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Fresh update on "naomi" discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

Prognosis: Doubt

05:22 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "naomi" discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

"Bloomberg is brought to by dial pad. No matter where work finds you, dial pedals you call message meat and support customers all in one app, with built in AI across every conversation, dialpad is completely changing how teams work together. Get real-time transcriptions on phone calls and meetings, live agent coaching, sentiment analysis and so much more. Plus, a dial pad will get you up and running in minutes. Sign up for free at dial pad dot com and see for yourself, dial pad, work beautifully. Bloomberg is brought to you by dialpad. No matter where work finds you, dial pad lets you call message, meet and support customers all in one app. With built in AI across every conversation, dial pad is completely changing how teams work together. Get real-time transcriptions on phone calls and meetings. Live agent coaching, sentiment analysis, and so much more. Plus, dialpad will get you up and running in minutes. Sign up for free at dialpad dot com and see for yourself. Dialpad, work beautifully. A black van with tinted windows is parked in front of an art novo building, not far from Munich's English garden. It's September. The COVID-19 vaccine drive is in full swing. With countries around the world debating just who should get booster shots. Inside the Munich villas heavy door is a narrow entry foyer that leads up a wooden staircase. There's a cluster of people coming down. It's Germany's star scientists at some two duchy and gour shaheen. They're the husband and wife duo behind BioNTech. Pfizer's partner for the COVID vaccine. And they're on their way out of a meeting with the company's chairman. Helmut juggler. Ursula Uber say hello politely and then head out the door. Helmut is waiting upstairs to talk to me about BioNTech, and it's raised to develop a messenger RNA vaccine. How about laughs when I ask what they talked about that day? Next generation mRNA treatments are on everyone's mind. Next generation? Next generation. No. Of course we have to think about how we develop the company because of the situation we're in now. Elmo has known the BioNTech founders since 2007. He was working then for the strong one brothers. The German billionaires who helped fund the company. He's been involved with BioTech since the beginning and chairman of the board since 2008. When we talked, it had been almost a year since Helmut U and its found out that the bet and BioNTech had a messenger RNA technology. Had paid off in the biggest possible way. How much compares it to a moon landing. We plan and you work and you prepare. And it's all theoretical until you step out the door of your spacecraft. And suddenly you're there. It's almost hard to believe that you've actually made it. It tells me that after he heard the news from ugor about how well the vaccine worked in a patient trial. He left his phone at home and went out for a walk. He lives out in the country. And it was a peaceful night. He says he figured it would be his last quiet night for a while. That's exactly why I want to enjoy this moment quietly. I myself. How much turned out to be right? The vaccine isn't just one of humankind's best weapons so far against the COVID pandemic. It's also the vindication for an entirely new field of medicine. Suddenly, messenger RNA vaccines are the world's bestselling drugs. And suddenly, the young biotechs that develop them, Germany's BioNTech and Moderna from the U.S. are among the world's most closely scrutinized drugmakers. Everybody wants to know what their next step will be. Welcome to the 8th episode of our series. This time, we're looking at what's next for the biggest scientific breakthrough to emerge out of the COVID pandemic. Messenger RNA vaccines. Up until last year, it wasn't even clear that they'd work at all. Now everyone from hospitals and drug makers to Wall Street are waiting to see where else they can be used. And what the payoff could be for patients and for the companies. The technology could help engineer a better flu shot, for example. But its potential goes far beyond zapping viruses. Messenger RNA is being tested in cancer medicines and in heart disease. Some researchers are also studying whether it could be useful against autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis, or even treat genetic illnesses like sickle cell anemia. So argue that we can't even imagine how widely this technology will eventually be used. And that eventually, there won't even be such a thing as an mRNA vaccine company. But the technology will become so widespread that it's just another piece of the puzzle for drugmakers working in all sorts of fields. My name is Naomi kresky, and I'm a health reporter for Bloomberg news. From.

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Hundreds march against COVID-19 restrictions in Belgium

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Hundreds march against COVID-19 restrictions in Belgium

"Hundreds hundreds of of demonstrators demonstrators marched marched through through central central Brussels Brussels to to protest protest against against the the Titan Titan covert covert nineteen nineteen restrictions restrictions people people took took to to the the streets streets to to protest protest against against new new coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions imposed imposed by by the the Belgian Belgian government government on on Friday Friday to to counter counter the the country's country's latest latest surge surge in in cases cases calling calling it it an an attack attack on on their their freedom freedom and and rights rights prime prime minister minister Alexander Alexander de de croo croo has has announced announced that that children children must must now now wear wear masks masks from from the the age age of of six six an an indoor indoor events events will will only only be be allowed allowed with with a a maximum maximum of of two two hundred hundred people people this this is is the the third third week week in in a a row row that that rules rules of of tightened tightened as as the the country's country's health health services services are are struggling struggling to to support support those those with with other other life life threatening threatening diseases diseases I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon

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Israel urges hard line against Iran at nuclear talks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Israel urges hard line against Iran at nuclear talks

"Israeli Israeli prime prime minister minister Naftali Naftali Bennett Bennett is is urging urging world world leaders leaders to to take take a a hard hard line line against against Iran Iran and and nuclear nuclear deal deal negotiations negotiations as as world world powers powers sit sit down down with with Iran Iran in in Vienna Vienna in in hopes hopes of of restoring restoring the the tiger tiger twenty twenty fifteen fifteen nuclear nuclear deal deal Israel Israel watches watches with with growing growing concern concern over over possible possible renegotiations renegotiations last last week's week's talks talks in in Vienna Vienna resumed resumed after after a a more more than than five five month month hiatus hiatus and and we're we're the the first first in in which which Iran's Iran's new new hard hard line line government government participated participated at at an an important important step step forward forward for for the the U. U. S. S. after after former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump was was strong strong encouragement encouragement from from Israel Israel withdrew withdrew from from the the deal deal in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen Bennett's Bennett's top top defense defense and and intelligence intelligence officials officials headed headed to to Washington Washington to to discuss discuss the the flailing flailing talks talks and and says says Iran Iran must must begin begin to to pay pay a a price price for for its its violations violations I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon

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 Biden, Putin set video call Tuesday as Ukraine tensions grow

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

Biden, Putin set video call Tuesday as Ukraine tensions grow

"President president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is expected expected to to speak speak with with Russian Russian president president Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin via via video video call call next next week week as as tensions tensions grow grow over over Ukraine Ukraine Kremlin Kremlin spokesman spokesman Dmitry Dmitry Peskov Peskov confirms confirms the the two two leaders leaders will will talk talk on on Tuesday Tuesday evening evening as as tensions tensions between between America America and and Russia Russia escalate escalate over over Russian Russian troop troop build build up up on on the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border it's it's seen seen as as a a sign sign of of potential potential invasion invasion Russia's Russia's more more adamant adamant than than ever ever that that the the U. U. S. S. doesn't doesn't admit admit Ukraine Ukraine to to the the NATO NATO military military alliance alliance however however according according to to an an anonymous anonymous spied spied an an administration administration official official about about seventy seventy thousand thousand Russian Russian troops troops are are said said to to be be at at the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border already already an an invasion invasion as as possible possible as as soon soon as as early early next next year year I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon president president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is expected expected to to speak speak with with Russian Russian president president Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin via via video video call call next next week week as as tensions tensions grow grow over over Ukraine Ukraine Kremlin Kremlin

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In democracy's birthplace, pope warns of populist threats

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

In democracy's birthplace, pope warns of populist threats

"Pope pope Francis Francis is is calling calling on on Europe Europe to to stand stand together together and and fight fight increasing increasing populist populist threats threats during during a a visit visit to to the the birthplace birthplace of of democracy democracy the the pope pope warns warns that that populism populism and and authoritarianism authoritarianism in in Europe Europe is is on on the the rise rise in in his his speech speech pope pope Francis Francis argues argues that that only only robust robust multilateralism multilateralism can can successfully successfully address address today's today's pressing pressing issues issues protecting protecting the the environment environment so so the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic and and poverty poverty though though he he didn't didn't name name any any specific specific countries countries or or leaders leaders the the issue issue is is currently currently locked locked in in a a feud feud with with members members Poland Poland and and Hungary Hungary over over rule rule of of law law issues issues and and is is facing facing growing growing pressure pressure on on its its border border control control policies policies he's he's expected expected to to visit visit a a migrant migrant detention detention camp camp in in Lesbos Lesbos on on Sunday Sunday I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon

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UN climate boss: 'Good compromise' beats no deal on warming

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

UN climate boss: 'Good compromise' beats no deal on warming

"Cop twenty six nations finally strike a U. N. climate agreement after compromising on a cold deal despite reaching a decision following the climate summit many member states are disappointed after a last minute change which waters down crucial language on coal power that being said many leaders such as British prime minister Boris Johnson are optimistic we haven't beaten climate change and it would be fatal to think that we have because there is so much more that still needs to be done but what we do have now is a viable roadmap the final package highlights the importance of financially supporting developing nations and paving the way for better carbon trading the agreement also says big carbon polluting nations must come back and submit stronger emission cutting pledges by the end of next year Naomi shot in London

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Queen sprains back, misses first planned appearance in weeks

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Queen sprains back, misses first planned appearance in weeks

"Queen Elizabeth the second misses her first public appearance in weeks after injuring her back the U. K. marks remembrance Sunday to pay tribute to Britain's war veterans but the queen was not in attendance after spraining her back Buckingham Palace says the service is one of the most important events on the ninety five year old monarchs calendar it was meant to be her first public appearance after taking a few weeks off to rest under doctor's orders the news came just hours before the service and officials say she was disappointed about having to miss the event Naomi

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Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike

"The husband of Nazanin cigar Radcliffe the British Iranian woman detained in Iran and says twenty one day hunger strike Richard Ratcliffe thank supporters as he ends his protest outside Britain's foreign office after a long three weeks he continues to fight for his wife's freedom more than five years and she was detained and to run Rackley began his demonstration last month after his wife lost her latest appeal in Iran he hopes his hunger striker Sean a greater spotlight on his wife's case and added pressure on both the British and Iranian governments Naomi shot in London

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Merkel calls on all to get shots to avoid bad virus winter

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Merkel calls on all to get shots to avoid bad virus winter

"German chancellor angle Americal is calling on all citizens to get vaccines to avoid contracting the virus during the winter months Merkel's encouraging all those unvaccinated to get their shots as quickly as possible as the country's cases had a string of new highs Merkel also called and those were vaccinated already to get the corona virus booster shot calling it a real chance to break the severe fall and winter wave of the pandemic the chancellor plans to meet with the country's sixteen state governors to coordinate nationwide measures next week and parliament is proposing legislation on a new legal framework for restrictions over the winter I'm Naomi Shannon

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The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter

"I'm talking to katie hopkins katie. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. I was asking you earlier. What is it. I want you to be honest. Because if are asking this to anne coulter who's a dear friend she would never admit it's kinda like donald trump would never admit like yes. Maybe i shouldn't have said this. She doubles down. My guess is you're probably similar that you wouldn't say yeah. Maybe i shouldn't have said. I think it's similar that the differences i would say people always say oh. What was it that banned from. Just pick something twitter and you can't answer it because it isn't one thing because there's never a thing it's just that your voice becomes too powerful. Your audience becomes too big so at the point that i had my own column on met online. I was on tucker three or four times a week. I had my own radio show. You become too big okay. To tell the truth. This is beautiful. This is beautiful. Because i was wondering i was saying you on the break. I was this program. Which is i would think pretty anodyne. This is not like we're not fire-breathing you know and we were completely wiped off of youtube like just two hundred twenty thousand subscribers which is not monstrous but for us it's extraordinary and just completely wiped out the whole show and i think the final straw was we. We had naomi wolf on. She's was talking about vaccine passports. And i thought naomi wolf is a feminist. She's very liberal. She was in my class at yale. Just completely different in most ways but on this an amazing. She's been a hero because of that. I mean that was the final score but they had other reasons. But you said you think that the real calculation they're making is that you scare them become too. It isn't ever people will say. Why did they take off youtube. And actually i want to say it's an ignorant question but it's not the right question because the only answer is you become too big and your voice becomes to heard of things you're simply not allowed to

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Naomi Osaka Weighs Another Break From Tennis After US Open Loss

The Mini-Break

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Naomi Osaka Weighs Another Break From Tennis After US Open Loss

"Was just one of those days at the twenty twenty one. Us open a day that featured sixteen round of thirty two singles matches saw eight of those sixteen go the distance. Four on the side. Four on the women's side. Want to break down all of that action on today's show. Of course the place will start. We are down a defending champion. Two time us open winner. Twenty twenty twenty eighteen ninety homeo- sokha your third seep here. At this year's event knocked off by uber talented eighteen year old canadian leila fernandez. I wanna talk about the mechanics of that match. I wanna talk about soccer comments after the match as well she indicated. She's not sure when she's going to next step on a tennis

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The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open

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00:36 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open

"Women's defending champion Naomi Osaka has been upset in the U. S. open third round by the Canadian Layla Fernandez the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four after an increasingly frustrated Osaka blew a chance to say that the match in straight sets Osaka says she might now take an indefinite break from tennis American hud Frances tiafoe guardian on the upset action as well knocking out the fifth seeded Russian Andrei Rublev six one in the fifth set third St Stefano sits Abbas also fell on a day of absence losing a roller coaster FISA to the Spanish teenager colors all colors on Graham I goes

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Stephens Overpowers Gauff at US Open; Osaka’s Foe Withdraws

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00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Stephens Overpowers Gauff at US Open; Osaka’s Foe Withdraws

"Naomi Osaka has reached the US open third round after receiving a second run walk on but when her opponent good Danilovich withdrew before the match two thousand seventeen champion Sloane Stephens also reached the third round that out that she won the highly anticipated all American showdown with teenage daughter coco Gauff Stephen's experience a kilo six four six to win women's wins also if the Danielle Collins Simona Halep and the second seed on a separate link up in the menstrual Frances tiafoe continued his run now into the third round joined there by second seed Daniil Medvedev I'm grand I got

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Osaka wins first match at U.S. Open

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Osaka wins first match at U.S. Open

"Naomi osaka makes winning return to grand slam tennis at the. Us open the number three seed defending us open. Champion defeated marie booth gus. Six two four and six one in the opening round osaka didn't play at wimbledon. After pulling out of the french open following the first round for mental health

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Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka Has a New Interest: Cryptocurrencies

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka Has a New Interest: Cryptocurrencies

"The growing rage around Cryptocurrencies has captured the attention of the defending U. S Open champion has been exploring where she can invest in the space. Part of her interest was brought on by all the noise around does coin the digital token that became famous for being the first? Mm coin to start out as a joke? Here's a little bit of a quote. I was actually just talking with my agent about Cryptocurrencies, she said in an interview last week. This is a quote. I know that online. Everything is getting bigger. I remember reading about does coin. There's going to be something new and interesting. That's going to pop up. Massocca said. The continuous stream of conversations around Bitcoin especially on our Twitter feeds doctor interest even before her agent approached her with the idea to invest. You

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. Welcome back. I'm talking to naomi wolf naomi year talking about stuff that yeah people say. Oh that's conspiracy theory. I mean honestly. I wish it were conspiracy theory a world where this is the realm of conspiracy theorist but the more i pay attention and talked to folks like you the less. It seems this is anything but what is really happening. And what mainstream media doesn't really want to talk about. So i still would ask the question in other words this kind of coordination. What we're limos coming from. Are there memos. Does this happen in a back room. Davos where is that kind of thing happening that these people seem climbing. That's where right. So that's where. I i wanted to go back and say you know i see three or four big interests. I mentioned big tech. I mentioning china. You know it's china's idea of a triumph over us as the rival superpower is to fight a war without a bullet being shot and i do think Some of these policies goto the influence of china on our especially at the state level on our elected officials. And on some of our media. You know some of our Our news outlets. I mean it's been well documented. The china has placed for instance confucius institutes on college campuses. They have bought up of the shares in companies that produce a lot of our media People have shown me that in states that have a lot of business with china around ports for instance like washington. State in oregon. You have the most draconian lockdown policies. We don't know you know what the outcome if you flip it around to look at what happened to this country in the last year and a half and western europe. The result is the result. You get if you were trying to weaken an adversary right kids out of school economy broken People sick sick from being indoors sick from depression but the dissolution of community churches and synagogues those those policies didn't make any sense as public health policies. They make sense. If you're trying to and has been has taught me this phrase based on soviet propaganda if you're trying to tender is the enemy may know me. Let me jump in and ask you. There was an hbo documentary made. I don't know three years ago about Election interference with the machines and it was coming basically from a democratic viewpoint. It's hbo And they were saying that And this is still available. It's called kill chain. But in the documentary they were basically saying that the role of or the goal rather of. Let's say china or russia but mainly china To interfere in elections is less to get someone elected then to simply destabilize. The democratic process and there were a number or democratic leaders. Legislators in the. Hbo documentary kill chain now as soon as the election happened. Suddenly nobody's talking about that anymore. And it's all about trump and mike lindell and conspiracy theories and crazy people talking about election interference. When two years ago democrats were talking about an. Hbo felt the need to make documentary about it. But it was about destabilizing our democracy. We're the superpower. It makes sense that if you could if you have no values and because the chinese communist party they simply want power. They'll do whatever it takes. They'll kill their own people. Why wouldn't they have buildings dedicated to doing something like this. I mean it's kind of commonsense. I mean i can't believe people are not discussing this. You know the the fact that the chinese military was working on bio weapons in the same institute that this came out of it doesn't mean it was an attack but i know as a political consultant that you never let a good crisis good ways. There's no reason to believe that if oops you know it's out The companies perfectly capable of letting people continue to fly continue to spread it around the world and even lose some of their own people in order to destabilize the west and look what happened. The west is completely weakened and in china. China's revenues are up thirty two percent Look at zoom. Zoom is you know has has chinese interest in it right. It is one of chinese math china's methodologies to siphon rip hacker p. you know get our patents this is modus operandi right. They're not shy about saying it. I was astonished to find out that statehouse level legislators conducting business on zoom and on microsoft teams right one of the other benefits of this One of the other interests is bill. And melinda gates the gates foundation. Bill gates civically. He's invested in the vaccines and the vaccine passports and getting all of the secrets of state by state by state. That would've been in a closed room if the pandemic hadn't gone on and on lastly the world economic forum you know not to be a conspiracy theorist but i know that they're Discussions the last few years have been this future ism which is true of climate change economic stability food scarcity and angry mobs so knowing the masters of the universe it is completely predictable that in a discourse like that consensus might arrive. There's no memo but it's like look they're gonna be you know. The world is too dangerous for democracy. We need to lock down so that there can be top down management of populations because otherwise people will be going crazy in street. It's gonna be chaos. If by the way. You and fred jim over here and i get super super rich. Oops we couldn't help it. We're doing it for the good of humanity You know this is a perfect opportunity. So that's my best analysis. It doesn't mean they're all aligned but they are all making out like bandits and getting their agendas and it was convenient. I mean pe- people's or the the the leading or the cultural elites hatred of trump made it impossible to process any information that made him look like he got something right. So no matter. What the facts were that. No pun intended trumped. Everything and here we are. It's a bizarre moment. Is there anybody out there who gives you. Hope anybody on the landscape weather in media or in in government. God i need yes. At a state level. Daily cloud mike mike. Democracy platform has been fighting the good fight of bringing five freedoms legislation to state legislators state by state. We've been effective a no more masks mandates. No more no vaccine passports freedom of simply emergency law. So i have legislators like melissa. Blazek in new hampshire and samson in a were bumping up against the time clock naomi. You've done it again by talking. You've made me want to talk to you more so we'll talk to you again soon. Thank you for everything we appreciate. It adds saying the don. Hey folks this is a reminder While.

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We move the subject of this untimely bleeding. Anyone who took third grade. Biology knows that untimely bleeding of this kind goes to fertility right if you want to have a baby and you're having two periods a month or period that last thirty days. That is going to complicate your ability to have a baby or to have a successful pregnancy and childbirth. There are thousands of miscarriages and as someone pointed out A lot of you can't no you know with the shedding of blood. I don't actually let me rollback an edit that out because i don't want to get too gross but there are many Symptoms women are having that would reasonably impact their fragility and no one's doing long term studies. We don't have the results but the lesson about silence is that you know. I'm so vocal. Because i know the history of women's health and over and over again we were told. The limit as you mentioned is fine. Breast implants are fine. The iud is fine. Marina is fine. It's all in your head you know you. You need to have a full hysterectomy in order to not you know not have mood swings on and on and on and it turns out not to be true very often but it took women coming forward and speaking up and saying i'm having symptoms or a had a bad outcome before before women's medicine and women's health evolves to take those risks into account. So as a woman. I am not going to sit silently by and not tell women that there are these outcomes that are being reported but you should look at various because it scary. What's clearly happening. And i'm not adopted. Mellon donnie am the are e. r. s. v. a. r. s. Let's works of reporting database. Okay but but you know. They're made whistle blower doctor speaking to me and i encourage you to have on your show. Dr tanenbaum dr. Peter mccullagh and dr paul alexander who the latter was the former h has administrator in the trump administration. They're pointing out. If i can summarize this correctly in other doctors have to that. There are the spike. Proteins are affecting platelets and accumulating in in lymph and. that's why you get myocarditis. So it's not given that. They're affecting the capillaries of our bloodstream. Right which goes to every organ. This is the consensus of these whistleblower. Doctors that actually does make sense when you're thinking well. How can a post menopausal woman be having uterine bleeding right Because it's it's creating blood clots it's creating Abnormally behavior of our circulatory system according to these medical doctors. It's just. It's astonishing to me again that most people who've done any research on this know that it doesn't seem to be necessary for most healthy people to get this thing and yet it's being pushed and pushed and which so the question has to be. Why and you touched on it earlier. But let's get into that. Why are people pushing this even making up. Fake words like vaccine hesitancy or i mean you know that's like trans-phobia like i love these words that just designed to shut people up. Oh i'm i'm not that i'm not that well. I pushing the transport. Yeah as useful. Were well he may differ on that but we can talk about another time but to another talking about vaccine hesitancy. It's just ridiculous wide. We have to have. I mean what's the what's the eric i hate. I hate to be this person. But i think the evidence is in and we have to start talking about it between the over riding push. That will not quit. Even though the majority of americans have made it clear state by state. They don't want vaccine passports right between that. Push the fact that in in ireland. I just got a text this morning from someone there. You need a vaccine passport to go into a restaurant. They launched it last week or the week before. They rolled it out in france. I'm getting communications from friends. In france there are protests every weekend. This is this is too important. We're gonna go to a break folks. We'll be right back talking to naomi wolf. Hey folks eric metaxas.

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Rafael Nadal Pulls out of U.S. Open and Will Miss Rest of 2021

Terry Meiners and Company

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Rafael Nadal Pulls out of U.S. Open and Will Miss Rest of 2021

"Tennis news. Another guy we're not going to see in New York, Rafa and the doll. The last time we saw him was in the semi finals of the French. That's going to be the last time we see him for 2021. Due to a foot injury. Nodal not going to compete at the US Open, has decided to end his season so no Nadal No Federer. We will have Naomi Osaka, but it looks like the spotlight there at the US Open going to be firmly on Novak Djokovic's trying to get number 21 break that tie at 20 with Nadal and Federer so

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Naomi Osaka Gets Tearful in First Press Conference for Almost Three Months

WBZ Afternoon News

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Naomi Osaka Gets Tearful in First Press Conference for Almost Three Months

"Her first comments since the Summer Olympics in Tokyo tennis star Naomi Osaka found herself overcome with emotion, talking about her struggles with mental health and her family's ties to Haiti. WBZ Easter Mulholland has more. This was an emotionally charged 10 Minutes in Ohio, Naomi Osaka had already announced shall be donating her winnings from the Western and Southern Open to Haiti relief. I feel like I'm not really doing that much like the prize money thing. It's sort of like the first thing that I thought of that. Could do and she got emotional during that answer, and it really started moments before that, with questions regarding her mental health. You remember she withdrew from the French Open because she didn't want to participate in news conferences. I wasn't really proud. I felt like it was something I needed to do for myself. I was a little bit embarrassed to go out because I didn't know if people are looking at me in a different way. Osaka says The Olympics was actually an eye opener with other athletes telling her thank you for speaking up. As for American gymnast Simone Biles Osaka says she sent her a message but also wanted Give her space Drew Mulholland WBC Boston's news radio, This WBZ

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Interview With Model, Actress, Dancer, Activist, Leyna Bloom

Asian Enough

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Model, Actress, Dancer, Activist, Leyna Bloom

"So you're a dancer. A model an actor an activist. You were the cover model on. The sports illustrated swimsuit cover It's a famous pop cultural institution. But it's one that's historically been seen. I think in the mainstream through a straight male gaze and in this year's edition there was like an intentional effort to celebrate an inclusive spectrum of women. And i think i understand you shot it before you learn. You made the cover along with tennis player. Naomi osaka and rapper meghan stallion. But what were your hopes going into the shoot and what did you want to convey images. Well anything that i do sense. Being in these spaces of representation is fairly new to argos system. All around the world. I think for me. It has to be some type of cultural shift. Has the part of something that is not just based around vanity orc gluttony. It has to be something that has a message in yes. I have beaten suit on. Yes i'm in. My muslim informed bites what i stand for. And why i was chosen to be part of the issue and then be on the cover was because of what i wanna do with everything i do in the bible being In the past a lot of the models are beautiful. Yes what is a story what is fighting for. What are they really rooted and makes them who they are. And the reason why. I've gotten up to this. Point is not because meek just being beautiful. It's me fighting the system it's me. I'm being blacklisted. It's me saying no. I don't wanna do. This is saying it's not what you say. Yes you is what you say no to that builds character. So what we doing. And what i do with this issue is to invite people who think differently. And that's why i was session for a moment winning a transient on the cover. Because are every single. Day being brutalized murdered sexualize. Harass already has been thirty three on some of cases of trans women especially of color being murdered in america so when that is happening society is imperative in his responsibilities to have moments like

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The Judds, Ray Charles Among Country Music HOF Inductees

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

The Judds, Ray Charles Among Country Music HOF Inductees

"The country music hall of fame has announced its new class of inductees marches are a letter with the latest the Country Music Association has announced Ray Charles and the jobs are among those who will be inducted into the hall of fame next year and he bears will be the first drummer to be inducted and Pete Drake will be the first pedal steel guitarist be inducted Charles was a knowledge for the impact that his modern sounds in country and western music album made in nineteen sixty two Naomi Judd of the Judds says she's in disbelief Secombe hyper vigilant look over my shoulder and thank well what are they gonna kick us out did that really happen do we do really do all that

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"naomi" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"Life is a job. When you're a queer person. I feel like such an outsider. Or are you just grow feeling so weird and then you're like everybody's pretty weird i guess and then i don't know maybe it gives you a good sense of where you get fully gives you a sense of humor together. You welcome taking out a podcast. That's going through some vocal changes that have nothing to do with hormones. i'm caroline bears yay. That's melody tamale. And i'm not a commodity and today we're taking out with musician. Naomi mcpherson from muna about life on the road. Please excuse my voice let this be a lesson that this is what happens to your voice. When.

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Their foe car. We've got a segment. Yeah i think we're going to call these new segments what we're watching. Www end we're going to talk about how we're going to talk about when we go home and we wanna relax. Yeah and we turn on the boob tube. What are we watching now. I've been watching brit box. Which is on amazon prime. I guess but before we get into that album you wrote something. Talk about what you just wrote because i want. I wrote a book review of voting block. Men's great book balkam his great book faultline line about the crt and the social justice and the church's involvement and all that craziness. I wrote a book review. That's going to appear this weekend. On american greatness can create an greatness dot com am greatness dot com american greatness. Okay yes so real gap. We'll talk about next week. Okay yes vote. He balcony all right. So what we're watching so it's interesting my life has changed since cove it i never used to do streaming deal but now it's almost exclusively streaming unless i'm watching turner classic movies i love turner classic movies. They always have great stuff on there. But but as you know Britain there's brit breitbart and they've got tons of good stuff on there yesterday or whatever it was. I can't remember when it was. But i saw something i'm flipping around and i saw. I happen to know that George simion. He was a like in the fifties and sixties. He was detective writer. Lived in paris and he wrote these books about about an inspector. Margaret margaret margaret. I don't know but anyway the point is that i saw that. There was a bbc series. Starring rhone atkinson. He plays mr bean. Yeah so this. Is mr bean in a totally serious role right totally. And he's very good but we watched the first episode and based on the first episode of thing. I'm not gonna watch any more episodes because it was actually oddly off like it was sorta good. I wonder if people will watch this episode. What's it's called like. Maigret sell greet What is it. It's my gray mccray. Ma gret mcgrady's sets a trap or something. That's the first episode. And this is starring role next on the bbc. But it was so weird. There were a couple of things in it. That didn't make sense. Like i thought that's just bad writing or something but it was so odd. It wasn't bad but it just wasn't good enough that i thought i'm gonna watch more in the series. Yeah but. I'm just curious if anybody. Because i never used to watch detective stuff. Yeah but this is good because it's period stuff like who doesn't want to be in paris in the fifties kind of cool Anyway by the way in. And i watch almost exclusively detective stuff on either brit box or acorn. Tv acheive even heard of acorn. Yeah acorn tv. It's also brady should so it is but what he wants box like. I'm curious well. I think the stranger we just watched that harling corbin's thing which was really a great little mystery. They had some problems with the script. I think but the ending was really kinda sad. I was expecting the ending to be so sad. It stuck with me. What happened to disguise wife. You keep spoil it for everyone. Well good well not necessarily but it's it's a little bit of a san anyway but the ruin atkinson. It was this weird. It was just it was. It's fascinating to watch something. And to think i mean i think the night before we'd watch knives out which is a film and it was really well done like it just kept your tension every second. I thought this is why. I think we won an oscar or something i mean it. It's just one of these films. You just go. Whoever made that this is all discredit log. Great stars in the sudan. But we saw. But but it's interesting. 'cause i was looking because i'm a writer and i was looking at the the writing on this Margret series whatever. It was this first episode. I just thought it took too long to kind of pull you in Like it was kind of paced slowly. Yeah and then there was a key piece about the the this woman who's attacked by this guy trying to kill her and she ripped off a piece of his clothing. Yeah they never went back to that. It was the most bizarre thing even when they actually found the suit to say yes. This was the one they. Unless i missed it but if you missed it. Hey that's on me man but it was just bizarre anyway. Hey we're at time. lucky you..

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I see and i've seen evidence that about. Three giant interests are aligned. That doesn't mean you know in my husband's a a former soldier military intel. So he you know when i go. Oh my god. How can we ever fight against this. Giant interested are so aligned. He points out that even really powerful interests that are line can have between themselves. And so you know in shalah from our mouth to god's ears but having said that clearly big tech is a global entity it transcends nation states and they are the big big big big big winners and they were also some of the coordinators of the messaging early on. So i think i may have mentioned the in nineteen response project which launched to like april twenty twenty. Who was that. That was before we knew what this disease was. It could have come and gone. You know because practically it really doesn't show up in the top. Ten causes of death in the united states right there hadn't been a giant messaging campaign over the last year and a half. It would have been bad. A bad respiratory disease average age of death. Seventy eight to eighty two right in some cases older than the average lifespan. But it would not have been thus psychodrama if there hadn't been messaging on your computer on your phone on google maps everywhere. You go about cova. Nineteen who is covered nineteen response. Bloomberg microsoft amazon. Zoom nintendo right of all these igli facebook as part of it not twitter all these big tech companies and a year and a half later. They are up double digit billions for their ceo's revenue and in the case of amazon triple digit billions right. Why would you ever ever like. It's almost like unfair to your shareholders to end your influence on policy to extend the pandemic extend the lockdown extent distance learning. If those are the kind of results you're getting for your

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks is here contacts talking to any me wolf. We're talking about a lot of iki stuff. Naomi what you just said the idea that. In france and other european countries they're requiring quote unquote vaccine passports to go to restaurants. This is deeply sick. I'm astonished there ought to be revolution. The idea that governments would push people around like this. I don't know what has happened that we would allow ourselves to get pushed around like this. But why do you think because we were just going there. Why do you think someone is pushing like this. Why do they care. Yeah so i i need. We need to start talking about the. Why right it's pretty obvious. But just want to say in. In france and in britain in the republic violent one reason they were able to drive this through and it's still a fight and i'm proud to be part of the fightback immunity states they haven't succeeded in. Having federal national of vaccine passport is the they're lockdowns in the last year and a half in western europe in the republic. Violent and britain have been so so draconian that people kind of lost their minds. I mean they're so they've been so isolated they've been told they. Can't you know visit other. People can't see their loved ones. It's like modena's on hurry confinement until you're willing to sign any plea bargain whatever bum. I mean that that's kind of okay so pushing this though. Why does governments here. So let's let's go. Let's go to that all right. And i'm gonna talk to you now as a yale alum and the reason i bring that up is no but the reason i bring that up is unless you've been to some of those institutions where the world's leaders graduate from or unless you've been a rhode scholar or political consultant to a president vice president. You wouldn't believe that a high high level of coordination could result in a global historical

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Are lifelong democrat Feminist you wrote a whole book with vagina in the title right okay. That was the title the title. I've not ridden in such books just to be clear. Put my cards on the table. But you know you're somebody that you're you're an original thinker you care about these things you care about your family your kid and so you you do your research and then you actually talk about it. And many people have been cowed into silence and that to me again as an americans deeply offensive. So thank you for for talking about this. Being a voice of reason you just sharing how there are risks. Another words you said if you're obese. Whatever it is yes maybe get it to be safe but if you're not the risks might outweigh getting it. So don't get the vaccine. That's why i'm not getting it. I'm telling everybody. I know i wouldn't get it because i don't even know what the risks are. So where are we on this whole risk thing. Getting blood clots. You don't even know we can't even talk about. Yeah i will speak to the risks. But before i do i really want like pushback clearly. Okay i take it as kind of a core philosophical position that i should not tell anyone what to do with their body as a feminist that is absolutely fundamental and one of the tragedies of this time is that i've seen feminists on the left. Lose that core principle that your body is a sacred thing for you to decide about and no one else. So i'm not going to help people take it or don't take it. I'm also not a medical doctor. As a journalist and as a citizen. I believe in informed consent and also having read actually a book about the nazi doctors and how that nazi era used medicine and health to marginalized people to coerce people to cow people and to create a category of people who are second class citizens and then ultimately life unworthy of life. I see very scary things whenever society says when the federal government says you know i'm gonna take your body and do something with in. These bodies can have more rights than these other bodies that is categorically back but having said that your body your choice that said there is a lot of data that anyone i love. I hope that they turn to and think about before they make this

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:17 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"These are people that they don't care about values they don't really believe in these values and they're just kind of drifting along and they understand what they need to say but it is. It is particularly horrifying. I'm normally talking to conservatives about the republicans who are less than than useless But are there. Is there anybody in the democratic party. Who understands the threat to every american. I mean are any anybody that you're in touch. When and how i mean it's interesting i spoke i hear from people But they're scared you know and and these are different people in the journalists who are professionally scared. These are people around me who are starting to realize. Something's terribly wrong aren't an existential crisis. I talked to dave rubin. Yesterday and he's journeyed away from liberalism to conservatism. And as i was talking to my started to tear up. Because i was realizing this is like an exile a psychological exile and i think i think many people from the left are in that kind of existential crisis but i don't think they're brave enough especially now. I think it's easier to be brave. Honestly if you're libertarian or conservative right now against these things than if you're in the tent because there's i'm hearing things. I'm talking about nineteen thirty-three again and hearing things from intelligent left leftists and liberals thoughtful educated. People that i never thought here in my life like. Don't send me information. You know like i don't wanna know. I don't wanna see the peer reviewed studies that contradict. What the spokes. People are saying. don't you know or sentences like don't you know that most experts don't agree with you you know. Most experts didn't agree with galileo. Most experts didn't agree with abolitionists. You know like that's how history moves it. Look that's that's the point. That's exactly the point. I've written about kelly when my the book coming out in the fall and it's comedy because galileo. Everybody thinks it was the church. Actually it wasn't the church aristoteles in the universities. And it's kind of complicated but the issue is. They refused to look through his telescopes because they knew that if they look so be clear about so they refused so they they scorned the telescope. They scorn the whole thing. They had to make fun of him in the way that they have to make fun of anyone whom they don't like and they think well. I don't have an argument so i'll just say you're a big at your racist. You're this you're that you're a trump supporter. Whatever they need to us because the arguments have fled. They have no arguments. But that's a chilling moment. It's eight eight hundred terrifying terrible things happen. As highness said where they burned books soon they will burn people. I hope tiny. You'll correct me if it was kinda. Actually it's funny. Because when i discovered that quote i thought this was a hundred years this the german poet heinrich who wrote this one hundred years before the nazis. Wow yeah it's it's a terrifying moment. And i'm actually getting chills talking about it because you see it in public discourse like when people came at me or you know matt gets. Cnn they keep saying she's bonkers but they don't refute my arguments they don't they're scared me and i keep inviting them to debate me and they won't do it right. It's all invective seeing this in mainstream media. Not just with me but with important news. Stories rand paul. Did the right thing in asking daughter found she whether he wanted to retract what he said. In claiming it not funded gain of function research. The evidence is in. I mean we talked about it. I was d platform for it. You know rampal has it in his dossier so many scientists can attest to it. It's on the h. Website they've funded gain of function research and instead of addressing are asking questions of dr fetchy. Msnbc and cnn and all these new sites were like he's so wacko he so out there you know let's talk about This pop star. Who's eighteen who we can get on in mccurry with you. I mean it is not a mature democracy more in when people start calling names instead of engaging with the evidence or debate You're not heading toward to tell telltale your into talibanism and then and then anyone can be other is in anything can happen like this is where when you have the enlightenment in europe debate in your grounded in facts you have to have policy. That is restrained by fats. It can't go too far. Someone will say. Where's the evidence this is crazy. And that's why we keep how we keep coming back from the brink right like you know with the communist witch hunts and so on you know. Where's the evidence. Where's the evidence or any craziness like people go off the rails in in in in national leadership all the time but when the enlightenment says you need to provide the evidence or we need to scrutinize it you get hearings you get trials you get watergate you get the pentagon papers and so on. Now we're in a time where any kind of corruption or brutality can take place people can be disappeared right and and everyone will just say well. That's ridiculous or she's a wacko who says that And that's what you and i are experiencing i. We're silenced right or even rand. Paul is kind of being silenced marginalized to just a few outlets in ends in whatever evidence you know can be brought forward is discounted because they don't wanna look in the telescope while rand paul i have to say he is one of the tiny handful of heroes out there today and he will be president of the united states by the grace of god at some point. He is the kind of person we need. And i was astonished at the way. Fao she responded were or didn't respond. Let let let's be blunt. I think she is scared to death. He knows he could go to jail. He could be threatened with jail time. He could be as vilified in american culture as he has been lionised. He could be dr death when this stuff comes out so the idea to my mind. Is that these. People have used their power to play this game hoping the clock would run out and they would never be discovered. I think they're in for rude. Awakening i pray that that's the case we're gonna be right back talking to neo me wolf. Don't go away A let's before we turn to naomi wolf while and then we're going to get the john's mayor. We have an important announcement we just discovered. At least i just discovered seconds ago by albin that our neutral medics discount. When you use the code eric they changed it from twenty to thirty percent but somehow it got messed up so people trying it today or yesterday would not have gotten the thirty percent. We use code eric. So we want you to know now. It is back to thirty percent. They've extended through this week. Ladies and gentlemen take advantage of this because this is not normal. This is not some game. we're playing They did this as a special thing. because we were kicked off of youtube and they said they want to bless our audience. Thirty percent off. If you use the code. Eric and that's through friday night midnight eastern time. Okay friday night tomorrow. Night thirty percent than say the weekends. So this is like. There's no time if you thought of of going there look twenty percent. Discount is great to begin.

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

09:31 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Because i've joined or i'm seeking to join my my applications under review This class action lawsuit. Which not just former president trump whom. I didn't vote for with whom i don't agree but i agree that he has the right to not be censored and and silenced An defamed by big tech companies And thousands of other people are joining forces to sue big tech america first policy very good lawyers and other distinguished attorneys are bringing forward this class action suit and i think it's very very important because it is damaging to you with a podcast to be platform d- it's damaging reputation. If they decide to tell people the reason was vaccine misinformation It certainly damaging and scary an unprecedented that the white house spokesperson. Jen sacchi is identifying american citizens by name. How can americans not dirty rise up all mass on something like this. I mean how have we been. How are we allowed ourselves to be so ignorant. Become so ignorant of the basics of what american freedom is and has been a folks I'm talking to naomi wolf. We'll be right back. Folks talking to dr naomi wolf author of the end of america and outrages and ceo of daily clout naomi. We're talking about crazy things you you know have i guess identified as as a feminist and a liberal but the world has changed so dramatically that the people in the democratic party today. They don't really seem to push back against this kind of censorship. this kind of thing they. They seem to have morphed into hard left radicals who feel wait. If we've got the power where all four censorship in the fifty s when it was being used against us we were. We cared about freedom. Suddenly we're not even gonna talk about it. Yeah i mean. I wish i could say you're wrong. I think it's even worse in. This is so painful for me like my conversations. These days are like you know confession there so morally painful It you're you're right. I think it's worse than the democratic leadership is tolerating wholesale censorship of voices critical of medical coercion. Conservative voices of former president. And so on. I think a lot of this direction is coming from the dnc and coming from the white house and that's why it is important to have these lawsuits because then you get discovery and you see what kind of collusion is there. I mean for dr vouch. He'd be chatting with You know mark zuckerberg And and coordinating messaging of a healthy agency paid for with our tax dollars with a tech company that is going to have double digit billion dollar prophets from lockdowns right that is incredibly questionable and needs to be investigated it you know if not criminal so i think that unfortunately democrats won They wanna make it a one party state. They're doing it in alliance with big tech. Maybe an alliance with other superpower. That are not our friends who want to see us. You know a one party state debts biddable and they're doing it systematically. I mean it's not gonna end. I can tell you exactly what's going to happen. It's so clear. Silence all dissenting voices. And then they're gonna start ramping up punishments And they're going to start linking descent. I mean it's a social credit system that we talked about in the the video that got us t- platforms right or the guy. You d platform. I'm so sorry but it's going to go to Professional consequences income consequences. You're going to see more people going. Through what i think jordan peterson through. Which is you know bruegel suspending dams. They can't email or I think ben shapiro again. I need to check. But i believe he said that Amazon servers wouldn't host him anymore. I mean there's an infrastructure of tech. That doesn't just support our podcasts. In our communications in videos you know it's businesses. It supports you know people being able to email their mom And you're gonna start seeing just like they're trying to create vaccine refugees who are unwilling to get vaccinated with an experimental technology. You're gonna start seeing descent. Refugees who are singled out. And you're asking me. How is this happening. Why are americans not up in arms. I can tell you that. Because i get these emails every day when i got t platform food twitter. I got so many emails from from respectable journalists. Saying i support you. I'm so sorry this happened to you. And when i said okay will you please say that publicly. They're like i can't. I'm afraid they'll d platform me or when it comes to my reporting on lockdowns and on vaccines on all the things we're dealing with his medical tyranny i get journalists saying i really respect what you're doing then what i'm like. What will you report on. They're like no. I have a mortgage. I have children so hey look you should send them a coward t-shirt honestly because i wrote a book about germany in the thirties. Ladies and gentlemen if you do not speak up. Let's be really clear you're part of the problem when you say i can't do it because of this this and this let's be clear you are part of the problem. Don't pretend it's like the nazis saying well. I blew the brains out of the elderly jewish woman. Because i was just taking orders. I had to do it. You didn't have to do it. There was a price to pay if he didn't do it. You were unwilling to pay the price. I can't believe naomi that. I'm saying that this is where we are when i talk to people all the time and they just act like. If i was alive at that time i would have stood up to the nazis. I would've said well you're live now and you're doing anything. You're not posting publicly about it. You're not standing in solidarity. You're part of the problem. And will you wake up when it's too late. Like people like niemoeller martin niemoeller who was with the nazis and then suddenly he woke up but it was too late by the time he woke up and was game over. Yeah exactly. I mean you're a thousand percent right and you know better than most people. How historically relevant that time isn't how quickly it takes six months six months from now. You know when when when they say they're deploying you know volunteers to knock on your door. I've seen those contracts. I often mentioned my husband's a p. I've seen those contracts for who those people are. They're not volunteers. They're going to be paid thirty dollars an hour. They're they're harvesting data and you know some of them have like really scary backgrounds right. They're not people. You wanna have knocking on your door. They're they're to get information. There's public resistance to vaccine passports. So they are going to create a digital database. Come heller high water by knocking on your door talking to your neighbors know a costing your kids. When they says wives you can have a gun folks. Honestly you should never let anyone on your property like this threaten them because this is where we are today. Do not play along. These people are the enemies of your children and the enemies of freedom. And if you don't stand up it is on you. Just saying we'll be right back talking to naomi wolf. Don't go away out either folks. We're talking the only wolf naomi. we're talking about some heavy stuff here. I guess. I want to go back to this idea that the reason one of the reasons that i'm a conservative is not because i agree with every conservative person but i think many of us have kinda smelled this in the wind that this is where things are going and when people talk about You know american values or whatever the question is do they really mean it or the moment they can change. Course they'll change course. And i and i think that that's kind of where we are not just with the democrats but with you know. What would i call rhinos..

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"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It is today. It's an all yale panel. Uh-huh eric metaxas four. Naomi wolf class of eighty four. John's mirror at class of eighty six. I think yeah and and then monday y'all ass of a class of like i don't know five minutes ago but i the idea that in spite of the marxist indoctrination and cultural pressure at a place like yale yeah nonetheless people could escape the system or gulag as it. Were and be free thinkers. It's an extraordinary thing so in a couple of minutes we're talking to naomi wolf. She's the one. I blame her for us. Getting kicked off of youtube. Oh that was right. She blames me for getting me kicked off so we're gonna talk to her about that but i'm not kidding. She's the reason sort of you'll see yeah and Which means that a feather in her cap and and then we got some your act but we gotta talk about a number of things here. Okay first of all. I want to say where. I'm going to be going tomorrow and the next couple of weeks. I'm traveling a lot these days. You are but i'm getting paid less because whenever you have a book coming out you lower your your fee because you you wanted you know you want to promote the book. So i have is atheism. Dead is is coming out. So i'm just travelling constantly and if you wanna know where i will be You could just call my parents. Actually they don't know nobody knows you have.

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"naomi" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Megan kelly. after. Megan slammed naomi's magazine covers so megan. Kelly responded to a tweet that sports commentator clay travis wrote that said she was too introverted to talk to the media after tennis matches but she has launched a reality show barbie and now on the cover of sports illustrated then. Megan kelly replied. Let's not forget the cover of vogue japan and time magazine to naomi. Osaka responded in a now deleted tweets that she shot the cover photos before going public about her struggles with mental health. Naomi also went on to say to megan thing that you're a journalist. I would've assumed you would take time to research. What the lead. Times are for magazines. I shot my covers last year. Then megan wrote back mocking. Naomi claiming she blocked her and tweeted. Guess she's only tough on the courts. Meghan kelly is a racist. Every body she talked about is black hail. She's a racist man. It's always a minority of somebody. you know. Stay imo over on fox though all all over them and they all can miss me tucker carlson. Yes she lands. Nbc's she she got up over there. Halls i let go because of her. Yeah yeah but it worked out for tampering hall because wrong with her who megan kelly. Well she always talking was it always. Is she trying to be relevant. You know what. I what..

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"naomi" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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"naomi" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

08:18 min | 5 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Happy to be here absolutely. You are both Much more tennis people than i am. So i'm to hear what you think about this series which is on netflix. There's a good chance that You know who is if you don't the kind of bio basics are these. She was born in japan. Her mother is japanese and her father is haitian. The family moved to new york when she was a toddler. Her dad had her playing tennis when she was three. She won her first grand slam at the us open in twenty eighteen daisy. I'm going to ask you as a big tennis fan. How do you situate mayumi asaka as a tennis player as of right now how does she sort of fit into tennis world. Naomi is a younger player. Who is just fantastic to watch. I mean she's just the person. I've been rooting for these last few years. Even as i also route four serena to break her records But naomi is just one of those people that i can't help but root for and i feel stressed out when she plays other players that i like specifically because i just find myself rooting for her ability. I mean she really didn't come out of nowhere per se but it was one of those things where people really noticed what her skills were because she won the us open right and just immediately became the exciting player to watch. She's got a lot of power and that you notice that when you're watching i've unfortunately never gotten to see as much tennis live as i would like but it really comes through on the television which i don't think is true of everybody that you're watching her power. Her strength really comes through but she's young and she is very shy. I mean we'll get into more of what we learn about that in the documentary itself. But i don't anybody. Even pre documentary or pre the announcements about wimbledon or any of that would have labeled her as someone who is known for being outgoing so her reserve. Nece her quietness. Her general. Shyness is part of what we've come to know about her as a player as well. Joe what are your sort of basic naomi. osaka baseline thoughts two thousand eighteen. us open. When she beat serena williams she gets her first grand slam title. And that's i think when most sort of mainstream sports fans get to know who she is but she had been up coming for a while there throughout her teen years especially. She was a very of promising player but a lot of her narrative as it is with many tennis players especially the younger tennis players are her mentality. Was she going to be able to absorb versity in big matches and things like that and she was always a player that was incredibly. Her game has beautiful to watch. And i think one of the things that this documentary does really well is sound design and best when they show her matches and you can hear just the power of the shots and the precision of of where she strikes. The ball is really really fantastic. But as you're watching her career early on if you watch tennis for any length of time there are always these players who are up and coming. And it's like cam. They hit that next level and with naomi it was always like is she going to be able to sort of withstand the mental pressures that it takes to be an elite person in this sport and the fact that she was able to. Not only like beat serena williams in that big big match and then win three further grand slams and this past us open. I thought especially with everything that was going on which is depicted in the documentary with you know her activism in the black lives matter movement and also the fact that it was a pandemic. Us open with no fans and so much else going on she was so poised and so tough. Sort of like mentally tough. Which is the thing that you'll hear tennis announcers. I can hear. John mcenroe's voice in my head when i say something mentally tough but like it's true and she's the feeling that i have watching her plane now and the confidence that she plays with is like it's really really something and i think one of the things that the documentary does very well is. If you've been especially for somebody like muse watching tennis all time to track her journey from this sort of like she still very soft spoken introverted. And that's a lot big part of her narrative but it's also the fact that she has been able to sort of take the reins of being an elite player and is doing something with it and stumbles and there are there ways where she still feels unsure of herself but it makes her really really easy to root for in a way of like. I find her thrilling to watch them that way. One of the things about a sports documentaries. Always how much time are you gonna spend. Just watching people play a sport because if you wanted to watch a tennis match you would watch tennis match and a lot of people have seen a lot of tennis and a lot of people are not going to necessarily take away too much from long uninterrupted tennessee. So i think it's very well edited. We should mention the director of this is garrett bradley who directed time which was nominated for an oscar earlier this year. I think it's very well assembled to bring home. The tennis has sort of an activity that she is doing without. Just kind of reproducing. What it's like to watch tennis on television. I would definitely agree with that. I mean coming out of watching it. I was thinking to myself. Look if you don't know much about tennis at all but you're maybe intrigued by this person. You're not gonna come out of this knowing a lot about tennis by any means but in great way they give you enough context understand why she is good or where you're supposed to be seeing her struggle in the moments were they're showcasing that. Yeah but they do not go out of their way to be like well. Tennis is a sport where blah blah. You know it's not at all right. Do also make sure that the scenes that we do see of her playing tennis the clips that we do have from major tournaments are really compelling and set up in a way so that you understand the stakes and they're good. I think it using announcer audio a little bit to provide context. What's going on. There's a moment when she's fallen behind by a set. Yes and they begin to talk about how unusual it is for anybody to come back in that situation. And so they're very kind of wisely taking just a snippet of the announcer to essentially act as a narrator in the documentary to give you the context of you know. Here's how up against the wall. She is in that kind of circumstance. Yeah one of the things that the documentary. I think does sort of impress upon you about tennis. Sport is what a solitary sport it is and because of that. I think it's really lends itself very well to narrative. When i'm playing i have like a robot mind keep you basically punching in and punching out but you're punching in is winning the match i feel like you have to be mentally strong to play tenets because tennis is a solo sport. You're kind of by yourself in team sports. There are a lot of moving parts. There's teammates you know. Tom brady can have a bad day but his teammates might be able to make up for it and the patriots still win that kind of thing whereas in tennis because it's so solitary to the point where lake they don't allow coaching on. And that was a big aspect of this serena williams match. That was so controversial right. What's the issue at stake was was getting illegal coaching. And so it's like you are so so so much on your own and they sort of talks about in the documentary and she says she plays on instinct. I thought that was a really interesting moment. Where she says that her style of tennis is very very much instinctual and so the mental stuff makes it all the more important because she's really just acting in the moment and so because in tennis you are so much sort of by yourself in in your head in in your own moments. It lends itself to a narrative. You know it's it's not only just her game but it's like it's naomi's though sack as a person is sort of on the line every single match and i think that's the thing that you see really weighs on her where it's like now. She's in this elite level. And it's just like unless i can be as like you know mentally tough dominant as serena williams positively. The greatest athlete has ever lived. And it's like. I'm falling short of.

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"naomi" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Really good tweet from a woman named hannah wilkes. He said fun fact about depression and anxiety for this never suffered the times when it's most urgently necessary to ask for help support respite the time when you need it the most of the times when you're least capable of communicating. What you need. And so. I'm hesitant to say this. Is naomi osaka fault for not being as articulate as she should have been the first time around. I do feel like if everybody had talked to each other. If the grand slams if the french open if they had been able to have like a genuine exchange views and ideas rather than this being expressed through like images of notes on twitter than maybe. This could have all gone differently. But i do. I do feel like the conversation that came out of. This was as a result of what osaka sat original. I agree with you on that. And i don't want to blame naomi osaka here for her statement for the reasons. Some the reasons you just start but what struck me is that. This is the wealthiest most successful women's athlete on the planet. She has a retinue of people working with her And it blows my mind that that this happened at all. I mean yes. Athletes now have much more agency and personal ability to say what they wanna say on social media but it seems clear to me that nobody her agent or coaches for corporate sponsors. Nobody was involved in that first statement which read like it was fast off on instagram. and nobody. this probably shouldn't have been naomi osaka asakusa job the painted the potential for blowback and not just the fact of the blowback but how the blowback might affect her emotionally. And you know. We did hear from the french open. Say that they reach out to osaka and presumably. That means her people after that first statement and got no response to try to discuss this. Because you know it's so obvious here that even after even if you feel like the first statement was intemperate and too broad and too accusatory into general. There was room here to try to figure something out and weather. Osaka and her team tried to do that with the french open. Is you know it seems like they didn't and according to the french open they didn't but it seems like there was room for accommodation here. As you said josh if people had communicated before this blew up and now yes it is exploded into something that it wasn't supposed to or feels like that. It should be about whether athletes should talk to reporters. That seems to be the red herring that everyone is going to focus on as result of osaka saying that she does have these mental health issues and needs to step away to deal with them. I don't think that anybody would have begrudged her in the first place if she had said you know what i don't want to do this i need some time off. I need some time off from this. If the second statement have been the first statement. I don't think that would have been much controversy about this at all. Do you think that she said okay. I need some time off. Like i've been dealing with depression. This is really difficult for me. I think we've kind of come a long way in a short amount of time like on this sort of stuff right like obviously like somebody like ricky williams didn't get opportunity in this atmosphere a green tea. A jennifer capriati people notable athletes in our lifetime. Who have dealt with mental health issues and had to sort of work around that. Like naomi has gotten a lot more sympathy for that and i do think that people would have been much more willing to accept her grace under these circumstances. But i find it interesting. You said that stuff in her teen maybe they should have got to think about. Is that those people work for her right. And so she some control of her career and so it's just it is possible that they couldn't they couldn't stop her from making that first statement and then after the statement and then with those other grand slams came out with a sort of a very heavy handed statement in response then they had to bring it in really back in and i wonder i wonder if this is all speculation right but i do wonder if she handled it. That'll her own in the first place and then in between there was a lot of talking and navigating the environment after that. So i'm going to list a bunch of different stuff about mary asaka and then maybe we can talk about it afterwards. And this is an incomplete list of the things that are really notable on interesting and important about her. Joel you mentioned the two thousand eighteen. Us open her. First grand slam win came and the like kind of biggest crucible. Ever in modern tennis with serena williams getting into that conflict with the chair umpire and the crowd. Booing booing doesn't really do justice. But it was just the most kind of intense possible environment and the least celebratory environment possible for ones like maiden grand slam title you also have her being representing japan internationally but also being hetian and being this sort of Representative for all different sorts of people. And that's like a mantle that she's worn really proudly but it's also like a weight that she carries on the other hand the fact that she is Japanese in particular. I think has lettered these enormous and norseman deals and made her one of the highest paid athletes in the world..

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"naomi" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

07:55 min | 6 months ago

"naomi" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Josh. Levin slates national editor. This hang up and listen for the week of may thirty first two thousand and twenty one first two thousand twenty one. The week of may thirty first two thousand twenty one on this week show. We're gonna talk about naomi. Osaka withdrawal from the french open and what that episode reveals about athletes mental health and athletes and the press also discussed the fate of atrocious fan behavior in nba arenas and rebecca shuman will join us to talk about simone. Biles latest feats of gymnastics excellence and whether international sport a crats are out to get her. I'm in washington. Dc and the author of queen host of slow-burn season. Four david duke. Also in dc back in our leading arms after two weeks away stephan fats us author of the books word. Freak and panic. Hello stephan page all. It's gonna be a double dose of sport. Acquatic behavior got the tennis and gymnastics. So i'm josh. That's joel by the way i hadn't been introduced yet. But that's fine. It's stephens getting back jonah. You just getting. you're just getting your ceiling hosting you know. Threw me off. Yeah that's what we're trying to do to the listeners to actual panel. But it's good to know that we've good misdirection. We're all friends here Joel anderson host of the upcoming slower and season six and the host of slow-burn season three anti is on the west coast and a slate staff writer. Just going to throw things in in a random order because a lot of things. Yeah you went with six three normally but again. It's all all in service of keeping people off their feet. So that's i'm with if i Listeners slow-burn season six. I am. I going to be confused. If i haven't listened to slow-burn season season three. It'll probably be really difficult. Because i think if you go to the slow burn feed. There's nothing from slow-burn six yet. But but you never know you have to give it a shot. I'm still trying to catch up on podcast right now. So you just never know. Maybe she should go to the feed. Anyway if you're listening to this and see what's there and listen to it just just to see season five now last wednesday naomi. Osaka said she wouldn't attend postmatch. News conferences at the french. Open writing on instagram. That i'm just not going to subject myself to people that doubt me on sunday. She won her opening match and kept her word. The french open find. Her and tennis officials threatened to kick her out of this and future events and then on monday asaka withdrew from the tournament. She said she had suffered long bouts of depression since winning her first major in two thousand eighteen and would now take some time away from the court. Joel there's a lot to discuss about. The events of the last few days from athlete mental health as josh said in the intro to news conferences at big sports events to the treatment of black and women athletes the way athletes express grievances on the way that sports authorities respond to them. But i want to start here with the observation. That is pretty banal. But i think encapsulates all of this. This whole episode just feels so profoundly sad and also so utterly avoidable. Yes i think you know first and foremost like everybody. I hope that now asakusa okay and on the road to getting better getting healthier and getting the help that she needs at this point. You'd have to say this seems to be much more about her health than media access. Post-match press conferences so clearly tennis can wait for another day. And i should stay right up front. I think people know this if they listen to the show regularly that. I'm not much of a tennis fan. i'm not. I rarely watch it. With the notable exceptions of serena naomi and like a lot of black americans who sort of culturally removed from the country club sports. I've developed a rooting interest in their success. In it's hard that the sound of little paternal. When i say this but she's young and i've always sort of worried about her because she's always seemed a little nervous a little gloomy in the spotlight right like it was a chore for her and so yeah it was just sort of hard to not want to wrap my arms around her after the two thousand eighteen. Us open when she beat serena williams and started to cry. Because i think everybody's sort of wanted to see serena win a major and she denied her soon. It was like a lot of young tennis players. Sooner was her idol of chief. Up a little. Guilty for denying serena in that moment so yeah. I felt like a really close to her. I wanted to. Oh man. I just want to hug little niamey right. I'll say it helps a little bit. That actually looks like one of my friend's daughters but that's neither here nor there. But i think what makes the most sense to me here is that we take naomi osaka at her word. So if answering postgame press conference questions fuels are herself doubt in mental health issues. This she should take whatever measures are appropriate. And i guess though. I don't understand how they morphed into a larger about the utility these press conferences. She said it was a problem. She didn't say that she'd been in conversation with the tennis players about this particular issue. It hasn't been a concern echoed by other major tennis figures at this moment. At least so i think because people don't like the press particularly the sports press particularly the european sports in his previous treatment of black female athletes. That's how this conversation has taken off so it's like is it okay to just say that this is naomi's issue leave it therefore moment so i'm i'm with you. On thinking that naomi osaka hs health and wellbeing is at the forefront and should be made here but the reason that the conversation went the places a dead was because in her original statement explaining that she wasn't doing press osaka did use the first person plural. She talked about athletes. Collectively were often sat here. And ask questions that we've been asked multiple times before or ask questions bring down into our minds. i'm just not going to subject myself to people. The doubt me she also talked about. Press conference is In terms of less about mental health unless about awkward stuff. And more in that initial statement about on-court situations in about how they affected her ability to win matches and so the kind of re response that came was from the press. Saying you're obligated to do this. Stop complaining stop whining. But i thought interestingly from her fellow players talking about not being critical of osaka hang it in less kind of harsh terms. This is an obligation. We do this win or lose. And there's this kind of cliche joel right about what it means to be a sport like you should shake your opponents hand after a match and it was kind of i think discussed in those terms like if you win you should talk about it and be a good sport and you know on a your opponent everything but also if you lose you have the grace to appear in front of the press and answer questions and whether it's being tough for whether it's being honorable or polite or whatever kind of values that these are these are the things that we should expect of whether there are athletes. Are you know things that were taught as we're kids. And so that's kind of how it started off. And in the second statement steph n where. She talked about being depressed since two thousand and eighteen and when she talked about things in a much more kind of person and intense personal way i think the conversation and then shifted and you know i thought there was a there was a really good tweet from a woman named hannah wilkes. He said fun fact about depression and anxiety for this never suffered the times when it's most urgently necessary to ask for help.

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Joe, science or. Jekyll Jack and his brothers about the time they were carried away to Babylon and after they were brought to Babylon Jack and I have begun shields he'll, and she'll. She'll be the ruble's ruble. We got a by it and if I had begun liken and he got a sore Nasar because they. A combination can be elude. Alienates really is, begun, Mason. Jacob Jacob, Joseph the husband of Mary of whom was born Jesus who is called Christ. David. And Solomon. And Joseph. and Jesus. Individuals in the lineage. Of Ruth all because. All because God. And ultimately. Naomi. We're willing to go through the dark times. To look for something. To look for something. And in our lives, sometimes those dark times lead us into. The Bright Times. Sometimes we have to go through those dark times. To reach. The whole. In Ruth's case, the hope of humanity. Case. The hoven priced that we all can share. We each have an opportunity. We have an opportunity to carry through those dark times to continue in them into live our lives. In those situations and be transformed by them. But the Lord calls us out of darkness into his marvelous. Light. Out of the curse of this world. And into the hope of everlasting. Everlasting. Life. Everlasting communion with God. And though the sufferings of this time can be difficult. Paul would say they don't compare to the whole of that awaits. If you don't have possession of that whole that hope is not in you. If you need to make your life right with God. It's a responsibility, each of us has and is it difficult thing? To make your life right with God. When things are going wrong. But sometimes. That's what makes them right. Sometimes, it's overcoming those difficulties. That gives us a chance to make our lives Bechtel. If you have need of the Lord's invitation tonight. And you want to carry on. Like Ruth like Naomi through the bitter times and we can help you can be your roof. We can help you through these things that are happening to you because they happen to all of us. Don't tell yourself that that you are not as bad office Naomi perhaps you're not in your perspective. But you could be. In a bad place, and if we can help, we'd like to. Whatever you need I prayed you would let it be known as together we stand..

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"When Naomi remains faithful there is something greater that God has for her in the end. and. Though we find our days. We find dark times. We find situations. We find ourselves in situations that seem like there is no hope. There is nothing to look forward to. Like every, turn turns in to. Turn. Again. We must remain faithful that God knows how to deal with these things and God is bringing us through. These dark days are different. But if we do. The Lord has a reward awaiting on the other side. And that's the promise that God in. Christ makes teaching everyone of us. He makes us because we need that promise because we need that reassurance. And when the days are dark, we need that reassurance from one another. We need a roof the stand beside us to clean to us even when the leaves. We need someone to help us to carry on. Even when things are going horribly. And God is there for US And so is our family. And we're going to continue. Looking forward. As we talk about Ruth and we talk about Boas and we talk about the relationship that develops and Naomi situation here and how it is going to change and how it's going to grow. But. Like every good story Naomi's begins. With some really bad news, but it becomes something more something greater so much so. That she actually brings an individual into the line. Ruth probably sounds familiar to you.

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