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Fresh update on "emmanuel" discussed on Fear And Greed
"Okay now we get to the point in the program where we go through the biggest story of the wake the sleeper story the most remarkable story and favorite story and sean. Let's say whether we agree on these ones. I think that the biggest story of the week was scott morrison and his round the world in seven days trip. I totally agree. He was resplendent. In the strenu- in moscow i thought hanging out with jay baden. Boris johnson from the united kingdom narendra modi from india emmanuel macron. From not definitely not emmanuel macron from france they not actually with a pretty impressive If it from the prime minister this week obviously the wake started at the back. End of the deal with the united states in the united kingdom to create all costs which includes buying nucleus sobs with eighty billion. Dollars will allow said. France was as a result of that. We also know how it said by. Gene was saying was philly provocative move of the prime was in washington to the official announcement. And it really work out. Well for scott morrison. He's closely aligned. Australia with the united states in the united kingdom sending the most enduring allies. We've had over the long term but he's pushed it away from china not everyone's happy with that poll katie's not happy with the former prime minister nor many the miners who so plenty of products to beijing. But markel of got us. I one of the hots fa- mine was scott. Morrison sitting down with narendra modi the prime minister of india agreeing to fight climate change now. India is one of the biggest meetings in the world and on a pro rata basis as in head of population. Ceos australia by countries have titled refused to commit to cabin neutrality by twenty fifty but they they were preaching to the rest of the world how they would lead the way in reducing carbon emissions as quite extraordinary and i did say in a series of meetings that the prime minister had with both sides of politics in the us that at one point he was being thanked for his leadership on climate policy. Am i exactly which which did distract me as a little. Bit on the fan of nancy pelosi. I think she's an incredibly capable individual. I think she got that one wrong. Maybe maybe she'd spike in the just freudenberg few days earlier or something because he came out yesterday saying that the government should commit to a carbon neutrality by twenty fifty even barnaby joyce khanna my noises yesterday that it wasn't a bad idea so i suspect they evening the why before the glasgow meeting later in the year four strategy to do that. The shift is starting or the sleeper story of the week. For you show. And what was it well for me. I think it was the one way zip code boarding exist money which is an indian boy. Now piloted group. It's gonna live million registered users and bet ten thousand online merchants. Now that sounds like a lot but not really for india given. That's got a one point. Four billion dollar population. Why i think. It's a sleeper stranded. Companies have really struggled to get into india. It's incredibly bureaucratic. And a lot of the regulations..
French President Macron Talks to Biden Amid "Grave Crisis" Over Submarines
"On wednesday. President biden and french president emmanuel macron attempted to repair their damaged relationship during a phone call their first since france reacted with outrage to a us deal to sell submarines to australia. That deal had undermined of french. Deal to sell submarines to australia. We're hopeful and the president is hopeful. This is a step in returning to normal in a long important abiding relationship that the united states has with france It was after the call. France said that it would reinstate the french ambassador to the us whom it had recalled to france in an act of protest
France's Macron to Talk to Biden Amid Crisis Over Submarines
"French president Emmanuel macron will speak with president Biden for the first time since the diplomatic sponsor rocketed between the two nations the disagreement which the French according a grave crisis breakouts I first submarine deal with Australia Australia ended a twenty sixteen contract with billions of dollars with France to build twelve diesel electric submarines in favor of the U. S. contracts for a nuclear powered submarines Franz recalled its ambassadors from the US and Australia and a sign of the severity of the crisis in an interview on French TV press spokesperson Gabrielle S. house said both leaders will talk because they have to move on what's at stake in this a fad this crisis also a provision being come out of the U. S. deal with Australia is a sign of America's pivot towards the Indo Pacific region as China bolsters its implements that front feels the deal steps on its feet in a region where it has long had a strong presence I'm Karen Thomas
Australia Says France Knew of 'Grave' Submarine Concerns
"Australia's prime minister has defended his government's actions the putting out of the deal with France for pizza submarines France accused Australia of hiding its intentions to back out of the ninety billion dollar contracts however Australian prime minister Scott Morrison said France was well aware of the issues before straight you have pulled out of the deal I have would have had every reason to know that we have date and grave concerns president Joe Biden revealed last week in New annoyance including Australia and Britain that would deliver an Australian pizza at least H. nuclear powered submarines the cancellation has caused a diplomatic crisis which has seen falls recorded some bath does to the United States and Australia president Biden French president Emmanuel macron will talk for the first time since the stock began in an attempt by the U. S. to mend relations with the European nation I'm Karen Thomas
France Says Head of Islamic State in Sahara Has Been Killed
"Hi Mike Rossi of reporting Francis says the head of Islamic state and so Hera has been killed French president Emmanuel Muckross death of Islamic state in the greater say Herras leader late Wednesday in a tweet a drone called at non due out while the the al saris killing a major success for the French military French forces have been fighting extremists in the Sahel for more than eight years France was once the colonial power in the region rumors of ulcer always death had circulated for weeks without confirmation also while we claimed responsibility for a twenty seventeen attack in NY share and which for U. S. military personnel and for people with these errors military were killed hi Mike Rossio
Ultra Long Time Series
"My name is a foley counter. I work with essentially neurosis. They'll finance and economics in beijing. China background statistic computing and nowadays we focus on forecasting ways a lot of skill of data on distributed systems. So i haven't yet had the chance to interview anyone specifically about distributed time-series. It seems like that would be some extra challenges because the data sequential what happened before relates to what happens next. How can you spread that across. Many machines disputed hampshire is is just time is that alcohol. it can't be billions of observations. Historically we build up statistical models based on assumptions the narrative and other assumptions those assumptions do not work on distributed system and the industry like apache spark actually defacto standard for data processing and the the street people star a huge amount of data on distributed systems. We how to make a model that really works on sack disputed system and we have to work on their language to make our forecast more robust bus on his outer series. Yes spark is naturally a good choice to us because it's such a good reputation and a lot of reasons to look at it for big data solutions. But it's not obvious to me that it's necessarily the right choice for time series because it's not really baked in right. They've moved more and more towards like a sequel style and data sets. Are there any technical challenges to implementing time series via spark. And if you consider all single time that's fine but if you think about what we are doing we are streaming tate. Data is like times commun- out like water like re-re coming up now. You're really need nonstop system to process in the whole system. They simultaneously and without much delay that demand for temps is forecast in and out to claim that i think a lot of people agree with me nowadays arteta pam because we collect data. We always have the time stamp. So that's a windy. Temperatures for distributed systems. And there's a new challenge. I think emmanuel areas like atmosphere electricity and adi and other domains
Iraq Brings Together Mideast Rivals in Bid to Ease Tensions
"Iraq is hosting a meeting of arab heads of state aimed at mideast tensions rivals. Iran and saudi arabia are participating. So is french president emmanuel macron. Who said today. France will keep troops in iraq to participate in anti-terrorism operations as long as iraq wants whether or not the us withdraws
Merrifield Has 3 RBIs, Perez Homers as KC Downs Astros 7-1
"Daniel Lynch allowed one run over five innings as the Kansas City Royals won for the fourth straight game beating the Houston Astros seven to one Lynch left the game with a two one lead but the Astros had two on with nobody out in the sixth to mingle Tapia entered the game many worked out at the gym Kansas city's bullpen did not allow a run in four innings and the Royals scored two runs in the seventh and three runs in the eighth to pull away with merry fielded Emmanuel Rivera finished with three hits for Kansas city Adam schooling Houston
Republicans Should Not Embrace Cutting Taxes for the Mega Rich
"One thing that i could critique the republican party for a lot actually over the last decade is that we never should have embraced this belief that we should just cut taxes for the wealthiest people in the country. I'm all for cutting taxes for business owners and entrepreneurs but quite honestly jeff bezos parties going to defend people that use their resources in their assets to actively try to usurp and undermined. The united states of america like no way we should stand for a vibrant and strong american middle class. The american way of life is this. And we've lost this that you should not have to have both the mother and father in the workforce to be able to sustain a middle class family that it should be optional. If the woman wants to on the workforce but there should be jobs available and the social contract should warrant that of just. The man wants to work that they can support a middle class family of four to five children. That used to be the american promise. Now what happens is people either. Have less chiller right. Because they can't sustain it or the woman goes in the workforce. if that's a decision of yours phenomenal. it should not be mandatory. Because what ends up happening. Is they have to farm out. The kids to daycare ends up happening. They have to go in debt because they can't sustain it and the entire cycle of destruction of the middle class way of life starts to go
People Should Not Be Forced To Take Experimental Vaccines
"You're not saying oh no. No shame on you. What you're saying is i resist the mandatory nature. Yes i mean. What i have is a rather moderate political position on this and i'm called this like extremist. I say don't force people to take experimental medicine. How is that an extreme political position right. Nineteen year olds. Shouldn't be forced to take things that there's a lot of questions about and somehow we've allowed ourselves categorized. How do we allow that to happen because the metaphorical bodyguards for us our leaders to secure the blessings of liberty downward secures of really important work secur security. We elect these people to to kind of make. Sure the threats don't hit us to stave off the defenses. And so yeah and then i will also contribute to the conversation which i have earlier just to think openly about the vaccine and just do your research. I am not an expert on marina vaccine. But i've been completely underwhelmed by the experts talking about this. We know according to axios the pfizer vaccine was forty. Two percent effective july forty two percent effective the most vaccinated countries in the world are the ones that had the greatest spike in the chinese corona virus. We know that's true. And we also know that other treatments like ivermectin hydroxy. Chloroquine could be a great option for people however that's not a good business model for the main pharmaceutical companies.
Republican Leaders Have Contempt for Their Own Voters
"We're like okay republican senators. We'll give you the republican senate go. Give us judges. That will defend our way of life against the metropolitan elite. That are going to try to crush us. And what you're seeing is places where we are right now in enid. Oklahoma north dakota jeez. I'm going there next week. Enid oklahoma where they don't like your way of life they want to destroy this. They wanna crush you. They call you the smelly walmart people and they do. You should hear the way your leaders talk about you. They have contempt for you on the federal level and on the state level. They want to try to turn oklahoma into nothing more than a producing colony for the rest of the country. And i want to be very clear. These people work for us. We put them there. And if they're not gonna follow these clear instructions than we have to start to resort to other means which is recalling these people primary in these people until you have republicans that you put in office actually defend the voters that put them there in the first
France: Macron Calls for Unity After Anti-Vaccine Protests
"A day after mass protests around France French president Emmanuel MacColl appealed for unity and mass vaccination to fight the coronavirus singing the French national anthem protesters filled the streets of Paris about a hundred and sixty thousand people came out simple surround Frantz to demonstrate against the special ticket nineteen pasta restaurants and public venues and mandatory vaccinations for health workers medical psychiatry sitting again says she came out to protest to save her job on September the fifteenth I'm not box ninety eight I will do my job Texas a phony five games on a visit to French Polynesia president Michael fun facts saying that what is your freedom what do you say to me I don't want to be vaccinated but tomorrow you infect children although your mother or myself I become the victim of your freedom more than a hundred and eleven thousand people with the fires have died in France I'm Karen Chen mass
Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses
"New widespread investigation found hundreds of politicians. Journalists activists and lawyers around the world have been hacked. The politicians reportedly include francis president emmanuel macron and thirteen other heads of state the journalists worked for organizations like the ap reuters cnn wall street journal and more the washington post and sixteen other news organizations have been investigating the hack. They found evidence of prominent people's iphones were infected with military grade. Spyware from a private firm out of israel called. Nso group that software is able to activate cameras and microphones on phones. For real time surveillance it can also steal photos location records passwords end more however the firm that makes it has denied the reports. It says it spyware is only used to keep track of terrorists and other criminals locate missing children or find survivors of tragedies still the united nations human rights. Chief is calling the investigation. Extremely alarming and french prosecutors are now investigating the spyware for
French President Announces New Rules Due to COVID Delta Variant Surges
"President Emmanuel Macron. Has announced a new health rules to contain the spread of the delta variant of Covid 19. The country is currently hosting the Con film festival with several 1000 guests from all around the world. The key measure announced by President Macron, Um Will make the European Union Digital covid certificate, commonly known as a health passed mandatory good in all cultural venues. You can't go to the movie theater. You can't go to the opera. You can't go to a play. You can't go to the con Film Festival unless you have a a certificate that proves you have been good. You have been back and that's your choice to get vaccinated or not. You just are not going to be allowed to to well mixed with bless you. People starting in August that help starting in all. Are you okay? You don't have anything. Do you? Okay? Are you sneeze? You don't have a you're not a cure. No, no. Starting in August. The health pass will be mandatory in cafes in shops, restaurants as well as trains and planes. And, of course, automotive, no trains and planes and other places, so that's France.
Florida-Based Doctor Arrested in Haiti President's Assassination
"Of that country's president, a Haitian who lives in Florida and says he's a doctor Christian Emmanuel Sanon, authorities say he flew into Haiti on a private jet with several of the alleged gunman. Pfizer meets with government health
Exit polls indicate poor result for Marine Le Pen in French regional elections
"Exit polls in France suggests the far right party of Marine Le Pen has not achieved the big gains it was hoping for in regional elections. The party is expected to come second nationally behind the main center right Republican Party President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party has also fared
Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK
"Despite the good weather and the com- see at not always been harmonious g seven summit in corpus bay. A row has erupted between boris. Johnson and french president emmanuel macron who in a heated discussion about sausages and post brexit trading difficulties reportedly said that northern ireland was not part of the same country as the rest of the u. k. The foreign secretary spoke to andrew more about the incident. So far as you're aware we've spoken to prime minister. I'm sure did president. Matra franz describe northern ireland's being not a proper full part of the uk when you forgive me if i don't divulge the The detail of what was discussed behind closed doors. This and actually i would. I can tell you there. Is you figures here in carb's bay but frankly for months now and years have characterized the woman that under somehow separate country and that is wrong. It is a failure to understand the facts. It is a failure to appreciate what speaking around northern ireland in those times and approaching the issue of the northern ireland protocol in those terms does causes damage to businesses from both communities in northern ireland. Creates deep consternation. And we wouldn't talk about catalonia in barcelona in barcelona or corsica and france in those ways. What we want now is a flexible approach which looks at all of the provisions in the northern ireland protocol not just those that protect the eu but those that protect free flow between trade between great britain and ireland. The ball is in the us court. The pm was very clear about it. We're willing to be flexible and matic. They must come back with the reciprocal goodwill to make
Biden Urges G-7 Leaders to Unite on China, Infrastructure Initiative
"Leaders of the group of seven industrial nations have agreed on an infrastructure plan for developing nations to challenge China's global initiatives Zidan Biden's campaign to unify the world's democratic leaders to compete economically with China reached a turning point to the summit's Biden held talks with France's Emmanuel macron who was happy to have a corporative ally after four years of a trump presidency which had strange Franco US relations I think it's great to have a US president part of the club and the are you willing to to to cooperate side and also met with German chancellor Angela Merkel he downplayed differences on China and the pipeline that would transport natural gas from Russia to Germany bypassing Ukraine never the less both Biden and medical with positive about discussions and by ten articulated his support for the easy to handle its economic issues European Union I had a very strong and vibrant energy Karen Thomas London
Artists Create E-Waste 'Mount Recyclemore' for G7
"Prepared to meet in Cornwall in southwest England, a huge sculpture of their heads in the style of Mount Rushmore in the U. S has been built close to where they're staying. Named. Mount Recycle more. It hopes to highlight the environmental damage caused by throwing away electronic devices. Our reporter. Steffi Apprentice has more. It's one of America's most iconic monuments. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial features the heads of four U. S presidents carved into the rock face in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Now ahead of the G seven meeting and looming more than two stories high. The faces of Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden and Angela Merkel stare out across the Cornish landscape constructed entirely of bits of metal circuit boards, TV screens and smartphones. They're joined by you should Asuka Mario Draghi and Justin Trudeau to make the mountain structure close to the hotel where world leaders will be staying in the English countryside. These people who live near the G seven summit venue, watch the faces being built seen it develop over the last few days, and it's what they've done is schism. Amazing. I think it's a good way of Sort of highlighting just how much the waste there is in the oceans, and hopefully we'll send a good message over to G seven leaders just about we really need to clean the planet up artists Joe Russian Alex Wreckage say they created the sculpture to highlight the huge amount of tech and gadgets that go UN recycled globally each year, with Joe explaining the logic behind depicting the world leaders united They like more to talk to each other and work out a plan that isn't just shifting the problem from one country to another, but actually is a plan. We will work on together, which is how to deal with this waste and how to stop producing so much waste and how to recycle things in these. All these issues have got to be dealt with globally. They can't be dealt with nationally because that's where the problem is. According to the UN at the 53 Million tons of electronic waste generated globally each year, will more than double by 2050, making it the fastest growing waste stream in the world. The artists are hoping their mount recycling more will galvanize the world leaders to tackle the problem. The
"emmanuel" Discussed on 23419
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"emmanuel" Discussed on 23419
"Families also dragged. pwg courts the auditors of the defense pricewaterhouse who live among other asserting and verify. Whether the information would show that almost half of banco restes stockholder's equity was true or not in the course of three years running in six audit never inquired whether the money was in fact deposited in the banks as indicated in the accounting register's. Or if they did. They concealed the truth regarding these available funds from their clients banco arrest just as ordinary people have money in the bank routinely check their bank statements against the stubs of checks issue had the auditors merely compared the figures in the depository bank statements with banker new arrestees accounting records they would have already perceived the misappropriation upon their first audit of the financial state. However not only did they not make this comparison but they also spelled out clearly on various occasions that the information that the funds were effectively deposited in an overseas bank at the disposal of banco. Nora was true as though they had really checked out the existence of such funds in the course of a serious and reliable audit with this assurance they tranquilized the manages shareholders investors and financial market the stock exchange the securities commission and central bank of brazil and at the same time deluded then having failed to comply with so simple and routine obligation price made it possible for certain employees of banco resi to successfully embezzle nearly every month over a period of no less than three years. Huge sums of money coldly astonishingly equivalent of two hundred twenty million by resorting to a very simple expedient namely to take money from the bank's funds and or inform the accounting department letter was still their prices accountability because it failed to comply with the most basic procedures of any auditors work is comparable to that of a duck who fails to wash his hands before going into surgery. And as a result infects the patient or to that of an engineer who miscalculates project thereby causing a bridge to fall. Even that of a night watchman falls asleep on the job and allows a thief to commit larceny. Monologue wasn't giving up his right to suggest this for the way his properties and assets were handled. He didn't only blame everybody. The fcc by budget gundi where was another present. He blamed so he sued them. He attacked just by budget. The integrity but also accused him of theft. One day was moved from prison. Curie medium security and one of the. Things is that from the prison. He would calm. I mean he would tell me things like we don't sell my house. Say your house because we took all assets and we were selling sending them and his. We sold his building there. We sold his flats and had a block of flats on bottling very close to us house. We sold that we sold on its embassy as was club identical building an agenda nice real estate in so bad so when we're setting stuff and sending the money to good back to the client. One of the things we took was a house on osborne number five osborne road which was way he had moved houston catcher and sort before he was arrested. He moved some quote so he had this house in crete and he phoned me from prison and session said said. Look to house the money that you use to acquire. The house is not yours. I was someone by the fcc on the complaint from wounded that had stolen a million dollars from his house when we took possession them so he told you he he will call me begging me that actually sell his house. Eventually when we found people who are serious. I wanted to buy the property. We decided to take physical possession of the property so we we went there. The fcc went there took possession of the property and never set foot never went anywhere near it but he got a lawyer to make a report to the fcc after moore by had been removed from the fcc. Mrs waziri wasn't charged. Made a complaint to the fcc that. I had stolen one million dollars from his house. And i was invited by the fcc estimate. Statement if i was criminal suspect i the the bail and i decided that that sort of behaviour was unacceptable and i brought an action against the obscene which they didn't defend have judgment against the fcc in respect of that but the significant thing is this is under the fcc.
"emmanuel" Discussed on 23419
"Ninety came to testify against the in. Nigeria mr nourish. What was your line of business. Our family company. Nigeria is royal crest company. Our company in nigeria is wholeness company of imported goods like electronic building materials batteries from china hong kong singapore with turnover of twenty five million dollars per annum and i made a profit of around ten to twenty percent of set on over. How did you meet the first defendant. The payment of goods bushes did nigeria was made to my bank. Equitorial trust bank now. Mr swoboda's was my account manager and also the bank manager. Mr swat is introduced. Mr woody to me as one of his old and important plant. I had to buy about two point. Five million dollars monthly to pay my suppliers abroad chief emmanuel informed my father and i in one thousand nine hundred five that an offshore company stanton development corporation was used by him and his partners for the seal and receipt of proceeds from the oil export business. I contacted my clearing and forwarding agent. Mr peter kucha to find out whether the accused had any criminal record told him to inquire from the state security service. Ss and National drug enforcement agency and ely okudah confirmed that they had no criminal records. Describe your first meeting with miss down woody at the time of first meeting. We didn't know about the money. He just mentioned. He had one million dollars to sell to me in the presence of mr suarez for me. The exchange rate was better than the one in the bank. So i immediately accepted. He drowns for the money straight to my account and hong kong and i beat him the naira equivalent. There was a shortage of dollars because the central bank of nigeria had Restricted the seal of dollars. Mr as ninety. What was your relationship with mr agenda. I never met mr an agenda. I never had any business with him. Would the instructions from mr verde. I only released payments. He was on the list hundred to me. I never asked any explanation for the payments. Didn't know any relation. between him and agenda. I read the brass that mr jimbo was assassinated in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I don't read a member. Well so what happened in switzerland. Well we're income tax reasons. We didn't want to have all the money in hong kong. So we opened an account with world bank in zurich. We told our account. Officer mr weisman that we would receive dollar proceeds from all experts at this point. Nigeria had granted crude oil contracts to private persons. And i had seen mr of filling stations. Now when mr woody austin refund part of the money and right to him into our account this is in connection with money we hadn't used. I wasn't alarmed because he never asked me to hide his name as voodoo had more dollars that he needed for his business he introduced some of his friends who had dollars to sell to to invade tax. I had to move money through swiss bank for him. I deceived approximately one. Twenty two million dollars in my account in switzerland over the period. When did you realize there was a problem that was in march. Two thousand one when my account was frozen contacted mr wass man and he said he didn't know exactly what was going on. But that i should appoint a lawyer. Ivan personally to mr woody in order to know what the problem was. He told me he didn't understand what had happened. But just to appoint a good lawyer. But he didn't offer to pay for me so i appointed a lawyer in switzerland. He didn't have five thousand dollars to give us for the legal fees even though he was living like a king. I had heard about the nigerian fraud. But i wasn't expecting mr voted to be a part of it. He had a big influence with a former and current government. You know. His photograph published with President vice-president ministers he even as a big joe with the pope. I honestly that they wouldn't do oil businesses because that was the only explanation why they had much foreign currency. I was judged and convicted by a swiss court in geneva for the funds. I deceived by audit of stanton development company and for laundering the funds that i received on instructions of chief rudy in my accounts in switzerland. I was not convicted. For the approximately six million dollars that i received in hong kong bank account at eubank this judgment only relate to the approximately one hundred and twenty two million dollars. That i received in my accountant switzerland. The judgment was given infringe in the at geneva and communicated to me by an interpreter. English we didn't know that the money was from dubious means and then this came out. We will not only jailed. We were disgraced and shunned by the indian community in nigeria. This testimony given by nourish us ninety cuts doubts to christian by being the mastermind claimed nourish finger And said that he had learned over one hundred and twenty million dollars for him at the end of his testimony. Nirex said he only met christian at margin by imprison once before his death and that was when he wrote a check for him on behalf of nissan moody after that. He saw his obituary in the newspaper. Not rush also says that Used the phone in his house to make calls to brazil and this throughout I had never met with or heard of nelson sakaguchi. I contacted chief manual rudy. When i learned my account had been used for fraud. He told me that he could not understand what was happening and that he was not aware of anything a few months later i deceived an email.
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"Suarez a suspects arrested by the fcc return persecution witness confessed to have moved foreign currencies totaling. Ten point one million dollars on behalf of the soirees gave a detailed description of how one million dollars was lodged into royal crest accounts on how the mets senior he spoke about the delay in the payment of the narrow value of a second tranche. Forex involving sums of one point. Two five million dollars and fifty thousand dollars paid by alday into the royal crest accounts which led to the accused asking for an alternative for expire. So the prosecution had another witness was a forensic investigator from the states. Logan james with william ritchie. My name is logan james. I work with the fbi. I am forensic investigator. Can you tell us what you discovered during the cost of your investigation. When sakaguchi was suspected of making the unauthorized transfers he tried to posture himself as a well-meaning back in the best interest of the bank at heart and making transfers. This posturing involves sakaguchi submitting documents. He claimed that he received from the then. Unrecognized fraudsters instructing him to wire funds. Those documents facts to sakaguchi extensively from the governor of the central bank of nigeria. Evidence shows that those documents faxed to sakaguchi were actually sent by emmanuel. How is he identified. As the center of the fox's unbeknownst to wadi the facts is identify him as the instructing party impersonating his excellency. The governor of the central bank of nigeria because they contain electric fingerprint. The facts headers printed automatically by the centers fax machine on documents. Facts to sakaguchi show that it was a manual them. Bank records produced in switzerland. Show that odin. Big way sent bake instructions to his swiss bankers from the same fax machine. In addition bank telephone records show that sakaguchi called telephone number two three four nine zero five zero zero six five one over one thousand three hundred times one hundred and thirty four of these calls connected and lasted over two minutes. This telephone number was day cellular number at the time specifically miss rosemary. Eliane city testified in her declaration submitted in support for this motion for summary. Adjudication that on june fifth nineteen ninety-seven with the money wire transfer to celebrity escrow core i purchased in my name for new wadi delaski robbins properties for us. Two million eight hundred seventy five thousand later that same day. I called nuance to his cellular number. Two three four nine zero five zero zero six five one and talked to him for a few minutes. But is this enough proof to show that he says sakaguchi to make those transfers it is thus clear that sakaguchi and neurotic were in constant communication with each other in connection with and during the time period spanning the conversations of the bank's funds. Indeed the huge volume of telephone calls from sakaguchi to wada. During the time period shows the tight whole than awadhi have oversight. Jane nawab instructions to sakaguchi during the time period of the misappropriations. Nobody's receipt of stolen funds in the fact that he had no business with the bank. Chose that nevada. Through his use of sakaguchi controlled the.
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"emmanuel" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Their by is crazy. Because the episodes you speak of in the book. I really get to expand on that. The cop episode that. We've referenced with the white police officers us. Nineteen minutes chelsea handler episode. It's twelve minutes. My audio book is four hours content on content. I start every chapter with the question patient. I say black or african american. What about the n. Word how come black people use it in music. But i can't say. I start literally every chapter with the question. I answered the question. Make it conversational. And i end the book with my thoughts on. How racism finally end so a great christmas gift. I love that people love it. I want everyone to go out and buy conversations with a black man. My very last question was the moment. Where oprah joins your team live after the first episode. I got a call. Six days later. I episode got twenty five million views and four days. I call six days later from a no caller. Id number pick it up otto mcconnell. Hey speaking have a conversation. I'm like matt matthew mcconaughey man. Let's have a conversation on the next episode in four days..
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"I am action and solution oriented. What i've realized license is idle not like complaining about things without doing something to fix them. If i feel like i'm not shake avs ain't poppin like they used to go do some ads and i'm eating salads and laid off these desserts right like if i feel like i don't like the way i look. I'm gonna go get a haircut. I'm gonna workout. I'm going to fix my problem. Not just complain about it. So in twenty sixteen colin kaepernick starts taking a knee. There was so much unrest. So much i said you know what i'm going to gather the cops in austin texas. The chief of police aren't also vado. And i'm going to gather like floor influential figures in austin. I got an olympic athlete. An nfl player in myself. And we all sat down. And we livestream this round hall. This is in twenty sixteen so his prior to george floyd but this was after trayvon martin and was the topic specifically taking a knee and cabinet. Yes the topic was like. Why is what's happening in our world happening in our world. Because i said this is my job to influence my domain. I've been an austin. Let me have lost it. The influential figures in la. Y'all hit la influential figures in chicago. Y'all handle chicago. I'm going to handle mine. That was twenty sixteen. I didn't really do anything again. Until twenty twenty. Until after george floyd was murdered in what i realized is that this was my form of greece. I like so many other people particularly black people were distraught. Like i was pacing around my house. Not knowing what to do. I don't know if i wanna cry. I don't know if i wanna scream. I don't know what to do. So i said okay. Show what the heck is a problem. What is the problem in our society. And i realized wait a sec. I know why people. And i know black people and the problem is there's a communication barrier black people are saying something and why you've learned understanding it and why people are saying something and black the blonde understanding. What am i mean. I went to mexico in two thousand eighteen. And i was ranked to the grocery store and mexico and i was looking for some hamburgers and i was yelling like hamburgers. Hamburgers i can be hamburger and then finally the looking at me you say. I'm like hamburgers. Start getting louder hamburgers. They're looking at me computer one. I've valley should have finally get service on my phone. And i typed in english to spanish translation hambur and i see that the words hamburg esa and so the second i say ember guest os. I'll four and in our society. That's the same problem you have. Because you have a black brothers and sisters crying oppression and racial injustice systematic injustice inequality in. What do you mean and so we start getting louder oppression racism systematic injustice being discriminated against. You got some white people an so. I'm like wait a second. There is a communication barrier just like the same communication barrier. I had in a grocery store in mexico. There's one right now. I have to do something. My voice my sore. Yes so episode. Nine you sit down with a ton of police officers. I don't know there's gotta be thirty plus in the room and something love that you pointed out i.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Like do this football thing but i'm not talking to of like a five year or ten year plan cher. Did your parents pass on a healthy though. Fear of failure. Like where you operating it all with like. I gotta make sure money. When i played for the philadelphia. Eagles coach said i think is a navy seal. Slogan don't operate from fear of failure but rather desire to excel. That's the dream that doesn't mean we achieve a so. I never really operated out of a fear of failure. I'm type like i'd i'd be great. I gotta be great. Whatever the heck it is. If i'm to do it i'm going to try to do excellently. it was really just. If you're gonna play football beat a bus. You'll write a book. Be the best. Whatever the heck you're going to be the best. Yes so you play in the. Nfl was an enjoyable. Did you like it. I liked the camaraderie of it. I didn't love the league. So here's what you don't get about the nfl unless you are the star quarterback unless you're the star receiving star running back. It's really not that. Glamorous there are fifty. Three people on a roster. If you're anywhere from like thirty to fifty three your job could be gone in a moment's notice bumper like this. I got cut five times before. I was twenty five. I got traded from the cleveland browns. So the philadelphia eagles at the age of twenty two. So put that in working terms for those listening. I got hired because i got drafted by the browns. Then got 'cause. I got traded to the eagles then. I got fired five times before i was twenty five. Imagine me moving from austin texas. To cleveland by myself. No no anybody. And then you get traded to philly and you also don't know anybody and then you get cut five times. It's not a glamorous life similarly got told no until i was twenty nine is the first time they hired me to act so yeah i would like to move somewhere in fucking shit the bed for a decade. It's brutal that's tough. So so i i liked it. I did it and it led me to wear. Yeah and you know made good money. Good platform met a lot of cool people. But dude i also got hurt. Seven out of eight years for years college for us pro so like i do the math. I'm like okay. There's an eighty percent chance. I'm gonna get hurt if i play again. You know what. I'm going to stop so my year in the nfl. I realize okay. Wait a second. You just broke your thumb. You might be done after four years the nfl. You're vested pension. Annuity you have all the benefits. So i started texting my producer in austin longhorn network if like a subsidiary of espn. Hey this offseason. Can i do some work for you. Hey i've left to do signing day left to do spring game. I did it for free again. People work for free. Not bad thing work for free at times so i did it for free at the end of that. Little four-month run. She offered me a job. That's when i was like. Oh do i want to go back and play in the. Nfl now finally made the decision. Like nam. good. And i just moved into comedy..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"It was maybe a complicated education on race in america in dallas. Texas yeah man. I realize this. And i haven't talked a lot about this publicly but we have to understand. There's a huge difference between color and culture. you can be black skin and not be cultured. You can be white skin and not be white culture. You're what black obviously lived my whole life black but i grew up nigerian culture so i was eating goat meat. I was eating rice in stoop. We were going to nigerian small groups. I was listening to nigerian gospel. Music growing up my culture through and through was nigeria. it was not black culture. Then i go to this white high school and middle school and so i'm all white culture so now the combination of nigerian culture and white culture. Those still black. I'm white culture nigerian culture. Well now my dad starts pastoring at a church in inner city. Dallas texas low key in the hood and so now Merced in black culture on wednesdays and sundays then i go play football at texas in in the nfl and immersed in black culture again so first off. Black people aren't one sort of like monolithic group. Which is all group think but my experience particularly was tri lingual try culture. Because it was nigerian and it was black culture and it was white poultry. Yeah i also imagine you get hit with black culture increasingly when you go to college but then once you get to the nfl. I have to imagine now this is yet its own microcosm. Yeah yeah the. Nfl's different because in college out several different types of black culture. My experience at texas news from the country latte news from the hood black dues from the city and then black like me from forget them. Carl malone types like cowboy hats and black sleep you got all types but then you in the nfl and now with is black coacher with money and so for me. A lot of it was a learning process to because of the first generation american. My parents never talked to me about racism. Why wouldn't they have to. Racism doesn't exist in nigeria. Right like everybody's black there. You come to. America wait a second. Why am i being treated differently as it. Because my asset is because i'm black. Oh now's because both that is what i'm saying. Yeah it seems like it'd be hard to pinpoint why you were getting attitude from somebody correct so now because i talk funny and quotes and then also because i'm blessed and so my parents actually never talked to me about race and racism. I have to learn on fly. Nigeria got different issues but like race is not one of the issues. They got a nigeria. So classism i would imagine. I'm just trying to imagine what your parents were. Cognizant of transcending as they got here classism. Yes i think classes transcends the world law. There's so many things involved when one says classism right because classes them typically dictates education which also typically dictates stereotypes of how one dresses and and whatnot so them in and of itself is because of what does classes of me you know what implications on. Well that's why the book casts is so great as it distinguishes between that is like classism is something you can. Theoretically migrate out of or into You know and a cast. You can't migrate exactly right okay. So you got to be from..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Like that would be something. I'd wanna witness. There is nothing better than a hyped up. Nigerian father son you jets. He got that. I was one of those football rattles. The soccer man. There's nothing like my dad. Only missed one football game while i was in texas homer away so out of probably fifty four games he only ever missed one and i know the only ever missed one because he only ever missed one. Yeah right right. It's crazy how committed and dedicated. My parents were to now. Just like seeing gusty me and my brother succeeded something else. They're like okay. It's not academia fine. It's the nfl okay so just really quickly. My father came to one game of mine. And i stole the ball basketball and i ran down core and i was in a full panic around half court because it was the cleanest breakaway imaginable. And then i laid it up from about six feet and didn't even hit the rim shots. I hit the backboard and that was the one game. So i think in his defense. I am coming back to see this. I'm bad luck. And i shouldn't i was just like oh my god. He's here he's watching. There's no fucking way. I can make this layup all by myself. I don't but honestly sometimes nothing is worse than a breakaway layup by yourself. Oh the plays that are too easy the hardest to me. I would rather try to fuck in. Throw it in from half court. I just want to add so monica similarly her your day got really cheer right. Yeah i was a cheerleader in high to share with you and be and there's some images of us winning really their sweet sweet. He's in all the gear is holding a pom pom. I think he's to compare it to like. I don't know i tried to think of myself moving somewhere. There'd be a ton of culture shock right so i'm just trying to think of some crazy sport i could move my family to china and then watch my daughters. Do something good. That's you know if you moved to india and they got into cricket so yeah yeah i. I wouldn't even know what a good play was. If i saw everyone cheering it'd be how the fuck my kid figure this. Is it also weird now. I'm curious because we're going to talk about. And i'm putting this unquote is a term that generally re reject for my schooling. I have to imagine you have a two layer experience with being black in this country. One being the fact that your parents were immigrants. And i have to imagine that there's a lot of ways that could go. But they can be extra delicate and really feel like we're visitors and we want mind our ps and qs. They might even explain some racism by being xenophobia. Like i just have to imagine..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Like that would be something. I'd wanna witness. There is nothing better than a hyped up. Nigerian father son you jets. He got that. I was one of those football rattles. The soccer man. There's nothing like my dad. Only missed one football game while i was in texas homer away so out of probably fifty four games he only ever missed one and i know the only ever missed one because he only ever missed one. Yeah right right. It's crazy how committed and dedicated. My parents were to now. Just like seeing gusty me and my brother succeeded something else. They're like okay. It's not academia fine. It's the nfl okay so just really quickly. My father came to one game of mine. And i stole the ball basketball and i ran down core and i was in a full panic around half court because it was the cleanest breakaway imaginable. And then i laid it up from about six feet and didn't even hit the rim shots. I hit the backboard and that was the one game. So i think in his defense. I am coming back to see this. I'm bad luck. And i shouldn't i was just like oh my god. He's here he's watching. There's no fucking way. I can make this layup all by myself. I don't but honestly sometimes nothing is worse than a breakaway layup by yourself. Oh the plays that are too easy the hardest to me. I would rather try to fuck in. Throw it in from half court. I just want to add so monica similarly her your day got really cheer right. Yeah i was a cheerleader in high to share with you and be and there's some images of us winning really their sweet sweet. He's in all the gear is holding a pom pom. I think he's to compare it to like. I don't know i tried to think of myself moving somewhere. There'd be a ton of culture shock right so i'm just trying to think of some crazy sport i could move my family to china and then watch my daughters. Do something good. That's you know if you moved to india and they got into cricket. Yeah yeah i. I wouldn't even know what a good play was. If i saw everyone cheering it'd be how the fuck my kid figure this. Is it also weird now. I'm curious because we're going to talk about. And i'm putting this unquote is a term that generally re reject for my schooling. I have to imagine you have a two layer experience with being black in this country. One being the fact that your parents were immigrants. And i have to imagine that there's a lot of ways that could go. But they can be extra delicate and really feel like we're visitors and we want mind our ps and qs. They might even explain some racism by being xenophobia. Like i just have to imagine..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Kind of a one stop shop love it. He's not party time people well. We're not normally early recorders. So i think this is only out of two hundred sixty some interviews that we've done before eleven. Am your expectations nice. I feel you. I'm not usually early anything but duty calls. So what's your schedule like right now. You're obviously you're busy with football. Yeah man every day. I host the daily show from twelve to two out here and so every morning. Production call from like seventy nine. Am toll show rundown. Then you do the show and then you know zoom calls talking to companies and just craziness. Yeah so emmanuel. Just right out of the gates. I saw something interesting about your background. Both parents immigrated here. Yeah yeah. Both from nigeria. And how old were they. When they came over here so mom and pops they would have been an roughly like twenty nine twenty five. Pops came over because he was a preacher. And so these american evangelists saw him a nigerian rely on joe come to america are preaching so he comes over then. Mom comes over two years later when you come to the states all your schooling. Because essentially null and void in america had to go back to get her nurse. Practitioners degree dad had to go back to get his phd interesting history. Yeah i've had a lot of cab rides from russian guys. Who told me they were oncologists. Are dennis back in russia and then may or may not be true. I'm not sure there's no way for me to know. And they did you guys go straight to texas so. My parents went to liberty virginia. Okay and they have my older sister. She's was born in virginia and then moved to dallas and so the rest of the three siblings made my brother my other sister. We're all from dallas. So i was born and raised in dallas texas which has a very specific culture. If i'm to believe friday night lights. Yes i would say that texas in general football and the bible belt and big hair. That's what you're going to go in texas yeah. How did your parents about you pursuing football. I have to imagine it's so complicated. You're aware of the odds. I imagine if you're a parent you're maybe fearful of the the safety. Although not like we would be today. How supportive were they well. So in. Nigeria football is that black and white. Object that you kick right. It's called soccer. And then also you have to remember nigerian culture nigerian culture. You must be a doctor. You must be loyal. You must be an engineer. I went to a fluent all white high school private school from grades. Five through twelve is lower school middle school and upper school..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Party time people well. We're not normally early recorders. So i think this is only out of two hundred sixty some interviews that we've done before eleven. Am get your expectations. nice. I feel you. I'm not usually an early anything but duty calls. So what's your schedule like right now. You're obviously you're busy with football. Yeah man every day. I host the daily show from twelve to two out here and so every morning. Production call from like seventy nine. Am toll show rundown. Then you do the show and then you know zoom calls talking to companies and just craziness. Yeah so emmanuel. Just right out of the gates. I saw something interesting about your background. Both parents immigrated here. Yeah yeah. Both from nigeria. And how old were they. When they came over here so mom and pops they would have been an roughly like twenty nine twenty five. Pops came over because he was a preacher. And so these american evangelists saw him a nigerian rely on joe come to america are preaching so he comes over then. Mom comes over two years later but when you come to the states all your schooling. Because essentially null and void in america had to go back to get her nurse. Practitioners degree dad had to go back to get his phd interesting history. Yeah i've had a lot of cab rides from russian guys. Who told me they were oncologists. Are dennis back in russia and then may or may not be true. I'm not sure there's no way for me to know. And they did you guys go straight to texas so. My parents went to liberty virginia. Okay and they have my older sister. She's was born in virginia and then moved to dallas and so the rest of the three siblings made my brother my other sister. We're all from dallas. So i was born and raised in dallas texas which has a very specific culture. If i'm to believe friday night lights. Yes i would say that texas in general football in the bible belt and big hair. That's what you're going to go in texas yeah. How did your parents about you pursuing football. I have to imagine it's so complicated. You're aware of the odds. I imagine if you're a parent you're maybe fearful of the the safety. Although not like we would be today. How supportive were they well. So in. Nigeria football is that black and white. Object that you kick right. It's marica called soccer and then also you have to remember nigerian culture nigerian culture. You must be a doctor. You must be loyal. You must be an engineer. I went to a fluent all white high school private school from grades five through twelve slower school middle school and upper school..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"As you grow up in this very academic environment and you start to excel in football when you move towards okay. Wait we're looking at. I might be able to go to college to play this this game. How did that rev up your excitement for the sport. Did that have an effect. Also a for you. Did you feel like oh wait. My brother is getting all of this sort of attention. I'm good football. He's going to go to college. You know this is motivating me more. Yeah well thankfully sam kind of set the blueprint so again. Our parents coming from nigeria to america. We don't know about sports in college. We don't know about the recruiting process. We don't know about anything. We're just playing a game. We happen to be good at it and you got a bunch of like white people and black people being like. Hey y'all gonna play at the next level we're like what do you make And so when. Sam did it. He kind of wrote Floodgates opened so to speak. So i never worried about getting recruited. Because i was like he can do it. I'll be able to do it too. And then sam always set the bar high. So i was just like i just have to do whatever he does. And i'll be just fine so we were kind of flying by the seat of our pants. If you will. And sam was flying. I thankfully and i was just kinda like walking right in after ways. I was old yes i was doing it. I lot of ways but a lot of ways. I was following learning for emmanuel. Here's what i mean by that. He was the first one to play football so he was ten. I might have been twelve. or so. maybe nine he might be not and he was playing spring valley elementary whenever it was the football league and he was doing really really well and i was kind of scared to be honest to play all right. These guys are hitting. And i don't wanna do it and he played really well and he did that. Did it that year. So the next year i said man i'd love to play so the next year out might have been twelve or thirteen a time. I started to play. So i started playing playing while we the the reason we even got to that football camp and emmanuel feel free to correct me. If i'm wrong was emmanuel had been had learned about the football camp. So you do all the time. When he'd be watching guys on phil on youtube watching linebackers. Ray lewis and these guys. He'd be watching watching and he heard about this football camp and he said hey man let's go and so we ended up being a family trip a family affair. You know friends nigerian friends in california. Who said let's go. Make it a family trip. So we go to that camp in that camp that he found out about. We didn't know yes. We're happy to go to the camp. It was an invite only cam and we were invited. Weren't invited so we just showed up. We show that we didn't know about and that is their top three hundred camps three hundred best players from the entire state of your ride. This is amazing. Yes yes so. That was the time. So yes like. I said i got called me. And four hundred got called up to coast carroll's offices so yes it was almost like me paving the way but i got there because of him. Oh my gosh and then okay so now you guys are clearly getting a c. Is in high school. You're really good students. You go and you get accepted to university of texas and you both went to university of texas cracked. So when when sam sam you went was that i mean you're playing for the was that exciting. I mean that's a big. That's a big team to be apart of was that did it feel that way to you. Like holy shaiza. I'm going to it was It was exciting for share for me. It was almost one of those things that was bigger than my wildest dreams. I never in a million years. Thought i would go play football in college. I just didn't you watch the game. You see the people like it. I can't do this. everyone else is going to do it. And so showing up. Even even when i got to campus and this is a little bit maybe where he may differ even when i got to campus. I was like man. I don't really know if i belong here belong here. There is word you know. They were the best at the biggest high schools and the best high schools and their parents played all these things and so obviously slowly. But surely i built. My confidence emmanuel may may be different. I feel like you came in and be like. I'm the new kid on the bottom rather going blow bogus whole thing emmanuel. I'm probably naturally overly competent. And so by the time i got to texas i dislike. I mean i'm better than i'm ready for war even book i would go out. Have my dear orange work. Rt blue and gold blue and gold very high school and high school high school gold so but in college. It's burnt orange right. It's my little bernards sleaze word orange. You know wristbands and not giving you a male because this was rocking bright orange and he was like yeah. I'm get all your okay. Wait sam what did it feel like that opening. Game your first time running onto the field at university of texas. Well it was. It definitely felt serie. I remember being on the on the kickoff team..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"And enjoy where we're really we were sitting here looking at. Your guys is books and one of the things that was so amazing is just thinking in between a month that you guys have both in two thousand twenty the weirdest year of all of our lives. You've done one of the. Most seminal things in your life. So far i would think which is published your first novel. So that's amazing. Was crazy crazy crazy. It's so great. But you know what i love. Is that you both have a mission to care and you both have a mission to change and this is an interesting thing about two brothers. One minute manual. You looked up so much to sam and it's kind of like where did that. I mean that connection happen. How did you actually become to people. And by the way. I guess we are different. People we come from the same belly. Some of the genetics are the same. But what is it that actually created this in both of you which was to make a difference. And that's what you're doing. Yeah although i really good question. I think it's the way in which we were kind of cultivated growing up. I think that morris caught than taught in so. It's one thing to tell your kids to do something. It's another thing to show your kids what you are doing and obviously you are with know best. And so i think morris caught than taught. And so i think salmon. I both caught the same things and in that is why we vote. They're trying to be world changers. Although vastly different sam will attest to this our personalities very different books. They vary different. Our style very different. Like sam probably has a little bit more substance. I probably have a little bit more sizzle right like we're very different bill now. We have the same mission. It'd be upbringing. I think probably right. I mean it is really important to have that but it and it's such a. You're i mean is there any co dependence that you have together do you. I mean do you read each other's worked you share each others things do you. How do you. How do you feel about that connection. Because you're not that far apart in age. What are you three two and a half years. Yeah yeah that's all around two years apart. I wouldn't say there's any kind of codependence. But i would say is that we push each other in different ways right like i'll see what he does and i'll be motivated or inspired and you'll see what i do and he'll be motivated and inspired a lot of ways even with the book process right. I got a chance to read my book. And i was giving him some advice tips and you got a chance to do promote his book and his own way and so it's just been really cool to see a better terms feed off of each other right like actually pushing each other. Even though we're in different lanes in different states in different parts of the world were feeding off each other help each other grow so the age difference is two and a half years in sam. You're older yeah. I'm older i'm older. So paul is an aggressive game so which one of you is more aggressive guy say. I'm causley you'll heads down just like just personality. Wise like dot process. Like i will say you're a lot more aggressive But you're also strategic right. I would say i'm more. I'm more of the empathetic run riot. People were joke all the time. When i play football knocked somebody down. I just feel like i feel bad. I'm sorry is not going to happen again. Yeah it was like the my pillow. Rude or mean like my job is to hit you and not hurt you. You know as i grew older i learned as i grow. I learned okay. This is part of the game. But i know early on. I felt bad so hitting these guys and knocking them down. You know i was going to ask a question today. Because i was reading a lot about you and thought basically fall in love with both view And my big question here is which one of you is more empathetic because what you're doing is driven by empathy. Both of you and i find that to be extraordinary. What is underneath. You want is more aggressive and the other one is more compassionate. But the truth matter is you are both driven to make change. And i think that's pretty awesome but i was questioning. So you're the you're the one that has the empathy. Yeah it's funny. Because i'm at the from the outside looking in it. Would if anybody thought oh one of the start uncomfortable conversations with the black man like a conversation about racial reconciliation. Everyone would say. Sam like that is not emanuela not light kind like pay all come together and kun-bae by hand that's not all meet but i think what i've realized is just like a fruit. If you take a watermelon versus. I don't know an orange. They might have different out. Exteriors a watermelon might be a little bit harder in the orange might be a little bit softer when you cut down the middle. You still get a fruit dummy inside. And so i think i just have an exterior. It reads a little harsher. 'cause i am more aggressive naturally but i think when you look at the interior when you look at salmon i as far as like our innermost beings. Our our shared humanity. I think there's a lot of empathy. The core of both. I agree with that too. I would if. I can double down on that. Anybody who knows emmanuel really really well. They know that if you're his corner if he's if he's in your corner yourselfer lies right..
"emmanuel" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"We are assembling rail though. Now don't do that with your mouth revelry. That's good so. I was super bombed to miss this one But by popular demand. And when i said popular demand i mean we. We really put a poll out there and we put it to the fans. They chose my mother the only most beautiful most talented goldie hawn kate. Mom talked to sam and emmanuel acho. Emmanuel is a fox sports analysis co host former linebacker and now he's the host and the producer of this really cool series. It's a web series called uncomfortable conversations with a black man it's about racism It's opening up a dialogue albeit uncomfortable at times. He just wrote a book and conversations with a black man. It's it's really really amazing. And then sama's humanitarian. He's a public speaker. He's an nfl linebacker. He also came out with a book. This fall called. Let the world see. You had to be real in a world full of fakes. I try every day man. These guys are amazing. I'm bummed bummed said at the top that i couldn't be there was just happened but i cannot wait to listen. I'll be listening along with you. Because i haven't even heard it yet. They bringing really important conversations front and center so dig in.
"emmanuel" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"It this this is the second segment of our two-part series with Emmanuel Emmanuel eight year welcome welcome welcome I'm Emmanuel it is an honor to have you here with us on my show wake up Dr Cheryl and it was such honor to meet you over at the San Rafael Theater and thank you for sharing your beautiful son Max with US Sundays for there is no more waiting times what and sometimes even if you don't feel quite ready you do it anyway because you already knew and by the way you you might trail yeah so I showed him my marriage kid show was my business and what does kill me uh-huh and then you just move on and off to to make it better the next time and you know Emmanuel I don't look at it as a failure I look at it as it's it's it's a learning curve you know every challenge we have is to make us better into work harder at it you know it's like a writer bicyc- as I say what doesn't kill you makes us in fact I had I had Dr Bowl and on my last show and she does she said that exact same statement absolutely so you know again it's never been a better time to be a limit it's a new birth this birth women there's men cannot heal the patriarchy but women and men together you could what a real man does keep stokes the Flame Aminu he's stokes the radiance of the feminine he lets her everything she can be and she is the power source of the universe you have to give new tools new vocabulary allowing space for emotions and communication and also supporting young women in finding their voice and speaking their truth if men raised children as much as women do that awakens and man the nurturing it is an all human beings and it allows boys and girls to see that men can be as loving and nurturing the fear on the side that the Puerto again we leaving the -ociety that took us a descent that toters on all your eat but it sometimes you you you be scared and an out here surrender and submit so it's having that's why a lot of people have realized crises because they weren't taught or they are eat the center of the universe and then they have always doubted these field and they don't know where to go at the it's a it's a builder it's really odd and so you know it's especially for managing a lot of men is what I call the shoe coming complex they realized in their forties Odom I'm not a millionaire I tend their salary I don't have the trophy wife their former federal no you know it's just who's got that league really bad people you know people who stole from to run these and book and a lot of don't have the consciousness or this child rebound there are very few people so don't envy the one person where needs to happen is that the one thousand nine percent or three needs to enrich themselves and emotion naughty into trey spirituality and three done to challenge and be much more for community you know I think the next step especially in time of economics is what I call community where it's not easy it's not so sure it's but it's about the notion of community where you don't have what can you do and and and I don't have money what can also and it's about trading services it's about helping each other it's not everything has to you know depend on a CD Kamensky it has no more value anyway because all government of treating stupidly manos so we know that there is no more value it's ridiculous because of life today it's an reader so we have to figure out us the ninety nine percent weather might enjoy a new way to to live in a community with families and actions in peace and you know what what the peace movement shelter do because they're probably abuse too much of drugs and sex while we can do without the drill again the sexiest movement the balancing act and balancing Balan from answer it's about talking and communicating and we -freshing and refining refining we re being in touch with on you mind needs to the ninety nine percent we are needs to enrich themselves thank emotion audience victory spirituality footy done to challenge and be much more for community are the next step especially in time of that makes is really what I call communitize where it's not communities it's not socially but it's about the notion of community where okay if you don't have money what can you do talk to fix your you know depend on a CD currency that has no value anyway because all mental treating stupidly manos so we know that there is no me it's ridiculous the cutoff lives today we did since unreadable so we have to figure out us the ninety nine percent the majority a new way to live.