taxi passenger I'm
'I'm so lucky': Elton John receives prestigious UK award
"Elton John is a new member of an exclusive club in the UK prince Charles and only did Elton John is a member of the order of the companions of honor I felt very proud to be British I felt very blessed I'm very lucky it's one of the highest awards that can be bestowed by Queen Elizabeth it recognizes people who make a major contribution to the arts science medicine or government over a long period of time I had an amazing life it's music has been my life and I got this for music and to work for charity but seventy four year old Elton John is not thinking in the past tense I may not look as if I'm not a hundred percent fit but I'm not quite but I'm still having to go and I got a lot more work to do after his farewell tour ends in two years John has high expectations we want to try and end dates by two thousand thirty it is doable we have the medicines we have the where with Elton John had recent hip surgery and says he's full of beans full of zest I'm a Donahue
'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi Shares His Thoughts on Brexit
"Welcome back to one on one with mitigated columnist David harsanyi. Well, let's grasp the nettle by the thorn Brexit. What does Brexit mean? Is it the last saving grace? Is it the Hail Mary? Or is it irrelevant in terms of the Euro trash ideas of the continent? Because at the end of the day, it's not the continent. It's the UK and it's the UK rejecting the bad ideas. Well, what is the geo strategic or historic import of those 17 million breaths saying thanks, but no thanks. Now, as you know, the British have always been a poor fit I think in the European Union or fit, the French didn't really even want them to be part of it initially. They are far more far less controlled than ever took on the currency. They're more free market oriented in general. The British are my favorite my favorite people in Europe because we come from them. We are their spawn. We have there. It's their ideas that made America great. I think they manifested in more better ways here in the long run and the British sort of abandoned many of them, but in general I'm a fan and I'm a fan of Brexit. But does it really change much? I don't think so. I mean, the so called conservatives in Britain are just in Europe, there is no real ideological right. There is a nationalistic right, perhaps. There is sort of a status right. But there aren't very many classical liberals on the right. There are some, I'm not saying, but when you have these governments, it's usually just once status party against another, which is what's happening now, probably in Britain for the most part. So I don't think it changes much in the trajectory of Europe itself. Obviously, it's different. I'm a bigger fan of Britain than Germany, but in the end, neither cold a torch to hold a candle to the United
US lifts pandemic travel ban, opens doors to visitors
"The U. S. lifted travel restrictions Monday from a long list of countries including Mexico Canada and most of Europe the new rules allow air travel from previously restricted countries as long as the traveler has proof of vaccination ended negative code test land travel from Mexico and Canada requires proof of vaccination but no test airlines are expecting more travelers from Europe and elsewhere and are increasing flights between the UK and the U. S. by twenty one percent this month over last month US towns on the southern border have been devastated by a lack of business and are hoping Monday's re opening will bring a flood of visitors to the businesses that rely on them I'm Julie Walker
EU warns Britain: Don't press the emergency Brexit button - Reuters UK
"The possibility of a pace brexit trade who is getting closer as both the United Kingdom and European Union remain at the standoff over Northern Ireland and fishing licenses the tension between the two sides was aggravated after the U. K. rejected ET proposals to streamline the trade of goods in northern islands before the talks Britain's brexit minister David frost said they were hopeful the E. you would address the concerns of northern Ireland's when negotiating this significant gap between us if that gap narrows and the commission listened to what we said in the compound type and look at the situation in Northern Ireland then maybe that will help us with excellent however that the U. K. government said the latest proposals did not address what they call fundamental difficulties in addition to the Northern Ireland question both sides also made no progress in negotiations it was symbolically important U. K. fishing licenses all France talks
Traveler with Biden tested positive for virus in Scotland
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting someone who traveled with president Biden tested positive for the coronavirus in Scotland the bike did ministration has confirmed someone who traveled with president Joe Biden to Europe last week received a positive test for cold at nineteen the White House says the individual did not have close contact with the president the person who is fully vaccinated tested positive on a lateral flow rapid test issued by the UK government the test was required for all attendees at the one climate summit in Scotland the White House says Biden tested negative on Tuesday the person who received the positive test is a symptomatic and remains in Scotland to quarantine while undergoing additional tests Mike Crossey up Washington
At COP26, over 100 countries pledge to end deforestation
"A coalition of governments and private funders personals plans to invest one point seven billion dollars to aid indigenous communities are protected by a diverse tropical forests in the next four years governments from the US the UK Norway Germany and the Netherlands and seventeen other private phone does say the money will support activities to secure will strengthen and protect indigenous peoples and local communities land and resource rights I'm provide other kinds of aid including the group activities a spokesperson for the Ford Foundation one of the founders who told the AP the governments are providing approximately one billion while the rest will come from the philanthropies I'm Charles de Ledesma
What’s behind the fishing dispute between the UK and France? - Aljazeera.com
"Britain and France are being told to sold out that pays breaks at specific fishing rights which is escalating by the day many fear the disagreement could lead to a French blockade of British fishing boats and trucks please resign a tiny part since the disputed directly affecting his business what is stopped we will build volume official bill to export into the source of our faith countries are accusing each other of being in breach of the post brexit trade agreement that both sides signed before Britain left the European Union Britain has said it was actively considering launching legal action if fonts gay street with threats of a blockade jazzy Fishman pizza Kay says the spot is the leasing game for both sides he's got to wait that will be no witness I need to be loose Karen Thomas
"uk" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts
"Broad but your favorite products are staying the sib. That's excellent news. But they produce sixty percent of our co two in the uk Except when they don't because they announced on the fifteenth of september that cf industries holdings inc a us company A nice to hold of operations that uk facilities so co two production stopped and as a result. The government has effectively stepped into bill. This company. now they. They said that they were not going to step into smaller energy. Real retail companies. That are being stuff by the price of wholesale energy at the moment but they are going to be like this big. us organization And so let's pay bring quasi back on screen again at. This agreement will ensure the many critical industries that rely on a stable supply of seal to have the resource. They required to avoid disruption. So they're calling this a short term intervention. i basically. They're saying that. The agreement will ensure the many that sorry the many critical industries that rely on. Co two have resources. They require The quick decisive action was taken to resolve. The issue shows the seriousness with which they've approached it and they're going to provide this company basically the the the running capital david that they need to get through the next several weeks and well it can't be described as anything other than a bailout. Yes and yes. It's like me leaving a site. The deep deeply funny situation that we've got a shortage of co to not just take me deeply undefined. We're talking about price caps on gossip. Prices price capital walk price ceilings. Dot work if the if the market value insult above the price ceiling. You set the ceiling. What you get shortages on angie thames beans black ice so watch for that one on unintended of this company not be able to make ends meet you to prices have gone up five hundred percent. How can they not be making money. I couldn't adult be surviving on. That seems very strange. I wonder if those more to that story can tell us the question is this. Is this perhaps deliberate policy to suppress the co two. In order to suppress the eating of beets and help usher in the green agenda. That is very much. what's on the on. The cards are brian and certainly That's one of the things that are discussing in new york at the moment in preparation for cop. Twenty six But richie Is very excited. That the moment Because green finances vital in helping us tackle the economic environmental challenges. This on the launch of our first green ball is a signal that the uk continues to be a world leader in this area. So devotee will be mighty impressed to know that the uk government issued its first green bonds yesterday and they got ten billion pounds worth of finance at the pump integrate new projects And they're going to do a second issues of green bonds later in the year where they're expecting another five or ten billion so they're very excited about this is very very good a very interesting to see how demise to know what to invest in since price signals are no longer working because we're investing in things because of political imperatives on fake science not because this dot com economically Seems to me to be a way of losing a great deal of money. But maybe i'm just old fashioned nostalgic. I think is the word that that's Which is you need to needed. Watched previous uk call use Perhaps understand what we may bill up. But i mean let's move on if you like what the uk called does and you'd like to support us police head over to uk call dot org forward slash community and their options to help us out there. Please do share our material find on the various platforms including twitter facebook. Still some high. Don't know quite high. Were still there but anyway. We are for the meantime brand new chip rubble. Bits should say. Although i should say somebody in the chat box said that the facebook stream is working today. So maybe i'm already out of about one Just a quick reminder that we have put up Our vouchers for christmas presents If anybody wants to grab one of those to give as a gift a christmas and We'll we'll have more to talk about on this issue in the not too distant future indeed well if we got madness in the economic system. Let's jump into subject of health. And the bbc getting it's underwear slightly tangled. Think in this one. Because i don't really know where to go but look at the headline over prescribing. Medicines must stop says the government. So this isn't a country being rammed full of vaccines which is clearly medication but over. Prescribing medicines stop. Many patients are being prescribed unnecessary and even harmful treatments. Can you imagine such a thing happening in the u type. This must be fake news. Because you don't need a prescription for vaccine but you do do need a prescription for the types of drugs that you get from your gpa. And nobody can get to see their gpa. So how can this be. Well we can. We explore this whole scenario. So here we all. The review in england suggests a tenth of items dispense by primary. Inappropriate should be changed. Fifteen percent of people take five moments today summer to deal with the side effects of this surely. They can't be defects from medication. Could be the government is appointing a prescribing. Saw to how with the issue and stopped waste so That is clearly going to solve the whole problem now. This gentleman's quoted in the article professor molten marshall. He's chair of the royal college of gp's he says the gp's will only ever prescribed medication to patients in conversation with them. And after a frank discussion about the risks and benefits of the treatment and went will turn options have been explored. Have you met anybody in the last few years has that story to tell about the. Gp's andy body a tool who's been told the risks. Well what risks are we ways been particularly interested in. of course it's the risks of vaccination so we're just these words in professor in marshall's mouth except he's vaccinations where we will most never talk about the real risks of accident adverse reactions and of course we get paid for the jobs. So now we're getting a clue for why there is absolute mayhem they gp surgeries because we can see some of it of the toll. So this is the gentleman chair with the.
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"Pretty strong stuff. Yes and yes at the end. I'm willing to go the police to make this statement so absolute. Guess how the mainstream media in australia reacted to this. I'm they tore strips off a no absolute silence for the most part literally omerta. Nobody wants to talk about it. So they're gonna leave united australia clive. Palmer craig kelly to shout about this from social media and the press conferences. But they won't actually pick this story op. So gladys is She's got a few problems. Let's just take a look here. She is zero kovic urging killian premiere of new south wales. And so here is her. A former were told. Partner of boyfriend is named daryl maguire and he was after a grant a for a believes the clay target association or something australia for develop a property development. Deal after a government grant There was helped along by gladys herself. So she's being investigated for this conflict of interest corruption scandal and it seems that there's leaning going on on her by lobbyist from astrazeneca adviser to push this double drab zero kovac policy so There there is some activity going on behind the scenes. Apparently here it's definitely a scandal. She's not happy talking about this in public. Mike so It's very interesting. So i think in all countries whether it's the uk whether it's australia whether it's canada whether it's the united states there are forces that are Above and behind government putting pressure on individual politicians who compromised. Okay probably the most compromised politician in united states. History is sitting in the presidency right now. With more sort of a potential criminal probes scandals just rank corruption Really through his whole career but in recent years especially with the ukraine joe biden. So it's no surprise. That joe biden is running hell for leather. He might have been told similar things. Yes that The only way to make the hundred biden scandal. Go away or what you did in the ukraine or how much money. You profited from china or ukrainian side deals is to push this double jab zero kovic policy. So i mean that's not out of the realms of possibility there so i think this is This is extremely interesting. Now we're beginning to see where some of the pressure of points are happening from behind the scenes and certainly big farmers playing a big role in that. yes out. of course one of the things. That big pharma definitely does not want to see is ivermectin making any kind of progress. as a prophylactic treatment for covert nineteen Until the bbc What inspired to do this. But they have put ross atkins one of their reporters onto this wire people using a horse druggist what they were asking Yesterday and they have a ten minute video clip. Which i'm not gonna four stunt anybody throats today but here's ross atkins in the began by saying a drug called. Ivermectin is being touted as a way of treating cove nineteen out. Of course they make a huge deal about The fact that it's many people who are taking ivermectin an dosage which has been Packaged up for horses and other animals under this is problematic. He does admit halfway through this particular case That's a huge number of doctors in the united states. Are giving prescriptions for ivermectin. So there is prescription ivermectin going at no point in this video. Does he talk about the french. Trials the successes and fronts. Us charles as well right. So why is this being pushed through the abc right at this moment. I'm just going to suggest that it's related to the ongoing ivermectin investigation by the At least inspired by the british government. But it's called the principal trial and if we if you remember when this was launched What was said by professor. Chris butler from oxford university. Ivermectin is readily available. Globally has been in wide use for many other infectious conditions. So it's a well known medicine with a good safety profile for people yes. Humans is not a horse drug exclusively used as an anti parasitic for for A Husband tree and so forth. But it's been used with humans for a number of conditions for years. Yes with very disingenuous for this. Bbc reported to call it. A voice struck totally. It was a total price of piece of propaganda. But anyway he chris butler went on the sam because of the early promising results in some studies not mentioned in the bbc coverage. It's already being widely used to treat kobe thousand hundred and several countries By including offer back to the large scale trial like principle we hope to generate robust evidence to determine high affect the treatment is against cove nineteen and whether there are benefits or harms associated with. Its use So But we've got to remember well first of all Here is Chris witty paper on ivermectin. So i just want to remind everybody that. Of course the chief scientific officer is our chief medical officer. Sorry is certainly familiar with the drug. Because he worked on it Produced a paper as a result of it. I'll just blow the the attribution that. You can see. The chris witty was involved in that trial. But of course we've got to remember that we've the uk has run other trials on prophylactics treatments for Cove nineteen not least hydroxy chloroquine. Here's reuters uk hall style of hydroxy chloroquine as useless for covert nineteen patients and the problem with. This trial was That they basically overdosed. Massively overdosed the recipients of the drug and many people ask the question was that on deliberately in order to discredit the drug. If you want to get background on the hydroxy colloquially scandal then to look for that on the uk color website in davis wrote a fantastic article on this which goes through the the timeline of what happened over the drugs. Chloroquine trials in the uk is that what's going to happen. Ivermectin are the bbc preempting about by Pushing that disgraceful piece of what they described as journalism. I suggest there is a connection there and the the overdosing Trial for hydroxy chloroquine. That was the basis for a paper which was published by the lancet. yes Which was put out went. Global on mainstream media jumped on it and then they quietly retracted it because it was a fraudulent Paper basically the study was absolutely fraudulent and designed to demonize hydroxy chloroquine. I'm going to say this about the ivermectin. There's two reasons why they're jumping on ivermectin right now. Really hard on the mainstream media. One is because joe rogan. A popular podcast. Her and celebrity. In the united states heat supposedly contracted cove it took ivermectin and found it to be helpful and so forth and he's recovered from kovin so they went into absolute damage control. Full court press horse drug this these doing skits jokes about joe rogan being a horse and so forth so they went crazy because they didn't want that sort of really impressionable demographic especially which are males between eighteen and thirty five or the people who really follow joke people like joe rogan. They didn't want them to get in their head that there's treatments available Support for for kovin. Okay so the problem is if there are treatments available whether they'd be ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine that basically destroys the emergency use authorization Gimmick that governments have been using to push untested and unproven experimental injections or vaccines out into the public and flood the global market. Because there's no other treatments available no at home treatments no early treatments for cove in nineteen so with treatments. Then you don't need to say that the world needs to be vaccinated and hit hit bill. Gates's target of a eight seven billion people or whatever his target is which he is an ordered all of these other governments to sort of try and meet as well with the pharmaceutical industry. So no treatments only vaccines if you have lots of different treatments different treatment protocols which a lot of doctors have been trying to raise the alarm on and talk about then obviously it kills the case for universal jabs. Okay so it kills the microsoft business model which the pharmaceutical companies are trying to push on a global population where you need updates for viruses every Every week or every month or every six months or whatever that's the microsoft business model now has taken over the the pharmaceutical space and date..
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"Risk assessment carried. I notice to any possible. Adverse mental health affects was ever done. So i think this is truly a pulling response coming in from the psychologist but the other thing is that we in the discussion. You've just had you just been talking about effects on the public that the reality is that the government started out using applied psychology to influence people within the government itself and the case stall point was death Food and rural says whether it was a thirty four million pound program in order to use applied psychology own To change the way they sold to behave to full of government policy and what was unleashed within a matter of months. A brutal cole. Of eleven million animals volley the foot mouth pandemic. So we shouldn't just be looking at. What's the effect his own public. We've got to look up. What the effect of this political employed psychology is on people within government itself both politicians and members of what was the civil service. Yes at knife. Anybody is unsure about. That's a couple of animals under the foot. Martha regime the slaughtered on suspicion policy. Then please do search for slaughter on suspicion on the uk color website That documentary is backup Following our removal from youtube video them bitches at least isn't it But it's it's on. It's on the website again so so do search for it and do watch it if you haven't seen it because we've got to remember that. That policy was instigated by the wonderful deal. Ferguson who is As many will know absolutely behind locked on in the uk. We'll look we're overtime so we've got to end there. I would say thank you very much bryan. Thank you alex for. Brilliant in the studio were not doing an extra today because sadly alex has a trend koch But we back at the same time one pm as usual on friday. we'll see them bye bye..
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"Seven participants equals thirty three spontaneous abortions the first trimester. This is these numbers of come from the scientific paper And then the second trimester. The calculation is seventeen. Point five percent times twenty percent Times brackets twenty point six percent plus forty three point three percent Times it hundred. Twenty seven which equals twenty seven spontaneous abortions in the second trimester the definition of a spontaneous abortion as a miscarriage. So therefore the total expected In the trial and the the study was thirty. Three plus twenty one which people's fifty four spontaneous abortions expected but the actual number of spontaneous abortions recorded that. The trial was one hundred. Fifteen hundred. fifteen is two hundred and thirty percent of the expected number more than double David's point was that this absolutely shows that are issues around pregnancy and vaccination with these particular Jobs so Is that abraham always complained that claim that this is safe is that does that stock up. Will this particular evidence suggests that doesn't And there's much more work needs to be done on. This and i believe much work is going to be done in this Not least by doctors for kobe. Ethics in the next number of weeks so This is an issue that needs to be continued. This particular work needs to be continued. There are so many studies backed up in a queue that the good doctors of doctors for ethics and other groups are trying to get out to the media and they're just about managing to connect with the right people now Whichever area of covered with talking about there are studies backlogged. That's a question or demolished official. Narrative. is simply a narrow pipeline of getting them out to anyone who will publish a brown. I think what you're going to say. But i mean this is not incompetence on the dame's always part this. He knows what the situation is. He's just being This genuis untruthful. Well this this this has been the government policy along the governments no longer titles the the did public the about. What's going on then not giving the public the truce statistics. There is no proper risk analysis. We as simply being fed loin which is a ways pro vaccine on a low. We have not seen the evidence to prove that the vaccines all safe with these groups. Whether it's children will will pregnant women in fact the opposite applies that if we look at. The governor signed statistics through the h. Alright which says it's called the job of the public and keeping them safe from from medicines and drugs and vaccines that doug what we find that. The rain statistics rice huge questions and concerns about safety. What is the government to. It ignores listen information and just carries on with the the vaccine program. They do not cats who they home may We've still know that there are people in hospital paralyzed from the neck. Down as a result of these axioms We simply don't talk about these problems. We just move onto. Let's get more jabs in people's homes and just to reassure people this phrase jab with pretty confident the reason they use jab is the they know these vaccines. It's experimental gene therapy. So the government lawyers distorts data at deceives the public this is a government which is attacking population. Okay well let's come back to the bbc then and a lovely little propaganda piece Titled that cove kisses hospital admissions dawn. Is it over And they began by saying what the government in england announced asari when the government negative was lifting nearly all remaining restrictions. It was branded a dangerous and unethical experiment by critical scientists but just two weeks from the nineteenth july unlocking Both infections and the hospital emissions are fully similar pattern is emerging elsewhere in the uk where restrictions have been east bit. Not quite as much as in england. I can testify to that mike. Because i got on the train to go down here and the announcement was where a masked because it's considerate of other people's mental health. In wales. you have to wear a mask. has the gamble paid off. They asked They then talk about some of the modeling That's been going on around this. They sang with this latest. Paik was predicted. It's important to remember that. Despite the warnings government muller's have have always suggested this scenario was possible so we've got to justify the existence of the ballers And then they go on to say well what about the doomsday scenario. So they're going to apologize for this it's true. Though that ministers government scientists did express concerns that the situation might have got much worse than pas But there was a reason why figures were put forward so publicly. It was in part to influence behavior so again. We have a further admission of this until they finally asked is a time to forget. Covert on the answer. That is absolutely not because covert plus. Flu is the concern. Well that's true but as we mentioned last week it's not just covert plus flu. It's also as the other respiratory virus. Which really is nothing In itself doesn't cause any particular risks to humanity at all of at madeira. of course Planning a triple vaccine targeting flu. Covert at rsvp. So that's why we are seeing stories like that appear in the likes of the bbc will move on If you like what the uk dolls you'd like to support us simply said you call them dot org slash community and their options to help us out there and your help would be very much appreciated and also to share any of our material the various platforms including brian youtube rumble. Bit shoot on odyssey on brian. We have an email end from your yes. We will find. We've had a lot of emails from viewers over the of this particular to- pay which is the cat will lack of ca and the deaths of elderly people within the nfl chance..
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"Give the nhs Sorry to save the nhs at any cost and this one here can residents put on. Do not resuscitate orders without consent within five hundred residents made subject to such a would as well. I think it's more than five hundred because the statistics have put out and this is one here. Hospital figures for kovin cases misleading. So the daily mail out. Sorry telegraph knows full. Well that as a whole ralph of evidence against the government and its agencies. But what do they prints while they bring in this man savage of it He said he asked for this advice. What he's talking about is the proper segregation in data between govett knowing Patients and people in hospital for other things. I've also this voice because it's important that we try to better analyze the primary diagnosis of anyone. Coming into all spital. Well this isn't very interesting statement. Because if we put words in his mouth is really saying that prior to enduring the pandemic the claim pandemic. It was important that we didn't know the primary diagnosis of anyone coming into hospital. And i think we can also suggested what is really getting at is if you ramping up. A pandemic using applied psychology to increase via and anxiety. It's best if the nhs knowing stats always extremist possible which is what they were doing The telegraph brings in also in duncan smith. And he says this what we're beginning to discover is that the nature of the data collection has been really poor. This intern means the ministers. Have to make very big decisions. A too often sitting on misleading data. Which often leads to floor decision baking. So you can see david and this is just. This is all a little bit of a mistake really. It's a bit of misleading data. It really does not speak weld. They've not been forthcoming. What the real fakers. All these figures will be having a direct impact on some of the decisions that have been made an old being made so he does acknowledge that there are real figures on what apparently but nobody seen the real figures the figures seeing which are clearly not real because they're so inaccurate all telling really amazing story. Because what we've go is what we've flagged up in radio. Tens of thousands of elderly people hundreds of thousands possibly of eight. We've locked up station and destroyed the economy. But it's really just a little bit of floor data on some floor decision making and if we really want to know what the medical care in. Uk's focused on well. It's not improving the health of people. It's this is public. Health matters uk using behavioral silence to improve and protect the health of the nation. So nevermore the fat. we've got elderly. People died as a result of this. We call the vaccine adverse effects. We've got misleading data. You've got to trust the same people because they going to change our behavior to make us more healthy. It's outrageous yes. Well i don't have water say david. Well it's it's interesting idea is starting to talk about flawed data. Obviously it's been one of the things we've been talking about for a year and a half now but this is absolutely key because of course once you start looking for accurate data the only place to stop this when you actually get some now. The the definition of a case was changed to be a positive test. The definition of a covert death was changed to be within twenty days of a positive tasks. The tasks thing we know is monumentally unreliable unknown without the degree. To which is unreliable is probably know. It will depend on the number of cycles of the past. It's been run. And therefore there is a story to be uncovered here about just how much the reality was. Mike notified via the media via the narrative via the government story to justify the policy. Now that's a very interesting story. I would hope that they'll be some of politicians would actually pursue that because dodd needs to be known it doesn't date but i think i don't think there's too many am piece Stepping up to the plan to do that I mean just to reinforce out david of what we saw initially was the claim that a kiss was anybody that had tested positive for death. Anybody that tested positive at some point leading up to their death did matter how long it was something. It davis made the point that his article on this Somebody could have tested positive. In march died in august or september and being considered a covert death even though they were the died of cancer or something else And you know it was only after quite a bit of pressure that the the definitions were changed to this twentieth twentieth day. No sense then. We have constantly been saying on this program that of course there's different methodologies different types of data from all the various agencies whether it be public health glitter the day or whomever which means practically impossible than the nhs. Which will. it's not practically possible that it is impossible to compare apples with apples. Therefore and So we can never actually get to the bottom of The correctness of any stigma the government minister might say because we don't see what they see and we can't actually properly analyse Aside from the way we've been doing it for the last four months. Yeah i think. I think the politicians are being pulled into the spotlight. There is so much information and questioning now happening in the country they beginning to feel pulled fullwood. And what i think we've got going on. Here is the start of a campaign will. We mustn't blame the politicians. We must have blamed people who made the decisions Chris wishy and co. this is terrible mistake over a data. That's what i think is is brewing here and if we watch the media closely we'll see whether that idea is correct or not on thursday evening and friday evening last week We were delighted to be hosting doctors for cova ethics for their Symposium absolutely fantastic event. A few technical problems on thursday but nonetheless the information that was given out was superb so Session one on session to are now available on the front page of the uk. Call website as on demand. Videos edited with removing all the technical And so pleased to share those already in sessions. Three and four will be up later on in the day. So here's the uk called Front page at the moment So the right up at the top to have a look a thought. I'd share as widely as possible. I just can't say thanks enough to doctors for kobe ethics and everybody else has contributed to that because it was a fantastic. Today's it was a fantastic. Today's boykin. I'm going to say the coolest it couldn't have happened with all the work that you did with the The team here in the uk call studios. Now we'd like to say that a lot of people lots of people centers e mails. we cover the mold. But let's just bring a couple up onscreen on just writing to thank you and all uk call him as well as all contributors for the amazing symposium. Be keeping an eye out for the whole thing to be all to. We've just covered that. It's an invaluable package of information that needs to be spread far white again. Thank you and in general for your hard work. Very best wishes. Tracy absolutely incredibly conferences halt wrenching and at the same time. So informative i so enjoy reps Weekly there are no words to express my gratitude. you're warriors for humanity. Still trying to figure out as a small minority how to make difference by very educated family. Most friends that completely hypnotized by the main narrative. 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"Purchasing the suitability the equipment all shown to be wanting in defective. David one thousand nine hundred thirties. The forward-planning the fleet. We should which was perfectly sensible and was vastly underfunded and never actually happened in full was based on availability of seventy five percents. Twenty five percent of for example. The cruiser force would be under refit or repair. Then given time or could be so that would be one or maybe two the tight forty fives would be in In reputable refit on four or five would be available since the nineteen thirties. Mechanical equipment has of course become much more reliable not much less reliable so he would've thought that we could do not so five out of six not one out of six would be a reasonable aiming point surely yes well. There's something wrong. It's been deliberating. more opinion. The capability of the military has been collapsed in order to drive e. You defense Union that was the plan and there's a lot more to be said on that but the good news is one of our biggest fans marianna. Spring is Launching a book and There's been a bid an auction for Which has been won by atlantic books there in the end as so. She's writing a book which is notes from From the disinformation wars. And that's what she's writing so mariana very very pleased on going to label. This is fake news but it was from From twitter page ad where ending On some spectacular news Apparently this originated with telegraph. And then it filtered through the rest of the media cartel and ended up in plymouth life government ministers fear that farting could spread. Cove says the headline now. I'm not sure that we're used that word on the uk called news. But it's in the headline. i can't really change it And it's saying it has been reported that some uk government ministers have privately expressed concerns that flatulence could spread the disease. It has been claimed the telegraph quoted on the administer expressing fears Pointing to evidence which suggests that the corona virus could be spread when infected person breaks wind in confined space such as a toilet. It's already been revealed that the virus can present in fecal matter with tests proving this to be the kiss however science weather farting could spread. The corona virus is not definitive. One minister who wasn't him told the telegraph that they had read. Credible looking stuff on it from other countries and there had been evidence of genetically linked trysts in connection between two individuals from lavatory cubicle in australia. So david I'm frankly finding it difficult to hold it together reading that. So could you take over at this point. This is exactly what i've been wanting you by about nine months. Mike this is the scariest variant of the mall of a main delta v. really individually indian variant toilet colbert toilet covert knows when you're alone toilet covert gets you when you're most vulnerable poile it's coming. Just add to that david. That was sad plymouth Susceptible to flooding in the central city area. We've had a lot of other floods around the country. Urban areas when those floods occur sewage is brought to the surface so that must represent under this rule a massive risk if Flatulence is a problem than flooding in rule sewage. In britain's streets must now be a massive problem but no way the southwest water or any of the other water authorities or indeed. the government. Want to talk about that problem. But we're left with. This is the best that plymouth live can do. I'm just going to blame. Plymouth live uniquely. This began with telegraph. That spread out from there right across the media cartels so we got to put the blame where at deserved unless it was an embedded bbc democracy reporter. Mike that's always possible okay. We'll be back in a few minutes on the uk calm livestream some extra and otherwise won't be. Oh oh yes well. Good point look we just want to say thank you very much. The person Who sent us through some Some slit coasters with uk. Call him on the mat also some other bits and pieces. Thank you very much for that. It was very nice so thank you. Okay we'll be back in a few minutes and aside from that will be back on wednesday. Yes thanks for joining us bub lie..
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"Whole notion of anonymous data is nonsense. It's always easy to actually identify So called an itemized data at a later. Did you know this is heading. Don't you this initiative. They're selling it as. Oh we need to basically take the genetic information of all newborns so that we can customize medical treatment for them if they have a problem or identify What problems they might have later in life. were moving very close towards designer babies. Okay and that's one of the sort of logical progressions of this type of technology so and again that also dovetails with Eugenics imagine if they had these tools in victorian times when they're measuring people's skulls to see how the intelligent they were and then ordering people by race and ethnicity Along some hierarchical line in the great victorian medical escapades. I i think that's absolutely right but i would also add a patrick that if if we look at for example the use of smart meters in the energy markets many people concerned about the health impacts of smart meters but actually the another concern that people mostly miss is the fact that What is being done with smart meters. This is people's energy. Use habits are being monitored and then they will be charged appropriately. And we'll get to the point. Where as the wholesale price of energy changes throughout the day that your use of energy will be charged appropriately. The same goes with this. Eventually medical care as this personalized will also be charged based on your genetic makeup. You are more likely to suffer from certain types of cancer or you're more likely to suffer from certain types of other illness. Your medical costs will go up as a result you will not only get personalized care. You will get personalized bills and that. That's a big part of that as well and who's to stop the state mike from doing a cost benefit analysis on the genetic screening of embryo before it's born and then make some sort of decision As to whether the child because they might have some risk factors should they be allowed to live. It's going to cost them more to have the baby or not. yes and then they would advise on that basis. I mean that might sound extreme but you know a lot of the things that we're seeing now that are being rolled out in spoken about in these policy think tanks in quangos are would be considered extreme twenty years ago so i wouldn't rule any of this out and certainly the juggernaut of technology on this is is huge and there's a lot of money in it as well so we'll see at morgan is because there are three new report cites which three you studies on the real world use of rapid cove in nineteen tests. This is ace not a symptomatic testing for sars cov to using oxygen detecting lateral flow devices. Here's another one key points. Summary a symptomatic testing for sars cov to using genetic and antigen detected lateral flow devices That's from a different organization on this. One is a technical report on in vitro and clinical market civilians of bio time sauce. Come to fo- out degen devices so three reports the government's very excited about it they're saying that findings from these three studies on the real world. Use of rapid tests have confirmed their effectiveness under a variety of conditions demonstrating the reliability and adaptability ability of these tests and alongside the phenomenal skill. Breads of the ruled out the vaccination program on the hans fists space guidance regular testing is vital to stop transmission as a country falls the robe up and starts to reopen but sadly patrick that much sure that they've considered the possibility that the tests are being given. We've mentioned this a couple of times on the program already but the bbc has decided that they have to mention it as well. High children are spoofing cove in nineteen tests with soft drinks We showed on this program a week or so ago. the canadian. I think it was an mp who was Issues coca cola spoof his co. in nineteen tests and then of course fruit juice is the method of choice for school children in the uk in order to get an early summer holiday. But my question is What effect does that have on the test results. I don't know the the ones that kids like is the bottom of the trainer to swab. The bottom of the trainer is usually also another popular. One usually get a positive on that too. Yes now tracking trysts. This is dr max. Pemberton in the mail. Why doctors like may have chosen to delete the and it just test interest up. Of course it's been highly successful for the british government. The ministers saying it successful almost every day of the week so it must be And we'll he says when. I downloaded the nhl tested trace up. I thought it was going. I was doing something sensible digital diligent at public-spirited like many of my medical colleagues. I believed i was doing my bit to stop the spread of covert nitrate sin though we began to realize it wasn't so simple. The reality of working in a hospital met we were surrounded with people by people with covert. We couldn't avoid them particularly at the height of the pandemic colleagues were constantly being sent hoped isolate even like even if like me. They were double jobs. Patients were suffering as a result And so it goes on. But he's basically making the point they nice starting to delete the Test interests because they're getting so many false positives because they're walking people that have already been identified through a bogus. Pcr tests perhaps That they are also live and therefore they're getting pinged by the the the the thing is that of course the government said they're going to relax this slightly or the tried to relax a somewhat But richard walker. Who was the. Who's the boss of the supermarkets iceland. said that the the new rules of easing are going to be a problem for business are covert related. Absences are growing exponentially within a week or two. They'll be the highest ever. I can this be I don't know that's a good question. Lot of us can't figure it out yet. Certainly if you look at the official data even their data it doesn't seem to match with some of these diktats proclamations. Well let's look at some of the official data this is presented by the mail percentage change in infection rates across england for the week ending july. The fourth twenty. Twenty one. And i have to say. I have a problem whenever we start looking at percentages patrick. Because when you've got almost nothing and you know we're looking at devon there for example which is fifty percent higher increase percent of what would exactly don't say so this is just fake news basically Embellishing exaggerating over blowing something. That's not actually there. But don't worry because some britons craft permanent pandemic locked on this is based on a survey run by absence more for for the economist. And this is the this. Is the results patrika masks shops. Apparently what's up. Forty percent of people in the uk Won't prominent mosques shops on public transport. Do you think that's likely Don't know don't know but it's disturbing nonetheless We got thirty five percent wanting permanent ten day quarantine on return from holiday. We've got what eighteen nineteen percent of people. They want a permanent ten pm curfew really..
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"Big tech partners. What are they actually doing. Amongst all of this crisis are implementing and authored a permanent authoritarian system. As the end of democracy. He lose free speech. You can lose everything. Okay on mondays program then We brought you the news the hr. I had released their new business plan and how they're going to help. The industry developed the life. Sciences industry developed on then on wednesday. We brought you the uk government's announcements about the latest developments on how they see the life sciences industry building in the uk Well we've got more news today because you'll be glad to know that the uk is not offering genomic sequencing capacity and capability to pakistan. My why would they be doing that. Patrick well this is part of the new the new variant assessment platform. Mvp and stop This is a program Which will help Pakistan to draw on uk expertise and support to detect quickly new and potentially more more dangerous variations of covert nineteen. So this is all by pakistan being able to develop to find the delta variant within their country but also We've got a new. The lambda lambda very. We've got iota coming Not too far iota. Yeah that'll be. The good one will a day interesting. No wouldn't be able to find it okay so when iota not one iota so The uk is a world leader Genomic sequencing for covert variance and the second largest contributors the international database for the variance through this agreement They are going to share expertise and provide reagents to increase genomic sequencing capacity in pakistan The support will also include technical advice of bioinformatics workflow at technical processes. So just so everybody knows. The new variant assessment platform is a program on spy sectors did for health and january this year to offer. Uk support globally tsarskoye to New variant identification programs in countries that wish to monitor the variant circulating and their populations but do not themselves have the capability to identify those variants. So high could go wrong. We'll just like with pr with this. New layer of detection super-duper protection mike To find anything anything whatsoever that they can find and then run it through their system whether it's through cr whether it's due genome sequencing to provide the evidence that there are cases running amok okay. Meanwhile the same the genetic fragments that they are Picking up and these are always amongst us always in society throughout history in fact how did we survive as a race my counted we make it this far. No idea this many million years without all of these great tools of bio informatics. How did we even survive but The delta fares appeared of messed up the olympics. Well yeah it was all going swimmingly. Well mike The japanese spent a few billion preparing for the olympics. And then all of a sudden the bio information's got out there. Pcr tests and they found out the delta variant was on the loose in tokyo. so guess what. They're banning all spectators from any olympic venues in and around tokyo because they surge in cases allegedly this is the delta variant. They're probably using the same methodology that imperial college with using in that last study i wouldn't doubt it for a second here. We go the latest state of emergency. Scare is a direct result of an increase in testing and computer model predictions about the possible spread of an alleged delta variant with health. Experts claim is surging through the tokyo metropolitan area. That sounds pretty scary. Doesn't it mike. Yes but if there wasn't any. Pcr testing the stadiums would be fooled. Because guess what what did we see in wembley The other night. Did you see all the fans pouring out of the stadium. While i intentionally didn't but i'll share there were there. I've never seen so many people. So tightly packed in one space ever and also the stadiums in europe generally full during the tournament. And so i mean there's no problem or risk so they're literally manufacturing an extension of the pandemic so this would just never end until people put their foot down and say enough is enough. This is just getting ridiculous. So i feel really bad for japan and this is the most masked country in the world may be more. People were masks in japan. So apparently doesn't stop the delta. No doesn't stop the delta but as we said llamas on the way the lambda variant nas one to really be worried about mike. The lambda variant not to be confused with the lombardo variant. That will be coming out of brazil. in not too not too long from now but lambda latte room. What is reminding of member this film revenge of the nerds. Mike in in the eighties. One of the great classic eighties from lambda lambda lambda. That was the fraternity of the nerds. So this is But we we did a little bit of a mike an update on the lambda lambda lambda fraternity there. And what do we have there. You have chris witty there in the left of course billy goats In the middle mark zuckerberg and below. That is an actual proper accurately scaled size of anthony foul. She not to be confused with a young mel brooks there. So lambda lambda lambda. So it is really revenge of the nerds. They want in the end. Mike this this film was so prescient. That what we've witnessed over the last fifteen months mike is a revenge of the nerds The nerds have taken over led by hair gates and hair schwab and all the rest of these characters. They literally hijacked government and public life. I mean we joke about it but it's actually horrific What has happened but coming back to the genetics. Sacred thing Story for a second. This is another great example of life. Sciences industry in the uk pressing forward. Now this genomics england still getting lots and lots of emails from people saying that not on caucus the biggest shareholder genomics england. Well that's not quite correct. Because he's lost his job as everybody knows in fact. It's the secretary of state for health. Which is the shareholder of genetics england. So i mean such java's and you won't and he will be until he leaves the role and then the next person will take over in that position but anyway this is a new dialogue Finds support for the whole genome sequence sequencing of newborns providing that the right safeguards on resorces aren't bliss so. I wonder what those safeguards might be. Let's have a look at what they're saying. It would be acceptable to identify a wider set of conditions in the current newborn screening program if the impact the infant in early childhood and if their treatments and interventions secure prevent slow progression or personalized treatment. So they'd be okay to go ahead with genomic sequencing if you identify genetic ailments in infant son's it would be fine as long as there's a cure or prevention or some kind of way to slow the progression or to personalise treatments. Are they going to say the genetic constantly mental health assistance must be available to those who receive a diagnosis But we're talking about the genome sequencing of newborns so not clear where they get mental health assistance at that stage genetic counseling so what you see is because mental health is genetic issue. Is that what they're inferring. It seems like it's possible. A comprehensive genetic database should be established so people from ethnic minority backgrounds are not disadvantaged by receiving more uncertain or less accurate diagnosis and the rest of the population. Inclusivity inclusivity in equity equity in our genetic surveillance yes and then the full complexities of whole genome. Exigency must be recognized with consent processes including its implications for the wider family that twenty-first-century families come in many forms I see okay And then the while parents give consent on behalf of the newborn the child may have a different view as they grew up including on genomics data being used for research. So i'm not clear what that means that. There's going to be some kind of a mechanism that as you grew up. If you've had your whole genome sequenced when you were a baby that you then have the right for that data to be deleted. I'm not clear that that's really what they're saying Sorry i've made a mistake with the animation there but then the final one is the screening test. has potential to look for many more conditions than current new newborn screening tests. It could be expanded under those circumstances and this is the final one. Then if consensus so sought for genome did it to be used for search. The data must be optimized unused to deliver improved diagnoses treatment and care The.
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"I was sort of interesting this because it had quote a lot of detail. What these documents were. So they're headlined was secret. Uk defense documents detailing warships movements discovered bus. Stop now i paid attention to that because if you go if you go detail about ship itself could be very serious but this was about an operation and i thought this is very interesting and if we get into it documents to show that the british british officials knew the root of the worship could lead to a possible reaction from the russians but taking tentative passage could be considered by most as the uk being scared or running away The uk government's thought the provide an opportunity to quote engage with the ukrainian government. And what. The u k recognize ukrainian territory waters. So are just yeah so the uk took the route which new would provoke the russians. Might right so it on this. So the nam for this operation is up detroit or something like this. I'm not quite sure how it's pronounced But the documents say that The royal navy and the russians in these discuss the role navy interaction with russians in the eastern mediterranean that they had been professional and on remarkable but that officials knew that that that's a relationship that they experienced previously in the mediterranean. Was going to change that. We're in the black say and it's the documents said that following the transition from defense engagement activity to operation activity is highly likely that the russian navy and the air force interactions will become more frequent and assertive And they said that The series of slides Involved in this and One described a safe and professional direct transit from edessa to batumi And that using what they call a traffic separation scheme would provide an opportunity to engage with the ukrainian government and what the u k recognizes ukrainian territorial waters. So so this was all going on. So let's just talk a brief look. There's a map of the area. We've got italy on the left of course turkey to the south the black sea there and if we just and have a look at the route that they were trying to go was from edessa in the northwest there to batumi in the southeast. So alex maybe ask you for comment at the moment. Really there could be no other. I'd come here of the triple trouble now. Exactly right mike. And this is my area of expertise in the world of black sea and both of the countries involved ukraine and georgia now admitted pretty much everyone to be proxies for nato in particularly the uk and us have a long history of saber rattling. The russian ministry of defence called the ukrainian navy a mosquito fleet in dealing with this latest defender incident. And you've you've really set up very well there you do have to skirt fairly close to crimea if you want the the most efficient route between the two volts there But you can't stay a bit out to see what's changed now. Is that the talking shop. The bubble Has run away with its own. Delusions which it happened in two thousand eight. When these two countries were by michael's insistence snubbed. Nato membership which would have probably world war three one way or another. That's no longer the case. So instead of what. In brian's day would have been admiralty will know shortly after that era proper Braided offices talking and secret bunkers about the roots of warships and subs. Now we have a policy bubble of people who have grown up and whole generation since the code will now believing that the russians are a paper tiger and that we must stand up to them who've never seen any kind of surface service in any kind of security or military setting and they believe they can Go that close to the revamped russian navy. Which in few times. But typically duran's could reporting but many other outlets as well now. The russian navy will be superior to the british independently ending the american navy in the black sea and the eastern med Both surface and subsurface and land basis. Let alone the missiles. All of that indicate that the bubble is still thinking that it's a class told clapped-out post-soviet fleet and that we can go fairly close to them and expect nothing to happen in the video. Which the russian ministry of defence has released of the shots across the bows of hms defender. You can clearly hear. It's it will be difficult to stage that what you can hear the captain calling on the bridge to the weapons. Officers is not a puppy. Tiny defender avoid hitting the defender. So it is that worship unless that was elaborately staged you can see footage which the both the pentagon rear-admiral level and the british denied for the better part of we could have happened. You can see. Hms defender film from within the bridge of the russian worshiping question which only add to poodle a little bit out of. Its own port of sevastopol. You can you can see the adam finding the missiles and this was denied so we in the stage of cloud-cuckoo-land we haven't had For a long time and it's not just me being putin fan boy Saying that the russian navy is going to be superior particularly in that part of the world to the navy's before long. This is something which almost every day now the military times collection of articles which is a good subscription list for those who are interested almost every day. Someone in the beltway is putting a think. Piece together for the attention of the biden administration particularly the pentagon saying the russians could beat us in a naval war nine so this is well known and yet people are so diluted in that policy apparatus that they think they can get away with this. I shudder to think walls next in. Well let's just have a look at the various. Get your thoughts on on the russian response to this in a second but before we do that. Nick carter chief of the defence staff and the times here from the twenty fifth of Of june saying that He's kept wick awake at night by the risk of war. Of course he's not kept awake at night by the risk of war at the moment because he's selfies living as a result of covert along with zubin using orange juice i don't know but Perhaps one of them was because The defense secretary the chief of the defence staff the chief of the general staff and several of the military top brass are in fact all self ice living so we have effectively military command in this country at the moment. We what was carter saying that very concerned about on warranted escalation classic example of the bottle of the narratives. Jury is out. Who won the battle. The thing keeps me awake in bed at night. As is as miscalculation that comes from unwarranted escalation this sort of thing. We saw in the black sea and monday and tuesday as sort of thing it could come from. We wouldn't have done on that. A kid sorry. We wouldn't have done on that occasion but it's the type of thing one needs to thank quite hard about well. What were the russians saying. Here is the russian ambassador. Alexi callan The nightmare is that they're trying to reinforce a political position with a military provocation. Which date can lead to serious military incident. He said i hope to clarify this matter with them. And say quite clearly that either we have a political dialogue or a provocation And then sergey lavrov was getting Quite about the rules based international order as was ms zakharova but will come onto that. In the second the beauty these western rules lies precisely in the fact that they lack any specific content so we really criticizing the fact that the west just mix it up as they go along when someone knocks against the will of the west and immediately responds with a grind. This claim that the rules have been broken without bothering to present any evidence and declares. That's right to hold the perpetrators accountable less the less specifically get the freer their hand to carry on with the arbitrary practice of employing dirty tactics as a way to pressure competitor's us for russia it's high time that everyone understands so we've drawn a definitive line under any attempts to play a one way game with us an interesting detail in russian. The words law and rule share a single route to us. A rou is sorry. I ruled that is genuine. Unjustice inseparable The law this is not the case for western languages. For instance an english the words law and ruled did not share any resemblance Rule is not so much about the law in the sense of generally accepted losses by decision decisions..
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"Covid nineteen immunity from prior infection to continue wearing masks outdoors in many cases no pun intended quotes around that. So this is what the cdc's up to mike and just take a look. This is the director having this is the sort of stuff she's putting out in the media here. This doctor rachelle. Nc this is biden's new director. The cdc and she says the uk varian is now the dominant covid nineteen th strain in the us. I mean the boulder dash never ends with this whole variant business. So she has no idea whether she's coming or going Already her term in. It's less than six months. It's a total trainwreck. But to be fair she's inherited a train wreck. But i think she's not making any effort to get the train back on the tracks. That's the problem here in. Meanwhile robert redford r redfield. Sorry robert redfield Is parachuting into some other sort of post career Glory so who knows so. I wanna ask grew really quickly. Dolores question doors. One thing that we're seeing time and time again is public. Health officials ministers health ministers people in various countries like the republic of ireland. They're constantly defer away if whenever they're asked by first principles to show what the proof is or to make any of their own independent termination. They're always deferring to the. Who or they're deferring to the cdc in the united states. How how big of a problem is this for. Individual countries in terms of their own sovereignty. Yes oh absolutely..
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"Good evening hawkins. Brinda would coming to you live on this windy october night with another segment of minute by minute. Barbara and a student at hawkins high known as barb to her friends was last. Seen at steam harrington's home just a few days ago with a number of other hawkins area teens. We reached out to her closest friend. Nancy wheeler sister of mike wheeler best friend missing boy will buyers for comment but so far we've been unable to reach her when asked to describe barbara her friends and peers. Praise her as someone who was loyal to a fault. Nancy the kind of girl who notices if you're wearing a new bra and can really rock a pair of mom or as we call them now. Jeans barb was last. Seen wearing a pink blouse green pants blue puffer jacket and an oversized pair of absolutely fantastic glasses. Please contact the authorities with any information you may have. Meanwhile in west hawkins bradley's big by reported a shoplifting incident with a vagrant who escaped with an unprecedented number of eggo waffles. Witnesses at the scene claim that they saw shopping carts flying down aisles and the electronic doors malfunctioning putting owner bradley. At risk we received security footage from the store. If you know the identity or name of this young girl please contact chief. Jim hopper at hawkins police station. Good night everyone and whatever you do avoid merck. Would this halloween lamar. Oh now anyway now as a treat for you. This is the making of the real ghostbusters. Which featured on the time life. Dvd's now is with spitzer puts a three parts on youtube. I took them reedited him and hair. It is enjoying now this making of was originally aired on central tv for it. The back in the early nineties but was included in the real ghostbusters complete series. Dvd box by time. Life which also had some great interviews. That i will include after this one so deleted the original host for obvious reasons. So you've got me. And i'm going to be your host for slama. Won't do that. The making of the real ghostbusters. Did you know what's slamma can. And cannot do has been very.
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"Sorry to make you. Got The four K. version of ghostbusters. Did get the BLU ray the thirtieth anniversary I. Make sure I got this from the state tell the truth the still. No in the states that came as at like a book, a proper book with both disks in, and that's the one on one. It's. Okay I'm sure that scenes on it. So, at the Ritz still stuff in the archives because I'm pretty sure that seems on the still book came to Blue Rain the four K., which also had the full Lord not no. Follow foot terming seen. We've Ray and Winston all. Yeah. Yeah. They put down as Israel. Didn't they? They did very surprised because that was a big selling point for that. Yeah. It was that blue rates and I'd love to see them clean not open artifacts or maybe somebody out outback cleaning open at effects because. To be an awful, all these clever people out could do specialist. And some don't and the film's Yeah I mean all the deep fakes for Solo of come out whether they've Harrison Ford's face on it. It is up I feel yeah. Yeah totally. Yeah. I didn't think that was a bad film to be honest I. Loved it absolutely loved you could tell they tampered with it quiet law. But. We'll see. It's Lucasfilm so eventually will get fat and twenty cups of him. Sure hike bill and Line of finally releasing the Snyder on my God Kobe for that Justice League. So yeah. That does well, I think our studios are GonNa Start Going Hey, we could do that too. That's the point. Do you reckon that's the now we're promised that ghostbusters afterlife is going to be released in March next year you think. With the release of Moulin. ALICEA DOT Mulan. Mulan on them on Disney plus but with A. Price ticket thirty dollars will fake quit or whatever. And Bernie mine they did. Well Not Disney plus puts. A universal. Did it with trolls? I. Think that that going to be testing the waters to see if this is legitimate way of gang film because bearing in mind balint heads coming out at the end of the month Yeah Bill Joel Release Isn't it? Yes. It's coming out some video on demand as well. So. You know. I. Could probably do with ghostbusters and then give the people I've choice of actually buying straight off the off the mark or go and see it at the cinema because you know to be. Not a lot of people do want to go to the cinema of the moment even though they say it's okay to go. where the money Not a lot of people want to I went almost man I went see and pastas back. Then that's all Muslims great. There was no there was nobody that with plane on their phones it was fantastic. That's the thing I really want to go to the cinema nowadays anyway before this apocalypse level virus hit. Yeah. Because every time I went out to have someone be me talking someone in front of me on the phone I'm just trying to watch a film I think lost when we went to see was probably. It check the to really I win did the long marathon whereas the first one in the second one and it was just I don't know if it was the Maricopa people just token throughout the entire thing. I don't want to this. Give it to me at home on my cinema system where it's just me and a composer to go for away. That's. On food. Well, when you think about it, I rich a lot people have got what sixty seventeen screens and their hd and the surround sound. You exactly. Tolman you. So yeah, I'm I'm. I I did say now I, WanNa, see it the cinema if they put it onto video demand. I watch it and Monica chance I'll go to the cinema and see the thing is as well as I'm. Sure with the same leave rivers GonNa go see it just wants that's right I'm gonNA say at least free times maybe the fourth time ago I'm just looking up in the left hand corner just to see if there's anything up there I have seen. Yeah that's. Yeah that's They're going to get my money one way or another yeah. Well, especially you with you drawer and. That's another ghost I could draw. That's it. You know munches already sneaking into my as. Oh. Yeah. He's in a few if you keep your eyes. But there's. Yeah. It's I think they might test it with Moebius because that's the. Big Ticket. Franchise movie pick if Moebius does well, they might go forwards of Ghostbusters, but we'll see. It'd be nice to see on the big screen but Sam out seats on the OD as well and on the big screen. But came back onto our work rigid. How do people get in contact we if they want to Submit for Europe were to become a ghostbuster pretty much if you got Richie crypt on Facebook, the actual page of the are. You can just sent me a message and then someone will click a button give you the process and everything is from there or if he wants really spacey you can. You can send a and I'll tell you how much it's GonNa cost also instagram Mr municipal transferring and so he's twelve they're both gave up for I will say like if you message me on my personal facebook. Page because I just get inundated. So, go there in order it's not just me pressing the buttons then someone else's on the as well..
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"See this podcast well, shop signs point of. WHO's a very good friend of mine. Thanks. Christian. Someone who has clearly. Some meaning and purpose. Relevance to. Those pastors? They're supposed to chapters. All over the world every state has a ghostbusters chapter with their own. Usually. novoe Slovo shape of the state fans dressed up running around showing up closes arriving in. Vehicle of their own construction. It's reminiscent of that first moment. I saw my ghostbusters come down the street for the first time Madison. You'll listening to ghost heads UK podcast. About. Kim. Welcome to go states UK podcast A. My name is Jamie and I'll be your host on this journey for Wolf Things Goose Buddhism more. So. How are you doing this? Now you'll cope in his great pandemic. It's twenty twenty rolls up. Well, I've been busy behind the scenes with various projects. You know the sole thing designing and plate system your friends, but I only went my real job. Let's. Plus I finally got my first car booty of the year. Picked picture some vintage star wars figures, and some vintage ghostbusters catch. That would make awesome facemasks, Talkin facemask I just go my official ghost heads on public which be rocking in the shops with and Youtube can get that many more designs from public, which helps me out a lot and keeps the lights on an awesome while you're on the web, why don't you drop me a big five star review on facebook or on I tunes, and I'll be internally grateful to you all that you. So once in today show, well, we have the latest sector news the. And the ghostbusters news. Then we take a deep dive into the Secret Society of the freemasons with Mike, Guest and founding member of the Masonic ghostbusters yen. Mason. Let's get going..
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"Pick those up. Otherwise follow us on facebook, instagram and twitter. All guys listen to stock and any as doing any social media place. The HASHTAG goes. As well to help spread the word about the film. Ruins absolutely fantastic, and we will be watching the Josh capping later. You know I don't know. If I can because if I if they tell the story that is, why didn't they tell us that? Don't yeah I am quite happy. The with with the film that we've got it was going to. Help it nor Larisa got, Bill Murray and. Don't anybody else going to be popping up to be wanted to get and. So I don't know maybe not. I think unexploded. Yeah! Sure be great because the good news was absolutely lost. That I enjoyed that on this platform was quite good bird. Watching out for an hour. Looks over the Rings, one either funny enough. See in one of the lunch. Yeah, I've seen a watch. Sandy Circus read the Hobbit, which was also really choice needs to read. That is on March. But anyway I don't know probably not. I probably could just waited Costa Wisconsin. by at some point unlike do I'll I'll see what other people say, but yeah, yes, I'm just watching the same. It's. Anybody Watch cleanup time in snack two hours. Just do warm up act. or a yeah well, thanks a lot, thank you. Franks for coming on. Please come back home when you've got to go to documentary all. Strangers we say it's an open door policy here goes. She'll take you up on that then. Brilliant absolutely thanks a lot guys CLA THEY! Take. Something strange. Will I hope you enjoyed part two of all its view with Anthony? I totally enjoyed it and there were fascinated sitole to and I hope they will come back on again. It'd be fantastic so big. Thank you, Anthony and clash. Now, aren't you remember from the last podcast? Some people have got copies of carrying of the Taryn member Gospels, but they're the ones that got him from Amazon. Now I got mine from savvy, and it took a hell of a long time, but it finding didn't know and it was fantastic. Well enjoyed it just the presentation of the disk is fantastic, so I'll be pointed link to the Amazon version in the show notes now I wanted to give a quick shots were very special, little boy. Some no and I sent out his rookie of the moment for little. which was printed out his moment dot and that was. Chaffey and he sent censor some photographs. So well done Zachary for becoming rookie of the months. Now you've got a would-be ghostbuster. The most become rookie of the month or a franchise or individual wants to counselor or Roko Mrs Wayne Eight today. If you franchise group or an independence while Goto. It's an event when that finally back. and. She sent me a recording of the name group. If you're in one and you can do this all on your phone and send it to me ghost at U. K.. At G. L. DOT COM. Remember you can show your look for the show on the ultra cool on the streets up the lockdown or at work with this official ghosts heads UK t shirt, and if you need a mask well with dome as well if you go to public confined mine, unique designs face masks as well also I choose the still the best place to download the show you. You that. Why don't you take some time in the? It's a five star review. It's the only way we can get more listeners on board. A move the charts. You make this shirt on. Say if you're going onto facebook. Why don't you leave us a review on? That's well bobby, fantastic and talking about social media. You can reach out to us on facebook twitter. INSTAGRAM. We all ask Ghost at U. K. and you can find me at Jamie disco all the scope and of course I can set so many times As ghost heads UK GM DOT COM and remember. We've also got our youtube channel now so hopefully I'll be priced.
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"Second the guts guys were the ghostbusters joining me. Today or two founding members of the Jazzy ghostbusters whose team just brought out the fantastic film for Gospel Stone. Woodley throne which you can. Now Watch on uchi right now but don't go yet or you will miss this chat with Chris. Green prop maker and owner spark is prop shop. Mock Miller welcome. Are you not too bad? Not Bad so stop Chris. So they've now people who listen to it can get to grips of. Who's who Chris tells a by yourself as you get into this my friend. I was nine years old. Nineteen Ninety four film. I came out. I was sucked. Up into the hype. Like all of us ghost heads where supposed I was one of the lucky ones seat premier and the local Odeon Cinema. I'm on the unseats. Seventy pay to get in at the time. It was so packed there. People selling an auditory and it just changed my life since two way through. And that's it goes as we'll be all over the mock rabbi So I was born two days. The floor ghostbusters came out. Nelson and said it was Chris. I grew up with it off soon. You Watch the films on time out. All the toys loved every moment of kind of grew out of it when gold. And then when the two thousand sixteen movie was announced and all the hype came back into ghostbusters again so Researching behind it and the found. Gbi Fans and went on and on but my goal beyond. Well He. I mean when you film came out so I called into it. That's when I started looking into pack and that's when I met mock both here the founding members of the jesuits this so when did that stop because you want if I remember rightly you are the most Sylvan and of the UK? Yeah yes that's right. Yeah smooth island just Below the UTA. We stopped just ghostbusters about three and a half years ago from the back end of the movie. Really all the hype from it. I started to build my own pack. Wong's and get uniform So they love research Nazi kinda how it was thought that the Jessica was just faithful crew sending with Bill. Montross building my pack. I met Chris for fans sauce the question of his anybody else in Jersey. He acknowledged that he was just starting to build his pack an while. We got the packs together uniforms. We call the uniforms reminds us of Saddam. We started defects shooting events and then more more members joined us which was lovely. We're up to eleven of US now. I WANNA go on a couple of all this. My brother-in-law's focus has title pitches doing events So yes he's A. He's a good little fruit. We've got going on. Everyone's really clean a passionate for which is lovely to say. Yeah and of course you've got lay who who made these fantastic little fantasy film the Gospel Star which I encouraged as many people as I can get to watch this film. It's got to be the most best one of seed in a long long time. And there's a film. Yeah Chris The joined us About a year ago he was building his attack and equals plays surgery caused by a so he had the uniform and obviously wants to use it and being jersey-based we want them on board of us So as another member joins yeah not not films very good film His poke talks have enough one. Shall we say I'll leave out believed to have conversation? Yes it was good. It was definitely the best Banfield Marcy in the very long time. It is a really really good and a youtube. Go into the echo on this year. We all plan to go all things. Considering the way things go around the world we hope seems will be available still but we all we all have to be there. So we've got tickets. Yeah yeah well. I've got my ticket boom. Fortunately it's the pandemic it's the Zombie apocalypse and all the toilet roll of gum. So we're thinking gone. Yeah I referred to as the Mexican kind over the same same thing as the babe. Yeah Yeah Yeah so hopefully. Hopefully 'cause averaged out to actor called and and they are actually saying that at the moment it's going still going ahead so hopefully please God less just hopefully because before got tickets and especially you guys. You've gotta get plane tickets. As well. Wrestling hotels. Books is booked lost year. So we're really waiting. Today's thrift whilst announce it ready recall ticket straight away. I think one of the first franchises to agree to becoming a Ban It was plugged survey on the posters for it in more more balanced. Join Twitter and of course you look at it now. Fifty six franchises mazing so fingers crossed the guys ahead. GONNA be awesome time the six of US Jazzy. Coming over four. So if it does get Get cancelled because of the powers that the world is mine and we sold out tickets. We'll just after Jolie. Yeah we kissed tool just meets. Open streets about genetics. Sixty seventy ghostbusters. All just walking around Scotland so so if the listeners don't mark is actually in his workshop talks live from his workshop. And he's from Sparky's props yeah yes. He's prop shop here. So this is before the reboot came out. You thought.
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"This is Dam from the Buffalo ghostbusters busters calling in to give you my trailer reaction and just while this trailer was even better than anything. I had imagined it was going to be it honestly. Looks like a much. Better story than the long rumored ghostbusters. hell-bent script from the nineties that that we all would have loved had it been made back then But I think the general audience and obviously the ghostbusters fan them with our love for Herald is is not only gonNa love but really needed a ghostbusters. Movie to have the kind of heart that it seems like this. One will have I've had faith in Jason's idea ever since hearing him. Speak at fan fest in this trailer. Just completely solidified that faith You know the cinematography talk graffiti. The music cues the voice over from Van. c'mon the shot of the guys from the eighties. This is really shaping up to be something special and I cannot wait for July. Hello Ghost heads. UK podcast ask and all your fans over there in the UK. This is Josh from the Massachusetts ghostbusters. Here in the United States it's Just watched the brand new trailer to ghostbusters afterlife. I am super excited about this new movie movie It is going to be everything that I think. The fans are yearning for I am happy with the cast and what I'm seeing in the trailer The facts look awesome in on par with what we're expecting And and also just to see the echo screaming down a street with a proton beam. Even if it's not in New York but in Oklahoma Homa It looks awesome so I am super excited. I hope there will be an opportunity for a bunch of ghostbuster fans to participate participate in some way to see this together.