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Fresh update on "world" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:50 min | 42 min ago

Fresh update on "world" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"To be inflationary for the world That's difficult to say but the reality is these rare Earths are selling at high prices It's specialities and we probably haven't focused too much in the west We've just said we can buy it on the market And now we realize we probably need to focus a little bit more on it I'll give you one example at a referential operation outside Salt Lake City In our waste streams we actually have 16 out of the so called 35 critical minerals So it's really more about do you have the processing skills and the wills are extracted And I think we're doing that with a new plant That was Jacob starts on the CEO of Rio tinto speaking to francine LaCroix in Davos interesting to hear his take on things moving in the commodity markets also he talked a bit more in that interview about the supplies of iron ore because we know that's been the course a commodity we're watching the price of very closely at the moment saying that because they're bringing their new iron ore mine online and Western Australia very soon they're going to be helping them to produce more He's hoping for that supply to come on stream in the second half of this year His take wasn't the market is in a decent balance when it comes to iron ore which is interesting given all the price movement that we've seen there as well One of the threads of conversations that we're seeing running through I Davos interviewed thermometers about working from home and I was really interested we had on retro some fidelity on a little bit earlier and she was talking about this idea that everyone basically has to set their own limits for working from home is and how many days it should be in the office Yeah she gave good details didn't she What she's doing working four days in the office one day at home is her intention doesn't always happen sometimes I'm not being afraid of the Friday Yes exactly That was nice That was nice conversation Back to what you were saying about Rio tinto and iron or interesting that there are commodities.

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Pastor Che Ahn Writes of Revival in 'Turning Our Nation Back to God'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 7 hrs ago

Pastor Che Ahn Writes of Revival in 'Turning Our Nation Back to God'

"It is amazing pasture che on you've been a pastor for a long time and you've ministered all over the world, your program is around the world, and you are convinced that we are on the verge of revival. Tell us more about that. Well, I wrote this book together encouragement and hope to people. Because the first chapter I write about is that it's always the darkest time before the light of revival breaks out. It's based on script draws is 60 verse once it's a rise shine for your light has come and the glory of the lord's wrist and upon you. Darkness coast the earth deep darkness over the people, but the lord will rise upon you and his glory will appear before you. And nations will come to your light and kings to the brightness of your dawning. And so we see this two parallel tracks of darkness and light in the last days. Haggai puts it this way and hang out chapter two verse 7. I'm going to shake all nations and then I will fill this house with glory and the glory of the latter I'll speak greater than the glory of the farmer in verse 9. And so we see a global shaking going on. The first time we saw global shaking in mass, I'm talking about every nation except for 8 nations that declared themselves to be neutral, was World War II. 1939 to 1945, 80 million died. Most of them were severely an 80% of the 80 million that died. It was a tragic war. And of course the dropping of atomic bombs and you have this incredible shaking going on, but right afterwards, you had some of the greatest revival from Billy Graham launching his international ministry and 49 to oral Roberts in 48, then you have the voice of healing, movement with branum and these incredible healing evangelists. Then you have the hebrides revival in 48 and later ran in 48 and goes on all the way to the Jesus people movement the charismatic renewal. And now the second shaking is taking place right now with COVID,

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Are We Ripe for Revival in America? Pastor Che Ahn Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 7 hrs ago

Are We Ripe for Revival in America? Pastor Che Ahn Explains

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my friend pastor che on who has written a book called turning our nation back to God through historic revival, pastor che talk about revival. I mean, there have been so many historic arrivals and in the book you write about them, do you think revival is coming to us? Are we ripe for revival in America? I do believe that I define revival. First of all, it's got a rival when it comes to the manifest way to earth as it is as it is in heaven. And I'll share three characteristics of a historic revival. First, revival begins with the church. It's why second chronicles 7 14 says they have my people, not the world, not the Congress, but if my people are called by my name or humble themselves and pray, seek my face, turn from their wicked ways, then I'll hear from heaven forgive their sense and heal their land. And so there's been evil in the church, our wicked ways we've had to repent of our sense and we've been doing that. And I've seen more people humble themselves and massive gatherings through the call, but other solemn assemblies that really, I feel that God has heard our prayers. The second characteristic, the harvest comes in. And in the Jesus people movement, which was from 1967 to 77, over 20 million young people gave their hearts to Jesus Christ globally. And I think I said in this stage for the third thing, which is social transformation or we call reformation. And I really believe that we're going to see that. And I feel that we're in that stage of revival of reformation, really, and I want to be bold and say this that I felt like the lord say that to me right before Easter were coming a new epic season of reformation and I knew what that meant.

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Pastor Tom Ascol Offers Words of Comfort in This Brutal Time

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 11 hrs ago

Pastor Tom Ascol Offers Words of Comfort in This Brutal Time

"Curiosity over the last couple of years. About the baptist convention, the Southern Baptist convention and their leadership and their direction and how they're handling some of these issues of critical race theory and how it has been engaging with the church. And there is a movement to try to restore in my opinion theological and biblical sanity back to the convention. And one person in particular is a senior pastor from grace baptist church in cape corral, Florida beautiful cape corral, Florida, Tom askew, and he's with us right now. Tom, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. I just want to first start and just ask you as a pastor, just give our audience some words of comfort from the scriptures in this very unexpected and brutal time of national mourning as we look at what's happened and you've all day Texas. Yeah, well, this is thought to be a reminder to us that we live east of Eden. We live in a fallen world. It's precisely because of that. The gods on the lord Jesus into the world. And it is only through Christ, we can find reconciliation with God. We can find the comfort that we need. God is with those who are broken hearted, he deals gently with people who find themselves cast down. So my encouragement is to look to Christ to recognize, again, why we need to save and how good God has been to us to give up his own son to save us from our sin. And we need to get that message of Salvation as widely distributed as we can because this type of evil continues in our world.

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Ignore the Howlers Wanting a 'Quick & Easy' Gun Bill

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 14 hrs ago

Ignore the Howlers Wanting a 'Quick & Easy' Gun Bill

"Folks we can't continue to do this I mean we can't continue to go down this road We have to do my best advice for you right now If my advice means anything Anything to you I hope it does You spend a lot of time here I spend a lot of time with you Ignore the howlers right now screaming about some quick and easy answer or some Bill There is no bill to fix this folks We are a collective complicated group of 330 million people and billions around the world Nothing that we have done to ourselves over the last 30 years is going to be fixed by a bill you can not legislate morality You can not legislate a fixing of the culture crisis in the United States Ladies and gentlemen I swear to you on my life I would solve my right arm and send it to you to show you my sincerity If I thought for a moment anything they were doing on guns or knives or blow torches or firearms or anything else Would stop one of these things from ever happening again I'd be the first one on the radio and say let's hear them out If I thought any one of these things would do that Ignore this stuff They are not interested in fixing what has happened to this country This isn't the only place in the world this happens Don't believe the talking point It's happened in Norway Egypt Mexico all over the world But that doesn't mean either that we should ignore it and pretend it doesn't happen all too much here because it does And we can't say on one hand we first America first and then ignore that yeah this does happen an awful lot here We're not the only place Don't believe that nonsense

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Caller Details Conversations With Inmates as a Corrections Officer

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 min | 15 hrs ago

Caller Details Conversations With Inmates as a Corrections Officer

"May God hold the skulls of these children. And all this affected heart and his heart. I've been in corrections now for over 35 years. Yes, sir. I have dealt with individuals that are just like what we're talking about. And I've asked in surveyed a lot of them of why they committed their crime in our state and they said, because our state had no self care and their state did. Now I've talked to individuals that's cold mass shootings. And I ask them why they did it where they did. And they said, because the probability of somebody having a weapon at that location was only like 3%. Compared to other places. Sure. And that's going to be a question that we've got to ask to people who think there are too many guns in the world already.

Jeanine Pirro: We Need Armed Personnel in Schools

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 15 hrs ago

Jeanine Pirro: We Need Armed Personnel in Schools

"And once again, America has to react and respond to another horrific mass shooting, the number of dead from the Yuval day shooting continues to rise. Now 19 children, two teachers killed, you know, it is, of course, an evil, broken world that we live in, twisted, we have to have a conversation about how we move forward. One question remains, why not armed officers in schools? And I'd like to, I'd like to focus on that. Judge jeanine pirro talked about it last night. On the 5. And I want to share with you what judge jeanine said, and she's a tough lady. Former prosecutor, obviously a judge. Now very popular host on Fox News channel. Listen to what you said on the 5 yesterday about arming our having armed personnel, again I used the bank analogy, which I think is perfect. Why not provide children with as much security as we provide bank tellers in America? Here's judge jeanine. And I think the idea of not just hardening the perimeter, but having someone who is in a position to protect the children. I mean, these children are their babies. They really are babies. And I think that you've got a lot of people now retired cops retired sheriffs who be more than happy to protect kills. I think right now, and I don't want to get into the politics of it, but we've got to make sure that people understand, especially the schools and the teachers that we need this. It is a crazy world today. It's very different than it was 5 years ago. But we need to do something about it. And I think this is one of the only ways is to actually protect the school and the children.

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Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 17 hrs ago

Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

"Britney grinder's wife says she wants the WNBA star being detained in Russia back home Sherrell griner says she started receiving text early in the morning on February 17th Babe babe babe wake up They have me in this room I don't know what's going on Brittany griner has been detained since then after vape cartridges containing oil derived from cannabis were allegedly found in her luggage at an airport near Moscow Griner plays basketball in Russia Cheryl greiner tells ABC's Good Morning America She wants President Biden to secure a release I just keep hearing that he has the power She's a political punch So if they're holding her because they want you to do something then I want you to do it Griner says Secretary of State Antony Blinken told her this is a top priority I was grateful for the call You say she's top priority but I want to see it Russian officials have described grinder's case as a criminal offense The charges carry a maximum penalty of ten years in prison I'm Ed

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UK 'partygate' report blames culture of Johnson's office

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 18 hrs ago

UK 'partygate' report blames culture of Johnson's office

"British prime minister Boris Johnson has responded to a probe on government parties that took place during coronavirus lockdowns by saying he takes the blame for everything that took place I take full responsibility for everything that took place on my watch Sue gray's report has emphasized that it is up to the political leadership in number ten to take ultimate responsibility and of course I do But while the report says that the blame for rule breaking lies at the top of government Johnson has insisted again that he did not knowingly break any rules and has ignored calls from opponents to resign senior civil servant Sue gray's long awaited report says the senior leadership team must bear responsibility for a culture that allowed the flouting of rules to happen Charles De Ledesma London

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Here is what we know so far about the victims of the Texas school massacre

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 18 hrs ago

Here is what we know so far about the victims of the Texas school massacre

"Texas law enforcement officials are describing yesterday's elementary school carnage as President Biden pleads for Congress to help stop the violence The suspect barricaded himself in a single room at rob elementary and opened fire Texas Department of Public Safety lieutenant Christopher Oliveira tells NBC's Today Show and CNN all the victims were in the same fourth grade classroom on KSA T student Jordan Lee as said he heard nonstop shots The world hero scared what on the ground fear for life At The White House Another massacre In angry and emotional President Biden Why do we keep letting this happen But prospects for reforming the nation's gun laws seem dim amid resistance from Republicans like Alabama senator Tommy tuberville who says the real issue is mental health Guns are problem too when people get shot because guns actually did

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Vigil, rally planned for 2nd anniversary of Floyd killing

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 18 hrs ago

Vigil, rally planned for 2nd anniversary of Floyd killing

"A candlelight vigil where George Floyd died is among the remembrances that will take place today on the second anniversary of the black man's killing at the hands of Minneapolis police officers Floyd's death ignited protests around the world as bystander video quickly spread the city plans to unveil a street sign officially dubbing the corner George Perry Floyd square activists also plan to hold a rally at the governor's residence in St. Paul and President Biden will sign an executive order establishing a national registry for police officers fired due to misconduct Floyd was killed when former officer Derek Chauvin who is white pinned his knee on Floyd's neck for more than 9 minutes He is serving prison time I'm Julie

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Britain sees growing pressure on grain prices

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 22 hrs ago

Britain sees growing pressure on grain prices

"British military authorities so Ukraine's overland export routes are highly unlikely to offset the problems caused by Russia's blockade of the black seaport of edessa In an update Britain's Ministry of Defense says there has been no significant merchant shipping in and out of edessa since the start of the Russian invasion a situation which will put further pressure on global grain prices the ministry adds the blockade combined with the lack of overland routes means that significant supplies of grain remain in storage and can't be exported I'm Charles De

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A Full Defense of '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 1 d ago

A Full Defense of '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

"Is taking the world by storm. The number 2000 mules dot com into the dinesh d'souza film research done by true the vote. We just had an unbelievable event. With dinesh here in Phoenix, Arizona. It was like 2000 people for 2000 mules, and with us right now to kind of give an update on how the film is doing. And also kind of go through some of these ridiculous fact checks that have emerged is the great dinesh d'souza dinesh welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure and was really fun to be in Arizona and I mean the level of energy. People were really fired up and they want to they want to see some real change come out of this. They want the movie to be the propeller, but only the first step of a lot of things that have to happen next. Well, you've been doing a great job and we're starting to see, I think, a change in how the media is covering this. You're starting to see kind of a validation almost, where they are covering it now in The Washington Post and The Daily Beast. Albeit they're doing it sloppily dishonestly and in a way to try to delegitimize the film. But I think it does the opposite. I think it actually further platforms the movie. Let's just talk more broadly than we can get into specifics. What's your reaction on how this movie is being covered by the mainstream media? Well, it seems to me that they went and do phases. And the first phase, they unleashed some fact checkers, PolitiFact Ali swensen, AP, a couple of other articles, and they tried to be dismissive. Like geo tracking doesn't really work and those kinds of things, which were kind of manifestly absurd. And I think even the left realized that's really not going to do the job. So now they've unleashed their bigger guns, Philip bump of The Washington Post. That's a big New York Times article that seemingly underway hasn't come out yet. And NPR tried to sort of get us on the issue of an ancillary murder that's discussed in the movie as if to say, you know, we lied about it. So there's sort of the second wave of liberal attack, much more detailed, tries to be more sophisticated. But I think it's not, it's really not landing a real glove on the movie either.

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Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

"A fan of Brian Kemp, I've spoke about it openly and I believe that David perdue would be a great governor. Now, Donald Trump has endorsed David perdue as David perdue was mounting a primary challenge against Brian Kemp. But you must understand that the political landscape of Georgia is very much a good old boys network. It's a lot of local counties back slapping. Did you come to the local high school football game? Did you get good tickets at the university of Georgia football game? And I don't want to accuse Brian Kemp of anything illegal. That's not what I'm doing here, but it definitely is a patronage system in Georgia. Now, some states that really isn't the case. I can tell you right now, Arizona is not a good old boys network. There is that kind of McCain group in Arizona, but in Arizona, if you haven't lived here, if you just kind of moved here, you can, excuse me, you can kind of upstart and you can kind of run. Now you've got, of course, there's an establishment you have to navigate. But Georgia, it's a very much of a, who were you? Did you check the boxes? You know, were you able to take care of the right people? So Brian Kemp made a brilliant political move where he basically metaphorically neutered David perdue, where he put the more powerful Purdue, which was sunny perdue, I believe his name, which was, I think they're relatives on that mistake. I think their cousins and he appointed them to some sort of university board, which all but basically destroyed the fundraising ability of the entire Purdue network. So Kemp took care of a fellow Purdue in the family, which kind of, let's say, blunt was thwarted a lot of David perdue's ability to be able to continue to raise capital. Now, David perdue made a decision not to run for the United States Senate. That looks like it's going to be the great Herschel Walker. But Kemp worked the state, Kemp was able to maximize corporate donations. There's a lot of, there's a lot of powerful corporations in Georgia, CNN, obviously, is headquartered in Atlanta. I don't think they gave money to Purdue. Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta, at least they said they hated Brian Kemp, Home Depot, was headquartered for quite a while in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines for a while was headquartered in Atlanta. There's a lot of there's a lot of companies that have a significant presence in the state of Georgia. It's a, it's always kind of prided itself on being a quote unquote, pro business state. To a fault, by the way, where Georgia invited Hollywood liberals for years via this phony and crony tax credit system where you bring in the Will Ferrell's and the Kevin Hart's of the world where they become like pseudo citizens of Georgia and they overly finance these elections. One of the many reasons why Georgia has become a battleground state which never should have become a battleground state. But

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Biden's Foreign Policy Weakness Is a Threat to Our National Security

The Officer Tatum Show

01:30 min | 1 d ago

Biden's Foreign Policy Weakness Is a Threat to Our National Security

"That makes a lot more sense to me after you've explained it because you see one side says that Joe Biden made the right decision Newt Gingrich came out and said that was a great statement by Joe Biden and The White House shouldn't have walked it back. And then there's people on the other side that says Joe Biden is a complete idiot for saying the things that he said because he does look weak and feckless and it's like, you know, writing a check that you can't cash if you know what I'm saying. And I think that's an excellent synopsis. You know, I want to know another thing about, you know, what president Trump is doing. I mean, I president Trump with the president Joe Biden, and we just have a short period of time here to finish out the segment, but it's Biden himself being as lacks a days ago as degenerate in his mind, his weak, feckless look, is that hurting the United States and our national security. Absolutely. Look, first of all, people shouldn't be surprised that Biden runs foreign policy exactly like Obama and foreign policy for a very simple reason. So at the same people that are in his administration are exactly the same people of the Obama administration. And the last thing they believed in was peace restraint. And they actually looked at foreign policy really as an extension of domestic policy. The only foreign policy stuff they cared about was stuff that reinforced domestic policy. So let's talk about climate change and gender policies. But they have no use for the real hard things about protecting us in the world.

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Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 1 d ago

Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

"I have a couple of questions for you because I'm not an expert on foreign policy and it's just doesn't sound right when president Joe Biden goes out and says he's going to defend Taiwan militarily. It seems inconsistent with what we would normally do. Obviously we would help fund them and their military action, but I want you to explain it to the audience because is this a bad thing that President Biden said this or is he right on track with his comments? Yeah, it's a great question. And so I was in the military for 25 years. And after that, I've been doing foreign policy national security heritage for almost 20 years. And been all over the world, talk to people all over the world in the Taiwan before. So here's the reality. This is the cold reality. And this is actually been true since the 1950s. Since Dwight Eisenhower was the president of the United States. The reality is the United States would fight to keep China from taking over Taiwan. And here's why. Taiwan is the key island in what's called the first island chain. If the Chinese government controlled everything from Taiwan down to the South China seas, essentially they could deny the United States access to the entire Asian continent.

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Pastor John: People Are Growing up Without God

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 1 d ago

Pastor John: People Are Growing up Without God

"You know people are being brought up without God you know they want people to live according to their own wants and needs they rationalize they give people excuses for acting out if they go ahead and rob because you don't have Go ahead and go in there and take what somebody else is because they have too much go live in houses that are not yours Do things that are contrary to everything that is in the word of God In fact we don't want to hear about the word of God they say we want governments We want human governments we don't want God to govern us at all And that's what we're at You know in a world where people are still listening to the wicked People that they know have them evil And equal in high places and political positions it's already known that they do evil but they still listen to them They still point to them and say listen hear what they have to say And instead of looking toward God

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'Media Matters for America' Is a Democrat-Funded Front Group

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 1 d ago

'Media Matters for America' Is a Democrat-Funded Front Group

"Somebody sent me a link to media matters for America This is what I was talking about Rather than put down their Libelous assault on certain individuals and networks They just can't stop And this is what I meant about the culture is sick White nationalists thank Tucker Carlson Next when an American journalist was killed in the West Bank Fox News barely blinked an eye Right-wing media pushed conspiracy theory the U.S. is giving up national health policy sovereignty to World Health Organization Steve Crowder goes on racist tirade These are Fox News's leading advertisers as they promote a boycott I'm just showing you this is a major Democrat heavily funded front group

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Tracking Your Carbon Footprint Is the New Surveillance State

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Tracking Your Carbon Footprint Is the New Surveillance State

"Carbon footprints. Well, that's where the World Economic Forum is spreading, sending a lot of their attention. This is kind of a language pattern. You're going to start to see. NBC News says stop having kids. World Economic Forum boasts about how we're going to have trackers following your individual carbon footprint play cut 41. We're developing through technology and ability for consumers to measure their own carbon footprint. What does that mean? Where are they traveling? How are they traveling? What are they eating? What are they consuming on the platform? So individual carbon footprint tracker. The environmental issue is a gateway for a surveillance state for a social credit system and for depopulation. You can justify any of the long held tyrannical aims and ambitions of the regime under the excuse of the climate.

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"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

WORLD OVER

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"The world over award winning actor and philanthropist. Gary sinise joins us to celebrate the tenth anniversary of islam dacian. And it's worse serving our nation's veterans and first responders china's been under communist rule for one hundred years this july but people have any cause for celebration given their human rights and religious liberty record notre dame professor political science victoria way is here with analysis and grammy winning recording artist. Jose feliciano tells us the story of his inspiring single. I'm america finally plastic world over interviews with american heroes. Remind us of the cost of freedom and power. Faith and lieutenant general hal more admiral jeremiah. Denton a very important world over begins right now now raymond arroyo a warm welcome to all of you joining us in the united states and the world over happy independence day. We've got a terrific show for you tonight. If you'd like to comment send me a tweet. Him at raymond. Royal lots to cover. Let's get right to it. My first guest was nominated for an oscar for his role as lieutenant. Dan in the nineteen ninety-four blockbuster forrest gump. He's an emmy winner. A family man musician. Philanthropist working on behalf of our nation's fighting men and women he and.

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WORLD OVER

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"It's gonna be very interesting next few years in the sonata stand. We'll see. yeah father jerry. When the pope exhorted the italian bishops to proceed down this path in his. Bob said they were very reluctant in two thousand fifteen in florence. He said to them a restless italian church that was ever closer to the abandoned. The forgotten the 'perfect it is useless to look for solutions in conservatism and fundamentalism in the restoration of practices and outdated forms even culturally. Aren't able to be meaningful father. Jerry your reaction to that. What does this tell you about this international sinatra away that we're about to walk down. Well this looks. Raymond like a slow motion revolution in which people say that the outdated must go the new. Let's come in it's inevitable. So why delayed is why just started things off. It's very disturbing with. Bob said about a bishop. Bats sing from germany telling the world that the pope is endorsed the german senate away The document produced by the germans. Senator way back in the winter is a heretical document and attack on fundamental catholic. Teaching so far rome is not rebuked them for putting that document out. If this claim is true that the pope says they have to continue in that way And it's going to be up to the catholics of the world to say holy father..

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WORLD OVER

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"Matters a lot too. Because it's it's their dad's it's their people in. They're not there to fight for right and you are. Well you got that right. Now is jimmy dunn co founder of sandler o'neill and investment firm. That was headquartered. In the south tower of the world trade center on september eleventh armed with his faith and business accurate he rebuilt his firm and the lives of the families who lost loved ones on that terrible day. He joins me tonight to talk about how his faith sustained him through this trial he also made headlines recently for his commencement address at his beloved alma mater. The university of notre dame. Please welcome vice chair of piper sandler. Jimmy don thanks for being with us jimmy. First off some graduated from notre dame last week and as you know and your commencement speech was one of the most powerful. I've ever heard no filler. All lived experience. And i'm glad you're with us today. I want to start with what you did. In the aftermath of nine eleven. Your firm was devastated. Your partners are gone. And you're on a golf course. What happened well you know i had. We had an unbelievable firm and we at great partners and we an executive media crisp black mission. Herman santa that would just incredible and it was funny. The date not funny but the the day before her said you do. Don't call it in the morning. We'll be fine crystal. Be here and i'll be here and i was trying to qualify for the menam. I was called in get involved the trade and get distracted so he was zipping about not doing that. And so i actually didn't call in which was very rare for me and then I was on about the fourth hole and a man came out. had sick. had to call your office. He was clear about what it was. And by the time driving back he said a plane had hit the world trade center. I made the assumption. It was a small plane. I'm head couldn't envision what happened and then i gold. I couldn't go the office. Obviously because the phones were not working. I called my house and a friend was there and she said you know real plane like a seven forty seven and you better..

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"Got conflict for the world but as jesus himself said the world is hated me. So it's kinda hate. You warned people about this. True followers going to find themselves in conflict with the world. So look if if this is a worry of his because of his own autobiography history. I understand that it just doesn't seem to me to reflect very much the situation of the church in the world at this moment. No i agree with you. There's something biographical in it. It seems a holdover from some experience in latin america that that you know the pope is trying to apply to the whole church but and this is a good tie in. There are some reports in italian media that during this italian episcopal conference pope francis announced plans to reform the worst of benedict the sixteenth moto proprio. Some more pontifical now that touches on a loosening up the regulations regarding celebration of the latin mass or the mass in the extraordinary form. This was liberated by benedict eighth. Jerry what do you make of this news. And what would it mean to priests who want to say the mass in the in the roman form in the extraordinary form. Well it's been verified. confirmed that the pope did speak about These upcoming changes to some more pacific. An exactly what they will result in is not quite clear but we know the usual complaint that has been coming into rome. Which is that bishops. That don't like the old mass. The tridentine mass. They're frustrated because through some and pacific and he priest any pastor can celebrate that mass at his own decision in his parish and invite the faithful to come and As we've seen over the past number of years this has been a very successful and fruitful pastoral. Move by pope benedict because people that love the traditional mass and they love the beauty of the latin language and the solemnity they're able to peacefully enjoy fully. Pray and it's resulted in flourishing vocation. I find it very ironic. that You know within a few weeks of the german priests blessing homosexual couples The pope unfortunately seems to have this idea that the real problems in the church are pathological conservative seminarians and people like the latin mass I think that's the wrong approach. I think the pope needs to broaden his vision He may not like the old mass. And that's fine. No one's asking him to say it but please let people who want to say the old mass the priest and let the faithful wanna hear it. Let them come in peace. I mean isn't that the kind of Pastoral charity that the the shepherds of the church should exercise bob. According to reports. Pope francis says the ben that benedict the sixteenth to liberalize the extraordinary form of the mass only dissatisfied. Lefevere rights people. Who'd left the faith because of the changes in vatican two now in benedict's own words. He had this to say about his moto. Proprio in his book last testament the rehabilitation of the ancient mass with some arm. Potiskum must absolutely not be understood as a concession to the society of st. pious the tenth but as a way for the whole church to be one with herself inwardly with her own past that what was previously holy in. Her is not somehow wrong now. It was certainly not as though there would. Now be another mass..

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Moms Meet World

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on Moms Meet World

"Working on the least it down. Oh the live long de stop fighting fighting fighting. Just sing the song please. So it was a tension reliever have this awkward moments at the dinner table. Like the thanksgiving dinner table. Someone brings up a topic and nobody really wants to discuss at that moment and my mother would say. Hey brian which which is. Only a favorite ryan get up and sing. Wildfire teenage brian in the seventies would get up and sing wildfire and then brought and then jim would sing. You know jimmy okay. Everyone in our family had a signature song. They did. They did so jim. The oldest would sing country roads. What would the right thing. Which is second almost west virginia Blue ridge colorado. Who you could start at too low. For the harmony be appropriate. I told my children to sing my songs by hymns wrong. Because that's in keeping with tradition. Exactly so anyway. He would sing that the key. Is you have confidence that you're completely using my signature style. Not not you could be on my staff. We think we are at harvard. We are in harmony. But okay okay. so what. We do that awkward moment. Those people that are no trouble in your cleft. Sorry lasts okay even if you were not a very good singer which is true for you both very good saying okay. We're prove yeah. Yeah okay wait. They're ready for us. Then you would start off the evening at the dinner table. Reluctant to sing. And by the end. You're clawing your way to the front of the great your our birth family okay and where we were music obsessed crazy and you could go on for hours but the great thing was it brought new people into the block because there was a new person in our group. They were flipped fresh audience blood. They didn't have a choice. Betsy i got married to her husband's oh boy. That was a baptism by fire. They'd come in and they'd think well we're just going to have dinner and then we'll leave. No we're gonna have dinner and we're going to sing for three hours..

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Moms Meet World

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on Moms Meet World

"Home and family. For those of you who are new to us today newbies. Welcome in fact. I myself and the newbie do not about being a newbie to this podcast. I'm a newbie. you're a the. Let's all be newbie. We're experiencing this journey together. Mom's facing the world with a laugh and sometimes a tear. My name's betsy. I am you're lucky host. I'm the younger sister much younger of mary. Your esteemed podcast leader and this episode is going to be a lotta fun right mary. Okay two things first of all yes. It is going to be fun. But darling it's newish your newish because you've been on here before out but also i thought that was beautiful and so cute and so precious you army younger sister by three years this is also true. I think closer to four but let's not be true to review the months. See abbassi i can be. You're right closer for okay. Also it's moms meet with an ass so it's moms. We know it was very confusing to me when you you name this whole podcast and you said betsy. I'm going to do a world about mom's meet world. I thought that you were talking about workshops and add beef tenderloin and i didn't know if there was room for that in the butcher shop. Moms meet world tune in every week a different cut of meat. We're gonna know dad's allowed. Just moms me. We're all only mobs who prepare me watching. You don't wanna watch us making massage. Don't know vegetarians involved seriously. Vegetarians were harmed the baking moskvy pro by gun. All right back to is very professional now. She's new at this guy so give her a little hug verbally verbally. Non verbally but in your own little living-rooms hugger cells. Pretend you're hugging my sister because this is new as she's hosting you know she's phenomenal this but it's new and we're all about family here and she is part of our family though. She's not one of our children but she's definitely one of my best friends and family. Yes we're today mary. I often slip into calling her joanne. Because that is middle name. Don't get confused new podcast..

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WORLD OVER

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"Thanks so much. God bless on a nearly six hundred acre lot in the countryside of winona texas an ambitious project is underway. It's named taty splendor the splendor of truth after john. Paul the second cyclical it includes grand oratory seven institutes a retreat center residences and educational programs. What are the goals of this project. What do its founders hope to achieve joining me to discuss our to folks were closely associated with the new community. Bishop josip strickland of tyler. Texas and founder of the regina chilly academy carry beckmann. I spoke to them recently. Kerry what what is veritatis splendor. And how did this project come to be raymond. Bear tana splendor is a combination of of many many years honestly of my catholic walk. And i think of many of our fellow catholics walk and that is that our church. Is that a place in time. Where especially during covid and Just with the scandals that have been upon us that we realized that we really need more than ever to communicate the joy of truth to the whole world and so what we hope to do by building. A headquarters of truth to joyfully articulate the truth of jesus christ to the whole world so that we can see how truth and beauty make the world a better place and really try to bring back. Hope that has been lost in the world visual. You've been involved with this project since its inception in our co founder. The plan is to build veritas splendor in your diocese. However this is not a project of the diocese of tyler why not well. The organization is is really not connected to the church directly in. It's not a project of the diocese of tyler. It's main connection to me. Is that it's i'm welcoming it to take place in the territory of the diocese and i certainly want to give these great families my spiritual support here in east texas. They're really many kinds of activities like this. Most of them not sponsored by catholic people but there are a lot of activities. It's very evangelical area and so the fact that these people are catholic and deeply catholic welcoming evangelical christians. Early christians is very attractive to me. It certainly has created a lot of interest and some concerns. Because we'll bishop it's in your diocese or you controlling this. Certainly there's some canonical things. Were still working out. But it really is an totally unheard of for an entity to be physically in the territory of the diocese but not funded by or actually canonical. A part of the diocese of tyler. So of those details have to be worked out kerry. You are looking to raise twenty two million dollars to begin building this project starting with an oratory under the patronage of saint joseph then moving onto institutes and residences. How much of that money have you already raised. And where are these funds coming from. Raymond. we are just beginning. The development process and the funds are coming from really honestly all over the world..

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WORLD OVER

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"Well what we see in china doing is drawing a series of red lines and they say you cannot cross these red lines and one red line. Taiwan taiwan is our sovereign territory. They claim and you should not interfere. When we try to taiwan south china sea. Another red line. You can't cross that red line. You can't criticize human rights in china. That's another red line. So they're trying to take things off the table raymond so that we can't discuss them in in these diplomatic exchanges and they're only willing to discuss things that are to their advantage so though those are not the The conditions under which we should be having these diplomatic discuss since we've got the press china human rights. We've got to press china with regard. The genocide of the waivers at the persecution of christians and catholics in china. We've got to stop them from seizing territory. Not just in south china sea and vicky batts which taiwan but for example A building a port in the bahamas a hundred miles off those florida. A building artificial islands near australia to put pressure on On australia one of our allies in the in the south pacific so china is moving aggressively on all points of the compass. And i think we have to challenge them on all points of the compass. Are you surprised that president biden has decided to leave the trump era trade tariffs in place Against china a wise move. Well it absolutely is a wise move because american free labor cannot compete with chinese slave labor. And i use the word slave deliberately because we know that the wieger minorities and the nasdaq minorities in the far west of china are actually being sold in tranches of a hundred two factories on the east coast of china to produce goods for export This is literally slave labor. There kept hand up during the week. Only allowed out under escort for a few hours on sunday afternoon so that slave labors far as the rest of labor in china. They're not allowed to organize demonstrate Set up free labor union so There are controlled. Labor forces well Wages can be kept low. It is it is impossible for free workers to compete with kind of servants and slave labor under the control under the thumb of the chinese communist party so heap the tariffs in place And in fact move forward aggressively rebuilding american industry and not putting american workers back to where well see i. It's a perverse irony. Isn't it that the chinese loose this virus on the world. And now this week. The congress is moving an aid package a supplemental stimulus package. That includes a fifteen dollars minimum wage that will decimate small business in manufacturing and yet we're supposed to compete with the chinese. It's rather it's rather remarkable. If the chinese did in fact orchestrate this thing well they certainly tried to take advantage of it and they've taken advantage of it and multiple ways one way of forces by selling literally a seventy eighty billion dollars worth a p. e. around the world face masks and protective equipment. So you release a virus on the world. And then you profit from that by selling at exorbitant prices the material you need to protect yourself against it and of course they're selling vaccines..

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WORLD OVER

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"All these things are normal in mainland china. We are becoming like any other city in china. Just use it for any word you say the authorities can say you're offending the national security law. Your take on that well. The national security laws written so broadly that it basically means that that anybody who says or does anything. The chinese communist party doesn't like Can be arrested can be sentenced to prison. Now can indeed be executed under the under the terms of the law They got now they have now. Jack mall one of the wealthiest people in china worth about fifty billion dollars. The founder of alibaba has now disappeared. I because he criticized the chinese communist party's over regulation of the financial sector. You can't do that. You can make as much money as you want in china but as soon as you cross swords with the chinese communist party you realize they have all the swords and your empty empty-handed i wanna get your take on. What might this new relationship between china and the united states look like once president elect. Joe biden takes over on january twentieth. The chinese ministry of foreign affairs says china. Us relations have come to a new crossroads and a new window of hope is opening. We hope the us side will work with the chinese side to focus on cooperation and manage differences and bring bilateral relations back to the normal track at an early date. Steve how do you see this new relationship going for china and the us well. China hopes that a biden administration will simply revert to the obama policies of ten years ago or five years ago. When basically we conceded to the chinese communist party the idea that they were eventually going to become the dominant power in the world that we were on according to the obama administration on a kind of allied path to second rate status and we should make concessions one after another china. The fact is that going back to the days of the soviet union. We have long realized that our does encourage their hawks and our hawks encourage their dove. So that when we have a strong policy towards china They display weakness. That are strong policy encourages their doves to take over when we have a week policy is. I'm afraid we're looking at now. Because basically the biden administration looks like a rehash of the obama biden administration in terms of personnel. Ops are are doves in washington who are going to make concession after concession are going to be encouraging their hawks. I think that's why we're seeing. China become more aggressive all over the world stage vis-a-vis taiwan china sea vis-a-vis japan and in terms of cooperation at the top of the list for the chinese communist party is cooperating with united states on the covid nineteen pandemic. So let's get this straight. They release a a virus from their lab. Which is now becoming clear it as it goes around the world. It causes economic devastation. Terminent ran this loss of life. And we're supposed to cooperate with them and cleaning up the mess caused by a virus that they released upon the world quite a number. They did quite a number in the world. You're right and i agree with you. I think we're gonna have to monitor this administration closely Particularly given the allegations of financial payments between members of the biden family and the chinese Chinese companies also have been reportedly buying a lot of land here in the united states. What is their goal. Is this even legal. Well it certainly legal for private parties Even though they're you know citizens of another country to buy land and make investments in the united states but china should be a special case because the chinese communist party is a threat to the american way of life it's a threat to freedom and democracy everywhere not just in the united states and some of.

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PRI's The World

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on PRI's The World

"A program before but this strikes me as so exceptional bbc philharmonic orchestra. One of europe's top ensembles also thought. Paul harvey's music was exceptional so they turned paul's tune into a full orchestral piece. As paul harvey was diagnosed with dementia. Last year. after the bbc philharmonic completed. His work listened back and gave the bbc. His thoughts beautiful beautiful. It was very very moving and very thrilling at the same time. It's given me a new lisa life. We've all send you here. I will goes to piano and also find another four. It is recorded and the single aptly called. Four notes is available. Pretty much anywhere. You get your music. All proceeds go to the alzheimer's society and music for dementia. On this christmas day. We wanna give thanks to all the people behind the scenes who bring you the world. Each week day. Mike wilkins robin more. James godoi and there amyloid are brilliant audio engineers who get us on the air every day april. Tv steven snyder. Anna customer direct. The program tanya carris and pratt stephen davey maria romero amanda liechtenstein and ben piven keep the world dot. Org up running. Patty daniels produces a show. I'm marco werman signing off from the non and bill harris studio in boston at gbh wishing you a great and restful holiday.

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PRI's The World

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Manassas virginia. I didn't speak any english. And i had no friends. It was hard to make friends and then there wasn't that many mexican people there. And so what do i do. I dance dancing. School dance at dance everywhere. That's all i will do. There are times in the intervening years wherein tonio tried to stop dancing. He says he didn't wanna be the guy who danced and that's it problem is he didn't know what else to do. He tried starting at least a dozen businesses. None of them worked by the time he was in his thirty s. He was broke. I was living with my sister and she was helping me out. Our you know financially struggling couldn't even afford a cell phone. I was like all the way at the bottom. You know from trying. It's a long story but antonio decided he was going to focus on doing the thing he was best at dancing. One day somebody saw him dancing outside on the sidewalk and offered him a gig that led to teaching classes and then to running his own studio soon. He started to think what if he treated break dancing. More like a sport like taekwondo or karate so antonio developed a color coded ranking system for his students but instead of cloth belts he awards them shoelaces. He goes no lays white green brown orange and all the way up to black right. And there's ten. The ten lasers are breaking. Tonio created a point system for judging he came up with rules and regulations he founded the competitive breaking league antonio says it's modeled on the nfl and nba and he began to organize tournaments around the us then last year when the international olympic committee announced that break-dancing might be added to the twenty twenty four summer olympics in paris antonio saw an opportunity to assemble a us break-dancing team so when the time comes the us would be ready to compete and nobody has ever talked about creating eligible usa break in team. So i took it on. My thing is in the back. You know it's on me right. And i just feel like you know. There's nothing anyone can do to stop it and nobody seems to want to stop it. There leagues around the world preparing potential olympic glory. Right now pundits say the russians koreans and japanese are the ones to beat. And that's what brings us back to this competition. The break dancing northeast. Regionals.

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PRI's The World

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on PRI's The World

"So cool. Some people are using animal crossing for other big life events. karen. Morgan leaves in glasgow scotland. This past weekend family member passed away from covid. Nineteen we're not going to have a funeral for program that that'd be walking on memorial park on my She says working on a memorial park on her island is helping her cope with the whole thing. If you days ago she wanted an online forum for the game and asked if any players had any gravestones that as an item in the game but not everyone has it. Said i would love. Sovereign faded has extra a woman from the us message. I have some come to my island. Morgan got one for graham father and one for her dad who died back in february. She decorated the memorial with flowers and with in game items. That reminded her of her family. She'll do a real memorial when this is all over she says but for now she's okay morning in her own little virtual world for the world. I'm lydia mainly do. That is the new normal in this reality. don't forget the bread specifically mastering sour dough. Something that a lot of people thought they had to do in this year of staying at home. Remember the great bread. Baking craze of march april then in may home bakers got cocky advanced a sour dough but sour dough is fussy instead of store bought yeast. You create your own starter. A mix of flour and water. And you let it ferment. For well you let it ferment. For a while the process means every sour dough loaf is different. Carl dismised knows this better than anyone. He curates the world's only sour dough starter library the pareto center for bread flavor and savitt belgium the sour dough tradition has been lost for many many decades because of the commercial yeast. It's so easy to use. it's fast. It's delivering very consistent bread. But today we see that this revival of salvo is happening. And it's a good thing that it happens because it it is the core of what baking has been for the last five thousand years and he's only like the last one hundred fifty years that we forgot what it wasn't a lot of knowledge has been lost than what we tried to do. Today is to reinstall that knowledge by studying sour dough and sharing that experience with everybody was interested in. How does the place where those starters come from influence. The bread like is it as significant to the taste of the bread is like terroirs to wine. We have one hundred twenty eight doctors and that gave us like more than eleven hundred different species of micro organisms and so to define which is responsible for what aroma is a bit difficult. But it's true that a sour dough coming from the south of italy or one coming from the north of canada is delivering a different flavor. Now that's due to the micro organisms that are present in there but also the origin of the flower is playing a role. What kind of flowers used in the salvator doing weed flower. He's not just. One component is like the combination of everything. So there's still a lot of stuff to discover that the beauty about the library that we can finally any study sour does. What was your favorite sampled to collect. I assume that this mission of yours for the takes you to some pretty far flung places. Two years ago i was in the yukon and on the road someone join me from alaska which her sample. I collected samples. That go back to the klondike goldrush and to me. That was one of the most amazing things for me. It was like taking candy store. I could discover many things. Everybody i talk to at a story to tell about sour dough. So carl what is your advice for. People who are just getting started with sour dough. They're watching their starter anxiously. They're not getting that. Ye smell bubbles after a couple of what are you. What are you telling us where to quote i think it was winston churchill. If you're going through hell keep going. Because that's what happens when you start the sourdot. You mix flour and water. You let it ferment. Twenty four hours then you at again flour and water and you do that for a couple of days and after two to three days the things starts to stink and that moment many people who are not acquainted with the matter they say oh i screwed up. Oh i did it wrong. I have to throw it away. And i have to reach thought. But that's the moment that you have to keep on feeding and you will see that after five six seven days the balance between the lactic acid bacteria and yeast has toughened. And you get something. It's bubbly it's alive. It has nice flavor. That's my biggest advice. Don't be afraid when it starts to stink. You just have to continue feeding it and everything is going to be all right. I want that to be the answer to all of the problems of two thousand twenty. That was my conversation with carl. Does at the pareto center for bread. Flavor and savvy belgium. Now go get that flour and water and make a stink and some bread okay. Maybe you didn't try sour dough but you were hoping for summer olympics action in tokyo this year. When that got postponed back in march it was a big blow for many people. It was also a moment. When we all knew this novel coronavirus was going to be a serious worldwide disruption. The tokyo olympics are now scheduled for the summer of twenty twenty one. Some athletes are already looking past that to paris. Twenty twenty four and some first time events that will bring new competitors to paris surfers. Rock climbers even break dancers a push to make the games attractive to a younger and hip audience. The world sarah birnbaum went to silver spring maryland to check out the break. Dancing northeast regionals.

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Moms Meet World

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"world" Discussed on Moms Meet World

"Hey France it's MOM's meet world. So happy you found us or you're coming back to visit so grateful there are so many a few now. So happy and grateful for that. If you WANNA contact me we now have a page like. I'm so technologically. Not, savvy but it's a it's a an internet web page MOMS, meet world. Dot Com and there's their ways to either leave a review or contact me if you have an idea for a show or you just have a comment or whatever you'd like Mom's meet World Dot Com is where you can find us. So our mission is to strengthen home and family, and the idea is that the family is the smallest building block of society. So if we strengthen that, we can incrementally strengthened the world right. So thanks for being here and being on his mission with us. And.

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PRI's The World

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"world" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The race for a vaccine is showing progress today but some health officials worry about what could come next starting to be concerned that even if somebody's succeeds not everybody will get equitable access to that vaccine. Meantime Corona virus is breaking out in the Amazon Rainforest. Where information is scarce. Enter a powerful old technology the two way radio. It's essential to tell people about the threat of this disease that way. They can protect themselves and in Canada activist protesting human rights abuses by. China are met with stiff resistance. Beijing has launch an unprecedented time on Canadian. Soil we also go to Venice. Everything is reachable. Ten or fifteen minute walk without. Tourists locals are reminded how well Venice was. Designed I'm Marco Werman those stories and more today on the world. A microscopic virus has brought us to our knees words. Today from Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez he was virtually addressing the annual World Health Assembly. The decision making body of the World Health Organization Goweid nineteen. Must be a wakeup call. If it's time for an end of his who brady's our deep feelings of powerlessness must lead to great humility. The meeting typically runs more than a week this year. It's jammed into today's online. And Yeah there. Were the expected. Technical bumps South Africa can please join us. I'm afraid we still don't have Germany. Would go to Fiji while. We are waiting for the connect on activity aside. The pandemic has turned the annual assembly of global health leaders into a highly charged political moment. The world's Alana Gordon has been following the developments. Yeah Marco it has been an especially political moment for the global health community to understand this context. I just want to tell you about the role of the World Health Assembly. What it does so remember it's the. Who when they declare a global health. Emergency this is the group that allows them to do that so clearly. This is a big year. Or what's different at the assembly? This year. A lot of people I talked to were struck by who even showed up because usually again. These are like ministers of health and this time there were a lot of world leaders so you have the president of France Emmanuel Macron. He addressed the assembly and spoke of the need for strong World Health Organization. Not everyone all countries need to join together in this fight then. There was the president of South Africa. Who spoke about how. It's the poor who are suffering most from this virus. The President Marco of South Korea talked about the need for transparency democracy and solidarity. And then I'll welcome to speak next his Excellency President. Xi Jinping President of the People's Republic of China to begin with I wish to some Marco. You're hearing a translator of president. Xi Jinping speaking he said that solidarity and cooperation is the way that the people of the world can defeat this novel Corona Virus. He then pledged two billion dollars for the. Who over the next two years so messages of investment in the WHO also hearing some messages of Solidarity It does lead me to a big question. Alana the elephant in the room rather the absence of it. Where was the US as you know earlier? The United States announced it was pulling funding for the WHO? It was not present at the big kickoff of a big coordinated collaboration to develop vaccines and treatments but US health and Human Services Secretary. Alex is our did address. The assembly later in the day with a much sharper more critical. We must be frank about one of the primary reasons. This outbreak spun out of Control. There was a failure by this organization to obtain the information that the world needed and that failure cost many lives. It sounds like secretary as ours throwing shade on the World Health Organization there. It sounds like it and you know he talked about the billions that the US is investing in taking on this virus around the globe but that there really needs to be an independent investigation of the WHO and that at least one member state though we didn't say China by name tried to conceal the outbreak. So you know it's interesting to Is that countries talked about their challenges when addressing the World Health Assembly as well. But what didn't go mentioned in? This instance is that the. Us does have the most cases most deaths right now so you give a good picture of politics At the World Health Assembly what is actually being reviewed their alone the Assembly a agreed to review a resolution at a later time about Taiwan. And this has been a big political issue for the US and China. The resolution would allow Taiwan to have an observational role at the World Health Assembly. Which would allow it to have a representative to speak because right now. Taiwan's not recognized as a country member states similar to how it is in the United Nations. The World Gordon getting US started today on our cove in nineteen coverage telling us about the World Health Assembly happening this year online. Alana thank you. You're welcome Markelle a Saudi aviation student. Who Killed Three sailors on a Florida Navy? Base in December had ties to al-Qaeda. This was announced today by the FBI after investigators broke through incriptions on the gunman's iphones. Matthew Levitt is the director of counterterrorism and intelligence at the Washington Institute Matthew Evidence to the FBI revealed today about Al Qaeda's role in the shooting what they revealed is that the.

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Anything in The World

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"world" Discussed on Anything in The World

"The low and welcome back to anything in the world. Yes this is the true episode. One I am your true and honest host Leo. If you are new here I recommend you listen to episodes zero so you can understand more about me and my podcast. My show is available in many platforms such as apple podcasts. Spotify youtube and much more links. All the places are in the show news.

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World of Lu

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"world" Discussed on World of Lu

"Hey everyone welcome to the world. I'm your host lewis news and this is my intro episode to might ought cast gonna talk today about why the side is odd cast what plans i have going forward award and what. I hope you'll get out of it. I was talking with a friend earlier earlier this week and we were talking about the fact that you get so wrapped up in your daily life whether it's work or friends relationships family family you got kids whatever it might be you get so wrapped up that you forget to do something for yourself now. I know that sounds super cliche. Everyone says that oh spent some time for yourself. Find your true south but it's absolutely true. People honestly forget to do something nice for themselves. Offs is podcast is a way for me to spend some time putting my thoughts on paper set aside speaking them out into the world so tell you a little bit about world of flu in where it started world of. Lou started a couple of years ago. Actually at started just has my instagram handle and aimed. It was just kind of fun. You know well. It's my world ensure. What's going on in my world. <hes> just really playful still is is if you check out my instagram. It's at world dot of abso. Go give me a follow. I'll be sure to follow you back <hes> but anyway so it was just food at mcdonalds at the time traveling whatever was going on in my life. Oh sharing my world with you earlier. The sierra the beginning of twenty nineteen may eight commitment to myself t start a blog which went fairly while got a good number of readers right away way but for me for one reason or another it won't make excuses but it was tough keeping up on a block schedule having <music> actually sitting down putting my putts on paper restructuring rewarding <hes> thinking of the best way to promote the blog what i wanted to talk about became difficult for me so.

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"world" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"world" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Our podcast world news analysis. So that's begin with our first topic, globalization, globalization, four point, oh is pretty much the buzzword for this year stumbles gathering, the big picture is that what we are seeing is people from all over the world. Some people who are left behind were feel. They are left behind by this process are not happy about it. So politicians are taking advantage of this sentiment. And all this is pushing a part of the world to protectionism and. Populism, and it's being argue at Davos that once Lucien is the world needs a new global architecture war some kind of reform of this global architecture to accommodate new technologies were older new tendencies. So that's began with Dr Wong. A what kind of reform when he comes to this global architecture is needed here to make this round of globalization, more sustainable were inclusive. Yes. So as China's leader us repeatedly emphasized that the old version of globalization was initiated by the so-called developed countries, maybe we can trace back to five hundred years ago when they take the shape to conquer the world and connected different continents together. However full of this logic stats, many, the people living in developing countries. They'll rights, and they'll privilege have been totally neglected. So. So for the new version of conversation, the first point as China repeatedly emphasized as the must be more fear and equal at giving more opportunities for people living in developing countries. And Secondly and with think that's they must be applied. The new technology. That's we find and reboot the economy through new the new economy through new technologies, for example, AI artificial intelligence, for example, cyber and cyber security and cyber technology and others only through all these new technologies. The new economy can be sustainable and bring benefits to people all over the world. So you are talking about this imbalance between developed and developing world and also wear seeing this kind of imbalance within a single country like different parts of the country. We heard from Chinese vice president wants shun, he said at doubles, quote, the last thing we should do to stop making a pie and just engage in a few tile debate on how to divide it. So Dr Wong? What do you make of this development center approach put on table by China? And also what's been done by the Chinese government to address this kind of imbalance? Brought about by globalization for me. I think the best way to understand what she was this time that's to combine his sentence with what shouldn't ping emphasized. Lastly year, China's National Congress the parts National Congress nineteenth. Which also outlines? That's now the most folks point for the party, and for government to pursue is not only to make development to divert the county the economy, but also for more even more attention to people's happiness, and what people really gained and here. This part must be FOX are how to divide the wealth. Ming? That's the must be more. Equal not rather than allowing a small portion guys they get richer and richer while other still stay in the poverties. This must be changed this regime in China. I think yes, this this is a problem. A serves a problem that we all face that. But it's not the most serious in the world is better compelled was many other countries in Africa in Latin America, even in western the country. Is this a common problem in a world? So all government in the world. They it's not time for them to comparing each other, but to United together to discuss and find a way for them to solve this common problem for people last turn to professor Steve Hanks from the John Hopkins University. Professor hang what do you think are the major challenges facing the globalization process, and what's needed to save the process war? Maybe there's nothing much. We can do. Several comments the first one I would make is that a problem that we have is the assertion that Briggs. Apple people are being buried in poverty. No, they've been lifted up from poverty over over the last ten or twenty years, poverty reduction has been massive and massive throughout the world. So this this is part of the problem. We're talking about income distribution poverty, poverty developing countries being buried and in an unfair way and so forth. And and the these things are factually based..

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