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Ukraine says it left Russia no choice but to flee Kherson. Here's why it matters.
"Russia says it's begun withdrawing troops from the key Ukrainian city of curzon in a potential turning point in the grinding war A forced pullout would mark one of Russia's worst setbacks since it invaded Ukraine president volodymyr zelensky's forces seemed to be scoring more battlefield successes across the curse and region and closing in on the city rapidly zielinski said on Thursday that pace has increased so much that residents are checking hourly where his forces have raised the national flag and that teams were racing to remove landmines from over 60,000 square miles of land nationwide including around cursing However the foot of mines is so severe that one official says cursing could become a city of death
"zielinski" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Games against Brent, you know, this is not the time to glow. This is the time to sit back and let Graham Potter do his job because it's not just about results. It's about performances to especially with Graham Potter. He's not where they want them to be. And I'm fine with that. He needs time to work. He needs time to work. And I think you'll get there. If you want to experiment with this stuff, that's fine. I have no problem with it. It's not his fault. You're this horrendously put together team. I'm with you. Erling Haaland is returned to a Dortmund proved to be rather anti climactic as bursian city battle to scoreless tie and Riyad Mahrez, misses yet, another penalty. But I guess it doesn't really matter. Everybody's happy, except for Holland maybe who appears to be injured. Yeah, it seems to picked up a foot injury. Pap was not too happy by the penalty miss again. That's the 25th. Penalty missed by CT since guajillo arrived, 25 out 80. This is massive. This is big and you would think with Holland and gunder gun. I mean, they're all like them. Wow, how was psychologically that problem? They need to sort that out in the end, they took the group that's what they wanted. We touched on this earlier, the Barcelona were anywhere because Victoria pleads in winning phone ill and Gabriel Mellon Lukaku is back. And schools. It was so nice to see it come back on the pitch, big rom. He gives injure another dimension. Of course. Brasov H will be back to at some point, so I'm told. First half hour when injured missed a couple of chances. I know. This is why tension. Mister Alex, he's to say. I'm like, are you going to screw this up? No. Again. They're more grown up. Mickey sending them on their way bostonian phenomenon. I thought exceptional on the wing as well. So big, big win, good for them. The motion on night and Leipzig jewels, just a few days after the passing of club Patreon Dietrich mateschitz, they beat ramad three two becoming the first team this season to defeat carleton's crew. Yeah, they played really well, you are very emotional, great tribute to be fair, great homage. Yeah, there's a lot that I personally don't like about this man's organization and what they've done, but it's also true that without him wouldn't exist. Exactly. The atmosphere was great as well, Marco rosa very happy, the waste in play, then rightly saw it in kunqu again, fantastic, great start of the game. Without motors without Benzema, there was a few changes and stuff made by karel, but still very, very significant win for Leipzig. Milan beat up Zagreb for nearly awareness. It's not all about avoiding defeat at home to Salzburg in Manchester to qualify. Yeah, it was funny. This is important because you had to bounce back from the emotional damage of those two those two Chelsea games. I think they showed they could do that. And it was Gabby of all people opening the store in which I think is only the third Milan. The third Italian defender for Mina two stupid stats. And they keep rolling and now it's spit or get off the pot, as they say. Group D is finally poised jewels with everything decided on the last day. And it's thanks to Iraq's two to one win over Marseille. Yeah, well I just started early come out this quarter early, so by MDK and then I was born and bred, who scored the winner against Marseille from who can do also buys one in bright school, by the way, earlier to make it one one. It was really good game, I thought, intense. I had a lot of things before Marseille. This is a big opportunity missed because now for them to go through, they would need to be spurs at the velodrome. I believe there's a partial stadium closure as well, right? Well, yeah, one of the curves is closed. So no idea. Not only were already through, of course, but still be around 3 million Simone made history. He made history, so another one of those stocks, which I find really stupid, but it's significant because he is the second Argentine player in the history of the Champions League to score four goals in his first four Champions League game. I would never mention such an irrelevant stat, except for one thing, is who is the first? He's that. This is dad, man. And as our colleague, David cartilage tweeted out, wouldn't it be cool if giuliano Simone gets letting go first team, not this year, but next year. And becomes the third archetype. It would be a big achievement. It's so weird. We take messy, so for granted. Well, surely it's messy, right? But no. The communal played really, really well. Spalletti rightly resting the big on zielinski, Farrah shelia. Victor OC men, Leo, osteoarthritis played very little, but I think is a tremendous player. Some players to score for Napoli already this season. 12 in a game. You know, like 12 games in a row undefeated, it's just a dream. You almost wonder. You almost wonder if there isn't a man named Diego upstairs, possibly pulling a few strings from up on high. Celtic chucked a Donetsk battle to a one
"zielinski" Discussed on AP News
"U.S. and Russia have held their highest level known contacts since before Moscow's Ukraine invasion. I spoke with Russian foreign minister Lavrov. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says their call centered on efforts to free detained Americans Brittany griner and Paul Whelan. I pressed the Kremlin to accept the substantial proposal that we put forth. Blinken would not say if he made progress in Russia's not giving any hints either. The public push allows the Biden administration to show it's all in on efforts to free the Americans, but it also risks undermining its own message of isolating Russia over the invasion. The White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says it doesn't. I don't see how they are legitimized at all. And the entire focus is on getting the Americans home. Sagar Meghani, Washington. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he has pushed his Russian counterpart to accept the U.S. offer for freeing two American detainees. It was blinken's first phone call with the Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov since before the Ukraine invasion, blinken earlier this week revealed what he called a substantial proposal for Russia to release basketball star Brittany griner and Paul Whelan. I urged foreign minister Lavrov to move forward with that proposal. I'm not going to characterize his response and I can't give you an assessment of whether I think things are any more or less likely people familiar with the proposal say it involves swapping grind around whalen for a convicted Russian arms dealer, Victor boot, who's been held in the U.S. for more than a decade. Sagar Meghani, Washington. Search and rescue teams are looking for people missing in record floods that wiped out many Kentucky communities. Kentucky governor Andy beshear expects the death toll to keep rising. Tough news is 16, confirmed fatalities now. And folks, that's going to get a lot higher. Bashir says emergency crews made close to 50 air rescues and hundreds of water rescues Thursday and more people still need help. The administrator of the federal emergency management agency and griswell says Kentucky residents need to be alert and follow the advice they are given. Please pay attention to your local officials, listen to the words that they're telling you. Listen to the evacuation orders as this is still a very dynamic incident and they're still so many hazards that are out there President Biden has declared a federal disaster to direct relief money to more than a dozen Kentucky counties. I'm Mike Hempen. A Florida man accused of selling toxic bleach as a cure for the coronavirus has been extradited to the U.S.. Mark Brennan, the archbishop of the genesis two church of health and healing in Bradenton, Florida, had an appearance in Miami federal court Thursday, almost two years after he was arrested in Colombia. He's the latest to face charges for peddling ineffective or downright dangerous substances as medicines to cure COVID-19. Officials say the church manufactured promoted and sold chlorine dioxide as a miracle mineral solution that could cure a vast variety of ailments, ignored court orders to stop and threatened a federal judge. The substance turns into a toxic industrial bleach when ingested. Granted and his sons Jonathan Jordan and Joseph were indicted on one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt. The trial is set to begin September 12th in Miami. I am Jennifer King. Pope Francis has assailed the Catholic missionaries who supported oppressive and unjust policies against indigenous peoples. Francis has vowed to pursue truth and healing as he wraps up his pilgrimage to calendar by meeting with native delegations in far north nunavut, Francis is hoping his apology tour of Canada will help the Catholic Church reconcile with indigenous peoples, and has committed to continue on a path of healing to atone for the past his apologies have received a mixed response though, with some school survivors welcoming them, and others saying far more needs to be done to correct past wrongs and pursue justice today. I'm Charles De Ledesma. President volodymyr zelensky has visited one of Ukraine's main black seaports Odessa. A week after a deal was struck with Russia, turkey and the UN to create safe corridors for ships to export grains that have been trapped in the country. Zelensky's visit comes as workers are preparing terminals for grain exports, which are relied on by millions of people worldwide facing hunger. Zielinski told reporters the export of grain will begin with the departure of several ships that were loaded but could not depart the ports after the Russian invasion
Zelenskyy visits port to see ship loaded with grain
"President volodymyr zelensky has visited one of Ukraine's main black seaports Odessa A week after a deal was struck with Russia turkey and the UN to create safe corridors for ships to export grains that have been trapped in the country Zelensky's visit comes as workers are preparing terminals for grain exports which are relied on by millions of people worldwide facing hunger Zielinski told reporters the export of grain will begin with the departure of several ships that were loaded but could not depart reports after the Russian invasion Zelensky says our side is fully prepared We sent all the signals to our partners The UN and turkey and our military is guaranteeing the security situation The complexities of the grains agreement and concerns about the safety of shipping crews has set the deal off to a slow cautious start I'm Charles De Ledesma
"zielinski" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Frozen. Where is Jules? Jules is off on holiday. Another holiday. He needs his beauty sleep. Come on, man. Come on. We have a full show for you. Nonetheless, viewers, because a wild stuff happening around the world as qualifying comes to an end or most of qualifying, some are still going. But in Africa, heartbreak, heartbreak for Algeria, a lot of drama there at the end against Cameroon, Nigeria, held at home, they're not no super eagles at the World Cup. Ghana going through well done to them. Salah missing a penalty in the replay Senegal getting the best of them. Once again, we'll get into all that shout out to Peru as well. But we're going to start right here in Europe because it was the UEFA playoff path finals. Two of the three paths, of course, the third path will be decided later on. Let's start with Portugal and North Macedonia. Now, I just wondering going into this. Obviously Portugal, heavily favored on paper. Just as Italy were heavily favored, it can just North Macedonia. But I always wonder with Fernando Santos. He always kind of feel like to the pieces fit together, there's Portugal. How do I say they have a soft underbody? They could ultimately do they go through. But they do have this tendency to make life difficult for themselves. We saw that in the last game when they were firmly in control against turkey. And then they gave up the penalty which Borat Gilman sky over the bar. But that could have been a real turning point. Here against North Macedonia, I thought it was a more professional, more controlled performance. Yes, I would agree. I mean, the first 20 minutes, I thought North Macedonia played better than they did against Italy. Any stage in the game, they had more of the ball. Portugal had two chances probably in the first 30 minutes, which was a through ball for Ronaldo, which he made a complete mess off, and then Jota should have done better from a set play with the header. But once they scored that first goal, then they became professional then their senior players came to the fore. I thought they had a little bit more energy, the North Macedonia, and North Macedonia, I think, had put all their efforts energy into that game against Italy. And it was going to be difficult for them to reproduce that sort of defensive display. They did well, but not well enough. No, that's the only kind of gift of them that first of all, the guy deciding to square the ball across the back. What I found interesting was the ball then comes to Cristiano. And three people converge on him. He's inside the box. There was thinking in my mind. I said, all right, you're Cristiano. You've made a miss earlier. Just the mind of Christiana, right? You're somebody who's not afraid of shooting, somebody who's not afraid of taking responsibility, even though you've got three people converging on you, maybe you'll run at somebody, you'll try to beat them, you'll try to win a penalty or maybe you'll shoot or whatever. Instead, and I give them credit. Yeah, yeah. He puts the ball through the defender's legs to Bruno Fernandes. For the finish. I mean, that comes with experience that I'd love to know. I'd love to say, I'd love to say that Ronaldo knew that it was Muslim who was coming across that he played it through the legs of Muslims. On purpose. But I think because the way the ball was for Ronaldo, it was in between his feet. So he was going to have to have another touch to move it to one side to get his shot away, and as he was closed down, I think he thought the best option was to play it back to Fernández. In the two V one against Muslim, it came off for him. It wasn't quite the perfect ball because he just had to slow his run down. Bruno. Always question. Yes, you have to question. In the other game, Sweden falling against Poland. This was interesting. And we sort of built it up as live on dossi versus Ibrahim, which obviously he didn't start. He did come on towards the end. We'll get to him in a minute. But I was struck by the fact that Sweden I saw had the upper hand, certainly in the first half. In the end, it was a penalty which could act one and live on converted kind of sent them on their way. But it still felt like it was very much in the balance to me at least until the second goal. Absolutely. I think Sweden probably looked the better side when you look at the stats they had much more of the possession. I think they had two or three more chances, and the two goals that Poland got were both from slight errors from Sweden. So I think it was a very tight game, Sweden had their moments, chesney made a couple of good saves. But in the end, Lewandowski, zielinski, the probably the top class players, along with chefs, of course. But they were the top two top class players on the pitch, and they delivered in the end. Yeah, you mentioned she has made a great save off of Emile forsberg. What I thought was interesting. I mean, the linsky goal coming to make a tuna came out of 20 minutes in the end. He still waited another 8 minutes to send Ibrahimovic on. No, I realize he's the age that he is. I just wonder, when you're one zero down, I can kind of understand, I'm not going to bring him in yet. I want to equalize and start thinking about extra time and will he last that long fine. But you got to get some extra time. When you turn it down, you've got to get to extra time. Precisely, I'm surprised Libra didn't come in straight away once it was too no doubt. I mean, maybe we become predictable or whatever. But you still got to score two goals and make something happen. And if you look at most goals that are scored in the last 20 minutes again, when teams are down, it's through crosses into the box and somebody went in a ball in the air. Well, who's better at winning a ball in the air than Ibrahim of it. So probably as soon as that second goal went in, you'd have sent him on. But it wasn't to be for Sweden. I think they were a bit unlucky in the end. No World Cup for slot.
"zielinski" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Putin is becoming increasingly reckless as he stymied in his invasion and that kind of closeness to Poland shows he is taking the war in effect to NATO challenging and daring us to do more And that's why we need to counter his air superiority It is the step What was that side for Just the things Travis decides to hand me as I'm speaking He's pointing to your vessel Yes My empty pretty vessel It's a crystal pause Trump brags he threatened no protection for NATO moments after zielinski speaks to Congress He is a what's the word I'm saying I am a traitor Thank you Oh by the way the Russian bots were out in force on Twitter yesterday Someone with a bunch of numbers after their name Of course Entitled black voices muted said Stephanie Miller is anti black Tweeting back thanks Russian bot I'll discuss that with knock on hand this week while I'm muting them Okay Karen in Chicago Hello You just had a fundraiser for Raphael Warnock I don't do that I have black friends excuse I don't need to Okay Karen and Chicago Hello Karen Hello Oh what did I do I did it I'm telling you my thing is not okay there she is Hi Karen Hello I don't know Karen in Chicago Oh my God You hear us Really Really Really Okay I'll come back She's been holding for so long I don't know what's happening there I'm trying All right we'll come back All right Oh my God I missed a funny bob cesca quote About Don Junior's latest hey guys video More smoking hot takes from the worst president's Lee smart kid And bob said I finally figured out why he wears earbuds to make his videos They keep the air inside his inflated skull You pop them out his head deflates all around the room like a balloon Keep the urine And he has to pop up his head by blowing into his thumb That's funny Exactly Okay Lori says hey step in the moocs Last night my husband and I spent the evening watching west side story I anticipated the music would stay with me the entire next day except the next day we spent the morning with you and the moocs and now the only ear where I'm going through my head is a Hitler burger Thanks a lot but love you anyway Lori and Colorado Well it happens kind of increasingly relevant as McDonald's is not in Russia anymore So Putin has to go.
"zielinski" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Need to do more way more to get peace and stop Russia he says We need to do more so we can protect Ukraine and Europe from this total evil Zielinski has been delivering similar speeches to western capitals in recent days to try to drum up more support for Ukraine He said to address the United States Congress by video link on Wednesday Ryan Lucas NPR news lviv Ukraine President Joe Biden will join other NATO leaders at a summit in Brussels next week where they'll discuss the continuing war in Ukraine That's according to the alliance's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg Stoltenberg saying Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky has said Ukraine may seek security guarantees that would still fall short of full NATO membership Kyiv and Moscow meanwhile have been holding talks via video link said to be focusing on ceasefire and troop withdrawals The prime ministers of Poland the Czech Republic and Slovenia traveled to cave by train today to demonstrate Europe's solidarity with Ukraine The United Nations international organization for migration is reporting more than 3 million refugees have now fled Ukraine the vast majority now in Poland and bureaucracy in Warsaw says even more expected to arrive as fighting intensifies The train station here in Warsaw is packed with Ukrainian refugees mostly women and children volunteers offer food and places to sleep for the night a woman sits by the wall with her suitcase crying Kids race around Fled Kyiv three weeks ago Now she's trying to find help for a friend She expects to arrive soon And.
Zelenskyy tells Canada: 'Close the airspace'
"The president of Ukraine continues to appeal to western leaders to establish a no fly zone over his country this time addressing lawmakers in Canada you cringe president Vladimir salen skate received a standing ovation as heard on CTV we showed through a translator Zielinski ask members of Canada's parliament how they would feel to have bombs raining down on their cities all these severe explosions and their children die so Lynskey keeps asking for NATO to establish a no fly zone closed the airspace please stop the bombing how many more cruise missiles have to fall on our cities but western leaders are resisting fearing it will escalate into World War Wednesday morning you cranes president will make a similar appeal to members of the US Congress I'm Jackie Quinn
Russian troops press on Kyiv; Ukraine's leader vows to fight
"Russian troops have pressed towards Ukraine's capital as Ukraine's president Saddam is that and ski refuses to leave the country unless it's unless his nation I'm here we went Nason arms will defend the country because all of our trees truth is that it's our land our country our children and we will defend since he spoke to his fellow Ukrainians in a televised address after refusing an offer from America to evacuates Zielinski is what's come up tonight explosions in street fighting said Kiev residents seeking shelter underground it wasn't immediately clear how far Russian troops had advanced training officials reported some success in fending off the soles but fighting persisted near the capital botanically scared kids man tried to reassure kids residence friends their campaigns the night was hard but there was no Russian troops in the capital although Russian defense ministry spokesman claimed the assault on Ukraine is aimed only at military targets civilians have been killed and injured during Europe's knowledges scramble since World War two I'm Karen Thomas
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"zielinski" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"zielinski" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"The success of the israel daily news podcast for a radio class at my alma mater. Suny oswego this is my second or maybe even third time talking to university students on zoom about my career about podcasting pretty exciting that our show is growing so much and being used even as an example for incoming media students. If you are a regular listener you can give yourself a pat on the back because you are all a part of this process. Now let's get to the news. The whole world was a part of last night's big news story. Facebook and many of its apps like instagram and whatsapp messenger returned after a six hour blackout. As what's up went down israelis in mass flocks to other popular messaging platforms like telegram but soon after telegram also started to report operational difficulties as it tried to absorb millions of users worldwide. Me i used. I message because a lot of my friends were not on telegram and a lot of my friends have iphone so i just message those people using i message. The idea even tweeted a facebook saying now. This is the israel defense force. Tweet it out at facebook saying if you need any help idea. Tech support is active and to always ready to lend a hand. Isn't that cute. Following the outage shares of facebook plummeted falling around five point five percent on monday afternoon. It was the worst day for the company in just about a year. President isaac herzog's on his way to the ukraine on his first official state visit abroad since assuming office in july together with his ukrainian and german counterparts president of allude emmer zielinski and frank-steiner the leaders will commemorate the eightieth anniversary of the bobby are massacre. That was carried out by nazis in the soviet union. September twenty ninth nineteen forty one which killed more than thirty thousand jews. Apart from the ceremony. Hertzog will also attend the inauguration of the new bobby yar memorial center in kiev as herzog prepared to leave israel. He said i welcome presidents alinsky invitation and his commitment to the war against antisemitism. We shall remember and never forget. The terrible massacre at babi yar in which thirty three thousand jews were massacred shot dead into pits naked. In the terrible cold men children the elderly and women may their memory. Be a blessing. I was just looking through some footage and some videos on youtube of it. Pretty terrifying stuff. Nike announces that it will no longer be working with israeli retailers in marketing or selling of nike products. Though the measures won't come into effect until may thirty first twenty twenty. Two israeli businesses are preparing for the projected sales loss already. Nike's plan is part of its global efforts to reduce the total numbers of stores that it works with and encourage buyers to purchase products directly from their website and their flagship stores. Nike sent a letter to store owner saying following a comprehensive review performed by the company and considering the changing market it has been decided that the continuation of the business relationship between you and the company does no longer match the company's policy and goals the move by nike also comes after the company decided to end sales of its products on amazon back in two thousand nineteen. If you are getting caught up on your israel. Daily news sent over a monthly contribution at anchor dot. Fm slash israel daily news slash support subscribers. We'll get a handwritten. Thank you note and a little poem that i come up with myself to let you know how thrilled to be are to have your support. Thank you for your interest in being up to date on israeli affairs. Israeli politics are world politics. We have one central link in the show. Notes as you can. Click on and it'll take you to the page where you too can make a contribution and feel good knowing that you are supporting independent journalism. So check that out at israel daily news. You can also support us. By leaving us a review on apple podcasts and you can share the show with a friend and lastly follow us on social media at israel daily news as well as schoenefeld. My name has two ends in it. And i'm very sensitive about that and now for a medical story from our dr. A writer steve charlotte. The bacterial wars are coming. Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a growing and persistent problem in the world of infectious disease. And it just keeps getting worse the over prescribing of antibiotics when they are not necessary can cause bacteria to learn to resist. The most common antibiotics creating superbugs but help is on the way via tel aviv. University research team at the sackler school of medicine. Dr dole salomon and his students have developed a system that is like microscopic poison arrow shot from a good bacterium into a bad bacterium eliminating it and removing the need for antibiotics. This is called a type six secretion system and is being used in bacteria that infect seafood a main staple of many diets. The results gained here. We'll hopefully be used in human infectious diseases. Farm animals and plants doctor salomon explains the system that they built allows them to engineer. Good bacteria that can recognize disease causing bacteria attack them with toxins and neutralize them. The problem of superbugs is most acute in hospital. Settings and constantly requires new antibiotics to be developed to treat these serious infections hopefully further refinement of the type six secretion system will make antibiotics as we know them a thing of the past. Hey that'd be pretty cool. Wouldn't it to completely get rid of antibiotics and have something even better in other medical news. Israeli experts say that the booster shot for the third cove in nineteen vaccine is working wonders and that covert rates are declining all throughout the country. If all goes well restrictions that are currently limiting people at gatherings and keeping kids from participating in specific school trips are expected to be lifted and for another exciting end to the show. Here's a nice news story as of this coming sunday israelis and emory's will be able to travel to each other's countries without a visa. The first visa-free travel begins october tenth. So that's this upcoming sunday. And it means that any person with an israeli passport can just enter the united arab emirates without having to do the prior planning of getting a visa. Of course if you're looking to work or volunteer or study you're still going to need apply for one of those long term visas but just to visit. You don't need a visa. If you're coming from israel and vice versa this is all due to the signing of the abraham accords which was more than a year ago at this point bringing peace between the united arab emirates and israel. All right. well that is it for today's show. Today is tuesday october. Fifth twenty twenty one tel aviv has a low of nineteen degrees celsius and a high of twenty eight degrees. That's sixty seven degrees fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty two degrees for the high. Subscribe to the israel daily news podcast on spotify or apple podcasts. Or wherever you're hearing it from. We are everywhere. Don't forget to sign up to our israel weekly news rap it's a newsletter with the top five stories coming out of israel from throughout the week. Thank you to alex loss for some cities stories and dr steve charlotte for the medical story at the end. We're gonna send you off today with a song that is new to the israel daily news podcast but it did come out this year. Twenty twenty one. By lebron ben shimon called wahad pay in english it translates to hell of a mouth in a very slang.
"zielinski" Discussed on Unchained
"Am according to the blocks leary. Cermak starting at roughly nine twenty. Am over two point. Six billion dollars leveraged positions were liquidated in just one hour with primary culprit being in the cryptocurrency trading platform by bit data from block where intelligence shows that a total of three point. Two two billion dollars in long liquidations cascaded across the futures market on tuesday wiping out a total of four point. Four billion dollars in bitcoin futures open interest notably. Bitcoin supply held my both strong hands and short-term investors increased during the dip and exchange inflows and outflows remained somewhat steady based on the unchain numbers. Blockchain analyst will clemente concluded this wipe put was almost completely fueled by an over leverage in the system he added broader market dynamics have only increased. The bull market is not over. Remember we had eight twenty percent plus pullbacks for march twenty twenty two march twenty twenty. One i don't see anything to be concerned about. Speaking of a bull market the british banking giant. Standard chartered released a report on tuesday revealing a very optimistic outlook for both bitcoin. Endothelium theorem the being values. Bitcoin in the price range of fifty thousand dollars to one hundred and seventy five thousand dollars in the long term and either at a range of twenty six thousand dollars to thirty five thousand dollars at current prices. Standard chartered expects bitcoin. Two three x and ether to ten next headline ukraine becomes the latest country to legalize cryptocurrency on wednesday. The ukrainian parliament passed a law that would legalize and regulate digital assets. Previously and ukraine cryptocurrencies existed in legislative gray area as it was neither legal nor forbidden to own crypto assets within the country. If signed by president vladimir zielinski the law will protect crypto holders and exchange platforms from fraud in contrast to el salvador which made bitcoin legal. Tender virtual assets cannot be used as payment or exchange.
"zielinski" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
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Call one eight hundred gambler or an indiana one. Eight hundred nine with it. In the mid cretaceous period before taran soares had evolved to their most well known and largest size there is another dinosaur who dominated the land. These huge beasts were called the carcharodontosaurus getting their name from the genus for sharks concord on because of their shark like chompers carcharodontosaurus literally means shark toothed lizard. And now a new species has been added to their ranks. Thanks to discovery in ouzbekistan stan quoting smithsonian mag. The new dinosaur represented by a bone found in the ninety million year. Old rock of his pakistan is a cocker don to soar estimated to be thirty feet long. But that's hardly all this new dinosaur species also lived alongside a much smaller to ran a sore and helps narrow down win the fearsome carcharodontosaurus began to see the role of apex predator to bigger batter to ranna. Sores named luke. Beg soroush who's becca. Stan insists the new dinosaur is described today in royal society opened science so far. The dinosaur is only known from a single bone. Part of the upper jaw uncovered in the sandy reaches of the kissel coon desert nevertheless the anatomical details of the bone indicate that it belonged to the largest predator of its environments and quotes big soros who's becca ston insists quite a mouthful for someone who doesn't speak uzbek. It was named after uhlich. Beg a fifteenth century astronomer mathematician and sultan from present day pakistan and it's the first carcharodontosaurus found in central asia but hardly the first dinosaur found in the area. The sexy formation where this new fossil was found is a stack of ninety ninety. Two million year old rocks where a bunch of fossils from various types of dinosaurs have been unearthed over the years including a type of tyrannosaur that grew about ten feet long. Roughly a third of this lubeck source is becka. Stan insists and that relationship between carcharodontosaurus and tyrannosaurs is really what this discovery is shedding a lot of light on quoting live science. The to dinosaur groups were fairly similar but carcharodontosaurus were generally more slender and lightly built than the heavy set to ranna. Sawers said study researcher. Darlas alinsky and associate professor paleobiology at the university of calgary even so carcharodontosaurus were usually larger than tyrannosaur dinosaurs reaching weights greater than thirteen thousand. Two hundred pounds. Then around ninety million to eighty million years ago the carcharodontosaurus disappeared and the tyrannosaurs grew in size taking over as apex predators in asia and north america. Peter mecca vicky professor of paleontology at the university of minnesota. Who was not involved in the study. Agreed that you becca. Sinensis was likely at the top of the local food chain. I think this bone is so big that this would have been a very large predatory dinosaur and very likely the apex predator in its ecosystem. Mcentee told life science and quotes and this finding is also the latest known occurrence of onto carcharodontosaurus and taran a sort living side-by-side smithsonian mag notes that the period at which the carcharodontosaurus went from apex predator to extinct is a bit of a gap in paleontological knowledge. There was so much change happening between eighty and one hundred twenty five million years ago that it's tough to piece it all together zielinski told smithsonian quote. I think that any fines we can make in or around. The ninety two eighty million-year-old window can help shed light on this poorly known interval of dinosaur dominated ecosystems and quoting further from smithsonian even though the relationship between two ran a sors body size and competing carnivores now seems clear paleontologists do not yet know why carcharodontosaurus vacated their role as the biggest predators of the northern hemisphere. It's unlikely that taran simply clawed their way to the top and quotes durant stores didn't seem to get larger except in places where bigger competitors were absent so what changed. It may have affected. Availability of prey changed the patterns of herbivores more fossils and more research are needed to come to any conclusions but for now i continue to get a kick out of any time. We find fossils that prove taranath. Sors were not always the biggest carnivores on the block given how much we thrust them. Up as the ultimate apex predator in media. Plus shark toothed lizards. Just look in sound super cool..
"zielinski" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"American allies in the middle east worried with what they're seeing in afghanistan america. What is it one day in day out a big concern for iraqi kurds. They consider the us their protector. Which england happening in afghanistan but we hope that the situation in the two countries on different. That and mr zielinski goes to washington. Finally on the world. I'm marco werman. You're with the world where co production of gbh. Boston npr ex. President biden says america's war in afghanistan is over but the fight against terrorism will continue one battlefield in that global conflict is in the philippines with as hell local forces there are fighting islamist rebels. Who refused to give up as the world's patrick win reports the rebels. Latest tactic is especially startling. One of the most vicious battles fought in south east asia. This century happened just a few years ago. The battle of marawi in the southern philippines islamist rebels took over a whole city and filipino. Troops fought block by block to get it back while. America's applied intelligence guns and drones dragged on for months turning the city into rubble but that was twenty seventeen. The rebels retreated to the jungle to fight another day and most journalists drifted away too but not criselda jabu's author of the battle of marawi. She stuck with the story kept talking to soldiers. They're fighting the insurgents and these soldiers. They kept seeing something out in the jungle. That left them pretty shaken up. A lot of them had stories. About how they i had to fight. Child warriors child warriors like ten to thirteen years old. The rebels had put the kids on the front line first as a strategy if that was into shock filipino. Soldiers it worked. It was really a big dilemma. Because when they going to kill them right seeing children or were they let the kids kill them first. Criselda jaba s- was also surprised by this but maybe not quite as much as soldiers brought in from other parts of the country because she spent some years growing up in that area in sulu a string of islands in this crystal blue seat. That also happens to be a hotbed for radicalism. This is a place where everybody has a gun in every household even kids who are as young as five would be thought how he is a gun and that's normal for them. It's like having capital in the kitchen. More recently something happened. That really did shake her up. The detention in june of a little girl a little girl named aisha only twelve years old. She was discovered by the army. During a raid on. A rebel hideout in sulu. Aisha's seem to be in some ways like lots of kids addicted to or phone and really into tick-tock but she was in other ways very different. She was really indoctrinated into thinking. That objective in life is to kill as many soldiers as possible and she caused them pigs. She calls them dogs. Let's it's a question of black and white so address are bad rebels are good and not just any rebels. She's talking about abu. Sayyaf aisha belonged to the group known for kidnapping extortion and even beheading captives pity that is one of online videos. it's been around for decades getting started with seed.
"zielinski" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington. I'm amy held defense secretary. Lloyd austin is marking the end of the longest war in american history as well as the end of its largest air evacuation of civilians speaking at the pentagon austin praised servicemembers for the evacuation of six thousand. Us citizens and more than one hundred twenty thousand civilians from kabul austin says the us is now entering a new chapter in afghanistan where diplomats will take the lead afghan evacuees out of temporary housing in intermediate staging bases in the gulf in europe. On to begin new lives for some those new lives. We'll be here in the us. Appearing alongside austin general mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff called the ruling taliban ruthless adding. It is unclear if it will ever change. President biden is set to meet this hour at the white house. With ukrainian president vladimir zielinski the aim according to the white house is to show you support for ukraine's anti corruption efforts its energy security and its sovereignty in the face of russian aggression and invitation from former president. Trump never materialized for zielinski because of ukraine's role in his first impeachment. The biden administration says it is committed to giving up to sixty million dollars in new military aid to ukraine biden issued a statement today saying the restrictive new abortion law in texas blatantly violates the constitutional right to an abortion and his administration will defend that right. Npr serra mccamman reports the law prohibits abortions as soon as a heartbeat can be detected and it allows private citizens to sue doctors. Anyone found to have helped someone get an abortion in texas after about six weeks could now face penalties of at least ten thousand dollars notre bava kumar provides abortions in houston before the law took effect. He said it would prohibit the vast majority of procedures in texas. I know that there are many people who don't have the ability to of state even with the resources simply logistics and ability to do so is not an option for them. Groups opposed to abortion rights. Say the law is designed to avoid legal challenges. Lawmakers have repeatedly struck down other state laws attempting to ban abortion in the first trimester sarah mccamman. Npr news the cdc is urging americans to take precautions if they plan on attending large gatherings over the upcoming labor day weekend. Npr's giles snyder reports earlier holiday. Get togethers have been found to have helped drive. The spread of corona virus. Americans may be tempted to travel to holiday gatherings over the three day weekend. But cdc director doctor rochelle alinsky says people who have yet to be vaccinated against cova nineteen to think better of it and the fully vaccinated should take precautions. Wear masks of traveling. The white house has some fourteen million. Americans received their first vaccine dose in august about four million more than in july. It's npr news. As the new school year gets underway. There's word of a school shooting in winston salem north carolina. Police say it happened at mt taber. High school it's on lockdown and police say they have secured the campus adding. They're doing everything possible to keep students safe. Israel says it opposes the biden administration's pledge to reopen a us consulate in jerusalem to serve palestinians. The trump administration downgraded diplomatic relations with the palestinians when it moved the embassy to jerusalem and put the embassy to israel in charge of palestinian affairs. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem right-wing israeli lawmakers or campaigning against a us consulate for palestinians in jerusalem because the trump administration recognized the city as israel's capital and the bite in administration has upheld that centrist foreign minister. Your ear lapierre. Says his government opposes it to. We think it's a bad idea. We feel it will send the wrong message. Not only to the region although into the palestinians but also to other countries and we don't want this to happen and besides we think this might destabilize this government and i don't think the american administration wants this to happen. Palestinians also have claims in jerusalem. The biden administration wants to repair relations with palestinians and reopen the consulate there. Daniel estrin npr news. Jerusalem opened mixed this morning amid indications of a slowdown in hiring. The dow jones industrial average slipped about ten points in early trading. At last check the dow was up eight points. I made me held in washington. And you're listening to npr news..
"zielinski" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"The we will get on. No one be set in such an environment where we can share. We share corn komen from the puzzle. That is clearly omits time. Each lamai won a landslide victory over incumbent at google. It was his sixth attempt at the presidency analyst hill election as a triumph over authoritarianism and attempted election rigging it was the seventeenth win for an opposition party in sub saharan africa. Since two thousand fifteen more than seventy percent of zambians turned out to vote in the august twelfth election long lost in part because of the country's economic crisis amid rising inflation and unsustainable spending the government recently. Defaulted on its loans. Zambia is rich in copper but more than half of its eighteen million people live in poverty as you. You go to the middle east. What the head of. Iran's prison system admitted tuesday that leaked video showing abuse at the notorious. Prison is authentic about a few handled speaking to reporters iran's judiciary chief said authorities are investigating the incident. The prison chief apologized for what he called unacceptable behaviours but offered no plan for reforms. Hackers reportedly stole the video footage taken by the prison security cameras. The videos showed fights among prisoners and guards. They also show overcrowding in cells and harsh conditions in one shot. A prisoner smashes a mirror and tries to cut his arm with a shard of glass. Even has long been known to house political prisoners and those retires to the west next we go to eastern europe. Ukrainian president vladimir zielinski hosted a summit over the weekend to rally support for end in russia's occupation of the crimean peninsula. The president of the european council joined leaders from sweden poland and croatia at the event and give scenario must have during the meeting. Dolinsky said ukraine was never able to reclaim her man on its own but he said international help would make it possible to get rid of the armed aggression. Russian-backed separatists took over the korean peninsula in two thousand fourteen. More than thirteen thousand people have died and the fighting continues. Ukraine said one of its soldiers died in an attack on sunday if band. Finally we end today in europe until a famous african american singer. Dancer and actress was a spy for the french resistance during world war. Two who has achieved one of the country's highest honors. Josephine baker will be memorialized. In france's pantheon. Mausoleum french president emmanuel macron confirmed the decision on sunday lauren. Cooperman launched a petition to include baker in the monuments to the country's most revert national figures. He called her a woman of action. Who immediately joined the effort to oppose the nazis in her adopted home he also hailed her efforts to spread tolerance especially of racial differences although she lived in franz baker was active in the us civil rights movement. She gave speeches and performed in america in the nineteen fifties. Baker died in paris in nineteen seventy five. That's this week's world.
"zielinski" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"We are so excited because today we are adding another name to our dumb gay politics. Bob ross icon series since the inception of this show. We have talked to quite a few influential people. but today is only the fifth time. In four years that we're talking to an actual literal icon. Yes but our guest. Today is not just an icon. He's a god damn american hero and an everyday woman served in the army for over twenty years and he has like nine hundred different medals and honours. Now this on its own would normally make him an icon to us because one we don't know shit about how the military works and to the only army medal you've ever heard of is the purple heart but there's so much more to this guy than just his military honors. In the history of the white house. There have only been a handful of people who have worked directly for the president that we're willing to sacrifice their own reputation and career in the name of protecting democracy and our guest. Today just happens to be one of them and not for nothing. He does have a motherfucker he sure does but unfortunately he did end up losing his career in the white house and in the military all because he spoke up and told the truth about his boss the then president donald trump who had tried to use a foreign government to sabotage joe biden and thus manipulate a free and fair election. Which by the way is an impeachable offense which is why our guest today felt the need to speak up and which ultimately did lead to trump getting partially impeached. But since then there's been a pandemic and insurrection and another impeachment so we're going to take our fourteen listeners. Back to the summer of two thousand nineteen to refresh their memories. Trump was in a full-blown paranoia. About the possibility of joe biden. Becoming the democratic nominee and rudy giuliani was strutting around washington like some weird eastern european kingpin. Who thought he was pulling all the strings. A sitcom actor had just become the president of ukraine and even though putin wasn't happy about it and putin and trump were but buddies trump scheduled to call anyway with the new president zielinski to congratulate him during that call presidents alinsky. Ask trump for some aid money. That congress had preapproved for ukraine. But trump said he wouldn't send the money unless the new president agreed to help him with the election. By digging up dirt on joe biden and his son hunter and all the shit they were getting into in the ukraine. That's exactly and of course trump tonight everything but our guest today was on that call heard the whole damn thing and he testified in front of congress to approve it and in doing so he changed the course of history forever and if it wasn't for his bravery integrity even in the face of losing everything that he worked for his whole life. We'd probably be stuck with trump as president right now grosso so without further ado we are humbled and honored to welcome to the show. Our newest bob ross icon. Who without his sacrifice. There would be no joe. Joe and kiki retired lieutenant. Colonel alexander vitamin hi. Alex low alec. Wow that was quite introduction. I i don't know what to say. I think you guys set it off for me. Oh my god thank you for coming by the ninety s. You think if your service okay. So listen we're going to talk about your new book and get all your hot takes on the cunanan and the capital insurrection. Shit show in afghanistan but first we need t- on trump and that freakin ukraine. Call so let's start at the beginning. We know you've told the story in the meantime but probably not like how you're going to tell it today. Okay so start and tell us exactly what your position was in. The trump administration is sitting the fucking. Oh my god she doing so okay. I was the director for. I was the director for european affairs on the national security council which might not make a lot of sense to people. But because they know me as lieutenant colonel which is kind of like you know middle middle management promoted. I didn't like a sexy army title. Lieutenant kirtadze i mean. It's it's where you get to if you've been successful About sixteen years old sixteen seventeen years. Now he's about to get promoted to colonel. That's like a real cool on the rank. Looks like it looks like it's an eagle so it's the coolest looking bother in the white house. I was serving at position. Mean depending on who at how you assess it anywhere from two to three ranks above that grade. So i don't wear a uniform. Your carry that title of director for the national security council and your chairing meetings with deputies secretaries and For the department of defense is actually like three ranks because they elevated. The deputy system secretaries took restart butlin started serving as ten colonel in three star general equivalent position ensuring meetings with these these folks and ours response before Eastern europe had russia. Ukraine moldova belarus. And the cops considered asia right. I liked we. I like the way you think. That's a good slap across the face. The russian consider themselves european too bad. They're not even like to point out to them that they're really kind of more eurasian their asian and that kind of gets gets under their skin me certainly ukraine moldova and belarus follow into traditionally. What's been considered europe eastern europe but europe. Russia is a massive country with eleven time zones so it straddles europe and asia. I never do that now. How did you get this job. And how long did you have it. Got this job By because i served successfully over the preceding twenty years to get to that point. But really if i on the national security council. That can't be easy. it's pretty awesome. It's i figures roughly. I was an infantry troop leader. That's you know. I had platoon as branding lieutenant in forty guys then a company about one hundred seventy four guys on seventy six. I think actually And then you had to do all these kind of developmental things like your basic entry level troop leader type stuff and then about the eight or ten year mark. You're able to compete for these really niche assignments including becoming a diplomat in the department. You have foreign service officers in the department defense. You have foreign area officers. And i was selected to be A it's pretty kind of a it's not the easiest thing to do I was trained in. I ready spoke. Russian training ukrainian. I went to harvard graduate school. They paid they paid for it. They gave me a large chunk of money to travel all throughout russia and the former Eurasia i went to china went to Turkey poland ukraine everywhere..
"zielinski" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Which would hurt biden's chances. In the primary there it was in black and white in the transcript of that phone call. I would like you to do us a favor. Though the man who listened in on that phone call to take notes for the white house was a us army. Lieutenant colonel. this man alexander vitamin. I should tell you that colonel vitamin will be a guest on the show on monday night looking forward to that. You don't wanna miss it then may just told. Cbs news that. After donald trump's infamous phone call with ukraine. He immediately went to speak with his brother who also worked in the white house. He said he told his brother quote. If what i'm about to tell you becomes public the president will be impeached. And that of course is exactly what happened. Donald trump was impeached for pressuring ukraine into digging up dirt on his political opponent. And i know the story is not so distant but it's important context for this moment that we're in right now. It reminds us that donald trump's obsession with staying in power and winning reelection and the dramatic lengths to which he was willing to go to stay president. It all started way way before anyone cast a ballot last november. But of course that was just the start after joe biden actually won the twenty twenty election. Donald trump's obsession with joe biden morphed into a crusade to de-legitimize the results of that election and part of that crusade led to an insurrection attempt on the united states capitol and temp which is now being investigated by congress. Today the house select committee investigating the january. Six attack held a meeting behind closed. Doors there first gathering after this week's emotional hearing with law enforcement officers were attacked at the capitol on january six. The chairman of the committee congressman. Bennie thompson told reporters today that the committee will soon be sending subpoenas as part of their inquiry. But that's not the only investigation going on in congress right now. That could shed light on donald trump's efforts to overturn the election. We know another part of the former president. Scheme to overturn. The election was centered around the justice. Department to wield the power of the doj to somehow swing the results in trump's favor there were reports that trump considered ousting his acting attorney general and replacing him with one who would push his baseless claims about election fraud trump and his chief of staff stovepipe their election fraud claims right to the doj glee doj leadership demanding that the department investigate the fraud to bijal to de-legitimize. Joe biden's win just this week. We learned just how extensive this pressure campaign was washington post reporter that trump's called his acting attorney general. Jeffrey rosen almost every day about the so-called fraud in the aftermath of the election. the attorney general's top aide took notes. About what the former president said on those phone calls for anyone trying to get to the bottom of whether or not donald trump was trying to improperly weaponize the justice department to help him stay in power it would be important to know exactly what was said on those calls and today we found out the new york times it was the first to report today on the contents of those notes about donald trump's calls to the attorney general after the election according to the times donald trump called his attorney general as well as his deputy on december twenty seven th of last year to ask him about claims of voter fraud that doj had disproved that deputy attorney general told the former president that the justice had no power to overturn and election to which donald trump replied quote. Just say that. The election was corrupt. And leave the rest to me. Just say the election was corrupt. And leave the rest to me. Since viewer times. I broke the story this afternoon. These handwritten notes have now been made public and turned over to congress as part of a separate investigation into the former president's conduct after the election. So here we go joining us now. Katie benner who covers the justice department for the new york times. She's been way ahead of everyone else's reporting on donald trump's post election attempt to pressure the justice department. She was the first to report on these documents from the house. Oversight committee today katie. Good evening to see my friend. It would seem that the nine pages of handwritten notes released today are not the only notes taken by doj officials that are relevant to a house. Oversight committee investigation. It's a committee that is likely to receive more as it investigates. The trumps trump administration's efforts to reverse the election. What's the picture as you have it now. I think what we need to remember. Is that those committees including the house oversight committee and the senate judiciary committee. They've been asking the justice department for documents in the testimony of former officials. Basically since the beginning of this year the justice department began the process of handing over documents a few months ago. This is sort of the latest batch and just now the justice department said former officials are allowed to testify. And they're not going to vote executive privilege which means that congress now has far more access to information than ever had during the trump administration about the former president's behavior. We're going to see the justice department allow information to flow everybody to see congress to press as hard as it can to get everything it can documents and testimony. The language used by donald trump in his phone call to justice department had similarities to the language that donald trump used in his phone call with the president The president of ukraine. I'm going to read you. What he said to the call with zielinski. I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot and ukraine knows a lot about it. I'd like you to have the attorney. General call your people. And i would like you to get to the bottom of it. There's a lot of talk about biden's son that biden. Stop the prosecution and a lot of people wanna find out about about that so whatever you can do with the attorney. General would be great. Then he calls an leans on the attorney general of the united states. The acting attorney general of the united states. Just come up and find some fraud. I'll take care of it from there. Do we know from your notes. what happens. What trump means by. I'll take care of after that. You know he says. I'll take care of it. Himself and our congressman with note say republicans in congress who is ally so presumably they would use that statement from the justice department as a cudgel to both attack joe biden to also real seeds of doubt.
"zielinski" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"Share of taxes you that i and show ukraine the way on how to do that. That's really us leadership. So let's take a lesson from ukraine. Because ukraine as i keep showing going on and on on this show shows how to get it done you had the popular uprising. That defeated putin's puppy yanukovych. That was a big arts festival. That was an uprising that encompassed all walks of life across ukraine. Society is done despite pressure from european western officials to go home and disperse and all that once again. We turn to ukraine for less hints. Would you have there. You have zilenski with his balls of steel when he was alinsky. Here is about this putin summit at the time when putin has amassed ninety. Five thousand troops on ukraine's border what is the landscape. Do he needs to set a strong urgent message to the white house so he goes to axios. He doesn't interview with axios. Speaks directly to the president had states through axios saying what the hell is this. Why are you having a summit putin. Please meet with me. I what happens next that interview with axios that leads to alinsky getting an official invitation. The white house. That meeting should take place next month. And then right when biden's about to take the stage and do as big press conference at nato. What is the lansky do. He takes his balls of steel and he throws them on twitter. He announces that ukraine is going to join nato and suddenly you had twitter awash with everyone's celebrating thinking that biden. The west actually did something right for a change in is going to bring ukraine into nato. This was all a big bluff certainly to fuck with putin's had and to force ukraine into the conversation. So what happens. When biden finally takes the state towards nato press conference. Ukraine is the big topic of discussion. Well done zielinski else's coming to your aid. You have to do what it takes. Protect yourself you have to be creative. And that is what he's doing biden of course had to say no. We're not having you nato. You've gotta clean up your act. I can show ukraine how to clean up their act rain in your own oligarchy. I and show you how to do that. As a result you know ukraine can join nato. That path is there but i. The west wants ukraina. Jump through all these hoops to fight. Its own corruption. That's going to be tough but again the big headline of this week's episode is if the west really wants ukraine to get serious about corruption. The west needs to get serious about its own corruption because it's the same bucking corruption. It's the kremlin. Golden handcuffs is the kremlin dark money. It's the offshore bank accounts. It's all of these loopholes. It's all the fancy accounting firms. It's all the legal warfare in the fancy law firms. Clean up your own damn corruption and stop putting all these unrealistic expectations and pressure on ukraine. I'm someone that has spoken. adamantly about corruption ukraine. I have told off ukrainian officials to their face about the corruption in that country. And i'm telling you west. You are failing. You're not living up to your own standards. And as a result you are being played. And you're losing your sovereignty and you're putting the lives of countless people at risk including dissidents. You just had a young man. Young independent journalist hijacked off a plane as it was traveling between two eu nations. And now he is being forced. He's being paraded across kremlin propaganda inside belarus praising the great dictator and being forced to confess to things he didn't commit that's a violation the geneva convention so because of the western uttar lab strategy against this aggression. All of us could be jamal khashoggi. All of us can be roman participation the independent journalists in belarus who was kidnapped by putin's puppet in belarus hijacked off that plane. All of us are those dissidents right now. when you have such an shameful embarrassing self-defeating foreign policy has received coming out of lincoln right now and biden and their team and their chamberlain advisors. It's just utter appeasement to putin anisimov estate. So let's move on to blink because we've got some things to say about him specifically welcome to the anthony blinken special go so you know what how on wall street and how wall street works. People put in their time on wall street or they go to the sec. Which is supposed to be the regulatory body of wall street and it just becomes a revolving door of corruption. You work in the sec. Then you get a fancy job in wall street. So nobody's really watching. Basically the fox's are guarding the hen house. That's how the sec works. That's how wall street works. And now as a result you have wall street being a gambling den and all the pit bosses. That allowed the big financial crash of two thousand to happen. They're all back at it again. And we're vulnerable to another crash right. That's because we have a week. Sec so you have the same thing going on with the doj. Why do you think trump was allowed to come into power in the first place. Why do you think you've had all these slaps on the wrist. And why do you think corruptions flourishing right now in america because you have these. Doj lawyers. That's put in time at the doj and then they rake in all this money working at like a handful of powerhouse law firms it's a revolving door of corruption key. Examples of this you had and the fbi works the same way you had to fbi. Director william sessions and louis fria go from being directors at the fbi to serving as lawyers to the russian mafia so again revolving door of corruption. So anthony blinken has entered his own revolving door of corruption after serving in the obama. White house where he should have had a come to. Jesus moment where from that. Time under obama should've woken up to wow global. Corruption really made us vulnerable to putin's attack in two thousand sixteen. And how do we make sure that ever happens again instead. Lincoln spent his years after obama's white house and under trump raking in a bunch of money setting up his own lobbying firm and serving a lot of massively powerful giant corporate clients who are currently causing a lot of destruction on the planet and so because he has so many lucrative contracts that is time before becoming secretary of state however we to expect he's going to be serving what's best for the american public it might jeopardize the interest of his former or potential clients so some of these clients include facebook yet. Lincoln was serving facebook. Facebook is of course to fox news social media ads pushing out the big lie hate speech and flooding zone with shit. Steve bannon would call it. Facebook has been defiant in whitewashing their role in furthering political extremism and dangerous information this of courses lead to real world violence a one key example of this is kyle rittenhouse. The kid who organized over facebook an effort to go out and confront black lives matter protesters wisconsin which led to call rittenhouse killing two innocent people.
"zielinski" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Know what Alexander could secure. All right. E had a premonition that we fell into it with them with musicals. Better guy, Shannon Zielinski need a little bit of company. You met me at the same time. Maybe you better double. I've never taken away where they got you. I need you. You may say I'm one of the greatest thing. No debate. No, no, I'm still levitated a memory unmedicated. Ironic God gave him love and they and the painting on me. She told me she loved me the way you fight for your love, and I'm running things on my patients needs someone to hug even took it better basis. You see what you got me out? Your door might do me up. Can't nobody stop the movement? Let's go left foot. Right foot 11 taken pop stars Do a liberal with the baby had delays my shoes for all the blessings I was chasing, ever have a slip apart into a better situation. So catch up question cheese on it. Get out and get bread up. They always leave in your body. But you run together weight of the world on my shoulders. I kept my hand up now, baby, stand up because you're you Move to get in here. I got you. Do you want me to do I mean, it's out again tonight. All right, Let's do it tonight, right? What your boss and even if I don't mean to us Like I need you. Oh, no, no, no. All right. I got you, John honey. Absolutely. You hear a lot of, but Sinise I don't think that obvious, but I might go down to the river because the way that this guy opens up when we touch yet it's making me say that the way you hold me only only only on Holy Holy only yours. Oh, God. Into the other Like a track star. Can we end up the seconds away? You? Oh, me. Oh, me. Oh, me, homey, homey. Feel so holy! I don't do well with drama. No, I can't stand it being fake. Don't No, No, no, no, no, no, no, I don't believe in their body weight that we love in the night game in life, baby. I can't explain the way homie.
Trump denies knowing Giuliani associate Lev Parnas
"President trump is on the attack in predicting a quick Senate impeachment trial as the non-partisan independent arm of the government called the Government Accountability Office or Gao concluded that the trump administration broke the law when it was held security aid to Ukraine last year ear and CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports. Now the president is also continuing to deny that he knows a Rudy Giuliani associate who calls himself. Trump's asset in Ukraine today new revelations or complicating with the White House had hoped would be an easy senate trial very quickly to host a non-partisan partisan federal watchdog agency has determined the trump administration broke the law when it withheld military aid to Ukraine according to the Government Accountability Ability Office blocking that military assistance violated a law that limits the president's ability to withhold money already approved by Congress and faithful execution of the law does not permit the president to substitute his own policy. Priorities for those Congress has enacted into law today. The White House defended the move. Move by saying the nearly four hundred million dollars in aid was eventually released. I'm very glad that Ukraine got its aid and got it within the deadline. While officials aren't expected to be prosecuted for the violation. The release is fueling more questions ahead of trump's senate impeachment trial. This is a bombshell as we head into the Senate Trial Democrats say it underscores the importance of having witnesses and new documents and the trial this reinforces again. The need for documents and witnesses in the Senate the White House has spent the last several days finalising its defense but new revelations made by a recently recently indicted associate of Rudy. Giuliani's could turn their plans upside down today. Trump denied knowing love Parnis despite having multiple photos goes with him other than I guess pictures taken which I do. Thousands of people in the president was aware of his efforts to get dirt on the Biden's and was in close coordination with Giuliani. But today trump said he doesn't think they've ever spoken never had a conversation that I remember with him. I don't need the help of a man I and I never met before. Despite parnassus claim he did nothing without the consent of Giuliani when it came to Ukraine trump stood by his personal attorney. Today today is is somebody that frankly having him on my side was a great honor for me and it has been a great honor for me now Jake. Trump trump was also asked about a letter. That Rudy Giuliani had sent to then. Ukrainian president elect Zielinski saying that he had president trump's knowledge and consent to ask ask for a meeting with him. This letter released by House Intelligence Committee this week. Trump said he had no knowledge of that letter but really Guiliani had written written it and sent it. He you would not have a problem with it are Kaitlan Collins at the White House for his. Thanks so
Putin and Zelensky hold landmark talks
"Vladimir Putin Russia met with President Vladimir Leninsky of Ukraine for the first time on Monday at a summit in Paris to try to end five years of war between in Ukrainian troops and moscow-backed separatists both sat down at the French presidential palace along with the leaders of France and Germany for talks focused. Oh Qassam reviving a two thousand fifteen peace agreement for eastern Ukraine that has largely stalled since two thousand fourteen. The war has killed. Fourteen thousand. Listen people emboldened the Kremlin and reshaped European geopolitics. A major breakthrough is unlikely and Ukrainian protesters in Kiev. A heaping pressure on the new leader. Not to surrender too much to Putin. WHO's been in office nearly twenty years but the fact that Putin and Zilenski ski metal was a significant step after years of war Putin and Celeski faced each other across the table flanked by French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angle merckel whatever happens? The summit is the biggest test yet for Zielinski a comic actor and political novice who won the presidency this year in a landslide partly on promises to end the war. Walls alinsky still enjoys broad public support. He has been embarrassed. Embarrassed by the scandal around discussions with Donald trump that unleashed an impeachment inquiry in Washington. The US is an important military backer for a Ukraine which is largely outgunned by Russia while the US was never a part of this peace process. US backing has strengthened Ukraine's overall negotiating Shiite position with Russia in the past now that support is increasingly in doubt after the trump administration froze military aid earlier this year and is increasingly really focused on trump's reelection bid with US influence waning around the world many in Kiev see one clear winner. Russia the EU and US imposed separate sanctions on Russia over. Its annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula in two thousand fourteen the E. U.. You is expected to extend sanctions this week by another six months.
House releases Morrison, Williams transcripts in impeachment inquiry
"In a weekend closed door house hearing today to depose a career White House official in the impeachment inquiry office of management and budget official mark sandy was expected to detail how the multi million dollar military aid package for Ukraine was finally released Republicans at the hearing included New York congressman lease older they're trying to make a case for quid pro quo and they're not talking about the fact that president Zielinski himself said he felt no demand that there was no pressure there was no quid pro quo transcripts released today in the impeachment inquiry show U. S. ambassador Gordon silent played a central role in president trump's effort to push Ukraine to conduct a political investigation of the bidens and Ukrainian gas company breeze Mar as a condition for receiving needed military aid it's Jim Morrison's testimony former top official of the National Security Council they contradict much of ambassador Simons own testimony behind closed doors both Morrison and silent are expected to testify publicly before the house next week as is Jennifer Williams the staff report vice president Mike pence her closed door transcript was released today too as ABC's Ben Siegel Williams recalled that the president of Ukraine mentioned breeze my even though a rough transcript of the phone call later released by the White House only said
Brexit talks grind to a halt.
"Coming up on the nears Johnson faces new constitutional crisis as brexit talks grind to a halt diplomats pushed Ukraine to investigate and dangled a trump visit and rise in persistent. Ut is could be linked to antibiotic crackdown. It's it's Friday October four. I'm Anthony Davis Boris Johnson's careering careering towards a fresh constitutional crisis after insisting there will be no delay to Brexit just hours after government lawyers promised in a court in Scotland he would obey the law and request an extension. If he failed to clinch a deal within a fortnight the prime minister tweeted that there must be new deal or no deal bill but no delay in reality. Boris Johnson will send a letter to the e U asking full of Brexit delay if no deal is agreed by the nineteenth of Volk Tober according to government papers submitted to the Scottish court the document was revealed as campaigns sorta ruling forcing the PM to comply with the law there QC said it contradicted statements by Mr Johnson in parliament. The so-called Ben Act named after Labor MP Hilary Benn who spearheaded beheaded its passage into law requires the government to request an extension to the thirty first of October brexit deadline. If a deal has been signed off by parliament is by October nineteen. Mr Johnson said he would rather be dead in a ditch than ask for a delay it now appears increasingly likely. Johnson will fail take the deadline for a deal laid out in what he calls the surrender act. EU sources said there remained considerable doubt as to whether there was any any basis for such discussions given Johnson's insistence on there being customs border on the island of Ireland texts show how US officials worked to produce the Ukrainian president into opening a public inquiry inquiry into Donald Trump's leading opponent Joe Biden the messages released by Congressional Democrats emerge as MR trump faces an impeachment inquiry quiry over the matter the exchanges show a senior diplomat saying it would be crazy to withhold military aides to Ukraine from Mr Trump's political gain in the twenty twenty election. US LAW BANS SOLICITING FOREIGN HELP FOR ELECTORAL PURPOSES BUT MR trump denies any wrongdoing and today day said there was no quid pro quo in the communications his remarks came a day after he publicly called on Ukraine and China to to investigate Mr Biden sent between July and September the texts involve high ranking officials Kurt Volker Mr Trump's Ukraine envoy a who resigned a week ago Gordon Sunland a US ambassador to the European Union and a significant donor to Mr Trump and bill Taylor a top US diplomat at the American embassy in Ukraine on the nineteenth of July. The three diplomats discussed arranging a phone call between Mr Zielinski and Mr Trump. Mr. Volcker told the other two he had had breakfast with Mr Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani that morning and identified the main purpose of of the upcoming phone call ahead of the coal. Mr Volka texted that he'd heard from the White House that Mr Zielinski would be offered a formal visit to Washington assuming wing President Zee convinces trump. He will investigate to get to the bottom of what happened in twenty sixteen. This is a reference to unfounded allegations. Gatien's that Ukraine interfered in the twenty sixteen. US presidential election and worked to help the Democrats but the text messages show US officials those discussed what the Ukrainian president should say in the states went afterwards today. House Democrats requested Ukraine related documents from Vice President Mike Pence giving him a deadline of October fifteenth Mr Pence who was reported this week to be frustrated by the White House handling of the Ukraine Crane affair has not yet responded thousands of women were taken to hospital with chronic urinary tract infections in the past year according to figures that reveals striking rise in the number seeking medical help for the condition more than twelve thousand patients majority women attended hospital with persistent urinary tract infections or cystitis last year up from around four four and a half thousand in two thousand and one experts warned that the increase could be linked to a crackdown on the prescribing of antibiotics by GP's owing into fears about antimicrobial resistance resulting in some patients developing intractable infections that require admission to hospital recent recent research has revealed the dipstick urine tests that is widely used by GP's is hugely unreliable missing up to fifty percent of infections despite the increase in numbers being admitted to hospital there has not been major progress in developing new drugs or treatment strategies in what some view as an entirely entirely unglamorous area of medicine you can subscribe to the news with with your favorite podcast APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. 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Climate panel sees a dire future.
"Coming up on the news a memo confirms was president urged. Biting Clary as trump impeachment gets underway furious. UK MP's SPA with government after suspension and we're all in big trouble climate panel sees Dia Future. It's Wednesday the September twenty five. I'm Anthony Davis a the White House released the details of a phone call between president trump and his Ukrainian counterpart that has triggered a US impeachment inquiry it shows Mr Trump asked Vladimir's Alinsky Alinsky on July twenty fifth to investigate Democratic candidate Joe Biden who son worked for Ukrainian gas firm. Mr Trump denies withholding US military aides to Ukraine as leverage in a bid to smear his political rival. Mr Biden the trump Ukraine phone call is part of a whistle blowers complaint reacting to the controversy this morning the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Mr Trump said it was the single greatest witch hunt in American history the Democratic leader of the House of Representatives Speaking Nancy Pelosi through her weight behind the official impeachment inquiry a House vote to impeach the president for high crimes and misdemeanors under the US Constitution could trigger a trial in the Senate on whether to remove Mr Trump. I'm from office. Mr Trump had promised that a complete fully declassified an unredacted transcript of the July twenty fifth call would be released aced but the details disclosed by the White House this morning would notes of the conversation taken by US officials listened in the July coal occurred days days off to Mr Trump directed the government to withhold around four hundred million dollars in military aid to Ukraine but there is no discussion of that money in in the memorandum released by the White House according to the notes Mr Trump mentions to Mr Zilenski how Joe Biden as US vice president lobbied Ukraine in in two thousand sixteen to fire its top prosecutes have victims shokhin during the coal the US president also asked Mr Zielinski to work with US Attorney Attorney General William Bar and Mr Trump's personal lawyer Rudolph Giuliani to look into the matter according to the notes the president's word set set the parameters of the political debate to come with Democrats saying that it laid the predicate for an impeachment inquiry and trump dismissing it as a nothing coal yet the rough transcript clearly shows trump's willingness to engage a foreign leader on matters directly related to his reelection prospects British lawmakers returned to the House of Commons today venting their pent up anger over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's failed attempt to suspend parliament and warning democracy itself is under threat from the government senior officials in Johnson's Johnson government sparred with lawmakers of all parties on their first day back after Britain Supreme Court decision declared that the prime minister's move to suspend the body for five life weeks was illegal because it thwarted debate over Brexit Johnson plans to address parliament later in the day after returning in haste from the UN General Assembly in New York Johnson remains on a collision course with parliament over his determination to pull Britain out of the European Union on the thirty first of October with or without a withdrawal agreement parliament has passed a law requiring him to seek a brexit extension. If there is no deal but Johnson said he won't and do that under any circumstances this despite a unanimous ruling from all eleven supreme court judges it is in more hot water than ever before and so we an expert United Nations climate the panel warned in a grim new report today sea levels are rising at an ever faster rate as ice and snow shrink and oceans getting more acidic and losing oxygen the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said in the report issued as world leaders met at the UN the agency warned that if steps aren't taken and to reduce emissions and slow global warming sees will rise three feet by the end of the century with many few fish less snow and ice stronger and wetter hearkens and other nasty weather systems the dire effects will be felt on both land and sea harming people plants animal foods societies strategies infrastructure and the global economy in fact the international team of scientists projected for the first time that some island nations. I will probably become uninhabitable. The oceans absorbed more than ninety percent of the excess heat from carbon pollution in the air as well as much of the carbon dioxide excite itself snow and ice called the crests via also being eroded You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP. Ask Your Smart Speaker or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill they follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
Suspending the UK Parliament ruled unlawful.
"Coming up on the news suspending the UK K. Parliament was unlawful judges rule democratic calls for trump impeachment grow and US diets still too heavy on foods the contribute to heart disease. It's Tuesday September September twenty four. I'm Anthony Davis Morris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was unlawful. The Supreme Court has ruled Mister Johnson suspended or Perot GT parliament for five weeks earlier this month but judges said it was wrong to stop. MP's carrying out duties in the run-up to Brexit on the thirty first of October Supreme Court President Lady Hale said the effect effect on the fundamentals of democracy was extreme the PM said he profoundly disagreed with the ruling but would respect it a raft of MP's. He's have now called for the prime minister to resign and some say they will attempts to four seamounts if he does not go of his own accord during a speech in New York today hey the PM said he refused to be deterred from getting on with an exciting and dynamic domestic agenda and to do that he would need a queen speech the court ruling does not prevent him from Perogie again in order to hold one as long as it does not stop parliament carrying out its duties without reasonable justification lady. Hale emphasized in the ruling that the case was not about when and on what terms the UK left the EU it was about the decision to suspend parliament she said the unanimous decision of the eleven judges meant parliament effectively not been pirogues the decision was now and of no effect speaker of the Commons Kalman's John Berko said MP's needed to return in light of the explicit judgement and he had instructed the House of Commons authorities to prepare for the resumption Russian of business on Wednesday Democratic calls to impeach President Donald Trump gathering pace after demerged he withheld aides to Ukraine pressing it to investigate his would-be White House challenger Joe Biden the House Awesome Representatives Democratic Leader Speaking Nancy Pelosi is meeting with party members today to consider impeachment. Mr Trump has acknowledged freezing the AIDS aides to Ukraine but denied wrongdoing only to US presidents have ever been impeached at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City city today. Mr Trump said he only froze military aides to Ukraine because he wanted European countries to contribute money to the Republican president president also acknowledged pressuring newly elected Ukrainian President Vladimir Leninsky during a phone call on July twenty fifth to investigate. US Democratic critic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Mr Trump's remarks came after US media reported the days before his phone call with Mr Zielinski. Mr Trump instructed he's acting chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to withhold nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid for Ukraine congressional. Democrats the demanding a transcript of the trump seleny phone call which the White House has declines to release today speaking Nancy Pelosi the most powerful elected Democrat. He's holding a closed-door meeting with House members to consider impeaching Mr Trump. Mrs Pelosi has so far resisted calls among her liberal rank and file to remove if the Republican president from office last night's. The Washington Post published an all paid by seven Freshman Democrats all with backgrounds in the US military and intelligence agencies who said the stunning accusations against Mr Trump amounted to a national security threat Americans diets are a little less sweet and a little crunchy but there's still too much sugar white bread an artery reclogging fat. A study suggests overall the authors estimated that was a modest improvement over sixteen years on the government's healthy. Eating index from estimated did scores of fifty six to fifty eight. That's hardly cause for celebration. A hundred is the top score. Diets is still too heavy on foods that can contribute tribute to heart disease diabetes obesity and other prevalent. US Health Problems said CO author Fang Fang Zang a nutrition researcher at Tufts University University near Boston. The study was published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The results are from an analysis of US government health surveys from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand sixteen involving nearly forty four thousand adults researches think fewer sweetened fizzy drinks contributed to the decline Kline but Zang noted added sugars are often found in foods that don't even seem sweet including some yogurts and tomato sauce fruits nuts oatmeal and other whole grains are among the type of foods adults eight slightly more of still each of those contributed to less than five percent end of daily calories in two thousand sixteen the study found during the study years. US diabetes rates almost doubled to more than seven percent obesity rates increased during many of those years with about seventy percents of US adults. 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Ukrainian president's party seeks majority in new parliament
"T. welcome to weekend from the BBC world service on pole Henley and we begin with the fact that three months ago a comedian and satirist one the Ukrainian presidential elections by a landslide hello to me is a Lansky's victory might have upended the political establishment but a lack of support for him in parliament as mentees been unable to enact his agenda or point cabinet ministers to overcome this obstacle he dissolved parliament and brought elections forward to several months to today well joining me from K. F. is the BBC's Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg hello Steve how significant would you say this election was good morning full I think it is very significant because you say Mr zein ski scored a major victory three months ago a completely new face in Ukrainian politics winning the presidency but in Ukraine the parliament's has a lot of power much more about when you compare it to say the Russian parliament in neighboring Russia and so missed as it is he says he wants to push through a whole stream of reforms he wants to shake up Ukrainian politics in one of him to do that he needs the support of parliament that is why he decided to dissolve the previous brought up Ukrainian parliament that's why we having a snap election today so it's important for him that his party servant of the people does well in this election and leading up to the pole opinion polls in Ukraine suggested it will do very well indeed and what is his agenda what reforms does he want to push through he once he says he wants to reform all sexes in Ukraine he says he wants to fight corruption he says he wants to limit the powers of the big tycoons of the oligarchs some people say the not quite sure what he stands for what he's party stands for but he's he claims he does want to carry out a major a major reform program in this country and he's hoping the servant of the people will get a majority in parliament if that happens that will be the first time that one party has got a majority in the Ukrainian parliament since nineteen ninety one Ukraine the west of Ukraine anyway tends to lean towards Europe and the European Union do you think Brussels sees Mister Zielinski as a as a friend or is it too early to say I think it's it's a little too early to say I think Brussels is hoping that early signals from the new president from his party suggest that so he does want to continue to take that Ukraine in the direction of the west in the direction of the European Union support for NATO membership has grown in Ukraine in recent years but it has to be said that the election this election is not taking place in all parts of Ukraine today because there we know voting in Crimea a peninsula that Russia annexed back in twenty fourteen I know voting news polling stations opened in parts of the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine which is controlled by separatists who backed by Russia and that means that although the Ukrainian parliament should have four hundred fifty MP said it they'll only be four hundred and twenty four Steve Rosenberg in Kiev many thanks you with the BBC world service on pole Henley this is we
Ukraine president's party leads ahead of parliamentary vote
"In April laniers Alinsky swept victory in Ukraine's presidential election it was a curious case of life imitating art misters Alinsky was the comedic star of show called Servant of the people I mean which depicted a regular guy swept into the presidency with a message of change once in power misters Alinsky wasted no time guy over what's going on in his inaugural speech. He said he would dissolve parliament and hold early elections. The vote will take place on Sunday on the ballot. This time is Mr Zielinski. Namesake Servant of the People party polls suggest it'll make a strong showing he needs it too if he's going to make good on his promises to Ukrainians frustrated with the old guard some of that old guard must be voted out of parliament in the Ukrainian system. The president has limited powers. I Know Snyder covers Ukraine economist most of the governing hours belong to parliament and government formed. I coalition in parliament so despite his victory presidents Alinsky has had pretty limited room for maneuver. He's been saddled with essentially okay the par Shankar government his efforts to make progress in terms of lawmaking have been stifled and so he's been restricted to sort of symbolic steps and I think he wants to take the real lovers of power but I mean can he what what sort of political influence dizzy hat I mean I I understand. He's a good sort of figure for people to focus on but do you think he can gather the political will he needs so if the polls are it'd be believed his party serving of the people is polling somewhere between forty and fifty percent some even in thinking might be able to gather pure majority regardless of whether they crossed the fifty percent threshold or not hill likely have the largest block in parliament and the dominant position in whichever coalition he chooses to form and in part it is a reflection of what people have seen in him so far he's made a series of sort of symbolic steps things like canceling a military parade and instead paying bonuses to servicemembers reducing the number of the presidential staff announcing plans as he had promised during the campaign to move the presidential administration from its old imposing Soviet headquarters. These are things that have signaled to voters that he's serious about change and so far Ukrainians are choosing to believe but I mean the single biggest thing they went to believe is that undue influence on the government by all the guards and the like will go away I mean does he presented credible chance of that exactly and this is the rub as always in Ukraine where the political system is under the grip of oligarchs. Mr Lansky has faced questions about his ties to one oligarchy in particular eager Colombo ski who was the owner of the T._v.. Channel on which Mr Leonides comedy shows ran in recent years when you take a look at the list of candidates for his party it seems to be a real l. sort of grab bag of genuine young reformers and political novices looking to make a mark for the first time old friends and associates from his previous life as an actor and folks with some questionable ties including two oligarchs so the parliamentary list is in some ways manifestation of Lewinsky's desire to be everything to everyone and the question will be if Mr Zelinski does manage to gather a parliamentary coalition and form government. What kinds of laws will start to push firsthand? How directly will he challenged the oligarchy interests? It's still largely controlled Ukraine. So what exactly is he planning to do to address those concerns. His policy platform has been quite heavy on things like introducing more what he calls snug avoided avoided direct democracy decentralizing if you will more power to the people removing immunity from deputies M._p.'s parliament so some somewhat populist moves like that the question of sort of economic policies policies a bit fuzzier. He's promised to continue with the steps required under an i._M._F.. Loan program it's helping to prop up Ukraine's economy even to this day. He's promised to pursue tough anti corruption measures but his legislative agenda. We'll really come into focus. Once parliament forums it is a bit of a smorgasbord something for everyone and it seems to be working as intellectual strategy well working at least as the polls are concerned anyway. What do you think he intends to do regarding relations? Into Russia and the conflict in eastern Ukraine this is another obviously major if not the major issue for Lansky and for his presidency he's taken a different approach in certain important ways to par Shaneco are Sankoh pursuit of very a outright ethno nationalist even approach to the conflict Zilenski has been more willing to talk about and pursue building ties with the people not necessarily the leadership of but the people stuck in the Russian controlled controlled separatist territories in eastern Ukraine. He's been more flexible about the use of language switching freely between Russian and Ukrainian Russian being spoken more commonly in the east of the country and he's already engaged in some direct diplomacy even with Putin himself. There's a potential prisoner exchange in the works and that would be certainly a signal of positive movement and perhaps assign that the two leaders are engaged in a more constructive dialogue than in the past but at the same time Lansky will have to fight off horses domestically who will accuse him of being too nice as it were to folks in the east of getting to engaged with Putin and that will present challenge for him going forward and so all told what chances do you give him move overturning public opinion of reading the government of undue influence of stabilizing the economy of normalizing relations with Russia. What what odds do you give success in terms of the symbolism? He's already had some big successes his figure his person in in and of itself represents a new Ukraine a post Soviet generation or generation that didn't make its name and it's money in the murky division of assets after the fall of the Soviet Union the Ukrainian populace at large already beginning to have a more rosy outlook about the future about the direction of the country the downside is that if he can't fill that shiny new form with the content of governance that could be real disillusionment and he'll be up against deeply entrenched interests and forces throughout out the bureaucracy throughout the economy throughout the state know how to run this system and how to work this system much better than the former comedian turned resident.
Council Of Europe, Ukraine And Kiev discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The council of Europe has backed Russia's return to the body, five years after Mosca had its voting rights suspended over the illegal annexation of the Crimean peninsula. The accordion delegation has walked out in protest the council of Europe, which is not linked to the EU is Europe's oldest political body and aims to uphold human rights democracy and the rule of law across the continent will joining us from Kiev is the journalist Christopher Miller. And in the studio, we have Clinton peel associate fellow for the year at pergram at Chatham House Clinton. If you could just explain the background for us Russia. Lost its voting rights, but it was still part of the forty seven member organization. Yes, it was suspended in twenty fourteen further takeover of Crimea, suspended for two years, and then suspended itself, if you like they wouldn't come back and finally, they said they weren't going to pay any of their budget us. They actually a supposed to be about. Ten percent of the cost of the council of Europe said they would do to be suspended if they hadn't been readmitted, and that is what the votes on Tuesday, moaning Krakatoa on was all about was, whether they would be actually rehabilited it still not totally resolved. They've, there's a lot of objections to this decision. But the truth is the council of Europe is split, very badly, two to one voted for Russia, come back in, but the third that didn't, which is overwhelmingly former eastern European countries the very angry about this. Christopher what's the view from Kiev on the council of Europe? Frustration anger. The general public here really is up in arms. They've, they've called the council of Europe. I in response to this decision shameful if they've, they've called it a stock and says, and said that, you know, it's turned away from from respecting in working to uphold human rights. They've also responded on social media with memes suggesting that Russia was able to buy or bribe it's way back into the council. You know, a common refrain that I'm seeing on social media and hearing from from those who I met with an spoke to yesterday about this. It was, you know, why, why allow Russia back into the council when it was booted from the council. I four for annexing Crimea and an invading in eastern Ukraine, and it is not given back these these two pieces of Ukrainian land. Right, Ukrainians will also point to the fact that it continues to fuel the conflict in eastern Ukraine, and no recently just last year attacked Ukrainian navy ships captured twenty four servicemen which are still being held in Russia. Not to mention the nerve agent attack in the UK. You know, people in, in, in Kiev also like the point to the, the coup plot in Montenegro and Russian interference in US in you elections. And you know, they're, they're extremely angry. And we we saw somewhat measured Riyadh. Action from president Zielinski yesterday who said that he was disappointed in the move in that he had tried to convince German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Emmanuel Macron during his meetings with them last week in the French and German capital's. But ultimately was was not able to do so.
President, Ukraine And Lucian Kim discussed on Anthony Valadez
"It's not official yet. But exit polls show Ukrainians appear to have elected a new president a TV comedian with no political experience and the incumbent is accepting defeat. If here's Lucian Kim has more listen, our after the polls closed Ukrainian president petro partial has conceded defeat exit polls show his challenger Volodymir Zielinski winning a landslide with more than seventy percent of the vote Zilinskiene a comedian. With no previous political experience unless you count his hit TV show in which he plays a high school teacher who by twist of fate became Ukraine's president so linski has won because of frustration among Ukrainians with the status quo Zilenski is most pressing tasks will be trying to end five year conflict with Russia in eastern Ukraine as well as rebooting a reform program, including the fight against corruption and raising living
What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?
"Floods. Alinsky a TV comedy actor pays to be on coast. Unseat president petro Porsche Schenker in the second round of Ukraine's presidential elections this weekend Casey Martin discusses how he got there. And what kind of president he would make Roman audio audiology. Glue. We've just had a clip from a campaign video of Mr. landscape taking selfish with his team what kind of character does he play on TV, and how did he go from acting into politics? Let me start off by saying that Mr. Zielinski is a very funny and talented comedian who strikes the basic emotional courts with average Ukrainians, and I think it's very important to put this into context the country is into a six year of war in far eastern regions where Russian backed separatists, and it's gone through a lot of economic pain during these past years and his performances, including his comedy performances where he mocks politicians is sort of escape a release for the population. That has a lot of anger on various issues from lingering corruption to the economic pain. They're feeling in his popular TV series called servants of the people where he plays a honest schoolteacher who becomes president unexpectedly. He plays a. Character who combat's the oligarchy, it's a very popular widely watched TV show in the country, and it presents sort of the ideal president that the people would like to see in contrast. The current president who has a patchy reform record is an oligarchy himself and in the TV series of until the people. There are episodes, for example, where Mr. Dolinsky playing the role of this on a schoolteacher walks into parliament and imagine himself with automatic guns shooting in killing all the politicians in such scenes are scenes that many Ukrainians who are fed up with corruption. I'm sure would like to see perhaps maybe not in real life. But they would like to see someone who comes into power that really changes the way the system here works. I mean, he's clearly struck a code. But how did he make that transition into real politics in real life? He hasn't made a transition to a sort of a conventional Ukrainian politician Ukrainian still to this day. See him as the character in the TV show. They haven't really seen the real Mr. Lansky in neither have Ukraine's western backers nor even journalists because he hasn't really given a lot of face to face interviews. In depth interviews. He hasn't appeared on the streets doing traditional campaign rallies. And so you cranium seeing him often what they want to see is sort of character, who is honest who is just an average person who is fed up with the system in wants to change it, and that's really the unorthodox campaign that he's run his campaign is focused largely on two fronts mobilizing the youth. Electorate the young generation who see him as one of their own and he targeted them specifically through social media. Meanwhile, we have the television series, which a lot of elderly Ukrainians watch. Is he young and south Hello to say he's forty one years of age. So he basically grew up in independent Ukraine and is not Butte as the same as the current political stablishment. Who are all Soviet born and developed this people partially in the Soviet Union. And during the crony nineteen ninety s where a handful of individuals, amass massive amounts of wealth. So he's viewed as this anti-establishment figure by population which desperately wants big changes and a change from the current establishment with fresh faces. Recent polls have shown that sixty or perhaps more percentage of the population. Want a new face as president and new faces in parliaments a complete overhaul politically service really isn't extraordinary situation, a new sort of campaign, but what his policies how do they differ from his opponent? Petra parish Anka, you're right. It's a very surreal situation in many respects, and it's just astonishing. How popular he's become in a very short period of time since declaring his bid for the presidency on New Year's Eve, which was just several months ago. But in reality, we don't really. We know who he really is in what kind of policies he would bring in how different they would be from portion goes because he has been very short on detail. He is avoided as I've said in depth interviews on foreign policy domestic policy giving very general statements in many ways, the general statements that he's given since a group of several former fficials had joined him as advisors have been along the lines of the current objectively that Ukraine is going on in terms of foreign and domestic policy, which means sticking with the IMF program and with the western-backed support, countering Russian its aggression. So what are the achievements and shortcomings of Mr. putter Shankar as president has he done thing to tackle the corruption that seems to be the biggest concern in seems to be fueling so much enthusiasm for Mr. landscape. Let's remember that Mr. Persian go took power when he was elected with fifty four percent mandate. Just a couple of months after the my Don revolution sent a pro Russian president. Fleeing to Russia and Russia at that time after the revolution. Swiftly annexed Crimea and fomented a war in the far eastern regions of the country since taking over Persian go has rebuilt the army, which was caught flat-footed in the early days of the war under his leadership. That government has achieved. A macro economic stability creating the foundations for a healthier economy across the board. There have been significant reforms in removing the room for corruption in rent-seeking in various sectors of economy, including bringing market level prices to utilities and independence to the central Bank. However, the major shortcoming of Mr. partial go, his political achilles heel has been his foot-dragging on reforms that are needed to punish corruption in forming. A functioning court system to give a little bit of context the court systems in this country. Have traditionally been used by presidents and other top officials as a form of leverage over other politicians. They have not been independent. So it sounds like fuse. Yeltsin for his campaign is rather low for Mr. portion goes, yes, it's been rather low. However, he has made a remarkable comeback though. His chances of reelection seem distant his poll numbers about a year ago were in single digits in the first round of elections on March thirty first he came in second behind Mr. Zilenski, he mustered about thirteen percent support that is a significant increase from the single digit numbers that he had prior to that said gang back to MRs van ski his career has been backed by another oligarchy lives in exile. But owns the TV channel that screens his shows. Tell us about eager Cowboys we ski and why he had to leave Ukraine. Yes eager. Komo's ski is. A very interesting character we had to find out your times interviewed him a couple years back. He was camera shy for many decades, but came out into the open of Ukrainian politics after Russia annexed Crimea. He accepted the job as governor of a region that borders the Br. Takeaway regions in eastern Ukraine that Russian-backed forces in separatists took control over he played a big role in repelling further incursions into the country, and we interviewed him shortly after that and found him to be in some ways of very candid figure, but impulsive and obsessive in clearly one who seeks influence, and he had a big grudge against portion cone, those days what we've seen is that Mr Hallam Whiskas channels have been giving a great amount of airtime to misters Alinsky and his TV series in particular, and this has increased support for misters Alinsky. We also see. There are reports that lawyers that we met in the presence of Mr. Colin Moise are playing a sort of backroom role in advising, Mr. linski. There are reports that bodyguards of Mr. cola Moise have been hired by mister is Alinsky to protect him and other evidence of links. So there is a lot of concern that Mr. linski could be a puppet of Mr. cola Moise as Mr Puerta shaneco claim. Tmz Mr. Zielinski, however has denied this and promises that don't be no special treatment for Mr. cola Moise, who by the way promises to return to Ukraine from Israel where he's in exile, currently after the elections. So he may have some practical backing from Khulumani scape. But if we'd have situation where for example, he wins what sort of policy input. Does he have what kind of backing does he have in that sense much of what we know about Mr. Alinsky is potential policies going forward? Come from a group of former government ministers in officials that have become his advisors. They include the respected former foreign minister of Ukraine Oleksandr done. Luke who was a key official in relations with the IMF. And a former economy minister deliver wanian born Ibarra Abramova choose those two along with another individual who's advising him are saying that the policies will be consistent with the IMF program. And that Ukraine will remain on a pro. Western course, however. What really will happen under his presidency remains a bit of a question because he has not formally announced who will be members of his team who will hold what positions in the government and doubts are big. Because in some of the first comments that misters Alinsky gave to the media after announcing his campaign. He said a lot of things that raised eyebrows. For example, he described IMF loans as to expensive when they are actually some of the cheapest sources of financing that Ukraine can get nowadays. So what's at stake here for Ukraine? Why did he's elections matter? There's an awful lot at stake here for Ukraine Ukraine is on the front lines of Russia's broader war with the west which started in two thousand fourteen with the annexation of Crimea. There's also an awful lot of steak for the west here unpredictable leadership in Ukraine unclear governing could complicate Ukraine's relations with western backers including the multibillion dollar loans that are needed from the IMF their key to propping up this country as it faces. P conformed debt payments this next year. So there's a lot at stake for bondholders in Ukrainian debt, for example, questions about Ukraine's leadership under misters Alinsky. And no one knows very much what to expect for him could also test the transatlantic unity behind Ukraine and Russia sanctions over Moscow's, continued aggression in Ukraine, a vacuum of power in Ukraine, should it occur under his Alinsky leadership or more infighting could also lead to instability that could make the country more vulnerable to further Russian aggression. And let's remember that Russia really seize the moment, tactically annexing, Crimea and formenting a war in eastern regions in the post revolution period of Ukraine in two thousand fourteen when there was no strong vertical of power. So high stakes in a very unpredictable situation. Remers thanks very much. Thank you.
Subtropical Storm Alberto threatens Florida, Gulf Coast with hazardous storm surge, flooding
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