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"piketty" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"piketty" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"piketty" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"piketty" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Do it out on his part. I'll keep talking about all his party. So he went to this kevin johnson. I mean yeah. That's what i say. The killers not carry out the person. Only one person stopped. that's aging nobody else. I found some other. Tv starting role here and then a joyce man came while you talking to pipe. Piketty trip is the. I'm gonna joyce on this. I'm going to tell you but that's my call all. Alright alright. We going out to seattle washington. Mister he moved the horse. Mr the baby. Yo yo yo what's up. Tv on I'm going down near dubois I like joe joyce to He has a steady pace really. Think he's slow slow. I just think he has a steady pace. He keeps on. He looked pretty good. Aren't you sick. Fight amateurs Scum be a good fight. But i really love dan. You bars job. I've seen it. And i think he knows how to tear people down a little bit and you. He get.

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"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

06:51 min | 8 months ago

"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Could Shift democracies in this way I, mean I'm instinctively skeptical. I think when I spoke to him back that I inclined towards the pessimistic story. If you take out of it, it's really hard to see how democracies do this. But do you think we? Few months about how could be a shift. I think the Patriots very clear that it's reduced inequality in the twentieth century bucks in the media after the first World War then for prolonged period after the second will. I'm. Somewhat. Skeptical. Of the possibilities of anything that isn't wall playing that role having said that I don't think this is come out more clearly during this present crisis there is clearly a wide on the left in particular of thinking about green new deal politics very much sees the green you deal as an engine for kind of radical economic political in some sense social transformation that if you declare on fossil fuels and you say that we have. Entirely, to revolutionize the way in which we produce and use energy that you are creating a sufficiently monumental economic task, perhaps comparable to reconstruction after a wall that it will necessarily involve changing the economic structure of society in ways that my wildly to less inequality and partly will do so because it will create once again, demand for large scale manufacturing activity in Western economies in terms of what's needed for the energy transformation to tight place. Then, and we talked about this last week with Hansen Lou. Chair. In the pickety version of this, it was clear when we spoke to him in two thousand seventeen, a lot of hope is invested in. Ideas of European solidarity and things that we talked about on this podcast neutralization of debt and the possibility of other forms of collective you're political action. picked. He has been a very vocal advocate of certain kinds of European context, quite radical institutional reforms tool to most centralized European project. We talked about it last week we. The jury is still out the current crisis, the covid crisis unlike anything that happened between twenty seventeen and now. Has Begun to move Europe potentially in that direction. Do you think in pick these terms this crisis at least if it's not crisis that will. Allow. US to tackling quality. Could be crisis that allows Europe to. The dress. It's fundamental question of what engenders solidarity. If you ask this question at the fairly General Evelyn say has a significant shift taking place as a result of the covered crisis in the answer is yes. Because clearly the beginning of March than medical and others would that sense against any idea that they could be common. European foreign in which all member states released on member states in the euro zone would benefit. On that, they could do. So in ways that didn't involve them than repaying from their revenues that data some point in the future. I think if you ask the question, if you have debt, what kind of solidarity political solidarity sustains that debt debt has ultimately to be sustained even in the age of Qa by taxes than we don't see any change whatsoever in terms of European solidarity because the European Union recovery plan is a plan for the commission. To borrow in the US names, but it doesn't introduce any. New Taxes on E. citizens in order to sustain that on in order for that to be I think meaningful solidarity where debt is concerned, you have to see meaningful taxes on the one tax that the US committed to introduce on prostate bags that way think in God's scheme of things that really counts as a tax shows that now European citizens are willing to share fiscal burdens together. I. Think it's bad. Say in putting words into his mouth, but it's on the original interview that full pickety. The has to be institutional reform to you can't just do this by kind of patching it up, and we haven't seen in the last few months really anything by way of institutional reform has all been full of patching it up. People have been surprised by politicians have been able to achieve. But. I think this is also true and pick he's accountable. The. Why question of how democracies tackle inequality there are policies and he thinks policies fatty clear. and. There are circumstances in which it's possible. For these policies to be enacted. But if you want to get away from the central contingency that we started with that, it's all kind of accident you just have to hope the. Stars aligned. You need institutional reform to and I say this on this book but one of the things that strikes me about democratic politics is. Extraordinarily, adapt at adjusting to contingencies but stable democracies a really bad really bad that institutional reform and we haven't seen any of that. So that part of the big project seems to me is still as far office is either. Yeah Day you could say what happened with you a recovery fund is sort of doubling down on the idea that institution reforming side difficult in the EU that it should be tried longer particularly when that involves anything to do with treaties, because this recovery fund is going to run through the existing architecture off the EU budget is primarily designed for European countries, but it's mixing up the institutional question of the EU structures. The eurozone's institutional structures precisely because the idea of reform institutional structures site politically difficult. That was the last of the summer's look back at our archive. You can find our whole archive wherever you get. This podcast I think there are lots of interesting episodes from interesting point in the last few years and we'll be doing a bit more of this. But we're going to get back to what we usually do, which is regular conversations with interesting people about what's going on. Now next week, we're talking to Nerina hurts about loneliness in the twenty first century and what it means for politics that we are such lonely so Coming up, we also have conversation with Jill Lepore. About America democracy and the truth. And we'll be coming back to British politics, and of course, we're going to be talking about the American presidential election. There's lots to come. There's lots to talk about the join us for all of it. My Name is David. Brunson and we've been talking politics..

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"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

07:24 min | 8 months ago

"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

"So much hyphen to begin with. It's only really the recovery fund is allowed him to get back into some kind of aligns with the German government about irony came after he had effectively lead the confrontation of southern European governments in the early stages of the pandemic crisis against the German position. In that sense, he was out by the German Constitutional Court decision the impact of that had within internal. German. Politics but on these other questions whether that they China Eastern Mediterranean even with Turkey he has achieved his position further away I think the thing that would really make a difference in terms of anyone from either the Socialist Party of the Republican Party being President Francis that would've left the French party system not intact because I think it was a considerable trouble long before Michael came in the same, but it would have been enlisted full intact. What we saw with micro winning the presidency was essentially the injection of charismatic personality politics into. French presidential politics in a way that blue par the party system I mean that's the reality of the fact that neither the two main parties could get a candidate into the second round. It had happened before back in two thousand and two. I think it was the socialist haven't managed to get a candidate into the second round but not both parties, and then what we see is that macron's created this in one sense party actually much more like a movement, a personal movement that was able to win a majority in French legislature. Were the significant things that's happened during the lockdown period I? Think it was in my. Or Marsh lost its absolute majority in the lower house because various members of the French parliament defected. These were people who are on the left those one of them I. Think I saw quoted saying something like I'm a leftist I must leave Walmart cannot be in his party any longer because it just was lots more to be a leftist now in March. So actually macro doesn't have even in his own terms majority in the French National Assembly, the Lower House of the French, National Assembly, even for this personal movement which he effectively assembled, which in itself was destructive of the French. Party system. Now I think I think I've said before here I'm not sure that you can say that back on. Destroyed the French body system as side, which occupied a space that was being left open by the fighting's of the two main parties. But I think the times we underestimate just what a distinctive politician macron has been in this disruption because he's done it from outside one of the established parties much more personalized even I would say much more personalized. The trump presidency is in what he's injected into French politics. The universe about little things but it was partly a reaction against macron's perceived technocratic Metropolitan Elif arrogant affluent. Persona and the people around him at least as much. The people around him this sort of cutoff elite. Because, he's not conservative among many other things. This isn't the cultural as such, but in knows cultural times microwave clearly on the other side from people who are angry and we are living in rural France and have a very different outlook. Again another impossible question. Narnia Hick feel he was brought down by obsolete sort of insider establishment scandal. He was siphoning money off to pains wife. But could a more conservative politician? D think genuinely conservative politician seen off any of that, and this is a question for the feature fronts as well for the mainstream parties or has that ground being seated to still to marina panel her equivalent on the right? He think a space exists for someone who could. The Elvis by sounding like he or she understood them. A mainstream politician I think that this is indeed very hard question. What I was listening to petit again, I was struck by how many times. He referred back really to the problems that the EU treaties had coolest in French politics because after all it was the French Electric Voting Nine, two, thousand, and five to the constitutional treaty that set various things in motion including difficulties in France then came with. This been treating the divisions. Within the Socialist Party. I think that story which wasn't picked. He was telling in which economic policy choices macroeconomic policy choices in particular but not only macroeconomic policy choices were taken out of democratic politics took a particular shape in France and that macron's sort of blowing apart the party system coming to power on the back of personal moving was amendment whereby French politics was giving an answer to its problems within the euro that says, we cannot carry on without policy system as it is. Do what is necessary in order for France to count within the euro zone? It is important to remember the macron's aspirational slave and during that campaign was I'm GonNa. Take. Fronts back Francis Bag. That's the message that he wanted to convey. So if you think that actually it was possible within the battery, the two main parties had taken for someone to come to that position with any hope whatsoever of success and I think that somebody who was more conservative on the center-right side could achieve things that macron achieved would be. Spirit venues conclusion to draw. I, think there is something about the way in which macron is personality in itself on the fact that he's running a cult of personality presidency is particularly provocative. To concept people who at least initially constituted the. Protesters representative of France they are at least comfortable with in some sense on the. Film was down because basically a corruption scandal and that a problem for not just the French political class but across Western democracies to the politicians have enriched themselves. Conversation with. Big Data touched on the very big themes of his works. It's not just about Franz it's not just about. Happened in the last few years. Is But coupling twenty-first-century and I Talked to him and it has an optimistic and pessimistic reading of the relationship between inequality in democracy democracy can deal with inequality but it takes. Radio. Crisis will shift social political. Economic. Challenge. It's not inherent democratic politics to be able to do this. It needs a jolt. So, the no one could have nine then the kinds of jokes that we've had recently, but particularly covert but also there's a possibility and we could own it by then climate might play that role 'cause in the twentieth century, the role is played by war. So if you take wore out of it. Do you think even in the last few months that we have any sense that some of the crises of climate ole related to things like global public health..

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"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

07:02 min | 8 months ago

"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

"London in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, conference was postponed. You sure it was what consoled. Decided was okay. We will talk again about. After German unification and indeed nine, hundred, ninety one, the issue was brought up again, and the decision was made to concentrate completely because in fact, there was no indication on inflation Najji 993 says Yemen's well. Ridiculously. That now I think at the end of the day this is what should happen and this is what will happen with part of a Greek. That and generally associate on European bobby did a country like Italy right now. is putting four percent of GDP in interest payment tweets, own run tears because he's mostly diversity that and revel of the eurozone or data domestic. So we can. We can do what we want, and that is being focused on GDP in interest payment. Its own RENTA's whereas total budget of its entire education system is less than one percent of GDP, which is the best way to prevail shooter into as a alleged could the innovation economic future you know of course, we should sounds officers so so At some point I sink common sense should prevail for these we need in particular France and Germany, and Italy and Spain. The political reforms euro-zone with euro-zone. Democratic Assembly be able to build the democratic legitimacy to tech this difficult decision. About. Public debt. Restructuring. Common. Tax On cooperation. What makes me optimistic at the end of the day is busy attachment of public opinion. To the European is your in Germany and France also injured in Spanish metro girls in which it was in in Britain. And I think in this is this would predate. Talking politics is brought in partnership with the London review of books. So, how do we both listen back to the interview I think it is genuinely fascinating to hear. People trying to make sense of things in real time. Some of it feels pretty dated as a kind of passion around Democratic Poltics WHO's up who's down, which fades quite quickly and yet the big puzzle is still in many ways the puzzle, which is what does mackerels presidency mean and Tom Pickety he's trying to grapple with the idea that this man who was once in some sense of the left was clearly now back then emerging as some different kind of politician not easy to place on a left right spectrum but he hadn't done anything that point he hadn't even one that point he was just about to win. Do you think we know now. We have a better idea where you would place macro on the left right spectrum. Yeah I mean I think that if we look at it in terms of French domestic politics than he became pretty quickly, really a president of the the centre-right he wanted someone from the centre-right today, his first prime minister this vision surprise anybody because he had made the centerpiece of his domestic economic stance that fronts had to do certain reforms in particular its budget deficit would go back under three percent again. On it was exciting reform agenda that French politicians of the center had been trying since the nineteen nineties indeed to some extent macron was in Orleans government that the centre-left once they've been powerful user ended up doing that pattern weather center left president came in promising to be radical in them retreated into something that was much more familiar to the center was that we made wanted was repeated with on. I think that microns presidency played out in economic terms as motive expected I think that what will be harder to imagined back then was quite how the opposition to Americans presidency was going to manifest itself in particular the Joe Movement as a reaction against Micron and I think they really interesting question is, could we have predicted that macron's hold tension and was going to get diverted from these questions into trying to be a geopolitical president which is basically what he spent. The last year will at least trying to much more concerned now certainly before they covered crisis with. The European. Union's geopolitical orientation rather than with reforming the years are now obviously with the recovery fund, he's GonNa be back in two years reform buried. But is media attention at the moment is not in the euro zone it's in what's going on the east. Mediterranean. With Turk in Libya he has become a precedent preoccupied with the geopolitical and with Lebanon as well. One thing I was taken with listening back to pickety was I might do remember this is just you have to hear it to really be reminded of it just high contingent macron's rise was because this option then was feeling the candidate of the mainstream centre-right. So someone who would have been a president maybe in some respects, not that dissimilar for Michael Center right president. was probably heading victory probably, and then was undone by scandal is still playing out. The legal ramifications of his having employed and then paid his wife still working my way through the French legal and political system. But my there was nothing predetermined about Matt Krohn becoming President of Franz to say feel had once had been A. Identities right word for a conventional center right politician rather than some center-left petition it morphed into a movement politician and then became a centre-right politician. Would French politics be very different do you think is possible question to answer but? The thing that distinguished film from Announcement of situating macaser as a centre-right politician which I do think few ways is that film was trying to inject some conservatism back into centre-right French politics. Remember he not been the favourite to become the the center right's candidate he was really seen I think to begin with. The to do pile. Sarkozy. As I recall and he was really quite interested in the religious conservative questioned why which micron oilfields rivals on the centre-right on the Republican side weren't. So I don't think that I feel presidency would be like a a macro presidency I think feel would also have invested as much hype as my wounded in the early months of his presidency in trying to reset Franco German relations around euro-zone before I. think that in that respect fail mightily more concerned about the geopolitical issues from the beginning because what's interesting? About Michael nist respect is the more geopolitical. He has gone the more. He's taken himself away from merckel access that he was investing..

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"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

10:10 min | 8 months ago

"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

"This time. Yes. But in the end, this was. As a Socialist Party. Also, in the don't show is more radical candidate twenty percent in ammonia experiment. Tactical consideration, of course played role. So more was also the victim of sort of a double tactical virtues of people to the center of thought macos mortars alleged. In the in the middle. It's a complicated towards system. If it had been a parliamentary action with proportional representation I, it would have been very different because then probably you would have had fifteen percents associates about fifteen percent. McCone fifteen percent foam. They've been much more balanced but when you have this is to run the next year and then you want to make to run. As you know there is a self fulfilling mechanics surfer between poles and actual voting behavior won't some polls show that come to date is footing behind with the continentals in. Russia the. Russia's easy to look at the end of the day we have focused on dates between twenty and twenty four. So. This is clearly a function of the vote in the top four contenders, which is something we we never had such as plead vote. In the end if you look into of political ideology at structure off the first round of the election, I would say you have. An rated split into three big component. You know the Nationalist Component, which is Lapan Dupont in your of fjords about when serves avert thirty percent when. You have a more lists affair or pro-business. Some would say nearly bureau avert, which is Rod Malcolm part of fear which is a mode sati best lives avert. You put together meanwhile shine and mourns tools earth small left-wing candidates. You are about thirty percent of the vote I mean there there's a lot of difference within each of these three groups, but basically you ever. Nationalism Liberalism, and socialism if you wish we want to big. Political categories which are well represented. So we have an electorate. That is wondering like offers about our to regulate capitalism, and so you know liberalism is a response nationalism reaction. Socialism isn't is another form of reaction, more peaceful, more democratic nationalism, but it's difficult to invent new forms of socialism mocking your collective regulation of capitalism and infront like inbreeding like in other countries. In a to to today divers this new platforms. Looked at from the outside, you might assume that as As you famously documented the rising levels of inequality across within nations, but you see the same phenomenon everywhere. Would make an equality, a driver of politics as well in the way that we might expect, which is to make redistribution and politicians advocating redistribution more popular. And it hasn't come out like that and we're seeing that here too as you say that the progressives have become the welfare and better educated. And the nationalists and the angriest voters in many ways are not pushing for redistribution. Why why is inequality north more central to our politics having these effects, these kind of secondary effects. But why is it not having a more direct primary fact as the dividing line? I, think that unfortunately ethnic division, a nationalist division, how sort of taking over the class based division basically, but it could challenge you know this is not something it's not as if we are stuck in this situation five but I think this is the recent need to rethink the conditions under which class-based vertical redistribution and winning coalition pushing for that courage vision can or cannot happen. So if we look at the history of the twentieth century in the Russian of inequality over this period, one of the central finding of my work is there was no reduction of equality until one, it's really Major sharks of what will one World War tools of great depression that the elites at except a number of social reform and fiscal reform in Europe in particular, which led to sustained reduction of inequality and this sort of post World War Two consensus around the welfare state and Social Democratic parties in various falls in different countries. was in a way of very exceptional periods. It was produced by Patrick off which diverts it has lasted for so long. Just. Several decades at we sought a feeder, the new normal situation but in fact it is the product of particular circumstances and needs. In a way, you can also say that miracle that people are able to forget about all the other division between them. Sneak divisions nationalist division between countries and to focus on. What makes. Them. Similar and what makes them have a common interest in policies and surveys of income, wealth education, and more universal criterias, and raise at Niko emotionality and so. The miracle can happen again. But for this, we need to accept reviews. There's no seeing that only natural in this way of fog. Amazing appreciable conflict than we we have to take a step think we have to show that the new forms of solidarity new form of again Diane new former Fridge APPS. Globalized economy that's complicated. But. If we give up and we just say, okay now it's not possible. You know which is a little bit McCoy saying sometime, which is saying like you know finds the world stocks in France okay you. Measure easy cross-border financial assets. So we just get rid on of taxing financial words. It would be only real estate middle class people were little apartment wells went and results in euros two, hundred, thousand euros. A will pay property tax beds if people were, we stand media Newroz in. For years. Now, you should do that. If you go films are these direction I, think you are exacerbating. Refuting by Middle Class and lower class voters at. Steadies working for people at the top so. We have to be very, very careful. We if we want to avoid this evolution. CAN FINISH WITH A. Very big question, but connects what we've been talking about relational to France but also the broader themes of your work and your lectures. As you said, one of your big lessons is that none of this preordained none of it is some kind of natural process politics makes a huge difference to. All of these big questions above all the question quality and yet the story of the twentieth century it both shows that human societies can completely reorient the way that they're run. New Kinds of social solidarity can emerge the rich can throw in pool. But it often takes a crisis. And these crises are often truly terrible events. The two World Wars, the Great Depression Zone. So when we look ahead I mean your work both suggest there are some quite technical things that we could do if a politician could sell it. The could make a big difference, but it also suggests to me anyway that the kind of change restoring the twentieth century. Of It was conditional on the kinds of crises we would do anything to avoid. There's an optimistic and pessimistic takeaway. Am I on my pessimistic, but I would like to be as as way. Do we hate without the crisis? As. And as social scientists, we believe in the in the. Idea of books and I think our role is to try to show that the recent democratic. is a democratic past wild writer redistribution policy and development strategy now is the only person is this what's going to happen? I'm not so sure. So as of Europe Europe's a big risk, of course, now is to generalize the split of the European Union and in particular zero I think after Brexit. We cannot claims at this cannot happen. You know clearly this captured if cameron digits of playing these kind of stupid political game of cutting for Rondo and at the end of the day, you don't even know what people have voted for. If a country along Democrats, seek parliamentary a-. Like return is able to place too stupid property political gate discount southern Europe entities. In France can happen everywhere. So I don't know where we'll be the next shock, but I think this is south risk and and then then you enter into chaos and return to national currencies in the euro zone probably result of inflationary monetary chaos and man you don't know exactly where it stops and this can deliver sometime redistribution, which can be needed. But at the price of a lot of nationally conflict ethnic conflict and this is this is a very frightening at the same time. You know I think it's not so complicated to serve the problem we have to solve through peaceful democratic way. So that's why I still believe in his shot if you. Look. At the history of inequality and class conflict and sort of public debt you see in the past crazies which will at least as bad and sometimes they were sold for wing dramatic shocks but we can also remember from this historical instances attributions and like if we think of public debt after World War Two. Germany France huge public debt two hundred percent of GDP more than Greece today and is. Because Greece's only two percent of your Ben. GP. And whatever is at the took, the decision to postpone is public debt. You know in bachelor external debt of Germany the..

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"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

08:54 min | 8 months ago

"piketty" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Being revisiting a few interviews that we recorded momentus points with interesting people over the last few years. Butler. Donald. Trump. Harari on robots. We spoke to, Tony Pickety who's the author of among many other things capital in the twenty first century probably the most influential work economics political economy just writing about politics. Of the last two decades. We spoke to him just before the second round of the twenty seventeen presidential election. So manual macro on marine LE, pen were facing off having come through the first round at in the first round the candidates of the main parties, the centre left and centre right parties had been defeated. So French politics was in a state of turmoil. And that's reflected a bit in our conversation with trying to understand what's going on Tom. Pickety is trying to make sense of it and he was involved in that campaign. He hit advised I'm all the candidate of the Socialists who done ready terribly in the first round six percent of the vote. So it's partly a conversation about the churn in democratic politics, new divisions, the new ways in which voters were lining up behind these candidates. We knew when we spoke the macron was GonNa win he wants slightly more easily than to pick pickety. He thought it was sixty, six, thirty four rather than sixty forty but still marine appended third of the vote. So. We reflected a bit on that but also as you'll hear we talked more widely about what's going on with democracy and how it relates to the central theme or Pick Great Book. The question of inequality weather democratic societies can. Deal with inequality and if so how and then touches on the question of Europe, which is another issue around which Thomas Pickety has been very involved as a public intellectual as an adviser. He's a passionate pro-european. He believes in a more integrated Europe. So. We wanted to play this conversation because it's interesting and I think it's always interesting to hear these very interesting people reflecting at a moment, the political flux trying to understand what's going on now looking back. So after this Helen and I. Again to reflect on what we think we've learned since about macron and about some of the themes, the Toma pickety addresses here. With speaking the morning off to the French presidential debate. Between Mackerel Lapenne that macron was thought to have one. But then Harry Clinton was thought to have won her debate with Donald Trump. Let's not go there but we're speaking obviously before the vote. This weekend we have some idea of what might happen, but we don't know for certain. But if we could go back to the first round. The most striking thing was that the two main parties, the mainstream parties were not able either of them to get a candidate through to the second round. So, broadly, what is driving that and that's a phenomenon we see in different parts of the democratic. World. Will come onto the problem for social democracy in a second. But. What do you think is the primary driver of this inability for the mainstream parties to to come on the vote they used to come on. When they're long-run evolution in the structure of the electorate of left-wing parties or long run. Evolution and the challenges they face ends are also more shorter run problems in in the particular case of France and euro-zone marginally in the past ten years the parties in power and swing particular socialist. Party of five years ends a right-wing party socrates with five years before I've done a terrible job with the financial. Crazy. So the fact that voters are fed up resentment and want to try something else he's not so surprising. So let let's just put the facts straight. The Financial Crisis of two thousand and eight doesn't come from Europe it comes from the US it comes from an excess of financial deregulation it comes from the private banking sector. And Europe and in particular euro-zone countries transform. These crises into a public debt European crises. In spite of the fact that there was no move public debt in the euro to begin with and in the US in return on. Dress, because of our inability to organize ourself, you cannot have a single currency and same time one, thousand, nine, hundred different interest rate on the public debt on which financial markets can speak your date nineteen different corporate tax in competition with one another also the old system is badly conceived I. Think it's possible to make it work, but you have to have common per be dead cover jet. Euro euro-zone Assembly and I think we need to involve national parliament members go nance of the euro. So you need deep economic and even more importantly political democratic institutional reform. euro-zone to make it work and so past ten years Bozo right and the left in France have been completely unable to deliver on that front and their attitude basically, which consist of saying we have to wait for Germany to make proposal before we can change seeing and and I think this is terrible attitude because France has to play its part in your debate, and also because this in fact, contributes to raise sort of nationalist feeding in France sometime, anti German attitude, which is very bad. So, now we have extra. McCoy's is GonNa win and Sundays Difference we strength in turn there are many different but one of the key differences at trump was still able to attract some of the pro business in the US whereas a minute ben is very frightening for her red sox people including a your education grew but also our income in what is group in France I don't think she can win. But she will probably do a very, very good girl. You know match your than first round, skull, which was a twenty percent, which is already she can go forty and Christie much than her father. Exactly. So we have to remember in two, thousand and two. Was At sixteen percent of the first Ron and you went down he went up to. Two percent better. The second round and was eighty, two, thousand, hundred. Now. We're going to have maybe sixty forty. And so that's a big deal as this means that long way to what fifty percent has been already. Accomplished during this fifteen. So this is Very. Frightening and we've had regional elections in France. Two years ago where portions of France and the Sosa Fronts we had elections that were close to fifty forty five between the right and the National Front. So we are getting to a station that is close to be completely out of Control and This is really sad we should not feel. reinsured by the fact that Burley, macaroni is going to win. So come into macaroni the second. On the two main parties, there is still a big difference between how they perform feeling without the scandal. Presumably, at least my chance had he got through, he might have one possibly. Whereas who's campaign I think you are involved in in some respects. It was a white a European story that mainstream social democratic parties a really in some places in kind of full given how the blame is doled out by the voters who are sick of the lot of them. Why is the left getting more of the blame the right and of course, that's true in this country to. Okay. So in the case of France, you I think he's just the left was in poor during the years the natural outcome was to return to the right, and indeed, this probably would have happen without the political scandals and financial scandals around field and I think. The right-wing Party should have been able to replace. On Yours. I have no problem with macro. We need if it's for good reason but ear in a way, it's not that there was strong support for Macron's Jersey to support for few could collapse in one month. So we have to remember that at the end of January before the principal scandal. Feeling was above Sati best surgeons with such two percent Mukamba's at seventeen eighteen percent fifteen points below there is no way this would have changed without search political scandal. So the right was about to win just because voters wherever about to go from left to right right to left just as detractors. In the case of the Socialist Party Khanate Ammo I think he is so failed alert and probably this was endorsed matings. First place from the fact that Eric tells were fed up with socialist spot in pool were that even though I'm self was very critical of choices that were made..

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"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"A nate are altea night in all kinds of staff in Oprah was a pack show Only brilliant people Anounced Pamela Tola is doing this five. String he's GonNa have a lot more wisdom to share than I went inside like the best way that I could apply myself with. Just I am by providing some sort of calming receiving moments Kit Violin coverage of them. At your best you I love but I I like how you just you say that you say it was colty unites was huge coming together of people just like you say all different walks of life trying to help people fights Covert nineteen and you'll participation us. You really just throw it away. Is I decided to play violin cover? I saw the video online and for a lot of people we saw the video and it looked like I thought it was a really well performed joke like I was like. Oh this is cool. She's making it seem like she played the violin. Because like you know. When did you learn how to play the violin and like you played extremely well was? It's like a thing in your life or you just violent part time what. Where did that come from? I started playing when I was in third grade. They offer free classes Atlanta Public School in a when I was younger. The train. Very classically like the Zeki method in all of that and then by the time I was like maybe twelve or so I quit and then a couple of years later. My Dad actually a rediscovered while digging through his closet My grandfather's in favor to know my grandfather at all But yeah. It was like this powerful moment where connection through the instrument. And so that's kind. What spurred me to play again but when I start playing again night kind of like ditch. The classical training have been doing Improvise PLAY BY EAR. Talent for like flying. And that's the way I've been playing since then so mike not been classically trained person but like I just try to follow. My intuition in Matthew Steph like Covers so so. When you're not meditating and when you're not Playing the violin and lending your voice to causes like Colts Unites. Or you know helping out with no kid hungry which you've been involved with for years even before Krona Virus You are successful actor out there. You making movies you're making TV shows. And I believe you have a new. Is it going to be a limited series? Coming out on Netflix called. The it's really really special show. I mean it brings together. You know some of the people who worked on La La land and it's a musical show In and around the world of Jazz and you know it seems like a great show especially for now. I mean we're at home. We need music we want. We want to hang out and think about you. Know Fun times when you can go out to places and listen to music But tell me a little bit about the story. And and and what's exciting you about this project. it's about a struggling gas. Come up in Paris And just kind of about the family of those jazz musicians in the character that plays is Julie as Jesus. Lake troubled adolescent who Doesn't really have like a enact a healthy relationship with her father but she sent to Paris to live with him where he is wanting to stress club. And you kind of see. The journey between these two checkers try to understand each other to become close really difficult sometimes but The show in general is about unsolvable of characters in just kind of all of their experiences in in Paris there's like the very kind of right launched Eurocentric White Eurocentric concept of parents. And hopefully this show kind of Retrace which is more accurate which is like a really multi control place that is so influenced especially like North African communities. So that's kind of incentive is shown. So it's about all of these people just like the truth of their lives in now that. I I feel like I would have watched it regardless for two reasons one because I mean I'm stuck in the house too because I know it's going to be great but now that I know you actually know music I'm GonNa Watch it even more because I'm like. Yeah this this is basically a documentary now so I'M GONNA make sure to watch it. It's going to be the idiots coming up. This Friday on Netflix Limited series That thank you so much for taking the time. Stay Sane at home. All spiral and Thanks for putting out videos. Thanks thank you so much. Well that's our show for tonight before we go. Please remember that. The covert pandemic has devastated communities around the world but the International Medical Corps is helping those communities to rebuild and recover and you can help them.

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"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Check IT OUT MAZDA. Welcome to the daily social distance and show in King he before we before we talk about the new show that you're going to be an I wanted to talk a little bit about Um Corona virus. What you've been up to. It's been interesting. Seeing how people live their lives. You know what they show you of their lives on social media but it feels like you very zen in this moment like I don't see many anxious videos from you. It feels very meditative. It seems like you're finding you just like you're in a transcendent space right now. My rights or is this just what you're showing US online as simply what I'm showing you online at Steph. Lean on accurate all I'm trying to share resources online. That field kind of grounding in kind of Zen just because I am having a lot of anxious moments in one of the only ways that I've been able to deal with those ages Finding new grounding practices. I am definitely spiraling. But I'm trying to learn how to have better coping mechanisms. That's been like a really cool exciting thing you've always been somebody who's been about coping mechanisms You Know I. I know you've done videos tutorials for people talking about meditation. And how'd you like calm? The mind is that something you're doing now. Is that something you're trying to help? People do like doesn't get doesn't get you through what's happening now because everyone talks about meditation. But that's when life is normal. I really wanted to if meditation works like now. In general I think I just kind of feel like I have a lot of young people following me and I think about the ways in which we use social media in how dependent we are on our an how are realities are almost shaped more by like the virtual worlds that we traversing like are tangible realities. Like I think there's something to be said for like the levels of Depression. Anxiety that like my generation experience like the the levels of dissociation interest the cabinet time coping with reality could have a lot to do with the state of the world. Things are really frustrating and like really disheartening. Sometimes but I feel like okay if we are going to deal with things like this pandemic or or leg feeling so disillusioned in our government like we have to come up with some sort of collecting healing tools. That help us and nearish us that he can keep going. You're getting something more recently. Added this video for this twenty four hour. Livestream called.

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"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"I don't WanNa wear masks. I want the government telling me what to do. You cannot allow the government to overreach the constitution. Because if you if you allow that and then what else is next? Only God knows how. I'm sick of the government telling us what to do telling us to wear masks. You've got those red lights the toes when we can drive stopping me from buying Romain Lettuce because it has E. coli on it. Some of US let the taste of the cold. It's called the refined Palette. You know. I'll be honest. I've never understood why some people complain so much about a nanny states nannies are awesome. I mean they let you take naps. They always have a little bag of goldfish. Let you watch. Tv All day while they started their phone in fact when this is over. I want to hire a nanny for myself. I want to eat goldfish. So the question remains why are so many Americans resistant to wearing a mosque in public? I mean maybe it's a comfort thing. Maybe it's aversion to taking orders. Maybe they just want to show off that pasty quarantine skin. Another reason might be that. Their leaders are leading by example. Only the wrong example. The CDC is advising the use of non medical claw face covering as an additional voluntary public health measures. So it's voluntary. You don't have to do it. I don't think I'm going to be doing it. You as vice president. Mike Pence says hey should've worn a mask during his visit to the renowned. Mayo Clinic last week. Era COCO is apologizing. This morning after a facebook photo shows him taking a Selfie with two people and not wearing a mask. This Ohio State representative says he won't be wearing a mask because of religious reasons Republican Representative Ninova. Tally says our nation was founded on Judeo Christian principles and one of those principles is that we are all created in the image and likeness of God and that image is seen the most by our face. Okay Wow that is a bold religious stance from that lawmaker. And I don't know if going out without a mosque is a way to honor God. But it's definitely a way to meet him sooner like where is even getting this from because I've been to Sunday school. I remember this being in the Ten Commandments. I don't remember Moses coming down like an commandment number nine thou shalt not cover all of this so I don't even understand how a public health issue like wearing. A mosque became so politicized. But it is weird to me. It is really weird to me that so many of these people who refuse to mosques claim to be proud patriots who do anything for their country because right now America is at war with the Corona Virus. And if you going out in public without wearing a mosque well then you fighting for the other side. We'll be right back. Welcome back to the daily social distancing show earlier today. I got the chance to speak to tomorrow. Pikkety French economist. Who's analysis of economic inequality under capitalism has made him world famous? We talked about his new book capital an ideology and all of the ideas that affect the world on the corona virus. Right now pikkety. While come to the daily social distancing show thanks for making me say almost goes beyond messy you one of the economists in the world many people regard as a rockstar economists. Not just because of your ideas but because of how easy you break your ideas down. One of the biggest things you talk about is inequality in the world. Corona virus is going to shake up the world in a big way. Either there's to be more inequality or things are going to get fixed just looking at the world the way it is now. What do you think whereabouts experience way you? I've seen? This is one of these crises that we see eastern at can really change people's view about will dwell in our we should organize the economy goes at each state what we see is actually a big increasing inequality so you know if you ever look done in a Biegel. Pacman on the begerow's same as if you are in a very small apartment unless and marginally you have a very low wage very freak out user jumped badge upstate use you know you you you have to go out to find where to find. Managua even zones can be very risky for you. You have lots of problem with with people who still need to pay the rent. I think this is kind of time yard where there is a pressure from pressure that can actually change the balance of power which is also a balance of ideology if we learned from the two thousand and eight crisis. If there's anything we learned it. Was that the people who quickest bounce back. Weren't people at all. It was the big corporations and the big banks. The little people lost everything. They lost their houses. They lost the money that they put into their houses. They lost the jobs. Many people even lost their investment was four one KS or whatever they had put assigned to save money in life. We learned about what happened but if this is another recession if this is another crisis what can be done to prevent that from happening again. What source I think we have to use a dead at creation. Those people rozelle's Bank so basically after two thousand and eight in used at Manila creation in order to save Wall Street bankers. You know. It's probably better than if we didn't do anything. Because in one thousand nine hundred ninety s we let financial institution go bankrupt when after Yoga and these was not very good to. At least we've learned from six Ghanaians but you know it's not enough to say bank as yours want to save the planet also want to save the people and I think resist crises right now. People are going to be asking for proof that we can also use them in this world of Mana creations of Federal Reserve in order to invest in people in investing in owes Beatles investing in public infrastructure increasing way. Jeeze phone know older low wage middle wage people in which we see. Today you know are so necessary. Thoughtful our existence in our societies in longer-run. Of course we cannot just pay. Five racing was public debt administration. So we'll have to rebalance out taxes stem. I think we need a win. Stacks in the US because an income tax is not enough to To make the billionaire pay in proportion to the ability to pay very often. You have billionaire like Warren. Buffet actually saved paying lower income tax rates and secretary. This is because many very billionaire actually have a relatively small income because most of the income to their website is rations. Taxing webs in itself can contribute more in line with the ability to contribute to the prints to punish wealth is just to make people contribute you know in production to the ability to contribute now whenever whenever people bring up that idea whenever it's Bernie Elizabeth Warren or anyone for that matter. Who SAYS WE NEED A wealth tax? We need to look at different ways to text the wealthiest of the wealthy the billionaires on the corporations that have endless amounts of money and don't pay any taxes and find loopholes to not pay the taxes the pushback inevitably becomes that you're discouraging innovation your discouraging the creation of wealth. And they say all the money will move elsewhere so if you were trying to convince a billion or if you were trying to convince a Mega Corporation to be contributing more and paying their fish in Tex- what would be in it for them. Why why would you say to them as tomorrow? This is why you should pay more as a billionaire. This is why you should be paying more corporation with what I would say that in the past In America you know we've seen a lot more billionaire but we've seen a lot less so UCI at you get prosperity out of inequality just didn't work out so you know. Of course you need to pay them well when our success? But you don't need to you know you don't need to have people that ten billion one hundred billion wet. Where are we going to stop the evidence that we again is that the real short of economic prosperity is a moderate level of iniquity reasonable equality and education education? A public ads and relative equality in access to education. And what worked historically? This is the way we got out. Is Bruce writes in Serie and when we started Sort OF INVESTING in billionaire results investing in the in education. In in fact we've added Rostro down the stretch gate. You know I've not been decades of prosperity for for America. So at some point you know the core discourse that we could have walked grows by adding mobile gonNA could be true but if you look at eighty dollars you're just just noteworthy. It's not happening. But what do you think is the worst case? Scenario if if you live in a world where the inequality just keeps on growing the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. What do we inevitably inevitably get to? What is the worst scenario that you know? Some steel politicians like DONALD TRUMP FOR MARY LOU PAN IN MY country France. You know we use the frustration coming from income in wage technician and rising inequality in order to Bartow Juno some a foreign workers or you know some people to blame and you can always find people to blame you know in in the US. You can find Mexico China in France. You know we could find Gemini Knocks African immigrants. Yeah you always. It's easy to find people to blame and this is what really worries me. Is that if we don't Chandra course if we don't propose noser economic modern that is more. Equitable more sustainable. Then in effect we open the door for you know these nationalities these schools and you know if you keep telling people that's only one economic policy and that governments cannot reduce liquidity government cannot do any seasonable redistribution taxation and the only things that governments can do is to control. Baldo then. You should not be surprised that you know Dan or twenty years later. Young political discussion is going to border. Control IN CONTROLLING NATIONAL IDENTITY GRANTS. Joyce things that can be conflicting effect of the Sunday. You One answer. She's going to respond falls religious MACY OF HOSPITALS AND PUBLIC. Saudi sees and and in a way Moi quantity on show reinforce user fee of treasure and return to the ball dove of the Nation State. And which view is going to win. You know depends also an office is away in the end to pick the right trajectory to put pressure on our politicians and our political system to to to go in the in the in the right direction. Tomorrow thank you so much for taking the time. Good luck in the pandemic and hopefully we'll see on other side. Okay thank you when we come back. I'll be talking to Amanda Stemberg. The Star of the Netflix Limited series. The Edi so don't go anywhere we'll be right back. Welcome back to the daily social distancing show today. I spoke to actress Amanda Standard. Who's new NETFLIX series? The Eddie premieres this Friday..

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"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Nothing happened now. If is ever going to get the corner on control. Antibody testing seems like the best way to do it. Because that can tell us where the virus has been who might now be immune and how you can track the movements of the disease. Unfortunately antibody testing has also hits a bit of a snag today. The FDA put the brakes on antibody tests roughly two hundred hit the market in recent weeks amid few restrictions. Now the agency says guardrails are needed writing in part we unfortunately see unscrupulous actors marketing fraudulent test kits to take advantage of Americans so far the FDA has only granted emergency authorization to twelve anybody tests. The makers of the rest will have to apply within ten days showing their positive readings are ninety percent accurate and negative ratings ninety five percent. Yup that's right in an attempt to boost testing in the US the FDA basically approved anybody who claimed they had an antibody test and then it turned out that many of those tests were actually trash. And that's way worse than having no tests at all. Because now you think you could be immune when you actually not. There are two things you need to be sure work antibody tests and bulletproof vest. Because you can't return those to the store company walking in like yeah. I bought this last week in a totally. Doesn't work the way you said. And by the way can you call nine one one. And if the antibody test contel you if you have antibodies will then you may as well just use the original anti-test anti do I have corona virus. No baby but you need to eat some more mustard enough feeding you guys. I think there's an easy solution here. A test that tells us which antibody test works. Why don't we just use that test to test for antibodies But I think I corrected all right. That's the headlines. When we come back we're going to get into the great debates about wearing mosques. Is it just a devious government plot to keep you alive? We'll we'll find out after the. Hey there I'm Tom car and I have a new podcast with comedy. Central called. Stand up with Tom Takhar. You guessed it. It is about. Stand up comedy. I am a huge comedy nerd and I've listened to nearly all of comedy central's extensive Standup Library because I was a lonely child. I'm GONNA show you jokes. You might not have heard from comedians. You already love and I'm GonNA show you comedians. You've never frigging heard of. Let's have some fun listening to some great comedy together. Subscribe now to stand up with Tom. Takhar on apple podcasts. Welcome back to the daily social distancing. Show let's talk about mosques for a long time. Mosques have been required accessory full superheroes all people just trying to get into an is wide. Shut orgy by the way the secret password is. I'm here for the G. One now when the virus pandemic began the. Cdc said people didn't need to wear mosques unless they were showing symptoms but a couple of weeks ago. They change their mind after realizing that. If everyone will mosques in public it could stop people from spreading the disease also. They ran a series of tests and realized that. Damn people are ugly now. This all seems reasonable enough right. Everyone just needs to wear mosque. When you're going to be outside around other people but it's the furthest thing from simple in the city of stillwater. Oklahoma and emergency proclamation requiring. The use of face masks in stores and restaurants was amended after reports. Employees were being verbally abused and threatened with violence for trying to enforce the order in Miami Beach. One Park is now shut down. After police issued more than seven thousand warnings over the weekend to people not wearing face masks in Michigan a security guard was shot after a dispute with a customer over. A FACE MASK. Police are also looking for this man who wiped his nose on a clerk shirt when he was asked why he wasn't wearing face. Covering WHOA WOW people so angry. I forget a vaccine. Scientists need to start working on a chill pill. Health officials are asking us to cover our faces to protect ourselves. And everyone's acting like they have to get spayed neutered and the people who don't want mosques are ruining it for everyone like now they had to close down that entire. Poke in Miami and Miami. You know I love you but what are you doing getting mad about being asked to cover your face. I've been to Miami. Nobody's looking at anybody's faces but if we know that mosques can help save lives and stop the spread of Corona Virus. Why are so many people refusing to mosques when they go out in public? Well one reason is that just honestly. They're not super comfortable. And One woman Kentucky found a solution that totally didn't work they Kentucky woman is going viral for the way she wears a mask. This woman was caught on camera shopping with a hole cut in the middle of protective masks. She claims it made it easier to breathe. It's everyone is required to wear a mask while out. Of course the CDC is advising that masks should cover both the nose and mouth completely okay. I'll be honest. I get where this woman is coming from wearing. A mosque can make it a little harder to breathe but you can make it a lot harder to breathe corona virus like. I think some people might be missing the point of the mosque. It's not about conforming. It's about safety. Can you imagine if People Brooke this attitude to sex? Don't worry babe of course I use the condom. Yeah just ripped the top off because it was really uncomfortable for my penis and it made it look like it was robbing a bank. But we're good. We're totally safe now. Another reason people might not be wearing. Mosque is maybe they just don't have but remember. It doesn't have to be an actual medical mosque right now to be effective right anything that covers your nose and mouth can help although I will say one guy in San Diego got a little too creative with his coverage outrageous growing overmanned seeing wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood inside of a bonds grocery store near San Diego other shoppers took pictures of the man seen Saturday in the city of santee store clerks reportedly as the man to remove the hood or leave. He finally took it off while he was in line then paid for his items and left's aunties mayor and others have condemned the incident detectives from the San Diego. County sheriff's department are now investigating it will pursue any appropriate charges. Wow wearing a clan. Who Face Mosque at seems productive? Because I mean you might be protecting yourself from corona but you're definitely going to get a case of whipping and I know this guy. Thought he was being intimidating wearing a k. k. k. mosque in public. But I'm sorry man you're in a grocery store. I can't be scared of anyone. Buying Gold Gertz plus I like how he only wore the hood. Yeah so he was at home like trump. Put the robe on as well now. No no no no no. I'm a moderate clansman. Now if you've been watching the protests going on around the country it's clear that for some people not wearing. A mosque is a matter of principle because apparently in America. You don't just have the right to bear arms. You'll have the right to bear face in. Houston you could get a thousand dollar fine for not wearing a mask. That's led to at least one lawsuit and Complaints of government. Overreach these mandatory masks amount to government. Overreach there is now a lawsuit over face mask requirements here in Harris County. There are many people who are unhappy with the order. Close to one hundred. Fifty demonstrators protested the mandate..

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"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"piketty" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Today is day fifty of staying inside to stop the spread of Corona virus. And because I can't believe it fifty days I've stayed in this house for fifty days. I mean I don't Brag but last night at seven PM I went out on my balcony and everyone was clapping for me it was. It was really humbling. Oh and today is also single. Denial and if you're trying to celebrate at home here's Your Quarantine Cinco de Maya tip of the day. Any bread can be Tortilla if you just use a Hamma celebrating Cinco today. But don't forget you may be at home but walk is still extra all right. Tonight's episode we look at the war on mosques. Why you might not want to drive in Georgia? And why Corona virus has given seagulls a taste for blood. So let's get into it. Welcome to the Dave social distancing show from trevor's couch in New York City to your couch somewhere in the world. This is the daily social distancing show with Trevor Dome. Here's the world may seem like a doc place right now but just like your mom opening the curtains to wake you up for church. We're about to blast you with a little ray of sunshine. I stop being a teenager in the age of Corona is definitely tough. You're stuck at home with your parents. You Conqueror Prom and your dad gave you a heck with the same clippers. He uses on his back here but he has a ray of sunshine for teenagers in Georgia. Because of the pandemic the states has now decided to drivers licenses without requiring a driving test and that is a crazy idea. I mean think about it. The only driving practice that kids get right now. From what video games. So they're going to get behind the wheel like which of these pedal shoots the turtle shells basically. It's now up to parents to decide whether their teens can get a license nuts and look if George is going to be giving people that power then is all the way. Just let people make their own driver's license at home to like the actual photo because that would be dope. You could filter face. June finally have a driver's license where you look sexy. That will be a ton better than that fool to the DMV users right now makes everyone look like they've already been busted for drunk driving so that's Georgia. They opened up earlier than any other states. And now they're giving drivers licenses to people without a road test. It's all part of the new state motto. Welcome to Georgia. We're done giving a ship in news. A British man has decided to beat the quarantine blues by giving himself one Tattoo every day. During the lockdown Chris woodhead a thirty three tattoo. Artist has now added images of a butterfly a tiger and a clown as well as the words. When will it end on the sole of his foot? Basically this guy started quarantine has two thousand. Five Adam Levine. And he's going to finish it as twenty nine thousand. Nine Adam Levine. And this is just what white people end up doing when the sour dough starter runs out but this is a major commitment to make in fact. This guy says that he's been in lockdown for so long but he's already running out of room although I see two nipples had open and finally we've seen many stories of how nature is thriving as humans are forced to stay indoors but now thanks to the shutdowns animals are also rediscovering the circle of life like in Rome seagulls who used to eat trash. The people left behind are now hunting down rats and pigeons for food and I didn't even know that seagulls could be this vicious have dockside because I'm not ready. I'm not ready to watch. Big Bird gets so hungry that he murders elmo in his flesh and rats. I can understand but pigeons who've next secret life of pets movies going to be Super Doc. You know what's Crazy? Is that one month ago just one month ago. Seagulls were flying next to pigeons. Like hello neighbor. Now because of corona virus are will eat your ass right. That's it for the sunshine. Let's get straight to the headlines. Let's check the headlines off with some Nag Nice News. Although our efforts to stop the spread of the virus by staying home have helped a lot. We're now learning that opening up too soon. Might come at a big cost as much of a miracle to reopen the New York Times obtaining a preliminary analysis about what could happen if social distancing rules are relaxed. The report provided to FEMA shows the number of Americans dying everyday from the corona virus could nearly double by June first. Three thousand a day and cases could soar from twenty-five thousand to two hundred thousand a day. A University of Washington model has raised its projected death toll to more than one hundred thirty four thousand by August. That's nearly double the estimate from less than a week ago largely because more Americans are leaving their homes. Yeah that's rights. Experts are warning that relaxing social distancing without having tracing and testing programs in place means that a lot more people could die. And did you hear those numbers? Three thousand deaths a day. A hundred and thirty four thousand deaths by August. Those numbers are even more terrifying than the ones in your child's math homework that you have no idea. How do I feel like every day? The story develops it makes it a war story for us to tell grandkids. And what happened when social distancing was proving effective GRANDPA? Well then we decided good all love by going to the beach because we wanted some ice cream. I get it man. It is so hard to stay inside right now because the weather is amazing out there. It's almost like the sun is trying to lure us out. So Corona virus can get us and I'm not GONNA lie guys. I've never trusted the son like it's there during the day than at night it's gone. Would you go meeting up with Corona to plug our downfall? I'm onto you sunny bastard. And as if that wasn't a grim enough prediction we're now learning wild. We've been trapped indoors. Corona virus has been going to the gym new this morning. Scientists have discovered a mutant corona virus. Strain that they say is more contagious than covert eighteen. Study led by the Los Alamos National Lab says the new strain appeared in Europe in February and quickly spread to the eastern us. Now once it's out it becomes the dominant strain in that makes it more contagious than the original aversion that was traced back to Wuhan China. The report says mutation is in spikes on the outside of the Corona Virus. Researchers say it could make treatments more difficult to develop and could reinfect people who survived the earlier strain. Oh come on. You know what this sucks. The Corona virus might be mutating and not on a cool Linda turtle kind of way where it just wants to eat pizza and hit on reporters. No it's becoming more deadly and we've learned yet another thing. Corona virus is like an annoying college students. It got worse when went to Europe. Sorry guys I can only eat. Begets now And if you'll excuse me after pup to Lou and look if the virus can mutate to get worse than US humans. We've got no choice. Meant we're going to have to mutate to fight back. I think we can do it. Whose focus come on Trevor Mutate. Take.

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"piketty" Discussed on The Current

The Current

16:00 min | 1 year ago

"piketty" Discussed on The Current

"And then you just push a button and send you my name's square and nobody's able to follow you in. Texas nutrition knows where you are and and you know and then you end up heading northeast on Patriots should group or they don't trust well sorry guys that you're GonNa have to pay because we don't know where to reach. We not able to take them. So you're going to have to because you don't move but you know of course at some point people in billings but Don't play that. And so if someone telling them we're look we are GONNA get treat of wars. These globalization are going to go back to the to the nation state now from just identity. I guess there is nothing else in store tentative today board. You know these unfortunately You know he's attractive or loops like yearly alternative key proposal. Perhaps this is an opportunity for people to think about this and to think about the futures in our own hands and they have time so we'll send them to the book to read more about how you've seen this over the sweep of history Thomas Spaghetti. It's great to speak with you. Thank you thank you Thomas. Spaghetti's latest book is capital and ideology. He was in Paris France. If you want to read more about this and how he has seen seen this over the sweep of history you have time as he mentioned. It's eleven hundred page book so maybe use that. Opportunity of locked down to look at that. This is the current on radio one. I Matt Galloway Top power. The host of Q. Is Back Low. Tom Champing at the bit match. Champing at the bit to talk to you about out. What are you GonNa talk about? I can't remember sitting around. I'm GonNa talk about mindfulness. You familiar with mindfulness. Indeed Oh yea I'm GonNa talk about Julie Familiar with jewel singer in credit. No not the actual Elements not the element now. Jewel itself the singer. Songwriter has a new documentary called the mindfulness movement. It's all about her journey with being more. Mindful okay. I don't know if you know this was once lived on the street. She was homeless. She found herself really lost and she credits a lot of her success in a lot of the great things that have happened to her to mindfulness but more she says that it's something that we need to really look at this time while we're all stuck inside so she has a new film actually all about my right and the question is who will save your soul the answer. I got the jewel. Take a listen. How are you? I'm good thank you? What is being mindful? Look like for you. Mindfulness is just a somewhat fancy term for being consciously present. It lowers our anxiety. There's so much science about it. Which was what was really fun about to film. And putting the film together was sharing with people help powerful And what a physiological and psychological and neural transmitter biochemical effect that just being present. We'll have for us. How did you first practicing mindfulness? I had really bad panic attacks when I was about sixteen. I moved out when I was fifteen on my own. I came from an abusive background and decided to move out at fifteen which was incredibly stressful paying rent and trying to get food and didn't have a car so it'd be hitchhiking everywhere and then by sixteen. I went to school and sort of having these panic attacks and so in an effort to try and help myself through them. I started experimenting and I stumbled. Onto mindfulness. It wasn't something that was necessarily taught to me. It was sort of a necessity is the mother of invention It was that I started to realize if I visualized and pictured certain things my body felt differently and I just became very curious very observant. Which by the way is the hallmark of mindfulness and I just started to see the benefits. That look like I mean. A lot of people are downloading APPs. Right now the downloading com or they're downloading no head space in an effort to be more mindful. When you're living on the street. There wasn't an APP. There wasn't there wasn't a probably a class could pay to go to Q. Tell me what that looked like for you. Then experimentation. I was really at the bottom. I was at the end of my rope. I was stealing shoplifting. A Lot And having these panic attacks and I was homeless and I realized I was GONNA end up in jail or dead. I didn't do something and one day. I was in a dressing room trying to steal address and I saw my reflection in mirror and I knew I was a statistic. I saw what I looked like and for some reason this quote by Buddha came into my head that happiness doesn't depend on who we are what we have. It depends on what we think. And I think everybody can resonate with that because we've had times in our lives where we have bounty and plenty and enough and we're still miserable. Our happiness is is independent of our surroundings that really has to do with our internal processes and I had to be willing to believe that at that time in my life especially when I was homeless because all I have for my thoughts but I had so much anxiety. I really couldn't figure out what I was thinking so I thought I would do little hack of watching my hands because the hands of the servants have your thoughts and if you want to know what you're thinking watch your hands 'cause it's your thought cool down into action so my huge plan leaving that dressing room. Not Stealing that dress. That day was to take notes. What hands did it wasn't the you know you're backed plan. That's all I had and I just took notes. How many times do they open doors? How many times that I wash my hands? How many times did I not shake someone's hand and at the end of two weeks? I looked back at my notes. It was pretty clear to see a quick believing in myself but the much more interesting thing was my anxiety almost completely disappeared while I was journaling about my hands now again. The word. Mindfulness wasn't around at the time. I don't even think I knew the word presence but I realized that when I was being very observant and very curious in real time disappeared and that was a revelation because when you live with extreme anxiety and you finally get a break from it you WanNa understand that and you WanNa do that more and that was really the beginning of me making all kinds of beautiful personal discoveries That.

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"piketty" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"piketty" Discussed on WTVN

"Partial government shutdown is now in its third week, but something could be happening with no compromise in sight here. The president is now considering going it alone possibly declaring that national emergency teams military funds to build his wall. But that is certain to be challenged in the courts end by Democrats. President Trump reportedly now wants to address the nation about the ongoing govern government shutdown tomorrow night. The New York Times says the White House has requested network TV time tomorrow, he could be using that time to make an announcement about some type of executive action that he is planning the shutdown was prompted by the president's demand for several billion dollars to help construct massive wall along the southern border. The president meanwhile will be visiting. That border then on Thursday. He was a busy day for lawmakers today in the Ohio statehouse. Today's when lawmakers in the Ohio house and Senate take their oaths of office all ninety nine members of the Ohio house and thirty three members of the Senator being sworn in today. The Ohio constitution defines the first non holiday Monday in January each year as the first of regular session at the state house. Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN at the US department of energy intends to invest one hundred and fifteen million dollars over the next three years into projects at the American centrifuge plot jacked in piketty in the site is long been championed by US Senator Rob Portman and will now see over sixty new jobs created so where is the hottest spot four the nightlife the data from apartment guide dot com. Added up the bars clubs music and entertainment venues in cities with a population of over one hundred thousand people and divided by the total number of residents Dayton showed up at number three in the country. Saint Louis was number one. According to their report with Cincinnati actually at number two looking at the rest of the top fifty Cleveland came in fifth and Toledo was forty second. Columbus didn't make the top fifty Scott Jennings. Newsradio six ten WTVN. The final preparations are underway for the last North American International auto show that will be held in January. There will be at least thirty vehicles unveiled at this year's event. It will then move to the month of June starting next year..

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"piketty" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"piketty" Discussed on KCRW

"Little plays like Mayberry now. Power chocks that up to drugs not long after the killings. Rumors swirled because investigators found marijuana growing operations at three of the homes. But at a press conference announcing the arrests attorney general Mike dewine highlighted a custody battle between the Wagner's son and the rodents daughter there, certainly wasn't obsession with custody. Obsession with control of children. I just might tell you. This is just the most bizarre story I've ever seen dewine who was just elected governor calls the investigation, the longest most complex and labor intensive they've ever conducted officers followed up on more than one thousand tips interviewed five hundred fifty people in visited ten states over the course of the investigation from the outset pike county sheriff Charles reader says his deputies focus was not the drugs, but the murders. No one no one. Disturbed in the dark of the night for cowards to come in while sleeping in execute them in a way, that would be unbelievable anyone and that undercurrent of anger is palpable. Here. The county is sparsely populated piketty has only about two thousand residents and many people knew or were related to the rodents people like Roger Grupp who's a distant cousin. And yet, I'm not for the death penalty. You know normally. But if you're gonna kill eight people for no reason, then yeah, let go for the maximum grub says the murders of fundamentally shaken his sense of safety every time a car.

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"piketty" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"piketty" Discussed on Channel 955

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"piketty" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"piketty" Discussed on Channel 955

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