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"united nations court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"united nations court" Discussed on KOMO

"The month and quarter on a mostly positive note. With the Dow industrials. Rising 210 points to close just about 34,500, the S and P. 500 eked out another fresh closing high. That index up five points on the day. But then, as that composite index shed 24 bed bath and beyond this morning came out with what appeared to be mixed Quarterly results. Sales did rise nearly 50% from a year ago, even as earnings were hurt by costs related to the home goods, Retailers Turnaround Plan Bed and Bath also raised its full year outlook. And that helped shares jump 11 and a quarter percent today. That's your money now. Canada finds more mass graves These are your world Headlines from ABC News, A Canadian indigenous groups said a search using radar found 182 human remains in unmarked graves at a site near a former Catholic church run residential school that housed indigenous Children taken from their families. The latest discovery follows similar findings at two other such church run schools. Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has paid tribute to the families of dozens of people who have died in a record breaking heat wave. The United Nations court convicted two former allies of the late Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic of aiding and abetting crimes committed by Serb paramilitaries in a Bosnian town in 1992. And the Myanmar military has begun releasing around 2300 prisoners, including activists detained for protesting against the military coup earlier this year, and journalists who reported on the events. Julia McFarland, ABC news at the Foreign Desk in London. A short time from now on a galaxy not far away. Summer weather should allow you to peer deep into the cosmos. Cosmos, Corwin Hockey explains. With cooler weather and clear skies. The coming nights are the ideal time to view the famous summer triangle. Vega, Deneb and Altair, the biggest and brightest stars in the sky of the Northern Hemisphere. We're not saying biggest and brightest. I do mean biggest and brightest video blogger Alfie Aesthetic says the summer triangle stars are visible even in high light pollution areas, and what's really cool is the triangle is a kind of window into the densest part of our galaxy. Deborah Bird with Earth, Sky says. If you're lucky enough to be under a dark, starry sky on a moonless night, look to the Summer triangle and you'll see between the stars great swath of the Milky Way. Find the triangle. Look east as night falls, that bright blue white star. That's Vega. The triangles. Top point. Deneb is below to the left. I'll tear down to the right So you under the stars. Corwin Hike KOMO news. Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Mhm 99 Holden Street. Looks like we have a brush fire response blocking the right lane a little bit of late slowing approaching that scene, so I will definitely keep you up today on that. South about four or five and earlier stall that was blocking the HIV at Lake Washington Boulevard has been cleared. It wasn't causing a backup northbound five approaching 272nd. We do have some police activity. Partially blocking the right link, causing liberal light slowing But D O. T is on the scene and that should be resolved here pretty quick. Next chemo traffic.

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"united nations court" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"united nations court" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Hello this is law. Fair interim cristiano wayne with the podcast. The l'affaire archives for june twentieth. Twenty twenty one last week. United nations court denied the final appeal of bosnian. Serb general ratko mladic confirming that he will serve out a life sentence for genocide and crimes against humanity during the bosnian war. He was the last outstanding. Case from the international criminal tribunal for yugoslavia and signals the end of the united nations historic efforts to hold the perpetrators of atrocities during that conflict accountable for their actions for today's episode from the archives. I chose to go back to february. Twenty twenty for discussion about another convicted bosnian war criminal radovan karadzic with scholar jessica stern who interviewed carriage at length in wrote about him in her book. My war criminal. She talks to benjamin with us about nationalism genocide and writing about the world's most evil man. I'm cristiana mrs off air podcast. I'm benjamin with this. And this is the law fair. Podcast bonus edition february nineteenth. Two thousand twenty jessica. Stern is an old friend. We go back a long ways. She served on the national security council during the clinton administration and we got to know each other because we had a similar interest in biological weapons back before they were cool. Jessica has a remarkable skill. She interviews really bad people and she writes about them in really interesting ways and she spent a lotta time with bosnian serb war criminal rata von karadzic who is serving a life sentence for genocide in connection with the bosnian conflict in the nineteen ninety s. At the yugoslav war crimes tribunal in the hague conversations.

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"united nations court" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"united nations court" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Wars. The fighting from 1996 to 2003, which involved nearly 10 countries, dozens of militias fighting over what was then Zaire is now that DRC millions died as soldiers fought, plundered and rapes their way across the country. President Mobutu, of course, fell countries ended up fighting by proxy and directly on Congo, Lee's territory. And of course, it was the Congo lease who bore the brunt. Now today, the DRC is claiming reparations for what it's suffered during that period at the International Court of Justice, and they want reparations from Uganda for its involvement in the wars. Just to remind you, the I C J is the United Nations Court, which settles matters between countries, and it's already ruled on the walls back in 2000 and five and said that Uganda invaded Congo Zaire illegally. So now Congo once those reparations, will it get him Jason Stearns has written extensively on this dreadful period of history, is head of the Congo Research group at Simon Fraser University. So how do we calculate the damage? We're talking about millions of dollars Billions. I believe we're talking about billions here for sure. They're gonna look at where they have looked at a variety of factors, including the amount of natural resources plundered money, plunder, timber plundered. From the eastern DRC, But I think more importantly, also, the human cost of the tragedy do Ugandans. Not only did they invade the DRC, they fought a war with another neighboring country. Rwanda in Large town of Kisangani. They laid waste to a large part of that town during the six day war into in 2000, killing thousands of people shelling using heavy artillery in that town. Then, in the northeast of the country and Eatery province again, they engaged in a proxy war with the Rwandans, and they backed various different ethnic militia there that kills tens of thousands in very brutal, gruesome fashion. And so do you guys have been guilty? I think above all and complicit. In these terrific violations of human rights in the DRC, So I think they're going to try to put impossibly but try to put a price tag to that as well. It's a period of hell frankly, for people in the area. And yet this reparations argument and the decision is getting very little coverage in the media in the DRC. Why would that be? This is a massive issue. Well, I think that once I think that now, in the coming days, there will be more talk. But I think in general, there is despair amongst Congo lease that so much has been done in their history is one string of humiliation by foreign powers by the Belgian colonial power by Mobutu, who himself was backed by Westerners. The first prime minister was assassinated in a plot that was concocted by Belgians and Americans. Their history is one long string of foreigners trampling on their country and humiliating them, and I think that there is almost never been recourse for this. They've never felt that justice has been done, and so I don't think anybody's holding their breath. And to be honest, I share some of their skepticism. As I said, This is not a binding ruling. And so I think it's it's rather doubtful that Ugandan government, which is Rather cash strapped itself will be shelling out billions of dollars to its neighbor. I want to ask about the status of kind of history, being chewed over by lawyers and decided in this way because we've just seen just in the past few days. I mean, Rwanda commissioned an inquiry into the events surrounding the genocide, which exonerates Kigali of many allegations. Interestingly, Frantz, which gets blamed from Rwanda has exonerated itself with a commission undertaken under president Macron as well. This is obviously deeply contested for many of the players, but do these kind of things reparations enquiries commissions? They help us establish what actually happened historically, well, I think it's a long process and I think we'll see this is not the end of these commissions. I think they'll be going on. I think the one thing to emphasize, though, is that Many of these commissions or an exercise in international diplomacy Maurer than in history of the local variety. In other words, citizens of these countries coming to grips with their past that has happened far too little. Many of the history textbooks. I think all of the history textbooks in the Congo ends before the war. There is no grappling at that level with their past the Congo. Lee's above all need to write their own history. Most of this writing of history is happened by international commissions of inquiry at the United Nations and hasn't really been a conversation by local citizens and communities about their own pass. And I think You can see that in the Congo's. You know, if if people aren't able themselves to take control and understand their past, then conspiracies run amok, and many of these lingering resentments persist and then populate into violence again. That's Jason Stearns of the Congo Research Project Congo research group Talking about that case, which is coming up with the International Court of Justice with DRC. Seeking reparations for crimes committed during the wars of the late nineties and soon thereafter reparations from Uganda. You say BBC World service. Now the impacts of the pandemic continues to be felt globally. And.

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"united nations court" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"united nations court" Discussed on WBUR

"Africa. Specifically, we're talking about the Congo wars. The fighting from 1996 to 2003, which involved nearly 10 countries. Dozens of militias fighting over what was then Zaire is now that DRC Millions died as soldiers fought, plundered and rapes their way across the country. President Mobutu, of course fell countries ended up fighting by proxy and directly on Congo, Lee's territory. And of course, it was the Congo lease who bore the brunt. Now today, the DRC is claiming reparations for what it's suffered during that period at the International Court of Justice, and they want reparations from Uganda for its involvement in the wars. Just to remind you, the I C J is the United Nations Court, which settles matters between countries and it's already ruled on the walls back in 2000 and five and said that Uganda invaded Congo Zaire illegally. So now Congo wants those reparations. Will it get him? Jason Stearns has written extensively on this dreadful period of history, is head of the Congo Research group at Simon Fraser University. So how do we calculate The damage. We're talking about millions of dollars billions. I believe we're talking about billions here for sure. They're gonna look at where they have looked at a variety of factors, including the amount of natural resources plundered money, plunder, timber plundered. From the eastern DRC, But I think more importantly, also, the human cost of the tragedy do Ugandans. Not only did they invade the DRC, they fought a war with another neighboring country. Rwanda in Large town of Kisangani. They laid waste to a large part of that town during the six day war into in 2000, killing thousands of people selling using her heavy artillery in that town. Then, in the northeast of the country and Eatery province again, they engaged in a proxy war with the Rwandans, and they backed various different ethnic militia there that killed tens of thousands and very brutal, gruesome fashion. And so do you guys have been guilty? I think above all and complicit. In these terrific violations of human rights in the DRC, So I think they're going to try to put impossibly but try to put a price tag to that as well. It's a period of hell frankly, for people in the area. And yet this reparations argument and the decision. It's getting very little coverage in the media in the DRC. Why would that be? This is a massive issue. Well, I think that once I think that now, in the coming days, there will be more talk. But I think in general, there is despair amongst Congo lease that so much has been done in their history is one string of humiliation by foreign powers by the Belgian colonial power by Mobutu, who himself was backed by Westerners. The first prime minister was assassinated in a plot that was concocted by Belgians and Americans. So they're history is one long string of foreigners trampling on their country and humiliating them, And I think that there is almost never been recourse for this. They've never felt that justice has been done. And so I don't think anybody's holding their breath. And to be honest, I share some of their skepticism. As I said, This is not a binding ruling. And so I think it's it's rather doubtful that Ugandan government, which is Rather, past strapped itself will be shelling out billions of dollars to its neighbor. I want to ask about the status of kind of history, being chewed over by lawyers and decided in this way because we've just seen just in the past few days. I mean, Rwanda commissioned an inquiry into the events surrounding the genocide, which exonerates Kigali of many allegations. Interestingly, Frantz Which gets blamed from Rwanda has exonerated itself with a commission undertaken under president Macron as well. This is obviously deeply contested for many of the players, but do these kind of things reparations enquiries commissions? They help us establish what actually happened historically. Well, I think it's a long process, and I think we'll see this is not the end of these commissions. I think they'll be going on. I think the one thing to emphasize though, is that many of these commissions or an exercise in international diplomacy Maurer than in history of the local variety, In other words, citizens of these countries coming to grips with their past that has happened far too little. Many of the history textbooks. I think all of the history textbooks in the Congo ends before the war. There is no grappling at that level with their past the conga Lee's above all need to write their own history. Most of this writing of history is happened by international commissions of inquiry at the United Nations and hasn't really been a conversation by local citizens and communities about their own pass. And I think you can see that in the Congo's, You know, if if people aren't able themselves Was to take control and understand their past. Then conspiracies run amok, and many of these lingering resentments persist and then populate into violence again. That situation Sterns of the Congo Research Project of Congo Research group, talking about that case, which is coming up with the International Court of Justice with DRC. Seeking reparations for crimes committed during the wars of the late nineties and soon thereafter reparations from Uganda. Used a BBC World service. Now the impact of the pandemic.

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"united nations court" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"united nations court" Discussed on KCRW

"Good morning, Republicans launch their convention attacking Cancel Culture First night gave prime time to Nikki Haley, also Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle, the former Fox News personality he is dating. More on morning edition from NPR news. In this hour to Oklahoma voters watch the convention and say why they think Democrats have gone too far left. I'm David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. The convention comes as unemployment benefits run out in this hour. How some people are struggling to get by. Also, people broke into businesses after a police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin. And how did the founding fathers create the presidency? The producers of our podcast through line have the story. It is Tuesday, August 25th, the singer Jeff Tweedy is 53 years old. Today theme news is next. Live from NPR News on Corvo Coleman, the first day of the Republican National Convention concluded after delegates renominated Donald Trump is their presidential candidate. Last evening, Republicans sought to show a softer side of the president. NPR's Franco Ordonez reports. They also painted a dark picture of a potential Joe Biden presidency. Florida representative Matt Gates cast the choice starkly as one between strength and weakness he described by Nas, a puppet of the radical left. We must fight to save America now or we may lose her forever. Joe Biden might not even notice. The first day of the Republican National Convention seemed to serve two purposes. On the one hand, Republicans sought to present an empathetic side to President Trump. They showed a video of the president, speaking with frontline workers and asking how they're doing. It fit with what aides described would be a positive message throughout the convention. But the stronger message one delivered repeatedly through the night was how scary it be for Republicans if Trump doesn't win Franco or don't yous. NPR news protesters took to the streets for a second night in Kenosha, Wisconsin. They're responding to the police shooting of a black man. On Sunday, Madeline Fox of Wisconsin public radio reports. Police in Kenosha clashed with demonstrators. Oh, testers rallied in a park across from the county courthouse. Speakers called for the police who shot Blake to be fired, Arrested and prosecuted. Angela Cunningham is a local defense attorney. She says. She's seen a lot of things that worry her in her job, and she wasn't surprised by the shooting. It was only a matter of time before it happened here, and we need to do something about that. Jacob Blake. Was the straw that broke the camel's back. But there are people every single day whose civil rights are violated from the park Protesters march for about an hour until the city imposed curfew began at eight o'clock. That's when hours of conflict began, with police releasing tear gas and protestors setting off fireworks. For NPR News. I'm Madeline Fox in Kenosha. Officials at Liberty University in Virginia are planning to me today about the status of President Jerry Falwell Jr. Falwell has denied reports that he is stepping down permanently has leader of the school. This follows a bombshell report from Reuters news agency, its side and a former business partner of Falwell's, who claimed he had a sexual relationship with Falwell's wife. And involved Falwell looking on while the pair were together, Reuters reporter Arum Rostam told NPR's morning edition. Falwell says he is not leaving Yeah, I think I know what everybody else knows. The university's put out a statement that says it It initially yesterday had a agreement from from Falwell that he was going to resign then. He seems to have changed his mind. And they said Liberty University says it would not be in the school's best interest to have Falwell Junior remain as school president. You're listening to NPR news. What was Tropical Storm Marco is fizzling out along the Louisiana coast Residents are now watching Tropical Storm Laura. This has entered the Gulf of Mexico and is projected to be a major hurricane by the time it makes landfall later this week. Top trade negotiators from the U. S and China have talked to each other by phone about how each side can fulfill the terms of an interim trade deal. The country's struck the accord last January. NPR's Emily Thing has more Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and trade representative Robert Lighthizer Juan the call with China's top trade negotiator, vice premier You heard the call was part of a regular review process of the interim agreements implementation. Earlier, Reuters reported. The call was delayed by several weeks, in part to give China more time to buy US agricultural goods. The U. S. Senate saw progress and both sides specifically discussed Thorn your commitments trying agreed to in the packed such a stronger intellectual property protections and an equal playing field for foreign businesses trying to state media described the call as constructive and said China is committed to the agreement Success. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing Former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Melodic, has returned to a United Nations court in The Hague today he is appealing his 2017 conviction on genocide and crimes against humanity committed during the Yugoslav wars in the 19 nineties. Trial judges ruled that Melon itch was responsible for the massacres of thousands of Bosnian Muslims and ethnic cleansing campaigns. Lodge was trying to build what he called a greater Serbia..

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"united nations court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"united nations court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The camel's back. But there are people every single day whose civil rights are violated from the park Protesters march for about an hour until the city imposed curfew began at eight o'clock. That's when hours of conflict began, with police releasing tear gas and protestors setting off fireworks. For NPR News. I'm Madeline Fox in Kenosha. Officials at Liberty University in Virginia are planning to me today about the status of President Jerry Falwell Jr. Falwell has denied reports that he is stepping down permanently has leader of the school. This follows a bombshell report from Reuters news agency, its side and a former business partner of Falwell's, who claimed he had a sexual relationship with Falwell's wife that involved Falwell looking on while the pair were together. Reuters reporter Arum, Rostam told NPR's morning edition. Falwell says he is not leaving Yeah, I think I know what everybody else knows. The university's put out a statement that says it It initially yesterday had a agreement from from Falwell that he was going to resign. He seems to have changed this morning, they said. Liberty University says it would not be in the school's best interest to have Falwell Junior remain as school president. You're listening to NPR news. One was Tropical Storm Marco is fizzling out along the Louisiana coast residents are now watching Tropical Storm Laura. This has entered the Gulf of Mexico and is projected to be a major hurricane by the time it makes landfall later this week. Top trade Negotiators from the U. S and China have talked to each other by phone about how each side can fulfill the terms of an interim trade deal. The country's struck the accord last January. NPR's Emily Thing has worn Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and trade representative Robert Lighthizer Juan the call with China's top trade negotiator, vice premier You heard the call was part of a regular review process of the interim agreements implementation. Earlier, Reuters reported. The call was delayed by several weeks, in part to give China more time to buy US agricultural goods. The U. S. Senate saw progress and both sides specifically discussed Thorn your commitments trying agreed to in the pat such a stronger intellectual property protections and an equal playing field for foreign businesses. China State media described the call as constructive and said China is committed to the agreement Success. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS beaching Former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Melodic, has returned to a United Nations court in The Hague Today he is appealing his 2017 conviction on genocide and crimes against humanity committed during the Yugoslav wars in the 19 nineties. Trial judges ruled that Melon itch was responsible for the massacres of thousands of Bosnian Muslims and ethnic cleansing campaigns Lot it was trying to build what he called a greater Serbia..

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"united nations court" Discussed on Power Corrupts

Power Corrupts

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"united nations court" Discussed on Power Corrupts

"I'm an EC- and I'm a senior journalist for the BBC. Okay so I. How did you come across Christopher Blair? How did you discover that this person existed? The departments was working for at the time looked long and hard at fake news how it originated how it was being paid out on the Internet. We've been following it for a few years and my editor at the time went. Look a thing. We need to do a deep dive. Let's go to the source so we kept two nine S and we found Chris and my editor went. Go meet with him. Let's see what's going on. And so I jumped on a plane and ended up in Maine and met with Christopher Blur so tell us a little bit about him. What does he look like paint a picture of Chris Blur? It's funny you saw soft with A. How am I going to approach him? I going to be all official in. Hey I'm a journalist. London BBC or am I going to be affable or I'm Chris comes in. He's wearing cargo pants and Halloween esque or a horror movie t shirt. He's huge. He's six foot. Plus if I was to describe PEM. Compare him to anybody. I don't know what your cultural reference points are but sugar puffs Christie's the honey monster. He is a bid it and he has these wrinkles around his eyes when he smiles and he smiles a loss. He laughs a lot. He smiles a lot while he's talking so you're immediately disarmed. And as a journalist you can never be disarmed did not buy into the charm offensive. We sat in the lobby. We spoke and he was an incredible is an incredibly lovely man. I was sold and I figured I needed to meet Chris for myself. So before a recent trip to the east coast. I got in touch with Chris. I asked him if he would meet me and suggested a few dates. He wrote back saying that one of the dates wouldn't work because his daughter had a karate tests that he had to take her to hardly what I expected from the godfather of fake news. After all you sort of imagine that a professional troll is going to live in his parent's basement not be apparent himself but eventually we sorted out a median and I met him just off route one in a small town in southern Maine. When I got there Chris was impossible to miss. He was six foot three or six foot. Four at least along not a big smile and in case I had any doubts about who I was meeting. He was wearing a sweatshirt. That said greatest of all trolls or. Go on it with the helpful picture of a goat and as we got started. I asked Chris to tell me how his very weird career began. I was in construction for twenty something years. I was a victim of the crash in the economy. Crashed back in two thousand eight more so I was one of those people that lost everything. And that's where I started to become politically. Active in facebook. Just happened to be a place that It was easier transition that anger into something that you could look at Maine high end. Kitchens was the last construction job I had. It was hard labor manual labor and it was taking a toll on his body. He decided that he needed a change of career and writing was a passion. He was good as set so Chris began to write online east acid with a block. I did really well doing that. Actually kept my regular job for about six months and then I came to the point where I was making more money. Blogging then could do that. I wrote under the pseudonym Charles Toper Christopher Charles my name and my middle name so I was Charles stauffer. The only found out when he quit his construction job in a thinking about two thousand fourteen. That writing fake news was where the money was asked and made it work for him. There's a decent chance that you or someone you know or someone in your larger. Circle of friends and acquaintances has read one of Chris's posts but they tend to follow a similar pattern or at least they did in the beginning as Chris. Dabbled with the dark art of becoming a fake news author. Who would try to get his lies to spread like wildfire? That was part of the stick for probably about two and a half years was breaking in all caps for the colon. That's how I started every single headline all of our featured images were just breaking news image. The headline is the kicker. It's going to sound urgent breaking caps Conan. You know here's what you need to know about the trump administration and the brilliant things they're doing or what Obama did that was completely useless and it's affecting you. It works it works. It worked enough for him to make lots of money as averse and he's not alone. You will still regularly see on your facebook feed. Its particularly facebook. I think but facebook is still according to some stats fairly older generation. Your grandma will use it your. And they don't have the wherewithal to do the checks and so it's an easy share and that's what he was banking on and it worked for him the person's grandma who believes everything on the Internet because they don't understand it is that's our target audience. I do not absolutely do not feel bad because those are the people that were that. Were trying to reach. Those are the people who share all the stuff from the Russian disinformation. Those are the people who share all the garbage. They will literally share everything and once they have their target audience. They need to figure out what actually works. What actually goes viral so come to find out what they respond to the best is garbage. Just hyperbole and garbage. So the first story that I wrote that went viral. Was Hillary caught on a Hot Mike? Making racial slurs about beyond saying I wrote that story and I put it on the page and it immediately just went crazy which was when I said to myself. That's insane I'm going to need to satire disclaimer I've personally thought the story was hilarious. It was so far from reality. There was no recording of this actually happening. There was no corroboration anywhere. All the links went to pictures of cats all the source links for ridiculous. It was just as dumb as can be. I mean it got a million page views. Hillary Clinton always dies. Barak Obama is a tower. Hristo has been implicated in terrorism. All these massive huge headlines that you will read that they're to shock. This invoke emotion extreme emotion. Most people will not click into the story. They will just be seduced by this shock headline and then we'll immediately show so it's a giveaway when you've worked on fake news stories enough. You learn the pattern of what it means. So Chris will have written mostly about American politics but every now and then he gets super mischievous and will write something that's curve ball and he also has rights to write for him as well to his attain. Got Two guys now. The right that have been writing for over a year probably going on two years and some of the stuff they right. It's just so awesome. It's a lot of stuff about. Afc Alexander wrote Occasional Cortez. Aoc wants a full motorcycle ban. It makes no sense of Kamala. Harris says that the paid too much you take somebody on the left that they don't like and then something that they do like motorcycles. The military things like that and make the person on the left. Do something bad towards the thing that they like. Those are the type headlines. Just go crazy And they're all pretty silly. Here are some of the fake news stories that Chris has written or published breaking Clinton Foundation ship seized at Port of Baltimore carrying drugs. Guns and sex slaves breaking torture chamber in Bill. Clinton's basement described as a quote kill room or Satanic Bible of death row inmate contained Barack Obama signature and Pelosi files to have trump tried before United Nations court. None of those headlines is remotely true. But that doesn't stop. Countless people from hitting click and share on social media. I want them to click. I want them to use their confirmation bias and get caught in.

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"united nations court" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"united nations court" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Do you think they're confused you? They just don't understand which ones which they don't know what they do know. They're making a conscious choice to pick the area in Jerusalem. That trump said was going to be for the Palestinians even though he still maintains Israel had control over the whole thing. He was very clear on that. That's not enough. You See. They wanted all and they're making that clear to. There's no mistake happening here. They're overtly taking what trump said was Palestine. Powell was Palestinians. So I I just can't wait to see what trump says about this. I argue it'll be completely ignored. Don't make up some excuse for why it's happening or there's Oh we misunderstood or whatever it's going to be the bottom line is. This is what we told you was going to happen. And it's going to continue to happen. This is displacement. People are going to be displaced. We've already shown you people bulldozing new houses. That's how that's happened already in the low many days. So these are displacement. People are being removed from their home so Donald Trump said. That wasn't going to happen. They lied to you from the very beginning. They always have because they will not make peace the Palestinians that has to be overwhelmingly clear. A group the government's the Zionist red led government. That's stolen this from the very beginning. That should really bother you. The fact that our government. If you're an American is more than happy to maintain this manipulation at the expense of millions of people half of them children now. The former Palestinian airport of Asrat was discussed as the new site of a few Palestinian buildings under the trump plan. As well as it's one of the few plots of land left on us at the moment but Israel's plan is now to apparently on top of that other part to use up the whole of the airport neighborhood for this illegal settlement so not only. Are they taking this land? That's already earmarked for them. They're going to take this whole other area that's completely unused and take that as well because it's all meant for the Palestinians and we can't allow that to happen. It's just it's I don't understand how these examples can continue to pile up and people just continue. Ignore it you know. They actually call us racist or pointing out the fact that they're I mean they're directly violating the agreement and on top of that everything about zoo legal the UN is always maintained. It's illegal just everything about this is so obviously dishonest and yet we get cold liars. We get cold racist as we're fighting for people that it's it goes on and on and it does it bothers me. I'm sure you can tell. And to all those who claim that you know only anti-semites and terrorist oppose the lie of the century. Here's something that I hope wakes up is share with me before I went live. And the tweet says this is from channel thirteen news right in Israel about three thousand five hundred. People including many youths protested in front of Netanyahu's house and coaling and this is happening today calling for actions that ensure sovereignty in the West Bank. We'll visit that contrary to what we're always told. It says quote applying sovereignty will bring about a historic change in the people of Israel. This opportunity must not be missed. Risks must not be taken and wait for Elections. We demand deeds and not talk now. Interestingly enough now that I'm reading this I'm wondering to myself. Here's the video play for your quick Believe that was the one could you do? That's wrong article under which declared himself president. Daddy has expired last week. So maybe you guys can tell me because now that I'm actually reading this because the way this came across to me was that there are call. This is interesting. This is an interesting way to think about it because what I'm hearing ensure the sovereignty of West Bank. I'm thinking for the Palestinians right but we have Israelis that totally are arguing aggressively for them to take it right now so maybe I misinterpreted that you guys tell me what you think but it says applying sovereignty will bring about a historic change. Now the point is regardless is that there are a lot of people in Israel. Showed you numerous times. I have all of them listed right here. I could play them on a row of all the people in Israel that actively say that this is not okay that what's happening is wrong right that. They are actually stealing from the Palestinians that Zionism in and of itself is a is a is wrong is actually countered to Judaism. And that's what we have to understand. Is there a lot of people that disagree with this now? I'm actually interested to see what you guys think about that video because I now that I'm reading it. You take the the statement really either way but the bottom line is that we have to be able to see how dishonest and how illegal IDs in every sense of both words regardless of what they continued to shout us down with. I mean. There's just such a stark stark. An obvious difference between what is actually happening on the ground in numerous locations around the world everywhere really and what the Lapdog mainstream media tells you is going on. And what's taking place in Syria right? Now is a perfect example. The lies and disinformation from the mainstream media. It never ends. And the the these articles on the show you are just on just a loss for words almost like I can't believe so. The United Nations court Associated Press thousands fleeing Syria offensive. Kids dying in the cold. Which by the way comes from a specific report from one? I believe it was. Cnn reporter somebody on the ground just stating her opinion. Based there's no this is based on nothing but a statement of opinion by a reporter but nonetheless. The argument is just so. It's so horrible. Everybody look at so horrible. What's going on and it's sad that this is happening in general Syria which is all one hundred percent because of the illegal occupation stems from the US and Israeli and NATO focus of this country right. If that didn't happen none of this would be happening. They are Yo- Assad killing people know. That wasn't true they've we'd no. That's not true now lied about. Duma lied about the protests. They lied so if they didn't do this country. We'll be fine but they did so now that it's happening in Italy. You can't certainly can't circle back around and say well you better stop because people are being hurt. You didn't say that when you were invading. You didn't see that when you were bombing Raka. You didn't say that when you were bombing all of these different places that catastrophically too. I mean the amount of civilian casualties are unreal. We didn't hear the mainstream media screaming about that. Why not right? It's the the US the concern for civilian life when they want to as always and the best example to point out is we're talking about so screaming right now about Syrian lip. What about Yemen knocking on? Heaven's been going on forever. People people just talked about thirty civilians being killed him and they don't care about that. Where was the media about that? Where were these screaming wherever the cries for Saudi Arabia in the US government to stop do nowhere because the mainstream media doesn't care about these things they only care about using them against you? What about Afghantistan right? Seventy six day in Afghanistan almost all civilians almost entirely from US bombings. Why is that not being discussed? All worked willing to discuss apparently is allegations of people being killed that. We can't prove coming from White Helmets and high at Gerald Shaam the Syrian German for human rights. All of these things that are claiming things are happening beautifully without even video or confirmation but sure as hell they're willing to report it immediately but we can have video horrifying video of things happening and now don't care why because they're in places that they already we either that the they're committing or they already control it's disgusting. It's really disgusting for them to pretend like they care about these things. I mean even the UN is just as guilty the not the individual nation states but the leading the body itself. You know people like blanchette these different people that are willingly misleading people. Because they're the ones that won't say anything else you know. Let's we'll we'll screen out about this but will fail to really make a big point about other situations like like Afghanistan. They do say stuff but not stuff like that. Here's from the New York Times. It's like the end of the world really the end of the world. I mean this is. This is not as severe in my opinion Donna. Severe situation as Yemen or Gaza. These have been going on for years and are horrified. I mean we're talking about millions of people starving to death and him people being bombed on a daily basis and yes it lives horrifying but again it's because they allow their backed and armed extremists. That right now. Turkey is arming. You can see Turkey with people with Isis Patches. You can see hi Sean with Turkish outfits and Turkish tanks and Turkish minute. It's easy to see they obviously shuttled in all of these tanks and all these people with these videos are everywhere right into it. Live in very location that they all admit is completely controlled by. Tall Sean. Why is that not being discussed? Why are you openly supporting Turkey with his effort when it's obvious? They're arming the very people. That is obviously a terrorist organization that everybody admits Brett mcgurk said it is the last strongest al Qaeda Safe Havens. Nine eleven right. These are these are. Us officials are was and so the point is that none of that seems to matter. It only matters when you Syrian Russia. Start trying to take it back will. Then we have to defend al Qaeda because we can't let them take it Lib so we need to make up reasons to stop them right. I mean they're actually blaming in these. These articles the refugee crisis in its entirety on this current battle. Like just just up and popped up out of nowhere in Italy Bologne Right. I mean all of the refugees in Italy and elsewhere Syria and Iraq and Afghanistan et CETERA are due to US foreign policy again. It Lib the situation itself wouldn't exist if the US government had illegally occupied and invaded Syria or Iraq or Afghanistan or all the countries that are illegally occupying the refugee crisis. That happened the people that fled. There are because of that situation. You don't get to drive them there and then when you wash them flee when they're trying to take it back make it all about the people trying to take back what's rightfully theirs just inherently dishonest. Like everything else they're doing. I mean it's an indisputable fact that this has been caused by the illegal efforts of foreign policy led by the United States with a lot of other people involved and on top of that. I mean while we're watching Syria while people were crying about. Oh the the mainstream media won't stop talking about Russia and Syria are killing people everywhere. And they're bad guys and they're doing everything wrong even most of it's not true. Here's Israel they say. Oh we're going to step up our offensive action in Syria. We'RE GONNA turn Syria into a Ronnie. It'd be at Phnom Right. So we're so concerned about Syrians right but we owe in Italy Banal. It's so dad. And here's Syria. But our here's here's Israel's government bombing Syria all the time. Killing civilians actually now openly threatening to intensify their illegal offensive and just turn it into the next Vietnam. No one cares about that. No biggie right. Can't have Syria. Take back the land because it hurts. Syrians say right. Oh can't we better stop see? Syria can't take back Italy. You're hurting people. Maybe true but Israel can kill those same series because they are racist and against Iranians and Shiites as it's pretty clear and no one says a word about it the same around the same serious right so you either care about Syrian life or you don't. Israel can kill Syrian civilians on a daily routine basis. Let's say doesn't matter. You could allegations from the white helmets have faked do a false flag or carried it out. We'll take it at face value. That's a choice..

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"united nations court" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Hong Kong as L. government will yield to pressure to satisfy the so called political demands I'm making this statement Clea and loud here that will not happen today's violence is likely to further inflame passions in Hong Kong after a student who fell during an earlier protest succumbed to his injuries on Friday police arrested six pro democracy lawmakers over the weekend on charges of obstructing the local assembly during a raucous may meeting all have been freed on bail China's ruling Communist Party is also indicated it may try to find a way to enact anti subversion laws on the territory after such measures were shelved previously to the public opposition the general election call to end political deadlock in Spain has only deepened uncertainty about the future of the European union's fifth largest economy and raise the possibility of yet another ballot which would be the fifth in five years no party achieved a clear mandate to govern in yesterday's folk it was the second election in seven months and was intended to clear away the stalemate for the weeks or months of political jockeying now lie ahead incumbent prime minister Pedro Sanchez is left of center socialists captured the most seats one hundred twenty but that's for short of a majority in the three hundred fifty seat chamber that means the socialists will have to try again to negotiate deals with other parties if they are to govern the outcome also threw up a new road block support search for the far right vox party which was launched just six years ago they collected fifty two seats more than double it showing in the last election in April that makes it the third largest party in parliament behind the socialists and the conservative popular party which recover to collect eighty eight seats some analysts attributed boxes rise to nationalist sentiment stirred up as a result of mass protests by separatists in the region of Catalonia the protests have included recent violent clashes with police left left more than five hundred people injured today title on activists resume their protests by blocking a major highway crossing the border between France and Spain and promising to keep a close for three days French police pushed them back towards Spain and scuffles broke out Myanmar was accused today of genocide at the U. N.'s highest court for its campaign against the country's row hanga Muslim minority Gambia filed the case on behalf of the organization of Islamic cooperation lawyers asked to the international court of justice to urgently order measures to stop me on Mars genocidal conduct immediately Myanmar's military beginning murderous counter insurgency campaign against the row hanga and August of twenty seventeen response to an insurgent attack more than seven hundred thousand Rohingya fled to neighboring Bangladesh to escape what has been called an ethnic cleansing campaign involving mass rapes killing of civilians and the torching of homes and entire villages the case file to the international court of justice says that Myanmar's campaign against the row hanga are calculated to bring about physical destruction composing measures to prevent births enforceable transfers are genocidal in character because they are intended to destroy the row hanga group in whole or in part Myanmar had no immediate response me Albertini reports on Monday the Gambia filed a lawsuit against Myanmar accusing the Burmese government of committing a genocide against the routine give Muslims the document sites cases of ethnic cleansing mass murder rape and destruction of villages since the beginning of the twenty seventeen military crackdown more than seven hundred thousand world can give people have fled the country then president of the legal move might result on renewed pressure on Myanmar's authorities me all their teeth in Brussels the United Nations children's fund warns essentially essential humanitarian programs for hundreds of thousands of children in Syria will have to be cut because it does not have the cash with just eight weeks left until the end of the year the U. N. children's fund or UNICEF reports only fifty three percent of its two hundred ninety five million dollar appeal for twenty nineteen has been met ports that unless this major funding shortfall is urgently closed many children will be denied the lifesaving assistance they Sony UNICEF spokeswoman my Rixey marcato says they focus the for the focus cuts come at a particularly difficult time of the year UNICEF reports five point five million children across the country require assistance the agency is unable to help them all Americano noted it provides hundreds of thousands of Syrians of Syria's most vulnerable children the social services that can make the difference between life and death for many providing aid to children in this area has become more difficult since Turkish military forces invaded the Kurdish controlled region last month despite the increased security risks which limit freedom of movement UNICEF says the most serious obstacle to reaching children an urgent need is the lack of money this is the Pacific evening news on KPFA Berkeley cake if que Los Angeles KFC F. Fresno with next renewal I'm Eileen elf in Derry the house intelligence committee holds the first public impeachment hearings this week yes they will carry the hearings and analysis makes you just the rich will host fresh from his return from Washington DC day one Wednesday seven AM the top U. S. diplomat in Ukraine William Taylor and career state department official George can't testify on Friday it's the ousted U. S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie of on of it listen live KPFK ninety four point one FM and KPFA dot org the lives of hundreds of thousands of undocumented young people brought to this country as children hang in the balance is the U. S. Supreme Court prepares to hear a case on their fate tomorrow three cases challenge president trump's decision to end the daca program deferred action for childhood arrivals it's an Obama era program that aim to bring out of the shadows people who've been in the U. S. since they were children and in many cases have no memory of any home other than this country two years ago less than eight months after taking office trump announced he would end Dhaka the then Attorney General Jeff sessions determined doctor to be unlawful the argued president Obama didn't have the authority to adopt it in the first place immigrants civil rights groups universities California and other states quickly sued courts put the administration's plan on hold it goes before the US Supreme Court tomorrow another of president trump's anti immigrant policies gets a hearing tomorrow in San Francisco before the ninth circuit court of appeals the ACLU is representing the Sierra Club and the southern borders communities coalition in their lawsuit against president trump's attempt to use two and a half billion dollars and on authorized to military funds to build his border wall also with the ninth circuit tomorrow the city of Oakland the Sierra Club and others will appeal a lower court decision that struck down Oakland's ban on the storage and handling of coal at a west Oakland terminal developer Phil to go on these sued the city after the council voted for a ban on handling coal in twenty sixteen he wanted to ship tons of Utah coal through Oakland to Asia every year the council and its environmental and community allies said the shipments pose a health hazard and would contribute to dangerous global warming emissions the guardian is reporting that Donald Trump juniors of parents Sunday at UCLA to talk about his new book on liberals and free speech was marked by an argument between him and the audience over why he would not take questions members of the audience of about four hundred fifty people reportedly vocally angry that trump junior and his girlfriend former fox news personality Kimberly Guilfoyle the client to take questions because of time constraints trump was at UCLA to promote his new book triggered how the left thrives on hate and wants to silence us the paper says and after initially being greeted with shouts of the USA when he first appeared on the stage of a lecture hall members of the audience eventually turns allow order openly hostile chance of Q. NA Q. NA after they were told he would not take questions listen.

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Myanmar Genocide Lawsuit Is Filed at United Nations Court

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Myanmar Genocide Lawsuit Is Filed at United Nations Court

"Myanmar was accused today of genocide at the U. N.'s highest court for its campaign against the country's row hanga Muslim minority Gambia filed the case on behalf of the organization of Islamic cooperation lawyers asked to the international court of justice to urgently order measures to stop me on Mars genocidal conduct immediately Myanmar's military beginning murderous counter insurgency campaign against the row hanga and August of twenty seventeen response to an insurgent attack more than seven hundred thousand Rohingya fled to neighboring Bangladesh to escape what has been called an ethnic cleansing campaign involving mass rapes killing of civilians and the torching of homes and entire villages the case file to the international court of justice says that Myanmar's campaign against the row hanga are calculated to bring about physical destruction composing measures to prevent births enforceable transfers are genocidal in character because they are intended to destroy the row hanga group in whole or in part Myanmar had no immediate response me Albertini reports on Monday the Gambia filed a lawsuit against Myanmar accusing the Burmese government of committing a genocide against the routine give Muslims the document sites cases of ethnic cleansing mass murder rape and destruction of villages since the beginning of the twenty seventeen military crackdown more than seven hundred thousand world can give people have fled the country then president of the legal move might result on renewed pressure on Myanmar's authorities me all their teeth

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"united nations court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reports from Hamburg, Germany, that some of the parties, who have traditionally dominated the parliament face challenges, in this election, the EU parliament has long been governed by a coalition of parties on the center, left and center. Right. But with centrist party, seeing lower poll numbers in many EU countries. It's possible that the balance of power could look different on Monday morning at a rally in the northern German city of Bremen's candidate cutting barley is making her final pitch to voters. She's the leading EU parliament candidate for Germany's centre-left social Democratic Party barely tells the crowd that the rise of far-right nationalist parties and Brexit have only highlighted the importance of European unity. She says that Europe can be taken for granted and says, Germans must get up off the couch and fight for it. The final polls close on Sunday, American and here news Hamburg. Russia has been ordered by United Nations court to release two dozen Ukrainian, sailors, and three ships that's been holding since November Teri Schultz reports Moscow boycotted the proceedings and rejects the ruling from the maritime tribunal judges at the international tribunal for the law of the sea ruled nineteen to one with only the Russian judge dissenting that the Kremlin had no right to seize the sailors near the Kirch straight off the coast of Crimea. The region annexed by Russia in twenty fourteen most countries, consider the straight international waters. But Moscow says the Ukrainian ships violated its border, and it's prosecuting the sailors the Russian foreign ministry reacted to the ruling by repeating its contention. The tribunal doesn't even have jurisdiction over the matter. Judges rejected Ukraine's requests to order Russia, to drop the criminal case. Case, both the US and the European Union have called on Moscow to release the sailors ships. Washington has imposed sanctions over the incident for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. And you're listening to NPR news from Washington. From kqed news in San Francisco. I'm. Thousands of people move through San Francisco International airport, every day among all the hugs and smiles on Friday, one family gotten a rival years in the making he anesthesia was there. Fire day Heydari nervously stands at the international arrivals gate, alongside her mother and lawyer waiting for her brother Gerard, her brother has received one of the precious waiver exceptions to the ban affecting millions of Muslims from five countries.

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"united nations court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Three three one zero one. Out of five weekend. Interesting weekend. I did. Anyway, a lot of work to do preparing for. An event that ground zero is part of actually I'm going to be a part of it's called the heavens are shaking event. I don't know if you've heard about this. I've said I've been wanting to talk about it. But it's a planet x conference that's happening in blue hios happening Saturday, maybe eleven at no it's event venue. That's six to seven tech would circle and blue show. Hi, oh, you can go to event bright dot com. Tickets thirty nine dollars, bright dot com. We speaking there was several other speakers. And of course, pastor Paul Begley will be there as well to speak. So it's pretty major thing for us to go in that area because we can bring it a whole lot of people from not just high with the surrounding areas when it come by and take part of this event. So I've been preparing for that putting together some ideas on I wanna speak about and I've got about three or four days to put together. Mytalk. What I wanna do is the first time I've had a huge, I did speak at the UN in San Francisco about Chem trails while back that was awesome. And I'm hoping that the crowds in Ohio are just as responsive to what we're going to talk about at the heavens are shaking conference planet. X Saturday eleventh that'll be five days now actually knows venue at one six to seven tech would circle blush. Ohio tickets thirty nine dollars. Even event bright dot com. Not even event bright, that's WWW dot event. Bright dot com. And so all the work going into this at all the study and. It was interesting that a lot of things that I talk about things. I studies seemed to be synchronous with other hosts with other people out there that are trying to get the word out. And one of the what am I good friends and colleagues in the businesses Ryan Gable who has a show called the secret teachings, and it's on fringe FM. What network what network it's on? It's on fringe FM. Actually, fringe FM network on talk stream live just go talks reminding pick up on this show, and he calls me. And he says what do you know about the plague drills happening in the Pacific northwest? And I thought yeah, I heard about them that I didn't put much thought into it. Because I you know, I just figured we've been pumped bartered, we'll all sorts of stories about diseases and measles measles. Big measles outbreak. Took place here the Pacific northwest, actually, Washington and some save it. The patients hero showed up at a trailblazers game. And gave everybody the measles, California. Of course, plagued with the measles measles. Our big story. But the idea of the black plague the idea of the black death being a factor here where they want to do some sort of a. Drill a tabletop exercise for the black plague. I thought wow, what's this about? So I did some research and found it was just a way that they can mass distribute. Antibiotics for something like this. And I'm thinking, okay, that's interesting. And we've always worried that if drills take places because they're preparing for the big thing. Right. And just last week. Of course was the NASA European Space Agency getting together and have their massive tabletop exercise drills about giant space rocks. And and the head of the of now sub Breitenstein said something in fact, he says well in our lifetime. We're going to be saying an asteroid hit the planet, and we can't made right? And I kinda talked about well, you know, asteroids are interesting because you know, they've been saying that diseases can hit you right on asteroids. Viz can hitch a ride on all these things? And who knows maybe we will have something at the planet. We were going through Haley's comet the Commodore that we work in a little scared thinking, maybe something's going to happen and tells her maybe something did happen, and they're not going to tell us. And then another story comes out over the weekend in twenty twenty nine. A massive asteroid called nine nine nine. Four two apotheosis will fly past our planet at approximate distance of nineteen thousand miles within the distance of some orbiting spacecraft, even though this is expected occur ten years. From now NASA, the asteroid research community are taking action now the plan accordingly April thirty of the asteroid, which is one thousand one hundred ten feet in width is the main topic of the session, the twenty nineteen international kademi of astronauts planetary defense conference in college park, Maryland, scientists discussed potential of survey ship strategies, exploration, missions and encounter preparation. And of course, that was reported last week killer asteroids, of course, we're the topic. And of course, one of the what the I guess the scenarios they were simulating was that a killer asteroid flattens New York City. And then of course, the university of California Santa Cruz, they had a simulation that took place where an asteroid hits the ocean creates NAMI. So we have asked. Freud's and diseases and all these other plans and photos, and I mean, you know, it's been a great couple of weeks for ground zero reporting these things well today, sworn I woke up and the drudge report actually offered a headline about a new United Nations global assessment that reads like a doomsday report, you'd find on a website created by some hellfire cult leader that continues to move your sex ration- day to get converts to his ministry, and it's really bizarre because they were saying this global assessment that wildlife and habitats are declining actually declining it unprecedented rate worldwide, which directly threatened even beings. And that's that's what the study saying another doomsday report up to a million species of plants and animals are at risk of extinction. A greater number than ever before and human history could vanish within decades. According to report now, scientists are warning the natural world is deteriorating faster than ever as a direct result of human activity. Eroding the very foundations. That's in quotes, the very foundations of economies livelihoods, food, health and quality of life worldwide. Now Cording to their assessment, this is the United Nations court of the United Nations assessment, huge transformation is needed across the Connie and society to protect and restore nature which provides people with food medicines and other materials crop, pollination freshwater and the quality of life without such transformational change, but damage will continue to worsen up to twenty fifty and beyond pose a direct threat to human well-being around the world. And this once again comes from the United Nations study, and it also according to this. It will also undermine existing global efforts to tackle poverty and hunger, improve health and curb climate change every time I hear the words curb climate change. I hear that all the time I need to curb climate change. And every time I hear it. I can't help but hear this loop, but echoes with Erie music and thoughts of the. Earth sizzling and watching people collapsed in the streets. I also wonder about what magic panacea exists that the United Nations has but doesn't include a new world order in new green economy. I mean, the new green deal the new green economy, the idea of the smart city, everything just comes to mind when I hear about this whole thing about climate change. And how they curb it not to them. I think that. Having this type of government. Which all everything? But it's also interesting to know about why we're being told that with all of our advancements, all the things we've invented all the things we have right now, we are now on the verge of extinction. Now, I know that global pollution. I know that toxins I know that all these things can destroy. We know this, okay. But I just don't understand. How we go from being a many other groups have survived. Survive there. You know, these types of calamities, I mean, it can be said that we're on the verge of a perfect storm of calamities including earthquakes famines, flooding and drought. As a never ending cycle on this violent planet, even though mankind has adopted too many of these events throughout time. But it appears now that is Vance as we are the twenty first century. We're told that we're about to meet our demise. And this has been repeated over and over and over again in the frame narrative. We are reminded every day. But we're watching the climate change, and that severe weather is the result of our industrial age. And we were told that the planet is heating up. Was triggering feedback loop of runaway climate change. I if this continues, we're told we're told at this continues, we can kiss most of our civilization goodbye. Technocrats are telling us that scorching heat waves and cataclysmic fires. Will spark food riots famine and mass migrations of millions that explosion insects trigger widespread? Outbreaks of typhus, cholera, yellow, fever, danke fever malaria, and a long list of dormant or even novel pathogens unleashing epidemics, reminiscent of the black death. Which killed has been two hundred million people in the fourteenth century back to the idea. Why tabletop exercise the Pacific northwest about the black death and the distribution of antibiotics that may not even work? Against this terrible disease. And not only that. But you know, they tell us that, you know, metropolises like big cities are going to become watery ghost towns picture, Manhattan. Picture Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Brazil underwater. And what we have after that or. Sparsely populated colonies of hearty survivors, who he got a vampire like subterranean existence emerging only at night when the temperatures get low triple digits, or this is how -rageous it is like some strange futuristic, devastating dystopia or some sort of apocalyptic ending that paints a bleak picture now. Why would they be painting this bleak picture to scare you because well where do you get into why they're doing this? We're going to get into just some of the things you may not know about when it comes to creating a a discussion or some sort of dialogue with regard to end the world type scenarios, and what the solutions are simply giving in to a government. That's going to focus.

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"united nations court" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Court decided that Milosevic was guilty over five period of detaining executing emerging and then burying the bodies of these innocent men Amboise, it's particularly striking watching this very modern footage of of separation and and run up to genocide, but melodic himself was actually in hiding for over a decade. And was finally captured. How was he caught a that's an interesting question. So he was in nineteen ninety five just off to the shepper needs genocide, and he went into hiding, though, he was kind of hiding in plain soy. He was protected by confers powerful groups, particularly by the Serbian government. And so the government web PETA handed over to the international thirties and then gradually his support wains over a period of years, and he went into hiding proper became very sick. And I think the turning point came when Serbia wanted to joy in the year and one of the conditions joining the European Union was that they handed madij IVA. And that's how he ended up in the Hague. What did, you know about TTL Yugoslavia Serbia melodic all this before he began working on this film? So I was fifteen when the conflict in Bosnia started. And I I think fifteen years old is when you start to coming aware of the outside world and the conflict in Bosnia was a conflict, which was very visible on television screens in in the whole of Europe. And I certainly remember seeing those images of frightened refugees and seeing those horrific images of men behind Bob war. I come from a Jewish background. And so I was aware of the holocaust. And I think those images of the holocaust for million certainly had an impact also vaguely aware of someone cooed itchy was kind of powerful and instrumental faker within this conflict, but after university I actually went to work for human rights organization which specialized in trying to raise. Awareness of genocide and genocide prevention, so I became even more familiar with what happened in Bosnia during the knowing as and latch as a consequence, and I left human rights to make films precisely like this one. I was always interested in issues of accountability injustice. So when we finally managed to get access to the tribunal. It really felt that we were making a really important and not just historic globally relevant fell. You have access the UN international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia ICTY, what made you decide to follow this trial specifically, so I was actually working at the BBC at the time that madij was arrested in two thousand eleven and an executive producer who was kind of senior manager on the day that large was arrested approach me. And I think he knew about my background working for human rights organization and suggested joint. Access to the trial and slightly kind of skeptical about whether or not United Nations court was going to be prepared to throw in that doors, and our cameras in particular in such a significant and important trial and after about a year of negotiation with the tribunal. They're funny allowed us to start filming. And we're very fortunate that the lead prosecutors in the case open, and we're very proud of what they were doing. And and it was only when we started filming the statements that we met with defense. I'd sent him for his emails. Branko luca. Choose the defense lawyer, I sent him various emails, which he he hadn't responded to and I managed to kind of corner him in the Trump, you know, and that make an arrangement to go and have a meeting with him. And I said to him I made the proposition we'd like to make this film. We feel that if we to make him bow trolleys incumbent upon us to tell both sides, both narratives, and that's what we. Tended to do in this case. And thankfully, he also saw the value in that. I think it's one of the things that was particularly striking to me about this film, which is that a film, which is about genocide and and crimes against humanity that you really do get into the minds of both prosecutors.

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"united nations court" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"united nations court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For other news emergency officials warned the historic flooding that devastated parts of the US midwest is far from over. They said, fresh rain and melting snow will drive the flooding south down, the Missouri. And Mississippi rivers, meanwhile, half of Iowa's ninety nine counties are already under emergencies. And in Nebraska, the estimated damage has topped one billion dollars. Governor Pete Ricketts asked for patients today, we know this is going to be a months-long recovery. Just from the public infrastructure side. Replacing a bridge is not something that's quick and easy. So this is something that we're going gonna ask the patients of the people in a Brask as we go through this down river the state of Mississippi. Declared an emergency and anticipation of floods to come several small towns in Missouri began evacuations and forecasters also predicted major flooding for parts of Kansas and Arkansas in New Zealand funerals began today for victims of last Friday's massacre at two mosques in Christ Church where the killings took place. Hundreds gathered at a park to pray before they carried coffins to burial sites and students performed a traditional may ori- haka in tribute to the fifty victims prime minister, just send our Dern was there and she promised quick action on new gun laws. We have a large number of loopholes in laws Amini New Zealand is would be standard to know that you can XI's military South Sydney automatics in the way that you can hear there are a range of things that need to be fixed. And I guess if I was saying you telling was a blueprint for anything in some ways, it's a blueprint what not to do. An Australian man is charged in the shooting. Today. Turkey's president Taya Erta Juan portrayed. The attack is part of a broader attack on Turkey and the Muslim faith also charged that Australia and New Zealand join in a World War, One attack on Turkey out of opposition to Islam leaders of both nations sharply criticized his remarks Australia announced today that it is cutting the number of immigrants it except annually. By nearly fifteen percent. The total will fall from one hundred ninety thousand to one hundred sixty thousand prime minister, Scott Morrison also said that many new arrivals will be barred from living in large cities. The moves are in response to public discontent over congestion and housing prices. A United Nations court has upheld the convictions of former Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic and increased his sentence to life in prison carriage had appeal the 2016 convictions and forty year sentence for genocide. And other crimes during the Bosnian war in the nineteen nineties in Bosnia today relatives of Muslim men killed by Serb forces erupted in applause ruling came down the court met in the Netherlands back in this country. President Trump says that he is looking forward to special counsel Robert Muller's Russia report, as you left the White House today, the president criticized the process that said he hopes the Justice department will make the findings public. Let it come out. Let people see it that's up to the attorney general. I got sixty three million votes. Somebody just writes a report, I think it's ridiculous. But I want to see the report Muller has been investigating Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and allegations that the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow, the president also stepped up his assault on the late Republican Senator John McCain today in Ohio he complained that he approved the. Official procedures for the senator's funeral and stayed away from the service as the McCain family wanted. But he never got. Thank you now, ever Republican Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia said the president's recent remarks were deplorable and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell tweeted that McCain was quote, a rare patriot and genuine American hero. The Federal Reserve has has announced that it will hold its benchmark interest rates steady probably for the rest of this year policymakers at the central Bank took that stance today as they forecasts slower economic growth that chair Jerome Powell said the goal is to stay flexible. I think we're in a good place right now, which is being patient. We're watching we we don't see any data pushing us to move rates in either direction, and we're going to watch carefully and patiently as we allow. Events to evolve. And when they do clarify, we will act appropriately Powell said the feds overall outlook remains positive and that he thinks the slowdown in growth is temporary. The European Union fine. Google one point seven billion dollars today for antitrust violations. It was a company's third major fine in Europe since two thousand seventeen now totaling some ten billion dollars. In this latest. Case regulators rule that Google Bardot's rivals from placing ads on sites that use its add sense service. Disney has finalized its takeover of FOX's entertainment divisions in a deal. Valued at seventy one billion dollars in houseman paves the way for Disney to launch its own video streaming service later this year, but the acquisition is likely to mean layoffs for thousands of workers as the company access redundant positions. And on Wall Street, the news on interest rates. Did little to pump up stocks. The Dow Jones industrial average lost one hundred and forty one points to close at twenty five thousand seven forty five. The NASDAQ rose five points and the S and P five hundred slipped. Eight still to come on the news.

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"united nations court" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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04:49 min | 2 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Rush hour. vantage fires all around. Paul new-. Be riding down. When. Trivia to western country that gene Autry ran down the canyon. And we heard the Stanley brothers doing mountain dew that great guitar picking with by Bill. Napier usually played the mandolin because he was doing some mandolin style picking on the guitar. Hopefully, enjoy today's show and thanks for sticking with us. And hope you listen to Johnston show next week for the last three hours you've been listening to back to the country on wwl RTFM eight or nine point nine in Madison Wisconsin, thanks again to Jiang for the great engineering will be saying you later so long for now. Bye. Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news, the president of the European Council. Donald tusk said he believes e you leaders would grant assured extension to the Brexit process on the condition that Britain's parliament voted to approve the deal governing its withdrawal next week. Speaking a day before an E U summit. He wouldn't commit to how long such an extension would be. We have reacted with patience and goodwill to numerous stones of events. And I am confident that also love not lock the same patience and goodwill at this most critical point in this process. He said the British Prime Minister Theresa May's preferred data the set of June raise legal and political questions Britain is currently due to leave the EU in nine days time. The wartime leader, the Bosnian Serbs Radovan Karadzic has been told to have to spend the rest of his life in jail after judges as United Nations court in the Hague increased his sentence on appeal the seventy three year old sat impassively as the court told him his original forty year sentence did not reflect the gravity of his crimes. These included the genocide of Bosnian Muslims at strawberry. Nitsa the massacre there about eight thousand Muslim men and boys was the worst slaughter in Europe. Since the second World War. The UN human rights. Commissioner has condemned. Venezuelan security forces for their crackdown on peaceful protestors, Michelle bachelor, et cetera office has documented two hundred and five deaths last year. Imaging folks reports Michelle Basch said she was deeply concerned by what she called the criminalization of peaceful protest in Venezuela, you and human rights investigators have documented multiple violations by the security services, including arbitrary detentions killings and torture. She also expressed concern at the effects of economic sanctions shortages of food medicines and electricity were hitting the most vulnerable hardest and sanctions she suggested maybe making the crisis worse. The European Commission has fined Google nearly one point seven billion dollars the breaking antitrust rules. This is the third time that a large fine has been imposed on Google by the EU. Here's our. Technology correspondent Rory. Kathleen jones. The European Commission says Google has a dominant position in online advertising and is used that to shut out rivals. It supplies a search function too many websites delivering the adverts that run alongside the results. But the commission says Google imposed contractual restrictions on sites preventing them from using rivals such as Microsoft or Yahoo. The competition. Commissioner Margarita, Victoria, said the company had engaged in illegal practices to cement its dominant position. You're listening to the latest world news from the BBC. According Pakistan has sentenced a check modeled nearly nine years in prison for trying to smuggle heroin out of the country. Twenty two year old terrorism Khruschev was arrested at Lahore airport in January last year with more than eight kilos of heroin and high baggage she's insisted it was put there without her knowledge. The international Red Cross in the Mozambican city of Beira has warned that sounds of people. Are still waiting on rooftops and trees to be rescued from the floods that followed Sidonie die. A spokeswoman told the French news agency the time was running out. And they were having to prioritize children pregnant women and the injured communications.

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US terminates 1950s treaty with Iran after court orders ease in sanctions

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00:54 sec | 3 years ago

US terminates 1950s treaty with Iran after court orders ease in sanctions

"After a United Nations court said a treaty requires the US to lift sanctions on humanitarian goods for Iran. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said Washington was going to terminate the treaty. The ratings have been ignoring it for off long time. We ought to pull out of it. A decades ago Pompeo said the administration would proceed with sanctions enforcement with existing exceptions for humanitarian and flight safety transactions. The Trump administration is planning to tighten sanctions on Iran next month.

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"united nations court" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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01:57 min | 4 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Along with two teammates for shoplifting during president trump's recent asia trip they were released after trump says he discussed the situation with chinese president xi jinping but balls father lavarra has minimized trump's involvement in public statements in a series of predawn tweets trump uses capital letters to say it was me who got the players out he adds lavarra he could have spent the next five to ten years during thanksgiving with your son in china he concludes ungrateful fool with an exclamation point ben thomas washington three people are still missing eight were rescued when a navy plane crashed in the western pacific on off okinawa the plane was bringing passengers and cargo from japan to the aircraft carrier the uss ronald reagan a suburban chicago man is facing federal charges alleging he stole guns and assault rifles from a trading a train yard last year in chicago this is ap radio news a united nations court convicted former bosnian serb general ronkko milosevic of genocide and crimes against humanity he was sentenced to life in prison for atrocities during bosnia's war they'd ride alhussein is the united nations high commissioner for human rights nuggets the the pitching me of evil at his conviction is the epitome of what international justices all about the top bosnian serb leader described as a hero and a patriot now that robert mugabe is out as president in zimbabwe when he is emerson mona gagua being sworn in years the ap's andrew meldrum statecontrolled improperly broadcasting corporation reports on its website that the swearing in will be on friday that is not absolutely official it's still could be on thursday so if not clear but certainly it's going to be happening in the next few days when a goggled was fired his vice president earlier this month ed donahue ap radio news.

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"united nations court" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Along with two teammates for shoplifting during president trump's recent asia trip they were released after trump says he discussed the situation with chinese president xi jinping but balls father in the var has minimized trump's involvement in public statements in a series of predawn tweets trump eases capital letters to say it was me who got the players out he adds lavarra he could have spent the next five to ten years during thanksgiving with your son in china he concludes ungrateful fool with an exclamation point ben thomas washington three people are still missing eight were rescued when a navy plane crashed in the western pacific on otto canal at the plane was bringing passengers and cargo from japan to the aircraft carrier the uss ronald reagan a suburban chicago man is facing federal charges alleging he stole guns and assault rifles from a trading a train yard last year in chicago this is ap radio news a united nations court convicted former bosnian serb general ratko milosevic of genocide and crimes against humanity he was sentenced to life in prison for atrocities during bosnia's war they'd ride elhussein is the united nations high commissioner for human rights nuggets is the epitome already role at this conviction is the following it's a national justices about the top bosnian serb leader described wattage as a hero and a patriot now that robert mugabe is out as president in zimbabwe when is emerson mona gagua being sworn in years the ap's andrew meldrum state controlled in bob wait broadcasting corporation reports on its website that the swearing in will be on friday that is not absolutely official it still could be on thursday so if not clear but certainly it's going to be happening in the next few days when a goggled was fired his vice president earlier this month ed donahue ap radio news.

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RobinLynne

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"united nations court" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Along with two teammates for shoplifting during president trump's recent asia trip they were released after trump says he discussed the situation with chinese president xi jinping but balls father lavarra has minimized trump's involvement in public statements in a series of predawn tweets trump uses capital letters to say it was me who got the players out he adds lavarra you could have spent the next five to ten years during thanksgiving with your son in china he concludes ungrateful fool with an exclamation point ben thomas washington three people are still missing eight were rescued when a navy plane crashed in the western pacific got off okinawa the plane was bringing passengers and cargo from japan to the aircraft carrier the uss ronald reagan a suburban chicago man is facing federal charges alleging he stole guns and assault rifles from a trading a train yard last year in chicago this is ap radio news a united nations court convicted former bosnian serb general ronkko milosevic of genocide and crimes against humanity he was sentenced to life in prison for atrocities during bosnia's war they'd ride alhussein is the united nations high commissioner for human rights luggage is the epitome all evil and his conviction is oh following it's a vessel injustices all of the top bosnian serb leader described wattage as a hero and a patriot now that robert mugabe is out as president in zimbabwe when is emerson mona gagua being sworn in years the ap's andrew meldrum statecontrolled in bob way broadcasting corporation reports on its website that the swearing in will be on friday that is not absolutely official it's still could be on thursday so if not clear but certainly it's going to be happening in the next few days when a goggled was fired his vice president earlier this month ed donahue ap radio news don't miss kabila's black friday to her buster sale be one of the first six hundred minds receive a free giveaway doors open at five am can't wait to bells is now over the next giving day shuttered store that kabila's come.

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