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US Intellectual Property Office Grants Full Patent Approval for Rewarded Video by Verasity

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00:36 sec | 6 d ago

US Intellectual Property Office Grants Full Patent Approval for Rewarded Video by Verasity

"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. U.S. intellectual property office grants full patent approval for rewarded video by veracity. London, United Kingdom, November 23rd, 2022, chain wire veracity, and open ledger ecosystem designed to provide rewarded video services and prevent advertising fraud, announced today that it has received full patent approval for its rewarded video system and method in the United States with international priority. The patent approval represents veracity most significant milestone in protecting and

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Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes Gives Us a Google Update

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes Gives Us a Google Update

"Guys, delighted to welcome back to the podcast, our friend Devin Nunez, who served well almost 20 years in Congress at California's 21st and then 22nd congressional district. He is now the chief executive officer of Trump media and technology group running the Trump platform known as true social Devon welcome to the podcast great to have you as always I know that true social had been in a kind of ongoing tussle maybe is the right word with Google about making the platform widely available through Google, talk a little bit about where that is because I saw some news reports Google has banned true social and that's not true, is it? Well, finally, dinesh this is day ten of being fully open for every phone in America and the United Kingdom. So it was a long haul, but finally we were approved or in the Google Play Store. So most people either have an iPhone or they have an Android, and they happen to use the Google Play Store. So look, we're happy that Google finally approved us. And now it's just important for everyone that knows that it's been trying to get on true social if you have an Android, we're now open.

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Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

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

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Are We on the Precipice of a World War? Douglas Macgregor Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Are We on the Precipice of a World War? Douglas Macgregor Weighs In

"I'm afraid we're on the precipice of a potential World War. And no better person to help unpack all the confusion and uncertainty than the great colonel Douglas McGregor. Colonel welcome back to the program. Hi, Charlie. Thank you for joining us. I'm just going to ask a very simple question in your in your expert opinion who is responsible for the bombing of the pipeline. Well, the answer to that is that first of all, I don't know. I'm saying I don't know because I really don't have any concrete information to indict anybody. Now, if you step back from that and you look at the people in the world with the capability to do what was done to plant hundreds of pounds of TNT next to a very, very strongly built pipeline and blow it up, they're really hard for many people out there that could do it. It was definitely not the Russians. Let's be clear about that. The Russians simply derive 40% of their foreign capital from the pipeline. They're not going to blow it up. The Germans certainly did not because now the Germans have been robbed of the opportunity to make a decision about their own future. Because the Germans frankly are on the precipice of pulling out of this proxy war that were raising or running in Ukraine. So that leaves who, that leaves the United Kingdom, potentially the French, perhaps the United States, the polls, of course, are in there. At least willing co-conspirators. A lot of people are pointing at the United States. The polls have already said we did it. But you've got to be careful because frankly, the United States government has not admitted to it. In fact, the United States government is making the utterly ridiculous argument that directions did it to themselves, which makes no sense.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

"Clouds are breaking up and we're up to 71° in northwest. 74 and oxen hill and in Sterling, as temperatures head to the low 80s. It is 1141 Ukraine's counter offensive in the northeastern part of the country seemed to catch Russia by surprise in the nearly 7 month old war. The rapid and reportedly chaotic troop withdrawal in the harkey region with some weapons and ammunition ammunition left behind was a huge blow to Russian prestige. Its Russia's biggest military defeat in Ukraine since Moscow pulled back its forces from areas near Kyiv after a botched attempt to capture the capital early on in the invasion. So what's driving Ukraine's sweeping victories? There are two key factors. One of them is, of course, the military mastery and skill of the Ukrainian army Yuri sac, a special adviser to Ukraine's minister of defense, says international assistance is number two. The military support of our international partners and U.S. leading the way in this Russian soldiers are turning and running, stealing cars, bicycles, and even clothes to try to disguise themselves as they run away. Some of them have been caught. But Zach says Russian POWs won't be treated the way Ukrainians were. You know, we are civilized nation. We adhere to the international law. JJ green, WTO news. Cheering crowds have greeted King Charles in Northern Ireland on his tour of the four parts of the United Kingdom. Charles and his wife, Camilla, the queen consort, are accompanying the body of Queen Elizabeth. They greeted the crowds and in some cases used both hands to reach out to people, including children. Queen Elizabeth died last Thursday at the age of 96. For the second time now, a court case could force Alex Jones to pay millions to sandy hook shooting victims. This case began with 15 plaintiffs now a Connecticut jury will hear evidence to decide how much money conspiracy theorist Alex Jones should pay for spreading lies about the mass shooting relatives of 8 sandy hook school victims and an FBI agent who responded to the massacre are included, they say they've been confronted and harassed by Jones followers and have been subjected to death threats. Last month, a Texas jury ordered Jones to pay $50 million to the parents of one child who was killed in the attack that left 26 students and teachers dead. Steve kathan, CBS News. A look at some of the winners from last night's Emmy

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"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

"Carson Wentz. In fact, round of told him, you're going to have to win this and he did. The two interceptions not an offensive boss Scott Turner's game plan, but still, for the head coach Ron Rivera, sticking to the game plan, sticking to what we had worked on in practice and not trying to force anything to happen. The thing that I applaud Scott was, we still threw the ball in a moment where a lot of people thought, well, maybe they should be, they should be running it. Unless you're driving show of hands where your courage by Curtis Samuel caught 8 passes, 55 yards touchdown, also ran four times for 17 yards, going to be important in the offense. What a Monday night opener, he had Russell Wilson back in Seattle with the Broncos against his old team, and the Seahawks escape of the 1716 win. But it was on Brandon McManus was miss field goal from 64 yards. WTO is rob wood for. Okay, let me get this straight Denver. You give up a record hall of picks and players to get Russell Wilson, then in his very first game. In his old stomping grounds, M prime time with the game on the line, you try a 64 yard field goal with Brandon McManus. Maybe the Broncos should have given all those picks to Baltimore for Justin Tucker instead. On Twitter Anthony Joshua has accepted the terms presented by Tyson Fury for a fury for about on December 3rd. They could not wait. Nebraska fired head football coach Scott frost, triggering a $15 million buyout. Now Nebraska just waited a few more days, October 1st, the buyout would have only been 7 and a half $1 million. But get out of here. And here's 15 million. Dave Johnson, number TLP sports. The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO, prices are still rising from any items, however sharply lower prices for gas and used cars slowed inflation in August for second straight month. Consumer prices surged 8.3% in August compared with a year earlier down from an 8 and a half percent Trump in July and a four decade high of 9.1% in June. King Charles is in Northern Ireland today to accompany his mother's coffin. It's the last leg of the tour of nations for people in the United Kingdom to pay their respects to the late queen who died last Thursday at the age of 96. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. The 74th annual Emmy Awards occurred last night in Los Angeles. So which TV shows were crowned the best dramas on TV. Emmy Emmy goes to Succession. HBO's Succession won best TV drama for the second time in three years. Big week for successions, new king in the UK, evidently a little bit more voting involved in our winning lead young J one best actor for the South Korean thriller Squid Game on Netflix. Thank you, squeeze the game teams. I'm talking. And Zendaya won again for euphoria, making her the

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Calvin Robinson: King Charles III Has to Be Apolitical

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Calvin Robinson: King Charles III Has to Be Apolitical

"I followed you for so long You have such a great moments in these video channels where you just take it to these people on the left trying to steal away our civil liberties But before we get to that though obviously a close follower of everything going on in the United Kingdom a lot going on right now between Liz truss and the death of the queen which even though she was 96 I have to be honest with your father caught me off guard I didn't see that coming But now we have King Charles the third He is the queen I think we can all agree was very adept at navigating the perils of a monarchy in keeping PR on her side You need that is King Charles going to be that good at this father I mean he's been very very political over the years I know this is my major concern Prince Charles was a big political figure spent a lot of time in Davos He had a massive green agenda however as King Charles the third I think he understands and appreciates that he has to be apolitical He did make a note in his opening speech that pretty much said that We're all hoping and praying that he's going to leave behind the net zero stuff and the WEF friends of his and focus on being that glue that constitutional monarchy that holds the country together rather than peddling politics

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"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories we're following for you today. Britain's got a new king and it's official. CBS News special report broadcast around the world for the first time the formal proclamation of the new king of the United Kingdom and reported for us by BBC royal correspondent Nicholas witchell watched by the heir to the throne, Prince William, Prince of Wales and Camilla the queen consort, he signed the oath, Charles R, Charles Rex, king. Hooray. Hit that. Affirming and proclaiming the reign of Charles the third to all corners of his kingdom. And on the new king's agenda now. King Charles is expected to travel to Edinburgh on Monday. He'll join a procession carrying the queen's coffin to saint Giles cathedral, where it will lie and rest for 24 hours before being flown here to London on Tuesday. Correspondent roxanna so Barry, the late queen's funeral, is set for September 19th with President Biden expected to be among those attending CBS News special report. I'm Tom Forti. 30 years ago, the queen paid a visit to southeast D.C., author and columnist Paul brandis told us what he remembers about it. You're not supposed to touch the queen unless she offers her hand, but a lady named Alice Frazier, she didn't know that. Frasier was this lovely, friendly woman. She throws her arms around the queen and his warm welcoming hug. There's a photo showing that moment the queen with the smile on her face. She did not hug back, but she was very gracious about it. Okay. You can learn more about the queen's visits to our area on WTO P dot com. Moving on now, proposals submitted by both sides comes after a federal judge ordered a special master be appointed in the Mar-a-Lago probe, the Justice Department and former president Trump's legal team have proposed candidates to serve as an independent arbiter in the investigation into documents found in an FBI search of Mar-a-Lago. The Justice Department has submitted the names of two retired judges, Barbara Jones and Thomas Griffith. The Trump team proposed one retired judge, Raymond dearie, and prominent Florida lawyer, Paul huck junior. Both sides disagree on the scope of duties to be performed by the so called special master. Jennifer Kuiper CBS News. An Illinois man pleading guilty Friday to felony charges for assaulting a law enforcement officer and assaulting a member of the media during the attack on the capitol on January 6th. According to court documents, Shane Jason Woods was among those illegally on the capitol grounds, joining a mob in the lower west terrace area. After someone sprayed an officer with a chemical irritant, the officer gave chase, that's when Woods rammed into the officer knocking her down into a barricade, the 44 year old will be sentenced next year. The man accused of driving into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin last year, killing 6 people. He's now withdrawn his insanity plea, Daryl Brooks is facing nearly 80 charges. His trial is in less than a month, the 40 year old from Milwaukee was in court Friday. He didn't offer any explanation for why he changed his plea, other than saying he has his own reasons. Tropical storm K dumping much needed rain and helping Cal fire crews get a better handle on the fear view fire in Southern California. It's the state's largest kcals Jeff Newman with the latest

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Charles the third is now officially king of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. He was proclaimed ruler of the United Kingdom in a televised ceremony this morning in London and took an oath for the church of Scotland. Charles then signed a former proclamation that made it official several former British prime ministers were in the front row to witness the ceremony. Britain is observing ten days of mourning following Thursday's death of Queen Elizabeth at the age of 96, and William Kate Harry and Meghan greeted a crowd of hundreds outside Windsor Castle today. President Biden will join other world leaders and attending the queen's funeral Buckingham Palace confirms the service will take place Monday, September 19th. Ceremonies tomorrow will mark the anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on American soil, Brad Siegel has more. President Biden will speak at The Pentagon Sunday morning on the 21st anniversary of the 9 11 terror attacks. He'll be joined by defense secretary Lloyd Austin and joint chiefs chairman Mark milley. First Lady Joe Biden will deliver remarks at the flight 93 national memorial observance in shanksville, Pennsylvania. Vice president Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff will attend the ceremony at the national September 11th memorial in New York City. I'm Brad Siegel. The Memphis mother who was abducted and killed is being laid to rest today, hundreds gathered for Eliza Fletcher's funeral this morning, police say she was abducted while on a run last week and found dead a few days later, local running groups honored Fletcher yesterday by completing the run, she didn't finish. Thousands of people are evacuating in Northern California as a wildfire rages out of control in the mountains near Sacramento, the San Francisco Chronicle says the mosquito fire has more than doubled in size since Thursday night and has destroyed nearly 30,000 acres. The blaze burned buildings in the mountain town of volcano veil and is threatening thousands of other structures nearly 6000 people had to be evacuated from the area. California governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency and placer and El Dorado counties to help fight the fire. A number of British music stars are honoring their late Queen. Michael castner has more

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 UK watches to see if king departs from mother's traditions

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 2 months ago

UK watches to see if king departs from mother's traditions

"King Charles the third of Britain has been officially proclaimed king in the ceremony steeped in ancient tradition and for the first time broadcast live The Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is solely and rightfully come to the Prince Charles Philip Arthur George On the balcony of Saint James's palace David weitz the garter king of arms read out the proclamation to the British public that Charles formerly the Prince of Wales had now officially become king Moments earlier within the palace King Charles the third took part in the accession ceremony I am deeply aware of this great inheritance and the duties and heavy responsibilities of sovereignty which have now passed to me Charles automatically became king when his mother Queen Elizabeth II died However the accession ceremony is a key constitutional and ceremonial step in introducing the new monarch to the country Karen Chammas

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"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on WTOP

"And dean lane. Welcome in. Britain's new king meets this week with UK's new prime minister. And addresses the nation for the first time since the passing of his mom. King Charles the third spending much of his 73 years preparing for this role, taking this their own in an era of uncertainty for both his country and the monarchy itself. This morning, Margaret Brennan faced the nation moderator and CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent on the impacts of the queen's death this week. The queen and now the king are officially heads of state. They are in a ceremonial role and not in the role of a monarch say in Saudi Arabia or Jordan where they actually govern and control the government. So no, but there is that soft power there is that influence and there is that ability domestically to help be a unifying person or entity to rally around since the monarchy has tried and been deliberately structured in modern Britain to stay out of politics. The queen didn't issue opinions in public and if she did intervene in politics, it was just often bridge some awkward moments such as there are a lot of Trump aides, for example, who point to how important it was to the former president during his visit to the UK at a very awkward moment to have the queen reach out and welcome the Trump family to the palace and that that meant something to taking the rough edges off of that. So there is some utility, but there's no formal power. Right, so Charles has been much more involved in politics. How is that going to change the relationship or will it? We'll see how King Charles the third wields his influence, I think he is known for his interests in climate change and environmental issues, organic farming, those interest areas for him, but he doesn't have the popularity. If you look at polling, that the former queen did in her 70 years on the throne and all the experience she had in that role and her relationship with the series of prime ministers she worked with. But we'll have to wait and see the monarchy has not been as popular for a number of years each year in the UK. It seems there's a debate over reducing public financing and funding for the royal family, the country of Barbados recently withdrew from the Commonwealth. The actual scope of the kingdom, so to speak, is also changing. You have an independence movement in Scotland once again. You still have this ugly argument within the EU about the UK formally leaving and how that will affect Northern Ireland. So the United Kingdom is in a difficult moment and that's primarily the job of the prime minister, Liz truss, who's just taken on the role to deal with. It is definitely difficult moment in Europe in the UK as they deal with energy crises. And economic crises and identity

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The World Mournes the Loss of Queen Elizabeth II

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 2 months ago

The World Mournes the Loss of Queen Elizabeth II

"Condolences to our Canadian listeners on the loss of their monarch and to our Commonwealth, listeners around the world, especially those in the United Kingdom. Winston Churchill marking the death of king George VI and the accession of Queen Elizabeth II just now. Let's go to Liz truss at ten downing yesterday. The prime minister of Great Britain, who had two days earlier, kissed hands with the queens and become her 15th prime minister cut number one. They're all devastated by the news that we have just heard from balmoral. The death of her majesty, the queen, is a huge shock to the nation, and to the world. Queen Elizabeth II was The Rock on which modern Britain was built. Our country has grown and flourished under her reign. Britain is the great country it is today because of her. She ascended the throne just after the Second World War. She championed the development of the Commonwealth from a small group of 7 countries to a family of 56 nations, spanning every continent of the world.

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Nigel Farage on the Election of a New Prime Minister in the UK

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Nigel Farage on the Election of a New Prime Minister in the UK

"One of the great patriots of the west is with us right now, Nigel Farage to discuss the new prime minister of the United Kingdom, of which I know nothing about so he'll educate all of us. Nigel, welcome back to the program. Johnny, very good to see you. And by the way, if you don't know anything about this, trust, you're not on your own. The British public until a few weeks ago, you very little about to arrive. She's been a cabinet minister for 8 years. How would a range of quite important jobs, but she's literally appeared out of left field, this is now the fourth conservative prime minister in 6 years, which tells you two things. Number one, the party is a complete shambles. Number two, the British system needs modernizing and updating. And let's see today was her real debut in the House of Commons, the famous prime minister's questions, which people all over the world watch. It's a gladiatorial sporting contest. I have to say, if I'm being honest, I was pleasantly surprised. She defended the concept of low taxes of hard work being rewarded. She said we can't tax our way to growth. And there was an echo in my mind from what I was in my mid 20s. The last conservative leader that spoke like that was Margaret Thatcher. It could be. Despite 12 years of so called conservative rule in Britain, truth is we've had 12 years of social democracy in Britain, maybe inexperienced though she is, maybe we finally actually got a conservative that believes in free markets, believes in the profit motive. It was, I think, to be fair, a good start.

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British regulator authorize Moderna's updated COVID booster

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

British regulator authorize Moderna's updated COVID booster

"British regulators are the first to okay the use of Moderna's updated COVID vaccine The United Kingdom's medicines and healthcare regulatory agency says it has given the green light to a double action adult booster shot a so called bivalent vaccine by Moderna that protects against both the original version of the COVID-19 virus and the BA one omicron variant Regulators described it as a sharpened tool in our armory as the virus continues to evolve and says the mild side effects were similar to the original Moderna vaccine In the U.S. regulators are telling vaccine makers any booster shots adapted for this autumn must include protection against V8 four and BA 5 That's the omicron variant the World Health Organization says is driving the latest global surge I'm Jennifer King

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What Is NATO?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 4 months ago

What Is NATO?

"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.

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Who Will Be the Next UK Prime Minister

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Who Will Be the Next UK Prime Minister

"I do cover the United Kingdom prime minister. As you know, Boris Johnson has been forced to resign and announce his resignation. He's a caretaker prime minister. The 300 and 30 odd members of parliament who are conservatives will pick the next prime minister for 5 rounds. They've got 6. They started with 8. They dropped two off yesterday. They had another round of voting today. Dropped off in the lowest vote better than the lowest vote getter. Then they're left with two and those two people go to the 200,000. Here are the 6 finalists, penny, more daunt, they say it was penny more done. Well, you wouldn't know. You don't follow British politics. Her odds are four to 6. Those are very good odds. She is the clear favorite. A woman is rankings in recent leadership poll far out strut our public profile. The trade minister has consistently pulled is one of the top choices among Tory party members. In recent weeks, despite her relative lack of top level experience. Corelli and her 8th ministerial job, she was international development secretary for two years, and was made the first female defense secretary by Theresa May before mister Johnson replaced

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What's Next for the UK After Johnson Resignation?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 5 months ago

What's Next for the UK After Johnson Resignation?

"No, mister secretary, you spent some time in the United Kingdom in the run up to the announcement by prime minister Johnson that he will be standing down. And the launch of the UK leadership election. Now, the prime minister of the United Kingdom matters a great deal to the United States. And you've known a lot of their foreign secretaries, your counterpart when you're at the CIA at M 6. You know, a lot of these people, what do you make of the needs of Great Britain in their next prime minister? Toughness resolve. Candor. Most of all candor to the people of the United Kingdom telling them that this is a tough honorary world out there that they are an important player. And now that they are no longer part of Europe, they need to step up and continue the kind of leadership that they had when president Reagan and Margaret Thatcher and Pope John Paul two worked so closely together. I was there. I was in London for a three or four days. Just before prime minister Johnson stepped down. And I saw a great generation of next conservative leaders from Tory party. Not every Tory is a conservative, but every conservative is a Tory and I think they will find a good leader who moves the country forward in a way that engages in the world economically and lets lending continue to be a massive, important, massively important financial center, but provides a level of understanding for other European nations about this is the way forward.

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Layah Heilpern: The Digital Space Now Has Value

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Layah Heilpern: The Digital Space Now Has Value

"But how do you respond to critics who say with Bitcoin specifically I get the other crypto as some of them are just pumping down some But how do you respond to Bitcoin people like Peter Schiff who say you're not really buying anything It's not backed by anything What do you say to that Yeah it's an interesting idea But I think what I say to that is it's such an old fashioned mindset unfortunately And I can understand why somebody likes Peter Schiff can't understand that because they don't think it's anything because they can't so that you see it It's not something which is physically tangible right But you and I connected through social media through Twitter that's not something physically tangible but ultimately this digital space now suddenly has values So I think we can all agree that we are ultimately moving forward into a digital space whether it's the metaverse whether it's more social media is going we are inevitably going that way And so we need a form of money which adopts to that new world that we're moving into It is inevitable And what I would say Bitcoin is backed by is the fundamental value is backed by the physical map and code that supports the network You have minor physical miners tangible things all over the world whether it's Kazakhstan Russia Texas the United Kingdom wherever it is You have difficult machinery which literally confirms every single transaction that's ever happened And so it's like saying to your grandparent you know I tried to explain to my grandparents what do I do Oh you know I do social media stuff They don't get that because to them social media what is that Is this irrelevant nonexistent world And so it doesn't surprise me that Peter doesn't get it But Peter did just tweet something actually recently about how his bank and his funds have been frozen or something like that and he can't move his money around and what would help him not gold but Bitcoin So there's the fundamental value

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Biden Boosts US Troops in Europe Because of Russia's War in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Biden Boosts US Troops in Europe Because of Russia's War in Ukraine

"From the Financial Times, U.S. to boost military presence in Europe as NATO's strengthens defenses. 5000 additional troops to Romania to squadrons of U.S. fighter aircraft after a U.S. F-35s will be in the United Kingdom. These are good moves. The deal is there's no money in the budget for them. Joe Biden gave no additional money. There's a real cut in the Biden budget, but we're looking forward to the Senate in the house agreeing to fund the Department of Defense so that we can actually do this, rebuild the supplies of the weaponry that has gone to Ukraine rightly, but it is up to you to elect Republicans at every level if you want the defend not only Europe but yourself. From China and

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Dr. Ryan Cole on the FDA's Push for COVID Shots for Kids

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Ryan Cole on the FDA's Push for COVID Shots for Kids

"We are not going to take our eye off the ball. We are living in a biomedical fascist moment. And I'm afraid that if we focus too much just on the politics of the day, the bad guys are going to get some things into permanent policy that will make our country less free and hurt your children and grandchildren. With us right now is doctor Cole had the great opportunity getting to know him on a couple episodes of the Charlie Kirk show. Really enjoy his commentary very wise individual and doctor Ryan Cole is with us. Doctor, welcome back to the program. Charlie, great to be with you again. Thank you. So I want to ask you, you know, as we're talking right now, the FDA is on the cusp of approving vaccines for babies and toddlers 6 months through four years old. They might have already approved it, but for my understanding, they haven't yet. If the FDA was on lunch break, tuning into our show, which is highly unlikely, but what would your message be to them and more broadly, what would the message be to our audience when it comes to the FDA's seemingly inevitable approval of vaccines 6 month or four years old? My message would be stop it. This is nothing short of a criminal act. There's no evidence that these children need this shot. This shot is experimental. This shot is a gene based product. It's not a vaccine. We have sufficient data to show that it's unsafe and humanity, the world council for health, Tesla Lowry's group out of bath, the United Kingdom has shown through pharmacovigilance data that these shots are harmful and should be withdrawn from the market. There has not been a single child in the United States since omicron came along in the age groups they're looking at today that has died from

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12 of Biden's 13 Proposed WHO Amendments Have Failed

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 6 months ago

12 of Biden's 13 Proposed WHO Amendments Have Failed

"But 12 out of 13 of the proposed amendments at the world health assembly have failed. The Biden administration was going to Geneva Switzerland, and they proposed 13 amendments. Many of whom would have allowed digital passports, they would have allowed all of these, you know, the new kind of pandemic treaty regime and it failed 12 out of 13 of the most extreme and radical measures because of such dramatic and overwhelming backlash. So the WHO has now withdrawn 12 of Biden's sovereignty amendments amid fierce opposition. I'm reading from dot com. Amid charges of seeding U.S. sovereignty in the World Health Organization, 12 of the 13 amendments submitted by the Biden administration for a vote in the world health assembly this week in Geneva, have been removed from consideration. The amendments were publicized only last month, and it was advocacy of the independent researcher James ragus that alerted the public to the implications for the U.S. sovereignty, prompting a ground swell popular opposition, largely in the past week. Ragusa has been monitoring the world health assembly proceedings, which began Sunday, said the withdrawal appears to be the result of quote the massive response from people all over the world in opposition to the amendments to the international health regulations along with legal actions in the United Kingdom, along with the fact that the amendments can be resubmitted in the future and the World Health Organization's ultimate objective is for the leading nations to sign a global pandemic

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Like Country, Like City: Failing Under the Left's Control

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | 6 months ago

Like Country, Like City: Failing Under the Left's Control

"Can you give me an example of a city that is implemented The full boat liberal agenda That has just prospered and flowered I mean where you have full monopolistic control and you haven't been stopped San Francisco New York you were stopped They got two terms of Giuliani It's since been on even Bloomberg outside of the gun control stuff was relatively reasonable on the economic stuff Before he went crazy with all the gun confiscation nonsense so New York it was the cycle was broken and we got de Blasio and it all went back again but they haven't managed to destroy the whole thing yet But what they've had monopolistic control everywhere You look at these countries they fall apart these country states and cities like San Francisco and I brought up countries because Chile just elected a communist This is a relatively prosperous South American country that in a matter of weeks and months has managed to almost completely fall apart You've got this guy in Mexico Amlo as well The destruction wrought by these people is just incredible Like you don't have a single example you can produce of success yet we have a ton of them Texas Florida Ronald Reagan's years in office I mean Margaret Thatcher's revitalization of the United Kingdom's economy our examples are all over I can see here all day

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John O'Neill: Putin Has an Assassination Group

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 7 months ago

John O'Neill: Putin Has an Assassination Group

"John you were saying Putin has an assassination group correct He does And the way they were caught they used a poison in England on a group called the scruples and idiotically these guys showed up on videotape I mean on a you know on a video And so they have Facebook entry smart And they actually call them on Facebook They track them back then to 14 different murders in the United Kingdom alone And they've been murdering people all over Russia and in other places In the last 7 weeks 6 different oligos have olive gardens that were over a half billion piece have all supposedly committed suicide Usually killing their families Oh so wait a minute He's knocking off oligarchs as we speak You're saying There was a family that Proto sanyas in Spain they found him home They found his child and his wife both chopped to death with an axe Everybody says that he loved his wife and child He called his daughter princess That was done to give a message all the other people in Russia while being deniable to give a message that if you oppose me I will not only kill you I will kill your little children And so you're dealing with a monster and Putin A cold blooded heartless killer just exactly like

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick check on some of the stats than the dead And I think the savagery warning I mean look at the start of the week Boris Johnson warned in the United Kingdom that there was going to be a wave a massive wave inviting people to work from home Sox different people in London telling their staff to work from home Now we've got this latest line use of overnight and inevitability of the UK health adviser saying that the surge in admissions is nailed on And this is this is the critical point This is about the break points in health systems The new COVID-19 strain is proving phenomenal and moving at a phenomenal pace according to Chris witty He's the man that stands up every night at home in the UK and gives the briefing or certainly did through the west of the pandemic But again it's all about the booster shot rollout and the vaccine coverage user Yeah that's what we're looking at here in terms of the percentage of population that will receive at least two doses This is a stark assessment And it means that the threat posed by immigrant comes on the day where we've seen these record number of cases It's going to raise further questions about the kind of steps that this government in the United Kingdom has been taking to tackle the variant And what did the national health service can withstand the surge that we've seen in infections It's a major blow There's also no doubt about that to this administration and the lack of support is something that's going to have longer term impact as well for mister Jones There's additional restrictions coming in South Korea limiting gatherings You've got Canada and vising residents there to avoid non-essential travel So again you're at record infections in the UK We'll discuss through the next 30 minutes on day rate Middle East This is Bloomberg.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"Approach are so i grew. Ecology is also the firm methodologies technologies as with low technology so agri-forestry plant more trees and so have animals grazing all Pre-trading so crops. In between so don't wait can with whatever soil type you have and temperature and climate conditions. So i concert will. Oh grow pumpkins. if you don't have the conditions for that which is why you need to observe and learn from someone who has been in it and it is about in more in tune with nature and not trying to control it. So these the brilliant japanese farmer and i'm not even going to try to pronounce main because butcher it but one straw revolution go re dot us an amazing book as farm in whilst black by leo panama. An so they so many resources out there I would say grow what you want to eat. I mean okay as Exactly grew gams all clunton. Those are things that we would have to import and we should be imported them in a way. That's fe and just the those fhima's and that doesn't happen right now in trade policy. I'm over spot of food. Sovereignty among we shouldn't be buying any seed right. We should be buying lou open. Pollinated team flavonols steed. Sharon within all communities. I'm calling all save every plant and every food. Prompt will grow in the need to concentrate on. Maybe we'll know to share with you neighbor. I'm you'll both shave club thing. Different view fallen is about community. It really is it really is. It makes so much sense when you were saying. You can't go all the food that you need. I mean it's just not possible. That's why like a co op is really the way to go. And i was think farming is a lot of hard work and you don't wanna be doing it alone and so i think that's why it's important to have community your knowledge roy moore. Pumpkins didn't grow. Are you having the same problem. I but also farmers Our good clients while we know how to polity especially when we have good causes even bad hall. This would fruits and veggies. Make it party in your eyes play. Bagio malibu spinach amaranth which growth evil leave saw state and i would say tomatoes. I just love freshly picked. Tomatoes of the Tastes yes entire time. You're talking about fresh vegetables. Like tomatoes are good. Ucs but aren't tomatoes considered fruits technically. Yes they are a lot of things. We technically for fruits. Well this has been really insightful conversation and it's sort of like a compliment to a previous conversation. I had with two food justice activists from east africa. One is susan. Mkhatshwa from uganda and the other one is leonida odongo from kenya and a lot of things that you have referenced. Such as how trade negatively impact smallholder farmers the importance of being able to share a seed to hold seed and one of the things that are they talked about was the importance of women in agriculture has been heavily overlooked. They often don't get a seat at the table even though they're the ones who are cultivating the land. They're the ones who are putting the labor into the land and traditionally women were the seat holders but now because of big corporations. It's and so many other reasons. Now it's kinda like in the man's hands and guess like you do some work on an international scale. I guess and so what are some of your thoughts or what. Some of the work that you're doing around like food justice issues internationally. Okay so i'm the right. To food and nutrition asked both here in the uk and into nationally because so many countries have signed on to about cuban. Mike is one of the basic human right so the us has never signed up to the uk has but we don't have it in lowell. So as part of the global network on a a food and nutrition we support countries in terms of looking at violations looking at the stay of food in the world so deep dive into countries and issues and right so food also includes all the of all right so i'll just thought Some with with the civil society mechanism on agenda equity in terms of food and nutrition and prominence systems. So yeah really soft. That i essentially didn't know about but saddening to learn about it at the same time but also grateful that there are people like yourselves susan nie-nieto and many many others who are fighting for for these women farmers to get a seat at the table and hope that can change. Not just women follows the women who work in food as well. Because women on workers in africa women are can processes than it's fighting for the rights of women and children as well so many children enslaved within the system particularly in banana production in cocoa production and lots of crops. And as right now a child has a right to live a life and everyone has a right to live a dignified life and not be hungry and to have a roof over their head. Yes so many troubles in this world.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"And someone's back up but it takes more than two feed or community right so community from on the edges of london. How many people families do you provide for pre covet nineteen. We were supported and say about fifty families of the hundred people will also food insecurity now with supported in probably about three hundred households. a week. We up to twelve hundred people a week and that number is going up. Where are you getting the food from. Is there enough food. we buy We take food from all of the industrialized charitable food complex. Which is why we say we have to fall. We have to take control of the supply chain rate because right all the uk is like emits of a perfect storm so because of brexit we don't have workers and even that is an issue to me a legacy of the colonial plantation system that we still need people from elsewhere to commend with compounds. So we have no lorry-drivers to bring food from the Experiencing shortages on shelves from her salas taras which makes a lot of food unaffordable because additional tax on food. Yeah and it particularly applies the a lot of food that's coming from africa. Caribbean and south america plow about was a food than slave people. The breadfruit which was brought to the caribbean solf america by the british was free. Most people had a tree on their plots. Are something like that. Cost almost twenty pounds. I so slight will leave. Issues plus we have a shortage of natural gas. Co two cass art. Which is used in the food industry not enough farmers. We don't have any food security in the uk we produce probably about half on. Yes this we know. Ninety eight percent of all fruits come from you so we have to be producing more food and within and industrial food system. That means we'll put in lots of chemicals and fertilizers and using chemicals to get rid of. We done insects herbicides. On all this stuff. I it needs to be algorithm Agroecology is based on private tea and wiccan with nature and following our foot use ancestral knowledge. Yes so you mentioned that we just need to become self sufficient in our own food production and we can't rely on government to do that for us in the work that you're doing with the food bank and the policy work. Is there some element of training families or creative workshops or other ideas that you have to build that kind of like capacity of self sufficiency in these families are think we can't ever be one hundred percent petition which is why i'm always so About cooperative and community so solutions we meet each of us so one personal one family could produce through themselves but we all trade anomaly because alliance with training. People were mentor. People also believe in into generational. Learning as i said a long island was from my father and grandmother and other elders in the community. And i hope okay quite an elder yet but as a auntie on pops in my knowledge as well be in common and culture but also in terms of policy advocacy your wisdom holder from my perspective and three the hoof. You have quite a challenge that you've chosen here. I i do it with a i do it from a place of all because for me it is about love for people unloved for planet love for children and the people and wanted them to inherit a will. That's better than one we have right. Yes i don't know if. I am an optimist. But i'd like to be hopeful that we can if not reverse halt the damage the destruction we have caused and either revive or create. I don't know what it is but just echoing use said in terms of leaving the world better than what we had so for our listeners out there who are contemplating growing their own food. What advice would you give them. Where can we start the university of youtube amazing bristles jeff. Forget will be over so much information. They i would say. Find a community garden as well so that you learn with and from others and no matter where you on will in can find someone elbow or someone to mentally here in the us. We have extension programs and they usually like agricultural extension programs that are affiliated with universities. And often they have quite a lot of resources in terms of what kind of local plants to have in your garden and trees and they also do give advice on how to grow vegetables depending on which extension office it is. I'm just curious. What's your approach to to farming. As far as your work in increasing food security goes and you did mention agroecology like what kind of specific plants i mean. Our.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"That for specific jobs quite a lot of jobs within hospitality within the private sector so alana part time jobs lights out and especially in london yet on then people on minimum wages of heart. Remember how much it is but you can't live on it offensive Seven pounds eighty five or something and then we have what we call london living wage or national living wage in london it but eleven pounds eleven almost tall pounds. You still cannot live on that so need real living wages. It sounds like the us. I don't wanna like over. Simplify or make unfair comparison but a sounds very similar because our is very very similar. I mean i just thought like and this is my Misconception of london. Oh the uk europe you have like universal healthcare and you have better policies or maternal leave and paternal leave in. I would just expect that. The minimum wage would be way higher because like seven. Pounds is almost like eight dollars. Or yeah muffing semi thing i would say the uk postie makers are copying the us so even though we have universal healthcare about literally need investment at literally is struggling. I remember being in hospital a couple years local and so they had to push my bed in between bed because literally wasn't enough space on a hat to be on that particular unit. Oh my gosh. I am nurses on the fade on overworked. Doctors underpaid and overweight. Well i realized. I've been saying wow a lot in this congress. Each like floored. I mean there's so many conversations about we can have i described earlier. This is violence. This is the violence. Because the impacts those people who are marginalized Impacts women elderly people children black people of color the most and refugees and asylum-seekers bright who actually have no access to anything. I they call it. No recourse to public funds hearing on the radio that now the uk's receiving quite a few number of afghan refugees up same time having a policy where two people away in the middle of the ocean And being so really hard line we've had the when russ scandal so that's generation of my parents. Who came here so in fifties Sixteen and they came as british subjects. Citizens Nal lost a bright. Just because they can't produce a pulse boto and people have died people being repatriated countries. They haven't lived. Forty fifty is yes. I i watched a piece on that. And i was shocked. How does this happen. Where i mean trinidad and tobago was a british colony. And so how can you unclaimed that. Yeah exactly and so. All these from the issues are on structural racism. The patriarchy able ism username. it that impacts people on impacts on the ability to actors food answer. Ito healthy nutritious mine. So what are some of the initiatives that you're involved in to increase food access to all but also especially the marginalized communities. Okay farben comes in a big believer in food sovereignty with people in communities. Have the right to be cited holiday gore food with a girl lift food what they want to eat while also ensuring people have right livelihood so part of my work is with a farmer's union memoirs 'cause alliance who are the uk member la via campesina and avia campesina is probably the biggest farmers union and farmers union all peasants represents many voiceless people so urban poll young people women pharma's people working on the land and some with during on what we call community food resilient. So we're connected pharma's with low income communities to would together to supply food the project. I run in london. Danville community kitchen on run that way day. A friend of mine leads the boston with doing something similar but taken a step civil so one things we started. It is a solid darting. Veg box scheme and we would inspired by. Us models crime washington momma k solidify from leah panama and so a change facts and adopted it for the uk. London context and i that included having culturally appropriate food. Because almost half a london is from Background and largely african caribbean and asian. So that was very important for that. We could supply food that meant people's cultural and diatribe need so we have a patchwork fon because we're in a highly urbanized of london. And a patrick means joe grin on small plots of land so will across to community centers one allotments on a house interstate on a school.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"They have their natural foods because trees and plants on the flora don't exist in isolation i guess so bio-diversity yeah so. How long did you live in trinidad for slow. I spent by formative. You've lived there for thirteen years. Five spent most of my life in the uk so born in london. And i still live in london to get to go back home. Yes i do. That's nice haven't been They pandemic hell taiba because Voters and a system of a Enter that ironic. That's interesting so well. Let's not go down that rabbit. He'll immigration interests me rob it who of borders citizenship. I mean it's another environmental issue in itself because those borders nature doesn't recognize those but those are manmade borders said send those policies anyways. So how did your experiences of foraging and cultivating the land experiencing nature in that intimate way. Then kind of like follow you as you grew up in the uk. May it became a foundation. So first thing i did. When i moved back to london i bought myself some compost than putting them wherever night had to grow some of my own food. Even moon lands Lingering in me the you go outside and you pick your friendships all you go pick your tomatoes and so literally is in my blood and way of being. That's really cool so these days. You're very much involved in promoting advancing food justice. So how has that Come to become the center of fuel. Work okay folks. Most of my youth. Kosei because i am fifty five so of live quite full life. I would send commute. T- developments ended so euphemistic dabbled in fashion for a bit totally hated it now because some of those environmental issues and it was me actually become ill and experiences in some of those violence from states out meant. I couldn't afford to buy food. And i have two young children and bravo then tune into food bank. I saw a went to my community and said will. Can we do together as a community. Because i knew i wasn't alone. Though of a women with children who were experiencing similar and we it a community garden and sort of growing food and sharing experiences of people from different parts of bills and a couple years later we saw it a community kitchen cold grenville community kitchen because for me. It wasn't enough bad. We just grow food. Antique people grew sudan composed by people needed to know how to cook food because these skills are being lost in on society and we just gone from the for me it was like peeling back layers of an so once. I got into that world and recognize on a minute wycombe. this wycombe. I access land. I started looking into policy. And i don't have an academic background. I don't have a policy background. I was just someone who was concerned with paul top down. Decisions affected our lives and met with some people and restore working on policy proposals while. So what kind of policy proposals were you working on. Immensely wave of a community organizations. We saw a preempted the strategic plan for london so every ten years london has a strategic plan based on hell found environment housing on those sorts of things so we preempted that with a new man coming in and produced this social compact and then started lobbying. The difference politicians from the firm poppies. Then eventually i applied to be on the london based on not what were the nature of the policies. What were you asking for. So i would specifically on housing and environment and this is one of my bug says that food is shoved into environment and we saw a provided policies on procurements. Halden city will buy food for schools and prisons. On hospitals policies on access to land policies on education and also policies on green infrastructure that actually growing food and produce in food in make in systems is actually good for the environment. Much better than so adjusts planted a tree a strip across. Yes yes yes we have. I think it's called like ghia farming where they'll just start planting veggies in on sidewalks or in common spaces. That's kind of cool a little bit about but you're going to feed a community we wanna feed people. You need access to land a muscle major issue hit in the uk. Historically i with what they call the enclosures were the wind system was hugo and ordinary people can access london anymore. I'm s why we have hedge rows in the uk but that was janos landau owners the indicate what bit of lands belonged to them. Bo had no idea but hedgerows also wonderful sources of bio-diversity and fish for At times and full of people they don't know the legacy will be history of land in the uk and when we get to empire and colonialism. Zepa more uber asia. Yes yes.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"Season. Three i want to thank you for following me and our guests on this wonderful journey. We've learned so much more. And i feel like there's a lot more to learn and i'm really excited about it. In the past three months we have learned about art in the environmental movement and the power of art in moving or creating behavioral change. We've also learned about queer ecology and how dismantle the concept of the binary in nature and to see nature as she is most non binary greatness and then finally talking about environmental justice movements. And what that really looks like on the ground in the power of collaboration again we saw how are is being used by isis collective in california and how they collaborating with the environmental collective for environmental justice in interpreting data on air quality water quality to hell. Ej communities better understand the threats that they're facing but also give them the tools to stand up for themselves essentially and then our last session or a last episode rather was with the wonderful susan mkhatshwa and leonida or from uganda and kenya respectively. Who worked talking to us about how food. Sovereignty is being threatened by large corporations and by unfair free trade agreements. And how it's fattening the power and the existence of.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Pelosi is on a trip to the United Kingdom. Please Keeper she's yours. Um, I know you, like, really, really, really, really old ladies to be in charge of things in your country. I mean, sure Yours is in bat crap Crazy, But can you take this one too? Anyway. Nancy Pelosi. She was on a on a trip to the United Kingdom. She was in Cambridge. And this is what she said about China. It was always felt connected to China, but with their military aggression in the South China Sea. Listen to that continuation. Of genocide with regards in Xinjiang Province there. Stop! Stop! Stop! Is that news to you Still Did you? Have you ever heard the United States of America and like a big elected official, a speaker of the house or above say that China is continuing? The genocide on the weaker If you're that I mean, the fact that they're doing it is not news to me. It's not new, but as they what is as pretty close to an official statement of us policy, correct or or at least what we know We've been critical of them, But we don't I mean, you know, why is the still talking about like the 1917 genocide and whether we should call it genocide? Correct in Turkey, Okay. So let me ask you this. Why does the United States get such a bad rap with so many historians on the genocide of the Jews in Germany? We didn't act fast enough. Didn't act fast enough. But what is the excuse on the other side? One? By the way, I don't believe But what is the excuse on the other side? We didn't know We didn't know we didn't know for sure. Bad we we write. We knew Germany was bad, but I didn't know what the extent that they were doing and the better excuse. It's still a bad excuse, but the better excuses. That FDR when he found out, he said, the way to make it stop is to stop Germany. Don't Don't defer any of our resources away from defeating Hitler and killing and cutting the head off the Nazi regime. That will end the genocide for the Jews. Okay, That's the best excuse I've heard, but it's still an excuse. We knew we knew and FDR did nothing about it. What a surprise. Another democratic icon, so he did nothing about it. It's it's a horror show. The world, then said genocide must never happen again. It is. It is in a separate category. It's you can have gulags. You can have torture chambers. But genocide. State sponsored genocide is in a separate category. Really the single worst thing a country can do, Right? I mean, I'm trying to think if there's anything on that level, but like that would be the ultimate crime. You would accuse a country of it would be like saying, You know, my son. He didn't take out the garbage this morning. He doesn't clean his room. He's late with his math paper. Uh, he commits genocide. Uh, and he also is, you know late. For a meeting that he had, You know, a church? Wait one of those things right? Bigger. So this is what she did with the military aggression in the South China Sea. With a continuation of genocide with the wingers in these things hang the Z's Zhejiang Province. With the violation of the cultural and religious priorities of Tibet. They don't pick up their socks. Okay? I mean, those are bad things are all bad things, but it's genocide. Genocide, isn't it? Okay, So now we have Nancy Pelosi, admitting the United States of America knows that they're not only committing it. They're continuing to commit to commit it, Which means we've known for a while. And what does she say? She goes on to say Yes, they're committing genocide against the wingers. But having said that I'm quoting the overriding issue is working together on climate change. God What? We have worked with Hitler on climate change, but we have worked with Would we have worked with Hitler on developing the bomb? Would we have worked with Hitler on developing the auto bond? Would we have Worked with Hitler on his socialized medicine. Would we have worked with Hitler on any of his national socialist ideas? The answer is no. No. When you're committing genocide? No. Okay? She said. We have to work together on climate because climate is the overriding issue the over riding issue. There is no way to describe this mindset. That? Yes, they are killing an entire group of people because of their ethnicity or religion. They are systematically rounding them up using them for slave labor. And killing them. Using their organs and selling him on the open market. They are nothing more than cattle. For us to recognize it and do nothing about it is one thing. But to say we recognize it, but we have bigger things to talk to them about is a horror show. Now there's 0.1 remember, what I want to talk to you about is we will become the worst plague on human on human life. Ever. If we let our country go to the dark side, we will make the Nazis look like rookies. First step. Oh, we know there are systematically killing a group of people, but we have bigger priorities. Climate change. Okay? Next one. We are not going to leave anyone behind. We won't leave anyone behind. We'll make sure every American gets out. There's maybe 46 Americans left now bull trap. I have hundreds, hundreds of Americans, hundreds that are still waiting to get out, and I cannot get the State Department to even admit it. And when they give us permission to fly our airplanes, they are too late, because those that ex the the the paperwork that they gave us that they insist we must have somehow or another. They only deliver it to us an hour after it's expired. It is evil. What is happening? It is evil. They are dehumanizing American citizens. They don't count. Why? Because of politics. Next story. Biden has just said the administration needs to cut back on the shipments of a highly effective therapy for Covid 19. It is called monoclonal antibodies. It is a bogus antibody. It is a maid antibody. Instead of giving you a part of the disease. This is giving you a fake antibody that kills the disease. So instead of having a vaccine This seems like it could be a lot better. Nevertheless, it works it works. They're cutting back the therapy and not sending them to Red states. Now they're saying because the red states are just using too much using too much Can you tell me the states where they can't get it? Let's make sure the doses are not in their own words. Part of an effort to make sure there is medical act witty I'm sorry. We can't help those. We can help those poor hurricane victims because we've helped so many hurricane victims in America lately. We gotta go find those hurricane victims that Might need our help in the future in England. What.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on WBUR

"The United Kingdom. President Biden is attending NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from Cornwall. The government leaders are seeking agreement on several pressing issues. They can be looking leaders here at rebuilding a fair economy after the pandemic. Continuing to work, the lower emissions on climate change, and, frankly, dealing with the challenges of China and Russia in terms of their attempts undermine Western democracy. They probably mentioned China much, but it's a very sensitive topic, but that is something that absolutely be talking about. Pine scenes. NPR's Frank Langfitt reporting. The Trump era Justice Department secretly subpoenaed Apple for data of at least two Democratic members of the House Intelligence Committee, as well as for their staff and family as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The unusual move was part of the Trump Justice Department's aggressive hunt for leaks to the media. The two affected lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee's top Democrat Adam Schiff, as well as Eric Swalwell. In addition to the subpoena, the Justice Department also secured a gag order on Apple, preventing the company from informing the lawmakers or anybody else about the matter. The committee source tells NPR that Apple informed the panel in May 2021 about the subpoena after the gag order lifted. The committee then contacted the Justice Department now under the Biden administration, which said the investigation had been closed. No one associated with the committee is known to have been charged shift, and Swalwell both criticized the subpoena and accused Trump of using the department as a weapon against political opponents. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington A bipartisan group of 10 senator says it has come up with a substantial infrastructure plan. It's worth $1.2 trillion, and the senators say it does not raise taxes. But the group has not released details about this plan, and the senators have not said how they'll pay for it. The infrastructure plan has not been backed by the White House or Senate leaders. Stocks opened higher this morning, with investors apparently unfazed by higher inflation. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial Average rose about 40 points in early trading. Stocks in Asia were mixed overnight. Up in Hong Kong Insult down in Shanghai and basically flat in Tokyo in the U. S. The S and P 500 index is coming off a record high on Thursday. U. S. Investors shrugged off a report that consumer prices in May were up by 5% from a year ago, the sharpest inflation in more than a dozen years. The Federal Reserve has said it thinks the upward pressure on prices is likely to be temporary as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession. With millions of Americans still out of work. Investors expect the Central bank, which is meeting next week to maintain its easy money policies for now, Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street, the Dow was now of about 20 points at 34,485. The NASDAQ. Rather, NASDAQ is up more than 23 points at 14,043. This is NPR. This is 90.9, WB, You arm. I'm Jack Lepi, ours in Boston Braintree Police officer who was shot last week's expected to leave the hospital of this hour. The Braintree Police Department says a procession will enter the town shortly after Officer Bill Cushing is released. The second officer shot. Matthew Donahue was released from the hospital last weekend. Suspect to investigators shot the police say shot the police officers 34 year old Andrew Holman. Was killed. More than three quarters of residents on Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket are now fully vaccinated against Covid 19 State Department of Public Health Data show that is the highest percentage of any county in the state. Followed by Barnstable County, where 64% are fully vaccinated. Hampton and Bristol counties are the only part of the state where that group is less than half the population. More than 3.9 million people have been fully vaccinated. The number of Covid patients in Massachusetts hospitals is at a nearly nine month low, state health data show. 171 People are now hospitalized with the virus, the lowest number since September. 14th. The average age of hospitalized patients is 60 years old 52 people are in intensive care that is the lowest figure since early October. This hour, The.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

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600 WREC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. Democrat Jamie Raskin will take the lead trying to convict former President Trump for inciting the deadly Capitol attack. He thereby betrayed his trust as president to the manifest injury of the people of the United States. Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy. There were no hearings. There was no investigation. It was just rushed through. Senators will be sworn in as jurors today, but the trial will be in two weeks. Chief Justice John Roberts so will not be presiding Patrick Leahy, Democratic senator from Vermont, He's the president Pro TEM, the most senior member of the majority party. He is going to preside over this Senate trial, and there are a lot of questions on Capitol Hill as to whether or not it's even appropriate to try the president after he has left office Oxes Chad program President Biden he's pushing Congress to prove his $1.9 trillion covert financial Aid package and saying, Here's what I'm doing here is why I want to do it. Here's what I think we need to do it, though Some Republicans want him or targeted and smaller plan the president's readying Maura executive orders this week. Today's theme Racial equity, perhaps addressing policing in prison and housing reforms, and the president's canceling a trump water that would have rescinded covert related travel bans instead. Press secretary Jen Psaki says they remain in place for their European change in every area. The United Kingdom, Republican Republic of Ireland and Brazil and the CDC is putting mandatory coronavirus testing in place for all passengers flying to the U. S. President. Biden also wants to speed up vaccinations in this country of to a million and a half per day. A tornado tore through Alabama last night north of Birmingham. We heard in my pain was obviously was treating down. She's in hard hit full Tyndale were tree damage her home and another house. A man trapped in his basement was found dead at 3 A.m.. At least six others been hospitalized. Rescue crews.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Our next guest is thinking about the long term trends that will shape the news in 2021. Ian Bremmer is president of the Eurasia Group. It's a political risk consultancy. That means they advise companies about world events that may affect their businesses. He's annual list of risks for the new year is out today, especially in a world that feels so politicized. This is our attempt to just share with the public in the U. S. And around the world where we think the world's headache. Now it's not easy to predict the specific events of any coming year. Think of the start of 2020 experts knew a pandemic was possible but did not know it was arriving right then or how serious it would be. What Bremer focuses on is longer trends, including some that the pandemic accelerated in 2020. I mean the pandemic made it so much easier. To pit left versus right Republican versus Democrat Trump Supporters versus never Trumpers because of how difficult it was going to be to even hold. The election, the level of mistrust between the United States and China that grew a great deal of accelerated in in this period of Let's face it the most daunting crisis that we've experienced in our lifetime. So let's talk about what you see in the year ahead. Or perhaps I should say years I had one of the first things in this new year. That's a major news event is that Joe Biden becomes president. January 20th What could possibly go wrong? Well, When you think about 2021, Of course, you know Corona virus is going to dominate the news continually. But the United States today is not on Lee, the most powerful country in the world, but it's also the most politically divided And economically unequal off all of the world's wealthy democracies and president elect bite and will take office. In that environment. He will be seen as illegitimate by almost Half of the country. I want to interrogate that a little bit and see if it's really new. I'm just thinking back that there were some people who thought Trump wasn't really the president because he'd been helped by Russia. That wasn't true. He was elected by Americans, even though he did receive Russian assistance. There were people who thought Obama wasn't president because they believe false conspiracy theories about his birthplace. People believe that Bush wasn't president because they thought that had been put there by the Supreme Court. Is this really at a new level than what it was before? Well to two point, Steve? The first is you put your finger on something that is unique to the United States. I mean, you look at the United Kingdom or France or Germany or Japan, a Canada none of those countries. Have elections, where, after the election half of the population questions the legitimacy of the leader and the United States, the most powerful country that has been happening, and it's been growing, but also clearly it is getting a lot worse. Big difference between 2016 and 2020 lot of people said not my president. Hillary Clinton didn't Hillary Clinton said. Actually, Trump won This is an administration that intends to tackle climate, rejoined the Paris climate accord and take further steps at home and abroad. What risks do you see as the world tackles climate change in some fashion? I think the biggest difference between Biden and Trump and even Biden and Biden, his vice president, is going to be this extraordinary focus on climate, not just rejoining Paris. But really putting resource and regulations towards a post carbon energy environment. I think what's interesting about that? Ah, lot of people that focus on climate think of how this is something that brings the world together. This is something that makes us all recognize this small planet that we're on. In reality, the Chinese have been increasingly dominating all of the post carbon energy sources, whether it's nuclear or solar, or wind or electric vehicles and supply chain and infrastructure. And when the United States suddenly starts paying big attention to that the U. S is gonna want to dominate. That space, so it actually creates a lot more competition. Is the change in U. S administrations likely to reduce or change US tensions with China. I don't think so. I think it will normalize to a degree they'll be, you know, a breath that has taken an effort to reset But anti China sentiment is one of the few areas where there is broad agreement across the aisle in the United States, and it involves a lot of things, certainly by it will be more focused on human rights issues, like the weaker is like Hong Kong than Trump was. Technology will be a big issue between the two as it has been. The Americans will work more closely and trying to coordinate this policy on China with our allies like Japan, South Korea, Australia, the Europeans in Canada, where Trump was more unilateral, and then you have not only the climate fight that we were talking about But also vaccine nationalism where the Chinese are just gonna have a lot more vaccines to export around the world to poor countries that will want to be more aligned to them. And the Americans will be taking longer on that front and the vaccines that we have the greatest access to are ones that don't work as well in developing countries that don't have the infrastructure for them. You know, we had a writer on our air at the very end of the year who was saying we should keep in mind that 2021 could be as bad as 2020 could be even worse? Who knows? You need to be mentally prepared for that? But with that in mind, how do you feel about 2021? We're going to see an economic rebound, and that's a really big deal when you've gone through hell. And you know you've got these vaccines that are vastly more effective and faster than any epidemiologist was expecting back in 2020. That's very positive. But let's understand that the economy is not fixed for so many people. The inequality is growing. And so absolutely I worry that even as the overall global economy is gonna look so much better in 2021 2020 I'm not sure it's going to feel that great for a lot of people around the world, and I'm also thinking that the political tensions underlying all of this actually getting worse. So it's it's a really mixed picture for 2021. Ian Bremmer is president and founder of the Eurasia Group, which is a political risk consultancy. Thanks so much always a pleasure, Steve. His group has put out its report on the top risks for 2021. Thistles. NPR news Hey, I'm Anthony Valadez. When we kcrw DJs get together to determine the best of music selections. It's never easy believe it gets loud. Know Veena gets passionate. Eric J. Lawrence sits in a corner and roll smiles, but it is the embodiment of eclecticism. Look, we all love technology. But there's no way that a computer or algorithm can do handpicked music selections, and.

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"united kingdom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"united kingdom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I keep saying that. I mean, of course, United Kingdom has has not been tied to the EU. We'll see what it's like now. It's interesting. Scotland is dying, and I was just about to ask you about, you know, I studied in Scotland for a summer. And, uh, yeah, just and I am so very fond memories of Scotland and have stories for another time, but I was just about to touch him, Scott, because what being is saying is exactly right. Scotland's going. Hey, guys, we want the EU right. And this Brexit vote may end up pushing the Scottish independence vote back onto the ballot again within a few months. You know, it wasn't that long ago that it narrowly lost every poll. I think the last 10 poles in Scotland. Have suggested that it will pass this time around. And I think a major reason for that is people in Scotland believe the European Union is a benefit to them. So this who knows this Brexit may ultimately end up breaking up the United Kingdom. I don't know. We don't hear much from whales. They're kind of the quiet little brother. We don't hear a lot from them. I don't know how they're feeling about this, but yeah, this is this is major geopolitical stuff that's happening in our lifetime. I mean, absolutely. And you're right. It's happening. Three on top of covert 19 and the new strain of company into what you want to get, too. Let me ask you one last They don't even know if this is this might be just so because that's craziness. But could there be another referendum in like, five years where they go again? We want back in like like a Larry King marriage, you know, like where he doubled back to Larry King double back on one of his divorces and married her again. Could they do that? Absolutely. Yeah, of course they could. You know, Boris Johnson still has support right now. I don't think that's gonna happen any time soon. You know, he has lost a lot of people in his own party. The Tories because of his handling of the covert crisis, which I know we're still have to come on the show. But right now, he is popular enough to not let that happen. But down the road, his successor, there's no reason why I couldn't We're talking of being Baxter from England. Yeah, from London, England. And I want to talk about covert 19 next because the newest strain of Copan 19 more transmissible strain is in England and, you know Being, of course, always wants to be on top of everything New. So he picked up covert 19. Also in this year of covert 19, you actually did come down with Mark, you are Being had covert 19. I want to talk to him about the new strain about what it was like to get it and about what life is like, in terms of quarantining and in terms of social distancing there in England as we continue, it's the Conway show talking to being Baxter, Mark Thompson, filling in for Tim on Ko Phi am 6 40 heard everywhere on the IR radio half into the newsroom, and Danny Ella's.

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