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North Korea’s Leader Had Big Economic Plans. He Admits They’ve Failed.

Fresh Air

00:40 sec | Last month

North Korea’s Leader Had Big Economic Plans. He Admits They’ve Failed.

"Now to North care, North Korea, where the leadership is making a rare admission of falling short of its economic goals more from NPR's Anthony Kun. A statement Wednesday from the party's Central Committee, Frankly admitted that the goals in their five year economic plan remain on met and North Koreans living standards have not improved. Much. Leader Kim Jong UN said the shortfalls were due to inevitable challenges without mentioning international sanctions on the North. The statement also made no mention of stalled nuclear diplomacy with the U. S. The worker's party will draft a new five year plan into Congress next January, by which time they should have a clear picture of what administration they'll be dealing with in Washington.

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North Korea’s Leader Had Big Economic Plans. He Admits They’ve Failed.

Here & Now

00:43 sec | Last month

North Korea’s Leader Had Big Economic Plans. He Admits They’ve Failed.

"North Korea, where the leadership is making a rare admission of falling short of its economic goals more from NPR's Anthony Kun. In a statement Wednesday from the party's central Committee, frankly admitted that the goals in their five year economic plan remain unmet and North Koreans living standards have not improved. Much. Leader Kim Jong UN said the shortfalls were due to inevitable challenges without mentioning international sanctions on the North. The statement also made no mention of stalled nuclear diplomacy with the U. S. The worker's party will draft a new five year plan into Congress next January, by which time they should have a clearer picture of what administration they'll be dealing with in Washington. Anthony Kun. NPR NEWS SOUL The Dow is

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North Korea sets rare party meeting after economic struggles

Phil's Gang

00:17 sec | Last month

North Korea sets rare party meeting after economic struggles

"Party Congress in January, where leader Kim Jong UN will announce a new five year plan to develop the country's dismal economy. Plans were confirmed Wednesday during a meeting of the Workers Party's decision making Central Committee or Kim acknowledged economic shortcomings. News and

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Going old Turkey: a regional power spreads

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:49 min | Last month

Going old Turkey: a regional power spreads

"A decade ago, Turkey's Foreign Minister Audit of Attalou used to boast his country was on good terms with everyone police fantasia want. less confrontation, less tense attitude. Especially, in the region, he spoke at the Council on foreign, relations with the will of the principal. In. Two thousand three. Zero problems with our neighbors. And the made a huge progress. All, that now seems a distant memory Turkey is growing its international influence and not always with a light touch. The country has been backing Libya's government in its civil war. Last month. The Turkish Defence Minister landed in Libya to inspect his troops and opposition warlord warned them to get out or else. Turkey prompted an angry statement from Egypt last week by allegedly planning gas exploration and Egyptian waters. And yesterday Turkish officials railed against an American company for its dealings with ethnic Kurds in neighboring Syria. That Turkey believes to be terrorists. To some, all this adventurism is reminiscent of past chapter of the country's history when the Ottoman Empire ruled all of Syria and far beyond. Turkey, has been playing an especially prominent role in Syria since protests spread into a full blown civil war. Turkey has really become a meshed in Syria since the start of the our spring, the uprisings that took place in two thousand eleven across the Middle East it back. The Islamist. Movements that initially took to the streets and then took up arms. Nicholas Pelham is our Middle East correspondent. But as those fighters were false back towards its border, it's really stepped into try and protect its southern border, stop any more refugees coming into the country and to provide some sort of safe zone for the proteges, and it's also very nervous about the current state law that emotion the northeast of the country. It feels very threatened by the emergence of Kurdish power on the southern borders, and is it reasonable for Turkey to think that those Kurdish forces are really a threat historic? The have been links between the PK, the cuts down Workers Party, which has been waging a thirty five year a war for. Autonomy and separatism inside Turkey. Many of those fighters did flee sought refuge in Iraq and in Syria, and so Turkey is worried about what it sees very much kind of PKK influenced state emerging on its southern borders. So this year it's been launching pretty heavy attacks inside Iraq, it's been sending tanks across the border. It's established positions inside northern Iraq. It's been carrying out drone bombardments, such two hundred kilometers from its border in Saint, John More, Kurds all the way along its southern border inside Syria inside. Iraq see a new Turkish assault, which is pushing deep into their territory and not just unsettling. Kurdish aspirations for sovereignty in Iraq and Syria, and this is also unnerving Arab leaders as well. Who Turkey pushing deep into territory, which was part of the Turkish Republic predecessor. The Ottoman Empire, which ruled the Middle East centuries until its dissolution about a century ago, which is to say that Turkey is expanding its influence is doing this adventurism beyond Iraq and Syria all over the Middle East of the moment. There's a this year has seen the new intervention of the Turkish, Army. Libya. They came to the rescue of the besieged government of National Accord. In Tripoli, which has been fighting a civil war against a renegade general. Khalifa. After Turkish forces established at base on the borders of Tunisia, we're seeing it's frigates make a bid for control of looking coastline and even ward off French frigates. We're really seeing a substantive increase in Turkish. Power across the Middle East and it's not just happening in Liberia. It's happening in Gaza, which is an ally of Turkey. Turkish forces there have tried to help. Cut Break Its blockade by Saudi Arabia they're. A. Few hundred to a few thousand Turkish forces that are they're wasting more Turkish interested in Yemen civil war. We're seeing interest in a Sudanese port and actually Turkey's largest overseas basis in the point of Africa. So really this is a massive increase in Turkey spread across the middle, East and do you believe that the the the Ottoman history plays into that as a return to former glories? In some way? It's very much the in the rhetoric certainly saw Mr. Osman tropes at the at the height of the Arab spring wanted to appear to be the leader of the Muslim world. He was promoting his version of governance across the region hoping to clone the Turkish model across the Middle East. But since the collapse of Islamist movement since its as from power in Egypt and the retreat of many of its forces, he's really kind of played much more on Turkey's national interests. He's ally domestically with what had been his nationals opposition. He seems to be much more concerned on trying to maximize Turkey's economic claims in the. The Mediterranean this since much more about promoting Turkey's national interests than flying it systems colors. This is really an exercise in in hard power and trying to exploit the weakness of others, the retreat of Europe and America from the Middle East. The policies of many Arab governments, and try and push Turkey to fill what seems to be a vacuum of power across the Middle East, and so is that push to serve Turkey's national interests working is, is it benefiting from this from this expansionism? If you're trying to put together a balance sheet of profit balance sheet? Sheet Turkey has benefited from Khatri investment cutters, loans, and investments have helped prop up the Turkish lira. It may be that country's also hoping to fund part of its military costs in Libya Turkeys, keen to promote its companies when it comes to eventual reconstruction of war-torn Libya, which after all is energy rich state, and so long term, there may be benefits, his critics home highlight, the cost it's estimated that Turkish operations in Syria have cost anything up to about thirty billion dollars, and of course, there is a threat that you're going to see a major escalation. Escalation in the Middle East, which could embroil Turkey. It's not just Turkey is entering the middle, East enforce. It's also Russia. Many Arab states are trying to gain Russian support to push back Turkey, not just Syria Egypt the United Arab Emirates looking to Russian support in Libya, and Egypt is sending its tanks to the Libyan borders. The UN warned that the risk of a of a regional war focused on Libya and beyond that that risk was huge. So this is a massive gamble and it looks as if the stakes are going to be increasingly hyphen

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Why has North Korea stopped talking to South Korea?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:44 min | 3 months ago

Why has North Korea stopped talking to South Korea?

"We should probably acknowledge upfront. The North Korea throwing a massive tantrum about something or other is as shocking headlines. Go up there with Sun rises. The Democratic People's Republic is indeed readily imagine as a vast fortified Kat. It's missile launchers as angrily flung toys, its occupant, a child who's upbringing was rarely punctuated by the. None. So this week's announcement that north. Korea has abruptly severed all communications with South Korea may seem like no big deal. It may even be no big deal, and yes, these caveats are being inserted up the top, just in case North Korea just as abruptly decided to end it sulk while this explaining is still current. At issue? This time is the pretty long standing practice of defectors who have fled North Korea for. South Korea and activists sympathetic to them of drifting balloons across the inaccurately named demilitarized zone which separates the two countries. The balloons generally carry anti-regime messages, but also also born chocolate bars, US dollar notes and advertisements for the joys and benefits of treacherous, warm, mugging capitalist revisionism. She never. We have made a miniature version of the New Testament and we are sending these over by using balloons. Last year, we sent about sixty thousand copies disabled. We're going to send about seventy thousand copies. To. Don Those pudding recently that. To. In fairness to North Korea, which is not a phrase. One authors often. North Korea does have a case. If your neighbor continually floated blimps over your share fence, which scattered pamphlets declaring that you'll loan was tatty in your bird box was ugly. You'd likely scratch them off your Christmas card list as well. There's also the fact that until as recently as two thousand eighteen. South Korea operated immense banks of loudspeakers along the border which broadcast among other things deafening decibels of K pop into North Korea. In this specific context, the keeping of Kim Jong Hoon thumb off. The Big Red Button appears an active superhuman restraint. That aside, however North Korea has never been famous for its sense of proportion in much the same way that South Korea has never been famous for its non annoying pop music and Pyongyang's response to the balloon issue has been characteristically vituperative. Roden Sinmun the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the workers. Party of Korea and a journal which can be safely seemed to be accurately. Reflecting Pyongyang's thinking has called the balloon senders disgusting riffraff rubbish like Mongrel dogs and human scum has said that the tolerance of their behavior by South Korean authorities has aroused out dismay that one may have lost a few degrees of each and translation and menaced vote. showed them how much price they out to be forced to pay for hurting the holiest. And emotions of our people. There's yards more of this sort of stuff if you're a bit start for distraction. The practical implications of North Korea's latest strop as follows the twice daily calls to the Cross Board Liaison Office in the border city of case Song will cease. No more balling sniffling puppet of American imperial thuggery. How's IT hanging? The channels which allowed the military's of the two Koreas to communicate with each other will also be closed. These strategic upshot of all this from north. Korea's perspective is a little hard to glean. The balloon offensive is not new indeed has been going on for a while. North Korea is clearly choosing to make a thing of it, and as invariably the case with people prone to making a thing of things. If it wasn't this, it'd be something else. In this instance, the significant aspects may not be so much the what as the WHO, or whom whichever is correct, one of the signatures on the new no speaks policy. Was that of Kim Yo Jong increasingly prominent sister of Kim Jong UN, long thought of as a sort of executive assistant to her brother. These last few months have seen Commute Jong increasingly framed as a policymaker, and perhaps given the recurrent speculation about Kim Jong UN's health, they future leader North Korea may be trying to get North Koreans and the rest of the world used to her. And all this could be a pretty standard north. Korean play create. Crisis Demaim concession declare victory, and it's a standard play because it works in diplomacy is in life, the reasonable often defer to the unreasonable as long as it will persuade them to shut up. South Korea has already and with an

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Olof Palme assassinated - Feb. 28, 1986

This Day in History Class

03:40 min | 7 months ago

Olof Palme assassinated - Feb. 28, 1986

"The day was February. Twenty Eighth Nineteen eighty-six Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme was assassinated. The case remains unsolved though the investigation of the murder is still underway. Olaf Palme got his law degree from the University of Stockholm in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He soon joined the Social Democratic Labour Party and got a job. In Sweden's Defense Ministry in Nineteen fifty. Three Palma was hired as the speechwriter. And Private Secretary of Tog Earl. Under the Prime Minister of Sweden from nineteen forty six to nineteen sixty nine palme was elected as a member of parliament in nineteen fifty seven and he continued to climb the political ladder in nineteen sixty three. He was appointed cabinet minister without port. Folio that title just means that he was elevated to the rank without being given responsibilities for a specific area of the government's activities from nineteen sixty five to nineteen sixty seven. Palme was minister of communication and in nineteen sixty seven. He was minister of Education and Culture AS MINISTER OF EDUCATION. He advocated for the inclusion of Marxist thought in curriculum and in nineteen sixty eight he marched against US involvement in the Vietnam War Homma morphed into an outspoken opponent of US foreign policy and as a result relations between Sweden and the US deteriorated in nineteen sixty nine. He was elected chairman of the Social Democratic Party and he became Prime Minister of Sweden. Pomme continue to be critical of the US's involvement in the war in Vietnam. He forged connections with cultural leaders and politicians around the world all the while gaining more international attention. He spoke out against apartheid in South Africa. He allied with Fidel Castro Prime Minister of Cuba at the same time Sweden with undergoing extensive social reforms. Some of the issues that these reforms affected were subsidized housing. Social Security Maternity leave and other family policies. This meant that taxes in Sweden or some of the highest in the World Palma's first term as prime minister lasted until nineteen seventy six when the lack of support for the Social Democrats led Palma to fall from power during this time. He acted as a mediator in the Iran hostage crisis as well as the Iran Iraq war but he was once again elected prime minister taking office in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. He continued to focus on international issues addressing wines like disarmament and security but he had evolved to become a little less politically controversial on February. Twenty Eighth Nineteen eighty-six Palmer and his wife least bit. We're walking home from the movies in Stockholm. He did not have bodyguards with him at the time just before midnight. Palme was shot from behind the first bullet which hit him in the back severed his spinal cord a second bullet Grace Lee bit. He was quickly transported to the hospital but he was declared dead mini conspiracy theories about who killed. Palme are merged a man named Chris. Dr pedder shown was arrested and convicted of his murder. But the conviction was overturned in Nineteen eighty-nine and pederson died in two thousand and four. Investigators have suspected the sweetest military. The South African Secret Service and the Kurdistan Workers Party though there were many witnesses to the shooting and thousands of people have been questioned. The murderer has not been solved.

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North Korea leader promises look at new weapon soon

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

North Korea leader promises look at new weapon soon

"North Korea is ramping up its rhetoric and talking of a new weapon I'm at a stalemate negotiations with the United States north Korean leader Kim Jong un is accusing the trump administration of dragging its feet in negotiations north Korea's state media says Kim declared a worker's party conference that his country will not give up its security for economic benefits and we'll never denuclearize unless the United States Descartes what he calls its hostile policy Kim also warns North Korea will soon show the world a new strategic weapon Washington and Pyongyang have been at the stand off for months over exchanging sanctions relief and disarmament measures Ben Thomas Washington

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North Korean leader calls for 'military countermeasures'

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

North Korean leader calls for 'military countermeasures'

"Kim spoke for seven hours to do the ruling workers party meeting and that continued for the third day on Monday he issued national goals for rebuilding the north's economy and preparing active an offensive political diplomatic and military countermeasures befriend me preserving the sovereignty and security of the country state media reported Kim is expected to use as an old in years address to announce major changes to its economic and security policies some experts believe Kim could use a speech to declare he's suspending his new can negotiations with Washington I'm sorry I shockingly

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Understanding 'church and state' in Brazil

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:55 min | 9 months ago

Understanding 'church and state' in Brazil

"Today's show. We'll look at a couple of places which is and politicians make pretty unabashed best use of each other and at one country where a critical mass of the population seems to have grown tired of the arrangement. We'll stop in Brazil who's new president. Cheyenne Shaya Bolsonaro. One power on campaign heavily geared towards the least generous impulses Brazil's traditional Catholic believers and it's increasingly influential and rather less tolerant evangelical converts joining me to discuss. This is Antonio San Pyo research associate for conflict security and development at the International Institute for Strategic Agents Studies. Antonio I'll start with the very basics generally right now how religious a country is Brazil. Well Brazil is a very religious country. People's religion is quite important for their dentists. Mostly although obviously in the big urban centers in the southeast where people are wealthier and more connected to coacher and things this tends to be a bit smaller but resists to a very large Catholic country. There are a lot of. Catholics is by far the majority the Evangelical Population Elation Brazil has experienced tremendous growth in recent decades and it is estimated now that there are about thirty percent of the population identifying themselves as if Angelico but this population is divided in several different nations different churches but these population tends to be extremely conservative -servative in social terms in terms of controversial social freedom issues like gay marriage abortion and other issues. We'll come back to the van Jellicoe presently because they are a relatively recent arrival certainly in the Brazilian political sphere at least to the extent they now operate if we look at the Catholic Church in particular which is as you point out historically the root of Brazilian faith. How politically active or influential? Have they been. The Catholic. Search has been relatively modest or discreet in terms of politics in never officially endorses. Any candidates TASR assumed for itself a role as an actor and a supporting pillar in the more impoverished communities in Brazil Brazil as a country with large areas that are extremely poor and marginalized It is very important in urban areas. Where the poor resort to religion as an escape scape from the realities from the marginalization that the broader society and the broader economy regard them with so it is an important factor in social terms but politically medically? It hasn't had a lot of influence in Brazilian politics at least in this current era of democracy since the mid nineteen eighties. So is it fair to say. Even the evangelical more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic Church. was they want to take more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely I believe and have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the Evangelical priests in their churches especially those of the biggest searching in Brazil such as the Universal Church of God the occasion of your cell to Hanes deals led by Juma do it you must see a do also owns a very large. TV Station in Brazil called record TV and he hasn't being extremely vocal but he has given even some public comments supporting able scenario the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now. The president of Brazil and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves themselves are quite discreet or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite supportive of what is currently the far right movement in Brazil the talk phone crime conservative in social terms so this is a very strong movement. Many Brazilian a majority of the evangelicals showed support for Djabel scenario by some poles seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted full. Oh Bolsheviks what's your sense of which way round the horse and the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Wgir Bolsonaro. Because because they think he's the guy always Bolsonaro going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's the guy so the interesting thing. Is that Djabel. Sano is N- aunt and oven jellicoe. He doesn't follow jellicoe religion his Catholic however his wife is of Jellicoe and he has demonstrated several policy positions nations and other philosophical points that are very aligned with evangelical concern so for instance the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Jerusalem. He stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that however it was a point that is widely supported by the fans Alecos because of their belief that the Jews should return to Jerusalem and rebuild their temple so at the second coming of Christ would come to believe that is very widespread evangelical community at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the pass on to some extent the president also stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that evangelical bellicose think is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. Sold these points. jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned. There are some voices in the oven. Jellico community that worry about the long term implications abused for the Evangelical Movement as a whole for its future because at the same time that there are very comfortable. Alliances of positions between both scenario and the evangelicals Bono also states some points that are quite violent excellent and points regarding public securities. Such as shooting took you criminal supporting torture off. Criminals suspected criminals and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily. Evangelical John Jellicoe so it's not a complete harmony of thoughts but so far the social conservatives mobile zone auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned. Wind is it a challenge for President Bolsonaro or any Brazilian politician to try to manage the The expectations the hopes and the energies of both the van Jellicoe and the Catholic Church. Are there points of difference between them at all. I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the political political support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazil's population. So the reason why this balance between jellicoe Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years. Is that the Evangelical Movement has been quite divided politically whereas the Catholic Church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved but in a very fragmented way so they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil country with around thirty parties represented in Congress and it is is very fragmented and there are evangelicals in many many parties. Do Workers Party that is now. The main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon Otto and his right wing wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the Evangelical so during Duma rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some policy proposals to provide sexual education gender education schools because of Evangelical Influence Tube. Resilient political fashion diva jellicoe movement. Woman has been quite versatile and adaptive in align itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and tried to block some of the moves against its philosophy and its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues abortion gay marriage sexual education schools and things like that so just as a final thought then if as does seem to be the case. Brazilian politics has become more conservative. At least if we think think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current President Dawda extent is that being driven by religious faith whether it is the more traditional oh Catholic faith or the the new genetic evangelical faith. I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservatism servicemen. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is being driven by evangelicals would just saw that the number of evangelical representing Congress rose by ten percent in the lower chamber of Congress in the October elections so their presence in politics has been increasing. It's just not something that is to the dominant can't power. Its shares power with some all the conservative sections so for instance in Brazil there is a faction of Congress that is called BBB so for stands for bullets bowls or cattle and Bible so the agribusiness influence is very strong as well and they also have a conservative view view. Those that support the more freedom to bear arms also tend to align themselves with the social conservatives of Jellicoe so these forces allied lied to themselves the form of important source off conservatives and to some extent swing shift in Brazilian politics Antonio some thank

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North Korea Convenes Party Meeting, Raising Fears of New Weapons Tests

Heart Talk

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

North Korea Convenes Party Meeting, Raising Fears of New Weapons Tests

"North Korean leader Kim Jong own is meeting with top party officials as the country's year end deadline with the United States approaches Kim convened a meeting this weekend to discuss policy matters ahead of that deadline came as chairman of the ruling workers party of Korea party officials discussed building the state and national defense North Korea has given the US until the end of the year to offer a new initiative to resolve differences over nuclear

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US Flies 4 Spy Planes over Korean Peninsula

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

US Flies 4 Spy Planes over Korean Peninsula

"US and South Korean military are watching for signs of potential North Korean provocations nations. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that it follows threats of a so-called Christmas present made by the North earlier this month south South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quotes aviation tracking services as saying the. US flew four different kinds of surveillance. Planes over and around. The Korean Peninsula Tuesday and Wednesday analysts have cautioned against taking Pyongyang's threat to literally as the north military moves could come in any form at any time. Observers are awaiting a special meeting being of North Korea's ruling Workers Party at an unspecified time before year's end. which could announce a shift towards a more confrontational policy? Such a message could also come in leader. Are Kim Jong. UN's annual New Year's

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Majority of Brazilians Think Lula's Release from Prison Was Fair

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:25 min | 10 months ago

Majority of Brazilians Think Lula's Release from Prison Was Fair

"Fifty. Four percent of Brazilians Fink that the decision to free Lula was fair And forty two percent disagree agree. But that's quite interesting. Marcus when Lula went to jail in April French thousand eighteen. It was the opposite fifty. Four people actually said yes he should go to jail so I think there's been kind of a change of mind among Brazilians about that topic has brought that about well. I wonder if it's because the the the slyly and popularity clarity of variables scenario. Because there's being another question here if you trust You know what's Jacobson says. Forty two percent of people of Brazilians. They do not trust anything. They're both Sonata. Says for Lulu thirty seven percent so so it's quite interesting numbers and people are already predicting that you thousand twenty not to our next presidential election will be again a battle between both scenario and the Workers Party and who knows if there will be kind of a more centrist force in the country. So are you basically saying that now having joined ables Dinara in power makes former lead Seem more viable options a bit more interactive. I guess you gotTa Markus. That's exactly the point and always the Brazilian public feeling about abortion. Well again there's been quite a few polls released by full at some Paulo. I think the country is divided. Oh I didn't. Three at third of the country hates in third of the country still loves in and a third of the country's don't care it's literally divided like

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North Korea conducts 'important test' at once-dismantled launch site

Underwriters

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

North Korea conducts 'important test' at once-dismantled launch site

"North Korea says it's carried out a very important tested its long range rocket launch site that reportedly rebuild after having partially dismantled it would enter denuclearization talks of the U. S. last year the north Korean central news agency says the test was conducted yesterday afternoon as the result of the test was reported to the Central Committee of the ruling workers party the report did not say what the test was about the U. when bands North Korea from launching satellites because it's seen as a test of long range missile technology an analyst at Seoul's institute for far eastern studies at North Korea likely tested for the first time a solid fuel engine for an intercontinental

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Brazil's former President Lula released from prison

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:35 min | 11 months ago

Brazil's former President Lula released from prison

"Former president Louis Lula da Silva has has been released on one of the first things he did was to address thousands of his jubilant supporters. The Metalworkers Union in Sao Paulo Monaco's Latin American affairs is correspondent leasing. The Elliott was there and I'm delighted to say. She joins us on the line. Now Welcome back to monocle twenty four. Listen what were things like on Saturday. When Lula appeared appeared was I stay really sort of marked a move really away from Lulu the political prisoner Emerton Lou? The politician thousands of people as you say gathered outside right the union where his political career really took off back in the one thousand nine hundred and they were there to hear his public address and it was a carnival of sorts with live music coming home really that that contrasted hugely to the very somber mood last time. The Workers Party supporters met at the site in April of last year when Luder actually handed ended himself into the authorities and went to prison. We stayed until fairly late. And there was a brief moment where he sort of popped his head out of the Union Wendo to say good night but it was certainly one of if one of celebration on Saturday and also there is a sense that this is a political breakthrough because yes he has been imprisoned and no he. The corruption charges have not been dropped and no he can't run for public office but this is him positioning himself back in the political limelight. Isn't it yet. He certainly and he reiterated his political ambitions of the weekend naturally said that the left can take back reveals presidency in the twenty twenty two election. Technically yes he's barred from running running for public office because of the conviction because of the charges against him but there were talks actually of a national tour in coming weeks or months where he set to meet with constituents truants. I mean there haven't been further details about that whether he actually manages to eventually become a candidate again. What is clear he seems to be trying to? Galvanize is in reinvigorate the left in Brazil because up until now there's been a distinct lack the plausible opposition figure to Bolsonaro since he took office a little over eleven months months ago and unloader appears to want to be just that. Do you think he will be able to be plausible political figure given the fact that he has got such a backstory that no one can forget get I mean for his detractors. Lulu still remains a highly controversial figure and is blamed for fostering a culture of corruption in Brazil and should be kept opt in prison. I mean I remember. When he was jailed back in April last year there were fireworks going off in parts of the country and celebration and also on Saturday? Although it wasn't as widely reported did but pro Bolsonaro groups really came together in the city of some Paolo in supported. The president's and to many of the millions voted for Bolsonaro in the last election. Lueders release piece is is a reminder of exactly why they did and there have been talks among political analysts early this morning that say that maybe it's not the best moves by the Workers Party to out him. At Center stage we see how in Argentina recently by putting polarizing but nevertheless still powerful figure Christina kitchener further in the background. You know she ran as vice president. That really paid off and she liked. Lula had a string of corruption related charges against her But being in the backseat so so yes. This is still very much up for debate at a whether it would be a a move sorts. Tell us a little bit more about what his the next move can possibly given the fact that he's barred from standing for office but nonetheless is not barred from speaking in public exactly so the charges haven't been dropped against against him what's changed. Since Thursday's Supreme Court ruling is that he can appeal but as a free man and very publicly before he had to exhaust. The appeals process from jail and this is also applied to thousands of other inmates here in Brazil his conviction relating to the beach side apartment stands and his lawyers said the over the coming weeks immediately. They're going to continue to appeal because he was serving this for eight years and ten months for corruption and money laundering and still faces a half a half dozen corruption. Trials luda still whoa denies all the charges and he's urging that they're politically motivated in order to keep him out of the presidential election and but for the moment you know the the main thing is that he's out in public. Listen to relate. Thank you very much indeed for joining his own monocle twenty four. Let's get more on this now. From Ovarian Fernando Pacheco Echo Fernando is native of Sao Paulo and was back home visiting his family over the weekend. In fact just off the plane hunting your finances so welcome to the studio. Just tell us a little bit more about what it it was like to be in Sao Paulo in your hometown and see Lula back in the headlines again. First of all he was such a surprise. I was not predicting This decision decision by the Supreme Court and when it was announced of course it was big news in Brazil it was on tv all the time. I had to cancel my evening plans because as a good journalist even on holiday today I was I mean He Luli such one of the most important political figures in Brazil ever in a way and as listened to say he's quite divisive You either loving or hating. It's very difficult to not have an opinion about Lula in a way and interesting. Because you know I'm from some Paolo which is actually political conservative states especially in recent years so perhaps I got a different vibe. I'm sure Lula has many supporters in the northeast. But where I was in symbolic impala could fuel a lot of people actually attacking the Supreme Court For our the ruling can be felt in the streets got it because I mean Brazil has never been Brazilians. Excellent never been backwards in coming forward and expressing their political opinion in the streets but Your mum is from Sao Paulo and she's a therapist isn't she says she's gentle lovely lovely soul anyone who's been lucky enough to meet Fernandez. Mother will have their life slightly enrich via. But you get but even she has been subject to political Michael victimization. Doesn't she's by simply going on. Line trolling is rife absolutely me Shirota. Something like democracy or on her social media and and so leaving among her group of friends people were attacking and some people start even swearing. I mean she even decided to delete that and it is true Even in Brazil some point I was covering the election eighteen. I kind of I felt kind of a some sort of fear when I was in the cab. If I wanted to express my political opinion lenient because people. They're very heated. They will call you names. I mean I'm not saying everyone does that but it is very heated moment In Brazil the moment dis. I think that the release of Leila a man who's who so intrinsically linked with Brazil's past and with all the corruption that goes was with it is the right person to change the political game in Brazil given the fact that Bolsonaro in many ways is an open goal given how deeply deeply unpopular he is with certain areas of society. This is so hard ammo because let's not forget. Lula is a fantastic reiter. I mean when he spoke when he was released released. I mean it was like Oh my God finally have a challenger to both scenario but I agree with you this is a man also who hated by many Brazilians and a person that that is hated by almost half of the population. I think it's quite hard for him to be kind of become president again for example. We don't have leaders Such such as Lulu or even a bolt sonar. We don't see a new generation coming up at least at the moment so it's going to be very hard and aggressive in check. I thank you very much indeed for joining me in the

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Republicans call U.S. withdrawal from Syria "betrayal" of allies

WIBC Programming

09:51 min | 1 year ago

Republicans call U.S. withdrawal from Syria "betrayal" of allies

"Is trump is pulling troops out of scenery along the Turkish borders in a live Turkey deal with ISIS critics are saying we're abandoning allies in this region the the Syrian Kurds could you maybe just briefly explain the backstory here between Turkey and Syria and the Kurdish allies and isis and and how the United States is involved in all this we I'll try to keep it brief there is a very complicated situation down there efficiently northern Syria is a territory that is largely Kurdish it's part of what occurred consider Kurdistan which is not a country as recognized by anybody else but on the Syrian Kurdish people's protection units or they're they're a militia that is extremely anti ISIS are extremely anti Turkey and they are their own ethnic group they are their own militia and they are allied with there also communists so that I had the and sort of bizarre twist to this but they consider themselves pro America marches because they consider Marxism the opposite of jihad jihadist ideology radical Islam all that stuff and the word of ground troops that liberated locked out which was the capital of the ISIS caliphate they were the ones that went in there we gave them air backing fighter jets backing and it may have been the most useful allies we've had in the region they don't really have much of a dispute with for Charlotte's odd because they simply operate in a different region of Syria than where a lot of the active hostilities in terms of Assad verses the rebels which are often soon the Arab Muslims and they they certainly have a dispute in that they believe that they are a sovereign state within Syria a sovereign Kurdistan but they haven't really brought that up yet to Assad they're still trying to fight Turkey do you do with Turkey is that part of Kurdistan is inside the Turkish border and we're in Turkish Kurdistan there's a group called the Kurdistan workers party which is a Marxist group deemed a terrorist organisation by the United States and they often engage and they they have for years engaging kind of bombings in small level the kind of seventies style terrorism we saw in Europe that's what they've done and they no longer do much of that but Turkey considers the PKK to be indistinguishable from our allies against ISIS the third you want to go in it and eliminate the Syrian Kurds that helped us eliminate ISIS because they think that they are the same as the marches terrorists within Turkey and so that's where the big issue is because Turkey is also a NATO country which means that we are bound by treaty to defend them from anything and they consider that our allies are a threat to their sovereignty the mass wow wow service is more tells our gas from Breitbart Frances chasing the hammer here now one of the things I find interesting is we're hearing a lot of reports that the Pentagon officials were completely blindsided by this they were shocked they had no idea this was coming down is that what you're hearing is well one take me through what's going on in the Pentagon right now well yes and I think something big that happened here last time on the show with you guys actually was when John Bolton stepped down in Bolton is a huge supporter of the Kurds huge supporter of an independent Kurdistan and he leaves and suddenly we have the decree that we're gonna where we're gonna let the Turks do what they think is necessary and get rid of the the card is present on their border that was a bit of a shock to the Pentagon because the the Turkish plan the one plan and everyone is an Islamist he's a Muslim Brotherhood guy he is not our friend even though we are treaty bound to defend the country everyone wants to cross the border eliminate the Kurds and then re populate that area which Arabs Syrian refugees because Turkey's economy is completely boggle down by the millions I believe it's four million Syrian refugees are in Turkey now and they're living in refugee camps essentially within Turkey he wants to get rid of those people by getting rid of the courage and then replacing that Kurdish area with Arabs who are friendly to Turkey and the Pentagon is obviously not in favor of this planet doesn't benefit anybody except for everyone on and in some cases outside of the all kinda linkedin groups that can recruit from the Sunni Arab population any benefits to some extent Russia which is an ally of Assad because Assad doesn't want to deal with it is right now we've got a whole other civil war to deal with so there's a lot of resistance in the Pentagon to doing anything that benefits everyone and rightfully so at the same time I mean there's a lot of frustration from the White House and from people like rand Paul who are kind of anti anti war folks that Americans are dying because of this mess you know the average American could barely tell you workers hand is why should our children we don't want to die for this but I think the average American does know the term or the word the group ISIS met his is ice is still a big problem in that region I mean the caliphate's been destroyed I I think that's really was a big reason why there was a United States presence there yeah and I was never a problem in the region that we're talking about because that was the Kurdish territory so they weren't even allowed in those militias are hard core they did what they could do is keep them out where I was in Iraq on that with an Arab territory and the Kurd went in because we said we would back the curtains and and a lot of people are kind of uncomfortable with that because having a Kurdish army invaded our territory that to be problematic but I got rid of isis so at this point there are you know there are a few pockets devices religions and what there is is a huge population of ISIS jihadists in Kurdish jails that there's a lot of concern now that if we you know if we don't defend the Kurds they're going to be attacked and then those prisoners are going to break free and we're gonna have another I Turkey's going across the border to get the rest of ISIS button and they don't like the Kurds either in Turkey wants to take them out as well is that right is that really care about ISIS either way I mean everyone likes to say that you know treat all terrorists like terrorists street the card the same as license and kill them all but you reality border was officially open from twenty fourteen to twenty sixteen for any ISIS jihadists who wanted to come from here or Germany or wherever I want to go into Syria and join ISIS thirty did nothing to stop that to the idea that turned you want to go in there to eliminate isis is just it's nonsense as more tell world editor at Breitbart joining us here on the hammer and Nigel show I'm looking at a couple tweets here Francis the president had a tweet storm earlier and one of the things he mentioned was it's time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars many of them tribal and bring our soldiers home meanwhile senator Lindsey Graham who's had kind of a back and forth relationship with president trump over the years he tweeted out there press reports are accurate this is a disaster in the making what is this going to mean for Donald Trump inside of his inner circle on Washington well I think the people that have been there from the beginning with trump and know that he's wanted to do this for awhile and and will back him Congress is going to go nuts and they already are going nuts with Graham tweeting cemented because it it's a it's beneficial for you know it'll get you on TV shows to go not that trump over not understanding foreign policy and two they want to create this idea that determined abandoning our allies and making allies with dictatorships they've done this with China they claim that from the middle out enough on the Hong Kong protests even though our country's doing everything we can you know do in terms of legislation to defend the Hong Kong protests they've done this with Saudi Arabia and so now they're going to do this with everyone where they're gonna come out and try to tarnish the president on this the thing that is most interesting to me is that if you actually look at what the statement says we're withdrawing from a real job which is the the Kurdish area we're just moving out of there to a different part yeah I didn't see anything about these troops coming home in a report that the ship coming home and more recently the president tweeted that is he is displeased by anything Turkey does he just gonna go back in there and and destroy them and that's very easy as the troops are just moving you know a couple of pounds over which was kind of my impression of what's happening grams was obviously very different he thinks we're just giving up our presence there entirely we also president trump claimed to give up the American presence in Syria entirely at the end of last year and I was a huge fire storm as well so if we withdrew completely live here from Syria I'm not even sure 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"workers party" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"workers party" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Have you heard of this other old white guy, not, not by the, the, the? If you wait long enough, you find out everything is this from the Washington Examiner. Joseph simonsen. In nineteen seventy in nineteen eighty and nineteen Eighty-four. Bernie Sanders campaigned for the American Socialist Workers Party, but only did he come pain for the communists in America. The FBI investigated his involvement with that potty remember nineteen eighty nineteen eighty four is the height of the Cold War. He's trying to downplay his involvement with the party by saying, simply I was off to put my name on the ballot. And I did. That's true. But his ties to the party much Deepa and enduring, go to Washington Examiner and read, Joseph Simonsen article Bernie saunas campaigned for Marxist party in Reagan era. The only question that will not beyond said, why did the FBI investigate him? We may find out. I don't know. We may find out we'll go back to your calls it his ask me anything Friday hit on America first. The board is absolutely Chuck. It is full with your calls your questions. Let's go to line full Dennis in Ohio. Welcome to America first. Me. I think the only question too is this me is it always is? You isn't it Dennis. Okay. Yeah. That's right. Hey, what are calling about was when I was watching Miller, Kony's less little this? Television interview. He he looked like to me that he was stowing land. Hell, Mary pass to the Democrats in congress. Because. If he helped us information that Trump was innocent, he interfere with our last election for congress, hoping that they would take over and the Senate, which means they're off the hook for everything. And now he's trying to muddy up the water. Whatever to keep come from. We running the election and the Senate and congress all this swept under the rug. Yeah. I think Dennis, thank you for calling. I think absolutely right. My good friend Cathy, who listens to the show. I think as much as she can Kathy texted me just before you cold asking me, whether I noticed Mola's voice, and how he was shaking during that disgraceful press conference. Cathy, is absolutely right. I never thought I'd see. Combat marine. Combat. Veteran of the Marine Corps, speak the way Mona spoke. And there's only a couple of reasons as to why number one. He was lying. And he knows. He is lying or number two. He's under jurists of some other sort, I think I'll go for the first one onyx line to in Orlando, Florida. You have a similar annex welcome to America first. Yes, sir. Thank you for taking my call, and really add to what the caller from Ohio had to say. Healers conclusion of the collusion investigation was that he couldn't crane charges because law. But why did he wastes to two years, and several million dollars and hire a bunch of democrat activists and it was a fella from allows point was that it was to manipulate the election. Leaks and statements in the support of people like Adam Schiff. He made it look like the Republicans are fools and Eric collapsing, lots of Republicans bail and they left it up to Trump to hold the bag. You know this Alex, just activists. You said he hide a bunch of Democrats activists. He actually hired donors democrat donors. He packed his team with people. One of them his deputy if I remember. Well was on the stage with Hillary Clinton. The night of the election was was with expecting to celebrate with her. That's viessmann. Of course, we know that this was a political hatchet job, rub mullahs, who may have been, you know, run by Viessmann his deputy that man is a disgrace. This is about making nugatory the will of the American people sixty three million people chose. Donald trump. They chose the wrong person according to the left, according to Hillary, and the Democrats, and that election have to be undermined, and that's what robot Mona was trying. But they won't well they won't win. William box is in the chair, and he has hired people to find the bent cups, and I, expect charges and prosecutions. Great.

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"workers party" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"workers party" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"When you're white. You don't know what it's like to be living in a ghetto. You don't know what it's like to be poor. There are no poor white people. Everybody knows that. You know that white privilege thing that we've heard so much about. I was talking Friday about Jewish privilege. Because a wise man in Chicago at our politics and a pint. Event last Thursday night. He said, listen, I wanna I wanna share this with your. Here's one show. It's a concept Jewish privilege. He said I said, yes. He said at the end of World War, One the Germans we're looking for someone to blame all their troubles on the economy had gone to hell and all that was misery and squalor and no employment and and everybody was starving to death. And they had to find a scapegoat. They had to find somebody to blame. So the national Socialist Workers Party, not conservatives not small government. People not constitutionalists. Not jeffersonian Republicans. No, no, no, the national Socialist Workers Party in Germany. They decided that their scapegoat would be the Jews Jewish privilege the Jews made too much money. They were too rich. They were too powerful. Too small a group had too high a concentration of power and money and affluence Jewish privilege now the left here as updated that bit white privilege white people have too much power too much money things don't usually go. Well from this point on layer on top of that toxic masculinity. It's toxic masculine. Did we get audio of the runners are we? Because that's that's good stuff. And Bernie Sanders. We've got a couple of Bernie things first up because Bernie Bernie Bernie Sanders. He's James Hodgkinson biz. Here's one story of Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders politely asks supporters, not to harass his opponents rolling. Stone magazine reports what else do all very bad through. Engage respectfully without democratic. Opponents said Bernie Sanders in an Email to his supporters. You know, there was another Bernie Sanders supported by the name of James Hodgkinson. He went down to a baseball field in Alexandria Virginia with an S gas rifle and a pistol. The shot congressman Steve Scalise tried to shoot Senator rand Paul tried to shoot and kill every Republican on the baseball field. It was a suicide mission. This Bernie Sanders. Volunteer was carrying out. He was shot to death by US capitol police, and I'm not sure whether the Alexandria place where also involved Virginia place, but he was shot to death because he was on a suicide mission. Now, Bernie this time around maybe a little Hanky about this guy. Because this guy was a volunteer in his Facebook page was covered with Bernie and he met with Bernie staffers at Bernie's office on Bernie's Capitol Hill. And now Bernie because the left, you know, they got an Tif rioting and smashing and Bill. Have we had an arrest in that Berkeley political violence that political assaults last week? I don't think they're actually trying. What do you think because they like political violence because they're the left? So he is writing to his supporters asking them to not harass. Now. Why why do you have to do that you vile 'cause you're you're violent followers are such a threat to civilization and the answer is yes, that's actually why during the two thousand sixteen elections many Hillary Clinton supporters felt harassed by supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders. So you go ahead and harass Republicans just harass other leftists and Sanders is trying to get in front of that before the twenty twenty race heats up by sending an Email urging fans to engage respectfully with his democratic opponents say not with Republicans. So it just tells them to behave civilly with fellow Democrats as we engage with our opponent in the Democratic Party. We will forcefully present our views and defend ourselves against misrepresentations. But let us do our very best to engage respectfully with our democratic opponents. Say, but he doesn't say anything about Republicans here because that's. No, I wasn't shooting at fellow Democrats your volunteers that's one of Bernie's irregulars. There are more trust me. But let us do our best to engage. Respectfully with our democratic opponents talking about the issues, we're fighting for not about personalities are past grievances. Yeah. Good luck. With that. Bernie, people.

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"workers party" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"workers party" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The student receives reductions in price at a student may get wholesome food sufficiently, keep body and soul together. While they were some German anti semitic agitation during the late nineteenth century. Germany was not really the place. It was thought to flourish. Why did the highly educated Germans embrace a lunatic like Adolf Hitler asks Jim Powell and Forbes magazine. And he writes the short answer is that bad policies caused economic military and political crises Chow time for tyrants, and when people became angry enough a desperate enough. Sometimes they'll support crazies who would never attract the crowd in normal circumstances. Now are we in that stage in America? No, the media would have you believe we're in those bad times. We're not in those bad times is a complete construct of of the left-wing media. People are fat and happy there's an obesity epidemic. Nobody is starving in America. There's nobody really needs anything in this country. All they have is jealousy which is whipped up by the likes of the left in this country. Such as camera Harris, offering free healthcare is though that is something you're entitled to well. No, you're not entitled to it. But let's go back to how dictatorships arise and dictators come to power in a democracy because we are now certainly in a in a democracy of sorts. We certainly are. I know it's a Republic. I heard that fifty years ago. It's a Republic, not a democracy, please. Let's not get picky with each other. But how could a dictatorship arise in this country? How the left is expressing their desire for such a dictatorship. So what did Hitler do? Well, hitler. I joined the German Workers Party that in February nineteen twenty became the national socialist German Workers Party. Did you catch that national socialist German Workers Party something for everyone began as the AP what was the national socialist German Workers Party? It was a brew of nationalism. Socialism anti-semitism and pay attention in Brooklyn, Berkeley, anti-capitalism nationalism combined with socialism combined with anti-semitism anti-capitalism. So of those four elements three of them are the watchwords of the democrat party of today. The only thing missing from the American left running the democrat party today is any sort of love for the country. So what happened next what happened next? Well, Hitler became a great speaker speaker, and he started to denounce Jews capitalists and other alleged villains and he vowed to rebuild German greatness. Now, I want to go into denouncing Jews and capitalists because right now the democrat party have sitting congresswomen who are denouncing Jews that have done. So for years, mainly they are Muslims who are now the Hitler's of their party, only, you wouldn't hear that from anyone else in the media because they're all busy kowtowing to the kerchief back in a minute on the Savage Nation..

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Is the separation of church and state an impossible fiction?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Is the separation of church and state an impossible fiction?

"Van jealou- Kohl's more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic church was they want to take a more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely. Evangelical have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the evangelical priests in their churches, especially those of the biggest searches in in Brazil, such as the universal church of God, the vision of cell to Hainault deals led by Juma. Do it. You must see a do also owns a very large devestation in Brazil called record TV. And he hasn't been extremely vocal. But he has given some public comments supporting Jibal so narrow the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now, the president of Brazil, and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves are quite discreet. Or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite suppo-. Live off. What is currently the far right movement in Brazil, the sort of tough on crime conservative in social terms. So this is a very strong movement in Brazil, and a majority of the oven Jellicoe showed support for valuable so Naro by some pulse. Seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted for ball Shara. What's your sense of which way round the horse in the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Vizcaya Bolsonaro because they think he's the guy. Always I also narrow going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's their guy. So the interesting thing is that Djabel sano is not an Jellicoe. He doesn't follow innovate Jelica religion, his Catholic. However, his wife is even Jellicoe, and he has demonstrated several policy positions and brother philosophical points that are very aligned with even Jellicoe concern. So for instance, the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to jerus-. Elim he stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that. However, it was a point that is widely supported by even Jellico is because of their belief that the Jews should return to resume and rebuild the temple. So that the second coming of Christ would come. It's a belief that is very widespread and even Jellico community, at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the past and to some extent in the present will sonata stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that even Jellicoe stink is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. So these points if Jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned there are some voices in the Jellico community that worry about the long term implications of this for the oven Jellicoe movement as a whole for its future because at the same time. That there are very comfortable alliances of positions between both scenario and the oven Jellicoe, both Renato also state some points that are quite violent and points regarding public security such as shooting to kill criminals, supporting torture of criminals, all suspected criminals, and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men, which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily even Jellicoe. So it's not a complete harmony of thoughts. But so far the social conservatives mobile on auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned is it a challenge for president Bolsonaro any Brazilian politician to try to manage the the expectations the hopes and the energies of of both the van calls, and the Catholic church are there points of difference between the Natale I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the politic. Support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazilian population. So the reason why this balance between even Jellicoe sin Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years is that the Jellicoe movement has been quite divided politically. Whereas the Catholic church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved, but in a very fragmented way. So they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil is a country with around thirty parties represented in congress, and it is very fragmented. And there are von Jellicoe, you know, in many many parties, the Workers Party that is now the main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon arrow in his right-wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the evangelical during Duma Rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some Paul. Proposals to provide sexual education gender decay shin schools because of even Jellicoe influence in true, Brazilian, political fashion. Diva Jellicoe movement has been quite versatile and adaptive in aligning itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and try to block some of the moves there against its philosophy. And its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues, abortion, gay, marriage, sexual education schools and things like that. So just as a final thought, then if as does seem to be the case Brazilian politics has become more conservative at least if we think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current president Daud extent is that being driven by religious faith. Whether it is the more, traditional Catholic, faith or the new and in a jetty evangelical faith, I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservative. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is

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"workers party" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Latino USA

"Sunday, letting America's largest nation elected a new president. Jay also now a far right congressman and a former army captain who won with fifty five percent of the vote against Nando that the candidate for the leftist Workers Party. This year's election campaign was one of the most divisive in Brazil's history families and friends turned against each other mass protests for and against the leading candidate filled the streets. And the reason the election was so controversial was because of the man who won far-right leader Gerry Poulson narrow a former army, captain who is often referred to as Brazil's Trump because of his anti-establishment rhetoric and populist views Torius for remarks considered fascist racist, homophobic, and above all sexist. He wants publicly said a Brazilian congresswoman didn't deserve to be raped because she was too ugly. Skewer politician whose middle name is messiah. And that is how almost half of Brazilian voters siege. I also NATO. Multi one with a populist anti status quo. Message his agenda includes giving Brazilian police expanded powers to kill suspected criminals and opening up the Amazon to exploitation. Has often praised Brazil's former military dictatorship. And he said that he supports the use of torture. He joins an increasing number of far right beaters around the world who display a thorn, Tyrian views. To talk more about Brazil's election. We're joined by the Annika Hanke. She's a Brazilian journalist who writes for the newspaper or global she's covered elections in Brazil as well as international conflicts and human rights. Welcome to letting USA Hannah. Thank you. Thank you for inviting me, we actually talked about what you had for breakfast. And you you said that you actually you went all out and did some serious comfort food. Yeah. I did. It's it's a difficult day for Brazil. I was young still when we had the first free elections in Brazilian an one thousand nine hundred eighty five and I never thought I would grow up to talk about the possibility of dictatorship in present time. I find it interesting that the first thing you said was you referred to dictatorship. And there are probably people who are listening who say, but this was an election. This was not a military coup candidate during the campaign has repeatedly praised the dictatorship defended the dictatorship. He has paid tribute for for example, Cardozo Obama through was the first military commander who was convicted in Brazil for torturing is responsible for the disappearance of more than five hundred people and. When you say paid tribute. Like, what do you mean when former president Duma who Saif was impeded he was at that time a congressman and during his speech for her impeachment. He named Ostra the head of the torture unit from the dictatorship and Dilma who Rousseff was one of the women. The menu women that were tortured during that time. He praised him as a hero during his vote. View. Dale. But we have more concrete reasons to be worried his vice president is a general, and he has also said that he will nominate the military for civilian positions in the government. What are some of the things that both to narrow the soon to be president of Brazil has said against women against the LGBTQ community against afro Brazilians? What is he said mighty dad? The Hosanna is a Workers Party congress woman, and they had this discussion. And then he said, they will not rape you because you don't deserve it. And then the reason was that she was ugly. It's not only the the violence of the words is also the mindset of putting rape as something that we've been can deserve or not..

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"workers party" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"But it was so sad hearing, even from my mother, you know, she voted for the Workers Party and. Say that. And she said I cannot wear red on the streets because she would be she feared that she could be punched by someone. And that's the thing, you know, even though both now he did kind of say that you know, there's been some hate attacks in Brazil from both supporters to are the Dodd supporters. So he said, oh, basically, it's no my fault. But of course, it's his fault. You know, he's normalizing disdain of speech. And you seem this more and more every single day. There's like a handful of stories, and that's that's quite scary. Actually for my country in a way, he just reasserted that today he said that he is going to run for God and constitution. Anyone who knows anything about the recent history of Latin American knows what that means nothing. Good. Okay. Well, let's move along slightly and look at the United States, which continues to learn that electing a populist demagogue to its highest office is not a cost free experiment. It should be acknowledged that the shooter now charged with the murder of eleven mostly elderly people in a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday does. Not seem to be a fan of Donald Trump in that Robert Bowers appears to believe Trump unacceptably liberal, but bows did walls rather where he's a habit. You of the swamp far right anti-immigrant conspiracy theory, which Trump has done much to encourage and from which Trump draws much of his most fervored support. Brian. It is a it's it's an event which is is hideous in absolutely every aspect, which is something. I think we should acknowledge before possibly making what might be a slightly glib comparison. But is this is this something unusual and different or is this, and it's a horrible thing to have to say out loud. Just another American mass shooting. I think it is different. And I think it's different because the frequency and the scope of the types of attacks that are occurring are coinciding with rhetoric from the president. So you know, when you look back on violent extremism that's come out of America in the past. You couldn't point to words of the US president amplifying antisemitic conspiracy theories right before the attack the argument against that would be of course, that America has an immense if we'd le- under-discussed history of political violence. Yes. That's absolutely true. But this is my point right? So win these attacks happened. They there was not an ability to say, okay. The president stoked it, right? The they targeted these people before they were targeted. So we have in the last couple of days we've had bomb sent to all of Donald trumps favorite targets. Right people that he is called the enemies of the people when it comes to CNN, and then he blamed them for the bombs after suggesting they were a hoax with the Jewish synagogue. He amplified a far-right conspiracy theory about George Soros, the Republican leadership said that George Soros was paying for this caravan of migrants coming from Latin America, and that is what triggered this man to go up, and shoot a synagogue. So it's not it's only take a massive amount of logical leaps to get from the fact that these conspiracy theories that are being spread by people in positions of power that are then being absorbed minimized by people in positions of power are happening at the same time that Donald Trump is explicitly praising political violence because he said that Greg Jian for to violently attacked reporter was his kind of guy because he used violence..

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"workers party" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Here & Now

"He may did seem to echo some sentiments that have been made by some politicians about. They're being globalist. Particularly George Soros behind this caravan these debunk conspiracy theories, but we don't know much about him here. Well, the eleven victims his eleven dictums alleged alone victims will be buried beginning. Tomorrow, understand briefly. Yeah. And I mean, I just wanna say the way this community has come together is very impressive. The gathering last night. We saw people from all faiths coming and saying that Jewish community that help them in the past and they wanna return the favor NPR's quil Lawrence. Thank you. Thank you will yesterday. President Trump called to congratulate far right candidate shy year both scenario who was elected president of Brazil on Sunday supporters hoped. He brings sweeping change to Latin America's largest country, which is struggling with rising unemployment crime and corruption. But both in our is also a very polarizing figure. He's been called the Trump of the tropics. Joining us now is the BBC's. Julia card narrow Enrico Rio de Janeiro hydra Leah. Thank you. Thank you. Both in our we could tick off his extremist views over the years about women extremist views about gay people about black people in at times. He's even suggested that he supports dictatorship in Brazil. How polarizing is the new president-elect Brazil? Well, he is a figure that spilt his career with very aggressive rhetoric aggressive towards minorities, he is a former military army, captain. And so he has defended the military dictatorship in the path. He has a paid homage to figure that was a torture during the dictatorship in congress, and this speech that usually resorts intolerance, and that usually talks about incriminating his opponents just the week before he was elected. He spoke of wiping, the Workers Party, the left-wing Workers Party supporters from the face of Brazil is highly polarizing and is seeing. With fear amongst people who voted against him. So it is quite a delicate moment for Brazil and an unprecedented moment in Brazilian history. So how did he rise to prominence so quickly because this is a man who also spent decades in Brazil's congress without much of a legislative record? Yes, precisely he really grew through his attacks towards the Workers Party and was fueled by the huge anger. And I think it's fair to say hatred. That's Fred towards the Workers Party in Brazil after massive corruption scandals that have emerged over the past years. So the Workers Party left wing party was in government for thirteen years. People will remember the government of former President Lula Lula is now in prison since April this year and corruption on corruption charges. Yes. And he's facing other charges as well. And many people in Brazil are just fed up with the Workers Party. And think that they are to blame for the economic recession that refacing for the huge levels of unemployment and for the problems that we're facing right now, let's just tick through some of the problems that Brazil is facing. You mentioned the economy thirteen million unemployed in the country and violence is a major issue in this election, sixty three thousand murders last year, one of the worst murder rates in the world. Yes. And both outta has really capitalized these issues and has been speaking a lot about the issue of public security saying that he's going to take a hard line stance against violence and with this. He has often said that a police should not be punished by killing while on duty if they're doing their jobs, so he he's someone who defends the reduction, for instance, of the age of criminal responsibility in Brazil from eighteen to sixteen years of age. He defends that people should be able to own web..

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"workers party" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Someone they can trust our job is to cut through the talking points. Mccallum? We're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged bream. What I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's a midnight were there news channel, real news. Real honest opinion. This moment of silence for the Pittsburgh massacre victims anything but silent. Approach. Hauled out of that rally for Tennessee US Senate candidate, Marsha Blackburn. South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham, they're campaigning for the Republican congresswoman she's in a tight race against former governor Phil Bredesen's, the democrat endorsed by none. Other than pop star Taylor swift some voter complaints in Texas, some early voters in Texas say they're straight ticket ballots are being switched to the opposite political party including ballots cast in the heated contest between incumbent Senator Ted Cruz and democratic rival Beto aerobic. The Texas secretary of state's office says there were issues reported with the heart e slate voting machines, but they are blaming voters. Not the machines which feature a wheel to select candidates and boughten to move from screen to screen. The Texas Democratic Party is accusing the secretary of state's office of not doing enough to warn voters have potential issues the machines manufacturer is defending its product and Carrick Fox News. It was the far left versus the far, right and Brazil's presidential election. The far right one Brazil Supreme Electoral Tribunal declaring far right? Congressman gyro Bolsonaro. The next president of Latin America's largest country with ninety nine percent of the votes. Counted he has about a ten percent lead over leftist Fernando Haddad of the Workers Party. While the Boston Red Sox now lead the dodgers two to one top the third inning of game five of the World Series now underway at Dodger Stadium. The Red Sox. Could take home the title if they win tonight? I'm Jane Metzler, and this is Fox News. From Tyler Perry. Is your sister? On friday. Stay with you. Tiffany haddish tika, Sumpter hardware and Whoopi Goldberg Tanya, she could be a bit much. Why you keep looking at the mirror for the police catches. Nobody's Fool under seventeen without.

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Investors expect Bolsonaro win in Brazil election, worry about future of reforms

Raul Campos

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Investors expect Bolsonaro win in Brazil election, worry about future of reforms

"Pulse. Say the favorite to win. Both Bolsonaro a retired army captain from the far right who had MAs Brazil's poss- military dictatorship. He voted at a polling station in Rio de Janeiro was greeted by crowd of supporters. Many waved Brazil's national flag. Some chanted slogans celebrating his pledge to wipe out corruption the election campaign has been marred by political violence, and as soon NAMI of fake news, Boston does in a runoff against Fernando adagio from the Workers Party that govern Brazil for thirteen of the last fifteen years, and is now the target of much public anger of a corruption crime and economic mismanagement at that she says both an auto is a threat to democracy Bolsonaro pledges to uphold the

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Brazil Set To Vote In Presidential Run-Off Election That Has Polarized The Nation

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Brazil Set To Vote In Presidential Run-Off Election That Has Polarized The Nation

"This podcast. And the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app today on Sunday, the people of Brazil will choose their next president the favourite to win is a retired army captain from the far right Zaire Bill scenario, and he openly admires that country's pass military dictatorship. This elections a second round run-off between Bolsonaro and a candidate from the leftist Workers Party racist, bitterly, polarized, Latin America's largest democracy. We're joined now by NPR's Philip Reeves, he's envio deja narrow. Hey there Philip. So is this election essentially a done deal as he that far ahead. Will it certainly look that way of the last couple of weeks giant Bolsonaro has had an eighteen point lead in the polls. Thanks to his ability to capitalize on deep public, contempt and anger in Brazil's towards establishment politicians. He's done that despite being a congressman himself for many years, and he's channeled that anger at his rival from the Workers Party blaming that party for the recent recession, which was the worst in Brazil's history and for a huge corruption scandal because that party was in power win. Those two crisis began to play out. However, the latest poll from yesterday shows the Workers Party candidate phenomena Adagi has narrowed has made some ground and that the lead of Bolsonaro has narrowed to twelve points. A why are we seeing this late swing away from Boston are what's driving it? Eight hundred be certain. The a couple of incidents this week that might have been factors. Boston outta made a speech in which he talked about his leftist opponents as red bandits and said he wanted to drive them off the map and amount of never before seen in the history of Brazil and also a video emerged from July in which one of his sons who's also congressman is heard talking about how easy would be to shut down the supreme court. That's Tim rebuke from the chief Justice of Brazil and analysts here think that this has set alarm bells ringing about whether both now does a threat to democracy because although this country seems to be swinging fought to the right poll show that Brazilians strongly favor keeping their democracy and don't want to return to the dark years of the nineteen sixty four ninety ninety five military dictatorship. So given that polling or these worries of both are well-founded. Well, Bolsonaro says that he's going to respect the constitution. He wants government. He says. Authority, but not an authoritarian government. And that he says he he doesn't want a military takeover annoys as does the army, and he has distanced himself from his son's comments about the supreme court characterizing those really as a mistake. We've been talking about political divisions here in the US. But I understand that campaign has been fairly nasty. Can you talk about what that looks like it started out being nasty, right? From the beginning. I mean Bolsonaro himself was stabbed and severely injured a newly September. And since then we have seen a brawl on what's up, which has been awash with fake, news and abuse. Of course, people have been recalling Boston does pass record of making the Sajjan est and racist and homophobic remarks and that has been out there. And people have been reminded of all that that's been a big scandal about a report that emerge showing that businesses have been Bank rolling. Mass message. Ages are what's up targeting both hours opponent, financial dashiki? And also the have been attacks on the street, which are related to the election and attacks and threats against journalists. So it has been a pretty nasty campaign. That's NPR's Philip Reeve's Philip. Thank you. You're welcome. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class

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"workers party" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on KNSS

"I'm going to it in my Gregg book, mass hysteria because no one else real. And if I don't who will you America's anchor hammers gonna tell you to go buy it. Wall banger. Is going to tell you look at the greatest book of our time. I don't think America's anchor ham will knowledge, Michael Savage. Nor the others. So I'm gonna tell you that this is the most important book for you to have in your hands right now in a read you one paragraph. If you disagree with me, tell me why. Today is Republicans joined with Democrats to demand that end to separation of families as the illegals crossed the border. We see the warning I put forth coming to fruition. Congressional Republicans as well as high profile conservatives have caved to the emotional outcry championed by the leftist media, oddly enough, they're concerned for these children has only come about under the Trump administration as this practice was largely ignored in the Bush, Obama era, not only has congress rejected efforts to remediate these practices, but it is also failed to replace the largest immigration family detention center, t Donohoe who toe in Taylor Texas yet. Again, we witnessed the media the Democrats and Republicans being persuaded by madness. Public figures are attempting to influence the masses with outrageous statements and exaggerations most irresponsible came from former CIA director, Michael Hayden as he compared this policy to Nazi Germany on Twitter. The former CIA director wrote the governments have separated mothers and children along with the black and white photo of the Birkenau concentration camp and death camp in Poland. As one commentator pointed out, this is page, thirty three of mass hysteria. There were no cafeterias and teachers and video games in the concentration camps of Germany. The kids in our amnesty, detection facilities have all of this and more there. This is nothing but left trying to avoid the real issue of a need for the Democrats to sign on the legislation that will address our immigration laws and other found irony in their hypocrisy and wrote this the national socialist German Workers Party, aka Nazi party murdered six plus million innocent Jews were committed no crimes. The national socialist American non worker, aka democrat party has slaughtered. Sixty million innocent babies chop them up. The chopped up their tiny bodies and sold the parts with the same zeal shown by their ancestors, and the SS who pulled gold out of the teeth of their victims for me, the moral outrage from common useful idiot on the left rings just a bit hollow. And so now, we're being dragged into an emotional hysteria, and my friends again, I ask you to please. Pass a copy of mass hysteria out in the few days that remain. So you will see who is actually pulling the strings on this invasion. And if you think that there are no politicians on the Republican side who are making and we'll make fortunes off the surge of immigrants and have been making fortunes. I can give you a shopping list of their names, it's all fouled and stop mass hysteria. The most important book you will buy this year. So again, what would your advice be if you were advising the president as part of his radio cabinet? We won't call it a kitchen cabinet of the type that Ronald Reagan had I won't call it a buffet cabinet of the type that Donald Trump wants had. He's now being advised by people, and I have no faith in in many of them. I'll be honest with you once this guy Bolton was made national security advisor, the the axis shifted in the Trump administration. Everything went wrong. The whole administration went off kilter. It was good. It was doing really good ones. Bolton was put in there by by very powerful international forces who right now Bolton's trying to scare Russia. You joking. You think the Russians are going to be scattered this guy? You know, what's ironic about Bolton? And Russia just for a minute. This was plaguing me over the weekend. Bolton had a screaming match last week allegedly with general Kelly. Now general Kelly is a certified war hero. He's a four star marine. General do you know what that means? Most people don't even have any idea how significant that is general Kelly is the real American their general Kelly is actually a dove the warmonger is the draft dodger Bolton think about the irony of that a man who is probably never fired a gun wants war with Russia wants to bring missiles into Ukraine a man who's actually seen men die in his arms and seeing them bleed out in front of his arms. A man who gave his son to this nation. Because when I met general Kelly, I went in his office. I we were talking about heroes. And he said do you really like heroes? I said, yes, he said let me show you a hero. And general Kelly. Asked me to enter his office in the White House. And then he closed the door behind him. And he showed me a picture on his mantle and a flag. And he said that's a hero. It was sunny gave his son to this country. He gave his son's life to this country and he's a dove. He doesn't want war because he knows what warriors. Instead, you have a craven maniac around the president who has never fired a gun running around trying to ignite fires all over the globe. Because he's in the Okon warmonger who. No doubt was put there by the military industrial complex, that's a complicated paragraph. But rather easy to follow got many many different Sobel's in it. But it's quite easy to follow beware. The military industrial complex. So Donald Trump came in as a man of peace as a non interventionist, and all of a sudden we wake up and all over the globe. We have problems all of a sudden how many nations can Donald Trump have antagonism with at once. Let's see now count them. There is Russia China. Let's see now. Oh, Iran, that's three North Korea. That's four Mexico. That's. Five candidates that six what's next? When is this going to explode? You know, the the schisms are getting larger the fault lines are getting larger. There's a slight rumbling of earthquakes all over the planet. Jordan says it's pulling out an agreement with Israel that they've had in place for a long period of time. Jordan want some land back that they leased to Israel Israel's now farming it Jordan says we want. Those contested lands back. The fault lines of cracking all over the globe. I feel it. I can feel the masses starring in this country and around the world, and when you see the hordes of the world's poorest trying to break in to this land of milk and Honey. And we have tens of millions of poor in this country. Who are not being taken care of we have a drug crisis. That's overwhelmed so much of this country. Where is the money supposed to come from to treat the drug addicts, the rehab, the care facilities, all the seniors? Where's the money supposed to come from? If now you want another twenty thousand pouring in over the border where are they going to go? They're gonna go where and Los Angeles Dallas, Houston, where are they supposed to go? You're going to welcome to your apartment on the upper east side of Manhattan. I don't think so I don't know of one liberal who wants them here, by the way, they all lie about it. When I run into them. And I do once in a while and many of them listened to my show. They say actually agree with you on a few things. I should really what mainly on immigration. They said we can't have any more of them. Here. We agree with you on immigration. We would agree with you on the homeless thing. They all agree with me. But they say we can't say anything because we're afraid we'll lose business. You know yesterday afternoon. Just a side note wanted me me thing I went to the museum here in San Francisco. There's two great ones. One is the palace legion of honour up on the hill. Overlooking San Francisco Bay on Golden Gate Bridge area, and it has one of the greatest collections of Rodin sculptures in the world. It's a world class collection. And it's usually quiet. It's not got the children running around screaming. There's no music in it. And I go there once in a while to just steep myself in in great European civilization. Great European art anywhere else. I can go within an inch of a painting Mona worth eighty million dollars. And I could see the globs of oil paint. The you know, what it's like to stand in front of a master painting without a glass on that painting, an eighty million dollar painting there just to put it in dollars and cents and be within a few centimeters actually of the oil. I like to put my is right next to the paint. And. To being near that greatness. There's a vibration that comes back at you. So then I combined it by going out to one of my favorite Chinese restaurants. And you know, when I was leaving with the owner of the Chinese restaurants said take care of yourself, Michael we need your voice. I was stunned. I've been eating there for almost thirty forty years. I had no idea. Even listen to the show here is a man owns a Chinese restaurant systems. Take care of yourself, Michael. We need your voice. Okay. Think about that. And then call me. So the great nation that we all share is a great nation that we should all share in preserving. Yes, I am going to say the word stop mass hysteria because the insanity that we are seeing from the left which includes the insanity of we should open our borders to every poor person on the planet. The insanity that this country is racist. The insanity that white people automatically have privilege the insanity that people of color automatically somehow morally superior, these are examples of the insanity is that I'm trying to talk about. Of our time. But most importantly, it's the violence of the left. That's been bothering me ever. Since Nancy Pelosi started agitating crowds at university of California, Berkeley, when she said, we're all disrupt as well. Disrupt. I said you start stirring up the crowds dancy, it's gonna come to bite you. Well, it happened. Finally, a group of right wingers did to her what the left wingers are doing to American loving people. So let's listen to what happened to Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi right here..

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"workers party" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"Nuclear deterrent kim stayed in doing the plenary session of the korean workers party north has completed nuclear arsenal as a firm guarantee the north koreans worked hard with their built tightened to acquire a powerful treasured sword for defending piece so does this completion or perfection of nuclear arsenal sound like a prelude to unilateral disarmament of north korea does it sound like a leader who's ready to give up completely versa bly his nuclear weapons program we do need to hear what the north koreans are telling us we are urging you to vote against this motion today because falsely raise expectation is actually more dangerous and more risky and not good automated for the peace on the korean peninsula thank you terry the motion again is negotiations can denuclearize north korea and here to make her closing statement in support of the motion suzanne dimaggio senior fellow at new america and us dprk dialogue director over the course of my career i've spent many hours sitting across the table from those many would call adversaries and one of the things i've learned from this experience is that things unexpected things happen when your face to face preconceptions what's happened in the past assumptions fly out the window and we haven't had that with north korea for a very long time and the fact that we came so close to a war means it's time to get it started again and i'd like to end with a quote actually someone told me at the end of the debate if you ever want to win quote the great diplomat richard holbrooke and come to think of it i think it was richard holbrooke told me that great.

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"workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of whom there are thousands clad in the red of the workers party that he heads and thousands who've come to catch this moment in history and so the expectation is that he will do that and then it'll happen sooner rather than later possibly today we think possibly quite soon today but it's been very difficult to establish any concrete facts in this situation npr's philip reeve's covering a developing situation in sao paulo thank you so much russia has been making new inroads into africa mostly through arms deals and some say washington needs to stay vigilant russia is second only to the united states in the arms trade worldwide npr's michelle kellerman reports a un sanctions committee recently allowed russia to sell weapons to the government in central african republic which is struggling to contain an ethnic and religious conflict with that arm sale came a small group of russian military trainers now in the capital bangui the us has taken notice cair's president is quoted as saying he wants more cooperation with russia now including an infrastructure and education but so far this is mostly about business says a former un sanctions inspector alex vines who's now with the british based think tank chatham house vulnerable fragile states like the central african republic but have intense security demands and requirements of the of places if the russians are looking to improve their market share question military equipment is well suited for countries in the region vine says inexpensive and easy to maintain russian and ukrainian helicopters are also often used in un peacekeeping missions the russians have even opened up maintenance locations in.

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"workers party" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

WGSO 990AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

"The kurdish workers party the pkk says it's withdrawing from the singer province of iraq where they remained for the past three years to protect these people as victims of genocide the move comes turkey continues attempts to wipe out any kurdish held areas in syria and iraq near its border alleging that it threatens turkey's national security turkeys repeatedly threatened and carried out military attacks against the pk and singer and also harming and targeting the victimized yazidi people an ethnically kurdish minority of mainly farmers the iraqi government will reclaim this region of sin jar town about seventy five miles west of mosul the city council new york's going to face a proposal called the right to disconnect bill which would allow workers to disconnect from their email and devices when they're off without getting fired we get details from usa radio's chris barnes the council member who's proposed the law says it would make it illegal for a company to require workers to access there work email and other communications when they're off the clock it applies to regular time off sick days and vacation time companies that violate the law would pay a city fine of two hundred fifty bucks and an additional fine of five hundred dollars would then be given to the worker for usa radio news i'm chris barnes and congress passes a bill targeting third party websites used for sex trafficking by proposing civil and criminal liability for websites that allow its platforms to be used for sexual acts or activities affiliated with sex trafficking in women and children i'm john d master and this is usa radio news for some reason being unpatriotic has become why is connor having trouble focusing in school having trouble finding connor's middle school would you like directions no.

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"workers party" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Now is not the time for the us and its any of its allies tobacco laura it's a stoorikhel moves sending his youngest sister and the way that he has a blood relation he's very high up in his government what do we know about her it's been a huge surprise there was a bit of speculation that she might be part of the delegation that few thought it would actually happen you're right she's the first immediate kim family member to cross the border a she's one of his close to kim jongil's closest aides he is thought to trust her she was part of the ruling workers party propaganda department and she's been promoted up to the political beauty of the party that brings her closer to the center of power in pyongyang but it is worth remembering that she's also on the us blacklist and that means she can't travel to the us it doesn't prevent her travelling to south korea but the us subjected to sanctions because of what they saw as human rights abuses so she is on this us blacklist now what we understand right now is that the south korean government is speaking to the us because the do not want to have this political problem on the olympics opening ceremony d so they're speaking to the us about her traveling here but right now what we understand is that she would travel on the ninth and that so again we will not shoot of her shedule but she would travel in the nines i'm we're hearing not exactly that she will attend the opening ceremony because that is yet to be confirmed but will certainly be part of that olympic delegation lower rebecca in south korea under rupert wingfield hayes in tokyo now to taiwan and those we recall this podcast more than eighty people including some foreign tourists remain unaccounted for after six point four magnitude quake struck the city of hualien six people have died and hundreds have been injured from taiwan cindy sue reports taiwanese people are used to earthquakes but this one shocked many it forced several buildings to near a complete collapse.

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"workers party" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The in spray russian for a nationalistsocialist parties in over a dozen countries including the one in germany that eventually became the national socialist workers party or the aussies already and so nazism originated here in the us through with these progressive nationalists who word and they they use this be our natural rights against the encroachment of government well in theory the constitution doesn't protect anything because it's just words on a piece of paper as long as handle aren't willing to enforce it earn nowhere and i had no allegiance to excite in sign it is not my document but rand paul has now come out and endorse this roy more character as you are natural rights against the encroachment of government well in theory the constitution doesn't protect anything because it's just words on a piece of paper as long as handle aren't willing to enforce it earned nowhere and i had no allegiance to excite insein it is not my document but rand paul has now come out and endorse this this roy more character as though to prove to everyone who thinks rand paul sliver terry and you know for good here hopefully that rand paul is not a libertarian hence he has endorsed roy more in this upcoming alabama senate race and here's the story from brian dougherty over at reason dot com rand paul who as you knows a republican senator from kentucky who among other labels he's used for himself includes constitutional conservative today officially endorsed albert she's me republican alabama senate candidate and former state supreme court judge roy moore who likes to describe himself that way as well that is to say constitutional conservative quote judge roy moore does the from rand paul judge roy moore four has spent a lifetime defending and standing up for the constitution while fighting for the people of alabama we need more people in washington dc that will stand on principle and defend the constitution i look forward to welcoming him to the senate very soon paul said in his endorsement is statement this is what you run into with a lotta constitution.

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"workers party" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To the armistice the nineteen cookie three armistice and who negotiated that military officers general and flag officers from north korea and from the united states on behalf of the united nations uh in so i am it is general officers that have had the best uh uh track record of agreeing keeping in agreement of course it's a track record of data point of one but it has lashed in pre per sixty four years uh the north has we know violated and hannah said they would uh disavow it but it has remained in effect for sixty the core years and so i am going to look at north korea and north korea the single most effective institution that exists in north korea is the military and of course the military is key to survival uh for kim jongun and uh despite the beyond jin uh policy that day kim john has initiated which in the simultaneous development of nuclear weapons and their economy songkeun still exists in song boom in its military first politics i eat is the guiding light for the korean workers party uh and it is uh really key two way to kim governing painting power so military to military talks uh this is no slight on our diplomats who have negotiated in good faith but we know that north korea does not act as a responsible member of the international community and so therefore one option maybe to propose military to military talks uh between general officers of the united states and south korea uh as well as a north korea the commander of of their military forces and i would propose their front line a core commander the court corps uh the second corps and the fifth corps in the first quarter uh and i would like to get those in into a room with the commander and deputy commander of uh nudge now the rock us combined forces command as well as the chairman of the rockets acs uh and the chairman of the united states said joint chiefs of staff and i and i would like to get those people in a room to establish what i think is necessary is he deterrence dialogue the fundamental uh uh action that we must take uh for the future is to deter an attack by north korea in the way to do that is to clearly ineffectively communicate our military capabilities as well as the.

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"workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The kurdistan workers party which is the pkk the syrian affiliate officers all come from the pkk now i think the us decided at a certain point of late two thousand fifteen that it didn't look very good for the united states to be aligned with one terror group in order to fight another cara group but the fact is was rather hard to conceal it so what they did was the us set up a new militia colder syrian democratic forces and they recruited lot of arabs to serve under the kurdish officers who come straight from the same people's protection forest slash pkk look this is an organized force in some ways it's like a perfect ally that have on the ground in the only problem is that their pedigree is very mixed meaning the shortterm what's the way forward here it's not as if the us is going to stop working with these kurdish fighters and it's not as if the turkish leadership is going to stop being angry about that alliance well that's just more clashes and more bitterness mean among the things the turks are very upset about is after araca has been freed from isis who really takes over and the us says that it has an answer it's going to be the people of rocco the the the rightful citizens are going to be in control but as a matter of fact the structure they set up is one that puts kurds in key places in an arab coun and the proof is the us plan is probably not going to bring stability it might just assert show the seeds for a civil war in northern syria the usmade using forces in northern syria to protect the same courage that turkey wants to attack i mean it could come to that where we haven't seen the worst of report of right gettman his article turkey leaks secret locations of us troops in syria was published in the daily beast he joined us from assemble thank you so much gritted arctic and today we got a statement from the pentagon it says in part while we cannot independently verify the sources that contributed to the story we would be very concerned if officials from a nato ally with purposely endanger our forces are releasing sensitive information we have conveyed those concerns to the government of turkey each this is npr news michael kors is buying jimmy to and marketplace will have the.

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"workers party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Hi there yes they are accused of aiding and abetting terrorist organisations of various kinds they include the kurdistan workers party known as the pkk which is a kurdish mayors in group and also agreed that tech equals fetter which stands for the sets a settler gillan terrorist organization which the tenant turkish government has come up with two described the group that it says was behind the coup attempt and turkey last year that killed two hundred fifty people know hawk rotor bloggers daughters well the john is that jumhuriyah newspaper say that these china's are absurd for a number of reasons the first being that jim her at which is one of turkey's most important an oldest opposition newspapers has been campaigning on warning of the dangers of the gerland movement as a many many years including during the time when the on movement was invite close marriage of convenience with the governments that when it wasn't it when that when that can constituted criticism they were doing it another reason is that the golan movement and the pkk pretty much hate each other so the idea that that sporting both organisations they say is ludicrous and they also say that the evidence against them is very very sin and based often on social media posts or as attempts to reach out to them i didn't even reply to by people the government sees as terrorists i am and they also say that they've been victim of this practice which has become increasingly common in turkey which is the use of pretrial detention.

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"workers party" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"workers party" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"But the worker's party brazil because of their embracing of neoliberalism mason nificant mistakes and basically undermine their social base which made them vulnerable for the coup we don't have the situation in venezuela whether it's been some drop off in support the still significant sectors the majority as a matter of fact with the people in venezuela who are still in support of this process so it's gonna be a struggle you know who comes out on top as really gonna be a reflection of the political will of those forces and then is the rightwing opposition some figures in the rightwing opposition elected figures in that opposition mvp didn't he called for intervention by the venezuelan military called for a cool and yet they're allowed to walk the streets and votes in the legislature he's likely the us state is prepared to support that and now any other prepared support a coup there prepared to use military force even in the more obvious wave i mean you know we have to keep putting this situation village one within regional context the us stacy's windows while lota is key to reversing the progress made throughout the americas ran particular in south america so it's not just about venezuela buzz also above bolivia and ecuador and they're prepared to use military force to affect reverse the process for example donald trump talked about nato being obsolete it'll he was educated or the real role of nato help situation now gland where you have nato in latin america colombia and peru they they are are going to be organizing a nato project with it's going to be joint drillings military drilling with wayne brazil colombia and peru.

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