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Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:51 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"A rocket flies into the house And if it flies in and kills me whatever but if things catch on fire I want to try to get away because it feels like burning would be a hard way to die and it would be very painful That was too much for Elena So in early April she packed her bags some boxes of medical supplies and she flew to Warsaw Poland to begin the process of retrieving her 85 year old grandmother from the war zone A times it felt like I was scaling up a vertical wall A few weeks into the process her grandmother was put on a bus and sent to Warsaw Elena was there waiting for her And I just saw her light up and I just felt this calm the sense of calm But there would be more red tape ahead as Elena tried to fly her grandmother back to the U.S. a woman with no birth certificate or passport with help from the embassy the granddaughter prevailed in this past Mother's Day Elena and her grandmother were back in the northwest.

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Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:58 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on All Things Considered

"Thing I think we all need to do I mean maybe not all but tons of people need to do it Need to rebuild the Ukraine So we have no exactly idea how to do it But I think we'll manage somehow Russia I think I should do the things that I can do I don't see myself rebuilding Ukrainian country I'm sorry but it's not for me I can organize I don't know comes for children It is the thing that I usually do I can't go back to the situation that we had before You three you're all pretty socially conscious Do you think the changes that you are describing personally have affected the Polish population more broadly I think with all with this refugee crisis and all the staff with the right wing saying before that we shouldn't accept refugees and right now kind of switching it it's premises and all those staff But I think it will change something I don't know how much but I definitely hope that it will change something What do you think It's true Our generation now we know exactly where is the small city in Ukraine and from where the refugees come and it is a fantastic thing because we are interesting We love this Ukraine people We really care 5 years ago there was a refugee crisis of people fleeing the war in Syria And Poland was not very welcoming Now there is this Ukrainian refugee crisis in Poland is very welcoming If 5 years in the future there is a refugee crisis from a country that is not on Poland's border Do you think this experience will change Poland's approach to refugees even if they're not from a country that's the next door neighbor No it's very enthusiastic about that Yeah I should say that it's the same as me I wouldn't say it's very unrealistic to be honest if it's a country from the Middle East or anywhere from Asia or Africa Because we do live in a very Catholic country So we need to be actually honest with each other you know So you think this has changed a generation but maybe not transformed Not transformed completely It's a long way ahead seriously But maybe that's the first step Yeah You're some progress is better than no progress Exactly Yeah But it's also hard to predict how everything will go further in the future because some people will get at some point annoyed that there's so many Ukrainians and Warsaw you know There could be a background Everything is now focused on the Ukrainians We need to accommodate them somehow you know and the government is making major decisions and some people might like it I'm thinking about the contrast between the tragedy that is happening on the other side of the border and the awakening that you and people if your generation are feeling and the sort of gratitude of being able to play a useful role And so could I just ask you to briefly describe how you balance those two things I think it is quite not beautiful but I would say overwhelming that you are able to help in this times of crisis and being a good help as well And I am actually astonished by how literally strangers work with strangers to help strangers you know and for me it is quite moving actually That's lily.

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Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:41 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on All Things Considered

"Used his car to shuttle Ukrainians from the border and then he offered his bedroom here in Warsaw to a refugee he'd never met before A young man from Morocco who'd been living in Ukraine That was sharing the bedroom with him for almost a week So you had a roommate Yeah I mean yeah I have a roommate and it was really demanding He was a total stranger Yeah he was at the border I have a story similar to Tomac The day the war started 25 year old basha osha couldn't stop crying so she and her roommates decided to do something Wait took a group of free people from Congo They were studying in cave But it was in the morning There was 8 people in my room These young adults say the experience of.

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Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "warsaw" discussed on All Things Considered

"Is all things considered I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington And I'm Ari Shapiro in Poland There are certain events that define a generation like 9 11 the global financial crisis or the pandemic Since the war in Ukraine began about 3 million refugees have come to Poland in just a few months Polish people have offered their time their money and even their homes And so I met with three Polish young adults to see what impact they believed these events will have on their generation We gathered at a crowded outdoor cafe in Warsaw on a warm spring night People smoked and sip drinks as the sun sank behind the old city One of the young poles in the group is actually someone I first met at Poland's border with Ukraine in early March at the beginning of the war At 24 year old film student named Tomic Mondrian The Fink would change me the most I think was that I came back with a refugee He.

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Fresh "Warsaw" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:37 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "Warsaw" from All Things Considered

"You're listening to all things considered And at 5 18 you're listening to it on member funded 90.1 WA VE Hope you've had a great Tuesday I'm Jim burris taking a look at traffic in just a moment but first coming up on all things considered Polish people are welcoming Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war often inviting them into their own homes We took a group of people in the morning There was 8 people in my room Coming up at about 15 minutes young adults in Warsaw talk about the life-changing effect of helping those in need Support for WAB E comes from Justin Landis group providing the tools to help buy and sell your home JLG is committed to building relationships with you and learning what matters most when it comes to your home Justin Landis group dot com this week's cpac conservative political action conference is happening in Budapest The keynote speaker Hungary's populist prime minister Viktor Orban Cpac goes to Hungary on the next morning edition from NPR news Tomorrow morning at 5 on 90.1 WAB And taking a look at traffic conditions in Fulton county I 20 east found at Fulton industrial boulevard police report the right two lanes are blocked because of a crash also a wreck reported Moreland avenue at the cab avenue In ratio county I 20 west found before west avenue watch out for a wreck That's got the right lane blocked In Tucker I two 85 northbound at lawrenceville highway a report of a wreck that's off to the right shoulder and the disabled vehicle slowing things down in Kawhi to county highway 16 at elders mill road This report is sponsored by northwest exterminating presenting tired of mosquitos dot com tired of mosquitos ruining your summer learn more at tired of mosquitos dot com You can take back your summer with tired of mosquitos dot com A check of Atlanta and regional news coming up at about 12 minutes clear skies 83° Support for NPR comes from this station and from fidelity wealth management working to help investors keep more of.

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Pelosi thanks Poland for Ukraine support, meets president

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pelosi thanks Poland for Ukraine support, meets president

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Rep. Jim Jordan Says Biden’s ‘War-Triggering Language’ Is a Liability

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:54 sec | Last month

Rep. Jim Jordan Says Biden’s ‘War-Triggering Language’ Is a Liability

"Congressman Jordan had this to say about I can't even call him president. The man who is the chief executive of America and his performance in Brussels and in Warsaw cut 9. I think you can say that here's a present potentially having more war triggering type language than probably any president in American history. So we need to be careful. We need to be precise and things we say, particularly the commander in chief of our country. I thought it was interesting that I think Alex vindman said that this was an historical speech. So historically The White House had to go out and correct the record after he gave it. I mean, you step back and think about it, Lawrence, we went from Ronald Reagan, tear down these walls and then to the toughness of Trump to now the president of the United States, President Biden given speeches where he basically says, I don't know what I'm doing. So that's very dangerous. Let's hope it stops. And let's hope that there's an end to this as soon as possible.

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"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

04:47 min | Last month

"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

"Be the glorious saviors of the cause who rode in to save the day. After several days spent fending off the Russians, pilsudski launched an all or nothing counter attack that would sweep up and around from the south and come at the Red Army from the rear. He launched this attack on August the 16th, and in the midst of the fighting the Red Army broke into confused retreat. Different armies and divisions broken completely different directions, two of the main armies apparently disintegrated entirely. The Red Army high command was cut off from accurate communications with their forces in the field, and they issued commands that had little or nothing to do with the actual strategic or tactical situation facing their soldiers. Disoriented and demoralized and hit from all sides, the Red Army started falling back from wars on disarray. Their sure victory turned into a massive and stunning defeat. As late as August 19th, the red high command tried to hold the line and regroup for another assault, but it was already too late. Their units were spread out far and wide, cut off from each other, many of them in chaotic retreat. Tens of thousands of Russian soldiers simply gave up and surrendered around Warsaw, tens of thousands more wound up crossing the border into east Prussia, where they were detained and in turn by the Germans. The estimated Russian losses in the battle of Warsaw were something like 10,000 killed, 500 missing, 30,000 wounded and 66,000 taken prisoner. It was, by all accounts, a devastating military defeat. It was also a shocking turnaround from the high hopes they had had just a few days earlier. The reds believed they were about to capture all of Poland, and now they were falling back hundreds of miles east to the niemen river in Belarus. The battle of Warsaw was a huge victory for the poles, and for pilsudski in particular, who had been enduring heavy criticism for his handling of the war to date. Though his critics were eager to deny him even this great victory. And they called the battle of Warsaw, the miracle on the Vistula, and they attributed the Salvation of Poland to divine Providence and specifically the virgin Mary..

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"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

03:38 min | Last month

"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

"So .7 read the parties that wished to belong to the communist international have the obligation of recognizing the necessity of a complete break with reformism and centrist politics, and of spreading this break among the widest possible circles of their party members. Then .15 read, parties that have still retained their old social democratic programs have the obligation of changing those programs as quickly as possible and working out a new communist program corresponding to the particular conditions in the country and in accordance with the decisions of the communist international. The point was to create a strong, clear, independent and uncompromising communist identity that would lead them away from the traps of reformism and social chauvinism, which in their minds had been the fatal virus that had infected the second international. Representing the appearance of the delegates from the Asian countries, the second Congress of the communist international is also where we first start getting the idea floated that maybe the path to global communist revolution did not lay west towards Berlin and Paris. But instead east into places like China and India, where they would be able to completely destabilize the European imperial order. The delegates agreed to support national liberation movements in all their forms, whether they were explicitly communist or not, because destabilizing European imperialism could only help the larger communist cause. While in Moscow, the delegates eagerly followed daily reports from the front line to the Polish Soviet war, as the Red Army approached Warsaw, it led them all to believe that this new communist international might be on the verge of completely displacing the newly formed League of Nations, which they obviously considered nothing more than a front, for imperialist capitalism. Meanwhile, in the corridors of western power. That is, the headquarters of all those imperialist capitalists, the leaders of the allies were getting awfully frustrated by the people of Eastern Europe, because they seemed to be taking this whole notion of self determination, literally. Neither the French nor the British were enthused about all these border wars and eastern and Central Europe, and they were very put out by countries like Poland, which were meant to be little more than grateful client states of Britain and France, but who ignored them and chased their own ambitions. So yes, the French provided the polls with money and munitions and officers to fight the Russians. But they were very annoyed by the fact that all of this aid was being used for offensive operations beyond the curzon line. Aggressive Polish ambitions and Ukraine and Belarus and Lithuania had invited this counter offensive by the Russian communists who might now march all the way to the border with Germany and completely disrupt the post war political settlements the allies had put in place, and maybe even drag them into a war with Russia that neither the French nor especially the British wanted. With the Polish army falling back in the Red Army advancing, the poles now went to the allies and asked for help negotiating an end to the conflict, which the allies agreed to on the condition that Polish forces withdraw to the border intended to delineate their eastern ethnographic frontier, arbitrarily determined to be the aforementioned curse in line. Further, the poles had to agree that all territorial disputes in the borderlands between Poland and Russia would be left to the allies to decide. They would be the ones who decided who went where, not the people on the ground. On July 11th, British foreign secretary George curzon, he of the curse in line, sent a telegram to Russian commissar of foreign affairs, gorgeous, requesting the Red Army halt at the bug river and accept it as a temporary border with Poland..

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"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:06 min | Last month

"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

"And capture Warsaw. With a communist aligned government installed in Poland, the revolutionary land bridge to Germany would be established. And though the spartacist uprising had ended in demoralizing failure, in 1920, Weimar Germany remained a chaotic mess of revolutionaries reactionaries and separatists with the final political outcome of the fall of the German Empire still very much in doubt. As proved a trumpeted in May 1920 under the headline go west, they said, through the corpse of white Poland lies the way to the world inferno, on bayonets, we will carry happiness and peace to working humanity. Because, you know, happiness and peace always comes at the point of a bayonet. The Red Army launched its counter offensives against the Polish army in two staggered waves. First, down in Ukraine at the end of May, they opened up a battle for control of the dnieper river. The Polish forces in the region may have nominally held Kyiv, but they were way out ahead of themselves, and far too overextended. Plus, their supposed local Ukrainian ally. Led only a small and relatively insignificant army, and he enjoyed no local influence to speak of. The Red Army, meanwhile, was led from the front by general buccini, and his first cavalry army. Those guys who had proven so decisively effective during the campaign against Danica in the year before. Budging won a critical breakthrough in the lines on June 5th and pilsudski had to order the evacuation of Kyiv on June 10th. Now pilsudski had planned to send forces from Ukraine up north to reinforce the defensive lines in Belarus, but the Red Army successes in Ukraine precluded that possibility. Over the next ten weeks, the Red Army in Ukraine steadily advanced towards the western city of lviv, where they expected to soon stand poised to join their comrades moving freely across Belarus for a mass convergence on Warsaw. The Red Army advancing through Belarus was moving just as easily. The Polish defensive plans called for occupying the vast networks of the German trenches left over from World War I, which, remember, is only 18 months in the rearview mirror. But they did not have sufficient manpower, and they were spread far too thin. The reds launched their offensive on July 5th, and quickly sent the Polish army tumbling backward. After breaking through the first line of Polish defense, the reds recaptured Minsk on July 11th, then they broke through the second line of the Polish defenses and captured Vilnius on July 14th..

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"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:28 min | Last month

"warsaw" Discussed on Revolutions

"Episode 10.91 the battle of Warsaw. Last time we saw how red victories over the whites in the Russian Civil War paved the way not to peace, but to war of another kind. This time war with Poland. There was, in fact, a nearly seamless transition from the one conflict to the other, as the officers and soldiers who had pushed back kolchak and denikin were transferred over to the long neglected western front to face the ambitions of Poland. The two sides in the resulting Polish Soviet war had mutually exclusive visions for the future of Eastern Europe. The Russian communists, riding high on their victory over the whites, rekindled their dream of rolling the proletarian revolution west towards Germany, and they planned to establish a network of Soviet Socialist republics under Moscow's leadership. The poles meanwhile wanted to expand their borders east, rebuild the old boundaries of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, and bring almost all of Eastern Europe under Warsaw's leadership. With the Russians still untangling their Civil War in the spring of 1920, the Polish army under Josef pilsudski launched a daring offensive that saw them capture most of eastern Ukraine, and by the first week of May, see their armies, marching into Kyiv. Now, though the poles were pretty much going to stop there, like they were not threatening to march on Moscow and overthrow the communist government. Their advance still represented a dire threat to the Russian communists, both from their national perspective as Russians, and international perspective as communists. As I mentioned last week, they viewed the Polish war as the third campaign of the Entente, and believed Britain, France, and the other allies, were using the polls to fight Russian communism as they had previously and unsuccessfully used admiral kolchak and general denikin. So the Polish advance was really taken to be the advance of the allies, who would then install pliant puppets on the borders, threatening both Russia's traditional territorial integrity and their ongoing socialist revolution. Now in general, the Soviet government in Moscow had struggled to truly rally the people to fight for their side. To get them to fight for the ideological program of communism. As we've seen, the best they were ever able to do during the Russian Civil War was get people to say, ah, well, when it comes down to it, I guess the reds are the lesser of two evils. So in facing the poles, the government in Moscow focused less on political ideology and far more on good old fashioned patriotism. Their papers trumpeted the threat to Russia posed by a foreign invader and called upon the people of Russia to rally not so much in an ideological defense of the revolution, but in a patriotic defense of mother Russia. Joining the reds in this effort was now old general Alexei brusilov..

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Joe Biden Backtracked on His Comments Three Times

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Joe Biden Backtracked on His Comments Three Times

"Make of that. Dinah Dana bash over at CNN was wondering aloud, maybe he didn't mean what he said. Hello, I'm Dana bash in Washington where the state of our union is wondering if President Biden meant what he said. You're watching a special two hour edition of State of the Union. Did he mean what he just, I mean, and then the walk back, the furious walk back, they're calling it the world wide walk back. Yesterday's Warsaw address writes

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"warsaw" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:50 min | Last month

"warsaw" Discussed on WCPT 820

"In Poland speaking in Warsaw Biden said that Russian president Vladimir Putin can not remain in power and called for NATO unity in the face of Russian aggression Biden said the economic sanctions the U.S. and its allies have placed on Moscow are unprecedented and are crippling Russia's economy He also cited the courage of the Ukrainian people and defending their homeland About 48,000 Southern California grocery workers have voted in favor of a strike to seek higher wages from Kroger and Albertsons The united food and commercial workers union has been negotiating with stores since late January seeking higher pay equal pay sufficient staffing and more working hours The union said in a statement that it will notify workers if they decide to strike President Biden and senator Bernie Sanders have said they support the workers Kroger which owns about 190 stores in California calls the union's proposal quote unrealistic At least 19,000 residents in boulder Colorado had to evacuate because of a wildfire on Saturday The boulder office of emergency management says the fire has engulfed 123 acres since Saturday morning no injuries have been reported so far There's no word of any damages to surrounding structures And two teams are advancing to the final four Villanova advanced after beating Houston 50 44 in San Antonio It's the third final four appearance for the wildcats since 2016 Duke also made a statement with a decisive 78 69 win over Arkansas the blue Devils not only stay alive in the NCAA tournament but prolong the career of legendary head coach Mike shizi Sunday tenth seeded Miami squares off with top seeded Kansas and 15th seeded Saint Peter's looks to continue its upset run when it meets HC to North Carolina I'm Jim Forbes This is Chicago's progressive talk 8 20 a.m. willow springs an online 8 20 dot com where facts matter For generations the CTA has been a lifeline for Chicago's communities The city is opening back up because we're in a better place Righteousness is in the cause of freedom and sovereignty and peace and righteousness is with the people of Ukraine The news that happens next will happen by CPT a 20 Jonas Bose live local and progressive This is an election that historically the people in power would normally lose either one house of Congress or both But I don't think these are regular times I think these are weird times we're living in And I think that people see what's happening to the Republican Party and Republican candidates I think at least maybe in the Senate we could pick up some seats Joan esposito weekday afternoons two to 5 on 8 20 This is a WCC moment in labor In 2009 General Motors was facing bankruptcy as a result of the Great Recession Why do you need to keep their jobs and help the company The unionized auto workers accept a concessions to allow GM to recover VM received a bailout in tax breaks while the employees pay rates stayed the same Several factories are stayed to close down the raising priced healthcare premiums and very few temporaries being moved to permanent positions All leading to 48,000 united auto workers walking out in September of 2019 The workers got together protesting outside the car dealerships with picket signs and giant inflatable rats After 6 weeks of protest and General Motors losing $2 billion they were willing to negotiate The united auto workers received a 3% pay raise factory staying open with more being built a set process for temp workers who made a permanent workers and their healthcare premium prices staying the same This has been a WCT moment in labor We're working for your rights.

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60 miles from Ukraine, Biden sees refugee crisis in Poland

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

60 miles from Ukraine, Biden sees refugee crisis in Poland

"President Biden is seeing the Ukrainian refugee crisis during a trip to Europe the president says he's been to a lot of refugee camps around the world the looks in the eyes of parents are haunting worse for then the C. child suffering the U. N. estimates some three and a half million Ukrainians have fled the fighting more than half alright now with Poland where the president's saluted the Warsaw government and citizens alike for opening their arms and homes but he's disappointed to not get a closer look at the crisis first like I have another places you'll visit with refugees tomorrow in the Polish capital not in Ukraine due to security concerns let me understand cross the border Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

"President Biden heads to Europe this morning where a top aide says he'll add to the avalanche of sanctions already hitting Russia for the Ukraine invasion at a special NATO summit he will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the president's trip to Brussels and then Warsaw is aimed at bolstering allied resolve against Moscow the west has been United the president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay United you make the trip without spokeswoman Jen Psaki who yesterday tested positive for cove in nineteen for a second time and will stay behind she says the president tested negative Sager made Ghani Washington

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VP Kamala Harris Ignores Question About Chemical Warfare With Russia

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 2 months ago

VP Kamala Harris Ignores Question About Chemical Warfare With Russia

"Why are we not giving him the helicopters Why are we not giving him the airplane needed to protect and defend their country I know there's corruption but there's corruption in almost every nation that used to be a part of Russia Does that mean that we let them all fall and go back in the hands of Vladimir Putin Is that what we're going to do now And if you think Putin's going to stop you're stupid and naive Vladimir Putin they're now talking about their concern about chemical warfare And what happens if that happens right Well it was a question that was asked Of our prestigious vice president the leader of the you know the number two in command and she's supposed to be fixing all these problems over in Warsaw when she didn't even know where she is She was asked about that And here's what it sounded like listen I'll write a line for the U.S. 33 Chemical weapons be a red line Over and over again the chance for the question no

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VP Kamala Harris Has No Idea Where She Is

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 2 months ago

VP Kamala Harris Has No Idea Where She Is

"And then you got people like Harris who heads over to Warsaw and she sits there and she says stupid things like she said today these are the people they're supposed to be in charge of trying to stop the Russians from not just taking over Ukraine but clearly I think in a manifest destiny move Vladimir Putin wants to take over every country that was a part of the USSR You know and then Harris stands or she didn't even know where she's standing she's I'm standing here She doesn't know she's on the northern Flank of the eastern Flank she doesn't know what she's even talking about I am here standing here on the northern Flank on the eastern Flank talking about what we have in terms of the eastern Flank in our NATO allies She has no idea That's the woman we sent Why is the president not there I have no idea I have no idea why the president's not there Maybe it's he's incapacitated maybe can't handle the flight maybe can't handle the pressure Maybe you can't handle the press The stress of all of this

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Harris trip to Poland takes a turn over jets for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Harris trip to Poland takes a turn over jets for Ukraine

"Vice president Kamel Harris heads to Poland today jumping into a new flap over fighter jets for Ukraine the vice president's trip to Warsaw was to thank the Polish government for taking in Ukrainian refugees but now Kamilla Harris has to deal with Poland surprise announcement it was planning to transfer its fighter jets to the U. S. military to give to Ukraine the Pentagon says it can't work that way leaving Harris to patch up this dispute one member of Congress expressed surprise that Poland blindsided the U. S. this way while the former ambassador called it a messy deal that requires an in person conversation to sort it out this is a rare instance of disunity among NATO allies trying to help Ukraine without getting pulled into a wider war with Russia I'm Jackie Quinn

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There's a Qualitative Difference Between America and Russia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

There's a Qualitative Difference Between America and Russia

"I keep hearing this. Well, the NATO was going to put missiles on Ukrainian soil and we wouldn't let the Russians or anybody else the Chinese put missiles in Mexico, would we? Hang on a second, that's the moral equivalency argument of the Cold War that all states are the same. There is a qualitative difference between America and Russia. There is a qualitative difference between Ukraine and Russia. Putin has peddled a lie for 23 years that NATO is on the march. We are being encircled by those dastardly Democrats. Those democracies with their free markets. We aren't an empire. There's no emperor of NATO, who uses force to expand up to the borders of Russia, NATO is a club. You can apply to join, and if you meet the requirements of collective defense, you can join. Nobody, when we opened up NATO to Hungary, where I served for 15 years, when we opened it up to the Baltic states who had been swallowed up by Stalin. We didn't invade the Baltic states when gobbled them up. They wanted to join NATO. They applied, they had to meet criteria. And then when they met them, they were let in. There's no moral equivalent. It's like saying the Warsaw Pact was the same as NATO. No, the Warsaw Pact was Russia, the Soviet Union controlling every other slave nation in the pact.

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If Ukraine Didn't Matter, Why All the News Coverage?

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 2 months ago

If Ukraine Didn't Matter, Why All the News Coverage?

"If Ukraine didn't matter why all the news coverage and sudden concern about Ukraine Why reports on heroism With this one Ukrainian marine With Russian tanks crossing a bridge blew up the bridge knowing that he would die because he couldn't get out fast enough Why is that important Or the border guards on something called snake island Off the coast of Ukraine When a Russian military ship told them to either surrender or they will be hit Responded F Russia Actually the exact language was go eff yourself They were killed in a barrage of missile fire Why are those stories important if Ukraine doesn't matter The stories of heroism In defiance why are the stories about the people of Ukraine taking up arms Rifles and pistols Told to make homemade molotov cocktails As if they're preparing for hand to hand combat in their own streets in their own homes like it's the Warsaw ghetto all over again Why does any of that matter if you can't Ukraine doesn't matter ladies and gentlemen And if it doesn't matter why are people watching this on TV Why are reporters there Because it matters They'd always mattered

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"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"Edelman stays in poland. Right the fact that you have this prominent figures who play really important role in in teaching educating by what happened that they happen to have been worse on the happened to sort of emphasize this i think also plays a very important role in sort of why this place and not other places. I mean i. I know that we are almost out of time. If there's one last thing that let's ask you about maybe you can comment on it briefly. It's but i think that that you indicated some of the ways in which the historical memory of the warsaw ghetto uprising developed in the time period. And since then as well but this is not just a story about jewish historical memory of the holocaust but we can also talk about the ongoing battles over the history memory of the holocaust within poland itself. In what ways does this story about. The warsaw ghetto uprising. Play a part in the ongoing discussion and discourse which is highly politicized in many ways tremendously problematic within contemporary poland. Yeah and you know even right now where. We're sort of in middle of a intense diplomatic dispute between days rayleigh government in the polish government about restitution of jewish property and the broader issues that that are around the writing of the history of the holocaust in poland that go back so you know in two thousand eighteen. When there was the seventy fifth anniversary of the revolt that was performed under sort of the shroud of of the law that had been passed the recent law about writing about the history of the holocaust in poland and not punishing anyone who denigrated or accused polls of aiding the germans the the famous sort of putting this in quotes the polish death. Camp law right that you can't referred to that these are german extermination camps. Not not that that were in poland right the fact that is so significant this sensitivity of of this topic it is very real and very current to the present day and as i mentioned i was i was just in worse on all you have to do is is walk around the streets of warsaw where you know i was there on on august i which is the date of the polish uprising in warsaw. And you have sort of collision nationalists marching in the streets carrying the red and white slag who wanna emphasize the role that holes played in rising up me to look at the history of the saga uprising..

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"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"Of the holocaust the destruction of european jewish life which begins in earnest really in the fall of nineteen. Forty one. where you start to see. Sort of the mass killings that began to take place in the east with einsatzgruppe as they proceed with the invasion of the soviet union and the destruction of jewish vilna the destruction of sort of centers of jewish life in the east this precedes the sort of widespread understanding of the enormity of the destruction that it's taking place in the broader jewish world and so the point where we started our conversation that the timing of the worst uprising in april nineteen forty. Three is actually quite significant. Because you have this broader understanding of the enormity of the destruction this kind of on the one hand fog of war and sort of a lack of information and then you have this event that kind of breaks through that fog of war with the spread of information to explain what has happened. So you have like this confluence of events both with the enormity of the city and this drowsy of a city. The fact that jewish warsaw has been destroyed as huge city has been erased and at the same time the timing of it where there is an awareness of the of the enormity of the catastrophe and the fact that this revolt has taken place has broken through this shroud of sort of the fog of war. And that it's burst into public consciousness at this time and i think all of those factors come together to help explain sort of why warsaw subsequently as as you point out you do. Have you know things. Like the wrinkle bloom archives which. We can't underestimate the significance of the the work of the archives to preserve the memory of what happened in in that ghetto raise like this sort of enormous work that wrangled omen has colleagues undertake to preserve it to create this time capsule for the future that i on earth in forty forty-six and then more of it in nineteen fifty..

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"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"I think there's a deep well of regret. There's a feeling of guilt feeling regret of but they you know trying to piece together the information and working back through but also try to explain to their audiences. Were asking them. Why didn't you fight back. And they don't know they don't understand. They're trying to explain that. At the time i mean i that brings us back to what we discussed earlier about the lack of information. This is both taking place outside of europe and also inside of it you know. No one knew what was going to happen next. This is one of the things that teach about the holocaust. Now it's always. I think incredibly exciting to see the students come to the realization of how shocking and surprising. The events of the holocaust were because nobody could have predicted. That would have happened. I think one of the issues debut. We can dive into as we as we start to come towards. Our conclusion is why warsaw in. Why is it that. The warsaw ghetto became such a flash point of historical memory the way in which has been so powerfully cemented in the memory of the holocaust. When as you just mentioned there were other uprisings elsewhere. There were jews elsewhere in europe. Who talked about the need to resist against the nazis. Both violently arm resistance and other ways as well in here. I'm also thinking in particular about the owning shabbat archive in also the worst ghetto that in many respects it indicates the various types of resistance which took against the germans but it's also a very clear parallel to the Uprising as well. It's another image of resistance against the nazis which takes place in the warsaw ghetto and it really helps to solidify the centrality of warsaw as a site of resistance in general at the same time. Just like with arm resistance. We know that there were a number of ghetto archive projects in stock and wedge elsewhere..

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"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"So that was fascinating to me like. How quickly does this take place in this idea that i've kind of lethality rising. That's taking place and at the same time. Why is it that certain names are remembered and others are completely forgotten. There could be as many as fifty thousand people in the warsaw godot in nineteen forty three when the germans began what seems to jews nagato to be the final liquidation. There might be five six hundred members of these fighting organizations who have arms who are actually sort of fighting in the ghetto and you have over forty thousand people who just bury themselves in bunkers underground. Which is what everybody does. In the ghetto. We remember the names of lists that are sent out of over two hundred names. These are the fighters names to remember. People who finally get in every movement lists their people. But you have a couple of hundred names that are down not the forty to fifty thousand tour who are in the right so that also that sort of dichotomy is like certain heroes. We're gonna remember but who are the heroes right. Why do we remember some names. And we don't remember the masses right all the people who who are hiding out in the ghetto which is also a form of resistance at me one of the bigger questions that i'm trying to look at it as dichotomy between armed resistance versus passivity right like why is this sort of enshrined in memory that you have to take up arms to fight back havi dreyfuss In her book about the end of the worst sogo she makes it very convincing case. That actually digging yourself into a bunker. Underground in the warsaw ghetto to hide out and says evade nazi deportation is probably the most successful form of resistance. Because you're preventing them from rounding up taking the ghetto you're not going onto street to shoot them and then die right. You're resisting this way. So this is something that happens right. That these frameworks are..

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"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"So you'll automatically get the newest episodes as they're released and also that you'll take a look at obvious terrific book the jewish heroes of warsaw which i've linked to in the show notes. Thanks so much for listening. Hi avi welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining me thank you. Thanks so much for having beer yeah. I'm really just really pleased that you can join us on podcast. The topic of the warsaw ghetto uprising. And then the broader issues of historical memory related to the uprising and the holocaust. In general. i think are really big really important. It's a lot to talk about. And i think that your book does a really fantastic job of opening up. A number of really important issues are relating to it. I think the one place that we might perhaps get started for our conversation today is just like on a very broad level and we talk about the the warsaw ghetto uprising when we talk about the uprising in a lot of ways. This is not an unknown topic right. It's it's very clearly both something. That scholars have been studying talking about for a long time as well as being a major part of the public consciousness of the holocaust both in israel in the united states in poland is well in a lot of ways. I think that part of what is interesting about your book is that you're not looking at a new topic in and of itself but you are looking at it in a new way and also you're looking at it specifically because it has been so prominent in terms of historical memory when you look at the warsaw ghetto uprising. You friend the book is talking about the afterlife of revolt. So what has been the afterlife of the warsaw ghetto uprising. Both in terms of the contemporary time of the nineteen forties as well as beyond that thinking about when we ask questions about the revolt in his afterlife. Well what are we talking about in the first place. Thank you for starting us with that. Sort of question about the centrality of of the worst Warsaw uprising because they think this question of on the one hand we sort of take it for granted that the war ghetto in the worst Uprising mars central focal point us memory of the holocaust. I'm end have been that way. Since actually as i find the wars is almost the immediate aftermath of the revolt that is within the first couple of weeks after the uprising begins on april nineteenth nineteen forty three and one of the things that i try to understand the book as wide as that happen rights. So not really sort of take it for granted this would be the case but really try to understand. Sort of what is the process that puts warsaw and the uprising at the center of jewish memory of the holocaust. And this is something that happens on this the media after revolt. It's not something that takes. You know several years of research after the war taking time for survivor testimony to begin to develop in the aftermath of the war but that there is basically reporting in real time that is taking place in the jewish press in the aftermath of the revolt. That is within three or four days after it which that timing that. It's taking place that is that on the one hand you have sort of the jewish world by nineteen the late nineteen forty two. You have broad knowledge of the breadth of this destruction of european jewelry and these huge displays of mourning collective mourning for the destruction of european jewelry. And then there is almost this shock and surprise that How is it possible that a revolt is being carried out in the worst ghetto which we thought basically had been destroyed and so within the first few weeks after their vote takes place. You see it beginning to be sort of the central focal point of both jewish collective memory but also fascination and curiosity..

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Was Donald Trump a 'Wrench in the Gears' for a Rising China?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Was Donald Trump a 'Wrench in the Gears' for a Rising China?

"How much was mild boss. President trump is. The brits say a spanner in the works. How much was he. A range in the gears for rising china and for the establishment that wants to have their palms greased by china's money. Oh he was such such an impediment to how the establishment seeks to use the chinese communist. Party i mean. I i love talking about a lot of the times. It's too in the weeds. So people kind of tune out like oh about board chinese groups and china's college party leaked and time soon. Get into the weeds. But i mean the executive orders that came out of that administration in terms of targeting these specific influence groups like i said the china united states exchange foundation. The china people's association for friendship and foreign contact and the other one's sounds so soviet so so people forget you know what the actual name for the warsaw pact was. It wasn't the war so packed. It was the warsaw pact. For friendship and cooperation. People forget that dominating your neighbors taking control of friendship and cooperation china's just playing the same strategy. Yeah they love those terms. There's another one that the chinese association for international friendly contact so they love friendship Those very very one way. Street must your member of america's permanent political class but all of these groups which you know really take an elaborate understanding of the way that the chinese communist party's influence efforts were they were all targeted in one way or another by executive orders from the trump administration to stop people from actually participating and colluding with them right so you know the administration that was smeared as the ford collusion administration was actually stopping foreign collusion. And they were the most successful that i've ever seen in recent history of an administration doing

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Poland Imposes State of Emergency on Belarus Border

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:20 min | 9 months ago

Poland Imposes State of Emergency on Belarus Border

"A state of emergency has been declared by poland along its border with belarus. The government in warsaw claims that the belorussian authorities a pushing migrants in poland direction. There's also the added problem of upcoming military exercises led by russia but opposition politicians have pushed back against poland's move saying it's disproportionately tough joining me. Now from warsaw is johanna chin guy. Who's a political journalist for reuters. Good morning jonah. Morning just tell us. What's the situation. So currently poland had been well parts have been in a date of emergency since last thursday at the border right. Now there's a lot of military they're they're continuing to build a border fence And media and ngos are no longer allowed to be in that. Three radius of epa parts of the border. Do we know as a result of the fact that we have a media blackout on this but do not see what's happening. It's difficult to tell for that exact reason because there's no longer media on border her. Most of the time at there was basically ngo that was stationed at part of the border. Where thirty two migrants. Who are stuck. And they were giving daily reports about the situation and now that stopped so it's much more difficult to tell what's going

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"warsaw" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

07:14 min | 9 months ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"In in this part of europe where you can read the sweep of polish history. Right there in warsaw in so many ways cameron. When i was there i found it surprising. I expected a big oppressive and kinda gloomy city. That sort of Yesterday's worse-off yeah. You find a little of everything in warsaw. I think when. I was traveling there. Twenty years ago it was a pretty repressive city but over the years Pockets of life have sprouted kind of among the gloom and There's so much to it. There's the the beautifully reconstructed historic old town that goes back to the glory days of the kings and queens that was mentioning and then you've got areas that were destroyed completely bombed flat in world war two and rebuilt in kind of a dragon ugly communist style. But then you also have these really striking new glass-and-steel skyscrapers zones that are sprouting right next. To some of these you know formerly dilapidated world war two damaged areas and then mixed into all of it is. It's a very cosmopolitan trendy world capital city. There's a great food. Seen people very fashionably dressed. There's a lot of business. There's a lot of government so there's kind of an urban vitality to it. You know when i go there. I'm aware that warsaw was literally flattened in world war. Two but she you get a sense that it was an elegant thriving. Place between the wars and they've resurrected or saved a little bit of that. Don't you find a little bit that elegance that somehow they've rebuilt in it works absolutely. They've they've had to rebuild it because as you said hitler was was furious at hit worse off for a couple of uprisings and he he had the whole city destroyed systematically blocked by block but they did take the time to recreate some beautiful areas especially in the center There's one place for example though. There's a there's what used to be the arcade of an old palace in front of a beautiful garden and the garden is still there and still very beautiful. All that's left of the palaces. Just this arcade. And now it's a memorial to the polish people who are fighting and moore's so this is pretty powerful all the all the suffering in the heartache and and then at the same time memorials to remember those in more or so. They've done an amazing job of that. And then also this parts of the elegant past and a very modern future so it's a city of of the past and the future. Now be to you. Grew up in portland in your youth. It was basically ruled by the soviet union. When you look at worse out today what do you see. That is physical souvenir of those soviet days. When worse hours in the warsaw-pact still tallest building in work so the power of culture and science the palace of culture and science. That's the building that looks like one of those skyscrapers in moscow right. That's actually at twin building to the one in moscow was given to us by styling as a gesture of friendship really but but the local people didn't really think it was much of a gesture friendship. No this pinewood. Their regime wanted us to think about communism. And the russia. We did not have great great sympathy. We did not like the russian government the russian country so just the fact that they build the building. It kind of became a symbol of oppression. So just sticks up like a big fallas right. I mean it is an idiot and as a nickname yes. Yes a gift from stalin. Right called stalls peanuts so people have worse. Just look at this thing and they think of stalin and not much of a gift but today The ancient history right for and after nine hundred eighty nine. After the fall of communism in poland for a couple of decades we were we the government of pollens and the government of war source thinking about. Well what should we do with this building. Should we build some skyscrapers higher than the building surrounding that one to cover it up But within the last decade. I feel like we made a peace with our communist past To the point where now we We take ownership not only of that one particular building but what happened during the communist past and The building just started being cleaned up so we started off with the the viewing balcony on thirtieth floor. And i'm assuming we'll be moving forward so so now we owning that building. Excuse we're talking with mccombs and cameron hewitt about warsaw. The capital city of poland cameron. I'm so impressed by how warsaw has rebuilt historic old center. I mean look at it. Even the even the defect in the buildings before the bombing damage were built up with the same defect. So that you walk through there and if you knew it was rebuilt in not rebuilt. But if you didn't you'd walk through this is medieval quarter and you know how they did it. They actually used historical paintings. They went into the national museum in the national palace and there are several places warsaw where you can see. A replica of a painting positioned exactly facing the street that was repaired using that painting. And if you compare you can see that. That was the best record that restores had. They didn't have architectural plans for building. That was three hundred years old but they could have a painting that showed what it looked like and that includes the the royal castle which is actually the palace royal castle and i was going to say. There's a some great sightseeing to be done in warsaw's well and one of the great sites as the royal palaces the historica castle of the polish kings and you can tour the state rooms. You can see some of these original paintings historical paintings of warsaw that we're used to rebuild the city other historical paintings and it's a very as with any great european countries main palace. It's a very lavish palace with beautiful furnishings and interesting symbolism and all of the different details. It's really one of the palaces. I've toured the palace. You'd wanna see for a bit of the royal history and then the national museum really is the best collection anywhere of polish art and be a. You've mentioned always go to the capital city when you visit a country for one reason. That's probably where the greatest start is. What do you take. What's your take on the national museum. I completely agree with you. But i don't wanna take away anything from other museums that as been popping up this past twenty plus years What are your favorites of those we have a. I don't know if it's a correct word to say very trendy museum emulate the pauline museum museum of polisher juice. The history of over a thousand years. Museum peo- i n correct the museum of history of polish jews. Okay and what. Why would there be a great museum about jewish culture in poland. I think many people don't realize that when it comes to jews in poland and the jewish culture in poland that does not go only back to the beginning of the one thousand nine hundred we have the history of this culture empowerment for over a thousand years and at some point in sixteen hundred paulin was a place. A country with the highest number of people representing our jewish community anywhere in the world. Is that right in poland. So within europe poland certainly was a major center of jewish culture became like haven they would Leave other countries to come to pollen and freely do their business and practice religion centuries before hitler writes about three four centuries before that. Yes so cameron. I would think a lot of people sort of overlooked the fact that there was a long polish history before.

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"warsaw" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

08:07 min | 9 months ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"This environment and deal with the discomfort. Have you picked up tips on surviving nicole from the eskimo people. Quite a few yeah. He's an example. An example would be wearing really warm clothes always being able to make camp at any point in time so if you have to stay somewhere you can stay somewhere and always being able to get out of the weather. Get out of the wind. Get out of the wind. I mean really. That's the key you know. The wind is the killer. You can be in twenty below zero and be quite comfortable if there's no wind on your back and you have enough warm clothes and a lot of them still use skins and what have you. And i'm often up there in my gear. And i have some really good wiggins gear which is used by the military and then all this patagonia stuff zipper after zipper. And it's kind of ridiculous it appoint and then when you see A new person put on a sheep. Parker which is nice and warm one layer and he's standing out there forty below and he's got a couple of t-shirts or something under it. You really appreciate this connection with nature and an ability to use animal skins to stay warm and in such a harsh environment and enjoy it at the same time. So you see people. That actually don't need all this. Modern synthetic gear. Yeah absolutely you know they use quite a bit of it too but they they use quite a bit of the old school. Because it's still just better you know in a lotta ways. Now your goal and going up there is to capture the wonder of this nature. One of those wonders is the northern lights. Did you the northern lights. Yes i did and that's kind of interesting for somebody who loves to watch animals. You're always waiting for that beautiful morning in that beautiful evening and northern lights the opposite you try to sleep all day and then try to get up after. It's getting dark and you wait for the darkest part of the night. The coldest part of that twenty four hour period to maybe the sky lights up and flares up with the aurora alison the reaction of all that. But when you stay up all night you don't know if it's going to happen or not. You have no idea you know. They have websites now you can watch. There's going to be a solar flare. But i'm usually not that high tech okay. It's clear maybe there's a shot so you sit there in the cold all night thinking again. It's going to happen the next minute. It's going to happen the next minute so you're not really patient. You're impatient with the belief that it's going to happen at any second and then eventually sometimes it happens and then you need to know all the tricks. Your camera gear needs to be kept nice and cold because if you take it someplace warm and put it out in the cold or if you buy a stream and there's fog coming off the stream so it's many times that i've had a beautiful light show and then eventually looked at the film or the back of the digital camera and there's nothing there it's fogged in because i didn't follow the correct procedure. You know there's one working in the coal there all these procedures you know things that work in temperatures. We live in here in the pacific northwest. Don't necessarily work the same way or nearly as well when you get into zero degrees or twenty below or thirty or forty below in that kind of environment you know camping out for two weeks just to see the polar bear come out of his den or sleeping in the day to stay up all night to see if there's gonna be some northern lights it must teach you both patients and how to observe. Oh absolutely and what have you learned about that. I learned that If you you sit and look something long enough it will appear as many different things over time you know. You can't often take a quick glance at something and understand what it is or what's going on. You really have to sit and wait. And i think that's an amazing part of the culture. You know they Often very quiet and then they can talk a lot too but they often don't have much to say and in hope when the whalers eventually started wanting to stay in that area the point. Hope residents in the northwest corner of alaska. Settled them a little way away from village and they call the jabber town because as a western society they would always jabirjabir lot. Talk all the time. The land speaks to you in any nature in the mountains in the cascades or anywhere and if you sit there i mean there can be a giant raw whether it's clouds rolling overhead or wind coming through or light coming through or you know and and it's just different than our own voices and it probably gives you Ability to give a second look to a native culture that they've got some deep roots and some thoughtful observations. Who yeah they spent you know. Thousands of years being Entrusted with that area or or living in that area and they have an understanding to it. That's just amazing. Have you found any parallel examples for their south among indian tribes. And so on. Yeah i think if you look in the bbc coast at the spirit bear which is a black bear. That's white colorless like the polar bear and you look at the legend. These people have wonderful legends in bc. Coast the indians there about The gods when the The ice sheet move back in the glaciers. Move back to the mountain. Made one out of so many black bears white to remind the people that life comes from the ice and comes from the water so they wouldn't forget even though the glaciers didn't come right down onto the water anymore and they were higher up in the mountains and that's sort of a thought provoking comment on the canary in the mineshaft aspect of us. Losing the polar bears because of global warming. Oh absolutely i mean. We lose the polar bear. We lose a lot of what's going on in the arctic and this amazing environment and then eventually we lose all kinds of other environments which we don't really hear much about right now what you're starting to fall apart you look at a lot of mountain climates where they only are insert elevations a lot of scientists say that were on the you just of extinction since way back before we were even on this planet. So that's why you write in your book. The polar bears story is ultimately our story. Now absolutely it is our story. We're all connected. The world disconnected and as much as we disconnect from nature in certain ways we can. We can never really disconnect from it. Were all part of it and that's why we should take care of the planet. I think you've picked up a lot of wisdom hanging out in a snowdrift waiting for them. Polar bear to come out of his. Damn thanks. I appreciate that stephen kozlovsky author and photographer of the last polar bear. Thanks for joining us many. Thanks for having me. It's been pleasure. Stephen kessler photo book. The last polar bear facing the truth of warming world when the ansel adams prize from the sierra club. Since then stevens foldable pedals have included ice bear and bear country. Our next up is warsaw here. How poland's largest city has been transformed from it's difficult twentieth century into a contemporary world capital. It's travel with rick. Steves let's if i'm that skies since about chevette spassky apple trieste against stephen and that was polish for my name is cashew. Delete ska from warsaw. Poland and i travel with rick states cash at leads. Car shabbat boesky. Kinski ricans gave them. That's my name in polish. That's your name college stephen in queer. What was once known. As the perez of the north or saw was largely flattened during world war two and suffered under soviet rule. After that today poland's capital city is thriving scoring high marks for liveability visitors to warsaw. Find dynamic vibe in plenty of culture history and attractions polish guide. Makoma and cameron hewitt is the co author of the rick steves eastern europe guidebook. That joined us in our studios. Get us up to date on warsaw. And take your questions about poland's largest city beat-up cameron. Thanks for being with us having us. Thanks for having me. So you've been taking Groups to the capital of your country many many times. What's special about warsaw. Why why should we include that in our poland vacation well thorough on is our capital. And i believe if you visit a country for the first time. It's really good idea to start with the capital city and the second not only is the biggest city but i think is the city that shows you the changes that our whole country went through From the past where we have kings and queens through the communist era now through the capitalism. And that's city in particular is it's a great example of what happened over the period of a thousand years.

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Rudy Atallah's Response to Trump's Speech to Warsaw, Poland

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | 9 months ago

Rudy Atallah's Response to Trump's Speech to Warsaw, Poland

"You give us just your your response to the president's question from warsaw. Well god bless him first of all for making his speech. I mean i. I just i just loved that. The here's my take. unfortunately today A lot of christians are christians in and i put in quotes They are not practicing christians. They don't understand. Christianity they don't understand the message of christ and therefore they're simply christians on paper but they're not really strong believers. We have that in almost every faith and islam. You see that in judaism you see that and so on so forth. These are people that are more worldly and and the west can't stand up but the west has lost. Its course if you don't know where you come from. How could you know where you need to go. Essentially christians don't know where they originally came from. That's why i pushed so hard to elevate the true. Christians are the the the christians that currently reside in the middle east. At least the ones that. I've been standing with the faith and being persecuted for their faith to show true. Christianity truly is and say. Look you know as christians as believers in christ. We need to understand. Exactly what the word of god says. What what we need to stand for. For example i use it all the time from proverbs. Twenty four that. If somebody is jailed or get him going to be put to death. We have a duty to go out there and rescue them. We have a duty to go out there and save them. We have to stand with our brothers and sisters who are being persecuted. But when i talked to say westerners whether they're from europe or from here from our country oftentimes they kind of look at me and say well. It's not happening in my backyard. So i understand yes. My heart goes to them. But there's not much. I can do like well you know. That's a cop out because your duty is to stand by those that are being

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Poland Grants Humanitarian Visa to Belarusian Olympic Athlete

All Things Considered

02:05 min | 10 months ago

Poland Grants Humanitarian Visa to Belarusian Olympic Athlete

"From Belarus at the Tokyo Games, who says she was threatened by her own government has been granted a humanitarian visa to take refuge in Poland from Moscow. Charles Maynes has the story. The Russian athlete Christina Team in Nov Sky had hoped to be an Olympic Stadium on Monday focused on running for a medal in the 200 M sprint. Instead, she found herself at a Tokyo airport hotel under Japanese protection and running from the Belarussian authorities. In a brief video posted to social media on Sunday came in all Sky had pleaded for help, claiming Belarus's Olympic committee was forcibly sending her home for criticizing its handling of the games. I mean those guys anger had been directed at Belarussian coaches who wanted her to compete in the 400 m relay race. She hadn't trained for new grandma political party external prostate. There wasn't an ounce of politics interaction, says Dmitry Naivasha, the founder of Belarus's leading sports news website Tribuna, But the incident follows a year long crackdown by Belarussian dictator Alexander Lukashenko on his opponents. Among the hundreds of thousands took to the streets last year, demanding free elections and an end to police violence. We're leading Belarussian sports figures they lose the pasta of civilian and risk of OSHA says they risk their sporting futures but became models for the resistance. On Monday, International Olympic Committee spokesman Mark Adams noted the IOC had issued its own penalties against the Lukashenka regime, including banning Lukashenko's son from heading the Belarussian delegation to Tokyo. The IOC said Adams was now working to guarantee Timon off sky safety in this particular issue with this particular athlete, the most important thing at the moment is Our duty of care to her. Poland now appears to be team in off skies next stop after authorities in Warsaw offered a refuge and a chance to continue her sporting career. Her husband is reported to have left Belarus. But for Tim and all Skype, a life once focused entirely on running races will now be chased by her home country's politics no matter where she goes for

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Arrested Belarusian Journalist Appears in 'Confession' Video

BBC World Service

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Arrested Belarusian Journalist Appears in 'Confession' Video

"Story in the news in Belarus is the video confession by Roman protest save each. He's being well treated by the police who just arrested him. And he says he's probably guilty of everything. The government says he's guilty off. In fact, he's being beaten up, say his friends and family on the video was filmed under duress. Roman is a young dissident journalist and Belarus basically captured him by diverting a plane, which was flying over its territory Que fury from the European Union. At the arrest of this opposition journalist you leader slapped new economic sanctions on Belarus punitive measures against its national airline on say that billions of euros of economic aid will be suspended. Is that enough and what more should be done? And of course, what's gonna happen to Roman process. Savage and his Russian girlfriend, Dominic Dashinski, is a member of the European Parliament from Poland for the ruling in Poland Law and Justice Party joins us now from Warsaw. Dominic. Thanks for coming on the show. Quite strong. Already. That kind of suspension of flights from Belarus. Do you think that that's enough? What Maura, would you like to see done? It is not enough. Obviously, it is not enough. It's unprecedented act off terrorism. What we just witnessing, and typical sanctions are not enough. First of all, we have to answer the question why Lukashenko was so brave to commit this kind of act again Act off terrorism. Well, I would say that he was encouraged. By Mr Putin. Everyone knows that he is just a satellite. I mean, Mr Lukashenko is just a satellite off Kremlin, so he had to have approval from Kremlin to do such a thing.

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Olympians: Halina Konopacka

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Olympians: Halina Konopacka

"Today's we'll mannequin was one of the most iconic characters of poland's inter-war period. She captured adoration of the public with her. Outstanding style. intelligence sportsmanship and courage. Please welcome halina. Helena was born on february twenty eighth nineteen hundred and central poland. Growing up in warsaw halina excelled in many sports. She took up swimming ice skating. Tennis horseback riding and leader skiing. When halina was eighteen years old poland gained its independence after one hundred and twenty three years of russian rule. The country became known as the second polish republic. As lena entered her twenties her ability to quickly master any sport shapes the course of her life in nineteen twenty six. She set her first world record in the discus throw after just a few months of training was followed by two more records in nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight halina never lost a discus event for the entirety of her career. She also competed in the high jump. Long jump javelin and pentathlon seemed. There was nothing she couldn't do. Halina made her olympic debut at the ninth olympic games held in amsterdam and nineteen twenty eight in a short olympic channel documentary. She said oh. The day of the discus throwing was july thirty first after a cool rainy morning. The tim'rous dutch son had broken through the fog and baked the greenfield's in gold the stairs leading up from the dark labyrinth. The dressing rooms ushered me straight onto the field to red circles. Throwing circles drawn on the grass and two curved lines remarked in chalk one at thirty five meters the other forty meters away. I had only one wishes. I picked up the discus. Send it where the outermost distance of forty meters was whitened with calcium the disc dutifully obeyed stormy applause. Thunderously stamping feet. Compliments questioned film and photographic cameras snapping all merged into one great chaos.

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Fears of third wave grow as infections rise in Europe

BBC World Service

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Fears of third wave grow as infections rise in Europe

"Millions of people in Europe facing new lockdown restrictions amid fears of a third wave of the Corona virus around a third of France's population or under a partial lockdown. Only south officials say the British variant of the virus is so rampant that a three week lockdown is necessary. More details from anime Stone in Warsaw. This is not the first time this type of national lockdown has been introduced. What it means in effect is that most stores in shopping centers will close also hotels, sporting facilities and cultural centers such as cinemas, theaters, museums, art galleries, They're all closed as of now for three weeks, but the Health minister here. He just He has said that he was not ruling out introducing a full, more restrictive lockdown if the infection rate continues to surge. A sharp rise in cases has coincided with the slow rollout of vaccines and the temporary suspension of the AstraZeneca jab.

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In The Room with Sean Clancy: Ramon Dominguez

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

In The Room with Sean Clancy: Ramon Dominguez

"Year old multiple clips award winning jockey one nearly five thousand racists including the travers. The breeders cup turf twice the arlington million. The woodward the jockey club gold cup and road stars have her to grace gio. Ponti better talk now and so many others. Welcome to the show. Ramon thank you. Just turn for now. I said jockey. Ramon dominguez introduction. Because you will always be jackie in my book you retired after suffering a head injury in two thousand and thirteen. How how's retired. Life is good. continue Working on different things Llosa new chapter in my life and certainly will start smiling when you say jockey exactly exactly what keeps you busy these days. I know it's been almost eight years. I guess Since you retired what what keeps you so yes busy with different things. I mean personally. Your skill involved with things Family why Enjoying family and use. I enjoin also saratoga which is home for me now over springs in And i have been working a couple of projects. One of them A riding crop that i invented and a lot of people know about in the horse racing role Doing a show going to the other question disciplines in And most recently start working with a friend on a platform that we name a box which we threw up from. Look into bring a content to the spanish speaking Horse racing fan and the has been something that we have enjoyed and just went interview and pre imposed race analysis among other things. So yeah that keeps me pretty busy. You were always playing the long game saving your money thinking about your next step right. I'm and you were always one of those guys that you kind of watch. That were was planning the rest of your life. yes i Certainly i'm happy with a josiah leaving Today in in my career. I didn't have to have The most expensive thing so That certainly has helped through these retirement as where. I am no making the money that i was making was writing a however there's no Huge needs in terms of having to fulfill something that Warsaw too big for my financial capability other time so now they usa enjoying a life's simple pleasures in some ways. Yeah you've always been good at that. How how tough was it to be forced to retire him. And you didn't really get your choice. You had a fall and and had a dramatic Traumatic brain injury. How tough was that for you. So it was the one that i Came to realize that that's what's going to happen Four awhile. After my accident. When i had a i was Gog capable of thinking about what was happening and so on I was planning on coming back in the was pretty exciting for me to come back to to riding in a day when i realized that that was no longer choice You do go through What i call it a grieving where these by Being jewish job. Or what you the is career. You can't help to feel in some ways attached to that or sec studies farrow who you are even if that's the case so It was a little bit difficult walking away. Or separating myself from defy that. I was no longer gonna racist But i kinda would support my family. Friends and so on and Shortly afterwards i ended up going to the track against my will really because my wife Pushed me to go to the track. And that was the best thing that i could have because it really helped me to turn the page in. In all time. I was able to enjoy the racist and just looking at it from a different perspective without feeling a sense of love like oh my gosh i wish i was there. So You as i said in the beginning of our conversation. It's just another chapter in my life. And i'm fully embracing it in and enjoying it as well. Yeah

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"warsaw" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I mean a lot of us sit around and wonder how many people who got sick with respiratory infections or got other people sick Warsaw whole bunch of people get sick with record respiratory infections in January February we didn't test positive for the flu I thought it was a slow or something else like it and I think one of the most important elements of this particular guidance is you're now going to have intrusions and emergency rooms they may have seen some package of diagnoses that look like this over the course of the past month or two and not known to ask the question and I think the I think two things are gonna happen one is will probably have I would guess more people who are potentially determined to have this which would be a good thing because that will help people figure out what the best way to deal with it from a therapeutic point of view is and will also start to generate data will make it possible to share that with the national folks is they can distribute that I generally I think that's actually a big deal it is an issue of these minutes agendas call logs interacting with any information zero you know we've been talking about this stuff.

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"warsaw" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw" Discussed on KCRW

"Warsaw after the E. you criticize polls judicial overall was a university law professor marching Macek says the ruling party's conservative base may agree the judiciary need to be brought under control he says they may not understand that doing so could lead to real economic consequences much consults with foreign companies and says they're scared to invest in Poland for fear that they won't be protected by local courts in the case of a dispute how can you trust that the Polish court that is under some kind of an impact of the politicians who urge the court to take into consideration the national interest that they can solve the problem he calls the ruling parties and game whole legs it the eventual exit of Poland from the E. U. two years ago the E. U. invoked article seven to deal with Poland's judicial overall it's dubbed the nuclear option for member states time line that begins with warnings and ends with economic sanctions and eventually the removal of the country from the U. parliamentary process Supreme Court first president Gersdorff is more worried about how Poland's gutting of its court system is part of a trend in Europe that started in hungry and could also played Romania Bulgaria and other fledgling democracies she's done a lot of thinking about where her country went wrong Mans is shipped gone Nash's pertenece phone we fail to did you Keating people about what democracies how it works we didn't teach people what the confusion is what its role is I blame myself I am a teacher despite all this gear store if insists she remains an optimist when she stepped down as head of the Supreme Court on April thirtieth get.

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"warsaw" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw" Discussed on WTVN

"Tailor Jones he farms in Warsaw Kentucky in his family are in the hit business and I found a method of growing the plant for oil it has been a success since they added to the farm four years ago you might have heard in the background the home of a weed eater being operated by two of Jones's employees as they meandered up and down the rows of hand knocking down tall weeds that could fort production levels that emphasizes one of the many challenges that might come along with growing hemp it can be very labor intensive Joe back to you on the regulatory front in Ohio the job belongs to the Ohio department of agriculture Dorothy plan to is DA's director the governor signed the bill into law in July and that bill says basically three things the director of agriculture shall create rules surrounding how you grow it how you process it how you research it and how you test its by products our executive director of the hemp program Dave Myron began immediately working on draft rules based upon what other states have drafted in a pilot program those rules when out for public comment by virtue of the law that requires us to do that we're almost at the end of the public comment period were now we can officially go to Jay Kerr to adopt those rules I went over the documents on your on your website there's a there's a million details here we can't get and all of them but one of the group a broad areas that you're expected to regulate is in the cultivation the growing of the hemp crop it begins with a licensing what what's Rick what's kind of the requirements they are the goal to have licensed growers once J. car which is the legislative of rule making arm of the General Assembly approves our rules which we expect to happen in December Joe then farmers can apply to our department for a license now this is different than marijuana in which the law limited the number of people who could grow marijuana and no such restriction exists other than some basic parameters regarding your background I don't think you can have a felony conviction and those kinds of things I get some of these are federal mandates one of the items the deals with land use restrictions what what are we getting into the air the idea and we model these after the Kentucky rules is that amp is not going to be allowed to be grown in someone's basement Joe you know we we want enforcement which is required to go out and inspect these not to have to go into private people's homes you got rules a deal with how the crop is actually harvested then as well yes so the USDA and other states are have promulgated rules that say twelve about twelve days before a farmer's rated harvest he's going to contact our department our inspectors will actually go into the field and doing in field tests for THC that product in the field house to test less than point zero three T. H. C. in order for to be harvested.

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"warsaw" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"warsaw" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"He really wants to go there then look at history look at the Warsaw Ghetto look at how these regimes disarm the population look event as well look at red China look at Russia look at every communist slash fascistic genocidal regime on the face of the earth they want to take everything that's in our first amendment away from us and everything that's in our second amendment away from us from their own people speech press real press weapons and religion sounds a lot like the Democrats quite frankly go ahead would you how would you deal with all these all weapons are already on okay explain what they mean by assault weapons why don't they ever discuss at what weapons in particular well the A. R. fifteen the A. R. fifteen is a rifle it's not even a high caliber rifle you pull the trigger and a bullet comes a that's the A. R. fifteen is not a military weapon it's not a military style weapon it's not an assault weapon it's a rifle that's all it is go ahead I would do is I would try to yeah I I would is to the national buy back program and I would move in the direction of making sure that that in fact was we tried to do get them off the street for that's nine confiscating people that's not walking in their homes knocking on the doors going through their gun cabinets etcetera people would be allowed to keep the weapons they already have right now there's no legal way that I'm aware of you can deny them the right if I had purchased legally purchased from but we better talk to Beto o'rourke because they are rock says that's exactly what is going to I don't think these people know who they're dealing with there are millions of Americans of weapons who are law abiding to pay their taxes you take their weapons from the what do you think this is Australia not Australia with all due respect we're not Australia we're not New Zealand we're not Britain we're not France for America.

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"warsaw" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"warsaw" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"I'm not doing that. I'm going to frame him. I got to have some sort of framework and open and close it where you know, because it's a work in progress where I'm going to go twenty keep adding to it, and I couldn't get the polish flag because I took a picture of the collage of them and put it on Instagram a lot of people gave me shit because I didn't have the polish flag the German flag. I already have a German flag and already been to Cologne before that's why I didn't have that. And I didn't have the polish flag because I simply could not find a place a souvenir place in the time. Allotted I went down into the subway the underground and. They literally had a polish flag, and they had magnets and shit. But they didn't have the other one. So I'm just going to order one off the internet today today today today today. So anyways, and we went out and did the show and it was in like this fucking basketball arena. And it was it was it was fucking unbelievable. The tour was great but somewhat when it somewhere in Latvia, and then Budapest it just went to another level. And then the rest of the tour. I you know, I was in Budapest on stage going like, I think I would shoot a special here. And when I went to Warsaw, we were in this little basketball arena type thing. And they had a stool in the seat was all fucked up and just started making fun of it going. Come on Warsaw, come on you can do better than that. And they had a great sense of humor about themselves. I just you know, I don't know. It's just one of those things I riffed on the stool and just just went from there. Then I went to Berlin did a little shopping for the ladies in my life. Try to find him some sneakers and shit. And it was incredible. You went there, and they had like this whole sort of like the sack of the Fifth Avenue of Berlin. In the middle of all that I should post the picture. They had. This beautiful church. That was built before the time a World War Two, and it was all bombed out like one of the spires was busted off the top of it. And it was like bullet holes and everything in it. And they kept it turned it into a store or something like that. But it was a reminder of World War Two and right next to it was ultramodern building that they were making. It was really. Really interesting, and I would like to go back. There again soon and the next time, I do Germany, and I go into Warsaw's I mentioned before they never wanted to go to outwit or anything like that. But now, I kind of went down this rabbit hole. And I was looking up all of that stuff and as much as you don't wanna go there to see that level of fuck and evil. It's kind of a good thing to be reminded that, you know, an entire nation of people could be talked into some shit like that. And another thing that blew my mind was when we were Nuremberg. And I don't wanna make Germany. This is all that it is because the food was fucking great. The people were great. But there is that fascination so they have a field their zeppelin field. I believe it's called and it's not Led Zeppelin like literally the guy who invented the zeppelin. I think landed there, and that's where they had those giant Nazi fucking rallies. Way back in the day and that place still exists. They've taken down all the pillars, but you can just walk in there. And literally stand where Hitler and all those fucking lunatics stood and. I don't know. I don't know. What to fuck? It is over them. I wanted to like the beaches enormity, you just go there. It's just a beach. But it's a really like fucking emotional thing. When you go there like Jesus Christ. And then you see like what was stopped. How great that is. But now you see where the fuck that. We've ended up and it's just really, you know, human beings. We're we're. You know, we're kind of like the Jaguar in the in the however, you say a mid eighties Jaguar, you know, to great fuck and car, you know, it's beautiful and all of that. But it fucking breaks down. All the time. It always needs to be fixed..

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