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"widodo" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

02:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"widodo" Discussed on Between The Lines

"The opportunities are greater. Indonesia, of course, is growing tremendously in the last 30 years. It's now one of the world's fast rising emerging economies. It's gone past us and it's on its way. Perhaps to be number 5 on number 6 by the end of this decade and on from there. So there should be a lot of opportunity, but we've not really embraced it in the last decade or two arguably. This hopefully is a return to that passionate and engagement. Do these leaders, I mean, you talk about the personalities of Paul Keating and president Sato. But what about albanese and widodo? We know they both ride bikes. But beyond that, do they have much in common? Well, they're very different in many respects. Joker widodo jokowi is a self made entrepreneur come. Local mayor come president coming from humble backgrounds hence the I think the deliberate reference to the bicycle in that meeting. Of course, Anthony alberti comes from humble backgrounds. But president Joker widodo is fairly much domestically focused and in a sense kind of concrete and transactional Anthony albanese is more sort of big picture and emotion. So the different in that style and that way of operating, but in other respects quite compatible, both are concerned about progressive agendas in the case of president widodo. It's not as wide ranging as prime minister alberni, there's a sense in which jokowi is a social conservative, but he still wants to get ahead and transform Indonesia. So the future Indonesia is better than the past Indonesia. So he's a progressive and that sense is hopeful and optimistic. And I think both leaders share that sort of hopeful optimistic view of the world. I think what we're seeing with the albanese prime ministership is a sense of needing to get on and do things and change things because we can not just keep on doing things the way we have been doing. We've got to we've got to engage with First Nations Australians so you mentioned people always statement from the heart and victory speech. We've got to deal with climate change. And we've got to engage with our Asia Pacific indo Pacific region. And I think there's a lot of genuine heartfelt enthusiasm but also optimism. And I think that's just what we need. It's where we need to be going. And of course, it's hard to think of a more formidable and impressive program minister than penny Wong. It's good that she's now the third female foreign minister, our first Asian Australian foreign minister. And I think that really resonates in the region and she's a nice match for prime minister albanese in terms of being able to drill down on details and engage with really concrete issues..

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"widodo" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

03:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"widodo" Discussed on Between The Lines

"Greg Barton reviews Anthony albanese's official visit this week to Indonesia. It's a relationship that's brimming with potential, but can it be realized? From the UK, we look at the precarious position, p.m. Boris Johnson finds himself in to discuss the politics of contemporary Britain from a perspective way outside the white hole bubble. We turn to the editor of the Yorkshire post, James mitchinson, for his blunt assessment. But first, what happened when prime minister Anthony albanese met with his Indonesian counterpart president joko widodo this week. Over the years, Australia's relationship with Indonesia has ebbed and flowed. But this week, prime minister albanese's official state visits sought to breathe fresh life into the relationship with one of our closest neighbors. Now to discuss how the visit went, areas of mutual interest and the prospects for future engagement and delighted to welcome Greg Barton to the program, Greg is research professor in global Islamic politics at deakin university and Asia society Australia scholar in residence Greg, thanks so much for joining us. It's a pleasure. Thanks very much. There is a lot on the incoming labor government's plate internationally and domestically. Anthony albanese was straight out the door to the quad meeting in Japan, front affairs minister penny Wong, of course, went straight to the Pacific to build bridges there, and this week they both traveled to Indonesia. How would you assess the meeting with president Joker widodo and the prospects for future engagement? Look, I think in short, this is a great start. A great start is really important. It doesn't solve the whole job, though, but to begin well set you up for more success in terms of trust and confidence and sentiment. I think with engaging with in any relationship, certainly it's included international relationships, but particularly I think in Asia, a sense of respect and passionate engagement showing that you turn up and you care that you value the other. That's really important. This last week of Anthony albanese and penny Wong to Indonesia, echoes and visit made 30 years ago by Paul Keating when he had just won an election and he sort of established a modern tradition of Australian prime ministers going off to Indonesia for the first foreign visit. Other prime ministers have done this to their credit. But there was a sense of this being at return to that era of passionate engagement is known for being robust and occasionally not just eloquent but Volga. And that's not necessarily an Indonesian cultural style, but what's most important in Indonesia is that you turn up and the new care and that you show an interest in the other. And for that reason, polkadot was much in mind. That was a high point in the relationship. It's not just about personal chemistry. I mean, he turned up to meet with president zuha, that was not an easy relationship. In democratic Indonesia, it's much easier. I think some of the barriers are lower..

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MAPS with Rick Doblin

The Drug Science Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

MAPS with Rick Doblin

"Today i have a guest who i guess most of you have heard of prolonged very long time because he one of the few people who's actually made a whole field. Psychiatry and medicine is ironman. and that's rick dublin. Who you all know is the founder of maps around who was pushed. Dna right to the edge of being a medicine. So welcome back could evidence pleasure here. We are at at the edge. It's it's very close. You will come to that in a minute. Yes but i think people will be interested to know when it will start into widodo stunting suit. Can you remember back that far. I cannot remember very well back that far. Well when it all started. Let me just start by saying that. I was raised by very politically progressive parents. And i was born in fifty three and we have loads of relatives in israel and distant relatives killed in the holocaust. It heads though. It was a big part of my education as a young boy was learning about the holocaust and just trying to understand how people could do those things to other people and how the national is actually a lot stronger than the rational or sadly. We've seen that in american politics recently to and so it just was. My family was well off. My dad was a doctor in my mom was a teacher. My grandparents on one side were very poor renna bookstore but my other grandparents were successful business people and and so. I had the sense that i shouldn't be paying attention to when i like to call a deeper threats now then just food and shelter and so that was just part of my very early upbringing. And then i was a young boy during the cuban missile crisis and we would be taught to duck and cover case. The bombs went off. And you know that wasn't very reassuring so you come to the us biden. Oh yeah. Oh yeah i was born in chicago. Yeah again my grandparents on Ones i came over from poland around nineteen twenty but but my other graham great grandparents actually came in from russia in eighteen eighty and chicago. So i was sort of a tried and born in america and i look back at it too. I was born at the height of American power

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Indonesia urges ASEAN leaders to hold summit on Myanmar coup

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Indonesia urges ASEAN leaders to hold summit on Myanmar coup

"Indonesia's president has urged a hold to violence in Myanmar and he's also asking leaders all of Southeast Asia to hold a summit on the crisis in a December decide Joko Widodo says in a televised that Indonesia urges the use of violence in Myanmar to be stopped immediately more than two hundred people have been killed by security forces since the coup according to credible tallies we don't know the leader of southeast Asia's largest economy says he will immediately hold talks aimed at setting up a meeting of ASEAN leaders to address Myanmar's political turmoil southeast Asian foreign ministers have already called on all parties in Myanmar to refrain from instigating further violence I'm Charles last month

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Indonesian divers find parts of plane wreckage in Java Sea

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Indonesian divers find parts of plane wreckage in Java Sea

"Authorities confirmed that they have located the site of the crash and black boxes of the Boeing seven three seven five hundred at Croft the discovery comes a day after the plane crashed into the Java sea carrying sixty two people on board such a rescue team fifty three degrees so the ultimate chichi hardly touch until confirmed there had been progress in that sense we have determined the position of the paint black boxes from two signals emitted by the devices the official diving team signaled the world's with clear enabling rescuers to find parts of the plane forty parts and pieces of children's clothing relative to five of the risky Courtney Allen says he was shocked to discover his family were on the flight I was asking for the onboard manifest and when I saw the five names of that family I could not do anything I can only cry Indonesia's president Joko Widodo's sent his condolences to all those involved I on behalf of the government and all Indonesian people expressed my deep condolences to the occurrence of this tragedy I'm Karen Thomas

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doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation and Disaster Relief

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

06:31 min | 2 years ago

doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation and Disaster Relief

"Today's episode will be focusing on the healing hands. Foundations Disaster Relief Program. The Dough Tara Healing Hands Foundation was founded in two thousand and ten because the dough Tara founding executives had a vision of bringing healing and hope to the world through providing global communities with the tools needed to become self reliant, empowering individuals and changing lives recently Mark Wolfert, one of the founding executives discussed the formation of the Healing Hands Foundation as well as its focus on disaster relief as I think back on those. Those early days we just felt inspired. We knew what we wanted Tara to be. It included as much as anything else. This element of giving lifting helping serving empowering others, and that's the essential oils do that to some extent, and that's beginning, and that's a great foundation, but that's not the only part of it so what we then had to do. We thought we have got to find like minded people the Dough Tara. Went looking for a way to fulfil their mission of giving, and they found an organization called Mentors International. There's a great story that I don't think many people have heard in that first year or two. We were doing well. We were growing, but every penny was being put back into the business and one day. Greg invited some people from mentors international mark. Mark Peterson who was the sea eel of Mentors International, which does microlending too small family businesses. He invited mark to come over and make his pitch. Widodo Tara could and should be a sponsor, a benefactor to donate to this loan fund that mentors used, and Greg came in to a meeting afterwards with the partners and proposes to us. We were on board. Board this is exactly where we wanted to be who we wanted to be and we wanted to tear it to be known more for its social impact as for essential oils, so on the side. We were already doing some things, and we really wanted to start with this. There was only one problem we didn't have any money. We were putting everything back into the business into inventory into growth and saw it was a matter of saying. Do we really want to do this? How important is it and it took a leap of faith? We said we are going to do this. We made a commitment. We wanted to do this and this is who we wanted to be as we started this company. Only does the Healing Hands Foundation continue to work with mentors international, but they've expanded to partner with other organizations as well working on many different projects with communities throughout the world. In addition to working with their partner organizations, the healing hands, foundation encourages wellness advocates to find ways that they can serve in their community with help from healing hands. There came a point few years in where we thought there, there has to be more, and so we offered. Our wellness advocates the opportunity to receive matching funds from the Healing Hands Foundation for their own passions. Their own humanitarian were that they wanted to be involved with, and perhaps Tara healing hands doesn't always offer the specific opportunity that a wellness advocates looking for, and so we said we'll do your own. We'll support you and Oh, my goodness, that is the day that this whole healing hands vision took the next step once the healing hands foundation had set up a way to partner with wellness advocates. They started to look for resources. They could provide when disaster struck. You know whether we're talking about. Fires, floods, earthquakes volcanoes. There is so much need out there. When we saw how eager our wellness advocates were to help before we've heard about something on the news, we had a wellness advocate who was there living it telling us here's what's going on will. It didn't take very long at all for we realized. Wait a minute. Let's unleash the power of our wellness advocates to help solve these problems, and was just simply matter of devising a tool that they could use and what turned out to be as of course, these emergency relief kits that they could then. Purchase and donate to healing hands were these could be sent to these areas where people are in need. One such disaster occurred in Hawaii a couple of years ago. On May second twenty, eighteen. The hall amounts summit craters Lava Lake. A persistent pool of bubbling lava inside the crater began to drain and cracks started to appear in the rift zone. The next day, the first Fisher of many appeared in the Leilani estates, subdivision and lava began to flow. Joy Wu and sandy shuffler shared with us their experiences during this time. And on May third of twenty eighteen on the lava began flowing in the volcano, just eventually there about twenty four fishers that erupted with mom con out, and there was a huge earthquake and this massive explosion. And then lower Puna panicked and I saw firsthand. How dramatic! People's lives were being affected. It was like a normal day and you drive for thirty minutes, and you enter into a situation that looks like a war zone I mean an entire subdivision was just swallowed up by the lava flow, and that's a hard thing you know if you're standing at your home, and you literally can see lava moving in inching towards. You know it's going to consume your home. That's a that's a really hard thing to experience, and we all remember seeing on the news, these graphic pictures of the lava, coming down from the volcano, going across the roads and into the communities, and almost cutting off the island north, and south from each other i. This

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Trumps speech revealed aa divided union

Squawk Pod

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Trumps speech revealed aa divided union

"I. Today's PODCAST president trump's delivery of his third state of the Union address to a very divided house chamber. The president highlighted the stock market spy election in. US stock markets have soared seventy percent adding more than twelve trillion dollars to our nation's wealth. Transcending anything anyone believed leap to his possible and the unemployment rate the unemployment rate is the lowest in over half a century and very incredibly the average unemployment right under my administration is lower than any administration in the history of our country as well as healthcare socialism and the corona virus outbreak. A few of the most notable moments of the night though the first lady's presentation of the Presidential Medal of freedom to conservative talk show personality rush limbaugh a surprise appearance from along Widodo Venezuelan opposition leader and a memorable moment from house speaker. Nancy Pelosi at the end of the president's address Speaker Pelosi physically ripped up her draft out of his speech Aiming Java's joining us now from Washington. Which I guess we're going to? We got hashtag everything nowadays Hashtag rip it up. Rip The speech trending Amen. Yeah you know. In the old days you used to try to get the sound bite out of the speech that everybody would play on television. Now you try to get that mean that's going to go viral. And this one certainly only did last night that she was asked about that afterward and she said it was simply the most appropriate response given her choice. The the implication being that she could have done something more dramatic and and that was the most polite way she could think of in the moment to express her displeasure with what she had just heard in the house chamber. Brian aim and I need to know. Do you think she she plans to do that. That's a really good question. You know she was. She was holding those notes The the presented speech that she was given by the president throughout the night and sort of holding holding them up and checking against them and following along. Hard to say whether that was preordained. You and there was this moment at the beginning where she reached out to give a handshake to the president. Not Clear to me whether under the president intentionally snubbed her or simply didn't see it because he was focused on giving her the document and then turning back to give his speech maybe she felt frustrated. that he he hadn't shaken her hand. Yeah that's what I I was when I was about to question you aim and that's what I thought I wondered if it was in response to that moment where right you couldn't quite tell. Was He purposely ignoring her. Didn't just look at her and realized that she was extending her hand to him and yet she turned telling the moment he left when he didn't shake her hand. Looked like she the expected him to shake her hand and he didn't and she looked like she felt snubbed. Not Clear to me that the president actually saw the hand go out but look she did not introduce the president with the traditional RUFFLES and flourishes in terms of the language is my distinct honor and privilege to announce she simply said ladies and gentlemen the President of the United States so Ah this was a a a Nancy Pelosi who went in there sort of In in a way dealing with an impeached president not to give him all the honorifics so I I think the pump was primed for this whether it was intentional and preset or not they were. They were on a collision course. And we saw what happened as this ever been this. This partisan partisan because I have to say I didn't like ripping it up. I didn't like the fact that I didn't tell me. Give you some history here is this is this. The way of the world have been Congress people who've decided that they're not showing up before to object. You have to really go back to the nineteenth century I think to see this kind of partisanship. I mean I mean you read about the pre civil war era in American in the American Congress and reading about duals fistfights on the four. Somebody got Brian with a cane and amen because we say it's never been this bad because there there were times when people were dueling. Yeah but it's never been wasn't going anywhere good at the time that that it was this bad before right. I mean so. There's a famous stain. There's a staircase In the bottom of the house chamber marble staircase and there's a stain on that staircase. And it said Eh. Legend is that that's the bloodstain of a reporter who was beaten nearly to death by congressman for asking a rude question. And it's still there from the nineteenth century. I don't know if that's true within the Apocryphal thing that they said but but those years were brutally partisan and physically brutal. We haven't seen actual fisticuffs yet in in Congress. But you do get the sense watching this. That maybe we're not that far from it it was you know the see-saw partisanship that cheering and booing You know it was America's political division on display last

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Indonesia is about to pass a law that would criminalize sex outside of marriage

BBC Newshour

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Indonesia is about to pass a law that would criminalize sex outside of marriage

"A planned revision to internees here's criminal code which would amount towards sex outside marriage and gay sex has been delayed president Joko Widodo ordered the country's parliament to postpone confirmation of the bill see the Hutton has this report the revision of the Dutch colonial era coat would introduce punishments for unmarried couples engaging in consensual sex effectively outlawing all homosexual relations since same sex marriage is not allowed in Indonesia it would also implement new punishments for women who have abortions well lessening the current prison terms imposed on politicians found guilty of corruption religious groups have been pushing for many of the changes but moderate Indonesians fear that Indonesia is shifting away from

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 Indonesians bury former president Habibie at state funeral

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Indonesians bury former president Habibie at state funeral

"Former Indonesian president Baja road in yourself hobby be has died he was eighty three years old is unpopular presidency was the shortest in modern Indonesia's history but it was transformative a baby son said Indonesia's third president died Wednesday at an army hospital where he had been undergoing treatment for heart problems since September first president Joko Widodo expressed a deep condolences and the government called for a period of national mourning until

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Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

"Indonesia is moving its capital from Jakarta to Borneo the card is over crowded polluted then sinking wall Borneo islands known for its rainforests president Joko Widodo says the decision was made after intense studies over the past three years he says the burdens become too heavy and your card on Java island as the center of government finance business trade and services as well as the location of the country's largest airport and seaport we notice is the decision was made not to move the capital elsewhere in Java because the country's wealth and people are highly concentrated there and should be spread

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Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

"Indonesia is moving its capital from Jakarta to Borneo the card is over crowded polluted then sinking wall Borneo islands known for its rainforests president Joko Widodo says the decision was made after intense studies over the past three years he says the burdens become too heavy and your card on Java island as the center of government finance business trade and services as well as the location of the country's largest airport and seaport we notice is the decision was made not to move the capital elsewhere in Java because the country's wealth and people are highly concentrated there and should be spread out

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"widodo" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on AP News

"Coverage match limited by state law Indonesia is moving its capital from Jakarta to Borneo the card is over crowded polluted then sinking wall Borneo islands known for its rainforests president Joko Widodo says the decision was made after intense studies over the past three years he says the burdens become too heavy and your card Java island as the center of government finance business trade and services as well as the location of the country's largest airport and seaport we notice is the decision was made not to move the capital elsewhere in Java because the country's wealth and people are highly concentrated there and should be spread out images of Vikings a telling people when it's safe to cross the street whose Denmark's second largest city it's celebrating its history by unveiling traffic signals featuring Vikings holding axes and shields in place of the usual graphics scene at crosswalks the lights will form a circle around down town on whose which was founded by the Vikings in the eighth century and became a bustling harbor city eggs removed from the last two female northern white rhinos have been fertilized with boom from the species now dead lost mail it'll be a week or more before it's known with the eggs to become embryos according to the Italian assisted breeding company that perform the procedures wildlife experts and veterinarians are hoping that the species can reproduce by a surrogate mother rhino off to decades of poaching decimated the northern white rhinos numbers the ultimate goal is to create a hundred of at least five animals it could be returned to their natural habitat in Africa that could take decades.

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"widodo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This is a Fox News alert stood on the soil of North Korea. I'm ham Puzo that tweet from Air Force One as President Trump heads home from the Korean peninsula and a historic meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN. It's my honor didn't really expect it, the two leader shaking hands after walking several steps into North Korea. They then crossed back into South Korea for a private meeting that lasted about fifty minutes. The men agreeing to restart nuclear talks LSU. What happens we have a long way to go. But I'm in no rush sanctions on. And I wanna know rush the president saying, we want to see if we can do a really comprehensive good deal. Nobody knows how things turn out. Kim Jong UN has proven reluctant to give up his entire nuclear program back in February and Hanoi. He offered to decommission and dismantle the Yongbyon nuclear plant in exchange for sanctions being lifted. The President Trump told him in no uncertain terms that if he wants sanctions lifted, he's got to get rid of the entire nuclear program the ballistic missile program, as well as his chemical, and biological weapons programs. That's FOX's John Roberts in Seoul possible political movement. In Venezuela, where new discussions between the country's disputed president nNcholas Maduro and position leader Wong Widodo could happen in Norway. The Associated Press is reporting Widodo is calling for new elections. As a precondition, something Maduro is rejecting. We fight until we win the words of democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren who took a swipe at President Trump yesterday. Every day we wake up to a new attack attacks on our values attacks on our democracy. The Massachusetts Senator addressing the rainbow push coalition in Chicago. This.

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"widodo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Apple park i've began leading apple's design team in nineteen ninety-six before apple co-founder steve jobs returned to the company as it was on the brink of bankruptcy charlie pellett bloomberg daybreak europe nevertheless in global news here's bloomberg's leon garrick good morning friends seen the front front of u._k. prime minister boris johnson is refusing to rule out no deal brexit and he's facing growing resistance from within the conservative policy he's being vacant now the possibility of suspending parliament to foods a heart split through outgoing prime minister theresa may has indicated she's willing to vote against johnson and his rifle jeremy hunt if they pursue a no deal devos indonesia has ratified the reelection of president joko widodo throwing to challenge from his defeated rival invokes call us solna says this means data rise in japan for the g twenty summit with his own political future as showed panel of non judges took more than eight hours to read the decision legalizing to the jakarta on thursday in the end it was an emphatic rejection of allegations of waspa- cheating and fraud in the seventeen paul the decision ends months of uncertainty in southeast said he's biggest economy and unrest that it saying the deadliest political violence in jakarta in two decades in jakarta carlos santana bloomberg daybreak europe thailand's prime minister pre-empts channel faces the risk of mass protests off to cracking down on fishing industry visas bloomberg's randy thank tonight reports disgruntled fishermen and now mulling mass protests against laws they described as too harsh for utah leads a coalition with a razor thin majority in the lower house and that makes even the hint of demonstrations a sensitive issue amid heightened political risk in a country with history of disruptive street protests in bangkok randy tanto night bloomberg daybreak europe and finding this is.

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Joko Widodo, Jakarta And Indonesia discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Joko Widodo, Jakarta And Indonesia discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"Indonesia, president Joko Widodo says thirties have the situation in Jakarta under control following riots by supporters of his rival in last month's presidential election. Please several people have died, and dozens were hurt in writing that began after the release of official election results showing dodo had won a second

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"widodo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"One here in London. I'm Daniel Bauge on today's program. Indonesia's President Joko Widodo is back for a second term, but will his opponent claiming widespread cheating go lightly. And what does the result mean for the economy security, and future of the world's third largest democracy? My guests Samir shackle and Brian class, we'll be discussing reaction to the results and the day's other top stories including what do reports of money laundering against the Trump organization mean for the president and the overall conversation about corruption in major, western democracies, and we look at why the UN general assembly is likely to hand the CIA goes islands back to Marissa's and why so many nations have cited against the UK's claim all that. Plus, how does the new airport affect the already? Overcrowded Machu Pichu. That's all come here. Ahmadou house with me Danube h. Welcome to Midori house. My guest today are journalists, Amira shackle, who specializes in social affairs, politics, race and South Asia, and Brian Close, who's an assistant professor in global, politics at University College London, and a columnist for the Washington Post, welcome both to the program and back to Madari house. We start today's show in Indonesia, where Joko Widodo has just one another term as president of the world's third biggest democracy. He won by a fifty five percent. Fifty five point five percent margin over his opponents. The former general propo- sue Benneteau, who had alleged widespread cheating ahead of the final tally. Once this is expected, Samir. Yeah, I think it was, it was tights, and then the last race when these tools that came up against each other. But I think it was broadly expected, that would would win. But I guess we've seen around the world, lots of kind of upsets of. Votes. Particularly where there's a kind of nationalist, strongman type, which is definitely what pro was. He's the son-in-law of the former dictator Suharto. He's very, very much nationalist us really kind of playing to the conservative Islamist faction of the electorate and yeah, I think it's it's probably good..

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 Official count shows Widodo reelected as Indonesian leader

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Official count shows Widodo reelected as Indonesian leader

"Official results show. Joko Widodo was expected reelected, as president of Indonesia, in last month's vote the electoral. Commission releases final tally a day earlier than shattered because affairs of unrest. Thousands of soldiers have been deployed across Jakarta supports the loser the former army, general provokers beyond to have threatened to hold street

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Venezuelan opposition leader calls for uprising

John and Ken

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Venezuelan opposition leader calls for uprising

"Then as Waylon opposition leader, one Guadagno and military members who support him joined protesters in the streets of Caracas gunfires been heard and President Nicolas Maduro forces have fired tear gas and plow tanks into protesters US national security adviser, John Bolton calls this a delicate moment Medeiros gone. The sooner is the possibility of of Justice and real economic growth for the Venezuelan says the military uprising is not a coup the US and dozens of other countries consider Widodo the legitimate interim

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Roads to success: Indonesias election

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:52 min | 3 years ago

Roads to success: Indonesias election

"Indonesians votes today in vast election, a mammoth effort in the world's third largest democracy with a hundred eighty seven million voters choosing local regional and national officials including the president. The incumbent president Joko Widodo known as Jacoby held rallies. All over the country. He came to power five years ago, promising reform development and an end to corruption his bid for a second term is something of a referendum on what's been dynamic presidency. His main opponent is former general provoke SU Bianco. The Bill will tends to appeal to more conservative Indonesians. But both candidates have tried to seem in touch with rapidly urbanizing people wanting a better life while also speaking to the conservative wing of the country's Muslim majority. Young people in the capital Jakarta seemed clear about their preference. The program made the unique. Up in a shopping mall who treat who's patisserie who's nineteen. So she's quite happy with the incoming president. He has a program to help the elderly. She says and he goes into the field a reference to his tendency to visit ordinary Indonesians and ask them about their concerns. And breathe will begin to who's thirty-three says jacuzzis opponent, the former general reminds him more of autocratic leaders from Indonesia's repressive past and that he'd be a step backwards. People in Indonesia thing that this presidency has has gone the well guy Scriven reports for the economist from south East Asia, he's been all over Indonesia's many islands asking people about how politics affects their lives Jacoby came into power in two thousand fourteen with his plan to spend over three hundred billion dollars launch building thousands of kilometers of roads, and railways, and it means a lot more to people than just being able to get for me to be more quickly when I was in East Java. I spoke to a restaurant owner who told me that the roads built in his local area had out farmers to get their produce to market much more quickly without the food perishing in in the control heat when I was in kind of West Kalimantan last year spoke to teach and she told me that a road which had been built in the past few years had allowed her pupils to get to town. Acre an intern those university. And so as a result more of a people's will kind of applying to two university. So so so roads mean kind of, you know, all sorts of all sorts of different things to lots of different Indonesians. But let's go off route. If you will what other sort of signature achievements has has Jacoby got to claim he's on the set of policies have been aimed at reducing poverty. So these include things like kind of more scholarships for poor families for two to pay for that children to get into school as well as giving more money to the to the kind of villages, probably the most popular of his anti-poverty measures is a large expansion in in health insurance. And so now almost over two hundred million Indonesians have gone some kind of health insurance cover aunt from about one hundred thirty million in two thousand fourteen right? And with a raft of kind of people. Accomplishments like that he must be he must be doing pretty well in the poll. Absolutely. Yeah. His approval ratings are very high and always have been throws presidency. And in the in the pose he's twenty percentage points on average kind of a head of his opponent. And so with all these achievements behind him is is there anything that sort of dragging Jacoby down anything that worries people about him? Or is it just all happy news? No, it's I mean, it's not all it's not over as combining means people of basically being worried about Chicago. He's attempts to ensure that he gets reelected, and and some of the ways he's gone about that he's being raw the kind of intolerant of dissent. He the police have shut down various kind of opposition movement marches and rallies. They've also rested. Several opposition leaders since January on what looked like quite flimsy charges. So Jacoby his also been strengthening ties with the. Military. He's brought into his innocence cool several Fulmer kind of military generals who were very powerful during the Suharto dictatorship which run from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen ninety eight and was kind of deeply autocratic state where the military held a huge amount of power maskco. He's been kind of cozying up to to these figures on top of this. He's also been trying to shore up his his support base with MS limbs, he's chosen as running mater are hard line of misled cleric who has kind of raw raw, the conservative views, and who is in favor of implementing Islamic law throughout the country, and as what kind of banning homosexual acts and outlawing kind of minority Muslim groups what this means is that lots of people who saw Jacoby as kind of social reformer I've become very disappointed by. By the way, he's proceeded and how does that play out regionally? I mean, a lot of a lot of these tensions maybe present also in sort of, you know, countries in the region how how important this election. More broadly. The election is is very important, more broadly. I mean, partly because Indonesia's you're such a big country. It's got two hundred and sixty five million people. It is in the top ten economies in the world when you take into account purchasing power parity. It's also kind of the biggest missile country in the world. It's it's not a country, which has a very outward-looking all of loud or boisterous foreign policy, but it is important. So people have some calls for concern, but not so much as to to outweigh people's sort of how pleased people are with how Jayco he's done. That's right. That's right. The other the other option in the election of proposal Biondo is is quite a kind of distasteful figure for for various reasons. He's also accused of committing various human rights atrocities in the in the dying days of this Harto era. He would be more economically interventionist, STAN, nationalist, and doesn't really have a kind of set of well-thought-out policies as as Jacoby does. So the the argument can afford your carry despite to the all the negative things that he's been doing has is really that. You know, he is a better choice than pro. And also that his pro poor policies and. It's kind of infrastructure spending really seem to be working. Well, and so voters are are heading to the polls have headed to the polls today how long until we know the outcome. And and what's the what's the feeling been like so Indonesia's a generally excited to those? They've only had democracy really for the last twenty years or so, and they that that that they see it as a very proud to be able to go on cost ballot and a very excited about doing. So the election commission shoot release the kind of initial estimates tomorrow, and and that should give a good sense of on the presidential and hopefully as well how the fun of political parties have done in in the legislative election. Well in the meantime, enjoy the fear of people enjoying their

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"widodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Steve Inskeep. In Washington today. The ritual of democracy is played out nation spread across thousands of miles of ocean, Indonesia as so many islands. It's hard to count them. Maybe sixteen thousand maybe a lot more more than nine hundred are inhabited and across those islands. People are counting ballots in today's presidential election, exit polls project, president Joko Widodo winning another term he defeated the same challenger back in two thousand fourteen the election revealed the influence of conservative Islam, we found NPR's Julie McCarthy in Jakarta I-, Julie kind there. Indonesia has been seen as a place where moderate Islam flourished. What's changing? Well, that's right. Five thousand miles away from the Middle East in the birthplace of his lawn. You've had Indonesia that have been seen as proof that Islam and democracy could live side by side. But there were signs in this campaign that suggests that Indonesia is becoming more religiously conservative take the president himself president. We don't know this is a small example. But it's telling here's a guy who loves heavy metal music, and there he was at his finale rock concert rally taking pains to thank the country's clerics for their support. Okay. So so going for going for the heavy metal gotta like that. But also picking a cleric with hardline views for his running may, right? That's right. And there was a move that really jolted some of his supporters. We don't move to the right? In a bid to neutralize the allegation that came up against him that he's not Islam enough and the analysts agree. This was politically expedient move, and it alienated some supporters, but others look past it, and it was tell us we're in a country that operates in a world of grey is not black and white. But there are also some troubling signs that a climate of intolerance is growing people are falling afoul of the blasphemy law. There's really no move to repeal it the governor of Jakarta, a Christian was charged with blasphemy voted out of office. He was jailed now Andrea Arsenault with human rights. Watch is the author of a new book titled race Islam in power. And he says faith politics is growing at a fast clip here. And he's Indonesia is becoming dangerous here. He is the idea to Jane's Indonesia into an Islamic state has been rising, and this is going to be a danger. Not only for the street of Malacca all four southeast Asia. But they've been a problem for the whole world. Now, I would hasten to add Steve here that there are plenty of others who believe that Indonesia has been a moderate state will remain one. And the reelection of widow goes a long way in demonstrating that the turnout with route eighty percents, that's quite high even by Indonesian standards. Although I have to note Julie McCarthy we've seen this United States politicians make promises in campaigns are seen as cynical pandering. But then they get elected and people expect them to keep those promises. Well, that's right. And so his big balance will be how is he going to deal with this growing Islamic nation while he seeks a a pretty much of a secular agenda, which is to you know, focus on human rights. Moron. Focus less on human rights and more on human resources like the developing in the human capital of this country. It's very young place. Forty-two percent are under twenty five NPR's McCarthy is Indonesia, thanks. So much. Thank you. It's morning edition on WNYC. I'm Richard Hake. Good morning. Stay tuned coming up. French president Emmanuel Macron says his country can rebuild cathedral Notre Dame that Perry in five years that can't be too soon though, for many Parisians when you think of Paris, you think of the Athol tower, you think of Notre Dom go fly said, these are the main monuments of Paris, we'll have more on the latest coming up in just about fifteen minutes. Get some delays right now in Long Island railroads, Long Beach branch, also four five and.

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Indonesia's Widodo looks set for election victory

Morning Edition

03:33 min | 3 years ago

Indonesia's Widodo looks set for election victory

"Today. The ritual of democracy is played out nation spread across thousands of miles of ocean, Indonesia as so many islands. It's hard to count them. Maybe sixteen thousand maybe a lot more more than nine hundred are inhabited and across those islands. People are counting ballots in today's presidential election, exit polls project, president Joko Widodo winning another term he defeated the same challenger back in two thousand fourteen the election revealed the influence of conservative Islam, we found NPR's Julie McCarthy in Jakarta I-, Julie kind there. Indonesia has been seen as a place where moderate Islam flourished. What's changing? Well, that's right. Five thousand miles away from the Middle East in the birthplace of his lawn. You've had Indonesia that have been seen as proof that Islam and democracy could live side by side. But there were signs in this campaign that suggests that Indonesia is becoming more religiously conservative take the president himself president. We don't know this is a small example. But it's telling here's a guy who loves heavy metal music, and there he was at his finale rock concert rally taking pains to thank the country's clerics for their support. Okay. So so going for going for the heavy metal gotta like that. But also picking a cleric with hardline views for his running may, right? That's right. And there was a move that really jolted some of his supporters. We don't move to the right? In a bid to neutralize the allegation that came up against him that he's not Islam enough and the analysts agree. This was politically expedient move, and it alienated some supporters, but others look past it, and it was tell us we're in a country that operates in a world of grey is not black and white. But there are also some troubling signs that a climate of intolerance is growing people are falling afoul of the blasphemy law. There's really no move to repeal it the governor of Jakarta, a Christian was charged with blasphemy voted out of office. He was jailed now Andrea Arsenault with human rights. Watch is the author of a new book titled race Islam in power. And he says faith politics is growing at a fast clip here. And he's Indonesia is becoming dangerous here. He is the idea to Jane's Indonesia into an Islamic state has been rising, and this is going to be a danger. Not only for the street of Malacca all four southeast Asia. But they've been a problem for the whole world. Now, I would hasten to add Steve here that there are plenty of others who believe that Indonesia has been a moderate state will remain one. And the reelection of widow goes a long way in demonstrating that the turnout with route eighty percents, that's quite high even by Indonesian standards. Although I have to note Julie McCarthy we've seen this United States politicians make promises in campaigns are seen as cynical pandering. But then they get elected and people expect them to keep those promises. Well, that's right. And so his big balance will be how is he going to deal with this growing Islamic nation while he seeks a a pretty much of a secular agenda, which is to you know, focus on human rights. Moron. Focus less on human rights and more on human resources like the developing in the human capital of this country. It's very young place. Forty-two percent are under

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Polls close in Indonesia, next president should be clear within hours

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Polls close in Indonesia, next president should be clear within hours

"The polls have closed following Indonesia's presidential and parliamentary elections the incumbent. President Joko Widodo is. Running against next general propose beyond two in a race, which correspondent say his seen both embrace hardline Islamic allies. It's one of the world's biggest democratic actions. Charisma Swannee is in Jakarta, Indonesia, didn't just vote for the president and vice president today there would from two hundred forty five thousand candidates vying for twenty thousand seats at the local and national legislative parliaments in these elections, so counting all of these votes is a mammoth task. We won't get a sense. A little later today, though of unofficial quick count results at least for the president and vice president positions of an official result will only be due

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"widodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some people move to internal displacement camps because they just didn't have homes to go back to and I understand that you visited some of those camps. What were they like, yes, I visited a couple of those times in China district amid a young woman name is Regina Mondo Mondo. She is one among eight thousand into nitty displaced people that live at this resettlement camp in Matata. She said she would need to start thinking of getting a certificate for her children. Turn them obeyed getting own identity documents getting blankets against because all of these things will wash the way, by the woods. Now, this cyclone it is affected. Well, more than a million people. Do people feel like the world is still paying attention to the amount of need in from the way that people feel is a sense that people need to remember, Mozambique? They're just really appealing for some kind of international aid and full greater support to come to them. Because right now. People don't have mice and for people whose Haase's will washed away all people that have to rebuild their lives over, you know, they definitely need a lot of supports Tendai, marina reporting from Beira, Mozambique. Thank you very much. Thank you. The presidential race in Indonesia has laid bare. This fact Islamic fundamentalism is gaining traction in the world's most populous Muslim country. The current president is expected to win reelection tomorrow. But as NPR's Julie McCarthy reports he's struggled against the growing movement. The closing rally of the campaign showcased some of Indonesia's biggest musical talent. But it was the president who got the rockstar reception. Nearly a hundred thousand people roared their approval as the president called out to the provinces soon up Java odd shape, how you doing. It was a nod to unity at a time when this vast country of two hundred sixty five million people is challenged by rising and divisive religious fundamentalism as he pressed for harmony, president Joko Widodo or Joey as he's popularly known also touted his common roots, especially attractive to Indonesia's large pool.

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Pence to reveal "clear actions" on Venezuela after deadly clashes

Fareed Zakaria GPS

06:27 min | 3 years ago

Pence to reveal "clear actions" on Venezuela after deadly clashes

"Of Venezuela has become a physical standoff and a deadly one at that yesterday played out at the Colombian border as Venezuelan troops while the president Madero prevented aid from coming in the self-declared president one Guido had declared sun Saturday that the deadline forgetting a large backlog of aid into the country. Was there Gwyther supporter does CNN that? At least five people were killed in the clashes that ensued between the two sides two hundred eighty five people were injured, according to the Colombian Foreign ministry when Venezuelan when Venezuela fired tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters as for the US response secretary of state might bump bail. Call Maduro a sick tyrant for blocking the deliveries tomorrow. Vice president Pence will meet with WTO in Columbia. Joining me now is why does envoy to the United States. Carlos vacuum. Mister vecchio. Let me ask you is the bulk of the aid getting through the Colombian border. And why is it not getting through the Brazilian borders since vote the Colombian government and the Brazilian government back, Mr. Widodo and are harsh critics of the current president with the the of nNcholas Maduro. Thank you for it for this opportunity on you. Just let me tell you the follow him. I have seen human rights abuses since this regime took power particularly since two thousand fourteen but just today was a tragedy was Kramer again humanity. What we saw yesterday was a regime killing innocent people trying to bring food and medicine to our country. So therefore motto is not only creating the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is also blocking dissolution of the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. And that's has to be rejected by then tire international community. But let me understand whether it is getting through how much is getting through. And again, why is it not getting through in Brazil from Brazil, but from Columbia? As you know. I mean, yesterday three trucks rich our territory and Venezuela on all of them were burnt by the regime, so unfortunately, the food medicine couldn't rich the people that need that food and medicine on on why we decided just with stop the humanitarian aid the humanitarian aid was remaining, Brazil and Colombia. And then we need to discuss with the Colombian on Brazilian authorities. The path to come in the next day. So we will preserve that humanitarian aid, and then we will work together. And when that humanitarian they will enter into our country, your boss one Guido has called on the army to get on the right side of history. So far the army has not listened to him. It is still backing Madero. What would it take to get the army to flip? Well, we need to keep the pressure in different levels under streets using our national assembly as the only elected into tune in Venezuela and also put under pressure from the international community. I yesterday something happened, which is was very relevant sixty member from different forces of the military institution decided to support. Why though on many of them some of them as spoke to say in that inside of the military institution. Dureza a Hugh discontent against their regime, and that will be expressed soon. So we need to increase the level of pressure. And to force the military force to back what we want to achieve which is the recovery of our democracy, president Maduro routinely in every rally he danced assaults yesterday. He says Guido is backed by Trump is Trump's puppet, you guys the Venezuelan people should should stay with me. He said this. That salsa dance. How much is that working? In other words, how is it effective is it from adore to tell people it's the Americans who want Guido, and we are preserving Venezuelan nationalism. I mean, the only pop it is immoral. Here's a Cuban poppet. That's the reality. This is Venezuela movement led by the people of Venezuela under the leadership of one why as an interim president they are putting their life at risk as you saw yesterday in order to recover our democracy on what we have seen ISA fight between democracy and dictatorship on the free world is supporting our movement on we need to see it in that way. This is not a problem of ideology. This is not a problem of nationality. This is again, a fight between democracy, undefeateed, or sheep. And this is a clear Venezuela movement led by Venezuelan with a clear agenda site by Venezuelans, and what we are getting is the support of the international community, and I feel so proud to be Venezuelan onto Biella Tino because the cost of their moxie in these hemispheres is taking place in Venezuela due to the courage of the Venezuelans. Let me ask you finally briefly daughter. Trump says all options are on the table, implying that there is a military option that the United States could use. Do you welcome that kind of rhetoric or do you wanna make it clear that the United States should not use any military force in this in this issue? Again, this is another fight between the United States on the little regime. This fight between the free world against them alluded regime, and keep this in mind, we are dealing with a criminal state. They have been involved in drug trafficking, money laundering, human rights abuses, on of court linked to terrorist group, and we need to consider this inorder to elaborate, do you want to hear do you wanna start to villa? Terry options on the table. Do you think the United States military? We need to have all the auction. But under the principle of responsibility to protect which is approved by the u n we cannot allow that. Our Jim kills his own people. I'm. We have on their the principle of the UN responsibility to protect our population. He's under fire for his arm regime. Mr. Vecchio, very important.

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Mike Pence, US And Nicolas Maduro discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Mike Pence, US And Nicolas Maduro discussed on All Things Considered

"Vice-president Mike Pence meets with Venezuela's opposition leader want Widodo tomorrow as John Otis reports, why does calling on the international community to oust President Nicolas Maduro. After bloody clashes over humanitarian aid scores have been as Whelan's were injured yesterday in clashes with Venezuelan troops. In addition to trucks carrying tons of US donated aid were burned on a border bridge on Sunday, some of the Venezuelan volunteers who took part in yesterday's failed aid operation regrouping. About two dozen of them. Use beer bottles to make molotov cocktails and vowed to try again, but later Venezuelan troops drove them away. One point zero was recognized by the US has been as well as legitimate leader is now putting together an international coalition to pressure. My doodle to leave power. This effort will include meetings on Monday in Columbia with Latin American leaders and vice President Mike

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Venezuela's Maduro Shuts Down Border with Brazil to Stop Aid

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:59 min | 3 years ago

Venezuela's Maduro Shuts Down Border with Brazil to Stop Aid

"Tomorrow is the deadline set by one Guido widely viewed as the interim president of Venezuela for humanitarian aid to be delivered to the impoverished country. Then his way has been facing rampant, hyper inflation and shortages of food and medicine after years of misrule by President Nicolas Maduro who still clings to power. Mr. muddle won the presidency again last year in elections that were widely viewed as fraudulent now Venezuela's opposition and more than fifty countries recognize Mr. Widodo as the president. He's been organizing stockpiles of food and medicine in Colombia, and Brazil and will be traveling to the Colombian border from Caracas to meet the deliveries. He's also called for volunteers to come to the border and help distribute it more. No single thin guarantee. Ah mister Modesto says he'll block any aid deliveries yesterday. He closed the border between Venezuela and Brazil and has threatened to close the border also with Colombia. Nicholas maduro. The president basically deny is that there's a humanitarian crisis going on in Venezuela part of the pace that the opposition is making is we're the guys who can relieve these shortages and begin to feed you properly and begin to provide medicines in the hospitals. So we'll any of Mr. guidos humanitarian aid make it into the country. Brooke Unger is our America's editor what is Mr. Guido planning this weekend. He said February twenty third is the day when all the say that's piling up in Columbia and other countries around. Venezuela will begin to move into Venezuela. To relieve the humanitarian crisis there and the big question is going to be can you make that happen? And what will the government do to stop it? Where's this aid coming from a lot of it's coming from the US? They're awesome European countries that are contributing aid to this effort. So it's coming from quite a number of places. But yeah, mainly from outside the region, and why this deadline what's special about the twenty third Guido and a rally. Week or so ago said, you know, kind of name the twenty third is being the day when this would begin to happen. So it's kind of self imposed deadline, but they needed to start at some point. And you know, obviously in addition to being a day when hopes that aid begins to flow into Venezuela. You know, there's there's a lot of politics and symbolism surrounding this day. So he not only wants food medicine to get the people, but he wants the world to sort of rally around the idea that, you know, his interim government is going to is going to provide support for for Hungary Venezuelans so about that crucial. Question of Ken, Mr. Guido, get this eight through do you think he can what is what's the plan? What he does have what he's trying to have is he's signed up hundreds of thousands of volunteers who were supposedly going to try and begin to bring this aid from the border with Colombia into something like twelve cities inside Venezuela. And how that actually is going to play out will be very interesting to see, you know, we don't know exactly what his tactics are going to be you know, one thing to to point out is that the the border between. Colombia and Venezuela was pretty porous you know, you could have all in tears crossing the border on guarded points. And attempting to bring aid in that way. There's also speculation that you know, they might be airdrops of aid from from US planes a could come in that way or by or by boat. So, you know, we don't know exactly what Ruthie eight is going to take. And what we really don't know is what the reaction of Venezuela's armed forces are going is going to be what might they do it. Why can they be seem to stop aid coming in the government portrays this essentially as sort of invasion of Venezuela? I mean, they they regard the delivery of American aid as being kind of a cover for an attempt to in American attempt to topple the government in American invasion of swords. And you know, they would see stopping the aid as being away of defending their sovereignty. President Trump has come out clearly in support of Guido. Except president widens generous offer of amnesty deliver your life in peace with your families, and your countrymen what's America's interest in this whole question. Don't Trump has taken a very firm and consistent line against the Madero regime, which is not entirely consistent with his line on other repressive dictators in the rest of the world their various explanations for that. I mean, one reason may be that they're quite a lot of Americans Venezuelan and Cuban origin in Florida, which is an important swing state. And so, you know, it it it Trump wants to appear to be on the side of those people who are who are certainly against the Venezuelan regime. You know, it's also true that, you know, some prominent Republicans in particular Marco Rubio, who's from Florida has kind of made it his his 'cause right? What about the effect that might have been in in the country? It could it be that the Venezuelan people like meddling American administration even less than they like the situation. They've got. There's a big risk here at the moment, the US and the opposition in Venezuela are kind of working hand in glove, and the opposition of gone along with very very tough American sanctions, which the hope is that the sanctions are going to dislodge the regime by denying the cash basically needs to survive, but you know, in doing that it's also going to worsen the the plight of the Venezuelan people. So you have this rather ironic situation where in order to push the regime out the opposition to starting with measures that that will hurt their own people. You know at the moment, there's an alliance there. But it certainly, you know, it's certainly true that if the US follows through with its threat to begin to use military force to push the regime out, then the the the equation could change. I I think it's very important that this process and Venezuela be seen as you know, Venezuelans getting rid of victory will regime rather than as Americans coming in. And imposing a government that suits them will this work for. I do you think that? He he will be able to sort of assume power in in full or will Mr. Madero hang on in the long run. I think that's very very difficult to say it's clear that the pillars of support for this regime are crumbling. They've lost public support. They've lost international support except for a few few isolated countries. Like Russia and Turkey, even China is is kind of wavering. They're running out of cash, but unless you you begin to see real signs of defection within the armed forces. You know, this regime can this regime can go on. And there's no further indication that support for him within this sort of the higher echelons of the military is is crumbling at the moment. There's no such indication. You had the the defense minister saying a couple of days ago that the coalition arranged against the government would have to topple it over his dead body. The the army high command seems to be pretty solidly with Madero. So there's no real indication except for a few isolated cases of defense. Action that the army is going to desert the gene,

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"widodo" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I may need the governments of Mexico and erg why are calling for an international meeting in Montevideo next week to discuss a peaceful solution to the crisis in Venezuela. But in another setback to the government of nNcholas Maduro, the European parliament voted to recognize opposition leader Guido as Venezuela's interim president this comes as fear is growing that the US could launch a military invasion to topple the doors government and prop up Widodo who heads the Venezuelan national assembly US lawmakers, including Senator Marco Rubio called on the military to help overthrow Madero in a New York Times op Ed published on Wednesday opposition leader and self-declared. President one Widodo said he had clandestine meetings with the military and security forces to gain support for overthrowing Madero writing. We have. Offered amnesty to all those who are found not guilty of crimes against humanity. The military's withdrawal of support for Mr. Maduro is crucial to enabling a change in government. You wrote on Wednesday Guido said he spoke with Trump on the phone as well as regional leaders in Latin America, including the presidents of Argentina and Chile touting his quote international coalition of support. Meanwhile, Venezuelan citizens took to the streets of Caracas Wednesday in mass protests called by the opposition amid pledges of loyalty to do. Some protesters called out the effects of the dire economic situation in Venezuela. We.

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"widodo" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:06 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Your mind. We want to hear your thoughts. We want you to tell us what you think about the department of homeland security running fake colleges lying. You could say that. But I went to school and a lot of the things I was told were lies to that's true. Were they really doing anything that our education system doesn't do right now? My name's Chris in studio, we have Rich Paul and mean, and we've been discussing this story from the Chicago Tribune talking about ice setting up a fake, basically a fake university promising fake degrees with fake instructors. The only thing that weren't fake were the tuition bills that they sent to their students because you had to pay if you wanted to take part in this or work through and work through one of their recruiters. But before we do that I want to talk to Gilbert from Texas. He's calling us. Via the well. He's listening to us on the tune in Gilbert, or you're there, you're on free talk live. We can talk about any subject, right? Anything within FCC bound. So you can't put our radio stations in jeopardy. I see okay. I wanted to talk about because we've been debating me, and my political flames that they can't snap out of your political mind, the political party mind that I don't like what's going on in Venezuela. And what I wanted to say is that I knew first and foremost, I'm against socialism. I don't like socialism. I think it's deplorable. Me too. But what what what they're trying to replace it with is not something. I it's not a free market economy acquainted with big big banker international banker that create money out of nothing imperialism. Mhm? Okay, market economy. Also in Venezuela for listeners that aren't familiar the current president there? Maduro who is now claiming he's in his second term is being challenged by the opposition guy named Guido. I believe who is claiming he's the president. And he says he's got the the national assembly behind him while Maduro has the supreme court behind him. That's the conflict here. The thing that you may not be aware of is that Widodo is also a socialist. So I mean, you're just talking about replacing one flavor of socialist with another socialist one that's probably more in the pockets of the international bankers. Yeah. And we've talked about. Yeah. And. And I were discussing this. I guess it was on Saturday night show talking a little bit about that. And I cited with a caller who said that, you know, even though this is all transpiring down in Venezuela. And there is no doubt that socialism as crushed that country. I personally can't help. But believe that that the US seize opportunities where things are going awry. And it would not surprise me. If you've had some people either enticing by Guido to run, you know, maybe we'll back you things like that these this would not by any stretch be the first time that that the US has medaled in other countries. Elections more meddled in the in the economies of other countries. Well, here's what's going on. What's going on? They're putting sanctions which I like I said, I don't support them. But I I when you give me a choice between Bannon worse. I'm always gonna choose bad. And what's going on here is that that they're putting sanctions on him? And then the people that are putting sanctions on him and not letting him have access to the millions of dollars of money that he has a business here in Venezuela. Here in the US and other places strangling the economy, and these people that are strangling the economy are going to be rewarded for their bad behavior by blaming this it all on my own. Now. Remember these bankers out of China? And we know China's communist problem with China supporting communism, which is socialism kinds of thousand. But because China let them do what they want and they're fine with that with the really want is they want to take over Venezuela. Only the out can make money, and they wanna kind of capitalism, but it isn't capitalism. It's it's a total corruption. And it's it's like, oh, the Federal Reserve taking over our country here, and there are setting up a system where you can even criticize them in criticizing DVD the corner, you think because it conspiracy theories or whatever, and you don't want one of the things I told my Republican friends. I come look, I'm social what's going on over there, is it imagine. To raise the interest rate to ten percent and destroy the economy, and then everybody would be calling for Trump's head and everybody would be one. Would you like that? They would be blaming in. When with the big bankers fault for the economy. And that's exactly what's going on in Venezuela. I don't support I wish somebody with a working plan was going there that people could get rid competing. Is not what we have here. So there was something that he said was Gilbert is that right? Yeah. So I mean, you blame the sanctions for destroying their economy. And the sanctions are not good. I mean, there's no doubt that they are harmful to economy in their harmful to business because people even in oppressive regimes should be free to trade with people in the United States. So I think sanctions are definitely not good. But the reason why the economy is in the toilet has a lot more to do with with with what Medeiros policies have been of inflating the money supply and putting on price controls in taking over by force taking over a nationalizing industries. These are some of the main reasons why things are bad in Venezuela. It's not just sanctions, I I don't disagree with that. And and Madero pretty much followed the playbook. I mean, the socialist. Absolutely just just check check. Check check check. And then you get to this this spot where people die and countries fall apart. Gilbert, any final thoughts. Yeah. Let's face it with a free market economy. Let's not. Horrible. And I I agree with you. Something that's horrible with something. That's a thousand times worse. We we're gonna we're gonna give Venezuela and twist them into the the type of Federal Reserve international bankers. Well system we have both. We have our Abrahams all the players that have been murdering Latin America for the last. During the eighties. At least when Reagan was then they'd been murdering Latin America and giving it to the big bankers. All they're rich. Rich countries are going to the big bankers and the people look at that. Just one less thing. This also in everything he says, but he said that we need to cover that when he took power the multinational corporation would take eighty two percent are essential resources and eighteen percent today. It's opposite. He when he took over he said, I did what I have to do for my people. Now, I'm just waiting to be killed like they did travel. He believes that they killed. Morales under familiar with that character who was that the president. Of its policies. But nevertheless. He he took me the natural resources found a big international players to give it back to the people. And I don't agree with everything they do. But at least, you know, you're going to choose between, bad and worse. They're not giving it's hard to hear things being much worse than they currently are. But I suppose they could get worse. And it is true that in thank you for the.

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"widodo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"White House is keeping pressure on nNcholas Maduro in Venezuela. We will continue to use all of our diplomatic and economic tools to support. Interim president Guido the national assembly and event as well as people efforts to restore their democracy. In a White House briefing today. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said the US is targeting Venezuela's state owned oil company with tough sanctions the US. No longer recognizes Maduro as president of the South American nation. The US has recognized one Widodo as the country's interim leader the coastguard is expected to begin its investigation this week into precisely what happened and why on Friday morning when eight vessels broke loose on the Hudson river, one of them, the captain JP three ended up underneath the Livingston avenue. Amtrak bridge disrupting passenger train service for a while. And it drew quite a crowd at the Corning. Preserve it's crazy not because it happened. But because this is what nature can do and a lot of people don't realize that the owner of the J P. Jim pleasure is now saying he plans to repair the craft and put it back into service it secured at its docking place in Troy and reports indicate he plans to have it towed to shipyard for repairs once the. Ice breaks damage. He says looks to be in the range of seventy five to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars the bridge Bri the way was not damaged reports. Claim the government shutdown cost the US economy three billion dollars. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says eleven billion dollars was lost. But eight million will likely be recovered. The CBO also lowered the GDP for the first quarter of this year which measures economic growth by point zero two percent. The partial government shutdown lasted thirty five days. But a deal was reached I'm Friday to extend funding for parts of the federal government until February fifteenth President Trump has threatened another shutdown if he doesn't receive the funding for a border wall. State lawmakers expected to approve the child victims acting governor Cuomo could sign it into law as soon as today the measure extensive statute of limitations for criminal charges against those who abuse children and allows victims to file civil suits up until the age of fifty five Marci. Hamilton is the CEO of child USA and says the. Justice system and the politicians have turned their backs on victims. Republicans were the reason for blocking legislation it literally took a Blue Wave to do the right thing by victims in the state of New York WG y legal analyst Tom are tidy of Martin Harding. Amazon says new cases that date back decades will hinge on testimony in court. It's gonna come down to how does that victim? How does that individual present to the jury in both describing what happened to them the actual events, but how it impacted them? And and you know, how a jury buys into this and see us. Oh my goodness. This is something that really affected. This person's life for years the Bill sailed through the assembly, but never passed. What was the Republican controlled Senate? Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is set to appear on the late show with Stephen Colbert. Tomorrow night Christie will be promoting his new memoir titled. Let me finish Trump the Kushner's ban in New Jersey and the power of in your face politics. In the book Christie says Trump has surrounded himself with a revolving door of amateurs, Griff daughters and convicted or unconvicted felons Christie. Also writes that Trump wants advised him to wear longer ties to make them look thinner. So he would have a better chance of getting ahead in.

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"widodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The story of this truce now there are fewer casualties from gunfire. Explosions and airstrikes at a government field hospital. Doctor tells us the numbers have dropped by half. But the suffering hasn't stopped. So many wards the cries of severely malnourished children some so ill. They can't even cry did not look like children, just skin and bones. A court in China sentenced to prominent human rights lawyer to four and a half years in prison for subversion. One. John ready spent more than three years in detention. Mr. Wong had frequently defended political activists in victims of land, seizures Johnson worth reports from Beijing one one John was detained in twenty fifteen as part of a sweeping crackdown on lawyers and human rights activists. While others have been convicted and sentenced almost nothing has been heard from Mr. walnut tool. Assign his supporters suggest that he's been holding out against pressure and possibly torture and refusing to cooperate by making a televised. Confession the four and a half years sentence, which will include time already, sir. Served appears designed to send a chilling message to those who data challenge the authority of the communist party in its courts. The Venezuelan opposition leader Honda Widodo has cooled to nationwide. Protests on Saturday to try to remove President Nicolas Maduro from power in a video posted on Twitter mistook why dose at another demonstration on Wednesday. We demand that the armed forces side with the people nNcholas Maduro has urged troops to be ready to defeat a coup attempt..

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"widodo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fraction of what you told the overpriced. Because of the hyperinflation you mentioned what the United States motivation for backing Widodo is what about the European nations are their motivations the same in backing Widodo and going against Madero or do they have different objectives than the United States. Where things are so similar objectors. Also, some efforts to Patrick. The United States. I mean, there's oh. Do what? United States wants to do. So that's part of it. But I think it's also kind of hard to say political. They perceive the situation. If they think that this would somehow better way out of the crisis went I think everybody wants to be very clearly it's extremely dangerous situation, essentially the opposition. Calling for military cool, which would definitely to well, basically, what civil war situation and considering the United States history in Latin America, allegedly the CIA's involvement in that quickey coup of Hugo Chavez, I think it lasted a day or two do you think the Venezuelan citizens are skeptical today of what the United States may be up to and backing white oh and pushing openly against Madero. Yes. Absolutely. Some opinion polls conducted with. An opposition. Poster. The opposition or a doodle really house much more than twenty twenty five percent supports the population. The vast majority fifty percent or more. Cost what type political processes intolerable? And so you don't see states is being kind of a savior. They know the history of. Madero went on CNN Turkey and gave an interview, and he has said that he is open to the idea of meeting with Donald Trump. What do you make of that? Oh is open to negotiating and talking to carpet. Also to the opposition anybody from the opposition. But they've always use the foreign minister trailer was on the arc in Washington DC last week through those titles. I wasn't able to get meeting with anybody from the State Department. Greg today, there is a man named Colonel Jose Luis Silva who is the military attache to the United States. He's based in Washington DC, and he publicly says that he is breaking from Madero. And he is supporting Widodo is is Colonel Jose Luis Silva, a significant military figure. There's so many military figures. But I kind of doubt it because people or something. As a military..

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"widodo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm Borden Griffin. Acting White House chief of staff, Nick Mulvaney, says President Donald Trump is prepared for another government shutdown it congress won't work with them to secure the southern border Bobigny says the president does not want to see another shutdown and he doesn't want to declare a national emergency. But he's prepared to do either. He says the president agreed to reopen the government for three weeks to give Democrats a chance to negotiate correspondent Andrew Stewart reports Venezuela has diffused a potential showdown with the United States. Then as Wayland government has suspended the demand that US diplomats leave that country. This comes as Washington called on the world to pick a side in the South American nation's fast moving crisis. Socialist Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro broke relations with the US last Wednesday Medeiros action followed the US recognition of opposition leader one Widodo as Venezuela's interim, president new chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee and a new year with a with new and high hopes for the panel will accomplish. This year, you're rich Thomasson, South Carolina. Republican Lindsey Graham says the committees recent approval of criminal Justice reform proves that this committee has within it. The ability to do big things long overdue at among the items on Graham's to do list, securing social media all worried about the social media platforms being hijacked by terrorists. And that's not all electrical properties. Senator Tillis Senator coons have some ideas. Senators SAS wants to make sure that we ethically. You got a package of ethics reforms rich Thomasson Washington Virginia sheriff says a man suspected of killing five people in Louisiana was arrested when he showed up at his grandmother's house with or say twenty one year old Dakota theory at shot and killed three people Saturday morning in one Louisiana parish before going to his parents house.

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"widodo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A son wanted for murder. I'm Richard Jordan. Fox News to shootings near New Orleans have left by people dead. Law enforcement is looking for a twenty one year old man considered armed and dangerous. Ascension parish sheriff Bobby Weber says Elizabeth and Keith -tario were shot by their own son Dakota -tario is going to be our prime suspect. In this case, the coda -tario lived there for a brief moment of time. But which recently. Patch to leave the residence and not to return the three other victims knew the suspect, but we're not related to him. The youngest just seventeen years old. The federal government is back open flight operations are returning to normal. And for the first time in weeks Park, Rangers or at some national parks, but President Trump is not letting up on his demand for a border wall. Funding saying it will happen. White house. Deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley says he hopes Democrats are ready to negotiate the lesson. I hope that the Democrats. Learn here is that they can't just not negotiate. They can't offer anything offer nothing and expect something to get done. The negotiators have until February fifteenth to reach an agreement over funding moments ago. Venezuela called off the deadline for US diplomats to leave the country. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro set a deadline of today for the US to close its embassy in Caracas and US diplomats to leave the country. It's a response to the US officially recognizing lawmaker and opposition leader, Juan Widodo is interim. President several other countries are also recognizing guidos leadership. The State Department says it is reducing staff levels over security concerns in Washington, Jared Halpern, Fox News dam collapse in southeastern Brazil has killed at least thirty four people. Another three hundred victims are still missing with hope of finding survivors alive. Fading quickly rain near the mining company where the collapse occurred has only made the rescue operation more challenging this is.

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"widodo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Keith Peters. Sound speaker Nancy Pelosi has derailed next week state of the union address. President Trump was to address a joint session of congress Tuesday. But Pelosi is denying him access to the house chamber until the government reopens. That's great. Blotch on the incredible country that we all love, and it's forcing the president to find the backup plan will do something in the alternative though. He didn't say what that was Pelosi at asked him last week to postpone the address and the president in essence called her bluff earlier today by saying he'd go ahead with it. She then denied him access, which he calls a disgrace, the latest moves, and they're increasingly personal standoff over the shutdown. Saga megani? Washington on a day where demonstrators in Caracas protested, the socialist government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the country's opposition leader, Juan Widodo declared himself. Interim president saying it was the only way to rescue the desperate country from dictatorship the Trump administration support for Venezuela's opposition leader has sparked a backlash from Madeira after President Trump announced that the United States no longer recognizes Madero as Venezuela's legitimate, president Madero broke diplomatic relations with. With the US, and he gave American diplomats seventy two hours to leave the country here at the White House. President Trump said he's not considering any military action to remove Madero. But he said all options are on the table White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he will not all US diplomats out of Venezuela. A gunman opened fire inside a Florida Bank Wednesday killing five people before surrendering to a swat team. The shooter called police to report that he had fired shots inside the Bank and see bring about eighty miles southeast of Tampa on Wall Street that out by one hundred seventy one points, both the NASDAQ and s&p up by five more on these stories at townhall dot com. Thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly-rated price-competitive companies? Well, that's exactly what happens when you call selectquote life. For example, George is forty he was getting sky-high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure..

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"widodo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"widodo" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"The possibility of what reforms could do to unleash the power of the Indian economy is really exciting trucks, the stories that really matter like no one else, you're going to take so much money out of the Greek economy that they can't possibly generate growth, you have to manage a transition to a more private oriented economy, wet, can you have a real conversation to kickstart you'll looking you. You don't mean the referendum on gay marriage? I was coming which is a very interesting in the international New York Times has a piece they assumed that it will be the onto to all these questions is the globalist on weekdays and seven AM inland. You are listening to Midori house here with me Daniel Bauge still with me, Samir shackle and Carlo venero. We turn our attention to Indonesia now, where former Jakarta governor, the sukey Jonjo sorry of how do I say that Carlo no longer wants to be known by his popular Chinese nickname a hawk and instead prefers to be known by his initials BT p very much easier to pronounce we can say now with with certainty. He is serving a jail term on blasphemy charges for comments. He made about the Koran the ethnic Chinese Christian lost the last election campaign, which was marred by religious tensions. But now he says he's grateful for the loss and the jail term. First of all Carlo who is this man. Well, he was a very promising of emission politician. The last person who held the governor's position was the current president Joko Widodo, so many people were seeing a Hoke as mucking to use the initials. Unfortunately. Many people were seeing a hook has possibly having a role at the national level perhaps as vice president or even at some point as president the it is although the hit the protests up until in the run up to the gubernatorial election two years ago were about religion at about blasphemy. In fact, some of the issues related to this case was about race and about his Chinese nece. And this is something that wasn't really publicly. There was a lot of this going on at the time in terms of rallies. People talking about the threat of China into Indonesia about Chinese influence and a lot of it coincided with this this anger by conservative Muslim groups against a hook. And so as a result, it's it's slightly unthinkable to for us to think about a Chinese ethnic Chinese president of Indonesia, but nonetheless, he Representative figure who was you know, he was very is seen as having a large amount of integrity. Both him. And jacoby. We ran the Ranjit card and away which was seen to be highly professional. There was a staunch anti corruption bent to their administration. And also he was seen as just a a rising star in terms of the political map than inisia- and this absolutely cut his career short while Samir. We did mention he's in jail four blasphemy charges, and and considering he is ethnic Chinese Christian. These charges are going to going to be on his racket forever..

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