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Fresh update on "australia" discussed on BBC Newsday

BBC Newsday

00:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "australia" discussed on BBC Newsday

"According to tally genetics takes 40% of that responsibility and the rest comes down to nurture And that's the feedback you get from employing different strategies as you grow up And that's going to come from your family that's going to come from your Friends That's going to come from the society you live in Now at the start of the show Hannah you said one of the reasons you wrote in was because you notice the difference between living in Germany and living in the U.S. so could where you grow up be a factor I've lined up Jeannie si an expert in culture and emotion for us both to talk to There was about ten years ago this lung review looking at all the studies that had looked at national differences in overall levels of optimism And what they found was that there were these consistent cultural differences in overall levels of optimism so that in cultures that were more individualistic like Australia and Canada and of course here in the United States The overall levels of optimism were higher than in less individualistic cultures like Hong Kong and Japan They also found that there were differences in terms of nations valued more mastery or control So again in countries like the United States where there's a lot of value placed on having control over your circumstances their optimism levels were higher too Okay Well at this point I want to bring listener Hannah inn Hannah you've lived in the U.S. and in Germany Can you share your experiences of both from a standpoint of optimism How much is there in both Well I think the stereotypical perceptions of Germans is that we're quite pessimistic and that kind of tends to come across as being a bit of a Debbie downer at times When in actuality Germans just tend to be out planners for all eventual negative eventualities as well So that's kind of us being pessimistic but actually being cautious as opposed to for example what I've noticed in America that a lot of people tend to be hyper optimistic I've always admired how Americans tend to be able to sugarcoat everything especially when giving feedback and that was very motivating And I think one example of the divide between American and German culture is of course the age old classic how are you doing When entering a store or restaurant and in America people obviously tend to expect optimistic and positive reply Whereas a German person would initially be inclined to apply with a more honest and perhaps pessimistic answer I'm wondering what's the best way to be Does Jeannie have an insight on that I think it's really about matching the cultural ideal And if you're in a multicultural society this is where lots of misunderstandings can come in Maybe the misunderstanding you're describing Hannah right Because you're coming from a culture that's more accepting of negative emotion and you think that the negative emotions are going to help you connect with others But if you're interacting with someone let's say an American who values more positivity is avoiding negativity than those negative emotions are having the opposite outcome of what you intend But the problem is most people aren't aware of how culture is shaping the emotions that they value We think of emotions as just inherent to people We don't realize that they're cultural So any kind of conflict that we feel we think it's about us or it's about the other person We don't realize oh this is because we're coming from two different cultural viewpoints But can we change that fit So Hannah when you were in the U.S. did you feel yourself being more optimistic to fit in I just had to restrain myself the entire time Yeah yeah I felt like I couldn't be my true self I think it's really important to adjust to the culture because what we know from our research too is that when a culture values a certain state it means that we're all judging people through those values in our studies we find that European Americans value excitement states more and that means that they perceive people who show these big broad excited smiles as warmer and friendly and more trustworthy and they actually give them more money in our studies They share more resources with them But east Asians like Taiwanese or Hong Kong Chinese don't do that They value calm states more So they actually give more money to people who show calm state So this has consequences for even what kinds of resources you receive So surprise surprise whether you go for positivity overload or cynical realist it depends on what is most valued in your culture And if you don't match the values you could suffer fewer resources from your community and fewer relationships which could impact your health and quality of life Research shows that optimism and pessimism do vary from culture to culture But genius thinks the amount of value placed on optimism and pessimism varies more Most of psychological research has been conducted on what we call weird cultures western educated industrial rich and democratic societies And that means that most of our findings are really about those societies And our reflection of what's valued in those societies And so the big question is what are some of these things look like in cultures that value different states that value positivity less genius just dropped a bombshell here We've got all of this research showing that optimism is beneficial But it's mostly being done within very similar societies Western educated industrialized rich and democratic or weird countries I love that acronym So actually this could be more about the need to fit in in your culture and really if we do more studies in cultures that don't value optimism as highly maybe we'll see something very different So we need more research.

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Fresh update on "australia" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:34 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "australia" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Up by 1% the S&P 500 mini up 8 tenths of 1% in the Dow Jones futures up by about half of 1% were seeing a rebound in crude oil as well up by almost 5% in the Asian session this morning back above $70 a barrel at 71.48 The selling that you're seeing in Asian equities is a little milder than what we saw on the open You've now got the ASX 200 in Sydney down just half of 1% Japan's take a two two 5 is down by less than 1% and the enzyme X 50 is of 8 tenths of 1% while South Korea's Cosby is down around half of 1% We're also seeing the yen wiccan and the dolet gage fairly steady while the currency of South Africa where the variant was identified has risen by as much as 1% against the greenback we're also seeing bonds in both Australia and New Zealand climb the yield on Australia's two year down by three and a half basis points Mark cardinal for my MI blog though says there are month and dynamics and a bunch of scheduled risk events including the OPEC plus meeting and on farm payrolls that could curtail enthusiasm towards adding markets exposure so.

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Fresh update on "australia" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

02:40 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "australia" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"We are still seeing nervousness in these markets Brian We are but I think the news the change is that the mood is much better We're seeing a real pullback on the fear that rack markets on Friday I don't want to overstate it but we do have S&P E minis trading up 7 tenths of a percent We do have nikkei futures that have really bounced off some very low levels The ASX 200 is down but it's only down two thirds of a percent and you have to say over the weekend there were fears that this would be much different So what has changed Well not all that much is just that we heard that symptoms have been mild so far according to COVID-19 advisers to the South African government and Moderna said that a reformulated shot could be available early next year if it's needed will tell you more about that in just a moment And currency stabilized this morning and people bought the ran They came in and drove the Rand up about almost 1% against the U.S. dollar So again I don't want to understate it could just be a dead cat bounce It's also obviously you will learn more about this new variant on the cries As time goes on So let's run through some of the numbers China futures down about two tenths of 1% Hanging into futures down 1.2% Again the cash market in Australia is down but only 6 tenths of a percent now And we see dalien one 1374 so as a haven you know the yen was very much in demand on Friday and we've seen it give back a little Yield on the ten year treasury 1.52% and WTI had a big bounce four and a half percent this morning 71 30 and a huge bounce for Bitcoin up over $1170 per coin The latest rate 57,000 500 or thereabouts Juliet to you Let's get more about the on the cron variant Moderna saying that the new coronavirus variant may allude current vaccines and if so a vaccine against it could be ready by early next year This according to Paul Burton Moderna's chief medical officer and he was heard on BBC's Andrew marcho We should know about the ability of the current vaccine to provide protection in the next couple of weeks But the remarkable thing about the mRNA vaccine to Moderna platform is that we can move very fast Moderna mobilized hundreds of staff early on Thursday Thanksgiving Day in the United States after news of the omicron omicron variant spread and Burton said that protection from the current vaccine should still exist that depends on how long ago a person was vaccinated Let's take a closer look at oil We mentioned that WTI had bound to four and a half percent or so a little more than that now up to 71 39 a barrel and Brent is trading now up 3.8% Oil had taken a real tumble on Friday down 13% the most in a year and that was of course triggered by the emergence of this new omicron variant So its rising again this morning In the meantime OPEC and allies are increasingly inclined to ditch their plans to raise output next week Bloomberg susannah Palmer takes a look We're hearing from delegates who don't want to be identified that the 23 nation alliance led by Saudi Arabia is leading toward abandoning a plan for a modest production hike set for January Its next meeting is this Wednesday and Thursday The group was already considering a pause after the U.S. and other consumers announced the release of emergency oil stockpiles last Monday The group now worries that the emergence of the omicron coronavirus variant could mean renewed shutdowns and travel restrictions Susanna Palmer Bloomberg daybreak Asia All right it's coming up to 5 minutes past the hour time for global.

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Australian Open chief to Djokovic: no vaccine proof, no play

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Australian Open chief to Djokovic: no vaccine proof, no play

"The head of the Australian Open has said any people who are fully vaccinated can attend the twenty twenty to twenty mins including all the pay is the new condition the football back in know that to commit to schools nine time champion Djokovic who has refused to say if he's not connected will be attempting to win a record twenty first grand slam singles titles the tournament is scheduled for January the seventeenth to the thirtieth yes trading name who will become the first grand slam tournaments requirement to treat cabinet nineteen vaccines for the play is Victoria with the tournaments will take place has been the hardest hit states in Australia it is the number one thousand two hundred pandemic death out of the country's total of one thousand nine hundred and twenty two deaths I'm Karen Thomas

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Craft brewer Bell's Brewery sold to Australia's Lion

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Craft brewer Bell's Brewery sold to Australia's Lion

"The US beer industry has one less independent brewer bell's brewery is being acquired by a Straily in brewer lion a subsidiary of Japan's Kirin group line will join the Michigan based brewery with Colorado based new Belgium brewing which it acquired in twenty nineteen together the companies vault to the top of the U. S. craft beer market in off premise that's non restaurant sales volumes edging out competitors like Sierra Nevada and Blue Moon the move comes amid declining U. S. beer sales says young drinkers flock to seltzer is another options the brewers association a trade group for craft brewers says overall beer sales in the U. S. fell three percent last year well craft beer sales plummeted nine percent I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Australia's leader banks on tech to fix climate

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Latest: Australia's leader banks on tech to fix climate

"World leaders turned up the heat it resorted to end of the world rhetoric at the climate talks in an attempt to bring new urgency to sputtering international climate negotiations the speeches in Scotland were dark time has quite literally run out and dire the tragedy is this is not a movie the doomsday device is real but Rachel Cletus who's with the union of concerned scientists says it's time for action I think it was pretty clear that there's a general recognition that we are in a climate crisis there's no mincing words here we waited too long to act and many devastating impact already playing out around the world and Cletus cold at the moment of global reckoning this is really bad major signing up with very strong signal that the stock fell on Tuesday at odds with what the sign shows we need to do I Shelley Adler

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Biden tells Macron the handling of French submarine contract was "clumsy"

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Biden tells Macron the handling of French submarine contract was "clumsy"

"On his first full day in Europe president Biden's been working to patch up things with America's oldest ally France was furious last month when the U. S. and Britain worked out a secret submarine deal with Australia leaving Paris in the lurch and complaining about being misled what happened was to use a phrase for meeting in Rome the president did not apologize to French leader Emmanuel McCrone but conceded the deal was not done with a lot of grace saying he thought France had been told about it McCrone says they clarified what needed to be clarified what really matters now is

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Cavallo comes out in a big statement before A-League season

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Cavallo comes out in a big statement before A-League season

"A star on Australia's Adelaide United did something rare in soccer or in men's sports around the world I'm just calling I'm a football and I'm proud to be gay his team released a video of the twenty one year old camallo says he felt the need to hide himself until now tied trying to perform at the best of your ability and to leave this double life go follow said he was worried people would treat him differently once they knew he was gay the response and support I have received is an immense at starting to make me think that why have I been hi this bid into sidelong is coach Carl beard praised Cavallo for his courage hopefully that happens the more doors for more pies and and more people that have gone through the same struggles is Josh camallo season in Australia kicks off next month I bet Donahue

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United States issues its 1st passport with 'X' gender marker

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

United States issues its 1st passport with 'X' gender marker

"A new passport marks a milestone and how the U. S. recognizes the rights of people who do not identify as male or female for the first time the state department has issued a passport with an X. gender description it will not say who received a passport but that the option will be more broadly available next year America special diplomatic envoy for LGBT Q. rights calls them historic moves saying a person can live with more dignity and respect whether identity documents reflect their true identity Australia and Canada are among other nations that led citizens designated gender other than male or female on passports Sager mag ani Washington

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The Threat of China Invading Taiwan Is Growing Every Day

The Dan Bongino Show

02:23 min | Last month

The Threat of China Invading Taiwan Is Growing Every Day

"Is from The Wall Street Journal today about what's happening in China and Taiwan They are threatening Taiwan They have been flying fighter jets over Taiwan and the potential for an invasion of Taiwan is real You doubt me I'll get to that in a second Don't take my word for it Take military leaders responsible for the reason their word for it I'll get to that in a second But here's another reason an invasion of Taiwan could happen And why I'm worried about their handling of a deadly virus in a BSL two laboratory Xi Jinping's two track foreign policy an article by The Wall Street Journal by Walter Russell mead He says the answer to a potential to the potential Chinese invasion why they may do why they're being so aggressive He says that it's everything to do with politics at home China's facing disruptive conditions As the giant property developer ever grant you heard about that on my show early in the week stumbles towards collapse crackdowns on tech and other businesses have wiped out more than a trillion asset values and made businesses jittery about the Communist Party's next move They're getting desperate folks Here it goes on the piece At the same time a massive energy crisis is imposed widespread blackouts across much of China While the more transmissible delta variant presents the Chinese method of pandemic control with its harshest test yet desperate people do desperate things The Chinese Communist Party is littered with totalitarianism That's what communism and socialism is It embraces the totalitarian ethos It's tyrannical by nature It involves control and subjugation These people get desperate If they feel like they're losing control because the Chinese property markets collapsing people's money invested in its collapsing The population gets restless Delta starts spreading And then they're in the middle of a massive energy crisis whether ironically after talking all that junk about Australia they're going to need Australian coal just to keep their country's lights on If you start to see mass blackouts in China have you not asked yourself policymakers in D.C. who are worried about men and the women's bathroom Have you not asked yourself my gosh what could they do next when the going gets tough The tough don't get go and the tough get invading Taiwan over in over in China

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If Masks Work, Why Aren't They Working?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | Last month

If Masks Work, Why Aren't They Working?

"Australia has ironically turned into a prison colony They want that here in the United States Listen to the Carrie chant from New South Wales in Australia explain how the mask who she can't produce a shred of evidence will do anything to stop the coronavirus pandemic I give you the golden rule the money ball rule right He's a good hit or why doesn't he hit good When you apply the money ball rule to masks Notice how liberals they sit there and they start to foam at the mouth and scream when you ask them basic questions like if masks work why are mass working anywhere Why we've gone through billions of masks billions of masks and yet nothing's changing Why is that If master so effective why is nothing changing But listen to Kerry Chan from Australia explain This will be coming here soon How listen you may be wearing masks inside for a really long time not just now because they love the visual symbol of fear Play that cut Your level of restrictions what you permit it may be that we actually have indoor mask wearing So yes and this virus may throw us curveballs There may be you know we've got the delta variant but help us if we have another variant If you listen to the podcast earlier producer Joe caught on to something in that clip I didn't know the delta variant gave you curve balls I don't know what curveballs are I mean I know what a

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Australian town overwhelmed by response to free land offer

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Australian town overwhelmed by response to free land offer

"An Israeli an outback town has been offering potential new residents a chance of Freeland's two weeks in the hundreds have already jumped at the chance the rule town of Quilpie made the offer in the hope of attracting new families to the area the town's chief executive Justin Hancock said the response exceeded expectations receive you know well I would probably two hundred fifty enquiries now we're still getting that ten to fifteen inquires it dies call came up with the idea of a concert I've become a housing shortage the quantum equipment to the price of a quarter acre of land well you would need to do is buy a block plans to build a house and live in it to six months in quarries came as far away as Britain India Hong Kong and New Zealand's bus home buyers need to be Australian citizens or permanent residents to qualify for the grants property prices have soared across Australia throughout the pens that make a city resident said through outlook temple more spacious homes in smaller towns I'm Karen Thomas

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Eddie Jaku, a Holocaust survivor who led with kindness and tolerance, dies at 101

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Eddie Jaku, a Holocaust survivor who led with kindness and tolerance, dies at 101

"Political survivor eighty J. crew who last year published his best selling memoir the happiest man on earth who's died in Sydney Australia Jewish community leader Dowland Bach describes any J. crew whose one hundred one as a beacon of light and hope for not only our community but the world the Holocaust survivor was born in April nineteen twenty in Germany his parents and many of his wider family did not survive the war Jake who had been sent to and escaped from concentration camps including Buchenwald and Auschwitz where his parents were gassed on arrival J. Koo said in a speech in Sydney in twenty nineteen I do not hate anyone hate is a disease which may destroy your enemy but will also destroy you I'm

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Katie Hopkins Is the Most Banned Woman on the Planet

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:24 min | Last month

Katie Hopkins Is the Most Banned Woman on the Planet

"By name is katie hopkins and for people that say. I have no clue who you are. And that's my favorite kind of person. Isn't it because then you just normal. I am just normal. But i am and i introduced myself as a straight white christian conservative married mother of three children. And i'm proud of all of those things because those things are all the wrong things to be these days and despite never having broken law despite never having owed anyone any money or never having harmed anyone. Apart from my first husband was fine. I am the most banned woman on the planet banned from south africa. Banned from australia. Banned from wales. I don't have a bank account. After trump tweeted. They took my twitter no way. We're i think we're confusing categories. You i think part of what you're saying has to do with the covert madness right. You're not allowed to go to certain countries or something. Is that what we're talking about now. No i'm banned from south africa for reporting on the genocide of white farmers. I spent three months living on white farms in south africa. In any of your burr south african audience which you'll have plenty of most of my audience are bores. Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen. You've been a great audience. We're here down to three

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Garbage May Be Lucrative  Opportunity for Australia Green Push

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Garbage May Be Lucrative Opportunity for Australia Green Push

"Tucker carlson. Last night had a segment on australia. He began by saying americans have this view of australians as rough and tumbled individualists with a great admiration for freedom and veneration of it and that was true about fifty years ago and before that. But i've been to australia many times. He noted very few. Americans have actually been there. But i have been there as i've given lectures. They're often and i remember having dinner with some folks in the upper middle-class may be upper-class. Who would brought me to sidney in that case and i was struck by their willingness to have the government intervene in their lives. They thought it was a good thing. They thought that australia was an advanced society for example by weighing their garbage. I believe that was the issue. And i remember saying you're okay with that and i said look. These are the posts. The people who brought me wasn't going to attack them. But i i did register a dissenting opinion. That's okay with you that the amount of garbage your home produces is wade. And you're fine if you go over the limit that is that has been ascertained for your home.

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Police Violently Clash With Protesters in Australia

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Police Violently Clash With Protesters in Australia

"You seen what's going on in australia with the police. Rioting and people writing with the cops and these horrible violent clashes. they're running around. Hit people over the head who are protesting mashed mandates. The hillary doing. What are you attacking. Eric it'd be a physical confrontation between cops and citizens in australia over masks. I got an idea if you're rolled around on the ground with somebody who's a protester about vaccines and masks. You might get covet dummy. Don't roll around on you moron. Don't hit over the head. Maybe you shouldn't break open their skull. I don't know 'cause maybe covert blood sheep on you officer. Your big dumb jerks do doing fighting with people who are prese peacefully

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Australia Implements Draconian COVID Policies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Australia Implements Draconian COVID Policies

"Just you know. Sydney has been in lockdown in australia. Since june twenty six and melbourne since august fifth the capital territory of con- beira locked down on august twelfth. After one positive test stemming from sydney emerged. Here's just some fast facts on the whole thing. We now have riot. Police firing rubber bullets into lockdown protesters. Rescue dogs are being shot to prevent volunteers. Travelling to collect them. Nighttime curfews have been implemented and one hour of exercise per day is allowed per citizen one hour of exercise per day. You're only allowed to travel five kilometers throughout australia. And the australian army patrolling suburbs to enforce lockdowns including in australia and in sydney they literally have members of the army. Patrolling house by house to make sure lockdowns are being enforced health bureaucrats advising the citizenry not to stop and talk to their neighbors while walking their dog.

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Australia Has Created Apartheid Based on Vaccination Status

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Australia Has Created Apartheid Based on Vaccination Status

"What exactly is going on in australia. Let's play a couple of tapes here. Let's go to eighty two former head of the australia. Department of health recently said now we have to do is figure out how to run our lives but this is the new normal that requires people to change their behavior and go about their lives differently. Play cut eighty-two well is figure out how annella in why that is that you move that kovic safe and that does require changes in behavior of cost people to go business do differently. Cut eighty-three and australian government official earlier. This week said if your business doesn't have employees that are vaccinated or your patrons are now vaccinated you will not be allowed to operate. Only the fully vaccinated will be allowed to partake business activity. Australia has created apartheid. Based on vaccination

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CNN Restricts Access to Facebook Pages in Australia

WSJ What's News

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

CNN Restricts Access to Facebook Pages in Australia

"Cnn says it has restricted user access to some of its facebook pages in australia. It follows a ruling from the country's high court which made news organizations liable for comments on their facebook pages. Cnn appears to be the first major us media organization to take this action. Facebook said it supported the reform of australia's defamation laws and said it provided cnn. With features to manage comments news newscorp. The owner of the wall street journal has a commercial agreement to supply new through

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How Australia Went From a Freedom Loving Country to a Mess

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:41 min | 2 months ago

How Australia Went From a Freedom Loving Country to a Mess

"I always thought that australians were a freedom loving people but apparently not you have one of the most extreme kovic shutdowns of any place in the in the world. Tell our listeners. What's going on there. It's pretty wild for having been supportive of the it craziness. It's been caught. A i mean experienced to say just half. The country has gone badly. Played that national borders march twenty twenty. That's never reopened Saving australian citizens want you return back from the save even if you want to leave the country. They're not allowed to seek permission. Initiatives typically denied so that bicyc- freedom has been gone and then they've got an kidding state border clashes that people congress the border to to see family will take care of business now that he's under a testing right now we have a nine pm to And very excited oldest. So nobody the most lockdown see eating the world quite extraordinary given You know an island nation with this plays into national borders and let up until recently stay preemies or silly zuma they were sick you to eradicates the virus effectively which is just i inside proposition. Position in the niger. Run the virus Sitting on if you want to be part of the water world so leave It's it's been a fairly repealing yet. In my opinion just terrible police. A rate cheating folks in vegas Strict orders people Protest the dance everyone who protests these Very heavily healthy but had the police Very heavy fines. I've lost thousand on but also as he public thing each in the possibly think seizing Pit bull rounds and capsicum spy pippa. Spry They vary heavy handed in in crushing. That this ain't and it's just crazy. Say i never thought. I would say in class out.

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France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:38 min | 2 months ago

France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?

"Me. I to explain not so much what france. He's angry about as why. France is being quite so demonstrative in its anger is agnes poirier author of not saddam the sole of france. So agnes. we don't want to get too bogged down in the details of the diplomatic spat which involves australia. The united states the united kingdom and france. But we want to talk more about the diplomatic spatters. An idea in this program both in theory and in practice. But let's start with france's participation in this particular diplomatic spat a. You surprised that. France is being quite so expressive as it is. I was at first when i first heard about that sim rain contract. I mean i knew it had been signed five years ago. Sign you about it. But it was remote souvenir and so i was quite struck. Yes by the force with which show young who is usually very cow passan. Very cautious minister very appreciated. Actually minister on the right and on the left informs used to be a defense an army ministers now the foreign affairs minister for france saying the morning when he talked about stabbing the bike etc. Everybody thought hang on a minute. There's something to it expire unusual for him and so we looked carefully at the small print and we looked into it and of course as the days passed and the anger was even more palpable. We sort of understood. What was it stake and why the french government was behaving that way

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"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Centrally located easy. Walking distance to town in kangaroo island we use the aurora ozone hotel. This is a lovely property situated right by the beach so you can walk along the beach before or after touring even in the mornings. You might see some dolphins playing in the surf. So that's that's lovely to see over breakfast. In sydney. We use the edina apartment hotel in sydney in darling harbour. I really liked darling harbour as a location. Because it's very close to darling harbour and the attractions of darling harbour. So if you just want a casual walk out. There's lots of cafes. In restaurants the aquarium is right there. The wildlife zoo. There's just there's even easy fund things to go see like mattress owes if you wanted to do that though. Location just to kind of hang out and have some things to do. As was a travel agent affect the pleasure of working with gateway for a client visiting new zealand. We talked a little bit about that affair. Can you talk a little bit about good ways. Approach vacation planning like the co-pilot self-drive kit absolutely so when it comes to preparation we want everyone to be prepared when you travel because preparation is number one. So we'll walk through you walk. Probably one of the best things. Communication is key so when he's looking at booking a trip to australia they would go to their travel agents like yourself wrong talk about your wishlists and what. They're interested in woman together of quotes and itinerary. Some suggestions you and then present them to to your customer and they can say yeah. We like this. We don't like this and this is good but that isn't good and then we will. Were all one team. I think it's really important to be all one team when it comes to planning a vacation. Sure to make that we get it right and then putting together nice fillet generally for us that everybody knows what's happening and then extra little tips will will come along such as the self-drive kit. Where it's it's digital out to help you navigate when you're traveling some extra guides to go along with that we also have our children's kit so if you're traveling with children wake a little fuzzy backpack with some activity. Books to to the the kids act amused but also some fun facts than help. Prepare there's google but we kind of help lead the conversation a little bit. your other. Things that are useful are the attraction passes and the i venture cards so they allow for entry into a lot of the attractions. So that you're not always putting your hand in your pocket to pay for this entry or that entry. So it's just really easy and seamless so that All you need to do is is go and enjoy and a little bit of spontaneity. So i think what the attraction passes in the hop on hop off harbor cruise. They allow for that. So you have. Some pressure was on flexibility. As well said one of the things that i think is key to. Any family vacation is building in some downtime. A lot of people don't do that. They wanna you know they see it as i wanna get the bang for my buck. And i'm you know if we're there. I want to be doing and cnn but building in downtown where you can just kinda either relax by the pool or you never know what

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"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"So that's just a couple of ideas to stephen in the sydney area. One of my most favorite wildlife areas is kangaroo island in south australia and that really is known as the zoo with no fences. Doing i always recommend minimum today. Touring on kangaroo island with the driver and guy because they know gain know that ireland inside and out. It is zoo with no fences so they will find the koalas they find the kangaroos. They will find a wombat their seal bay where you can walk amongst the beach with the seals. Really an amazing experience and yeah. That's just a just a couple of places throughout australia. Wonderful wildlife some fantastic while us lodging so. No you know with a country like australia. You're gonna have your franchise hotels and everything that people are accustomed to. But if you were talking stanley friendly lodging can you give some examples throughout maybe the country of families about one day. I was really wedding that we do that. We recommend when it comes to lodging. Is we use one and two bedroom. Self contained apartments and doubt is a great way to stay as a family. It allows for breakfast in the morning without having to have a big hotel breakfast catch up on some laundry. Laundry have some access and have some extra space for the family for everyone to kind of spread out at the end of the day. So that's really important. Would have on our grazie. Great ozzy outdoors in melbourne. We use the clarion sweets gateway. That's right on. The banks of the yarra valley is easy walking to the river to the downtown area. It's great homebase..

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"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"On my signal. So iran self drive. Holidays are fabulous way to see australia. And it is a large country so if you are looking at self dry it's good to stick to some regional areas opposed to driving around the entire country. Some really popular. Self-driving tanneries go from sydney to melbourne. You'll go into some regional areas. He some beautiful coastal areas melbourne to adelaide along the great ocean road out the coast from sydney up two cans. That should take at least two weeks to do that. Stint and one of my favorite stops on that particular trick is going to fraser island which is the world's largest sand island. We'll do some four wheel. Drives not any rental vehicle on an organized tour really adventurous families. One of the most amazing trips is from adelaide. Up to dr went right through the center of the back. You'll see australia. Bush lands the outback. It will cruise through us. Little town called cooper pd which is where everybody lives underground and you can Noodle for opals right up to crocodile dundee country so driving is great not only doing a car rental but also doing a motorhome is a great option as well just That if you are driving through the outback or any of these areas in australia is really important to provoke your accommodation because there are long distances between towns and leave rebel along a good amount of time to travel. Because they don't have an i ninety five one lane in each direction and if you get caught behind one of those big trucks you can put you hours behind so really well planned out itineraries. Okay and you know. Visiting culture trying to immerse yourself in culture is increasingly popular especially with families these days. It's a family wanting to do that. And kind of get into the culture in the history of australia are some definite sites that you would recommend absolutely and we have some great itineraries in our on our website..

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"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Seventeen years surely traveled extensively internationally and has enjoyed many trips to the south pacific breath business and for pleasure. Heroic vice president allows her to fully embrace her passion for all things south pacific surely. Welcome to the show. Thank you we are glad to have you. So let's talk about australia so for families that are wanting to visit australia. For maybe the first time and their intent on tackling the entire country at one time which is ambitious. I know but what strategy would you suggest may be hub-and-spoke ker going city to city. What's the best strategy to try to tackle the entire country on visit l. k. First of all. I would suggest that they really think about what their interests are. What activities they enjoy and really try to make sure that they incorporate all those things in those activities into their trip so that it can be completely customized to their particular interests in needs and wants so. It's good to say. Oh we want to see this. This this training incorporate those activities interests in so that they can truly make their trip to australia. Really there sure and we talked a little bit beforehand about some of mine that went to see but went to new zealand and they basically entire trip on a visit to the wellington zoo. So it can be any number of things that i would imagine what you said. Make the trip their own absolutely and if you want to try to learn how to serve hood that in and warm will fit it in along the way as far as choosing where to star does depend on how long you have but at minimum what people will always want to do is see the highlight of sydney and of course the great barrier reef so those are two of the main things that they want to see and then from there start Add in the extra activities that they want to see the other areas that they want to see once they tell us the areas that they wanna see an experience that they want to do..

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"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"It was like i was in the truman show but everybody was speaking australian sets. That was really really interesting. But so but yeah. I would highly recommend anyone that goes to australia. If if you know. They're thinking about working one of the the territory's in our would definitely get a to. Tasmania just beautiful. Mostly rental car. Did you do tours. How did you do that. So when i was in sydney and melbourne was mostly to. It was all worse. Actually i didn't. I didn't drive at all when i was on the mainland but i did bring a car when i was in tasmania which is wish. I could do that again. That was an awesome awesome experience. Just because i mean it's a tiny island and you're in you can explore whatever you want to explore it's They're very very nice. They're very helpful in know. If you can get get used to the steering wheel being on the right side of the car which honestly it took me two second so it was not. It's not a big deal. Like i thought it would would be. And i even went through a roundabout on that siler which announce announced pretty fun. So yeah that was. So how many days where there i was there. Twelve or fourteen something like that fourteen and do you feel like that was enough that you need more time now. That was just. I mean honestly it was kind of a highlights of those three particular areas. But i mean you could stay. You could say in new south wales for You can stay victoria. Might the i mean plus. I didn't even get to western australia. There's there's great beer reef area Australia's enormous in there. So much today when you know just didn't have the time or money to do it but but no i would. It was nowhere near enough enough time so any advice to families. That may be planning a vacation to australia other than you know..

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"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

The Family Vacationer

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on The Family Vacationer

"Known for its natural wonders wide open spaces. Beaches desert's the bush and the outback but also known for its mega cities such as sydney melbourne brisbane and perth. Australia is a suburb episode. Forty seven of the family vacationer and it starts right now. The family vacation are with and danny go to podcasts. For families on the move friends. Rob here and this is episode. Forty seven australia before we get started. Do us a huge favor..

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"australia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:05 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Joined first of all by. Karen middleton chief political correspondent for the saturday paper in canberra karen. The theme of this episode is basically how australia now gets itself out of the lockdown into which it has put itself cabinet has just this week announced a four stage transition plan. What does that plan consists of. Well it stopped in the face wary. Now which is trying to minimize. The damage is heavily. Reliant on a system of hotel corn chain and trying to veteran eight people and the latest of the states and territories have now agreed. Values lockdowns lost resort. What the practical impacted. That will be out because really. That's what they say they during now. So we're gonna go from way. We are now we the trial program in this first phase of home by scorn tain the people who've been vaccinated so we starting to say in this parkway a distinction between people who've been vaccinated and people who haven't the second phase is said to be the first vaccination phase prime minister's suggesting without wanting to put fan timelines on phase. Two will probably be next year and part of the first guys to have the number of inbound travelers so the state and territory latest have been complaining that too many people coming in with the joe to strain. That's where we're saying. These outbreaks got at the moment in australia. So the second phase will be increasing those caps again probably next year starting to look at the entry of students and economic as a holders and reducing the number of people in her show corentin in expanding use of harm car chain. They'll also be looking at a vaccine boost program because of the time next year comes around even though he's had the first two shots are gonna have to have another one. Vice ray is what they call in consolidation that ideally would have no lockdowns at all that we would say people moving around freely no caps on returning vaccinated travelers on again the emphasis being on vaccine versus vaccine and in the final phase two bay living with the virus trading virus like any other bars like influenza or anything

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Yeah look forward to that. We'll have to do the the tolkien what it means to be a man. Because i've got no idea to be quite honest. You tell me but in terms of topic and yeah look at his absolutely. He'd shopping but in terms of undue influence upon decision making. It's at a critical point absolutely. And i think they're awesome. You know some great corporate entities out there can think of a couple of companies that have a fantastic culture and a really good imperative and they're trying to achieve good things on. I think that's incompatible. But they're also corporations which are addicted to Boss prophets and i will use the reference some of these things in order to sort of get along in the corporate world but the needs to be much more accountability. And that's something we all need to lobby for. And we can you know as consumers. We can also push that a bit. I think the other thing that's really important is to seek governance have ability because we've seen in coporate people have taken accountability and being charged. Let's say ceo. If they had seen as negligence they could be personally charged. But we need to see that. In governance we need to see a political leaders Be held accountable for the decisions. If they impact the country or the city or their state. what are your thoughts on that as a sort of a final touch. We'll speaking as a private individual in victoria. Wouldn't that be nice. Yeah absolutely on very disconcerted by the mechanisms of accountability when you get raw to the top of political science i think there's really good mechanisms in the public service and the idea and all of these other organizations but when you get to the elected officials and i'm not denigrating them as a whole because i'm either hats in the right place and doing the best job. They can't just very quickly. I think there's almost a childlike assumption in the water electricity size. That every politician will do everything that you expect them to do. And be totally pleasing. They be they'll have to make decisions. You don't agree with but as long as it basically. I think you know we can live with that in situations where they deviate from that. I'm not convinced that we have strong enough mechanisms in western nations in general. There's all sorts of people don to talk about australia. But there's all sorts of paper done abominable things and think just walk away from it it. It's puzzling state of affairs. And something we need to change one asks the question ways. The federal is cic And what's role in this..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Established. Track real tragedy. And that's been happening since two thousand thirteen and now doesn't twenty these kinds of directives at on top extremely badge and we made to get some accountability for why not controlling this. In the same way as we've controlled all barr says jeeze. I feel like the paypal. Yes you don't need to like the healthy people might snow not makes no sense at all and there was never any justification for when they brought bean. I'm so and until we see that those measures don't work then you don't adopt these jacobean measures that might be needed for virus. Killing healthy people without any mobility in the street in front of us. None of that happened. We don't have any real data to decline this global pandemic united line a serious outbreak of disease australia. We make to get accountability and transparency back. You know. I'm and yeah just totally improve. The integrity of the political process is we must. We must and one more question for you. Judy you live in wnba other any really specific issues from wwl that you feel you would like to be able to apart from what we've talked about. Obviously because you you've got a few measures in place today. That are a little worse than some of the other states. But is there anything specific that you'd like to see change in wma and all of those things that are discussed our problem in w i in corruption in the family called and i think the main thing is that western australia only has one. Newspaper print western australian presenting very biased information. Along a number of issues. And i think if we had some competition to that national piper. I'd love to say that happened to get some more objectivity and anti-vagrancy into the opinions that have been presented because that very much controls the population. Here w i in fact they did a study at one point and fan that mice was destroyed. An looking outside. Of w i get their knees need diversity you've got to or if you've awake and you want some. We've might to see how can another newspaper. Let's reasonable competition and diversities factual a k. Well is there anything you can add for me to tell tell members where we going in w i apart from having a couple of people from health strategy potty as members. That's way we going. You know just like that you know. I'm really passionate about changing a lot of the political barriers that have prevented the public. Having a voice. Critical decisions have been an active with emily. He'd put.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"You've got to have a healthy place to live. You need healthy economy Because without that well we all suffer of democracy And ask society so. I guess with health australia. We've got these five pillars that dr golden has set up a beautiful policies and they cover every aspect. I believe of way we need to work together. Strata back so with Just with our environment judy. way way. do you see Particularly for i because we've got wwl election coming up in five months And it's a very dry country. However in the west held us see the health of our environment fishing in with what you can bring to the west australian table. Well you know. I'd like to see us all. Focus on pollution and making good decisions with the waterways. Good political decisions so that the water isn't either used in certain areas then sorts of things i'd like to look into but particularly focusing on working in harmony with the environment with all due and focusing on reducing pollution which we late to the climate change and all the rest of it so good more discussion around those sorts of issues would be really good. That's a good one because we we We just get so used to what we live in. And we certainly don't breathe pure air all not even close in society. I mean when i think of society i think of a healthy society means a healthy and happy tribe of humans on the planners and i'm really distressed at the rate of suicide secret simpson's covid thing has happened and we don't have a solid who'd society A background anymore. Dewey what will i think we certainly have and then on really distressed to say that you know they all the directives coming with covid actually not just reversed adding shimin health. I have outcomes be human health but even even for the environment you nine more reusable cups. We weren't allowed to use a reasonable nervy that was a problem in came the alcohol sanitizer chemicals in which about the environment and fast and everybody's and they went back to using more piper plates and cups and and so it wasn't just health outcomes that we're invest the actually for the environment as well and we had good solid practices based on years of research all the united health promotion journals and we based our policies on that one good example is in two thousand thirteen. A struggle had really good preventative. Health policies in place when the abbots liberal government came in and they remained three hundred sixty million dollars by destroying that preventative health program. And like you say if you have good nutritional policies on nutrition and preventative. Health and natural remedies. You they're the ones that are good for humanity and health outcomes and baked ziti reducing your health budget absolute and repairs three hundred and sixty million dollars worth of policies that were already in priced preventing disease.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"With that at freedoms disappearing I can no longer say that. We live in democrats not not and we have the prime minister the proud of the fact that he removed the pizza put in place coercive back summation that means many people participate in society Without using a back. Same we can't we want to travel and for for a disease karenna bars two thousand and nineteen that has not been proven to be any worse than a normal flu season and there's no justification for the covid vaccine to come in and this this is a tragedy the well it's it's a crime. I think it is a crime. He's hi k will We could talk all night. Couldn't we about the issue. Because it's i think it's probably five jay. End this upcoming so-called vaccine because it's not what we consider a vaccine. It's nothing like what we've been use to not aren't quite a different thing. Altogether at sets a genetic genetically engineered vaccine. We have had other genetically engineered back science. This one's got messenger. It's also got nanoparticles in that That can collect that will collect people's by metrics which will be stored in the cloud privacy's gone and with no died. Cordless supervised will not. They're hoping to be able to scan people with a liked and to determine if the backside tonight and of course the health cod a be healthcare way. Travel out of australia or across borders may be hard. But you know there's no proven reason to bring these things in and you know we can't call ourselves a democratic country that protects human rights when we giving up the most fundamental human rights that we have and there is my freedom with actions if we come over here injecting into our bodies and we have a government that Acceptable and not a stranger would like to know. And it's certainly something that's with standing up on fighting for absolutely. I will tell you the experience now in the family court system and a spin australia on it's completely corrupted and experienced this corruption firsthand. What do you mean way judy. Our was an expert witness in cases and one particular case. The the government's team blake my appetite to the media which is a criminal offence. And so when i was told and they defamed the in the media with information so the moya's recommended that i Report back to the state and federal police. We tried did in two thousand nine. Nineteen and i didn't get a response. So this where we're administrative the axon issue is not only not being debated when it gets into the courts affidavits late to the media and that court case never went ahead and it was the government's government. Peter mcintyre was brought into that case. That my affidavit was linked to the so instead of defending back in the cords He actually prevented it from. So this is why we're an it's causing a lot of anxiety with parents physician because the government is now linked a maximum of twenty eight thousand dollars to vaccinating with.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"One of the things that I realized something wasn't quite right very early in the pace with this situation with covid was that i was prevented from killing patients. Giving information or advice on how they could prevent or keep their bodies healthy and protect themselves from this virus that we all originally thought was around. Now i could have been fined. Hundreds of thousands of dollars spent five years in jail. If i guide this information to my patients now for made that rang alarm bells because if we have a serious pandemic wouldn't you want all hands on deck. Everybody doing everything possible to keep themselves safe. So that made no sense to me as a practitioner. That's just one directive. All the directives actually didn't make any sense but it's a good exemplary. The regulatory boards has now got control over papal. Who need to keep their jobs. They have to keep the kind of money and hints is tyranny where the the medical board cannot control the knowledge with which people upright and of course every directive that was brought in was the reverse of how you promote health in the community and people are unable to speak up in australia. The regular least china health practitioners regular board prevents people from speaking up. They can get sidelined as nine. We've been going. We need integrity. Brought back into the professions way need transparency and accountability for political decisions. That are being made absolutely. Yes because we lost that heavenly. We've lost that. This isn't the astrology back. We grow up eight academic system and the bullying that i experienced distressing. I am the defamation. That's still out there on all the media platforms and you know and saw debates without signed to debate. Humanity is under attack. So you know it's the funding of the universities and also that it causes it can cost one hundred thousand dollars to do a phd now so this is the sort of thing that's coming to australia. Without any knowledge of my strident because independent media that wants to promote promote the public's interest in those policies. The corporates onset media is what we have in australia and they're not framing issues that are in the public interest in framing the issues to protect industry interest in government policy and not experienced this firsthand and this is why i would like to try and assist in in changing some of the political barriers..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Nine hundred ninety eight even then wasn't was only just up to fifty percents nothing to do with ninety to ninety five percent of all of this history is being rewritten. And that's the reason that have censored my research. I strongly we with strategies that are actually criminal and the family tree comments and articles in the media but also side streets the court system of are experienced corruption to censor my research and suppress the academic vice on how you control infectious diseases. And then i guess you know. I will bring this up now because public health has now been tied to the economy. So they've now. The government has now tied issue. You know. i suppose it claimed public health. Emergency was designated declared that is not as droids the small businesses in australia. Southern facts here on that that that there no. It wasn't a condemning of this virus in australia when this country with the prime minister called a put put in place emergency powers. The virus wasn't even price. So you need real data before you declare pandemic but worse than that globally and all the directives that came from the gabby johnson the who reversed the normal wising which she controlled infectious diseases and by reversing them you know. We know that that causes more. Deaths analysis in the population so scientific justification for trading is new coronavirus any differently how controlled infectious diseases for centra unite for sedentary made nice. That's the crime that has been committed and we need to make the government accountable to provide some science upon which they called this a global pandemic when it wasn't even many countries muslim knock outbreaks of disease in some countries but a global pandemic requires that you observed that virus under the russian those environmental conditions with that population before he can declare that it will be panic in all countries that happened and then they still haven't provided evidence as to why you would reverse all the normal health protocols controlling infectious disease but these are the things that the government's getting away with a small businesses now economy is being destroyed and the people's voice has been removed from political decisions. My guess that's the other thing but might start speaking up attempting to be able to make change in australia. Public doesn't have a voice on these shoes. The lack of diversity of rain ship and for all the grains the labor and liberal governments have all legislative to allow that diversity baber removes knowing that the end result is the ability of a medical establishment that has money and the power to lobby tonight. Money to a government without media diversity permit false misleading information to the population. Absolutely believe that it was in the best interest for the government to You know lockdown healthy populations quarantine healthy paypal wear mass all of these things that are not how you control infectious diseases. But we they'd the public believes and is a fundamental human rights bodily autonomy to babe removed simply because we do not have press freedom in this country that is on as well. Yeah absolutely and certainly for me as a as a health practitioner..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Whole landscape with very different who's gonna challenge when those policies come through who's gonna question why we making this particular change while we posse another low. Don't we have enough laws. Ca we need balance which we don't have any bounce and and we need people to start to care and understand about politics because it is at a lodge level shaping our country and shaving out rules now health as we know it is determined by some of these policies and whole lage's live our economy and and many many many more aspects of our life determined by these policies and at some point have to say it with truth and hand on. I didn't care much for politics. Like i said earlier..

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Society and our country out freedoms need to be within reason bounced and currently the balances going out the window and and if this is the time to stand up and be heard make noise about your freedom and about your health and about your family's health that went his And so i can orange. Yeah i encourage other people leaders and they don't have to be leaders in politics so ladies in the field of natural medicine or any of that sort of stuff just latest in their on household leaders and there are to stand up to look health Potty they become a candidate come run with me. I will put you ahead of me. I'll vote for you. The my my i'm here is not to try and do this for me. this is help the straight party. This for what good we do influence we can have for community Yeah something all the people so that we have it at choices back in have have had rights reinstated because the have definitely been eroded. And and it is tom. It's time to stand up and stand up for ourselves and type backup. Freedoms has to be the way. And you know the the key. Is i think what sharps these freedoms and this is again. One of the reasons why gotten involved with health stripe potty is politics and and the biggest surprise that has a lot of people that understand politics. A lot of people don't understand voting a lot of understand the difference between an upper house and lower house the difference between the big piper small pipe when they got elections and and they need to understand that they need to make their first count. It's that's a civil jury. That's that's you know they they. They're right to choice is elect fair potty elected somebody that's going to represent the majority's voice and and and fantas and balance and and it's i do that. Then why are they expecting a change. I think this is the biggest thing in society of this. Everybody's poor little may. There's not much. I can do somebody else's gonna come and do it potentially looking for savio looking for you to get up. Make that decision you need to get fired up about what counts and what matters and and if your choice doesn't count and it doesn't matter to you thinking about your children think about your future pink about their future way will we go We as a society as a country. If those things aren't accounted for and heard and acted on now he absolutely end. I think a lot of people don't feel that they make a difference but every single person makes a difference every voice counts and there's not one person on the planet that's any more important than anyone else queen of england to the person who's sweeps the streets oughtn't we're all equal totally great and that's the truth and the people's thought to get aware and conscious of that the the the battle because if you think about the entire collective of society is made up of individuals and if each of those individual started to make their choices count then we have an entire society that makes choices. Count the vigil in that society said. Well it's not up to me. It's up to somebody else to shave future shape. Then we have an entire collective of society that have lost care. They've they more passionate about. What be they drink. And which team they follow and what colors. They support then then their entire freedom. Yeah and that is how freedom gets arrived people becoming complacent and and careless. We need to change that..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"A big influence To to governance and governments so we need to look at these things we need to establish fantas if it was up to me To bring in a new policy in australia it would be a policy of fair and transparent donations to potties to all parties. So if if someone is dating any amount and small or large. Because i think to get around that at some point they introduced something along what i'm talking about. What about isn't a pie..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"We'll look at as a danger because of the methamphetamines. All the ice situation that we had here where people were on drugs. Although the mets labs and things like that so that would be something. I'd like to see some changes in homelessness would be something i'd like to see some changes in. It's completely outrageous this age and twenty twenty that we have the beautiful country that we have the beautiful city state that we have and we've got homeless people living on the streets. That's got a kidney agree more absolutely. There's somewhere within the vicinity of two thousand six hundred of the population of the people that are on the streets being children under the age of twelve. So that as a father alarms me. It makes me think if children are future. What are those thousands of children. After you're doing on the streets will could be two more again. it'd be something. I'd like the potty sir to support me on and to give me some direction but then the things that come up to me to answer your question as passions definitely low for allied health as well i am a clinical hypnotherapist and one of my going jokes and i'll keep using until they tell me it's illegal to advise people right. I like this. You know maybe we've all been a little bit hypnotized by what's going on in the main yet what's going on. Sometimes it's a distraction to what's really going on definitely seen people getting sick and literally from watching the news because of the fear and the stress and the inside is that that creates and so you know it's time we look at the regulations and hold people accountable. Hold the media accountable representing and sharing truth. And not you know. I'm not holding my tongue on this. I want to soften things and be balanced about certain things and there's some things that we've got to say as people really do need to start to know with very low key in australia and we should be rides and it takes a lot to get worked out that people get more worked up about their football team losing than they care about. What's going on in reality in our country and what's starting to shape policies..

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