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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"All right one. Last thing i'm more of a positive note to again do what your mainstream news media won't is to let you know about Someone else who won a gold ha in that is that native hawaiian this is from huffington. Post native hawaiian won the first olympic gold for surfing. Hawaii's Charissa moore was one of two surfers to win the first ever. Olympic gold medal for surfing. Brazil's taliaferro Farina won the gold for the men's again and if your mainstream news media did actually communicate this. It was very difficult to find it. Article here goes on to say says out of japan after a series of underdogs stole the show at the beginning of surfing's historic olympic debut. Two of the sport's most seasoned superstars took home. The gold medals chris more of the united states in italia Ferriera of brazil became the first olympic Surfing champions on tuesday more than a century after the sport. I tried to get on the program the twenty eight year. Old more the Darling child prodigy Who could Beat the world. Who could beat the boys and grew up to be the youngest world. Champion surfer Preserved after struggling in the in the early heats. It's been crazy it's been crazy. Couple of days more said a little bit of a roller coaster of emotions. Just trying to figure Figure out the break and find my rhythm learning to learning how to trust myself without my family here which is actually been reported quite widely of a from the athletes about being so far from home right right but again you know charlie kirk doesn't look at that in either right as a factor. Anyway sorry going on here says the relatively modest beach break. Conditions were so unlike the world class waves. She used to She's used to as a veteran of the professional tour and at home in hawaii by the end the methodical in well loved surfer finally got in rhythm with the with the ocean. Time to deliver the kind of standoff performance that is defined her career so You know again. Nbc has the contract to broadcast the if they mentioned this they must have done so in passing. Because i've been watching it. Pretty steadily this past week and i have yet to see them highlight that and highlight her accomplishments that they made a big deal about the girl from alaska but who is not from an indigenous village..
Sunisa Lee Wins Gold in Olympic Gymnastics All-Around
"Major win for the U. S. A women's gymnastics team as soon easily. Simone Biles substitute wins the gold in the women's individual all around gymnastics Final. Kathi Foster has that for us with running gymnastics champion Simone Biles on the sidelines. All eyes were on Sunni Salih as heard from the live Olympic coverage on NBC broadcast from Tokyo. The 18 year old from ST Paul, Minnesota, ready to go on uneven bars. Sunni Lee The family watching back home and as the first among American Jim Nist to compete in the Olympics, nothing but cheers and tears from family, friends and the entire community as they watched Sunni Lee when the Olympic gold medal in the women's individual all around gymnastics final, The wind comes after Simone Biles withdrew from the all around competition to focus on her mental health. The move open to the door for Sunis Elita Shine, and that she did during a solid floor routine performance narrowly beat Rebecca Andrade of Brazil, who stepped out of bounds twice. There are definitely a lot of emotions, but I'm super proud of myself for sticking with it and believing in myself because This medal will not be possible without my coaches, the medical team, my parents, and it's this is so surreal and I haven't even let it thinking yet soon easily has suffered a number of setbacks over the past two years. Her father, now paralyzed After falling off a ladder in 2019. She lost two family members to Covid 19 and has had to recover from a foot injury. The past two years have been absolutely crazy with Covid and just my family and Everything else. This metal definitely means a lot to me because there was a point in time where I wanted to quit, and I just didn't think I would ever get here, including injuries and stuff.
Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"To really love. Long time that still haven't heard of the middle or some of the shops down here. Lisa trainer and her husband, Bob, are the owners and curator of this hidden gem that's become a favorite with Hollywood types. His production companies are doing everything from local TV commercials to major movies, and they'll come down here seeking out things like old wooden ladders as props to all bicycles. Is there everyone that you couldn't let go of a couple pieces that we won't sell? Just because they're part of our decorations? Almost everything else is for sale. Including yourself. Yeah, well, gotta price. Chris Pharma WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 11 38 over now to Bloomberg Business. Wall Street ended the week with a lower session on fears that Amazon second quarter sales miss may signal the end of big tax pandemic boom. The Dow industrials tumbled 149, the S and P fell 24. The NASDAQ dropped one. Oh, six. Amazon fell 7.5% loss of more than $272 a share. Other e commerce stocks also fell, including Etsy, eBay and Wayfair. Coffee is cooling off after frost fears in Brazil triggered a sharp price spike this month. Prices fell by the most in a dozen years is whether concerns eased. Even so, we may still see higher coffee prices in stores and cafes resulting from overall food, inflation. In the supermarket isn't the only place where prices are going up. The CEO of Capri Holdings, owner of the Michael Cores, Jimmy Choo, and for Sochi brands, says prices are going up considerably for next year's spring season, and it has no plans for big discounts. I'm Larry Kaskey Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's new Xray one in the kitchen. No matter.
Constraint Active Search for Human-in-the-Loop Optimization
"I'm here with gustavo. Malcolm's gustavo is a research engineer at intel by way of their recent acquisition of signups gustavo woke up to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you very much for having me in the show. Hey i'm really looking forward to digging into our interview. But of course i'd like to have you share a little bit about your background and give our audience and opportunity to get to know you better tell us a little bit about your journey to machine learning and ai awesome. Absolutely well i. I'm originally from brazil. I'm a computer science by training. When i did my undergrad. I went to a very good school in my region but she wasn't strong topic but fortunately the internet was very generous with machine learning. We had the opportunity to basically watch professor. Ngo angie to talk about machine learning on youtube twelve years ago. I think tilt my friends and i created a steady group to study machine learning in. Maybe i can say that. He was my first instructor to the topic. After that i pursue. I worked in many michigan projects. I decided to do peachy in the us. I remember checking all the faculties that work with that worked with machine learning in county. How many publications they had on aisamul in newark. I don't recommend this to be a metric to consider when choosing between grad school led seven years ago or something. I was super excited about working with people who actually did machine learning in. And that's one of the things that i actually employed syllogisms now. And then that's how. I begun white majority into the field.
Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on BBC Newsday
"Men are bigger and stronger on average than women. They have consistent advantages in sports, especially all other things being equal when everybody is working as hard as they can training as hard as they can and staying. Healthy. The men in elite sports have massive advantages over women because they are taller. They have stronger bones. They have twice as much muscle that you know, there's variation there. Women have more fat, less muscle, less lean body mass. I wanted to end on a slightly lighter note because I read a quote from somebody who'd read your book and offered a very full of praise critique of it. And she wrote, I can safely say that I will view men slightly differently now. I know more about this hormone that's coursing through their bodies, do you? I definitely do. And it's been an incredible journey, studying testosterone and then finally writing this book, and I have to say ultimately I have more. Compassion and understanding for some of the struggles that men face that we women don't understand and sometimes are very judgmental about with good reason, because sometimes we are objectified or even attacked or, you know the victim of sexual assault. So it's understandable, of course, to be judgmental, but I think in order to solve our problems We need to try to understand each other and the forces that are shaping us and have a little bit of compassion. And that's how we will best be able to move forward Carol, who've in the author of a new book, Testosterone, the story of the Hormone that dominates and divides us, Molly Got, I wonder what you took out of that conversation. Yeah, That was a really interesting conversation, and I have to read the book to be able to say a lot more. But You know, I think that it's interesting how the literature is and sex and gender and it does seem that, um, that Carol also talks about this is that there is room for acknowledging that biological differences exist in that hormones play a part in shaping these differences, but that Gender, and hence the performance of what has constituted to be masculine and feminine is socially constructed, right And how these patterns of behavior, um are incentivized and reinforced the individual and societal levels as well. Um, I mean, it seems like an interesting book. But you know, I I would want to to read more to be able to say more about it. Absolutely. But I mean, I suppose the point coming out of that conversation was that we shouldn't rush to judgment in this area because it is so complicated. Um, yes. I mean, there's a lot of complexity when it comes to understanding, sex and gender. Um, and the relationship between between both for sure. Peter Ricketts from your career, you may look back to periods, I guess when The world that the diplomatic world was much more men male lead than it is now. Yes, I mean, we didn't use the word testosterone. But when I joined the civil service 45 years ago, there was a great deal of what we would recall perhaps alpha male behavior or machismo displays of being a kind of super dominant personality. Frankly, a lot of bullying And and not many women and over my career, the number of women in the room and in the Roman senior jobs has grown all the time. When I was the permanent secretary at the Foreign Office, I made a real effort to bring on women into more senior roles. My own feeling is that decisions are much better when they're made with a table that has at least as many women as men and where the Alpha male sort of tendencies are at least brought under control by cultural and social norms, Even if we can't all help the levels of our testosterone There's been a real change in particularly the way public service in the UK looks at that issue and the role of women. I think it's been entirely constructive and women decision makers in Brazil model I was looking at some figures in the context of the conversation we had earlier on in the Legislature in Brazil. The female representation is still pretty low, isn't it? It is very low in the hat puts Brazil at the final and ultimate, uh, place in Latin America, actually, when it comes to women's political representation, So it's 15% of women in Congress in Brazil, um and 12% in mayoral positions throughout the country, so very low rates of women's representation, even though there are all of these efforts now, as I was saying earlier to increase women's presence in political office We must bring matters to a close because time is almost up. Thank you both very much indeed. For your company over the last couple of hours, Malu gateau.
Big Day for Dressel, Chinese in Pool, Lee in Gymnastics
"Miscible miles watching from the stands Lee as Rebecca druggie of Brazil with a total of fifty seven point four three three points list metal definitely means a lot to me because there was a point in time where I wanted to quit and I just didn't think I would ever get here including injuries and stuff we was all but guaranteed the gold medal after the Brazilian stepped out of bounds twice during the floor routine Katie Ledecky is advanced to the final of her final Olympic event posting the top time in preliminaries of the eight hundred meter freestyle Australia's double gold medallist Arian took most also advanced to Saturday morning it's vital to set up a fourth and final showdown with Ledecky the U. S. women's volleyball team won its third straight match of their assured of a spot in the quarterfinals the Americans beat Turkey in five sets and approved a three year old in their pool hi Jonathan
Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on BBC Newsday
"Barra poetry reporting from Jakarta. Will I mentioned Brazil in the introduction to values report and Covid infection rates are still high there with about 1000 deaths and more than 40,000 new cases each day. Protests against the perceived mishandling of the response to the pandemic by the government of president viable scenario have been taking place every weekend. Well, I've been speaking to Lorena Bar Beria, professor of politics at the University of Sao Paulo. I asked her if the president had changed his approach in any way. Unfortunately, not the president continues to not wear masks. He continues to refuse to take the vaccine. He claims that he's already has immunity because he was infected last year, and he continues to promote the types of crowding and types of protests and different marches throughout. Different cities on motorcycles. So he continues to promote exactly the types of social distancing activities that we're trying to discourage strongly and the public reaction to that is what now. Lately there's been almost weekly weekend protests across Brazil in several cities. But those protests have varied in the amount of crowds that have supported each protest. It's important to note that he does continue to count with 20% approval, so there's a small minority of the population who strongly continues to support the president. But in general, the population is quite unhappy with the prolonged and uncertain crisis that continues to take place here in Brazil, but that number of hardline supporters if I can call them that. Has that number shrunk in recent times. Yes, we're seeing the numbers shrinking. But it's important to remember that we're on the eve of presidential campaign season that will start and the president is also mounting a strategy to mobilize voters to try to mobilize and secure support. So he is mounting a strategy, for example, to reinstate emergency crash transfers, and there's a lot of different specific types of targeted programs that are designed to start On the eve of elections and part of the reason that he's also taking those motorcycle trips and speaking engagements is that he's already started campaigning. It's interesting to put those figures into context, isn't it? Because clearly he's never going to appeal to those of the left and the Centre because that was never his his reason for winning in the first place. But if people on the center right are now showing signs of doubt, that's potentially significant, isn't it? Yes. At the same time, it's important to note that within his government, he has seated several key posts, including the key post, which is the minister. The Casa C bill, which is kind of equivalent to what we would say kind of the minister that is in charge of the president's agenda, and which bills are signed, in which Legislation gets priority and the budgeting and all types of negotiations that's been seated to a center party. So the president has increasingly ceding to the center key posts in the government in order to try to secure support, and that's part of the strategy that will most likely also be moving forward. As we move into the campaign what of current infection and vaccination rates in Brazil? It's important to know we had very, very high rates in the last couple of weeks where Starting to see the rates of deaths than cases slightly decline. But it's important to underscore that the rates that we have the levels are much higher than 2020. Still, even though we're seeing small declines, But at the same time, it's important to know vaccination is going very slow 20% of the population with two complete doses of the vaccine. And we've been vaccinating since January, so it's going very slow. And the other reason that we need to be worried is we have very low testing and over already, 200 cases confirmed of the Delta variant, in addition to the local variants that circulate in South America, the gamma and the Lambda variants, so we're in a very strategic moment where we would need to be ramp up testing in ramping up vaccinations, and both are going very slow. Lorena Bar Beria, professor of politics at University of Sao Paulo Maluf gateau, striking, talking to Chama Khalil in in Australia earlier the reaction there to what are really quite low numbers, but but still action is taken almost straight away. In Brazil. It's almost the exact opposite. Yeah. Yes, Bolsonaro has, um, taken such a strong and consistent, uh, position when it comes to Covid, um and tackling or, in fact, not really tackling the pandemic that in a way that has become normalized right and so as Latino was saying there has been a decrease in his approve, all and especially in the last couple of months. But it has taken a long time for his approval rates to decrease and even then, as you recognized, you know, there's still this the score. Hardliners that they will and won't budge. Very likely. But you're always going to get that that particular group, aren't they? I wonder what you think That political picture says about the the prospects for his election come the time. Um The latest polls and both, and I was reactions to the latest polls already do suggest that he is understanding that his position is no longer safe. Um, Essentially, most polls put him and Lula going into a second round of elections with a real prospect of Lula potential Ng Winning in the second round. Um, over, uh, you know, it's something like 59% of the population says that they would not vote for Bolsonaro under any circumstances. But his move now to go and make arrangements with centrist parties, with the famous saying Throw in Brazil. Is a move that is very important when it comes to signalling, you know that he understands that his position is not very strong because since he took office, Bolsonaro was very critical of these partisan arrangements and coalitions, which have been historically very important for.
Tokyo Olympics: Skateboarding Teens Blaze a Trail for Women
"Of freshly minted teenagers taking the gold and silver in the women's street finals for skateboarding in Tokyo 13 year old Mommy, Gina, Shia of Japan. Took home the gold, while fellow 13 year old Raisa layout, all of Brazil, took home. The silver. Both had previously participated in the X Games in Minneapolis in 2019, Brooklyn's Alexis, PSA Blown finished fourth.
Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on BBC World Service
"On KQED. And you can hear that coming up at 12 30, the Evening. It's 11 30 Marla Davies in back to the BBC. 6 30 GMT This is weekend from the BBC World Service Still to come. New missile silos discovered in China even American reaction plus an alarming rise in covid cases in Indonesia. And an assessment of the still bleak picture of the pandemic in Brazil and the impact that has on the country's president. That's all here on weekend with me, Julie America after the latest World News BBC News with Danielle Yahoo of yet ska. China's worst outbreak of coronavirus in months has spread to two more regions. Chinese health authorities reported 30 new infections on Saturday that they define as locally transmitted Cases were discovered in Fujian Province. And in Chongqing, a city of more than 30 Million people. Restrictions are being reintroduced in some places. Australia's third largest city. Brisbane, has gone into lockdown in an attempt to contain the spread of the Delta strain of coronavirus. People in several other parts of southeast Queensland have also been told to stay at home for three days. More than 400,000 doses of Covid 19 vaccine due to arrive in Kenya today as part of a surplus Britain is donating to developing countries. It's a first step towards fulfilling a pledge made at last month's G seven summit in Cornwall. Afghan military officials say they've managed to push back Taliban militants from the southern city of Lashkar Gar in Helmand province, a regional commander said they had inflicted heavy casualties on the insurgents. The European Union special envoy Thomas Nicholson has told the BBC there's little immediate prospect of a halt to the violence in Afghanistan. The most realistic hope, he said, would be for the Taliban offensive to be resisted. And peace talks to begin in earnest. The United States has imposed sanctions on two of Cuba's top police officers and the National Revolutionary Police Force. Following the suppression of anti government demonstrations. President Biden said more sanctions against Cuba would follow unless they were drastic changes on the island. The U. S champion gymnast Simone Biles has withdrawn from two more competitions at the Tokyo Olympics. Her team said she had ruled herself out of the finals of the vault and uneven bars. On the track. The leading Nigerian sprinter blessing Okay. Bari has failed a drugs test for human growth hormone and has been thrown out of the games. BBC News You're.
Brazilian Protesters Call for Jair Bolsonaro to Be Impeached
"Brazil, Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets for the fourth weekend in a row. They're calling for the Covid vaccination program to be speeded up and demanding the impeachment of President Jacobo scenario. Gayle McClelland reports. Out bolsonaro. Message in 20 states across Brazil. As the coronavirus death toll in the country passes half a million protesters demand the resignation of the man, they say is to blame President Jair Bolsonaro epitome. We allowed this person to become the president of the Republic and we are seeing the consequences of that today in the absurd number of deaths due to the pandemic. Due to the irresponsible way in which he handled the pandemic in Brazil, Brazil, the president has been famously dismissive of the health crisis opposing masks and social distancing measures. And he's been criticized for slow rollout of vaccines. Only 17% of the population has fully vaccinated with the presidential election looming next year. Mr. Bolsonaro's approval rating is at a record low and he faces investigation in the Senate on charges of corruption. As night fell, skirmishes broke out between protesters and police. Fired tear gas and through flash bangs. Such clashes are likely to persist, putting President Bolsonaro under increasing pressure as the pandemic continues to exact a devastating toll.
Horigome Wins 1st Ever Olympic Skateboard Gold
"Swimmer takes Kamlesh picks up the first gold medal for the United States on a fast of Sunday morning in Tokyo Calif won the men's four hundred meter individual medley after earning a silver the twenty sixteen games in Brazil he finished one two with his close friend American J. whether one nineteen year old Amel lying in plain silver in the women's four hundred I am while her teammate Haley Flickinger finished just behind her to earn the bronze and the United States softball team needed an extra inning to enter Australia two to one in opening round action a manager to stir it a walk off two run single Monica Abbott threw a complete game striking out thirteen I'm Danny cap
WHO: 3.4M Global COVID-19 Cases Last Week, up 12%
"Millions more people around the world have contracted the corona virus the World Health Organization says more than three point four million new cases of covert nineteen were confirmed around the world last week that's an increase of twelve percent from the previous week the W. H. O. says the increase transmission is being driven by new variants the relaxation of covert nineteen protocols in the large number of people still susceptible to the virus despite rising vaccination rates the largest increases were in the western Pacific and European regions and the countries registering the most cases were Indonesia Britain Brazil India and the U. S. however the WHO's says the number of deaths continues to decline about fifty seven thousand worldwide in the last week I'm Ben Thomas
Flight Attendants Speak out About Unruly Passengers
"Passengers to long delays. Getting passports. ABC s Alex Stone looks the trouble. With the travel industry. Yeah, you know, Flight crusades is totally out of control right now, Kitty that in the last week there have been 150 new reports to the FAA of unruly passengers most ever in a one week period. Most of them involve people refusing to wear a mask on board and This woman on a Delta flight, saying she wouldn't wear one as police came on Brazil. I think my semen right not respecting her human rights, she said. And this woman on a Southwest flight they landed in San Diego a couple weeks back, knocking out of flight attendants tooth gonna brawl on board there. So most of the battles have been over masks and the EPA, saying it's gotten over 3400 unruly passenger reports this year. 2600 of those have been passengers refusing to wear masks and flight attendants today are saying they've had enough. This is a federal mandate, whether you agree with it or not, and whether they agree with it or not. It's got to be in force, and they say, give them a break. This is way higher than any number of incidents that we've ever seen that Sarah Nelson, head of the flight attendants union, they're going to the FAA today and saying help us out here. What else can you do? Because it's not getting any better. Flight attendants are experiencing a job that they just are not familiar with. It all every day. When they go to work, there's conflict, and there are is disrespect towards them and an incredibly difficult job. The NSA is restarting self defense courses for flight attendants to teach them how to to fight back. It can mean big fines. People are being fined 52,000 bucks up to it. For fighting back against flight attendants. You can get 20 years in prison.
COVID-19 Deaths and Cases Rising Again Globally
"Says deaths in cases of covid are on the rise again. Globally cases rose 10% last week to nearly three million, with the highest numbers in Brazil, India, Indonesia and Britain. The W. H O blames the delta variant, lack of vaccinations and loosening of mask mandates. Haiti has
FDA, CDC Say Fully Vaccinated People Do Not Need COVID-19 Boosters Yet
"Who are fully vaccinated do not need covid boosters. But the agencies are preparing for booster doses if and when the science demonstrates their needed. White House Covid response coordinator Jeff Science says those who are vaccinated are protected from variants. Including the surging delta variant, virtually all covid 19 hospitalizations and deaths. The United States are now occurring among unvaccinated individuals. The U. S leads the world with the highest reported death toll at more than 600,000, followed by Brazil and India. Number three
Global Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 4 Million: Johns Hopkins
"Pandemic, the death toll now surpassing four million That's according to the latest numbers from Johns Hopkins University. They're reporting a global average of almost 8000 deaths every day of the past week. In all, the U. S. Brazil and India account for more than a third of all global covid deaths. This also comes as the delta variant of the virus, which doctors say is more contagious and dangerous to unvaccinated people. Is now the dominant strain in the U. S. In
Can Biopharma Fix Its R and D Productivity
"Mike. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much money. We're gonna talk about biopharmaceutical. Rnd productivity challenges with that and a new company of launch called prototype to an approach. That's been successful within the tech industry to address this challenge. I think as long as i've been covering this industry there have been concerns about declining. Rnd productivity we have seen the emergence of new technologies that are supposed to improve that. We certainly seemed therapeutic. Modalities that should allow more efficient drug development. Where are we in terms of rnd productivity day. And how big a problem does it remain for the industry. It's i think it's a big problem But i think you have to quantify that. And i think that reports that suggest that we've seen year-on-year declines in output of the like widens For the amount of money spent so. That's probably the only measure productivity notchers right. I think In if you allow me Shocker analogy. I remember looking at the the brazil. Germany will final awhile ago and he looked at the metrics in brazil to pretty. Well you know the they out shot you know. They got most johnson's hog that they got more shots. In general they have possession but they felt about the ball in the back of the net. Germany molly stood seven times And i think that's one of the issues that was the former industry which is measuring stuff. That doesn't matter. We're measuring christians ice while measuring barely rights face to But the thing that matters getting the ball in the back of the net is Is is in decline despite the increase in spend. So you'd think this you know those curves can't carry on the way that going on. So i say it's one of the big issues but we need to be clear what we mean by
Messi Breaks Argentina's Record for Caps at Copa America Win
"Beat Paraguay one nil. It means for the quarters, Argentina will play Ecuador. Uruguay will face Colombia, Paraguay face Peru and Brazil take on Chile Special mention to Leo Messi, He became Argentina's top, um most capped player 148. Performances for Argentina tennis Next at Wimbledon. It was a rain interrupted first day.
How Exiting the Pandemic Is Affecting Central Banks
"Joe. I feel like it's an interesting time to be central bank. I mean yeah it always is. But i think particularly interesting right now because the the scope of new challenges new economic conditions new forces on sort of like how banking and money and markets work. Lots of new stuff right now. Lots of a new territory. Yes so not. Only are central banks responding to an exceptionally unusual economic crisis in the form of a global pandemic which basically led to the shutdown of the entire economy last year. But they're not now Reacting sort of differently to the recovery. So for instance. We saw the fed coming in more hawkish than expected last week. But it's still on hold for the foreseeable future. You have brazil delivering successive rate hikes to deal with inflation. China's sort of winding down. Some of its easy monetary policies. The ecb hasn't even started tapering or even talking about tapering at this moment. In time so you have all these central banks sort of off and doing their own thing trying to respond to this very new environment. And in the meantime you also have some very interesting ideas floating around on the nature of money so sort of like the very fundamentals of being a central
Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts
"Describe as the creators of luxurious and sustainable resorts. What does luxury mean to you. Yes so it. Luxuries awards That's been misused. Quite often people would refer to objects as luxury sometimes. You might hear someone saying fist. Gold is a luxury all models luxury or thick proud cockpit essentially luxuries that which is read that which is new to you but also true true in In in the way that it rings a in your heart when you touch it or experiences and so that that's in fact the funny enough guiding principle. So i'll i'll cool purpose. Believe very strongly that any organization must have a us beyond simply enriching. Shell does like a benign apartments and paying employees. A salary and when you can do that it can be very meaningful. And i'll co platypuses slow life engaging in imaginative like essentially we're offering our guest luxuries whilst minimizing our impact on the environment and also enhancing the health of our guests at the same time and the question is. How do that and we do that. By being creative and innovative ovation need structure. And so i've guiding principle that drives that structure that railway track the drives that engine of creativity. Is this phrase intelligent luxury we. We're taking the latin origin of intelligence into lego to try and understand what luxuries about. I think when you can do that when you question what for your clients especially when the context off our clients has changed so i recall when we opened back in the nineties. The people who had come to us were largely the landed gentry that inherited that wealth. Living in foams of big states though. Jerry have access to fresh air. Fresh foods face privacy and then that changed you have the internet revolution. You had the emergence of the brakes. Brazil russia india china reaganism factories. Over the last forty years. The successful have become urban. If you look at the sunday times rich list mighty percents all self-made oven longer. The landed gentry and so what. The successful took Granted in the pause is now wrapped that bit of fresh air is a scarcity in beijing closed schools for three or four hour weeks of the year. It's the same. I think in delhi some weights even singapore. They have that issue because of the lack of fresh air. So it's it's a rarity in another context Fresh food is a challenge and privacy and space us huge premium so so hence our brand offering to our guest this idea of inspiring a lifetime of wrecks experiences. But that's essentially what people want and we find the nowadays most of our clients a spending more money on experiences than products.
Lionel Messi Equals Argentina's All-Time Appearance Record
"And of course another record Leeann messy making the most appearances now in history of the junior national team matching maturana. Oh how would you rate his performance. Joe's he was good really in by example and we sat down the other day he looked like a modern emission like name for brazil to win the copa america. Finally winning something with argentina. He will beat the record. Now of masha. Rhino in time against bolivia. She's the next game. He's got all week to rest hallway to prepare for the next game to come to the rest of this competition then there's the quarterfinals etc
Soccer Stadiums Double as UK Vaccination Sites
"Anti government protesters took to the streets across Brazil as the nation's Kevin nineteen death toll soared past half the median thousands gathered in Rio de Janeiro holding places implying thing gets help listeners and five hundred thousand deaths his phones similar marches took place in at least twenty two of Brazil's twenty six states the protests were prevented by opposition parties emboldened by the president's declining poll ratings as next year's presidential race names many of us in our supporters have held rallies over the past month to show their support for his decision to dismiss coronavirus restrictions in favor of protecting businesses critics say such measures have contributed to soaring death toll and a sluggish faxing campaign the country of some two hundred and thirteen million people is registering nearly a hundred thousand new infections and two hundred thousand deaths a day I'm Karen Thomas
As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President
"Today to demand the impeachment of the president. A BCS Claire Bauer reports from Rio de Janeiro as Brazil marked half a million lives lost to Covid 19. Thousands of protesters marched in cities across the country Saturday, blaming President Bolsonaro is handling of the pandemic for the devastating death toll. By demonstrators held signs with the names of loved ones lost. One sign reading. Who do you call when the president kills your dad? Others demanded more vaccines to date only 11% of Brazilian fully vaccinated, and health officials warn the country could be on the cusp of a third wave. Player Power. ABC NEWS Ready JANEIRO,
"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings
"I think more than once i changed my plants so instead of traveling to brazil i try In the south there is one Actually at choose small cities that they are really close That is a model cannella. Okay they there in the region where you have a lot of german descendants awhile. Yeah okay i can. I can look at it from the first pictures i can. You can see the german Influence exactly this place is amazing and one thing that it's it's it's nice is that two are actually prepare to receive tourists. Wow 'cause yet like it. If i just pulled up this picture to a regular american our guaranteed ninety nine would never say it was in brazil. Yeah that'll it's at. It's another really really nice place. This is a stone church. Yeah and if you go down you may found a lake a lake. That is the black lake or dark. Lake here have a waterfall. It's really really really nice. Also oh yeah man. That's an so this is really beautiful place out this the lake right here. Yeah yeah jesus mall. One is the lake that the picture is is really bad but right. Yeah but it's it's a place that you can easily go. You know that you have a really nice service and you know that places. Beautiful people is prepared to receive. So this place i would suggest a lot choo choo visit if you have the opportunity to countries you to to the salts yet. That's wild man that does that does not look like the brazil. I would assume most outside of brazil would thank. Yeah that is so so unique that immigrants that came they're made their own and are very very doing very well seemed very vibrant culture. I know happens here quite often more so now it might just be you know. You've got that loud minority that you hear a lot but god forbid like an immigrant comes to america which that's how our country was.
"brazil" Discussed on Reds Ramblings
"A really good people here. Hard working people. Dan wang we got stuck because of those guys and also is this crazy. The i'm sorry. Go ahead please f. i think that's it. I think. I think our government is the biggest problem right now in. Oh and there's a lot of reforms that have to do And and they just don't care you know they just passed the laws that that. It's better for them. I think it's probably safe to say. That's definitely worldwide thing you give a human power a person power. Not they're not gonna to want to give it up and you know if you're running for a position in politics whatever yet option you're not gonna come out and say i'm doing this for me to better myself might be no you're going to. You're going to play you know put on a face like i'm trying to make all you guys have all you. My family will blah but sometimes that happens. A lot of countries are guilty of that. I mean you could argue my country's kinda going that route potentially right now and we're battling fat currently as we speak but it seems to have made good changes. It's sad though just like that. You have a group. Dat put a blemish on the progress that has been made and psych. Was it all one. Step forward two steps back sometimes teams. I would hope especially how. I'm would definitely assume that there are other. Numerous individuals like yourself in brazil as a whole that thank the same that want brazil to be on top and do better because again i mean. I don't see how anybody wants bad things to happen for anybody. If you don't like the person come on now so hopefully in the future you're forced to have to move out of the country that is yours and everything is better. I would like to see that. Because again if i come down to get some pizza and you've moved out gone new. I go what. I don't know yet you only have six thousand blazes..
"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition
"They're very active. Direction is a growing along with this offensive. That started with a dynamic At the same time the pandemic creates a problem. Because you cannot go through the streets you cannot make demonstrations because of the social distance you have to maintain so that's it's creating a big problem. The grass roots movements are so active that they some of them started to go to the streets even if their recommendation is not like that because the situation got very hurry that a until mid june so the question is after the pandemic we will see if those movements have really strength among the beautiful and distributions. As i said before they are reacting more or less dr reacting the supreme court reacted in a very strong manner during a out say pre made and especially june before Stopped and maybe that was one of the reasons because why he stopped and maybe he was concept by the minute. Search do that. We don't know exact. The congress as i said was more independent before alliance. He made this alliance is really something that creates a problem for the democratic movement in brazil india and the democrats resistance in brazil but things are a move and maybe this is also can change but because those people who are now in alliance with our they are not They just accepted an alliance a topic alliance with the government. We don't know how much this is going to last in an interview you did recently andre with a brazilian newspaper. You talk to buy it boston. Ariza in transition and use this metaphor of the of the zigzag the zigzag movement and you said we're sort of in in the zig where we can sort of be waiting for the for the zag in other words. The transition is not has not been accomplished seeing all the signs that you're that you're talking about. What do you imagine. The next part of of both sonars transition might be. I would say that we are seeing something is changing and Base support of norwich changing his alliance in congress is changing his decision to throw allowed to his alliance with the more so nowadays cannot say that. He's fighting against the old in in brazilian. And how old politics in in brazil today there there are. News in brasilia are talking on monday. The death of august and they are news about He's stride to to raise money to keep this kind of money. Transfer to the people if he's going be successful or not. We don't know so. That's the thing of zach. Does that should be something that he comes back. Maybe he can He's not successful and it dries to come to come back in. He's he's going to be successful in coming back. We.
"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition
"He strang all the time to call attention upon himself. He's trying to lead and to mobilize a grew. The bowl shows that he has something like a fifteen percent of people with really They are not thirty. Percent may be fifteen percent. Yes on the other way. That's the second part of my answer. That military participation unique matic academia was surprised but what is happening in brazil. We never thought mitchell. We're going to come back we really. We're convinced that that was something off the best in brazil something that stopped in the eighties and after twenty years of military regime and we really thought that that was not never been happening. Gef i'm very unhappy to say that iraq and day are coming back but it's not clear how their turn back and exactly what they want in who they are and if they really have support from the active forces if they are more retired military people who decided to support the government. You've described several ways in which bolsonaro is a roading brazilian democracy in an really profound ways. And i wanted to ask you about what forms of resistance opposition. There might be in the country. And i guess i guess i was thinking about three different arenas in which we might think about. Opposition one would be within the political institutions and structures themselves which is clearly undermining another might be other grassroots popular movement level and perhaps unions and finally the press. And i wondered if you could say a little bit about each of those different arenas and and what kind of is there with thoughts of the twenty twenty two election on the horizon. Thank you very much for the excellent question. If you allow me. I'll start with the press because really there is something very very interesting that few very aggressive with the press i think like trump also very very aggressive and. This is a little surprising amazing. Because you know a president which don't have good connections with the press in in a country like brazil more or less his managed but it looks like he's not worried about this and i think that he he thinks the social media can replace. The brass is something very new reminds. Me is steve bannon. I know i don't know very much about that. But it's something something unusual but it's happening so depress it Becoming against the against the. And i say the stab wish breast the big of we call them of the big breasts. Big papers victim. Division networks in those kind of vague was during the pandemic debt came more stronger this opposition between brass sonar. And we have now some situations in which journalists are being Having physical problems you know. They are being subjected to aggressions and physical aggressions. And things like that here. and there. it's not it's not an epidemic. Think and i hope it becomes like that but it's something we have to note while the second thing is about the grassroots movements and the.
"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition
"For us this money transfer and date they are talking about. Stunning dis. For two more after death making program which is bigger than both of which was done by lula so we are in the middle of a process. We know it's going to happen. But it seems training and you have an election in twenty twenty two and you can see a scenario in which both scenario is cemented this new base by giving people the money to put food on the table and perhaps that electric will be less concerned or may even welcome. Some of the more authoritarian measures that his government might go to take to. What extent. Do you see some sense of a plan in what bolsonaro is doing. And to what extent do you think he's reacting to events and making up the program as events come along is a result of core plan behind both in arizona or is it opportunistic. Is i'll try to answer the question. Three barks to make fear. Because it's difficult to answer i. I think there is a plan. In west respects off eroding democracy. He was more or less clear about that in more or less like i think it is in the united states you know. There were menacing stood democracy. There were lots of rhetoric against democracy at the same time. He says his a democrat and he he wants to fight against the laughed and laughed is not democratic. In this whole thing. This is more. Or less what i think. Our listeners knows about the politics all around the world. The second thing is during the pandemic i would say that there was a lot of accidents Facts things that were not blend. The pandemic was it happened subtly. Nobody thought this was going to be how it's working and and really brazil was not bear so i think as i said before i the whole the government proposed two hundred has for the money transfer and it was changed by congress and it was lead by the left in the left wants that money dress shirts is stays on six hundred in should be standard along times a further because the left knows that the people needs it very very much at the same time. There was this Very inspected decision by the president which was to throw away the justice minister which was a judge a former judge said mode which was very very working for his election and he did it because he wanted. I think to control the should be called our fbi police in brazil and and he lost support in the middle class but he is now getting support from people which never supported him. That's i think more or less accidents and the third part of my answer is to say if there is a core of the whole thing. Is that our wants to be reelected in two thousand twenty two. That's absolutely clear and that election is going to be very very important because if he is reelected that legitimate everything. That's happening in brazil's so it's a very very important election and he's decided to win and if there is a plan entree into also narrow the architects of the plan. You mentioned in your article this idea of the lightning conductor which seems to suggest that bind bolsonaro are larger military interests who perhaps see him as an instrument rather than an architect. That's a very good Track to answer again in two parts first of all is a leader is a strange kind of leader. Because sometimes he says thanks. That looks like nonsense but anyway from my point of view he knows what he's.
"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition
"So everybody thought that was going to be isolated. And he's going to fall by for instance but he started to make several moves and sees more or less on that moves. I was that the lions i told you before about Huge group in the chamber and in congress in general and dr move was Maybe accidental because what happened was that As i think that most governments into world made there was a decision to give to make transfer of money to the poor people and the people who who need. They are not so bored because you have now kind of money. Transfer to more or less. Half of the workforce in brazil sixty two million people. But the interesting thing is that The government both on governor had proposed a very small amount. Two hundred ray is and the congress decided to make a a transfer three times that six hundred tax which can go to a hundred thousand two hundred because if the house has only one parent and not to the woman. Generally the women are the persons who are allowed it to receive to pass verse which makes a thousand two hundred which is a lot of money not in absolute terms which is not but in some regions of brazil which are very poor regions and weird things are cheaper may be for our listeners. In england is useful to know that the both of media transfer which is the most important social program for poopie. Barbara is two hundred hats. And you have the same person. Receiving a thousand two hundred for april may and june and it was extended to july and august. Nobody knows what's going to happen because now it ends but the government is saying maybe he's going to extend it to a september october and what happened. Is those feeble. It's not very very clear because the polls are not very definite about it. Looks like some of those people are very grateful joel at the president and they are starting to support him and that's planes that he lost his based on meal glass but he's winning a base among the people in brazil. That sir in this is making a shift because the government's never worried about the poor people from the beginning so it's kind of ultra liberal foxy now the talking about what they are going to do for those people. They have standard once.
"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition
"Is professor of political science at the university of sao paulo and was press secretary in the forest lula administration and the attitude. Thousands parallels are perhaps all too easy to draw between brazil and president jaya bolsonaro and trump's america. Both countries run by men fixated on their own reelection and dismissive of the seriousness of covid nineteen despite their nation soaring death tolls both at war with her judges mayors and state governors hostile to their media and increasingly hardline in their rhetoric. But with the help of andrei. I wanted to look at what makes brazil distinctive. I disowned particular form of authoritarianism by stealth. Because as he writes in his recent article in lemoyne diplomats the covid nineteen pandemic has enabled both an ro to accelerate his erosion brazilian democracy and at the same time. The composition of the president support base seems to be undergoing a significant shift. Is the plan to boston. Ariza him behind staying in power democracy. We'll return to that. But with the coronavirus still ravaging his country. When we spoke on the tenth of august. I began by asking andrei about brazil. Experience of the pandemic brasilia's dealing very very bad with the pandemic. We are the second country with the largest number of owed to the coronavirus above us. It's only the united states of america and We have in common. We denied the state's a president who practices denials. He denies the danger that the virus represents for the for the people and he has done a lot of actions and measures to keep everything working specifically he. He was all the time trying to keep economic going on. And we know as the world health organization says that if you don't keep people in their houses in the beginning of the pandemic things are going to be very very bet. Nowadays we have around a thousand deaths every day which is a very very big figure and we don't know how this is going to end. Yesterday it was a very sad day brazil because we hit the number one hundred thousand deaths so we are really very worried very very sad new yet. We are mourning. Our that's in brazil and given that situation are people blaming the president also narrow directly. Are they seeing this terrible death. Toll this lack of concerted effective response to the pandemic. Are they seeing him. As absolutely the person who's responsible for it or views vary according to the last bowl that i have which is around a month ago more or less a half of the people. We're blaming voshel. Nado for what is happening in brazil they..
"brazil" Discussed on The Signal
"Say Time. Is Those numbers been climbing? There's been a separate, but not totally unrelated political crisis on faulting. Brazil's the only country that I can think of. That's going through obviously a health crisis. And an economic crisis, but also a political prices, the president in his family's being investigated for corruption and obstruction of justice, and on top of that they are calling for the military. His allies are calling for the military to step in. And take over the government now that would bring Brazil back to a military regime which it took off in the eighties, and in Brazil has a relatively young democracy, so a lot of the checks and balances haven't been tested. And, even without the military stepping in the government, itself is showing some very serious signs of instability. Position is asking for an impeachment and so this would be the second impeachment since two thousand sixteen, so. That would be you know an under any circumstances that would be stabilizing, but when you're also talking about a country that's undergoing pandemic. This is the time when you need unified leadership. So to think of potentially having an impeachment in the middle of all of this, obviously, the response to Corona virus is. Going to be affected as well on top of that. Brazil has gone through three ministers. Since the start of this crisis, the previous to have clashed with also Nado a scenario has pushed for the use of hydrochloric win as as antidote to coronavirus he's called for the end of social distancing policies and the two former health ministers were not on board with that, and so both of them clashes him in both of them are now going. We're seeing a third health minister, and obviously with all of this turmoil. It's really difficult to get a a unified response to a pandemic. This large.
"brazil" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Safe to say that. When we have a sanitary crisis spiraling out of control. And? We have an economic depression knocking on our doors. It's safe to say that. We're heading towards a humanitarian crisis in Brazil. And that's fuel for social unrest and it was shocked me. If. We don't see a deterioration of the social fabric I'm I'm very scared of. What kind of society? Where we have in the. Post, pandemic, world. Really scared. Stavros I wish you all the best and and we're. We're hoping for the best Brazil.
"brazil" Discussed on Today, Explained
"When it comes to Covid nineteen no one does it worse than the United States. We've got two million confirmed cases and counting. We never fully shutdown, but we're super into reopening, and now we're seeing huge. Cova spikes all over the country. Is considering reopening its borders banning Americans from traveling there, the border with Canada remains closed. Nobody wants to play in the sandbox with us because we are the worst were number one, but Brazil is catching up, and the similarities are astonishing, never really shutdown check a president recommending hydroxy chloroquine check concerns over healthcare infrastructure check, but unlike the United States. Brazil has the added risk that if things get really really bad, the military might step in and take over so long democracy. We got in touch with Gustavo. He Bairro to find out how close Brazil is to that desperate scenario, a major analyst political. And I am in Sao Paulo. He runs the Brazilian report. It's an English language news site that covers Brazilian politics. We spoke just after Brazil hit a familiar sounding milestone over one million people have been infected here over fifty thousand people died, and that makes the pandemic the deadliest event in Brazilian history. Of course, barring colonization and slavery, but it has already killed more people than our war against Paraguay in the nineteenth century, which lasted for six full years, and has only been four mouse since the first case was confirmed here we are now confirming more cases per day on the seven day, average basis than any other country in the world, and that's despite Brazil, having more than one hundred million fewer people than the US. Woven, eighteen got to Brazil, lading, February and it was a disease of the rich, because covid nineteen did not come from Asia to Brazil. We came from era became from your residence. Who are either doing business trips to North Anita Lee or A vacation trip. The thing is a lot of people really disregarded. The coronavirus s a little flew guillotine a coup from our president who has called the sniffles which you want. It was just a little cold, said Brazil's president when the crisis started. So nobody was really concerned about the corona virus at the beginning, and we saw a lot of boss, Chu Housemaid transmission, and then the housemaid who would go back to her neighborhood, than than in fact, family members and members of her neighborhoods. So the first case of a nineteen death in the state of Frio was very telling us that dynamic. It was a sixty three year olds house made worked for a wealthy family in an upscale neighborhoods in Rio and her boss did not mention she had contracted the corona fibers. She fact housemates when the housemate started showing symptoms should then took a two hour taxi back to her home in the countryside town north of Frio, and since she was diabetic, she had a history of high blood pressure. Should I in the following afternoon? Sabat you live in the biggest city in South America. What's the Kovic situation there? Some fumble is the Brazilian epicenter of the Corona Virus. If become the greater some follow area, twenty, three, twenty, five million people, and we are seeing the disease spreading around lower income neighborhoods, and that's why also has become so much more. than. It was at the beginning of the outbreak. This homeless shelter in some powder, the beds have been fooled since the stopped the pandemic. Any suspected of covert. Such in. The several weeks team nine medics from Doctors without borders is come to take their temperatures and identify cases. Some projections have that some Paulo alone could have up to one point two million cases, and now the virus is traveling through the countryside in fast pace with the first city to see a healthcare collapse were in the Amazon states. When we talk about the Amazon states, we're not talking only about indigenous or native communities, but lot of urban communities. We have a few urban centers they're. Most cities they're simply do not have an intensive care unit. Sometimes, they don't even have hospitals. The mortality rate among Brazil's indigenous people twice as high as other Brazilians, the military is being sentenced to help communities with tasting, but salmon in the Amazon region say it's too late and accused the president of abandoning them. A lot of people die before even realizing that they got the coronavirus, and before having the opportunity to get treatment and then effect that biologically. Many of these communities, because there are so reclusive because they have solely to contact with urban populations there even last prepared. When you get the map of the coronavirus prides, and then you see, the roads and the rivers that explains zoo the path of the virus, because for instance. River. Transportation is the number one transportation in the Amazon, and that means that the law of people are close to each other in small boats, traveling for several hours often, and if one person is infected, we can have dozens of people leaving boats, carrying the virus as well so that's how the virus spread so quickly and then It's also the fact that these areas are extremely warm. Sometimes they live five six seven people. We in a small shacks, and then you ask them to stay at home with. Eighty percent humidity and thirty five degrees Celsius heat so social distancing. was very hard to implement in these areas and it never really. was followed by the population. So that also helps explain why. The coronavirus spread so quickly in the Amazon bodies lie on hospital policy in the city of Manassas in the north while doctors tell us the health system across the country. It collapsed. We saw Manaus. Which is the biggest city in the Amazon, it was the first to experience a full-scale collapse to the point that the burial services they were not prepared to dig as many graves, and they didn't have enough coffins for everyone. Buried hundreds upon hundreds hair. And I ready, but thousands more. This is just one cemetery where they're filling the graves as fast as they can dig them. Still not fast enough. We are stuck in the worst of two worlds here. The economy's tanking as it is everywhere in the world, but the problem is. A very informal economy, which means that tens of millions of people in Brazil it's not that the live paycheck to paycheck they have to go out every single day and make their living in order to have something treat phase, running out of food outweigh any fees Corona virus in downtown Genero. The Flamengo football squad. Does the rounds twice a week? They already distributed more than six hundred meals, but is moments they.
"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Four editions of the term today Alexis Nunez interviewed Rafael. Of course a Brazilian international formerly of Manchester United now with Leon an awesome audit will take to win the six World Cup and he said a lot depends on that talisman. We need name. That's what should we need the need a lot in. I need any to improve things like like I said outside. Beach is important for the with bullets so anything privileged outside the beach to to to come inside the beach in to do his best so I hope you can do that. Then the fee if he if he does have just Enemy when you look at last World Cup of course as well and and before you know he got injuries on stuff like that You could see how like you said on his best day. It's it's almost impossible for anyone to stop him. Do you think now that we're moving on. It will be four years and do you think he would have matured enough to be that leader. That Brazil needs. I think I think they might not leader. I don't think is this to him but I think he can he can. He can do the dating he does because like you said he's if he's good if he's like he focusing concentrate lease Ribaud. He's the best player in the world. I think not is is first option of life Today you know what I mean like. He if so many stuff founding so many things so he thinks he's my i. I don't need to do that is to play. Well I don't do you know what I mean so you need you need. You need to a lot of things you need to do and like you said like I said he does that's Someone input he disease. Mind because I know him. I play with him. Everyone Games with him. I have been in within. Anouilh's ahead guy to to listen when you speak. You know good with him now between not not I am saying that you're but he sometimes you don't want to say some people don't want to say don't don't listen to you say you are good. You are magic your they want you to say all the good stuff but the life is not like that and I think he needs to listen more and the that you'd be hard to stop Brazil explosive stuff then from it. Rafael hits the Discussing Franklin birth. But really we have to start with the number one fan of course at ten D to His birthday.
"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"Friday in Brazil Lewis did not Cio Lula da Silva universally known known as Lula was released from prison. His freedom following a year and a half in prison came a day after Brazil. Supreme Court abolished a politically charged change to the rights of people accused of crimes in Brazil. It was long standing. Law enshrined in the Constitution. That people have the right right to remain free. Until all of their appeals were exhausted that law was altered in February of Twenty sixteen ultimately paving the way for Lula's La's imprisonment after being convicted in a sweeping and dubiously run corruption probe. Since Lula has not exhausted all of his avenues for appeal. He was released following that Supreme Court. Decision it's also abundantly clear that the reporting over the past months from the intercept Brazil about the abuses of power power of the current Justice Minister Circle Moro had a major impact in winning. Lula's freedom Moro. Was the top judge in the case that sent Lula to prison. Lula appeared poised to once again win the Brazilian presidency back in two thousand eighteen on the Workers Party ticket but then he was locked up. The intercept Brazil's reporting has revealed clearly that the entire anti corruption investigation that led to Lula's imprisonment was itself corrupt. I'm joined now by my friend and colleague fellow intercept co Founder Glenn Greenwald he spearheaded the incredibly important reporting by the intercept Brazil and he is now under threat of attack from the Bolsonaro regime and its supporters. In fact one of these people right wing journalists attempted to physically assault Glenn during a radio show just last week Glenn Greenwald thanks for joining me. Great to be with you Jeremy. So let's begin with the latest news out of Brazil the freedom for Lewis Not Cio Lula da Silva Lula. What happened there? And what does this all mean. So there's a technical legal aspect to it and then there's there's a political journalistic won. The technical legal aspect is that the constitution in Brazil says that you cannot be imprisoned when you're you're convicted of a crime while you have appeals pending in other words until all of your appeals are exhausted and the anti-corruption probe run by Sergio Mora. Who's now Bolsonaro as Justice Minister Mr and these this team of prosecutors disregarded that and they started imprisoning people after they lost their first appeal? which is the case was with Lou? They ordered imprisoned after after he lost his first appeal even though he had three left and the Supreme Court ruled not for Lulu but for everybody that because of the constitutions clear language you can't put the people in prison until their appeals are exhausted absence some violence or some likelihood that they're going to injure somebody or impede the investigation and once they ruled that a the judge said that's not Louis case and they released.
"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Welcoming. Sedition. ESPN FCA. I'm Dan, Thomas, John by Craig Burley and shocker Hislop's you wrongly with us shortly as we kick things off in the copper America. Brazil inaction against Peru. It'd been rather lackluster, from the host so far three no win over. Bolivia didn't exactly get people excited my goalless show against Venezuela, meant, there was some pressure home, Chico ING into this match. However, twelve minutes in Kesse, Mira makes it one now Brazil fix dot setpiece little flick on the near post. Presser bureau comes cross again boil up the post he's right there. Right. Right time to coke didn't have the best of matches because this is clear and sale for main, well, and then it's the no look, finish course not only is only got two classic goalkeeper brainless ten years. He's left and he's a he's a plan. They ended with a simple pas and he's tried to launch a few through for me. No conscious straw, fate goalkeeping ten minutes later editon starting a head of retaliation after impressing coming off the bench, and he will make it three now the Ecuadoran goalkeeper, how decency before this guy Lacey. But then never turned tease us up from Saudi books beaten about the near post should have done a whole lot better into the second half week. Oh, and Donny Alvez's gets on the school shaped to make it four nil. Yeah. I'll pick them up. Then let's go and it's not the quickest anymore has it and how he's able through. There is just MS William would come off the bench and do this. Yeah. This is treated montville young. Absolutely nothing. Anybody could do about that cutting inside inches inside that fall post? And then we continue penalty goal. Keep bingo, isn't it? Yeah. I'm coming out lodge, whether you lay. Let's see. Then taught you. That's off his penalty though, is save. Joffe light now. Dealers s'mores engine for the goalkeeper to finish his Brazil five Peru nil Brazil then through to the knockout stages joined by Venezuela, who beat Bolivia by three goals to nil boys Wien awesome. Brazil haven't we follow this woman, very pool compared to what we expect from them? But he was so much better doing much better. Well, the where but were aided and abetted by some horrific decision making from Peru. Some defending the first goal just said piece flick combat. Casimiro said that's can you wear wall. Something's. That's how to defend the second goal. Is only going to? Who said it but goalkeepers? Ended, you only go to pass it ten yards with no block. And he tries to fire through a, a yellow jersey stood right in front of them. Right. Simple that you turn down chasing the game then he is near post. Then melt-up coming to have. Post and then it comes out the Bill in China shop gives a penalty with. So this three goals show this three from nothing so hot. I mean this from Brazil, of course, as, as we've been more excitement, but it's hot pies. The gifts that go through, but Peru, on bond, sign of the day know team some beans, and all I know in leading up to this game people live against Venezuela. So you look at that sense beat Bolivia drew hobby. Hardly. That's hardly number crunching children, if we're holding Brazil to the standard in which we have over the zoo, Salafia Venezuela, Brazil number eleven that so much in those two games in terrible against on the first half against Bolivia..
"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"We also have a difference in what we dream of. For Brazil. My Brazil is that of democracy and freedom and his Brazil is that of dictatorship in torture. If you were to win your ticket with a died, do you believe the Brazilian military will accept the results as valid or will they denounce it as fraud as Bolsonaro is encouraging them to do and on the other side of Bolsonaro wins? Do you believe that the Brazilian military will impose limits on him if he tries to attack the basic foundations of Brazilian democracy, or will they be a voluntary and eager participant in that attack? It was TV earned two to that of UC Mustang the not going, but go into that. But Danes dodge you, Steve them before formally becoming a candidate when I was still the status as free candidate for president and Adat was also pretended early in the year. We were both in separate meetings in which general villas boas the commander of. The armed forces in Brazil talks the presidential candidates. And I left with the conviction that the armed forces are committed to the democratic state of law, and they know that they are subordinate to the president. So this is the instrumentation I have of the conversation I had with general villas boas. This is my impression. Nobody was USA was keyboard on out of audio. Cobb is posed, this matters Iki to even because all of us in Brazil know that both Inada was expelled from the armed forces and therefore he does not represent them. Gee, Geno twelve sewn democrat. Although he wants to and he flirts with remnants of a period of military dictatorship, I am very much expecting that we will win the elections and that we will continue with this cycle that started in nineteen eighty nine awkward that out we will be following the federal constitution eight where the armed forces have an important role. I would say a strategic role for the sovereign and development of Brazil subject that they work, and they have the responsibility to protect your territory to guarantee peace and result and in our continent. And I know that they can work with us on important projects related to the defense industry that is strategic so that Brazil can continue to grow z.. But as you, I know that in Brazil, there is no tradition of intrigue and anti nationalism in the armed forces that's Wilson autos tradition, Illinois the things out of this, not Stanford Brazil. So he contradicts the Val. Values of those he claims to represent because we, I repeat, I do not know a military man who does not on our who does not say there's not claim to honor the Brazilian flag and Pfeiffer country's sovereignty will knee gang. Whoever wants to hand over Brazil and give away a riches. He has no commitment with that flag congresswoman. I know that you are very immersed in this election battling quite intensely and are very busy. So I really appreciate once again, you're taking the time out to speak with me today, but God that chief for like when she thank you. It was a pleasure to talk to Manuela. Dabbagh is the candidate for vice president on the Workers Party ticket. The voice over in English was done by my colleague Bruna Delara of the intercept Brazil. A major global controversy over the last ten days has engulfed the western media as well as the media in the Middle East relating to Saudi Arabia arising out of the October second disappearance of Washington Post columnist and Saudi citizens. Jamal cuss Shoghi who entered the Saudi consulate in instant Turkey on that date in order to obtain documents he needed to marry his fiancee and never emerged. Again, speculation immediately arose and has spin sustained that his disappearance was either an attempted abduction or a murder by agents dispatched by the Saudi government. That was what the Turkish government has been saying. Since the event took place insisting that they have audio and video tape proving that this occurred, though it has not yet been publicly released or heard on Tuesday afternoon. President Trump tweeted, quote. Just spoke with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia who totally denied any knowledge of what took place in their Turkish consulate. He was with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo during the call and told me that he has already started and will rapidly expand a full incomplete investigation into this matter..
"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Do you get impression impression no the as as many great players as brazil have in the team including name they seem to have a respect for themselves in the country and the team name on it goes goes in plays league on and takes mikio of opponents and and just tries to be flashy you don't see that with brazil side from anybody not just nema but the law they seem to have a respect for for the game and he jello looking for a segue to from brazil to england tells him jokes remind ing h one on so advance out of group g when we discussed the full stephen shocking you got the going out in the round of sixteen against colombia maybe you looking at it without be failure thing i don't think i don't think any expectations in england linguine some who sti do with normally get knocked out stage i'm sure everybody would be would be particularly ball because it's all shabelle on when then when finished of the grip in brazil grip that cost rica wasn't by the ethylene uruguayan they're so costly for the prize but that was a difficult grip of with teams genetic data unpardonable right you're saying if england that i'm not oh that was tough group when he got them up ever shange ever since not everybody iceland there's been a completely different feeling around english almost everybody's given opens late well if you don't want it really mom stevie impression i get really mom but then the pill grow.
"brazil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I've heard that the chad ooh woo a now arise dubious la la la have made in brazil no boy the you wow please.
"brazil" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"S trying to change the name of the different ways they're going to a organiz factor anger that data whatever so for example there was one president in brazil we've been confiscated money from every bodies bank account savings accounts this had been i two uh yes so if you had over 50000 your bank account the government will use that money to dispose or pay for their debts and then the government will pay you slightly towards twenty years on the bail while in off kind also but these was in our shock like over overnights people had a heart tags people die people got sick people lost their loss business never years they're giving on government bonds without permission yet now awesome and this this president ended up getting pitch for that s a buttered the economy brazil in the past ten years has been fantastic during two thousand seven eight and nine and ten brazil did not go through a recession at all although her around was with on the on the congress uh on the planet growing a three to four percent per year but the current president are the ones shoot she gotti peach against brazil has a good reputation for impeaching antiquing president salvador that'll do a good job so this is actually good for other counters to follow the example i ari she will splaying she was playing with the budgets a system saying that the government had a certain amount but she was not paint the banks to pay the government bills yet so she was kind of holding back cooking the books basically the present the books and there she was legal.