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"university hong kong" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"No, I'm not convinced of that. Going on to say we should continue to investigate all hypotheses about that how the pandemic began. On dimensions that conservatives quick to point out the flip flop. Donald Trump administration anxious to point a finger at China, Mike Pompeo went so far as to say there was enormous evidence the disease have been created at the Wu Han Institute of Virology. Got to be careful with that word created right right? It was created by nature. All right, and then enhanced in the lab. I believe for the purposes of studying it. Yeah, That'd be my guest, too. Yeah, because they have a terrible problem with with that born corona violations in China. He should have said escaped from instead of created by, right, right. But Fauci is new quarter about not being convinced that covert 19 as natural origins is becoming part of what's a rather ostentatious change of heart within officialdom about the viability of the so called lab origin hypothesis through 2020 officials and mainstream press shut down most every discussion on that score. Remember, they silence the conversation because that was so dangerous and And it is untrue. We won't even let you talk about it. Well, that's good. You know, it's dangerous, jumping to conclusions about what a story is which in turn leads to carrying water for the Chinese Communist Party. That's brilliantly said Reporters were heavily influenced by a group of group letter signed by 27 Eminent Murali Gist Sin The Lancet last February. Can you imagine making a strong pronouncement about anything related to go over 19 last February? How responsible lettuce in which the authors said they quote strongly condemned conspiracy theories suggesting the covert 19 does not have a natural origin. That has nothing to do with the lab leak theory. Nothing. Our analyses clearly show that stars covert to is not a laboratory construct didn't claim it was. The consensus was so strong that some well known voices saw social media account suspended or closed for speculating about covert 19 having quote a lab origin. One of those was university Hong Kong for ologists, Dr Lehman Yon. Who was on Tucker Carlson's show after that appearance, politic fact gave the statement its dreaded pants on fire rating. About a half year later, the W. H O made a visit to China they left with many doubts from there came a procession of scientists demanding that the lab origin possibility be taken seriously, including a letter signed by 18. It's birds and science When the Wall Street Journal came out with the story that a previously undisclosed U. S intelligence report detailed three Wuhan researchers becoming sick enough to be hospitalized in November. 19. We talked about that yesterday. The toothpaste was fully out of the tube. There was no longer any way to say the lab origin hypothesis was too silly to be reported on That's not to say it's correct. But he says that's a relevant to the issue at hand. Despite what you might you might have been led to believe fact checkers don't exist to get things right. 100% of the time they're there is a threadbare last ditch safety mechanism which news organizations, employees a means of preventing public face plants. Yeah, man. Oh, man. I wish more people would pay attention to this because we should get You know, we should come up with the idea that we're gonna allow conversation around things that aren't known to try to get to the truth. That's the way it should work in a free market of ideas and everything I would say, Yeah, this is the culture free speech. Not not the First Amendment, not Congress shall pass. No law. It's the culture of the right to consider and discuss things critically important,.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on PR & Law

PR & Law

04:17 min | 6 months ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on PR & Law

"Kong. What's happening over there in In in canada daylight savings cam daylight saving right on. That's a big deal so you lost an hour of sleep right. I did and yet i gained an hour of sleep the same time cam and let me. Let me plane please. You know i was out for a lovely walk. He was a beautiful sunny afternoon and they came back and I should start cooking dinner and thought you know what gonna put my head down for five minutes and I woke up an hour later and ordinarily that wouldn't have been an issue but of course we lost an hour because the clocks sprung ahead and I i was kind of a ball and had to scramble to get dinner together. Yeah time but man man. There's really as you get older. And this is definitely like times where i feel like an old man but Where there are few things better in life than being able to squeeze in a nap on the weekend. I don't know about you but it it's it's just a glorious thing when yeah you know it's funny that you bring that up because i did that. This weekend actually had to wake up early on saturday to give a lecture at up. Poly university hong kong polytechnic university. Here on communications. I did about eighteen months ago and i was sort of a guest lecturer for communications class but to do so. Yeah i had to wake up early. It was over zoom because schools are not in session that way yet but. Yeah i mean because i was up early and it was a saturday and it was a three and a half hour for our class which is a long time to talk. Yeah when it ended. I had lunch and then i thought i'm tired. I'm gonna lay down and it was wonderful like i absolutely loved it. I i wish i could do it every day. Actually yes yes. The daily half would be incredible if such a thing was possible. Here things are getting tough again especially on the cova side you because You know i. I think i've said on this show a few times that we had basically no cases again for weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks and then you know suddenly one guy who had it went to a gym in central hong kong actually signs went to be more direct which has resulted in more than one hundred cases from this one sort of superspreader event and Because you know there's trainers that go from gym to gym and help people out and so it just spread like crazy and Even in mid levels now. Which is where i live. There's four here now. That are under complete lockdown. There's no people coming or going so it's right in my neighborhood now which is It's different again..

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"university hong kong" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the confrontation with Beijing. NPR's Emily Fang has been reporting on the new National Security law used to arrest him either, Emily Hey, Steve. What does Jimmy lies place in Hong Kong? He is one of the most visible critics of Beijing end of a national security law that was just passed in Hong Kong. He's entrepreneur and political firebrand to commands respect across generations in Hong Kong, because he's part of this older generation that helped build Hong Kong into a global economic hub. But today he has two sons and four executives who worked for him were arrested for collusion with foreign forces. We don't know yet what exactly they did to be arrested, But his arrest is a stark warning to Hong Kong's press corps. Hong's press Corps, though, is not the only political target these days in Hong Kong. Let's listen to some other sectors of civil society that had come under pressure from this national security law. As of last month. Hong Kong activist Samuel True is a wanted fugitive by the Hong Kong government. I called him earlier this week. I'm just having a regular Sunday on my couch doing into these on why I'm on set it on the list. Chu is a Hong Kong born American citizen and is based in Washington, where he lobbies American politicians to make it easier for Hong Kongers. Move to the US and costlier for China to Lim Hong Kong's promised autonomy. But under a new national security law Beijing imposed just over a month ago in Hong Kong Shu and five others who live abroad are wanted for secession and colluding with foreign powers. Because the law applies to anyone who commits offenses anywhere against Hong Kong. Chu is undeterred. We are advocating and working with influencing our own government's policy to our talk on and China and so we have nothing to be afraid of. In fact, this is sort of the most basic Constitutional rights I have is an American, but that's not what Beijing things. Beijing has long accused forces from the U. S and other Western powers of meddling in Hong Kong, and now it has a national security law to potentially prosecute such cases. Other targets Under the law. Four people, including a high school student, arrested last month for secession and 12 opposition candidates, the government banned from running and legislative elections, Hong Kong is now delayed by up to a year. Gwyneth Ho, a former journalist and now pro democracy activist, was one of the candidates band the reason obstructing government proceedings and thus opposing the new law order. Normal Democratic proceedings in the chamber, such as vetoing whatever lost or tried to voice dissent, were now afraid that it may be considered as violated. National security. Love education that all important tool for shaping young minds is also Pressure textbooks must now be reviewed by the Education Bureau for Content in violation of national security and activists and tenured professor was fired last month from his university. Hong Kong Professional teachers union says the last year 200 teachers cases opened up against them. That's after anonymous individuals reported comments in favor of anti government protests the teachers made on their private social media accounts. Can you in as a pro democracy lawmaker helping these teachers with legal assistance, he says Hong Kong's Beijing backed authorities want to neutralize Hong Kong's freethinking schools Do one Tio have more control over people's idea about world? How do you see you are especially the younger generation? The cities from mid Obl e Free willing Press Corps has also come into more constraints because Hong Kong police can now conduct search and seizures without a warrant. In the name of national security. Sharon Fast media law professor at the University of Hong Kong, explains. Under quote unquote exceptional circumstances, no judicial scrutiny will be applied. The police may simply seize on examine and inspect all of the information on your mobile phone or any electronic device. The police is new national security powers also allow them to request Internet service providers to censor content from the Internet. Some technology companies have already decided to leave Hong Kong altogether. Justin wants his engineering head tunnel there, which provides VPN services that shield the user's Internet traffic from prying eyes. In part by funneling that traffic through servers across the world, he decided to remove those VPN servers from Hong Kong after the National Security law, and if we look historically at encryption mechanisms that remain secure today. May not be so tomorrow. We've been listening to NPR's Emily Thing, and that reference to VPN. Emily makes me think about the way that people have to live in authoritarians societies that they want to be somewhat free. They have to go underground on the Internet in that way. Hong Kong didn't have to be that way. What are the implications of this arrest? It shows just how fragile freedom of the press and freedom of expression are, how quickly they can be dismantled because right now, Hong Kongers now faced the same difficult decisions that their compatriots and mainland China face, which is when you can self censor when you can speak out now that the political costs are so high in doing so the way that the national Security law is being applied also means that Hong Kong will continue to be a political flashpoint, but to the U. S and China so The U. S has sanctioned Chinese officials over Hong Kong today, China sanctioned 11 Americans over thes sections in Hong Kong so we will continue to see Hong Kong in the news and, unfortunately more instances of the law being applied to arrest people in Hong Kong and again the latest news here. Jimmy Lai, prominent publisher of pro democracy publisher in Hong Kong, has been arrested today in the newspaper that Iran was raided. NPR's Emily Fang is in Beijing. Emily. Thanks Steve New Zealand has gone 100 days without a locally transmitted cove in 19 case 100 days. But Prime minister descend a hard earned is telling people not to get complacent. We will almost certainly see cases here a game. That is not a sign that we have failed. It is a reality off this virus. But if and win that a cooze We have to make sure and we are that we are prepared. Still, New Zealand has done very well. So how did that happen? Geography and natural isolation is part of it. When you have an island nation that's not too large. It's easier to cut it off. But epidemiologist Brian Cox also points to New Zealand's early intervention. Once he realized it was a cluster of wayward really had to isolate people that were infected and Quarantine the risk of the people in that person's network. The country's recorded just over 1500 cases and 22 deaths from the pandemic. And with the virus under control for now, Radio New Zealand's Colin Peacocks, his life really is pretty normal. Shopping movies entertainment going to bars. We can dance as close as we like to each other and nightclubs. As late as we like, so everything is just fine in that regard, and business is carrying on as normal. The big difference is that.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

"This Saturday June. Six from ten am to two PM central time, and we also going to have the keynote speaker that event with us this evening, so the first event. Is focused on the pandemic threat. Of, a risk impacts associated with cove nineteen, and so of course whenever you talk about Global Risk in threats, you're GonNa talk about cybersecurity so I'm really excited to have these guests on with us this evening. If you want to register for the event, take a look and see the information online. It's Oh you dot Edu backslash price spec slash, Gret, S, for Global Risk Threats series. It's going be a great. It's going to be a great program I registered for the event. Myself and I'm definitely going to definitely gonNA tune in for the event. So. We're going to have three guests during our second segment of the show. After our first break, we're going to be super excited to have Chino in boat Lynn with us. So chairman is the CEO and president, of Paradis Partners, which is an analytics baseball concerning consulting firm. Focused on assisting companies in Cyber Security Resolution. Information Technology in digital marketing formerly. She was the vice president of IBM. Which is a multi? Billion Dollar Piano Organization as everybody knows. She was recruited to scale growth, and she has served in mobile chief marketing chief risk operational in board roles where technology is a key backbone across the consumer Internet Industrial Financial Services Energy and healthcare sectors. So, she formerly elected to six public and private boards. The she's been audited share. She's also has several risk leadership positions in several countries in the US Canada in Europe and she's recognized as one of the two thousand and nineteen top fifty board of directors in the US by the National Association of Corporate Directors currently serves as board of Director of Public Industrial and Consumer Company. and she's very well known and very well respected around the world in these these companies she's. Very good speaker, she's very. Recognized in the digital technology space, and that's why we're having her on today. She's one of the top one hundred CEO's in stem. As well as one of the most influential women in Silicon, valley which is very cool, he's also inducted into the hall of fame for women in technology, so a lot of Kudos, accolades here, folks very well respected. Through two thousand eighteen, she was a visiting professor in digital marketing technology includes ai data analytics cybersecurity at the joint. NBA Mba Program at Columbia University London School of Business University of Hong. Kong looked up his executive MBA. I strongly suggest you do so. If I was to go back, grab mine me two or three classes away from my MBA, l., but if I was. All over again and do something like this I would definitely choose this this program. is a lot of things attractive about this program. I love it especially because it's right here in new. York and it also works at the London. Business, school and university Hong Kong. She's very well known for thought leadership turning disruption. Opportunism assaulting financial results. She was invited to speak at various forums including the United. Nations British Chamber UBS in Dow Jones her doctorate is in computer based information systems in organizational change from the University of Houston So our third segment of the show, I'm very proud to have Dr Shad separate with us and Shad is the director of executive business programs in aerospace in defense at the University of Oklahoma. It's a star star-studded. Crew today folks so before joining the Ou gene ramble graduate school of business. Shad served as the Associate Dean for extended campus in assistant vice president for continuing education academic programs. He currently serves as the faculty advisor to the Ou Student Veterans Association. So Dr South weight is a colonel in the United States. Army reserves in served two tours in Afghanistan in support of operation, enduring, freedom two thousand, three, two, thousand four, and then again from two thousand eleven in two thousand twelve. He is assigned to the Army War College as a faculty instructor where he co teaches the defense planners course Dr Sethi has been named the Foundation for Defense for democracies academic fellow in. In the President's Distinguished Faculty mentoring program outstanding. Mentor, he also received you owe essays. Outstanding Faculty Award in his research focuses on political science public administration the media in voting behavior. Which of course we're going to talk to him about this evening because I talk a lot about cyber security in the elections. So this is very. You know this is very interesting to get his opinion on how this is playing out. He's got a PhD in political science. He's also got an MPA. He's got a masters in Strategic Studies from the US. Army War College is also has a be a political science or truly amazing American hero, and you're gonNA WANNA stick around for the entire show with us this evening. There's no cutting out early today. Trust me. So, our first guest we're GONNA. Kick off the show this evening. With none other than Thomas Fine. So Tom is a cyber growth leader with in Willis. Tower watsons Finnick cybersecurity practice in this role Tom. Advances the company's integrated approach cybersecurity aspects. Of of people, capital and technology risk, so tom previously worked as the chief strategy officer of our network security solutions. He also served as the senior cyber. Security Strategist in council with the Department of Homeland Security's national protection. Programs Directorate so while he was at dhs Tom. Led the agency. Cybersecurity Insurance Initiative in support of implementation of executive order, one, three, six, three six, improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity. So of course we're going to ask him about this and we didn't talk about cyber security insurance on the show for several different episodes. There's GonNa be really interesting to get his view someone who established that program in DHS when he was there, so. So do advance that effort. He created deitch cyber incident data and analysis, working group than private public engagement form that examine how a cyber incident data repository could help meet the information analysis requirements, the insurance industry and technical cybersecurity professionals, so tom previously served as the staff director counsel for the Subcommittee on intelligence information, sharing in terrorism risk assessment with the US. House Committee on Homeland Security. How cool is at here with US tonight? so He's a former general assistant, general counsel with the FBI in also served in private litigation practice. He's got his JD from the University of Minnesota Law School in a Ba from the University of Virginia. So I don't welcome our first tier one guests this evening. Former senior cybersecurity strategist with department, Homeland, security and current growth leader with Willis Towers Watson Fix Cyber Practice Mr Thomas Finding Tom. It's a pleasure to have you with US welcome to test seven radio. Hey thanks George thanks for having me today. Hey I want to talk a little bit about your experience over a d. h. s when you were cybersecurity strategies there and you took. An interest in cybersecurity insurance and I think you launched the initiative over there. What why has the federal? Government take. Taking, such interest in this cybersecurity assurance like what's the goal? What's the public policy here? Yes sure notes, so dhs has a fantastic mission. You know it's supposed to protect the nation's critical infrastructure from cyber and.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

"This Saturday June. Six from ten am to two PM central time, and we also going to have the keynote speaker that event with us this evening, so the first event. Is focused on the pandemic threat. Of, a risk impacts associated with cove nineteen, and so of course whenever you talk about Global Risk in threats, you're GonNa talk about cybersecurity so I'm really excited to have these guests on with us this evening. If you want to register for the event, take a look and see the information online. It's Oh you dot Edu backslash price spec slash, Gret, S, for Global Risk Threats series. It's going be a great. It's going to be a great program I registered for the event. Myself and I'm definitely going to definitely gonNA tune in for the event. So. We're going to have three guests during our second segment of the show. After our first break, we're going to be super excited to have Chino in boat Lynn with us. So chairman is the CEO and president, of Paradis Partners, which is an analytics baseball concerning consulting firm. Focused on assisting companies in Cyber Security Resolution. Information Technology in digital marketing formerly. She was the vice president of IBM. Which is a multi? Billion Dollar Piano Organization as everybody knows. She was recruited to scale growth, and she has served in mobile chief marketing chief risk operational in board roles where technology is a key backbone across the consumer Internet Industrial Financial Services Energy and healthcare sectors. So, she formerly elected to six public and private boards. The she's been audited share. She's also has several risk leadership positions in several countries in the US Canada in Europe and she's recognized as one of the two thousand and nineteen top fifty board of directors in the US by the National Association of Corporate Directors currently serves as board of Director of Public Industrial and Consumer Company. and she's very well known and very well respected around the world in these these companies she's. Very good speaker, she's very. Recognized in the digital technology space, and that's why we're having her on today. She's one of the top one hundred CEO's in stem. As well as one of the most influential women in Silicon, valley which is very cool, he's also inducted into the hall of fame for women in technology, so a lot of Kudos, accolades here, folks very well respected. Through two thousand eighteen, she was a visiting professor in digital marketing technology includes ai data analytics cybersecurity at the joint. NBA Mba Program at Columbia University London School of Business University of Hong. Kong looked up his executive MBA. I strongly suggest you do so. If I was to go back, grab mine me two or three classes away from my MBA, l., but if I was. All over again and do something like this I would definitely choose this this program. is a lot of things attractive about this program. I love it especially because it's right here in new. York and it also works at the London. Business, school and university Hong Kong. She's very well known for thought leadership turning disruption. Opportunism assaulting financial results. She was invited to speak at various forums including the United. Nations British Chamber UBS in Dow Jones her doctorate is in computer based information systems in organizational change from the University of Houston So our third segment of the show, I'm very proud to have Dr Shad separate with us and Shad is the director of executive business programs in aerospace in defense at the University of Oklahoma. It's a star star-studded. Crew today folks so before joining the Ou gene ramble graduate school of business. Shad served as the Associate Dean for extended campus in assistant vice president for continuing education academic programs. He currently serves as the faculty advisor to the Ou Student Veterans Association. So Dr South weight is a colonel in the United States. Army reserves in served two tours in Afghanistan in support of operation, enduring, freedom two thousand, three, two, thousand four, and then again from two thousand eleven in two thousand twelve. He is assigned to the Army War College as a faculty instructor where he co teaches the defense planners course Dr Sethi has been named the Foundation for Defense for democracies academic fellow in. In the President's Distinguished Faculty mentoring program outstanding. Mentor, he also received you owe essays. Outstanding Faculty Award in his research focuses on political science public administration the media in voting behavior. Which of course we're going to talk to him about this evening because I talk a lot about cyber security in the elections. So this is very. You know this is very interesting to get his opinion on how this is playing out. He's got a PhD in political science. He's also got an MPA. He's got a masters in Strategic Studies from the US. Army War College is also has a be a political science or truly amazing American hero, and you're gonNA WANNA stick around for the entire show with us this evening. There's no cutting out early today. Trust me. So, our first guest we're GONNA. Kick off the show this evening. With none other than Thomas Fine. So Tom is a cyber growth leader with in Willis. Tower watsons Finnick cybersecurity practice in this role Tom. Advances the company's integrated approach cybersecurity aspects. Of of people, capital and technology risk, so tom previously worked as the chief strategy officer of our network security solutions. He also served as the senior cyber. Security Strategist in council with the Department of Homeland Security's national protection. Programs Directorate so while he was at dhs Tom. Led the agency. Cybersecurity Insurance Initiative in support of implementation of executive order, one, three, six, three six, improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity. So of course we're going to ask him about this and we didn't talk about cyber security insurance on the show for several different episodes. There's GonNa be really interesting to get his view someone who established that program in DHS when he was there, so. So do advance that effort. He created deitch cyber incident data and analysis, working group than private public engagement form that examine how a cyber incident data repository could help meet the information analysis requirements, the insurance industry and technical cybersecurity professionals, so tom previously served as the staff director counsel for the Subcommittee on intelligence information, sharing in terrorism risk assessment with the US. House Committee on Homeland Security. How cool is at here with US tonight? so He's a former general assistant, general counsel with the FBI in also served in private litigation practice. He's got his JD from the University of Minnesota Law School in a Ba from the University of Virginia. So I don't welcome our first tier one guests this evening. Former senior cybersecurity strategist with department, Homeland, security and current growth leader with Willis Towers Watson Fix Cyber Practice Mr Thomas Finding Tom. It's a pleasure to have you with US welcome to test seven radio. Hey thanks George thanks for having me today. Hey I want to talk a little bit about your experience over a d. h. s when you were cybersecurity strategies there and you took. An interest in cybersecurity insurance and I think you launched the initiative over there. What why has the federal? Government take. Taking, such interest in this cybersecurity assurance like what's the goal? What's the public policy here? Yes sure notes, so dhs has a fantastic mission. You know it's supposed to protect the nation's critical infrastructure from cyber and.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"My water bottle away there it is I was really worried first they took your stereo to the geico insurance agency can help keep your personal property protected like if your roommate is only worried about her two dollar aluminum water bottle is a guy could have come to see how easy it is to switch and save on renter's insurance I need a little boost mobile my old phone is painful without a boost mobile I got an old phone it makes my life saying I feel so alone I'm switching the bulls didn't for phone for free yes Samsung galaxies but my whole family to boost mobile and get for free Samsung galaxy eight twenty phones on our super reliable superfast network with his mobile phone to new customers additional restrictions apply com for details conversations from Bloomberg television here is Heidi Stroud what's going to Hong Kong have not been to school since January as part of government measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus the latest return date is April twentieth without shut down could still be extended let's take a close look at how this is affecting families and schools we've birth penny is the founder of education consultancy top schools is in Hong Kong with us today Ruth what's been experience then of some of your clients and the people that you've spoken to have been in similar situations right so currently the schools remaining closed until at least twenty eight crow said that would have given us I think thirteen weeks of nice school you know whether or not the schools will re open the local university university Hong Kong announced yesterday that they will not resume in passing policies actually for this academic year now universities different from school but it remains to be seen whether or not that will impact the education bureau's decision on schools we really really hope not yet parents on a just and it directly parents have taking children to if they have a home country they have the option to take the bus the U. K. Australian using US Canada some **** I'm and I think the majority of parents honestly also trying to stick it out but it's really hard going here more interviews.

"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is a check of markets nineteen minutes past the hour a doctor has said all right right thank you after an intense weekend at polytechnic university Hong Kong police now to stand off with protesters trying to work out a way for them to leave without being forcibly removed South Korea U. S. joint military exercises have been postponed the idea to give more time for negotiations China has a sale the carrier strike group to Taiwan Strait it comes just days after a U. S. warships transited the region Taiwan's president assigned one saying that the pressure on the island will increase trying to threats trade war Hong Kong increasing tensions Nancy Pelosi vows to protect the whistle blower as a house readies for week two of the open impeachment in query president trump is asking Japan to pay about four times more a year to cover the cost of an ongoing U. S. military presence in the region foreign policy report global news twenty four hours a day on air in the tech talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Robert hi Celina thanks said we're back now from Jakarta with Jeff he leaves a senior market analyst at for Asia Pacific at a one day Egypt Pacific the Jeff we were just touching on Ali Baba's IPO in Hong Kong before the break so what exactly are the implications of that going to be for instance does it divert resources away from ten cent from mainland consumer stocks were going to be the knock on effects of that well first off the Alibaba looks like it's going to be massively artists across multiple times I actually think it emphasizes the importance of Hong Kong to China end date Hong Kong is China's gateway to the world as far as its counties writing ponds on international markets which all I'll China running a close capital account it's just not possible realistically bought mine and exchanges side I think this is very positive because it's actually a real fight a conference and the future of Hong Kong as a financial sees that and is beget white said nine nine China terms of the way the dollar has been behaving right now a lot's been wrapped up in the outlook for the fed perhaps of being on hold for some time what what's your outlook for the the interest rate environment right now Jeff you know I think would say most of the eighties in so now I think really a lot of central banks among so New Zealand pretty much exactly the same thing is with the last week they're going to wait and see what happens I think that Golightly central banks of ease the loss they'll want to see that movie through the system that'll so they don't want to fall I will be foolish to really than usual their ammunition as for example the title to completely break down and this tribal becomes out the new normal and they they are required to do more stimulus sorry I do believe right now that my central banks will be and I whitened say about and we're waiting for that one thing between China and the United States what do you think the Chinese economy needs more acidic trade reprieve or more stimulus we did see the P. B. O. C. in its recent reports say that they're going to really stick with a more targeted measured approach yeah I totally agree with that because when you look at the stimulus is that some central banks around the world I the last ten years since the G. F. C. we can see over priced valuations on exit boxes all over the world and I'm talking about property prices mostly in that respect and John is going to go out of its lights is to stop the same result heading to the same extent there so we will see more targeted stimulus I think the perspective we need here is that this interim trade deal it's only going to keep the lights on on the global economy it's not a comprehensive deal they reformed club will try and list that will guide look forward so I do feel that that Sean and it's probably a combination of bikes I need to get some sort of deal over the lawn for John industries but it is even with a denture deal going to have to look at doing top stimulus in two thousand and twenty and I'm sure they probably won't be aligned but on a relative basis do they have more staying power let's say than the U. S. and have markets under estimated the little China's resolve in getting what it wants out of a deal all right well I guess we have are icy cool to a few months would tell you that John it was ready to say to quite a few things I guess he does not believe all the publicity that comes out of Washington DC they certainly seem to have changed a negotiating tactic I'm not sure if China has as much five down as everybody thinks it does because it is still grappling with the huge they are the hang from its previous if it's either the last eighteen years sorry I think that's another reason driving is targeted stimulus to shore I don't think it's that you're really a win win for either side to be honest because I saw Jay via the either hangs on hanging out on the other hand you this government certainly does a trillion dollar deficits in corporate dates and China does with its banking system sorry I think the important thing and if they get picture is that they get some sort of agreement together a and the it and the world makes for alright Jeff Haley senior market analyst for each of Pacific at and Asia Pacific thank you so much for joining us all the way from chip card helping us through the twists and turns of the trade war still no deal in sight though the momentum is moving forward putting more head on Bloomberg daybreak Asia.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Bloomberg radio membrane Curtis live in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in Hong Kong so starting to see more green numbers on the screen is not least of which the hang sang index soaring now one point two five percent that's a three hundred twenty three point gain and I put it down to about four reasons and maybe a fifth if you consider that last on the fifth one being just a a good lead from Wall Street the P. B. O. C. stimulus that's one instead of trade deal that's a second also Hong Kong perhaps taking more resolute action to arrest the most violent protesters that may be encouraging some business and then as our guest mentioned some optimism over the Ali Baba share sale although sometimes that actually ties up liquidity in the marketing goes the other direction now we don't know for sure but we do see a pretty solid rally here CSI three hundred in China is up just a tenth of one percent so that's a far cry from the one point two percent the Nikkei is also higher this morning up about a third of one percent the SX two hundred trading down today about a half of a percent and install the cost is down about three tenths of one percent the P. R. C. conducted a seven day reverse repo operations at two point five percent from two fifty five and on Saturday China's central bank it come out and said that it would be increased counter cyclical adjustments to ward off downward pressure on the economy so I could be read by investors as a lot more stimulus coming and we had the MLF last week so that's another indication on the trade front New York times is reporting that the trump administration is getting ready to extend the license that will allow American companies to continue doing business with hallway that could be seen as a concession maybe brings a trade deal a little closer on the ten year one point eight two percent your price route fifty seven eight that is a check of markets nineteen minutes past the hour a doctor has said all right right thank you after an intense weekend at polytechnic university Hong Kong police now to stand off with protesters trying.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"At a joint news conference with his south Korean counterpart US defense secretary Marquess were said Sunday that the US and South Korea have indefinitely postponed a joint military exercise an act of good will toward North Korea we have made this decision as an act of good will to an environment conducive to diplomacy and the advance of the army's use of a China own video app called tick tock as part of a new campaign to recruit young people into the service is raising concerns on Capitol Hill Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer sent a letter to army secretary Ryan McCarthy asking about potential national security risks posed by the social media platform Schumer said national security experts have raised concerns about tech talks collection and handling of user data including personal information locations another content any noted the Chinese laws compel companies to cooperate with China's government and intelligence collection that is correspondent Jeremy house the White House rolling out new administration rules for price transparency in the health and health insurance industry the president introduced the rules Friday afternoon in the oval office route to announce two new actions implementing that order first we are finalizing the rule that will compel hospitals to publish prices publicly online for everyone to see and to compare so you're able to go online and compare all of the hospitals and the doctors and the prices of presidents as a second role require insurers to provide patients with online access to individualized estimates in advance for what they would out of pocket for covered services the president of university Hong Kong says a police agreed to suspend their use of force after an all night effort to flush out protesters occupying the campus the university president of Hong Kong polytechnic said that police will all protesters to leave the campus.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"S. in the Friday session that move here in the states of was powered by talk of the US and China being close to a partial trade deal now yesterday we were told negotiators from both sides spoke on the phone and from the China's perspective discussions were constructive now we're looking at the end holding steady against the dollar one oh eight eighty and the Nikkei is advancing about two tenths of one percent in Seoul the cost be down about a tenth of one percent and in Sydney the ASX two hundred weaker by about six tenths of one percent a lot to talk about on the subject of Hong Kong will detail that momentarily in a short while from now we're gonna get Hong Kong as the figures for unemployment and then later in the Asian session China will detail foreign direct investment and we're gonna get the Thailand GDP the trump administration is reportedly poised to again extend the license it would allow US companies to do business with wild way this would be incidentally the third time this would extension would be granted The New York Times saying it's contingent though on the state of ongoing trade talks we've got a a pull back in the office or Chinese you want after strengthening in the New York session on Friday by about two tenths of one percent the one seven five zero one one zero against the dollar weaker by about a tenth of one percent U. S. ten year treasury in the Tokyo session yielding one point eight two percent let's get some global news now AT Baxter's covering it all from the bluebird nine sixty news rumors San Francisco Eddie yeah this acquisition covering in great detail after intense weekend of polytechnic university Hong Kong police are not.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Think about performances in the past not going to sit here and live too much on this performance us about what I what we can do now how I can get better run a close his book in the next next points are very very good point so I've got to keep playing plan like this and put a team decision win games Prescott with a robust four hundred forty four yards and three touchdown passes other winners include the colts long with the bills seven and three for the first time in twenty years gains in progress in the second half patriots lead the eagles raiders over the bangles it's the cardinals leading San Francisco in answering BC Bloomberg world sports update breaking news twenty four hours a day business the Bloomberg business slash we at the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio thirty minutes before the top of the hour I'm Brian Curtis live in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio here in Hong Kong so we have this standoff out at Hong Kong polytechnic university and we're also seeing a stand up in the markets investors seem to be a little bit of fatigue you might say with the back and forth on US China and we're still waiting for some indication of any progress on phase one trade deal has mentioned the destruction of the scene in Hong Kong also playing into investor psyche nothing too dramatic this morning the SX two hundred is the one market it's down a little bit more it's off about six tenths of a percent and U. K. is slightly higher up less than a tenth of a percent cost trading down about a quarter of one percent not too much action with currencies either the Bloomberg dollar spot a slightly weaker the Dolly and one oh eight seven five in Chinese currency is a little weaker against the dollar the C. N. H. the off shore trading at seven point zero one two four against the greenback in some corporate news H. B. export unanimously rejected Xerox's unsolicited takeover proposal it said that the twenty two dollars a share offer is too low inside concerns about his small rivals prospects in the printing industry you on the ten year treasury note one point eight one percent WTI crude trading up a little bit of a tenth of a percent fifty seven seventy eight gold is steady at fourteen hundred sixty eight dollars and sixty cents a Troy ounce there was this note from the central bank in China on Saturday actually that it would increase counter cyclical adjustment to ward off downward pressure on the economy so that could mean a little bit more stimulus coming piecemeal keep a close eye alright that's check of markets let's get to the news desk in San Francisco all right Bryan included two after intense weekend at polytechnic university Hong Kong police now the standoff.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on WTVN

"Appear this week in the public impeachment hearings George silent who according to testimony from other witnesses played a key role in president trump's attempt to pressure Ukraine into investigating the bidens before releasing military aide said to testify this week and Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president pence who was on the Ukraine call will also appear Republican congressman Chris Stewart on this week with George Stephanopoulos downplayed the hearings I think the longer these hearing goes on I think the less American people are going to support impeachment because I think the evidence just doesn't support it Democrat Shaun Maloney responded what we're talking about here said the president of the United States used taxpayer funded military assistance to pressure a foreign leader to help him in his reelection campaign that is solicitation of a bride and that is an impeachable offense listed in the constitution new polls of the democratic presidential primary race show people judges leading the pack in Iowa and he's enjoying a bump in other polls the debates has served us well our speech at the dinner recently was another chance just to lay out what I think so many Iowans and so many Americans are looking for the judge in other democratic hopefuls are campaigning in California today president trump has issued pardons to to service members in cases his advisers warned it should be played out in the military justice system lieutenant Lawrence was convicted of what's being characterized as a war crime while he was deployed to Afghanistan he had been sentenced to nineteen years behind bars for ordering the soldier to fire at an armed Afghan motorcycles in twenty twelve no major Goldstein he was charged with the murder of an alleged Afghan bomb maker in twenty ten his case was set to go to court in February ABC's Stephanie Rameau's police have fired tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong who have barricaded themselves inside the university Hong Kong's anti government protests have continued for more than five months you're listening to ABC.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on KOMO

"Funded military assistance to pressure a foreign leader to help him in his reelection campaign that is solicitation of a bride and that is an impeachable offense listed in the constitution new polls of the democratic presidential primary race show people judges leading the pack in Iowa and he's enjoying a bump in other polls the debates has served us well our speech at the dinner recently was another chance just to lay out what I think so many Iowans and so many Americans are looking for the judge in other democratic hopefuls are campaigning in California today president trump has issued pardons to to service members in cases his advisers warned it should be played out in the military justice system lieutenant Lawrence was convicted of what's been characterized as a war crime while he was deployed to Afghanistan he had been sentenced to nineteen years behind bars for ordering the soldier to fire at an armed Afghan motorcycles in twenty twelve no major Goldstein he was charged with the murder of an alleged Afghan bomb maker in twenty ten his case was set to go to court in February ABC's step near almost police have fired tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong who have barricaded themselves inside university Hong Kong's anti government protests have continued for more than five months you're listening to ABC news stay informed como Sunday by mark Christopher now the top local stories from a couple twenty four seven news center Washington state officials in the body of a missing pilot's been found washes state department of transportation says a local resident finding the bodies Terry Coleman your Solomon lake that's in the northeast area of our state he flew out of a call will report on Monday is intended to be gone for about an hour his family notifying authorities when he didn't come back to Washington state management cents to twenty six years in prison for the beating death of a twenty day old son spokesman review reporting a Superior Court commissioner sentencing Eric Sherman for last year's drug fueled attack on his son Emmett the doctor told police it was one of the worst cases of child abuse he'd ever seen state officials monitoring that oil spill at that refinery and Anna quarters crew scrambling yesterday to contain that still at the shell Puget Sound refinery which occurred late Friday night it was unclear how much oil spilled but it turns out during the transferring of the five million gallons between the barge and refinery about five gallons made it into the water it's been contained and clean up observations continue this morning washers a patrol trying to track down the vandals to cause damage to the state capital the large light fixture was ripped off a building and shattered deficiency a knife was also found lodged in a door at the temple of justice that's where the Washington Supreme Court convenes detective now looking at some surveillance video to see if they can figure out who did it department working to make sure children in the city have a warm bed to sleep in the officers are volunteers help deliver two hundred beds for their beds for kids of van Seattle police say the start of.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Also appear Republican congressman Chris Stewart on this week with George Stephanopoulos downplayed the hearings I think the longer these hearing goes on I think the less American people are going to support impeachment because I think the evidence just doesn't support it Democrat Shaun Maloney responded what we're talking about here said the president of the United States used taxpayer funded military assistance to pressure a foreign leader to help him in his reelection campaign that is solicitation of a bride and that is an impeachable offense listed in the constitution new polls of the democratic presidential primary race show people judges leading the pack in Iowa and he's enjoying a bump in other polls the debates has served us well our speech at the dinner recently was another chance just to lay out what I think so many I want to so many Americans are looking for the judge in other democratic hopefuls are campaigning in California today president trump has issued pardons to to service members in cases his advisers warned it should be played out in the military justice system lieutenant Lawrence was convicted of what's being characterized as a war crime while he was deployed to Afghanistan he had been sentenced to nineteen years behind bars for ordering the soldier to fire at an armed Afghan motorcycles in twenty twelve no major Goldstein he was charged with the murder of an alleged Afghan bomb maker in twenty ten his case was set to go to court in February ABC's Stephanie Rameau's police have fired tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong who have barricaded themselves inside university Hong Kong's anti government protests have continued for more than five months you're listening to ABC news Arizona is a news station Katie a our on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic Katie air needs time it's eleven oh two I'm Amy pull a thirteen year old boy is in serious condition after accidentally being shot by his mom VS police say two men were in an argument outside their apartment when the boy's mom ran inside to get a gun to help break up the fight it happened yesterday afternoon near I ten and Van Buren the mother and one man is arrested they face assault and drug charges Katie a our eyes on the economy Chandler is now home to a massive manufacturing facility that protects our country's national defense Northrop Grumman cut the ribbon to.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Some highly anticipated witnesses are set to appear this week in the public impeachment hearings George silent who according to testimony from other witnesses played a key role in president trump's attempt to pressure Ukraine into investigating the bidens before releasing military aide said to testify this week and Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president pence who was on the Ukraine called will also appear Republican congressman Chris Stewart on this week with George Stephanopoulos downplayed the hearings I think the longer these hearing goes on I think the less American people are going to support impeachment because I think the evidence just doesn't support it Democrat Shaun Maloney responded what we're talking about here said the president of the United States used taxpayer funded military assistance to pressure a foreign leader to help him in his reelection campaign that is solicitation of a bribe and that is an impeachable offense listed in the constitution new polls of the democratic presidential primary race show people judges leading the pack in Iowa and he's enjoying a bump in other polls the debates have served us well our speech at the dinner recently was another chance just to lay out what I think so many I want to so many Americans are looking for the judge in other democratic hopefuls are campaigning in California today president trump has issued pardons to to service members in case is his advisers warned it should be played out in the military justice system lieutenant Lawrence was convicted of what's been characterized as a war crime while he was deployed to Afghanistan he had been sentenced to nineteen years behind bars for ordering the soldier to fire at an armed Afghan motorcycles in twenty twelve no major Goldstein he was charged with the murder of an alleged Afghan bomb maker in twenty ten his case was set to go to court in February ABC's Stephanie Rameau's police have fired tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong who have barricaded themselves inside the university Hong Kong's anti government protests have continued for more than five months and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK a shooting inside a San Diego home left five dead and an eleven year old boy in critical condition police say it was a domestic dispute and being investigated as a murder suicide killed were.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Appear this week in the public impeachment hearings George silent who according to testimony from other witnesses played a key role in president trump's attempt to pressure Ukraine into investigating the bidens before releasing military aid set to testify this week and Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president pence who was on the Ukraine called will also appear Republican congressman Chris Stewart on this week with George Stephanopoulos downplayed the hearings I think the longer these hearing goes on I think the less American people are going to support impeachment because I think the evidence just doesn't support it Democrat Shaun Maloney responded now what we're talking about here said the president of the United States used taxpayer funded military assistance to pressure a foreign leader to help him in his reelection campaign that is solicitation of a bride and that is an impeachable offense listed in the constitution new polls of the democratic presidential primary race show people judges leading the pack in Iowa and he's enjoying a bump in other polls the debates has served us well our speech at the dinner recently was another chance just to lay out what I think so many I want to so many Americans are looking for the judge in other democratic hopefuls are campaigning in California today president trump has issued pardons to to service members in cases his advisers warned it should be played out in the military justice system lieutenant Lawrence was convicted of what's been characterized as a war crime while he was deployed to Afghanistan he had been sentenced to nineteen years behind bars for ordering the soldier to fire at an armed Afghan motorcycles in twenty twelve no major Goldstein he was charged with the murder of an alleged Afghan bomb maker in twenty ten his case was set to go to court in February ABC's Stephanie Rama's police have fired tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong who have barricaded themselves inside the university Hong Kong's anti government protests have continued for more than five months you're listening to ABC news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking.

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"university hong kong" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"university hong kong" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"IPhone I'm gonna shortly beginning to my first cast Marty Hachenburg to talk about what happened in Saint cloud and what didn't happen in Saint cloud on Wednesday but I want to just go through a few checklist late in Jehlum and to show you how much I have to cover here remember justice Cavanaugh remember The New York Times smearing justice capital that was just Sunday seems like six months ago practically this is a life at the speed of trump and the dishonest and corrupt media the fake news they try they they're still trying to take out this good man and get their unsuccessful but it's it sucked beyond shame was what they will do and the lengths to which they will go to try to destroy him because they're afraid of a slight conservative majority Supreme Court. I stand did you notice that I'm wearing black face during the show. I'm wearing not I'm wearing blackface what Justin Trudeau has and he's done it at least three times Justin Trudeau the boy wonder I saw a boy the ****. minister of Canada what an embarrassment again Tucker Carlson is right everything they accuse us on the right of being or doing or thinking they themselves are guilty of I know it sounds Fassel but it is production it's completely ridiculous how about that isis fighter from Minnesota currently in a Syrian prison you can't make it up and the FBI of course has said that the area which generates more terrorists in all of the country is L. hano Mars district of three eighty five but you can't. you can't make an observation about the obvious. why is that it's gas lighting. why are we importing people who hate us. including the Han Omar and boomers I'm a boomer not really technically the bombers stop saying as long as our come here legally no that's the problem too would take a million immigrants a year no other country comes close to that it's crazy we need an immigration moratorium for about thirty years. to assimilate the people who've are already come here to stop ours our southern border from being porous we'll see how that goes but it is essential if you wanna keep America as found it. the governor's wife had a media E. Vance criminal justice reform of went off the rails and Twin Cities public television said why yes absolutely we will delete the video because it wasn't a good luck that's your media just laugh if you think you're informed about Minnesota because you following consume local media with all due respect you couldn't be more mistaken and finally what is the Republican Party of Minnesota thinking first as Liz Cheney as the keynote speaker for the Lincoln Reagan dinner okay great nepotism and a neo con. like her father she hasn't seen in a war they shouldn't think was a good idea and now the MC is the climate alarmist Paul Douglas your eyes have a good time at that event knock yourselves out this is why you're useless and why trump if he wins the state of Minnesota will do so without you. joining me now is my friend Marty Hachenburg Marnie is going to tell her list our listeners about the group the she is the head of what event was planned in our Saint cloud for Wednesday and what didn't didn't happen Marty welcome to the switch offer shall. John thank you for having me I'd appreciate it. so Marty can you tell people about V.. fake hate crime panel that was supposed to have been held in Saint cloud. yes it was billed as dismantling hate crime and it was put on by the Human Rights Commission better Human Rights Commission and the panelists included executive director of Hamas doing business as carer Giovanni Hussein other panelists included think cloud chief of police Larry understand Michael Melcher FBI supervisory special agent and a legal director of the ACLU three from Nelson. so when I learned about the well I decided that it would be a really great idea to try to expose care at Hamas and ask why the FBI is continuing to do business partner with here here with an unindicted co conspirator of the largest terror financing trial successfully prosecuted in United States the holy land foundation versus US trial and it was a master that cares actually collected designated foreign terrorist organization so why is the how much one of the largest purveyors of terror and heat around the globe a lecturing us on hate crime and then why the FBI violating their policy to not work with Kerr at the designated foreign terrorist organization so at the state director Minnesota state director of the coalition we are a constitutional conservative coalition of action organizations we believe strongly in the constitution freedom celebrities I put out a call to action to call the FBI their media representatives and the FBI agent to ask a simple question why are you participating on the panel and lending legitimacy to care actually hotline and we partnered with some other organizations and apparently recall were very successful I ramped up a rally to protest rally at the library. to the panel with a couple of signs that had Kerr Comox and why did the FBI the court hello and we were there we found out that the the last minute postponed slash canceled the rally the panel due to quote unquote safety concerns. so if you wanted to jump in on those safety concern well my understanding is that there was no detail given by anyone not the department of Human Rights not the library itself not by Islamic fascists Giovanni Hussein not by the A. C. L. U. lawyer does your they were simply that this was simply put out there we have safety concerns and so it's canceled misleading the public into thinking that you your organization others associated with you others who are concerned about the Islamic cation Islamization of Minnesota no thank you the fifty seven is a Muslim majority countries knock yourself out we don't want America to be the fifty eighth nothing personal. they put that out there and I think they got a two for they are very clever and have to get used to giving credit where it's due because we won't learn I don't think the right right up there with the right lessons in my morning I've course have taught all fair this week and I'm I'm grateful for her to come on. they they say here that it was canceled because of safety concerns it's Flanders people like those who gathered to resist care and it's nefarious. agenda quite frankly. and it also suggests that these people didn't want a discussion about the hate crimes well in fact this was I called a value added. to that discussion not Marnie not anyone associated with any of the people who were going to be showing up in Saint cloud call forward the form to be canceled they wanted to attend I know for a fact certain that Marnie was armed with a twenty seventeen F. B. I. statistics as to hate crimes I hope you're sitting down ladies and gentleman in really not so many insane clown like I don't know and and that again goes into a goes in the teeth of the cathedrals narrative that white people are hateful prone to violence and tolerant guess what projection so Marty I think this is the first time care has backed down they have a a supply line you know F. no narcissist as the director of human rights so they they put a fig leaf on this to save cover I don't think Kerr wanted your message that they are Hamas by another name to be disseminated any further than you and others have already done what's your take. yes I agree with you that this is the first time the character ever backed out or cancelled a program so I think they were again as you said afraid of the truth coming out because of the verified we have evidence and then also I wonder don't we wonder if the FBI didn't back out because they don't want any negative more negative publicity right. who are combined I believe went to the cancellation of the program. because they can't stand the truth and they're going to lecture us on hate crimes so they had to make up this false narrative that there was safety concerns the defense because they called police said there was no direct threat that's right made against the panel or members right nothing they hadn't received any complaints or any information about threats whatsoever my understanding is that the Saint cloud times almost as the creatures and it's a bias as the Star Tribune had them on their website that the sheriff had no. I had no notification of any threats whatsoever and then they scrubbed it later from their website good job Saint cloud times will have to learn the truth from other areas online like the Daily Mail and there's one article if listeners are interested it's from the Middle East forum trouble W. M. E. forum dot org and the title was hate crimes panel with care leader canceled after counter Islamic activism and I didn't know this morning the author is David Swindell you can follow him on Twitter at David's with us when down he's he's a good person a good reporter days went down. here's what he says in part of all the care branches care Minnesota in particular has played a key role in encouraging Muslims not to work with the FBI and other law enforcement agencies it is actually work to impede FBI investigations into some Molly like terrorists. I didn't know that. yes as a matter of fact I have in front of me a little brochure that I picked up at a challenging Islamophobia conference at metro state university Hong Kong in a third here on what to do if you are approached by law enforcement or the FBI because put out like here write your constitutional rights but home step outside so basically they're training their people their teaching the Muslim to not cooperate that's right with the FBI that's right why is the FBI sitting on a panel with Hamas doing business act here well no not any more and we'll see if they were but they will see morning if they reconstitute this I'm not holding my breath because if they do they'll probably have to do it without the ornamentation of an FBI special agent Marty hulkenberg thank you for calling in to the sewage official before you go before rudely push you off there to take a break could you tell listeners where they could go to learn more about your organization. yes the recorder freedom speaks coalition dot com and that we have all the information there and the Minnesota state director and I also have a YouTube channel where I report on the Marxist counter state and the Islamic caliphate peak over of Minnesota and that's under warranty Hachenburg money thanks for all you do congratulations on your victory thank you ladies and gentleman from listening to the suits are for show on John Gilmore in pursuit Twin Cities news talk am eleven thirty and twenty business talk dot.

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