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Fresh update on "europe" discussed on Sound ON
"Money minute interest rate worries kept investors on the defensive and stocks in the red. ST Louis Fed President James Bullard fueled the sell off, saying in an interview that rising inflation could warrant a rate hike next year rather than in 2023 is the Fed indicated this week. The Dow Jones industrial Average skidded 533, the S and P tumbled 55. The NASDAQ fell 1 31 Go ahead. Make those European vacation plans. Europe is open to US tourists again with proof of vaccination. The European Union has added the U. S to its list of nations from which non essential travel is allowed. It's a key step toward restoring airlines profitable transatlantic routes. Lufthansa is preparing to meet an increase in demand for flights from the U. S to Europe. German airline says it will offer about 190 weekly flights across the Atlantic starting next month. Up from about 150 now. Larry Cough, Ski Bloomberg radio. Enjoy. It makes the workforce of the future. And Greg Sauder, a member of the Board of Overseers and president of Engineering firm W. G, I, N J graduates have the in demand skills that drive today's tech powered workplace. Our world is moving to a place of connecting the physical with the digital in the field of engineering and infrastructure. There's not a thing that we do. That's not being changed by technology. We've gone from two dimensional renderings to immerses, augmented and virtual reality solution sets you To be solved one at a time. Now we can run nearly an endless alternatives analysis and.
French Tourism Seeks New Boost With Disneyland Reopening
"Tourism in France is getting a post coronavirus boost two weeks ago France re opened its borders to vaccinated visitors now where Disneyland Paris officially open Europe's busiest theme park has been closed for eight months people must wear masks inside the park and there's a limit on the number of visitors Getty cater from Delaware is at Disneyland Paris with her family she hadn't seen them in one and a half years it's an emotional reunion happiest place on earth caters daughter Britney cook says she had to be at Disneyland Paris we were here in October when the park at the close last and we hadn't seen family since the year before so it just happened to work out we get him the last thing was open in the opening day people in France don't have to wear masks outdoors anymore except in crowded places I'm a Donahue
Fresh update on "europe" discussed on All Things Considered
"The closest thing Berliner Andy Grub has two air conditioning. Is this fountain across from his apartment building in my flat now? It's terrible because the sun shines through the window and the wall against heart and it's really terrible. He says. It feels like the country's first heat wave comes earlier each year, and he suspects climate change is a culprit. As temps climb into the nineties and beyond. For several days at a time. Germans like grub. Think more and more about air conditioning, the only places in Berlin that have it our grocery stores, movie theaters and a few of the most modern office buildings, But it's traditionally seen as an extravagance in this part of Europe and grub, says he cannot afford it. It's not so easy. That's an expansive and, uh a lot of power consumption. But there are other reasons why Germans aren't fond of air conditioning. Long time Berlin resident Julie Abdullayev, who also came to the neighborhood fountain today to keep cool, says units look terrible's sticking out of 18th century buildings. And, more importantly, many Germans believe act makes you and the earth sick. The air is too dry becomes too dry because of air conditioning, and it's all this is very, very bad for environment. But Berliner Carson Hoot says There's really only one reason why he doesn't buy an A C unit because you don't need it. Just go to the beer garden. He thinks Americans could use more beer gardens, too, he says. Whenever he visits the.
Wine Industry Benefits From Resolution of the Airbus, Boeing Trade Dispute
"European leaders are hailing the end of the world trade organization. Dispute between planemakers. airbus and boeing. The agreement is one of the concrete. Changes ushered in by the new era of transatlantic cooperation and its impact will be felt far beyond those two industrial giants from the farm to the vineyard. Npr's eleanor beardsley tells us more. There's a lot of talk. In europe. About america. Being back. After four years of contentious relations with former president donald trump. It's not just a feeling. President biden's visit produced results speaking after the us. Eu summit tuesday a beaming. European commission had ursula fonder. Line extolled the excellent meeting between allies and friends and this meeting started with a breakthrough on aircraft. The agreement we found now really opens a new chapter in our relationship because we move from litigation to cooperation on aircraft and that after almost twenty years disputes. Since two thousand. Four airbus and boeing have accused each other of receiving unfair government. Subsidies or tax breaks. Both sides have woken up to see the real threat. Says carl more. A professor of management at canada's mcgill university focusing on each other excessively boeing airbus have lost sight of the chinese competitor. That's us government owned aircraft manufacturer. Call mak which is building. A new plane called nine one nine. Which will compete with airbus. A three twenty and boeing seven. Three seven max. And that's something we're both the. Us and europe recognize. They need these companies to focus on winning the marketplace the long running transatlantic aviation industry dispute became personal for europeans after trump slapped seven point. Five billion dollars of tariffs on popular national exports like wine whiskey and
An Event That Struck Terror Into Portland Oregon Residents
"Over eighty years ago. Today people across america woke up to discover that the night before they had been the victim of a theatrical radio presentation. the date was october thirtieth. Nineteen thirty eight. The radio show was orson welles mercury on the air version of h. g. wells war of the worlds nineteen thirty. Eight war was brewing. As germany invaded austria japan was strongly aligned with the invader prior to world war two. It was forecast. That britain would suffer night air bombing attacks causing large numbers of civilian casualties and mass destruction. It was widely agreed that navigation targeting would be more difficult if manmade lights on the ground could be extinguished as early as july nineteen thirty eight. American citizens were urged to practice lights out beginning at dusk it would not be called blackout drills until nineteen thirty nine. Fear across the country as rumor spread about coming to the aid of our british allies. Should war break out that the sounds of war that came over the radio that october thirtieth nineteen thirty eight were not from europe but from mars. This was a live broadcast across america five. Pm in the west which would have made it eight pm eastern time meant. There was no time to warn the west about what was to come a wave of hysteria that swept across the united states at night before halloween as a realistic radio. Dramatization reached all the way to portland oregon. Two thousand five hundred miles from the scene. The fictional invasion the telephone switchboard of the oregonian newspaper was swamped by hundreds of excited calls. People rushed into the business offices of the newspaper demanding information. Hundreds of calls were made to the portland police wanting to know what protection the city offer. And what place might be safe in the event that wholesale destruction spread to the pacific coast.
A New Approach to Defending the Human Rights of Migrants
"A decade ago after peaceful revolution toppled longtime tunisia dictator bin. Ali i was sitting in an orange grove outside athens. Greece documented migrants. Were hiding there. I came to interview them about human rights abuses suffered while enter europe one of them. Tunisian fellow in a leather jacket explained the people who overthrew ben ali they want democracy and identified life. We across the mediterranean want. Democracy didn't life. What is the difference. The migrant is a kind of revolutionary is idea stuck with me and informed might work as a lawyer and a scholar ever since as middle eastern revolutions turned into civil wars. The refugee crisis unfolded in the measuring. This exacerbated political pressures against asylum-seekers. Initially the european court of human rights took a strong stand against sport or violence in two thousand twelve court decided that the cannot turn asylum seekers back from the mediterranean dangerous libyan territory that first hearing them the human rights community cheer. I was not one of those who cheered in my scholarship. I predicted that this kind of decision could also generate bad results states determined to enforce their own return back asylum seekers even before the entered the supervision of their own courts. I was regretfully correct in recent years. The italians have relied on living to do their dirty work. So eager are some european governments deduction on human rights obligations if an armed libyan militia ignoring the rampant use of torture. This is also why since january. Twenty fourteen more than thirty. Four thousand migrants died by grounding in the mediterranean and since covid nineteen again the militarized border into. Mentoring has come in some ways. Even more extreme but has the militarized quarter caused deaths by drowning.
Biden and Russia's Putin Prepare to Meet in Geneva
"Is in Sweden, where he is scheduled to meet with his Russian counterpart on Wednesday. Here's correspondent Natalie Brand as Has been Biden's visit to Europe draws to a close The stage is set for what may be the most consequential part of the trip. Are you ready? Thank you so much. Thank you. President Biden will meet face to face with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a villa in Geneva, Switzerland. This sit down is expected to last several hours with issues including Ukraine, election interference and cyber attacks High on the agenda.
Fathy Yassa: Why I Founded Speechmorphing
"So so. Let's go back to the beginning because this company was founded in two thousand ten long before you know before syrian long before Or before apple introduced syrian acquired nature desiree but Long before voice. Assistance came into our home. Why did you found a speech more opinion and what what particular problems where you hoping to solve fantastic question because i love telling that story. As matter fact before speech morphing i had the startup networks that was dealing in mobike consumer video demand and i was licensed content from all over the world back from europe. Any any country you name i would. I would have licensed something from them from the us. From latin america the middle east and it just hit me that while i was watching multiple a muffler content the ma languages which speaks some of them It occurred to me that. Why in the world are we dubbing movies in a higher actors voice rather than dubbing the movie in the original actors. What's good my thoughts in that. Well let me see if we advocated the actor's voice and make them speak as if they spoke that look language via the american actor and we we produce to the movie to europe in france or in italy. Why can't we make him speak. Italian or french in the is the original accent and that made me think about the well. Let's let's take it on. And i looked at the market i. I the markets with multiple providers including dubbing studios and so on and at influence identity the like the right timing and sure enough by the time we should point today. That is the i demand for this kind of application while certainly a love division Back then and i love the watched a lot of movies and always interesting when a voice gets dubbed over in. it's like it does not match right it's it's a great use case in a great example. But you know. From that time and that impetus for kind of moving forward with a with the company you've actually gone into banking or you know other Other industries up. Let's talk a little bit about you. Know what were the. What were the early adopter industries for for the technology speech had developed. Yes so why do we were developing the Points where would act actually at today and being able to service the entertainment industry as we speak prior to that as we were developing the content of the the technology. It occurred to us that the well there are low hanging fruits wide with perfecting the the the the technology for payment which is demanding from equality. Sample that are other markets like the banking like the person assistance someone a chat bots and so on that could take advantage of the quality of that we were able to produce years ago already and so we decided that that at that time we should go after those markets because there was demand actually and customers would be equipped by other companies to provide those solutions. The and of course we can talk about how different out. Solution is compared to others but That's what brought us to the banking in the and we have seen quite a bit of disability from multiple multiple multiple businesses for our solution would actually inactive conversation with the number of those you speak and not only that but also integrated with the likes of genesis media into their services and In order for us to buy out solution to the customer so we are actually out in the market with that kind of our with our technology for the banking industry and other a call center as well as a this assistance provided.
Tesla Rumors: Model Y, China, Suppliers Plus Plaid Updates
"Everybody rob our here. Welcome back to tesla daily. Hope everybody had a great weekend. We are now back to the normal format and today. We're going to be discussing some news. On tesla out of china we've also got an update on a model y both pricing and demand news on bitcoin from ulan. Musk couple updates on the plan model. S a price target lowering from canaccord genuity and a couple of other pieces of news as well decent. Start of the week. Four tesla stock finishing up one point three percent today to six hundred seventeen dollars. Sixty nine cents. That compared to the nasdaq up. Three quarters of a percent so pretty good mackerel tail wind today for stocks like tesla art will start off in china today. We've got a few pieces of news. Some rumors some clarifications to make i is an update from a chinese tech supplier name to opo they supply in addition to tesla. Major automakers like volkswagen gm via chrysler. Bmw et cetera. And i believe this. Update that i i saw shared out on twitter by rafer tesla was an update from an investor. Call and it looks to me like in a question and answer portion of the call. Tessa was brought up. Or at least. I think that is the inference from context clues and unfortunately this is translated. I don't have a really good insight into the context provided but they are referred to here as company anyway. The translated question reads quote. There are many negative news about company. A in the market recently. How about the company's order situation and quote with translated answer reading quote the company strictly abides by the customer's confidentiality requirements. It is inconvenient to disclose. Please understand what i want to say is in the process of cooperating with customers. We deeply realized that all things done by company or correct including product positioning. Rnd manufacturing supplier management quality marketing etc are all very correct other cars. There is a gap of at least five years between companies at noon. We saw two hundred and forty percent increase in sales of company in europe and may rapid growth. The emergence and growth of new species will have problems of this kind which are also short lived. We can't just look at the appearance. We are very optimistic. And the current orders are normal and
At NATO, Biden Says Defense of Europe a “Sacred Obligation”
"Wrapping up the G seven summit in England and meeting with the Queen President Biden is now in Brussels for a one day summit with the leaders of NATO President Biden began his day at NATO by declaring the mutual defense commitment of the military alliance is a quote sacred obligation. Article five says that an attack on one NATO member is an attack on all in the alliance constantly remind America When America was attacked for the first time and ensure since what happened back and began to World War two NATO stepped up in a pivot from the position of former president Trump, who declared NATO quote obsolete. President Biden today calling the military alliance critically important for American interests.
Finding Europe in America
"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick
Inside Euro 2020: Soccer's Month of Drama, Passion, and Geopolitical Tension
"Sam board is a global sports correspondent for espn and also one of my first friends to travel out of the country since the pandemic i am in rome. Italy getting ready for the first match of the european soccer championships. Friday night at the study olympico. Italy against turkey. And it's going to kick off. What should be a pretty exciting four weeks a soccer. Yeah i wanna frame this up for the people because this is particularly magical thing. We're doing right now sam. Because we're kind of ripping a hole in the space time continuum because not only. Are you in a different time zone at only. Are you in rome. You're covering a tournament that is technically the twenty twenty euros because this whole thing got spohn because of the pandemic and i just wanted to. Have you explain what the euros are. Exactly why they're such a big deal. What is inside of this time machine that we're operating with. It's a great point pablo because literally as soon as you land in europe. The site edge is still all twenty twenty. I mean they're calling the tournament the twenty twenty euros everywhere. You go the t shirts. The stadium signed edge. Everything is from last year. I guess you know. Obviously this is a billion dollar enterprise tournament but they didn't have enough in the budget for you know renewed seionage. The european championships are a tremendous event is sort of like the world cup in that its national teams as opposed to club teams like barcelona or manchester united. We've got national teams like germany. Spain france they play this every four years in between the world cup's this year. It's twenty four national teams competing against each other six groups of four and sixteen teams advance. Auto groups we go from there to single elimination bracket all the way until we get a champion
Biden Arrives in U.K., Declares 'the United States Is Back'
"Today. President biden arrived in europe for the first foreign trip of his presidency in his first remarks upon landing speaking. Us troops after we landed in the uk. In fact talked about saving democracy. I believe inflection point in world history the moment where it falls to us to prove the democracy's not just endure but they will excel as we rise to seize the enormous opportunities the new age we have to discredit those who believed that the age of democracy is over as some of our fellow nations. Believe have to expose false. The narrative decrees of dictators can match the speed and scale. The twenty-first challenges. You know. And i know the wrong but it doesn't mean we don't have to work harder than ever to prove the democracy can still deliver for our people. The many think things are changing so rapidly. Democracies cannot get together and form a consensus to respond like autocrats. Can you know better than anyone. Democracy doesn't happen by accident we have to defend it. We have to strengthen renew it. We're gonna make it clear that the united states is back and democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future that were committed to leading strand defending our values and delivering for our people. This my overseas trip as the united states. I'm heading to the g seven then to the nato ministerial and then to meet with mr putin to let him know what i want him to know.
The Marxist Agenda of the Modern American Journalist
"I pointed out a month or five weeks ago or so that marks profession as long as profession anyway was as a journalist. And it's not a surprise that when you see the the american marxist today in these various news platforms although the night but they deny whatever they want. I don't give a damn what they do not remember. This is part of the case. We're going to make the case. Use our language. Use it properly and identify what we need to identify. But he was a so-called journalist in the modern journalists so called are using marxists tactics and many of them don't even know it. They just play on a social activist on page ninety. Four point out in an interview with james ledbetter the editor of dispatches for the new york tribune a two thousand and a book of marxist articles for the tribune yes he wrote for the new york tribune ledbetter who looked at all the articles explains that the basic marks approach to his new york tribune columnist at an event that was in the news and election and uprising the second opium war the outbreak of the american civil war and sift through it until he could boil it down to some fundamental questions of politics or economics and then on those questions he would make his judgment and their sense marxist journalism does resemble some of the writing that is published today in journals of opinion and it is not hard to see a direct line between marxist journalistic writing and the kind of ten days writing on public affairs that characterized much political journalism. He says especially in europe but this was written some time ago. It's especially now in america in the twentieth century. So he wrote that in two thousand eight so the modern american journalists so called is not what the framers of the constitution had in mind. They're not about freedom of speech. They have taken the approach of karl marx himself. As who's was a journalist for a long time.
US to Buy 500M Pfizer Vaccines to Share Globally
"AP sources say the US is set to buy a half billion more doses of Pfizer's coated nineteen vaccine to share globally according to people familiar with the plan president Biden tomorrow will announce the administration's going to buy five hundred million doses for sharing through the global Kovacs alliance to help donate more doses to poor countries around the world White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president sources say two hundred million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year the announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations Sager made Ghani Washington
Biden Sets off to Europe on First Foreign Trip as President
Cicadas Delay White House Press Ahead of Biden Overseas Trip
"As president by the heads on his first overseas trip since taking office he's leaving behind an issue that's plagued the Washington area cicadas as he prepared to board Air Force One this morning I just got one job earlier they got reporters traveling to Europe before the president a swarm of cicadas over ran the press charter plane at joint base Andrews delaying the flight by several hours it was swapped for another which took off for the U. K. about four and a half hours before Air Force One left Sager mag ani Washington
The Israeli Media Is Worse Than the American Media
"The israeli media is actually worse than the american media. It's filled with markson socialists. Many of whom. Sam sisters come out of europe you look at. Their governing system was developed by european socialists. And there were battles even the founding of israel between you know the menachem baggins and the ben gurion's and so forth. And so i guess these socialists won the day they decided to set up a government much. Like i suppose with maine's it's broken up at the tiny little parties and they they think this will promote the people's will what's happened in. Israel is a demonstration that the israeli elite and that would include the fools in the media. Certainly the fools in the court system over there don't believe in little democracy or parliamentarianism. There's a saboteur there. There's a rasputin there by the name of bennett. And this guy. Bennett ran for office. Created his own party ran to the right of. Netanyahu was criticizing netanyahu from the right. He won a big six including his own. Out of one hundred. Twenty knesset seats. That's the way it works. They they're voting percentage was so small well under five percent that they could only get six seats out of one hundred and twenty in their knesset the parliament and there's a bunch of little parties like this on the hard left there's a couple of arab parties this on the hard left and they always talk told these guys centre-left there's nothing center about the. The israeli people have rejected the hardcore left in israel. The biggest part is a little cu party netanyahu's party and then you have religious parties zionist parties and together. They tried to to get the sixty one seats necessary to have the government. Well the snuff tally bennett. And his band of six or seven members of the knesset would be members of the knesset. We're supposed to throw in with the netanyahu team not with hard and now with the arabs. But they had an idea. This guy peed a real sleazeball. Lapeer another one with a minimum number of members of the knesset says. I'll tell you what we'll let you be the prime minister first for a year eighteen months you can first. I'll go next if you'll give us your six foot. So that's naphtali. Bennett is in a hurry to be prime minister. He's in his forties netanyahu's chief-of-staff he doesn't like netanyahu and he sees this as only opportunity after all his party only got six or seven members. He's not well liked by the population. Generally in israel. that's all he could get was less than five percent of the vote
Is Lactose Intolerance Causing Your Gut Issues? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham
"Welcome dr boeheim. Dr bomb is joining me today. She's our medical records. Ultra wanna center. Incredible physician friend and colleague for decades who's also an rv and an an exercise physiologist and teaches nutritional or the world is on the faculty of the institute for cultural medicine and some of the most important fishing curriculum. We have in the world. i think anyway. I am so sad to have you. Liz again on another episode of housecall on doctors pharmacy and to talk about this nasty problem called lactose intolerant. So get us up to speed about what this is. How common is it. And what causes it and other were born with their we. Can we can develop. And how does it all work. Lactose intolerance is so common. It's it's at least sixty five percent of the world population you know at increases as we get older it's not a with lactose. Intolerance means is the inability to digest the lactose in dairy products that carbohydrate in dairy products and it really does vary a a amongst different of racial groups in ethnic groups owes more common in. We seen in africa in south america and asia. It's less common in europe but it is it is throughout the whole world. We see lactose intolerance and as people get older. We see more and more lactose intolerance. In fact you know some people. Think that By wince we reach age ninety nine. Everybody has some degree of lactose intolerance as i mentioned. It's it's uncommon in in our in younger kids so but there are young kids who have lactose intolerance and anything that damages the intestines if you damage the vilnai in the intestines so if you get a a gastroenteritis if you get an infection in the inflammation in the intestines Sometimes the people take antibiotics or chemotherapy or have inflammation in their tests. That can result in lactose intolerance. So people always say to be well. I used to have no problem with dairy. But now i'm having trouble with with dairy and it's because that can happen after a round of antibiotics or after an infection or we just as we get older
"europe" Discussed on Inside Europe
"Spaces which are unused by removing some of the bureaucracy in accessing land for people like danielle and hiltrud. The hope is that this will encourage more people to find ways to green their cities as she schommer d. w. madrid. If you'd like to drop us a line. Our email addresses europe at d. w. dot com. That's europe at d. w. dot com. We'd love to hear from your. This is inside europe. And i'm helen. Seaney in bonn germany This is inside europe. And i'm helen. Seaney in bonn germany coming up in the next half hour. The dutch examine the role. They played in the international slave trade. A swedish company beefs up. It skills in eastern ukraine. And we'll shoot the breeze with cars at a virtual bar in.
"europe" Discussed on Inside Europe
"Nato we like everything. Here money distractions and one young people leave. The village dies so thanks to these people. We have some joy now in the village. The meeting of interesting elephant quiz elite defense blade. Spain's depopulation was kick started by general franco in the nineteen sixties in a drive to industrialize. The country people were encouraged to come and live in the cities for maria casseus marino while that process has never been reversed she filter. Some change is possible if we are able to move the idea of quality of life in rural areas. People for sure we liked to stay here. Also this pandemic has taint many mind. Son of people are doing not charitable breath fresh air. I live with free. Them inviting immigrants to populate villages is clearly a solution that works for both sites but a commitment is also needed to ensure that services infrastructure technology are also brought villages to entice people to make the move you tinian more than incentive or opportunity. It could just be that something like the coronavirus. Pandemic is to trigger that breathes. New life back into spain's villages she sharma d-w madrid inside. Europe gives you the big stories from europe every week news politics culture.
"europe" Discussed on Inside Europe
"Later. We which actually disc yes. I have this kind of tiny clip on. And you your belt. Yes yes yes exactly. That's that's usually the place where the system goes so that when i'm awake use the accelerator here beside my hip and measures my activities but also it measures the absence of the activity and during my sleep time. I use it on wrist and it measures. How would actually eisley with this accelerometer clips to your pants. The stone lady with a clipboard can keep an eye on you every minute of the day. Some people think is big. Brother says dozen carriers. We walked towards the station for my train home. The accelerometer clocking approvingly. every step. but when it's for your health he says people don't mind perhaps they would if it administered little shocks when he spent too long without moving but that of course is not the case yet john. Dwi helsinki and that's our show for today this week because of the corona virus crisis It's produced with help from helen's seaney site technician this week. Is christoph gruber. I'm keith walker listening. You can also subscribe to inside europe on your usual podcast inside. Europe comes to from germany's international broadcaster. D w in bonn isn't..
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"Too much longer. It's old quiry. John's wine is made using an eight thousand year old technique involving beverly these are giant terra. Cotta vessels which are submerged beneath the ground. They range in size from seven. Hundred to four thousand liters noriega enormous standing next to one. She's a sawmill year. Winemaker and wine teacher born in born and raised in catalonia. She has a vast experience from france to new zealand on the us and she says the every can definitely compete with modern technology. So is it better to have all new technology to have your fermentation going on twenty two degrees or Have the board of mother. She will take care. it's so simple. sometimes. I think we are a little bit. Lost in modern life is of survey. Shen you have everything you need around if not we could be dead that for sure. Not sure is perfect. If not we could not be here. Ten months the change into mature and the season helps for me to why after john adds that every is our sound from an ecological point of view using natural processes to keep the wine steady. So you have no gas. you know. Look trinity you don't even have to have solar power anything you just using the temperature already there. In the earth which for modern twenty-first-century century people conservation of energies. Very very important. And also the quiry you can use them for centuries so unlike where you need to cut down more trees in order to make more oak quivering. If it's properly taken care of you can use for hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years. So there's that aspect in terms of sustainability as well a few people outside eastern europe have probably drunk george wine even fewer will be aware that this country is one the oldest wine regions in the world. The georgians are proud of this heritage. And that's probably explains they've held onto ancient winemaking methods. They've put their trust in tradition rather than technology. Philip work d-w kakheti georgia. You're listening to an inside. Europe special culinary tour of europe because of the corona virus. Able to bring you our usual programming as you might expect. Things are a little hectic. If you get in touch our email address is europe as d w dot com. I'm keith walker in bonn germany this is inside europe. My name is keith. Walker in bonn germany and because of constraints as a result of the corona virus crisis. We are replacing our usual program with a real trees a culinary tour through the continent. Coming up we've is at the world's oldest restaurant in madrid organic signs from foods with vinas vegetable orchestra. Also how the fans went from fat to fit. Finland was the sickest country in the western world. We had the highest mortality of heart disease in the world very unhealthy lifestyle. Smoking very unhealthy diets finished. Men said that vegetables are only rabbits anymore. Not worry allman and we have a piece on italian ice cream. A scoop from bologna's gelato university scoop together for in bonn germany. You're listening inside europe thirty years ago..
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"To pursue there's back home lisa bryant d-w dijon france. You're listening to inside europe on a special culinary tour of europe to australia where vienna's public transport system is widely admired trains. Trams and buses their old frequent their foster clean but the viennese wants more than want food and odor free transport. And they're getting there. There's a total ban on easing underground kerry. Skyring sent this postcard from vienna. There's an old joke about australian bureaucracy and the countless rule slave down to keep public order. It sounds better spoken german but translates as anything not officially permitted is strictly forbidden. What it seems. Some beyond to discover a terrible oversight that eating on the underground was not officially allowed. So now it's officially banned. That's right no pizzas. No bush semel no donner kebab. And especially no fair labor cases sandwich. I speculate that this last delicacy could in fact be what finally vienna city to introduce the blanket ban on underground. Eating fail-labour case is a large slab of finely minced horsemeat the consistency of spam infused with cheese so that it drips and switz- and smells slapped into a bread roll and introduced into a packed carriage of commuters. It has the effect one would expect from tossing and a tear. Gas grenade space suddenly appears. Actually it's a recent phenomenon. This eating on public transport or at least eating differs. Food is a recent phenomenon. Shaw there's always been the vegetable stand. Where sausage in snaps could be snaffled. But one st the stand to eat and drink the idea of coffee to go along with a slice of pizza or a box of noodles and chicken is a development of the past two decades and is the food became more exotic or if you like aromatic and more available the viennese just like new yorkers eating on the go and on the underground to be fair to vienna. The ban has only come after extensive consultation. Fifty thousand tube travelers were asked. Should we stop it to third said yes. A trial run was conducted on a certain line and that seemed to go reasonably well. Nobody was arrested and nobody seemed to starve. In fact this is a band with a soft touch. The city doesn't plan to find underground foodies. The train inspectors will just have a quiet word with those who haven't read the signs when the signs are everywhere. And if you sneak mas bar into your mouth well. Strictly your shouldn't even non smutty foodstuffs are foot boat and you won't be thrown off at the station and to be relieved to know you can still drink on the vienna underground as long as it's non alcoholic smoking was banned some years back. So what's up. Poor theater labor keizer junkie. Do he's probably banned from eating at home and in the office two and now his breakfast on the morning train is ruined. Will he do that. Very envious thing and defy the rules. Will he leap into that. Crowded carriage waive his horse meat about and smugly settled into a seat all to himself. The cold stares from his fellow travelers could kill but he doesn't care. He has his theater labor qaiser to keep him. Warm kerry skyring d-w vienna. It's all about the food today. As we continue our special culinary tour of europe in georgia and just a moment's keith. Walker in bonn you're listening to inside europe. We bring you the stories. You need to hear from europe. The latest european news politics and kosher deliver it to here every week. We're on your favorite.
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"Stitcher apple podcasts. So many more. I'm keith walker. In bonn germany yellows thank to inside europe. My name is keith walker. In bomb germany in the next half hour over one third of spain's population has experienced mild to severe psychological distress since the pandemic started also hungary prepares to test russia's sputnik v vaccine could the corona virus crisis become a large scale environmental crisis. The group has collected more than one thousand masks in the region's land and waterways. And it's not just a french problem. Peltier says he's been contacted by groups from italy thailand indonesia and in south america. They're concerned about covid pollution in their own oceans and waterways plus was twenty twenty a lost year for europe africa relations africa. You relationship has never been a fair deal. There is talks about you. Know international cooperation africa euro-partnership however the relationship is still skewed in a kind of superior inferior relationship way. Europe assumes the position of the mental and africa is men's he these stories and more coming up on inside europe from bonn germany. You're listening to inside europe..
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"Safer than its neighbors and whether that will last coming from elsewhere in europe liked in helsinki looks almost pre corona virus. Normal kinser christmas shopping. They're having lunch in their restaurants drinks in their bars. No lockdown no curfew. No mandatory masks. How on earth has finland kept its infection rate. The lowest in the european union finland coronavirus strategy director fussy. Koya says one basic reason for success. Is that when fins were asked to keep their distance from each other they obliged people have really went down with the social context says. So there's something even only thirty percent of what is normal social context during the epidemiology in finland. So i think People use more phones video conversations and so on so they have found other ways to keep in contact with family and relatives and friends to matalin. A physiotherapist is among those fins. Who is wearing a mask in downtown helsinki. She says she's not afraid for herself. At age twenty six but wants to be responsible. I just want to make sure to diamond. Not the one who is putting its everywhere. You wish people would be wearing the mask more. I think this is different than not over so. I hope.
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"Sebastian kurz told a televised news conference. The attack was clearly an islamist terrorist attack. Its financial has us. Hassle won't via wasn't attack out of hatred out of hatred for our fundamental values out of hatred for our way of life out of hatred for our democracy where all people are equal rights and dignity but one thing is clear we will not be intimidated by the terrorists. following the story in vienna is. Dwi correspondent carey skyring. Carry the suspect shot dead by. Police have been through a de radicalization program and he even earned an early release. Is this apparent lapse likely to have consequences. We'll already a quite a political row. Broken out here about that. We have the chancellor and the interior minister both saying that. Well with hindsight this was the wrong decision. And asking the justice ministry for explanations have as far as the de radicalization program is concerned. Yes he he went through that. And the organization which conducts those programs is defending itself saying look we did put in through the de radicalization program. After his release. I think it was media last year but we never presented him as de radicalized. Where just to an ngo actually. Which conducts this de radicalization program. He was on probation and they should have been of him so they're turning the attention on others. So something of a political sort of buck-passing. I guess is going on here but certainly an investigation is underway into the effectiveness of de radicalization programs. And whether one can assume that a person has actually been de radicalized which in this case obviously that that wasn't the case there there were initial reports of shootings at multiple locations in vienna. What we know about the number of attackers involved. Well having followed this right from the very start. When can only put down those initial reports of tax six locations and multiple attack is To confusion the fog of war or something similar that it it turns out there was just one gunman and that is the one who was shot by police on monday. Night within nine minutes of him starting shooting so just one attack and what's been said about the targets of the attack. As far as police are concerned it appears that it was simply random shooting in popular part of the city for people going out on this evening. It was warm enough on that november. Evening quite a rarity for people to be sitting outside the attacks did start near the synagogue. One can only speculate that. Perhaps he was going to attempt to enter the synagogue. Synagogue was closed But we can only speculate about that. No one knows what his were and he certainly simply targeted people in restaurants and on the street. Australia has just come out of three days of mourning. Clearly this is hit people. They're very hard. Yes it has. I can only speak from experience of talking to people of walking. The streets and one had the feeling that austrians had thought. This isn't going to happen to us. Because for years now almost a decade we've seen terrorist attacks in many other cities of europe many parts of europe and most recently in niece and austria vienna very open city. A very international city had not experienced this. I don't think people assume it wasn't going to happen here when it did. It was a shock and People very upset walking the streets. Now there are very few people out there. Because there's an alert still on and people have been. I think changed pirate and of course. There's also the coronavirus lockdown. Which which i guess is long at the same time that adds to the i think sense of what's happened to alive to the peace To the calmness and safety of this city because it is really a very safe city you mentioned the attack and niece could the timing of the attack in vienna be linked here now. A number people are saying that this could be the case and let me. Just refer back to the de radicalization program. The person running that program said they lost meeting with the attacker was in october and at that meeting he actually denounced the attack in niece so he was aware of that attack and denounced it as i guess. Part of his way of convincing the The people he was working with that he had de radicalized and the people again conducting the de radicalization program. Say look that attack in this could easily have been a role model for any number of other attackers. Carry scarring and vienna. Thanks very much. Thank you from germany's international broadcaster. Dpw this as inside.
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"The participation of the vegetable kingdom. A. Puccini Road Chrysanthemums as a requiem on learning of the death of his good friend Duke of Savoy and the melancholy of the music sums up the current mood here in Spain despite the end of the state of emergency, on Sunday, the country is still in mourning the loss of over twenty seven thousand lives to Covid nineteen, but there is another reason behind having an audience of plants. We are having a very very strong message around the way human beings in their attitude treat, or we treat the planet. It's not sustainable anymore to behave this way using so many plastic. This attitude of burning our our planet so in some way. Trying to rice, the voices of the plants of the planet in this Symbolic Concert. A. Last concert and research, gentle ripple off an applause. Even know actually see any of the plants moving. Some audiences are really hard to please. And, surely afterwards the plants were given as gifts to two thousand and two hundred ninety two primary healthcare workers as a way to thank them for their brave world in the coronavirus pandemic as she Sharma d-w Madrid. Inside Europe gives you the big stories from Europe every week at this time news, politics, culture, and more, and if you'd like to get in touch with the team, we love to hear from you on this email address Europe. Is D W Dot? com, you can also subscribe to inside Europe on ear. Usual PODCAST APP.
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"All of our money on this trip and couldn't get a refund. And that was the motivation was to not lose the money and to see this country, because we were celebrating our thirtieth anniversary as well as my husband, seventy fifth birthday, and well once we hear, we came to the ruins, and they said they were closed for twenty days. And then the next day I think it was they put us on. Lockdown couldn't find any flights that we could afford. And when we did find one was booked before we could get it. Our. Children decided that we were safer here because of the small town and The discipline of the Italians so I, do feel much safer here. See this is this is why people are afraid of Thomas the. You know they come to Europe on. There's a second wave, or or whatever and they are trapped. They can't go back to the US or Canada or wherever they're coming from on the then they're faced with having to pay for hotels, and so on and so forth so exactly, and there are many stories a that are very similar. Similar to this that we've heard in recent times, and that actually raises one important question, and that is even when Europe starts to reopen, even when hotels for example reopen a holiday, homes or beaches, it is still unclear whether people will actually travel because there is a certain concern in in Europe in many countries as well that they could be a second wave for example the reason why the? The German government also said it will be monitoring corona virus data very closely, and if the numbers go up in a surgeon region, they could reissue travel warning, but it's also important that we're talking about this couple in in Italy. Because Italy actually reopened borders to European travelers this week in part to oversee rescue, its tourism industry dropped a ban on travel between regions as well and this is followed. Followed by other countries that are also taking measures to try and reopen their borders and start again the as very important summer season. Let's not forget. The tourism in Europe provides around ten percent of the continent's economic output and many many jobs. Millions of jobs actually depend on tourism. So this is not only about people going on holidays. This is also about making sure that Europe's economy can. Rebound can get back to normal as quickly as possible. That's not forget again that Europe's economy has been badly hit by this coronavirus pandemic. Yeah, on a lot of people are thinking of instead of vacations as steak Haitians, or as we say in Europe, a holiday, or maybe a whole stay status correct, and that's why also countries that taking measures for example to. Get people out and about in their own countries when I talk about Italy, lifting a ban on travel between regions or in Germany you also have many ideas for people to travel, maybe not to a different country altogether, but to stay at home and go to two places in their own country. That's again also intended to make sure that the specific regional economies get a boost at a time when that boost is particularly needed. Okay Thomas good to Tokyo, but to talk to you Keith Thomas Barrow is. Political and security correspondent..
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"You a better as usual is a senior Europe analyst for geopolitical intelligence firm Strip for dot com still to come. The nightingales are back in Berlin. The Best News I've had since the pandemic started is that it didn't stop the nightingales from coming all the way from West Africa also that reports. I promised to buy pubs and bars. Getting back to business in the Czech Republic is coming up. You're listening to inside Europe A few weeks ago at the height of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe is. Looks like there'd be no tourism season the three main summer holiday destinations Spain Italy and France. Where overwhelmed by severely ill patients and their economies where in full lockton fortunately plans are now afoot to hopefully reopen borders next month and welcome tens of millions of Sun worshippers but Nick Martin reports the desire to save major parts of their economies could leave countries battling a second wave of infections. Spain has started the next phase of relaxing. Its drone virus lockdown with people being allowed to meet in groups in Madrid and Barcelona Europe's main tourism havens have been racing against the clock to slow down the spread of the Corona Virus. The site of airlines grounded hotel shuttered and beaches.
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"Which which actually disc yes. I have this kind of tiny clip on. And you your belt. Yes yes yes exactly. That's that's usually the place where I put it. The system goes so that when I'm awake. Use these accelerator here beside my hip and measures my activities but also it measures the absence of the activity and during my sleep time. I use it on wrist and it measures. How would actually Eisley with this accelerometer clips to your pants? The stone lady with a clipboard can keep an eye on you every minute of the day. Some people think is big. Brother says dozen carriers. We walked towards the station for my train home. The accelerometer clocking approvingly. Every step. But when it's for your health he says people don't mind perhaps they would if it administered little shocks when he spent too long without moving but that of course is not the case yet John. Dwi Helsinki and that's our show for today Especially one this week because of the corona virus crisis It's produced with help from Helen's seaney scientific nation this week. Is Christoph Gruber? I'm Keith Walker. Thank you for listening. You can also subscribe to inside Europe on your usual podcast APP inside. Europe comes to from Germany's international broadcaster. D. W. in Bonn isn't..
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"Or fighting and then the Christmas out in our La. The you'll know sound on Christmas safe will be a bit more of a part I. I'm sure that again this Christmas here. Sonar la we'll come like small kids with their parents and the grandparents and maybe maybe even grand grandparents. Then we have some LURGI. You know hot wine and then of course some candies to the people and people gives was to us who are working you sound presence and having this this globe you now. This is a Christmas tradition. Listen I could definitely get used to carry Roy D. W. on signs grace and that's our show for today inside. Europe gives you the big stories from Europe every week news politics culture some Christmas stuff on a on a lot more as well. It's produced withheld from Helen. Seaney the scientific ignition. This week is get Georgi and I'm Keith Walker you can also subscribe to inside Europe on your favorite podcast up inside. Europe comes to you from Germany's international international broadcaster D. W. in bomb. Yeah Yeah..
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"Down near the gunman problem family problem. Hello how did you get here buzzing. Took took a plane from Gambia. Turkey one stomach foster UMA isn't sure where he wants to go the UK may be but in any case he will have added several thousand miles to his trip. In order to go via Turkey. I met another man on a similar trip from Sierra Leone. By roden boat they take the new Balkan route to avoid rights abuses and exploitation in Libya. One results is that Turkey does not only control migration flows into Europe from the Middle East and Asia but also from Africa even west Africa. But what does President Obama Edwin hope to gain by threatening Europe with the mother of all migrants crises. Well the reason Ankara gives is money. The EU promised six billion euros heroes. And they've still only paid three. But that's not all according to Anglo Siragus. MP With the ruling New Democracy Party who was in charge of migration issues at the Interior Ministry from two thousand twelve to two thousand fifteen. He has a specific aim which is related with a station next to the Turkey Syrian borders. He wants to establish a safe zone. Or twenty miles along all the border quits. His three hundred miles some leglise these and erect in the safe zone new cities he believes. These cities can accommodate between two to three million citizens who live in Turkey today in reality quad he wants to do is to ethnic cleans the area next to the border from the Kurds. The eyelids and the various minorities who live in the area Christians and others and put their Arab Sunnis loonies. He wants the European Union to pay for this project and he starts pressing the European Union by sending these people to agrees failing which Siragus told me otherwise would not be unhappy to give the u the club that snubbed Turkey's membership request four million or so so mainly poor mainly Muslim refugees and migrants to deal with so I- Alzira goes if it came to that what government do if at Doane decides it's to open the gates at he says he these equivalent in attack people are used on purpose for other means according to the international of this. Is We club tonight to stop. Ships entering illegally into Greek territorial waters back in Samos. The child old is practicing for the Samos. Independence Day parade independence from your Turks. One much later than by the rest of Greece in nineteen twelve but in this looming new migrant crisis independent is precisely what Greece is not as the mayor of Samos puts it. Turkey holds the case piece. Dwi some squeeze. And I'm Keith Walker. In Bonn you're listening to inside Europe ECO ECO warrior aggressor tune Berg as she recently had a rail journey across Germany. And it's put a new spotlight on Germany's state owned rail. Operator Deutsche Bomb Tom which is one of the biggest transport companies in the world. She tweeted a picture of herself. You may have seen it. She's sitting on the floor in between the carriages looking. Oh sorry for herself and she described she was on overcrowded Deutsche Bahn train following the UN climate conference in Madrid and Thomas Sparrow. Dwi's political correspondent has been following the story Hello Thomas Hello Kitty some Greta. Critics are accusing her of lying about sitting on the floor and confusing. so-called cuddle class with First Class. Well what begun with that tweet is now a much bigger story that has put a spotlight on some of the problems that Deutsche Bahn is facing abandoned fact replied to Greta tune books tweet. They tend to for supporting deutchebanks battle against climate change but what came afterwards when they also said that it would have been even better even nicer. If Greta twinbrook had also reported how the team the DOJ Abban Team mm-hmm had served her other seats in the First Class section of one of the train. She traveled and They have been different reactions regarding these tweets both host from Greta twinbrook from Deutsche. Bahn there those was you say I have accused of lying and there are others will say that on the other hand this has actually shed some light on some of the problems. That Autobahn has if you talk to Germans. Many are very critical of Deutsche Bahn. They said it's not very punctual. That opted there are frequent delays that there are shortages that the trains not enough. You name it. Many Germans are very critical of Deutsche. Bahn that is not always the case with foreigners come to the country but in any case this tweet by British Columbia and the reaction by Deutsche Bahn as again. Put the spotlight on this rail operator here in Germany and my friends from the US visits and there are very impressed They said the train network in Germany is clean and quiet and Kinda reliable now. Let's talk about Deutsche. Bahn and Germany's Socialist Left Party has jumped on this Greta Timberg train bandwagon. And it's saying that rather than investing electric cars to fight climate change but the German government should offer everyone in the country. Cheaper Rail Fares we have to understand the context in which is happening. That is a very big debate. Not only in Germany me but specifically in in Germany about what the country can do an is planning to do when it comes to fighting climate change and that's why for example. The German left Podgy in particular Keeping said that it was more important to subsidize public transport. MORE EGALITARIAN WAY to fight climate change. But it's important again to mention that the overall context of this discussion regarding what way Germany should move when it comes to fighting climate change where the focus. Oh Gosh should be where the government should actually Plan that very potent strategy in the next decade in fact it's important to stress Keith. That the German government one of it's key priorities in recent years has been to develop a very very important. Climate package are very controversial packages. Well which some say is very very ambitious other people say it doesn't go far enough Thomas Thank you always a positive to WSB political correspond. Toss Spiro speaking to us from Berlin broadcasting from Germany this as inside Europe one of the big issues of the twenty.
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"But the streets may soon be the only place where there is space for real debate. Besides the new culture law the prime minister's fetus deduce and it's Christian Democratic Coalition partners have also rushed through legislation which your position has developed a muscle law it seeks to eliminate protest. I inside parliament for example fines for legislatures. Who Don't towed align have been increased from six months salary to twelve months and and suspensions have been increased from nine parliamentary sessions to a whopping sixty the European as expressed concern over the democratic credentials chill so Hungary a member state? But for now it remains to Hungarians themselves to show their discontent with the rapid changes. Stefan boss deal you Budapest. And I'm Keith Walker in Bonn you're listening to inside Europe breath in Greenland. The winters are long long and dark and the becomes difficult to travel because the ice closes in perhaps unsurprisingly people look forward to Christmas with special relish actually burn has more on the Norwegian Christmas celebrations. You have McKay is the world's most northerly capital city and today almost all of its seventeen thousand inhabitants have gathered around.
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"Hungary's ruling party has quickly pushed through controversial legislation. Impacting cultural organizations. It will give Prime Minister Viktor. Orban's nationalist government more control over the nation's theaters artists and other critics. Say The new law is part of broader attempts to curtail L. Creative and independent thinking in Hungary and that will become more difficult for opposition parliamentarians to protest against these developments. The government has also approved legislation increasing fines and penalties on lawmakers who disrupt legislative activities Stephan boss reports from Budapest. ACLU says cool chair is foundation of the A nation. This person says thousands echo his sentiments on a rainy gloomy winter day in downtown Budapest artists opposition politicians and others express their sadness and anger over. What Day say amounts to a government takeover of independent theaters? The law was rushed rushed through parliament in time for Christmas by legislatures supporting Prime Minister. Viktor Orban it includes a bigger say for Orban's right-wing swing nationalist government over the appointment of directors at municipal theatres debt-relief central state funding many theaters depend on the state to operate as they lack the financial resources to work without government support in future. A National Council culture will determine which which institutions are culturally significant enough to receive financing four. Five years. It's president will be appointed by the government. The recently elected liberal leaning mayor of Budapest. Gay Gut Joan is furious. He tells the crowd at the law is a government attempts to punish ernest. The United Opposition for its victories in the October municipal election. Other other could i. I'm unhappy happy that I have to come on stage again because I believe that the podium just like culture is not for the politicians it belongs to the artists and they're public but we know that everybody is being dictated to by the government. We also know that it's mostly because of Budapest. It's an attempt went to punish us for the October thirteenth municipal elections at that time. The people of Budapest raised their heads out of the swamp. They decided to vote to take back their city. The Budapest mayor has urged wealthy people into capital to help finance the theaters and ooh earlier. This week he signed the free CDs agreement with the mayors of capital CDs in nearby countries Brock Warsaw and brought his lava like Budapest. These capitals are all ruled by independent or opposition leaders got. John hopes their agreement will help them. Obtain Doc direct funding from the European Union Hungary's culture. Bill which was rushed through Parliament within days east narrower in scope than the government the plant but it was only because the original proposals were leaked Andrew condemnation from across the cultural scene however artists viewed the revised law as a further effort by Orban's ruling fetus party and Christian Democratic allies to limit artistic freedom of expression and cultural cultural autonomy until now theaters were among the last beacons of free speech and freedom of thought. That's because many of the country's mainstream dream and public media having placed under the control of Orban's allies and the government has also increased its influence over education scientific typically search Gorz and even churches young Hungarian actress Lisa Kudrow of the Knotty Miklos Theater is concerned. Talk about the future of our generation me Magyarorszag Hara means autism. Movies Save we Hungary. The under thirty year old actors actors and a lot of things could have divided us such as where we graduated from or who are a class teacher was or who voted for but our generation works together as in the case of this cultural law under these rules. We don't feel secure or any future in our field. ECKFORD on founded rush ball and compares the current political climate to situation three decades ago when Hungary was a communist country without a multi. Party democracy circus on your headphones. We can see a repetition of the nineteen seventies with central control and censorship. I've already been through that. Let's not have it it again actress. You did pokorny agrees. And I've seen this show finish noise. I wasn't actress in the nineteen sixties seventies and eighties. After after thirty years of democracy. I didn't expect to be intimidated as I was back. Then.
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