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Fresh update on "guatemala" discussed on Mark Levin
"So and I could read that little bit more later, but I just want to jump into this point to really set the stage for Biden. Because Biden is making a mess across many categories, So we're going to talk about China, right. We're going to talk about what's going on. Domestically. We're going to talk about what's happening with Congress. But I want to talk about what's happening right now at the southern border because literally something like 12,000 illegal migrants crossed illegally into the United States since Thursday night. Or Thursday afternoon. You've got the mayor's down there that are under siege. Asking things like, Where is the vice president who's supposed to be in charge of this? Where is Kamala Who I like to call came my life. This which in Spanish means how bad she is. Where is came A liar is where is Kamala Harris, the vice president. Even Stephanie rule from MSNBC was just asking today regarding the border crisis. Where is our vice president? She was supposed to be in charge of all of this. Check this out. How about the message from our vice president? Where is she? She was supposed to be in charge of all of these migration issues going to those Northern triangle countries. That's obviously not Haiti. That was one of her first international trips with the message. Do not come here illegally. People aren't listening. What is she saying now? Well, we haven't heard a lot from the vice president. Of course, you point out she was focused on this Northern triangle countries. A lot of her work was in Guatemala working with that government. A lot of the diplomacy, which is what the vice president was focused on was with Mexico. And essentially, what we're seeing now is a breakdown of that work with Mexico. Okay. Hold on a second. I think you heard the same clip that I heard. So they said, Where is Kamala Harris and gently circle back to sake? Silent peace. She says, Well, you know, we really haven't heard a lot from her. Excuse me, we we We've lost. It's like Where's Waldo? Where's Carmen? San Diego. Where is Kamala Harris? We don't know where the vice president is. We really haven't heard a lot from her. Isn't it your job, or are you throwing her under the bus? Because you're sticking up for Joe L Barbosa Biden president, right? I don't know which one it is. Maybe you guys can help me figure that out. But I think To me. It sounds like she's not only White House press secretary, but today she is also the White House bus driver, and she is throwing this right under the bus and from she's running her over. Actually, it's more like, um, refugee, smashing her, and then she's going over. What is the deal here? Now. It doesn't help. Not at all. Not one bit. That Secretary Alejandro my organs the secretary of Homeland Security in Del Rio, Texas. Um, yesterday today, and he tells a reporter asking if he'd admit that there is a border crisis, which I would say is more like border chaos. Saying I'm gonna stop you right there. This is just the challenge. Listen to this. So.
US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas
"The. Us flu haitians cramped in texas border town back to their homeland on sunday and try blocking others from crossing the border from mexico in a massive show of force that signaled the beginning of what could be one of america's swiftest large-scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades more than three hundred twenty migrants arrived in port-au-prince on three flights and haiti said six flights were expected on tuesday in all. Us authorities move to expel many of the more than twelve. Thousand migrants camped around bridge in del. Rio texas off to crossing from mexico. The only obvious parallel for such an expulsion without an opportunity to seek asylum was in nineteen ninety-two when the coast guard intercepted haitian refugees at sea. Similarly large numbers of mexicans have been sent home during peak years of immigration but over land a not so suddenly central americans have also crossed the border in comparible numbers without being subject to mass expulsion although mexico has agreed to accept them from the us the pandemic related authority in effect since march. Twenty twenty when the border was closed on sunday. The migrants initially found other ways to cross nearby until they were confronted by federal and state law enforcement. Mexico said on sunday would also begin deporting haitians to their homeland. A government officials said the flights would be from towns near the us border and the border with guatemala where the largest group remains haitians have migrating to the us in large numbers from south america for several years. Many having left the caribbean nation after a devastating twenty ten earthquake. Some of the migrants at the del. Rio cam said the recent devastating earthquake in haiti and the assassination of president. Moe's made them afraid to return to a country that seems more unstable than when they left.
Fresh update on "guatemala" discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"Bethune. And she said she took a video of it and then called. The fbi was on august twenty seventh. The last time or parents talked to her as august twenty fifth. Wow so august twenty seventh. She said she drove by and she said it was in a remote area. The teton national park and she was like not many people. You know when you're going to go camp. Not many people go to that side of the teton national park. And i guess she knows it fairly well and she said because it was such a interesting looking vehicle. She took a picture of it not realizing that it was probably you know where it was empty at the time. So where were they. Was that when the this horrific deed was taking place. Is that when he was hiding the body who knows or allegedly. I have to say so but it was her calling the fbi. They got the fbi to go to that. Part of the teton national park. And start looking. I didn't understand that until this morning. There was a lot of last night online. That people were saying social media people founder. Not the fbi. Now that makes sense. Because she's a she's a vlogger a blogger so that's why people were saying that but she was the one who told him that she saw the van which kind of narrowed the search but they still had find her. They looked for three days before they found his body. In the meantime we've got a response from haiti the country really. They're asking the us there. Asking the state department jenas. Please stop deporting migrants as the country remains in crisis. Oh so so. leave them here you. They're yours now. Basically is what haiti so it should be interesting to try to figure this out because if you look at the the journey that the average haitian would have to take to get from haiti to the mexican texas border. You gotta go through believes to get a go through guatemala mexico. I mean it's like three countries plus of course the journey across the water to get there. Are they flying them into mexico. I don't know that's a good question. Where do they get to put him up because they expect about..
U.S. Reopens Immigration Program for Central American Children
"Mine administration is accepting new applications for recently reinstated program that helps them minors from central america to reunite with parents in the united states details from npr sprinkle or donas president biden restarted. The obama era program this spring that allows children from el salvador guatemala and honduras to apply to be reunited with apparent lawfully in the united states. The program was terminated by the trump administration after restarting the program the biden administration reopened fourteen hundred cases that had been closed by the previous administration then in july the biden's state department and homeland security department announced that it would expand eligibility to include legal guardians as well as parents in the united states. The white house says tens of thousands of families should be eligible for the program which is seen as a safer alternative to illegal means of
Fresh update on "guatemala" discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
"Good money to you, Julie. Great to be here. You know, it's all advertised. If you've got to start off with a Monday good to have it with you here, and we are talking about not Madonna. No. Now we're talking about the border and the crisis there at the border. This was the department Homeland Security Secretary for under the Obama administration. J. Johnson on CNN this weekend, 12 We have to get control of our borders. 200,000 month is a lot of people. DHS just released the numbers for August. It's 200,000. August is typically a month. Where it's very low and those kinds of numbers and the images. You just showed your audience, uh, saps the ability, it overwhelms the ability of DHS, the border patrol ice to cope with the the incoming Yeah, well, and it is an overwhelming situation right now on the border. Todd Benziman is with the Center for Immigration Studies. He's the senior national security fellow. There he is on the ground right now at the border joins us live Todd Good Monday morning to use their Good morning. Thanks for having me. Yeah, well, thanks for joining us. I mean, we have heard, you know, 15,000 or so illegal immigrants, many of them from Haiti, many of them from Cuba that have congregated there at Del Rio, Texas. The The border crossing. What is the situation like right now, Todd? Well, the Department of Homeland Security is doing what it can to empty this camp out. But I believe that there are probably still 10 or 11,000 people in there. I was on the Mexican side yesterday yesterday evening. And this is a camp that, uh, so large. I'm not sure that the country has seen anything like this. And it's history really on our soil at, um the difficulties of feeding and sheltering and providing sanitation service to things like Pretty extreme. And so the regrets themselves are having to, uh Apply themselves by crossing over to the Mexican, the Mexican side purchasing food and then crossing it back there, And yesterday evening I was there, watching that it was really remarkable thousands of people On the Mexico on the Texas side of the Rio Grande, with a rope strung across to the Mexican side and swimming emissaries over to purchase food. And then back again right there, Watching that. That's the sort of thing that we're dealing with. But there are terrible political optics here for the five administration. I think I can understand why they want to reduce the numbers this fastest possible, so putting them on buses. And they're shipping them out of this camp and other places. Including, uh, deportation flights to Haiti itself, which is having an incredible effect. You know of deterrence. Uh, yeah, This is Julie Gundlach you talk about, um, you know the conditions there and how bleak it is, Um, but, you know, we heard Jay Johnson talking about 2000 coming over in August. And that's supposed to be a small, you know, a number where those numbers are a month rather or those numbers are down. But this isn't new news. This this is continuing to happen. This has been happening happening four months for more than that. And and what? When is you know what sort of, you know, Um, steps are being taken by the vitamin station. They're not down. Obviously, nobody's visited down there. But is there any, um, news on any steps besides shipping these people either further into the United States or back home to Haiti? Is there any news on anything else that's being done? The brand new thing that I have seen this administration do is it went Trump here yesterday by deporting by on ice error, Haitians. All the way to port of Prince, by the way, many of these hates have not lived in Haiti and years they've been living in Chile. Uh, fact. I've never met a Haitian and in a year of talking to them, who actually came directly from Haiti, every single one of them are coming from Chile and Brazil where they've been living. Surely and prosperously in those countries, so the fact that they're deporting them back to Haiti itself is at Meeks. Britain at the time. So yesterday I was in the Data Jr Bus station. And for the first time I saw Haitians boarding buses and driving and having them take them south back to Guatemala. I couldn't believe it because two days ago I was in the same box state Wow before the deportation. Threat. Uh, and watch bus after bus after Boston to scourged themselves of patients going straight to the water to the Texas side yesterday, I saw them buying tickets to happen. Chula. And boarding the buses out and south and that is something that I think is incredibly impactful because all of them told me They are not even going to let that attempt to go over to the Texas side for fear of being flown back, which is the worst one. Let's hope that this Scout. Yeah, Let's hope that this does have an impact at Todd Todd Benjamin joining us again with the Center for Immigration Studies. Todd Thank you so much for the report there from the border. We really appreciate it. It is 7 43 here on W M A L..
US Steps Up Effort To Unite Families Separated Under Trump
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the bike did been astray shin is expanding efforts to unite families separated under the trump administration the bike that ministration is stepping up efforts to reunite migrant families that were separated under former president Donald trump's zero tolerance policy on illegal border crossings a federal task force initiated a new program Monday in an effort to locate parents most of whom are believed to be in Guatemala Honduras Mexico and Brazil under the program parents who are located will be helped to return to the United States and they will get at least three years of legal residency work permits and support services the American civil liberties union estimates more than fifty five hundred children were separated from their families Mike Crossey out Washington
Fresh update on "guatemala" discussed on The Audio Long Read
"Stone architecture and writing all gradually emerged at certain key. Political centers led by kings and fed by the north and central american staple crops of maize beans and squash. It was during the classic period that things truly took off especially in a region that has become known as the southern lowlands including northern guatemala belize and southeast mexico between eighty two fifty nine hundred growing populations more cities more monuments and more inscriptions appeared major cities such as tea collins catholic mu had populations of as many as one hundred twenty thousand people. Although many of these cities were located on soils particularly suited to productive maize agriculture. There was one problem. Rainfall was not consistent throughout the year and the geology often made the capture and storage of precious water through the dry months challenging. Many scholars have argued. That major droughts brought the system to its knees in the terminal classic period between eighty eight hundred nine hundred in the southern lowlands in this view. Large centers and their political classes had overreached cutting down trees to build their monuments and planting that corn on poor soils with their populations precariously sustained across a heavily altered landscape. There was nothing they could do. When drought came people lost faith. In elites construction stopped famine ensued and the classic population dispersed itself across the landscape. So often goes the story of the classic maya amazingly however far from being compact. We now know that even in the most well known of maya centers like coupon decal. The population was relatively dispersed. Instead of having fields outside and politics insight fields were located throughout the urban infrastructure and residences and instead of a small focal point cities spread over a hundred square kilometres. Recent studies of takale have shown a network of moats dwellings reservoirs and pyramid clusters that extend out from a single hill for up to two hundred square kilometers into the surrounding landscape. Innovative aerial surveys have now made similar findings across the mile world. In almost all instances instead of isolated urban buds scientists have found vast landscapes of small and large centers connected by dispersed agrarian landscapes residential areas causeways.
Labor Day Could Exacerbate COVID Surge With Millions Still Unvaccinated, Experts Warn
"And on this labor day health officials are concerned that the millions of americans travelling and gathering in crowds to mark the unofficial of summer could cause another kovic search. Just as a new school year begins more on that now from guatemala negus tonight. Millions of americans are flocking to vacation hot spots this holiday weekend. Despite a cdc warning the unvaccinated should stay close to home. People aren't vaccinated. They travel the tsa reporting five point. Three million passengers crossing airport security since friday. More than double the number seen at this point during labor day weekend last year. I'm going to disneyworld. Cova numbers in florida scare me. But i'm vaccinated many making their way to stadiums music festivals and beaches across the country yet. The spread of the virus rages on the number of reported cases reaching forty million in the us. Now health experts fear. The holiday weekend could be another super spreader. Justice kids are returning to the classroom. He should especially be cautious about travel if you have children in school or starting school soon because most cases and transmission are likely to happen during travel and those could be cases you carry into the classroom with covert already forcing at least fourteen hundred in-person school closures. Since the beginning of this school year recent data from the american academy of pediatrics indicates more than one in five new cases are in children.
Asylum Seekers or Economic Migrants? With Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan
"Let's talk about who these people because this isn't really discussed with so is we accept so many people land of immigrants so let. Let's be clear who's coming across the border. My this. this is personal to me. My parents were actual. Refugees got asylum status. Why because my father was liberated from a communist prison where he had been put there for his beliefs not committing a crime but for believing that communism was bad. He was on a shoot to kill list if he was captured. After the hungarian revolution he wasn't going back to prison. He was going to be executed in the street so when he escaped with his seventeen year. Old future live in the refugee camp. After six weeks of interrogation by counterintelligence offices he was given refugee asylum status which is given to those who wear the for religious political or other reasons will be allowed to stay in that country because otherwise they would die. Ob persecuted if they return in the hundreds of thousands of people across the border. Are these people mark. Morgan asylum seekers with refugee status. No they're economic migrants. Your your listeners. Need to pay attention. What you just said you're spot on asylum asylum is if you're a victim of state-sponsored persecution because of your religious beliefs or your your membership in a protected class your political affiliation. That's what asylum it's not for economic conditions. So look i got. You may live and in some harsh economic conditions. And i've got you may live in a city where there's general violence god and that's not good but that is not a balance island quite this administration knows it. Ninety percent of silent claims are invalid and found to at the end receive a court order removal and they know that but they're still encouraging illegal immigration. And who's coming. Is it old mexico. Guatemala and on tourists whose combat she. That's another false narrative of out there. Look this is why we say. It's not just about our public safety. It's also about our national security right now on average border to apprehend illegal aliens from one hundred forty different countries. It's two hundred in the world guys. There's only two hundred countries from one hundred and forty crossing the southern border. Romania ghanistan yemen bangladesh. A golden on everywhere everywhere. It's unbelievable
Democrats Panic As Hispanic Voters Leave the Party
"Democrats panic asian voters. Leave the party. What are the trends that we are seeing. And why does it matter. Why is it so important okay. So you've got newt. Gingrich trending on twitter. Because he's he's spouting off about replacement ideology which is sprint. Conspiracy theorist for for far right trolls on the internet. No actually democrats admitted that they are pro demographic replacement. Why does any of this surprise us when we have things like. Crt raging throughout our institutions especially our schools that are essentially anti white racialist marxism. Why should be. Why should we be surprised that there's such a strong anti white sentiment within the democrat community. That they are cheering and they have been for years by the way. We're just sort of finally. it's week we call it the great awakening of america to the weakness so we are becoming awake to the wo- kness so we're not not replacement some fringe thing. I mean they're just really proud about it but this is the great irony of it now. I am very anti illegal immigration. I'm actually very in favor of decreasing legal immigration. I think one point two million legals is far too much. So let's take that down by like half if not three chords. I'm not even kidding. I think they're good immigrants. And then there are not so good immigrants and i think illegal immigration is an absolute travesty. Nevertheless sweet irony of all of this and we saw this recently with the cuban crisis that has erupted that the democrats are very happy to take future democrat. Voters or who they think are going to be democrat voters from the northern triangle nicaragua salvador honduras guatemala for mexico. They're very happy to take those immigrants and they're very happy to basically make claims that the border is totally under control. But it's not because actually they're playing along gay. They call that replacement theory or ideology. It's total garbage. It's actually just calling a spate of spayed. We know what they're up to. We know what it is and yet look at these headlights. Is there from today. Folks biden tries to stem the alarming flow of minority voters away from democrats ahead of midterm elections. That's from the washington examiner. Pj media democrats panic as latinos and asian voters. Leave the party. How about the atlantic voters who could turn california read the state. Gop comeback runs through latino communities.
Border Patrol Agents Apprehend Nearly 200 Migrants at the Border
"Patrol's Tucson sector in Arizona is seeing a major increase in unaccompanied Children crossing the border. Matt Madison has more agents say they found a large group of 197 migrants making an illegal entry on Wednesday, and 147 were unaccompanied Children, the agency explained. The sector has encountered more than 13,600 unaccompanied migrant Children so far this fiscal year that represents a 189% increase compared to last Year. Most of those found on Wednesday where from Guatemala
Biden Visits Michigan to Tout Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan
"Up his bipartisan infrastructure package an additional plans for investing in families and education during a visit Saturday to a Michigan Cherry farm. President also pitched his immigration plans when a chatting with two couples from Guatemala who were picking Cherries, Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer joined Biden in Traverse City. The
President Biden Visits Northern Michigan Cherry Farm
"President, Biden talked up his bipartisan infrastructure package in additional plans for investing in families and education during a visit Saturday to a Michigan Cherry farm. President also pitched his immigration plans when a chatting with two couples from Guatemala who were picking Cherries, Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer joined Biden in Traverse
Biden Says Guns Are Source of Violence yet Fails to Study Facts and Root Causes
"So tomorrow, Joe Biden will have his Paula bureau that surrounds some cobble together a bunch of words on note cards where he'll talk about guns. As the source of violence in this country. Guns. It's like the filibuster. We got to get rid of the filibuster. We got to get rid of guns. See, they don't want to dress the people behind the filibuster and what they've done over the decades. They don't want to address the people who pulled the trigger on the guns. No, no, no, no, it's the guns. It's the guns. Even though we know more people are killed in this country with knives. Those are the static. A Who cares? Facts don't matter when you're debating the left. They just don't. It's their agenda. They drive the narrative. They have morons like Chuck Todd out there. Pushing the narrative because they're good Little Democrats, soldiers They're not going to talk about the root causes of crime. You know when it comes to immigration The The second. Birthing person, aka the vice president. Sugar to Guatemala. We can. Hey, you know, we got to get to the root causes and we had really a good Good meeting. I would call it a success if I regretting myself. Can we get to the root causes of crime Now? What are your white racist? Oh, Guns. Guns. Okay, It's guns. The Democrats have answers to nothing. Because they reject reason and knowledge and science while claiming to embrace all of them. So it's going to be guns because that's easy. It's easy to control. You.
"guatemala" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Heard that joe marcello is denying he ever went guatemala so at first i was kind of like well now. We're going to get the real story on things. But now after he. I don't like you know well are. Are we going to get story on really but separate myth from the fact is kind of hard bob guys. I know that most of us would rather leave the myth of this low. Yeah yeah as unsure. As i know i have people ask me about what was it like. You know all of those guys around and working on the mob. Well long boring. Our mind numbing our descent and watson nothing and then you'd have like about five minutes ago. Flurry back debbie right down if you license plate numbers and then go back in cali. Fbi oh yeah. We saw that guy. Thanks a lot man a. We'd never put them together. That sense over here over there though. It's a interesting all right ron. i appreciate it now. would you come back. When these days you've got some more stories gonna mythbusters stories From what you said about the bank robbery that grocery store reality. That aren't real quick anybody. That's red mafia king fish. They know the story of carlos robbing the bank and the bank being happy to get their money back that they didn't press charges. That's a bunch of crap. And then the story and hollows becoming known as fagin because he used couple kids the rob his store. That's kinda got some factual stopping but a lot of details were left out be. I'd be happy if you're willing to have me back in. I'd be happy to come back. Oh yeah anything new orleans. I'm happy docked. By carlos carlos guy we've got the most information about as he was most public in went through so much but i'd love to get into some of the other guys too or carlos even college was around because that's another myth. Everybody thinks carlos was here doing everything by himself. That's in no way. I mean there was a bunch of the guys are there was a lot of people. Think oh it. Type new orleans only had twenty people out but yeah. I'm really talking about anything. So yeah he probably had a whole. I can't city. They have old love huge extended network of professional boosters burglars in jury thieves guys specialized now jewelry stores the jewelry salesman and he had extended is lacking cancer. May be ten or fifteen made guys but boy. The tentacles extended way much further than that. I'm sure it was the same way one last quick question i guess now. How close was he to. Santos draw kante geographically. They were pretty close but it seemed like i don't really hear anything about him doing visits. Now that's one of the Having mean dig more into ballet. Kansas city connection his ever lot about kansas city. Guys coming down here you mentioned before we started this about the luna being married into the family here but yeah mandate is things. I've been wanting to dig warranty but as understandings right now. Yeah they didn't really have a lot of business together but trophic conti. He came to new orleans a lot and there was at least one guy here. One may guy here guy by the name of nino lewis khao. He was the nephew of joseph who took over from trough they after he died and members first name but we take over. nato was his nephew. Carlos made him into the new orleans family. As i understand it as a favor all the circumstances around. I'm not i don't ask. They were close. Let never dug up any concrete information of anything. They were involved with with each other. As far as business stuff is kinda like with kansas city. They were close. The brother our underboss frank. Dilemma was married to a resume. To- who was for the underlying. Shall we say of marcello back then. But i don't know of any real business sabre doing together. But they had some kind of connection there. no doubt about that i just. I don't know if anybody ever got into what kind of business they add. It may go all the way back to like the video poker machines at gag. Liano them got in trouble for so about the same time they had kansas city. Family had a hobo video poker machines throughout the whole city in kansas city. And before all said somebody like you know works actually out that. Hey you know. There's there's machines that you can make my ernani on all the city just like a casino brazil leak it out is these joints stops like man they do. The are all over the is it. Finally the bureau works it up so agassi now being a connection. Yeah i never did find anything. Concrete for business dealings with kansas city in my age too. I got a lot of retired cops that remember a lot of this stuff handed at business dealings between on but is never any details the details now and they're not just not saying they don't remember the details but there's stuff i've been wondering about for years and then all of a sudden the right person comes along and sees the right question. I'll go for weeks without any involvement all of a sudden i get a flood of info and it just seems to go that way so maybe at some point in august in all be make or no law right ron. I really appreciate you coming on. And helping in. Lighten the guys. Mma friends who listen though gangland wire have a bunch of them out there. And you guys. I hope you appreciate this ron rawson and take a look at his facebook paid. You may not a lot of people are anti facebook. It seemed like anymore. But there's a lot of really interesting. Bob stuff out there. He has some of the more interesting. Bob pages with some really good solid information highly. 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"guatemala" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Him so i don aware came from where basically what happened is carlos ever since nineteen fifty two very after the key fowler hearings where he was brought in he took the fifth. One hundred fifty do towns. I think it was after that the i. n. s. came along in his status illegal alien was brought out. Ins came along and deportation orders were placed against him in fifty three so of course he was fighting knows orders for the whole time and believe every time they were allowed. Unlimited appeals anytime. An order came down. So of course you know carlos out money didn't lawyers and everything he was able to put it off now. It was deported but he had to go in quarterly to check in with. Ins to let them know. Hey i'm still here. Still an alien whatever he not just check in with so he went in on april fourth nineteen sixty one for regularly scheduled meeting. He wasn't as some of the stories go. He wasn't rousted in the middle of the night. Taken out of his bed in his pajamas it wasn't up off the street like guys with the stasi or whatever thrown into a car and he went to a regular scheduled meeting and basically as i understand it. What happened is they gave him a letter to read saying. Hey we founded discover that your citizen. Guatemala out bobby. Kennedy knew that with bullshit they knew it was a fake and for immersive by basically said you're susan while marlin and so you're will be deported immediately. And of course no carlos. He had a lawyer with him which is another part of the story. That never gets tola a lawyer. Which basically as i understand it is kinda house counsel for carlos is name was built near. He had an office in town and country. A motel office complex. Where carlos at his office. I think from what i can gather. Just kinda basically did mundane everyday things for hours. Anyways to bake huge agents came the office air and escort a carlos and fill up out to a waiting car he was taken to. the airport. plane was already started. They ushered carlos onto the blame of the two agents and they wouldn't let smith get out to make any phone calls until the plane was in the air and that's another thing carlos. He wanted to make a phone call to his wife to his lawyer. Wanna get money. Wanna get a change of clothes toothbrush. They told him no parallel said. I was kidnapping. i mean. yeah he gone was under the guys of lawfully none in olive so the really funny miss of this is once they were up in the plane and they got over water malla. I heard that this was done to him. Twice on one show they struck a parachute to them and basically gave him the boot out of the plane at all. Yeah it's an it's it's good story but yeah that's all it is. Fbi agents when they got back they probably told everybody that stories with over guatemala through a parachute. i'm get babble. He looked like he opened the not. Yeah i mean you know fifty one year old guy. They kick them out on. What actually happened is a looming do water city into the air as i understand it. They're airport. There was a portion of it that was military us all. They flew into the military air force base in carlos given over to watermelon. Air force. colonel antonio batches. I think i'm saying be a dr. A s authors and as the story goes watchers still marcello. Hey you know. There's a lot of reporters outside the gay. What do you wanna do. And carlos response was basically. Don't wanna get to a hotel somewhere where i can rest. Yes the while for whatever. Reason wasn't really made clear. He landed in guatemala city about six pm. Local time they ended up staying somewhere on the air force base until about eleven. Thirty twelve o'clock in the nicest vegas hotel and guatemala city. At the time anyways was eagle. Apparently botches came back after several hours vo carlos. A lot of reporters at hotel expecting you there. What do you wanna do and dallas. Didn't want to deal reporters zo somehow. What ended up happening is batches gave over our losses. Wellbeing cared to is secretary who was named miss jinx. They now gave first name. He's secretary she lived in Stays she's gang legend. Everything in the first thing she did was take carlos to get the i forget the name of the restaurant and went to by the time they get done eating and get ready to go somewhere like thirty anymore so she says hey we probably could get you into the biltmoore but there might still reporters whatever happened. She says instead. Why don't you just come to my apartment and you can stay there for tonight. So he said okay and he gets the miss mistakes place and he said all. He added soon on she. She says if you want some closers clothes in the wardrobe over there goes Different man's clothes and he the thanking you. now gee. isn't this a nice setup fixing acne here. I am stranger from out of the country with this woman. how will be just convenient. If her husband walked in shopping so apparently as carlos tall he had a very sleepless night waiting for somebody to come in and include them. Obviously that never happened. So the next morning he had miss janes. Call his wife ear inn. Mary and she connected with the spanish operator and everything once they connected phones all his wife and kids. I'm good you know. This is what's been happening. I'm going to this hotel while.
What Is the Significance of VP Harris' Trip to Mexico and Guatemala?
"Us now with oriole ruez soto. Who is a policy analyst at the migration policy institute arielle. Welcome back to the show and given me so. What is the significance of vice president harris's trip to mexico and guatemala. Well first of all. I think it signifies that there's going to be a different use approach to the region one. That's focused on co-responsibility and really seeing the capacity so his governments to have a larger role in migration management meaning not just immigration control efforts but also thinking about communitarian pathways Legal employment opportunities to come to united states or to mexico in that scenario and understand and coordinated development easier. I'm more effectively going forward. Of course two visits are not going to change things overnight but they do pointing to it the the a good direction and understanding how to change the dynamics and how to make sure that the governments can do more and should do more In their own neighborhood.
Harris, in Guatemala, Warns Potential Migrants: 'Do Not Come'
"Border during her first foreign trip since taking office correspondent Clayton Neville says Harris was visiting with leaders of Central American countries. While visiting with the president of Guatemala Vice President Kamala Harris had a message for Central Americans considering making the trek to the U. S. Do not come. Do not come. Harris adamantly discouraged illegal immigration and insisted the U. S will enforce laws and secure the border amid a continued search, and I believe If you come to our border, you will be turned back. So let's discouraged. Our friends, our neighbors, our family members from embarking on what is otherwise an extremely dangerous journey. The vice president stressed the Biden administration's plan to improve conditions in Central American countries by doing away with the desire to leave. She announced the creation of a task force to combat human trafficking and drug smuggling in the region when we see some of the most vulnerable in our communities Being take advantage of Being sold for profit being abused. It should be a priority for all of us who care about the human condition and humanity. Another task force will target corruption, which has been prevalent in some of the region's governments. Our Justice Department, our Treasury Department and our State Department will work together to conduct investigations and train local law enforcement. To conduct their own. The vice president promised community outreach, including a new program focused on creating education and economic opportunities for girls. We will also invest in agribusiness. And affordable housing and supporting entrepreneurs back home. Harrison's trip isn't sitting well with some Republicans who blame
VP Harris in Guatemala Discourages Would-Be Migrants: "Do Not Come"
Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants
"Is in Guatemala today. If the start of her trip is any sign yesterday, Air Force to had to turn back after take off for a safety check. The assignment is going to be a challenge. Mrs Harris first foreign trip Mission, President Joe Biden gave her find ways to reduce migration to the US by improving conditions in Central America. One of the big challenges in the region is how ineffective governments there have been at solving the simple, grinding problems of daily life in their countries. Speaking from Guatemala City today, Harris said she and Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry talked about a key issue Corruption on the issue of corruption. Uh, the conversation that I had with President Janet Today was very Frank. And very candid, and I think this is a quality that he and I appreciate in each other. Following all of this is Adrianna Beltran with the watchdog group, The Washington office on Latin America. She said Harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately, over the last several years, what you've seen across the region, including Guatemala has been a backlash against anti corruption, anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law. So as long as we're on the subject, explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact of USA to Central America. When we talk about corruption in Guatemala in Central America, we're not talking about a few bad apples, a few corrupt government officials that accept bribes But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of Guatemala, increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold the government institutions And have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population. You know,
"guatemala" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Issue corruption. The conversation that i had with president. John tate today was very frank and very candid and i think this is a quality that he and i appreciate in each other following all of this is diana beltran with the watchdog group. The washington office on latin america. She said harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately over the last several years where you've seen across the region including one tamala has been a backlash against anti anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law so as long as we're on the subject explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact usa to central america when we talk about corruption in guatemala in central america. That we're not talking about a few bad apples of few corrupt government officials that accept bribes. But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of guatemala increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold of government institutions and have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population in a regionally. You're talking around. Thirteen billion that i believe is lost a year to corruption. That means that there's no money. For education building a better healthcare system infrastructure it impacts the ability of governments to respond to natural disasters or climate change impacts security and impacts every aspect of daily life And is that thirteen billion dollars. Just guatemala or all three countries in the northern triangle. That's regionally for central america. So we hear about the three countries of the northern triangle Guatemala el salvador honduras. The people from those countries are most likely to try to enter the us but vice. President harris is visiting only. Guatemala was a talent is in central. America are immense right now. One relations between the biden administration and will kelly government in el salvador very tens. This is a government in el salvador. That has repeatedly taken steps to attack the rule of law to concentrate power in the hands of executive aaron dismantle any real system check and balance in the case of honduras. You know over the last year so the. Us department of justice has been investigating investigated and convicted the president's brother for drug trafficking so it sounds like basically you're saying guatemala may be corrupted. It's the most likely government where vice president harris could get some traction cooperation. I think they started with guatemala by default not by design but i would say that if corruption and the rule of law is not front and center in discussions between the us government and the guatemalan government. That trip could do more damage than good. And i say this because since twenty. Nineteen when the u. n. Lead commission to tackle corruption was dismantled by the previous administration in guatemala. You've seen a consistent effort and actions by the government and by corrupt political and economic elites to dismantle the advances that had been made in the anti-corruption effort. How then can vice president harris hope to help build a model with guatemala. That might show the way forward and stemming migration unfortunately i think the us different administrations have often turned their attention to the region whenever they perceive a crisis and then attention wanes and shifts elsewhere. These are long term challenges. These are deep structural challenges that are going to require a long term sustainable approach and so you know if the administration is committed to helping these societies address these structural challenges. Then we need to commit for the long haul. Adriana beltran is with the washington office on latin america. she's been telling us about the challenges vice president harrison. The white house face on harris's first aren't policy trip to central america adriana. Thank you very much. thank you for. Having sunday's presidential race in peru remains too close to call. It's been an intensely contested election between right wing candidate. Keiko fujimori and popular opponent. Pedro casio the world's latin. America correspondent valencia reports from whose capital. Lima if you watch into these two scenes in downtown lima early this morning you might thought both candidates.
Harris in Guatemala to Tackle Immigration Causes
"The top issue for Vice President Kamala Harris meeting with Guatemala's president Fox's Gurnal Scott has this life police a vice president Harris at a news conference at stemming the migrant influx means helping Guatemala thrive to encourage natives to stay. He's both in our interest. Reflective of our values to help create that opportunity. And to share in economic prosperity. Through a translator. Guatemalan President Alejandro G. Amante said they will help with that effort by introducing necessary changes tools for migration to becomes orderly migration and the vice president also saying the U. S will give 500,000 vaccine doses to Guatemala, Lisa Thanks, Colonel. She will be heading next to Mexico. As part of that Central America Visit America is listening to Fox News.
Harris Meets With Guatemalan President
"In economic prosperity. Through a translator. Guatemalan President Alejandro G. Amante said they will help with that effort by introducing necessary changes tools for migration to become orderly migration and the vice president also saying the U. S will give 500,000 vaccine doses to Guatemala, Lisa Thanks, Colonel. She will be heading next to Mexico. As part of that Central America visit America is listening to Fox views. It's 33 NewsRadio one Oh 55. W E. R C scare tactics used against Congressman Mo Brooks, his wife to serve notice of a
Harris Meets With Guatemala's President
Technical Issue Causes VP Harris to Switch Planes
"A technical issue that involved no major safety concerns, has forced the plane of Vice President Kamala Harris to return to joint base Andrews in Maryland today, 25 minutes after she had left for her trip to Guatemala and Mexico. Vice president departed in another plane about an hour
"guatemala" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Now in comparison so in comparison just to give you gauge the fast november felt more structured but yet flexible the same time and before coming to guatemala ocht my area and he stays for antigua as well as it glamping experience in san marcos laguna and cossiga said federal enough for the week. Initially i was not thinking of starting my next fasting and prayer on good friday and ending on the monday after easter guarded. Hell everything lined up. My bliss land bell Would not bala at lake dealin is supernatural so samana sox among us on talent guatemala. So have you tuned into my loss episode. Talked about this for a big. I'm so if you haven't severe first time hearing about it in i'll keep it Kind of in the middle. I didn't even realize was going to be in antigua guatemala during holy week or someone santa until the week before when i was in esu which is near san jose costa rica. I love being guatemala for santa. For many reasons. Walking the cultural Streets seeing the santa catalina arch absolute a dream come true in it felt surreal and real at the same time including hiking. Settle the cruise praying inside Church and seeing one of the world's most beautiful holy week celebration. It's interesting how even before i went in kwa. I booked my departure date from antigua to san marcos at t lend for good friday as a result. I saw the beautiful late show concert in central park in Thursday night before. Good friday and in the beautiful rugs from brazil churches around city as well as on good friday morning around central park. The rugs aka foam brass before leaving after praying. I decided to have maya last meal before three. Pm on friday. I a Family owned watermelon restaurant week before. I realized my attention for the past Mercy grace and forgiveness. You may see the super ally to the timing of good friday. Saturday easter i originally booked the By clamping experienced to leave on sunday. Easter however a few weeks before i started feeling to extend it and then the practical guide and confirm this when my next place ended up. Being booked for sending nine aligning me to change the glamping until you monday easily for a while. Now i wanted to relive some of my girl scout experiences so when i found bliss land belton if yet airbnb last year i prayed took a line to action to stay ebola slann with no wi fi for a period of time things divinely lined up to arrive on good friday and interestingly enough there was a surprise procession. None were being held in antigua adding to the adventures. Anyone else packed their whole life. In one case went back. Pack purse for over two years. I started my fast with prayer intention for mercy forgiveness anchored in love. That is my freeze for two thousand twenty one. So my word is love by last year. And my phrase for this year is anchored that i am anchored in love. I prayed meditated read journaled friday. I prayed in a line to read matthew mark luke and john accounts of good friday to easter on saturday and sunday. My reading of luke. John expanded for the coming weeks. I immersed myself in nature with my stays swimming petite. Lynn deathly a bucket list item checked off and went to settle son who he'll which is a reserve a ten marcus in a great place to swim off the rocks. The water is incredibly I am in awe. That i am in lake at legacy lend for a month now. I only had liquids past three. Pm on friday Nibs which are tiny tiny bits of She will coffee in a sense. Like pure cowl saturday liquids day and sunday liquids. all day until a pesto. And hamas toast. Lately late in the day Monday started off with a smoothie bowl. I started fasting back in two thousand eighteen. As share obsolete changes things this led to increase gratitude and contentment including slowing down. Travel's also a revelation no souvenirs are buying souvenirs are closed until minimum april twenty second which i am super proud of myself to say that i absolutely adhere to an extending it into twenty third and two iowa. Got one thing for myself some shorts for mexico and three gifts for friends and family and you can see of course pictures behind the scenes so a at a glance what is being looked like. What does it mean. It's camping but like with a glamorous twist but some people still may not consider glamorous as i'll give you hear a brief overview and then in the next episode out deeper so you can definitely check my video out it's also included and it's on my youtube of the glamping experiences and bliss lamb ten definitely says the bar with beautiful surroundings immersion in nature. You're on private and secure space outdoor shower out of bamboo. Incredible decor beds inside a hammock and relaxation. Space annan eco. Conscious compost toilet is absolutely breathtaking. So have you gone laughing at no matter where you are in the world. There are options. Good always come to leak cotinine glaring perfect experienced app from time to time in bliss slanted bar high for sure. I felt like combining the glamping with a fast prayer in nature russian. The took the entire experience to a new level. Have you gone glamping before. Have you fasted before thinking about it. What about combining both. How're you strengthen your faith on a daily annual basis. Do you find yourself most refresh with prayer nature. Bible studies fasting or all the above. Have you unplugged with nature before with an experience like glamping. I love combining prayer fasting in nature altogether to fill my soul to overflow. If you loved this episode definitely love will and episode on prayer for you and our world as always if you leave a review on itunes. I will shut you out in your view in your handle or website and you share share what you learned and interact in creek community. 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"guatemala" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Like attiya. Well kobo farms cobo or mahathir mahogany farms. Organic farm in a restaurant is a great way to start your day in antigua. You will love the farm the shop and the to die for breakfast that they share all day long. I experienced the avocado toast in smoothie. Chia bill where are my breakfast lovers act. If you know anything about you know. I regularly share about breakfast. Shakes pancakes in oats with herbalife. Global nutrition and much more caliber farms also hosts events and markets. So as well so be sure to check out their events calendar and i shared some behind the scenes of the incredible and delectable delectable breakfasts. Santa caroliina arch. You can't visit antigua. Guatemala without seeing the arch. Likely you'll end up passing it regardless whether you plan to or not. It is not only stunning but it has historical significance as as it is originally connected. The santa catalina convent to a school allowing the nuns to pass from one building to the other without going out on the street to be settled. Delacruz after you leave seeing the arch. I would recommend a hiking up to settle the cruise or hill the cross. It's relatively easy with paved staircase. Most we'll be able to go up in less than twenty minutes. It is a great place to pray. Reflect and see views of antigua. guatemala from up above. Did i mention this is currently free for a preview. Definitely check out me. Instagram reels which. I hyperlinked specific reels in the blog in the show notes street markets. A super fun activity to do in any street in any city rather is street and fresh markets. If you've read or tuned into my day top. Ten guides before like san jose costa rica. You know. I love street markets not to mention a win that we did our retreats in cuba as well and coming up in costa rica in august of two thousand and twenty one as well so antigua guatemala with its plentiful options does not disappoint. I visited the central street market market in central park on thursday evening carman's artisans market and more. I've traveled since. I was a baby. And i learned early on in ninety five percent of countries. You bargain at markets with souvenirs artisan goods. Don't haggle on fruits or vegetables. They are usually very very cheap. In general i used to not like bargaining. But now i embraced it. I keep it sweet and playful and ask things like is. This is your best price or al mentioned immediately. Half the price on. And if when i walk away you won't chase me with a better price and smile and giggle and laugh. I usually get a price lower by anywhere from thirty to seventy percent depending on the country in place even if you're not in the mood or market to buy it's a great and fun activity to do to walk around and see and experience all the goods that are representative of that city android that country especially in guatemala with all of its beautiful colors central park in antigua after he browse the markets. Grab some fruits and our souvenirs walked central park. You'll love the fountain. The food the souvenirs the cathedral and nearby attractions like chaka muzio. One of the things. Guatemala is known for. It's incredible cacao chocolate muzio in central park in antigua. Guatemala does not disappoint with a currently free experience as of march and april twenty twenty one to learn all about how chocolate is made from seed defeat you may elect further free two hour or free thirty minute experience again. As of march thirtieth. I'm sorry as of march and april twenty twenty one so this is subject to change. You know the business can do with the business. Wants to do not only that you will walk away with your own custom created slice of heavenly chocolate. Yes please. i made mine with one hundred percent dark chocolate cinnamon and Do ginger yes please. I had to think about it. Because there's a couple of weeks ago that i ate it. They haven't adorable place to sit and sip your cacao too. I highly recommend the mayan and our commodore hot chocolate. And i include a video and some shots of behind the scenes of when i visited the chocolate museum twice lamour said church depending on your time in antigua guatemala. You don't wanna leave off lamour say church. It's beautifully baroque exterior and interior will not disappoint. I love to being an antique while right before and after up sorry right before and during holy week indoor aka semana santa although some onto santa or holy week was not the same i imagine as prior years before the pandemic. This city did a beautiful job. Still honoring the traditions. I love seeing the rugs. Thou fumble as me out of sawdust in the churches like lamour said and around central park on good friday and i also includes pictures and behind the scenes from the church of one of the world's most famous holy weeks and or semana. Santa lusty impose. If you love the views like i do you will. Love list does not just for us but the delicious food too. I love the fresh jamaica. Homolka juice and to be had there and no i did not plan for my to match their decor it aligned like that without my even trying and you can see the shots behind the scenes reasons to stay in near antigua. Guatemala longer depending what's important to you you may follow the itinerary or decide to add on adventures or other options in areas. There are countless ways to enjoy your time in antigua guatemala from nature to food to shopping not to mention hiking the volcanoes hot springs and more. Although normally you guys know that. I'm a big adventure. I visited the views and muda doors. In arran all volcano. I did canyoning. Costa rica and much more. I decided not to do the volcano hike in antigua because of the elevation and concern that. I not feel well. Although usually embrace things like this. But i was headed to the lake. I did ponder. Doing san pedro volcano. But right now it's highly recommended not to go. Because of several incidences with tourists and different gangs from in and around and again normally i embrace adventure and risk full on as you guys know but because of that an the elevation potential with being an eight nine thousand plus feet. I've never been on mountains. More than four or five. Six thousand feet for only a short periods of time. Like when i went up on a lift to one in both poland and then also in aspen in colorado..
"guatemala" Discussed on The Current
"The biden administration wants to slow the tide of migrants by providing aid to their home countries. Something that administration hopes will be a more permanent solution. Anita isaacs a professor of political science at haverford college and director of migration encounters. It's an oral history project on migration and he's a good morning to you. good morning. Hi matt annemarie was talking about addressing some of the root causes of what's happening in guatemala. What are some of those root causes of this crisis well. The root causes go back several centuries so the root causes stem really from the colonial era. Which so the sees of systematic system systemic and systematic exclusion of the majority of the population Or close to the majority right now which is indigenous. My in our said of the communities with which are living in the dry corridor predominantly that are the areas most affected in that. We're so eloquently described by your previous guests so the roots are historical. Their political that. Racial their geographic. They're compounded by each should be a factor. How would you describe the government the current government in guatemala and what the government has or hasn't done when it comes to this crisis the government has done very little much like all the preceding governments The current government represents sort of an intensification of Building on the outgoing government that is basically thrown in its lot with The with organized criminal element. has sewn packed with The elites which represented cast class in guatemala and together basically have forged with what amounts described as a pack of the corrupt. It is as indifferent to the plight of the majority of its poor citizens. as previous government but in addition has become increasingly affiliated with organized. Criminal elements annamaria mendez. Was talking about the importance of the right kind of foreign aid and you have written about this as well that there needs to be a change in how the united states in particular approaches foreign aid to the region she was talking about not just showering money but being strategic. If you go back a little bit..
"guatemala" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Are looking for more chaos. They're hoping to see a normalization of political violence. They're hoping for growing more violent far right extremists environment. Also today near the top of biden's to do list addressing immigration many conservatives say softer policies will open the doors to more migrants the counter argument. It's not that simple. And just simply saying people come here. Because policy change i think of reduces are very complex phenomenon to i'm marco werman and it may not exactly be the moon landing. A second hooks were opened but it is cool. How astronauts carefully move wine bottles in space Stories of more today here on the world. i'm marco werman. You're with the world. Thank you for being with us on this tuesday. The last full day of the trump administration tomorrow at noon. Joe biden takes over as president. He's got a lot to tackle near. The top of the list. is immigration reform. Yesterday soldiers in guatemala confronted a large group of migrants. The clash was a direct result of agreements. The trump administration struck with governments in central america. The world's latin america respondent jorges valencia has more. The standoff lasted two days. A group of thousands of migrants had crossed from honduras into what tamala over the weekend and made it just twenty five miles before they were stopped by guatemalan police and military. The migrants bottlenecked into a two lane highway blocking traffic and pleading with authorities to let them through a man who identified himself as we in medicine does from honduras was recorded by a reporter from radio. Progresso room was thousand number years. With god's help we're going forward. We're going to the united states. Santos says but police commissioner nest or diego's stood in front of the crowd and told them no. We need your cooperation dig. Assessor megaphone gigi. Tells the crowd that guatemala's migration authorities have been clear. The migrants must all return to honduras. Must get passports and then legally enter guatemala. the thing is virtually everyone who attends to reach the. Us by foot is extremely poor. Most don't have passports one point. We had met. Santos asks the crowd behind him if they want to return up.
"guatemala" Discussed on Best BBQ Show
"Percent would smoke and I think that's so cool if you could nail that would you don't eat anything else? Yeah when once you get started at just kinda take care of itself. Yeah Yeah do you have to do. I mean you keep a lot of on hand you have to kind of season it yourself or are they seasoning in for you before they deliver the provider seasoning it for us and he's really good. He's been getting real good at it he actually he actually is in the pine business so he says the wider bears invasive species in tropical down as quick as the CAN. Am I good enough for you? And he's got more land than you can shake a stick. It will end You know you mentioned that it rains a lot you know. That's probably a challenge to to seeing the woods because of its pouring and I was just entering guys from Portland and they were talking about. How even though the would that seasoned still pretty pretty wet? Yeah decorate. It's it. Is it a struggle so is it in Texas? We have all kinds of storms. But are you getting more of the light torrential downpours or is it? Kinda like rainy days. Yeah so learn rainy season. You can imagine in the tropics. It's GonNa rain like between one o'clock to three o'clock everyday into poor. Yeah typically we'll because in Texas you know growing up in upstate New York. I was used to storms being a certain way in a certain intensity. And they're not necessarily as crazy. They're not as crazy in Texas in. We get a lot of drizzles. We get a lot of things but pouring pouring rain is not something you actually. The last big storm had it finally poured board and it like gotta a panel off my shed. Whoa GO REPLACE. When I get back. We'll how are you adjusting to this new climate in Texas? He all that it. It's actually Nice It's not as except when it's like super drought summer. It's it's it's not that bad in in New York. I would like sometimes if you know you get teased chapstick. Or whatever you get nose bleeds and your lips crack and all that from the winter and you really. Don't get that in Texas unless unless it's like you know the few years I was in there. For like the flaw droughts sixty days in a row over one hundred degrees low. A. Asserts again pretty dry devon but I'll falsehood surprisingly mild and yeah you know joy it I love it I mean I. I ride a motorcycle. So there's a bike yet harley sportster knife an old one and ninety one rigid unit. It's a soft Elliott up to. It's a it's called a hugger so it's In the nineties and made him a little shorter the little you know I don't know I just really like the geometry and the ride on a little tighter on the Turin's Ideo means it's a fun by Bob so in a most people if they've been to Guatemala probably been to a resort or something that's like not as you know you're you're in the cut your in the culture so do you. Do you find like the. Can you take dirt? Bikes around our people riding horses. Like what what is like the. If you'RE GONNA go to watermelon really experience it you go to the country to try to stay in the cities. What if I was to come visit you where where will be to restaurant? Volcanoes are so cool me and they're everywhere there's twenty twenty plus volcanoes and is kind of like a mountain ranch or the in a row or they're kind of spread out there. It's kind of an an amount range right so school backwater mollahs. There's so many different climates. There's the coastal areas which are the lowlands which really warm and Muggy Lotta Mosquitoes And a lot of shirt pain then. Those are broken up by a really big really tall ranger volcanoes and in that range. There's actually three active volcanoes so those are the cool ones. Hike is actually feel it and see how you can even like the marshmallows on the lava. I mean you can get right up next to it and I think those are. Some of favorite experiences are doing the volcano. But then there's amazing mountain biking. I mean there's a legally I think they have to have trails from one piece of lamb to another piece of land. Or what they call single-track real narrow trails that you come out Mike on as La Mountain biking kayaking One of those beautiful lakes in the world is in Guatemala. Coppola guideline surrounded by Kino's in it is just hugh just absolutely beautiful and you can swim in Kayak into all sorts of fun stuff And then there's a whole nother culture of coffee right so there's this whole copy experience that they do. You can go horseback riding the coffee farms and get zipped laying there Ala Guatemalan coffee. Dude it is naturally sweet. The only milk. You don't eat sugar. It's just so good right off the bat tell my friends if let me make you coffee and are trying to make very gentle way that you can drink it without needing milk or sugar or any of those days. Coffee is amazing player. I'm probably if I'm addicted. One thing is probably cough era out man who is GonNa present for you okay. Excellent beef jerky and Coffee Jerky for life. Now all right good deal me I love it. That's you know what I'm saying if we'RE GONNA teacher give even better. So that's all I mean. These are actually both local bars in Austin who but usually my career represent I just I just throw on whatever I bring so. I didn't realize that I looked and I was like. Oh they're both bars. Yeah but So I asked everyone who's comes on the show. What's your message to a? You didn't starting barbecue. But you found a passion for you studied but the greats What's your message to people who right now are getting into barbecue or getting into this business and and you know her are trying to open a restaurant or just get better cooking. What's the message guy? There's so many if our to really pick it one I would save focus on quality right. Don't hurt barbecue barbecues. Very very sensitive industry right now. There are a lot of people doing some amazing things barbecue. And unfortunately there's a lot of people doing some crappy things in barbecue and you know I know I know you guys know you can drive down anywhere down the street. They get video. Barbecues can be horrible right. That's hurting barbecue. Those people that are not picking up the quality. They're not understanding what they're doing you know they're just making something to make some profit and that's not not the reasoning it at a barbecue if you WANNA make some money dude go pickup pizzas or Asian food. You know there's a lot of money in those and there's not a whole lot of culture here in the states for that but barbecue because it's originated here. It's very culture rich. It's got a lot of science behind it now now. There's a lot of technology that can help you out From WIFI thermometers to To pressure sensors to Took me fat content sensors? You Know You. You can really do it right. Very small investment but really understanding that quality is the most important thing and start with quality meat. Oh God so easy so easy to make a good brisket. Just buy good meat so easy to make a ribs just by really good quality ribs and you have some of the best ribs guarantee you. That's the number one easiest thing to make a good quality restaurants as good quality product and everybody says Oh chef say that Focus on quality of the product in your leg. I bet you do but now that I'm into this business. It's so obvious. That is the difference between the guys that. Walk Away with you. Know Twenty thousand dollars a year profit from the guys that make two hundred thousand dollars a year profit. You know. I'm talking Prophet. I'm not talking sales. I'm talking walking away with a bunch of money in your pocket. The biggest differences the way they source a quality of their products. And that's it. Yeah I mean you pay a little bit in the beginning for a better quality but pays off tenfold. Sometimes in the end league may not have a whole lot of Russian experience by what I've learned is that it's all about percentages right. So if you're making fifteen percent profit bottom line profit on one hundred thousand dollars it's significantly different than fifteen percent profit on three million dollars right and you're going to get up to three million dollars by hidden a higher price point on your menu. I mean I'd say to everybody I got. I got three jobs in my restaurant three jobs. That's all they do all day long as these three things and if I'm not doing what he's three things I need to focus. The first is lowering costs. Second is getting more people in my door and the third thing which allowed people get is increasing the value of my client right normally like for example. When I first started I think my average client was dropping like seven the ten bucks in my restaurant. Now I've got them as much as like eighteen nineteen dollars per person right. That's a significant change other than double per personnel meeting more people but the value of the person coming into the door got now deserts. I've got the Jerky I've got's. Some gypsum. Caso that we you know we can sell the table. We got wings so now. They're buying multiple things before they were just getting sandwich to go. So by increasing value you can really especially with quality products. You can really increase your sales without really doing a whole lot. Words of wisdom from Blake. The Guatemalan Texan yet. Ever and yet we have dinner go to but I really appreciate you taking the time. It's been fun talking to you. You have a really cool story. Thank you appreciate it man. Thank you so much in common in the no. The theme eat now. I got a job NOCCO. Bat DEPUTY BUCKLE RAISE. A may attack tongue with the details on the land to be nothing to meet..
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"We possibly can through not only finances. That's that's actually one of the worst things we can do. Just give them money so we actually do projects where we take. Our employees will close. A restaurant per name will go out and we'll help paint a school or You know rent some pressure washers and we'll just go clean the dog pound you know and right now we're working with a horse. Ngo The open. The these some of these courses get rehabbed that have just been through. Poor education malnourished. You know these horses are beautiful creatures and we make sure that that that could save up. Of course it goes along with the country Texas attitude. Too right yeah well I am. You're also on in a totally different landscape Specifically you know people. Keep telling me about this volcano. You're going on you. Tell us more about that. She's yeah so the first two years. I was in Guatemala. Was a tour guide man. This is funny. This is cool and you always have to bring. According to the government you have to bring a local guide up to the top of the volcano with you as a you know how for the the local economy And every time I went up to the volcano when I was working for this tragedy had volcano at least two to three times a week right and every time I went up there the local guides Roy varying down a little bit and they'd put their sandwich for lunch in the mall. Kato they pull it out a bill steaming hot so we started doing a two in one day. I brought up an infrared thermometer. And it's sitting there and it's reading like two hundred and fifteen degrees What's going on here so I got a camera together and we decided Me and my wife decided we were just GonNa take some some meat up. We did the whole the whole journey with a big group and we buried the the meat overnight and pulled it up. The next day was tenders. He can imagine that was beautiful and that was A. I'm guessing the Parker. Whoever controls the volcano had to kind of prove that Cook it question? No it's it's more of an open system. Yeah they'd need to approve it We did we've we've done one on if you've okay knows and we did have to get approval for some of them but this specific. Whoa KENO. I believe is a national park. It is run by the Tourism Organization But it's not as regulated. You can almost do whatever you want up there. And so were you. Did you wrap the meter? Did you build almost like a chamber and then coverage not just wrapped Dug a big hole and because the volcanoes it's just inactive it. It's not dormant yet so it's inactive meat it's got a hot core and The last went office. Nineteen seventy six And actually if you watch the video it's on our facebook page if you watch the video of of the volcano cooked it we did. There's another volcano right next to it. It's actually active. And he goes off between fifty two hundred times a day. It's just constantly going on. Wow Big puffs and if you can imagine like The original atom bomb imagine that one of these volcanic eruptions fifty to two hundred times of Day as about three times the size of whether that ables so these are big eruptions that are going off right next to us like right by mile from US everything to see and hear it through a here you can feel it you can feel the heat coming off of it by as this thing just does all his act another up into the air and is beautiful. It's incredible experience. And so you know because the book as we were on to Okinawa next to each other we were on the one that's just inactive so so the hot core and it'll it'll go off again someday soon maybe and a still hot barbecue hot. Yeah it's cool. I've been meaning a lot of guys from Mexico who are learning to barbecue. And we've been talking about the COD. Cina which is like a cooking in a box or burying old barbecue elegant. The cow had gray and bearing in the ground. So it's interesting to see how even though it's turned into metal tubes that idea of like creating a hot kind of hole and then burying things is still alive. I mean even. I interviewed a Daniel Brown Brown's barbecue a little place actually in Boulder Creek. Like off of a corner bar is. I don't know if you you've been in that area that he He is a descendant of one of the first free black colonies in Texas and they learned from the guys from Mexico to bury it and that turned into stone pits like Wayne Millers and so. I've been kind of hunting down these ideas. We who knows where barbecue started. Or if it's just a cycle where everyone just kinda cooked with fire but it's interesting that the digging the hole in the ground is still kind of you see it in in Hawaii all over the world and you're doing it with a volcano. Yeah that's exactly right. I mean we're using kind of internal core instead of putting stuff on top. Yeah but that's that's interesting You know going back to the roots. I think is what we're all trying to do. You know there's some new modern cooking techniques but really like to get that texture and get that real science meat science the more back to the roots. You go the more you're GONNA achieve the results you want. I think that's so cool. You See said it. Just kidding get into it like that one. I'm sure you learn a lot of history of Guatemala. Just being there people probably tell you all kinds of stories. Yeah The big thing. Guatemala's the banana leaf wrapping in reading things in a banana leaf heard so they've got tamales and they've got certain things erupted banana leaves and cook. And what's cool about a banana leaf? Is it so resilient you can throw in Italy right at a fire? And the protect whatever's inside of it. Let's cooking with that so we can play without a little bit here and there one of the things that I become a real big fan of his What they call a caveman steak or the cowboy steak or they're cooking it right on the cold sear it as one of the things that if you go online and look at some of our videos at some of the things that I really like doing getting right on the coals. Have you ever raptor brisket on banana leaves? And so the foil Having your might be a little genius man. Yeah I mean it's probably more expensive than the foil. I'M GONNA. I need to write that down. That's that's an interesting idea because it makes a lot of sense what you want in a foil which I think could achieve is. You don't want there to be an air gap between the foil and the meat that dries the exterior part of the meat out right. You do want a little bit of crunch The you know the Exterior Bark and you wanted to be a little bit dry. But you can achieve that in other ways so maybe wrapping An entire brisket in a banana leaf. That's you may go man when you make it You'll have to let me know on the plan. A trip do it is so cheap and easy to get to Guatemala right. Now you're in Texas you fly to Houston returned a half hours from Houston by plane. It's it's so easy to get their sounds like the shows. Go Damola you better. You better come to mind spot you know one of the best barbecue on the world is one. I've heard this whole package is so it. Is You know your hat on humidor calling? Lena yes what can you tell us about that smoked with would okay? Yeah so we use White Oak. It's a white oak is one of those rare things men that if you if you can get a good treating a good dry it a good density good moisture content in your would you can just make some beautiful barbecue and Arwood provider Guatemalan nailed. It absolutely nailed it. I work with him on how to get the exact moisture content that we want the right color that we want we get the right density and we actually get to would see one that's a drier and one that's a wetter for longer For the rest of the day and we never have to touch gas. We never have to touch Schiller. Trysofi never have to touch charcoal We are a hundred.
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"And I think he really scared the crap. Outta me when he was showing me the fire damage that he had had and even the entryway at still have fired. An Emmy and the walls are black. Soot in there. It's a pretty amazing building high in so I just got super shared and you know when I learned about how reversal offset. You can still decide. No fat can Ralph decide and you can do the same drain for the exhaust Mister Designing my own smokers and they're all reversible upset except one near did yeah and You know army of Ev Maze. He makes reverse lows as well also is not that common in Texas but you know they're not unheard of behind it. It's a it's a cool design because you are giving the smoke low more time you are almost slowing it down through the chamber. Exactly and biggest thing for us is direct flow versus reverse flow is weakened pressurize the chamber. That's the biggest thing for us. We're at about five thousand or just a little over five thousand feet. So there's the we get a Lotta leaky meet. If you don't pressure chamber and we pressure as the chamber in two ways first we use water pans. And then the second restrict restrict airflow on the store. You like actually like locking the doors down and xactly so you. It's like a pressure cooker. Almost new were just over ATM. So we're just over one bar at the Just over one atmosphere yeah one atmosphere so it's just a little bit of pressure obviously can't really pressure is like a pressure cooker right. We don't do that. We're being a little bit of the exhaust. Not obviously not like a pressure is an insane device right. But you don't you don't want to risk like an explosion. Yeah no they would never. That's not how it works. Yeah But it's cool that you you you do that much work. I mean it's a lot of people. Just get a bunch of wood and could do and make it work. Well I am not a chef. I can tell you right now. I'm the high chef. I'm engineer right so for me. The cooking is a science. And that's about what it boils down to for me and it's funny because whatever. I'm running around talking to other pit bosses unlike it. How do you do that and I always like? Oh you know the the spices in the this that I'm like me honey. Do that is. It always comes down to texture. You know that's what moisture and accomplish the flavor if do barbecue right the flavors and the meat you don't need a bunch of fancy stuff on the outside we do we do. Franklin's Oh my Gosh I should say on podcast but The Michael Jackson's the half black half white S- something pepper makes and that's it right and It's such a big deal when you can especially being here. It's sort of beef. You know when you can appreciate the quality of beef so much that you want to keep spices and seasoning off of it. You really want to accentuate the meat. You WanNA focus on that. That's a big deal for me. It own any any cook. Any pit boss. And he chef that wants to focus on the raw materials versus dawn. A bunch of stop and methods on it. That's just so much passion right there as the real deal right. Yeah and and I think from my own experiments as well when you put something into a smoker. There's only so much of that. Can you even transfer through? Almost everything is just to become part of the bark may not really gonNA get the garlic flavor out of it and write it might have a subtle texture or something to it. But you really. It's just going to be dark and on the outside unless you start you know then you start talking about competition where they inject and some of that is just crazy Pastrami. That's not a bad idea. But when he like shelvin needles in a in a brisket and I feel like you're you're getting away from a spell again. I really think doing to protect. I'd say most of those texture little bit a little bit of slavery but it's really accentuate that texture. So you you have more than one restaurant in Guatemala. Only as well to to under under under my ownership and going to franchise going well so Franchiser. Trying to go international with the franchise. We're looking at El Salvador this year. I'm going to Columbia this year in Mexico maybe Honduras maybe chilly We'll get some interesting interesting plans for the future. Actually what we're going right now is our beef jerky is a new beef jerky chip Baghdad tonight. Holly Basher each of that Jerky scale. I'll tell you Turkey. I mean I almost bought some. We were at the market earlier when I was like a hint by any I bought like a pastry. Because I knew he wouldn't pay any salad for a week planning on coming here in new Albany Meet this time. We had a bunch of steak last night. And they're like. Can we get you anything else? It was like a little. Sal would be nice the air as budgie ahead of Broccoli Broccoli. Also obviously you have a great brand certified as beef supplying you is it. Is it hard as someone cooking textile to to get other things or are you pretty? Well supplied down there as far as an ingredients meets. It's been super extremely difficult. It is not easy doing overdoing. It is not easy and I wish more people would understand that they don't it's okay. Tell them blame him. It is not easy doing what we do down. Guatemala a lot of people have this weird understanding of where Guatemala is what it is It's just south of Mexico right. It's between Mexico and Honduras Police it's a beautiful country miner. Mine origin which about water mal APP which is also the worst thing for barbecue. Restaurant is it's very culture rich. You've got a lot of indigenous cultures still living in the same way that they've lived for the past few hundred years. You know not much change now. Maybe they got a cell phone so you can imagine a country of like seventeen million people you know. Millions millions sixteen point. Nine million. People are just not interested in barbecue. Yeah so we've been real really Good at targeting are very specific market. We have three hundred thousand people in the country that we target too. And we're very lucky that the that the people that we do have become loyal we own about eighty five ninety five percent of the market for Barbecue. we've taken some steps to register the brand bbq to make sure that we own space and They were just waiting for the day that we central market but yet getting materials We don't get backs paper Everybody should have waxed paper right. We'll get it. We'll get what your paper down there. It's really us We were cooking and aluminum wrapping up. An aluminum still textile. Still Take the style in the right part of Texas Nagri. I agree yeah But Yeah so. There's just you know we we didn't originally get brisket down there for a long time and Luckily she came down and Endless brisket and we started bouncing and from then on with beautiful beautiful piece of me. We'll have been learning a lot about never example. Heb In Texas doesn't necessarily have a brisket from Cab but in Mexico by all the beef at HP in Mexico it's gap so it's It's it's pretty interesting to seek out of the ways things work Did you have a challenge? You know I. I've interviewed People California In New York at in places where they don't get you know a tray they don't understand like eating off the paper though. Did you have to kind of adapt to what people expected of you? I'm sure that I cook people like what are you doing this. Oh definitely definitely so. Educating the market is one of the things that we were doing a lot of in the beginning and we pretty much stopped right Understanding how marketing works in Barbecue. You know you just. It's best to just go after Let let your clients tell the story to their friends right. So what we focus on as we focus on was called. Oto Online to offline so we create the story that people tell other people so when they come into a restaurant and they have an experience you know for example or waiter would go to a table and go. Hey look the puppies barbecue vespers. Getting one Ma right and then that person leaves or store and they go and they sell. Their friend is an advocate..
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"Same. You need now. I got John NOCCO. Bat Deputy Buckle Ray amid tacked on on on the land to be. Okay thank you for listening to the best barbecue show. This episode is with Lake Thurgood and met up with him while I was in Ohio. It's sort of his be hang out of their world headquarters learning all about the ranching process learning all about the different barbecue joints that were there visiting hung out with. Dbq A few guys from Seattle but this interview is with Blake Thurgood. He is the owner and operator of poppies barbecue in Guatemala. They Cook Texas Barbecue. Way South of our border Actually just south of Mexico and he's a really interesting due to real business man. We talked a lot about the business marketing and a lot of the things that I'm doing the show but for now enjoy this episode Lake Thurgood of Poppies Barbecue. Thank you for watching the best barbecue show. I'm in Ohio hanging out at certified. Ing IS BEEF Across from me is Blake Thurgood of poppies barbecue In Antigua Guatemala. A guy who has spent a Lotta time in Texas and the rest of the world cooking barbecue and hasn't been interesting stories so they get started heading home. Blake doing great man doing great to be here morning. Corpus Christi Texas. Okay yeah well Went to high school in southwest Houston Sugar Land Higher and then got to Austin Texas college so you went to. Ut Horns the truth I noticed on my way out of town that there was a lot of burnt orange on the plane. This is a plane leaving Texas. Yes Did you get into barbecue when you're not or where did that Kinda now? Man I am? I had a business. Austin added solar panels and We have these like longterm projections. You know like years return on investments kind of thing and I just tired of that so when trip around the world water Guatemala was my first stop and was GONNA stay couple months and ended up Santa couple years. went back to ut for quick business degree in in Just before I left Guatemala. Though that first time I met a girl just absolutely fell in love with her and that was about eight years ago nine years ago now and We've been married for years. Now get two year old in Guatemala and I figured if I was GonNa say what am I gonNa do something. I wanted to get out of that kind of corporate world that Kinda like longterm projections so restaurants Z. But a hundred bucks at the beginning of the day. Get out at the end of the day. That's what I wanted. I wanted to experience that the cash flow and did you. Did you go there with any thoughts of barbecue or are you? Just you're in love and you just wanted to hang out. Just wanted to say there and I was trying to figure out what industry to get into and Had some engineering background. And I'll tell you what happened. Man was my my wife. Came Up to Austin. Visit me girlfriend at the time. Came Dawson to visit me and we went to. We went to ratings to the Convention Center Armor Ironworks. We went to ironworks and she was at a beautiful white dresses. I barbecue experience and we got the dry rub ribs because she had her white dress on and she whole rack in just kept eating a one c absolutely loved it so it was her. I guess her original idea for me to start cooking barbecue. I did some samples. They were horrible but Time went on. I realized I was GONNA open up a restaurant. I was committed so I started caught up in e mailing and messaging all the barbecue. Pit Bosses in Austin. They all took miniter wing and shouldn't have to do right on. I think I think part of anyone's barbecue journey starts with terrible barbecue. Imagine it's not easy to do. Well an I. I started in the northeast so I was doing You know soaked wood chips and things that I know are terrible rate but with chips you know stuff I read on the internet or whatever I didn't know direction because I was in upstate New York and there's not no one knows how to barbecue up there and I can imagine my gas and it's cold so you can't even do it year round gaining. Yeah I mean. I am not afraid of the cold that I was. I was happy to come back here because I haven't been in this kind of winter in a few years. Okay okay. I'm not a wimp yet. I'm afraid the Texas Miss Off Dinner. Yeah you know after being Texas for so long. I'm kind of enjoying the cold. Somebody told me recently that ever which out because after a couple of days of being cold you just hated but right now. Joins Nice appears crisp. It's crispy exactly so new. York is like Oh yeah I mean it's where I grew up as literally straight east from here so it's almost the same climate? We got a lot more snow. 'cause we're on the other side of the lakes in the Gulfstream just pushes all precipitation onto us. Floors is crazy. I mean this kind of walking into the snap and you barbecue. Yeah I mean you just dig a hole and put the depite I mean. You're digging out everything to dig out your car. We build Igloos every winter like it was literally sees and the F. Mean Barbecue is such a labour-intensive yet to be over it all the time you have a we did. I was doing like indirect on a web early and I was doing long snow or anything. I didn't even really get you know if you try to find a brisket nine you can but back in the day. If you went to get a risky do you get a flat and get a piece of point you get chance but you never got the whole packer. Okay interested in New York New York. Okay now you're in Texas and now you can't find those anywhere he's just cut it up yourself okay. But at this point I was watching a recipe on Youtube and I watched the guy caught the point like like probably eight inches off the point and it was almost like I heard a little bit like why are you cutting brisket. He's home right but obviously you can't these making the soupy became put a whole brisket. Agai. Yeah it was just funny. 'cause I was like a while then extra heard me a little bit to watch as your education in meet now is kind of expanded to this. Podcast it's to the point now where I I like cringe when I watched people that don't know how to term brisket right. Oh Yeah and they just cut a big chunk off you know. What did you do a good deal? Vian yeah but so you traveled so Guatemalan guessing has pretty nice climate year round Hoya. Oh Yeah is it in the tropics. Now good question No no no it's close. It's not far from the equator. So you get a pretty good. No QUICK GOES TO SOUTH AMERICA. So were were pretty Through Ecuador right so were north of that so or were in technically tropics. I Guess Yeah the Tropics. Yeah which just means it. It rains half the year and so that means does that. Put a challenge to your cooking. Her it does. Actually we have three components that we monitor during the rainy season. Because it's a big deal. The first is obviously the moisture in the wood Africa. Too much motion. Avoid Neo WE'RE GONNA END UP ST MONOP- AMMO pressure into the chamber. Which you monitor the pressure. Close it it's another thing that we do is monitor the pressure chamber pretty closely and then the third is our our cool down in the rainy season era. You know we we try to slow down or cool down as much as possible that makes spongy texture inside of the meat when you have a good brisket or good rid. That's just really spongy. In the middle like a really nice loose one genus includes like air pockets. No it's the cooldown so the slower you can cool it down and we literally cool fifteen degrees over two hours. You know so the slower that you can monitor that cool down and when it's raining outside the humidity the humidity's actually grabbing the heat and pulling away so the more humid it is the faster were cooling things down so we gotta make sure we monitor. That will be better in the rainy season. Now you say the pressure on the chamber view of like what kind of cooker you gone. So I've got a reversal set Got Three of them. And then I've got a pit smoker in my principal restaurant and then the other restaurants I've made nine smokers in total and everyone of those different. But they're all based on the reverse low offset. This is a design that originally gotten from Wayne Miller. He's got a Not a reverse flow off side and he was vague ing me to only rivers law said He said that his gone a lot more maintenance. He's got a direct flow Rick Smoker which is beautiful and has been using it for years But he really stressed the danger.
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"Guatemala, Honduras, Adele, Salvador, or no money goes there anymore. We we giving them five hundred million dollars were giving him. Tremendous aid. We stopped payment. President says sealing the border would have the added benefit of slowing down drugs flowing into the country threatened with a congressional subpoena for a full clean copy of the Muller reports. Attorney general William bar has written congressional leaders to say that report would subsections blacked out will be handed over to them by mid April. If not sooner Barr says he's required to redact, national security and grand jury matters and information about third parties, not charged the White House Barr says will not get an advanced copy the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani telling FOX's Sean Hannity. He's not concerned if they had a few nasty faction there. I'm ready to slam it down their throat because we have an eighty seven page report, which we will use. And there are some things that the special counsel did that I don't think they're gonna want people to hear a spokesman for former vice president Joe Biden. Responding to a claim by former state candidate in Nevada that Biden put his hands on her and gave her an unwanted kiss during a two thousand fourteen campaign events saying in a statement that neither then or in the years since it by the staff with him at the time have any inkling that mrfloor is had been uncomfortable at any time, nor do they recall the incident. She describes former Lieutenant governor candidate Lucy floor is an op Ed for New York magazine's the cut website says she's getting up now because with Biden considering a presidential run. She couldn't keep it. Bottled up any longer..
"guatemala" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm Tracy v Wilson and effect Tober nineteenth members of the military attack the national palace in Guatemala on this stay in nineteen forty four during the Guatemalan, it revolution. This revolution had started earlier in nineteen forty, four as students and young military officers rose up against president hor hate Biko. He had been elected president in nineteen thirty one and his early presidency had included a campaign against government corruption improvements to public health, an overhaul of Guatemala's infrastructure and helping to stabilize the country's economy, but by nineteen forty four. He had gotten rid of all political opposition and he was governing as a military dictator, his policies that also increasingly favored elite landowners and corporations, especially the US based United fruit company, which owned a lot of the land in Guatemala. It wasn't actually using most of that land beginning. It wasn't available for anyone else to use either. He had also implemented things like decree eighteen sixteen, which exempted landowners from prosecution, if they used violence to defend their land up to including murdering someone, he could also abolished a series of forced labor laws, but then replaced them with vagrancy laws that were very similar in these really amounted to indentured servitude in a lot of cases, the so-called vagrants who were being forced to work. We're from Guatemala. Maya peoples. UB coup also developed close ties with the United States in the United States was providing Guatemala with armaments and with favorable tariff terms. This whole situation though was not unique at all to Guatemala other nations and Central America had various similarly, unyielding dictators and control with similar social and economic effects. Similar reliance on one food crop for. Most of the economy similar connections to the United States and United States based business interests and one dictator. Maximiliano as Martinez was overthrown in neighboring El Salvador in nineteen forty four. This overthrow became an inspiration for a similar campaign against you. Biko Ingui Tamala not just inspiring the students and other young people to rise up, but also inspiring in Ugo a fear that the same thing might happen to him. So he cracked down on civil liberties. He put people who were loyal to him in charge of the university. He basically tried to do what he could to ensure his own power. This had the opposite effect of what he wanted a series of protests followed with students at Saint Carlos university petitioning for changes to the university teaching staff and other reforms. Lawyers were petitioning for biased judges to be removed from the bench. Teachers were demonstrating for pay increases and. All these initial demonstrations were non violent. They included things like boycotts and strikes. The Guatemalan government responded to all this by deploying tanks and troops and using tear gas on the demonstrators placing the capital under martial law. But the demonstrations spread even as the government was placing participants under surveillance and deporting foreign supporters of the movement. Finally, at the end of June, tens of thousands of demonstrators were gathered at the capitol and Biko's support was really eroding. He resigned on July first nineteen forty, four place to the government under the control of military triumvirate. Although he allegedly remained in charge. The national assembly elected one of the triumvirate general Frederico Ponte Vitus president. He promised to their free election was going to follow, but by October, it was obvious that it just was not going to happen and Wata Malla was sliding farther and farther away from democracy. The protests continued students and teachers called for a general strike. On October sixteenth students and members of the military began taking control of the capital on October eighteenth, and there was an attack on the national palace by members of the military. As I said, at the top of the show on October nineteenth, violence spread through the capital the presidential guard rebelled and the general finally surrendered on the twentieth this didn't put a total into the violence or the rest. But new elections did follow in December and they were one of the freest elections that Guatemala had seen in decades. A new constitution was drafted in nineteen forty five. This constitutional rule lasted for just less than a decade before president Cobo Arbenz was elected in nineteen fifty one, and he had been part of the revolution. He instituted a lot of land reforms including redistributed. A lot of that unused land that United fruit company had been buying up the United States in the like that the United States was. Also threatened by the fact that he legalized the communist party in Guatemala..
"guatemala" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"And so something I had noticed is just how hot the rocks were like you could feel the heat. We did see some lava. It was a little bit further than some people like we were not close enough to go get with a stick, but we were able to grow some marshmallows in the crevices. So you knew there was a lot of heat coming up, but when she got down the side of them mountain, she only narrowly missed like massive blisters under feet because she had all the rub. I was gone. I could see her socks. She was walking down the benefit. Yeah. Shooting? Oh, I have very thick socks on as well, but there's a peak of the shoes almost lift to them. So now it's pretty amazing. It's lot that must've heard with pretty pink pink socks. I reckon they would've heart rate on pink. Then he's in China. So when you planning an itinerary, what you really want to be doing is chatting to somebody who knows what they talking about. This is why we catching up with Sarah from a tricks because I plan on Tina Aries, but they were all travellers. Am I right? This era? Yeah, that's absolutely right. All of our travel plan, our experts because they've actually done it. Well, what we do is we customize every trip based on what each particular person or family or couple wants to get out of their experience. So we listen, we talk with people, we meet with them. They talk one of our travel planners. They tell all about the their things that they wanna hit on their trip, and you know, kind of how how they want to have their experience. Some people wanna do it really bare bones. They want to not stay. They want to stay with the locals they want to travel for as long as possible. So they're really working on it by jet. And then you have other people who maybe have less time maybe have some kind of a situation where they need to be in a place. It's more comfortable may to go traveling for work. So we customize everyday tin array based exactly on what use civically want to do. One of the examples you gave to me was if you planning a trip from the US to Peru to walk think coup trial too much you pitchy which we've said in previous episodes is almost be love to death. Why not plan a stop ivory in Guatemala and hike Pakeha. Yeah, that's exactly right. So I think a lot of people when they're thinking about traveling to South America, they think, well, I just want to get where I'm going and Dubai might track there a couple of popular ones. Macho pictures also showed her Di, Di, Columbia, Israeli popular and Columbia. I'm sorry, Guatemala is a great stop over on your way down to either one of those tracks because Guatemala's a country that's really great to see by land. It's actually when we talk about people going to not region of Central America alive the time we'll tell them don't fly into the one place you wanna see fly into one city and fly out. Another because there's so many remote and beautiful places in Guatemala that you can't get you by air. So it's nice to say, start in south southern Mexico, Chow around chop bus goes by land through Guatemala to ah Salvador, and then fly from there. Not only could you stop over in Guatemala City on your way down to Prue Columbia, but you could get three additional countries in there. You don't have to spend a lot of money to have a fantastic experience. Well, that's exactly right. I was looking at trips when we when I knew resume talking with you as I was looking at central that included Guatemala. And one of the sample trips we have on our site right now is it's seven cities in South America, including Wata Mollah city. So Guatemala City Colombo talk Columbia Santiago Lima, and that's starting in any in Miami, and it's between sixteen and seventeen hundred dollars. So you've got seventeen. Seven cities for seventeen hundred dollars. It's pretty affordable, but tell us about Piquet. They'd say that it's, you know, you compare to metro pitchy. Tell me about it..
"guatemala" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm carol hills and you're with the world a co production of the bbc world service pri and w h in boston people in guatemala are still recovering from fogo us the name of the volcano that rupt it on sunday killed at least sixty nine people so far but the death toll is likely to be much higher because so many people are still missing guatemala has been through volcanic eruptions before this was the worst in decades many of the survivors have found emergency shelter in the nearby town of squint la the we relondo sundays is there he's with catholic relief services and i spoke with them earlier that merger team tar frying food cover bodies because they don't think there's anybody alive for far why because make your own readings one really hot when they're trying to getting their houses they can to the house they can't stay more than two or three minutes speak i because really warm they have to special boots or to go through special wrote a way to to walk because the mighty banding really want right now there you can feel are trump tried to remove them not on nata to threat to find more body have you spoken to any of the people who were able to evacuate and escape the volcano yes the team happily relief services patty the around this free shelter stuff the catholic church they are having around six hundred people we have too many people.
"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"But in some areas the rescue has had to stop just because of okay no is still erupting this is one of thirty seven volcanoes in in what the mala that gives you know the the land it's it's beauty and enchantment but right now the fury of mother nature if you would is being felt to haven't been able to reach all the areas hit by the initial eruption exactly there are still many people disappeared people believed buried under the torrents of lava and ask that fell from the volcano maria martin a journalist who lives in guatemala don't come out watson is a volcanologist from the school of earth scientists at bristol university in the uk my colleague rasi igbo asked him whether the eruption could have been predicted partially yes and partially knows my answer think inasmuch as frago has exhibited quite predictable behavior of the last three or four years it's been in a cycle where it's a rupt it about once a month since twenty fifteen would i think was much harder to predict is this gale of the eruption though this is significantly larger than anything that's happened will be over the last thirty years how many people live within the area of the volcano around about one hundred thousand people live within a ten kilometer radius of the summit of waco the number of people that had been affected in the villages that have been directly hit by the flows parole is in the almonds of which fear more than what's currently been reported have been killed when volcanoes erupt people immediately associate them with lava but we're not talking about lava here it something called a pyroclastic flow just explain what that is volcanoes exist in a number of places in the world so if you look at hawaii a hawaii is in a place where tectonic plates are pulling apart and generally in those sorts of tectonic settings you get.
"guatemala" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Ramos do a good job of explaining the rules there are four options for each question you could go into these are very convoluted i don't think it's probably why is convoluted this war this war options is a question were options whether it's a multiplechoice you did say it and i just missed it college eyes this is an emergency situation this this this is legit irate alary you get the jews number two or number four it's gonna mukti all right number two a returning player voted for the winner guatemala philippines both are neither in henare frontier rules is say yes he did and said it see said filkins easily south pacific or guatemala guatemala philippines both or neither era and i think we his catholic that in guatemala only vote for stephanie was rave so what that would mean that that yes r y has named for adam ahead an are turning p lay about john did have to vote for the winter i'm going to say both both is correct you take it lurd did jordan's say that raef was the only vote for stephanie did he did he confirmed that in the previous answer to this question he may have should i throw that when algeria should we go i don't have one have an alternate question i think i did say that more reverse the nfl george we love acting stay out of your own way i figure just off their off the air i think we should let it go and see if anybody notices now we smith.