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In democracy's birthplace, pope warns of populist threats

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 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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John Zmirak Loves Being Wrong About the Virginia Election Outcome

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:10 min | Last month

John Zmirak Loves Being Wrong About the Virginia Election Outcome

"I get to talk to John's merak. I see that as a good thing. John smirk, welcome. Hey, all right, it's really exciting to talk to you today, you know. Today, in the wake of the Virginia election, I feel the way I did in 19 80, I think it was 80 or 81 no, I'm sorry. No, no, no, it was 80 88, 88, when Poland had its first elections where non communist candidates were allowed to run and some of them actually won. The communists still had a majority, but it became clear they would allow some kind of free and fair election under their totalitarian system. After the events of the 2020 election, and after the vicious crackdown on the peaceful protesters of January 6th, I was genuinely worried we would never be allowed a real free, fair election again. I was convinced the Democrats were going to steal it last night. If they had to bring in hefty bags with Stacey Abrams space on it full of ballots filled in with crayon. I was convinced they were going to steal it. So I love to be wrong about these things.

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The Left Wants You to Think They're More Powerful Than You... They're Not

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | Last month

The Left Wants You to Think They're More Powerful Than You... They're Not

"Folks this is a huge thing The fight is coming to your door There's simply no way to the knock is coming soon Whether literal or figurative the knock is coming at your door soon By totalitarian psycho losers who want you fired they want you canceled They want your kid in a mask They want you to stick something in your arm whether you want to do it or not These people are not kidding around They're playing for keeps and the only way to fight back is going to have to be with sacrifice and solidarity Just like they did it when they fought the Soviets whose ideology was no different than the people in charge now When they fought the Soviets in Poland and eventually took over the country and eventually won But it's not just about the leaders in southwest The people doing this now It's about the followers too And it proves my point that eventually Over time people who have been canceled people who've had mandates shut down their throat eventually they realize as other people speak out and more followers come out They start to realize that they are in fact the 51% and not the minority And then they all look at each other and go why have we been listening to these diploids the whole time We're in the majority You know damn the torpedoes full speed ahead They start moving because there's no torpedoes The torpedoes were fake It's solid ski's rule all the time on the left It's not what you have it's what the enemy thinks you have And us where their enemies the solo linsky people where the left this enemies they want us to believe they're more powerful than they are They aren't whether it's the Dave Chappelle thing I'll get into that Bill Maher or other people on the left they are starting to figure out that the leftist cancel culture mandate loving totalitarian former Soviets They are in fact the minority We are the majority and it's damn well time we started acting

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UK looks abroad to ease trucker shortage amid run on gas

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

UK looks abroad to ease trucker shortage amid run on gas

"As people continue to line up at the petrol pumps amid a shortage of truck drivers Britain's transport secretary reassures the public that there is no fuel crisis in the country British transport secretary grant Shapps is told Sky News there is no shortage of petrol in the U. K. but's that has not stopped mattress performing lines at gas stations to fill up just in case shops believes media hype has exacerbated the problem one of the worst situations decided to leak the details to to to to the media and that has created as we have seen what a large degree of of concern people naturally react to those things belong she's at gas stations it's more of a teacher shortage of truck drivers ticket by the pandemic amongst other reasons shops on he's the problem is not exclusive to Britain in Europe the some of the for example in Poland the the choice which is a hundred and twenty three thousand drivers Karen China's London

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#1 Book 'American Marxism' to Be Published Internationally

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

#1 Book 'American Marxism' to Be Published Internationally

"Devi art. Also, I wanted to tell you that American Marxism is now going to be published. Listen to this. We have requests from all over the In Brazil. In Greece in Taiwan in Albania like that, Mr Producer And we have inquiries from Hungary, Poland, Portugal and Japan. So Spreading the word against Marxism. We get very little write up on this, but it's very, very important. Also, we not only been number 19 weeks around and around the New York Times bestseller list that you wouldn't know it, would you We're at 965,000 copies and all formats sold. So I'll be at a million very, very shortly. That's you. The Patriots

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World Cup Qualifiers: England Lacking Answers Against Poland

ESPN FC

01:15 min | 3 months ago

World Cup Qualifiers: England Lacking Answers Against Poland

"Check out what happened. Today between poland against england finished one apiece. england opened the scoring some style. Brilliant goal from harry kane but a late equaliser Poland means that england's perfect record in qualifying as now. Broken now still qualify. Though they any problem have just dropped two points. So far in the opening six matches point nine for poland. They'll fancy their chances now. Moving up into second. That one point adrift of albanian. Thrash san marino. Five mil deja craig. Famille hero fino. In the fact that you've got england's sitting back once again well set by control most of the game but you think that lasts same minutes you feel inviting crusher on and then as a result you can see go which is writing slope because jordan pickford on the ball got charged owed almost ricocheted tease goalie at the sprint. Back to the light in there with a the spear and then just before the goal. Ko walker got. Tom bodley ernie really didn't have to tell you that the shoulder that put england on the buck for the never cleared the ball from there and paul and scored but in truth my one criticism of england would be for all the control. The the game didn't create enough. John's

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What Are the Newsom Recall Polls Saying?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 3 months ago

What Are the Newsom Recall Polls Saying?

"Hey everybody. Welcome to this episode of the charlie kirk show with us. Today's a friend of mine and he's rarely ever wrong. In fact we had him coming on our program leading up to the election and he got almost all of his predictions correctly. Richard harris from the people's pundit and also we had you on for the georgia thing and you're the one that early said. Hey we got a problem in georgia and you're right so we're going to talk about california polls and so all right richard. Let's cut through all of the nonsense. Yes the way. It works in california for all of our friends in maine and massachusetts and florida and south carolina. It's a two part question. Yes or no recall gavin newsom and if yes then who let's start with the yes or no. Do you think that the yeses are going outnumber the nose. Yes we pulled it a couple of weeks back and we had no ahead by a little bit charlie. But let me leave this with you. The caveat here is that. I thought my share of the you know is part of poland. I thought my share of the white vote was a little bit high california's usually forty five fifty percent tops and did see other pollsters. That had him in the sixties. If you look at who's voting right now. This is why democrats are nervous. The electorate is very white. And it's and it's much older so if if the electorate and we had them at fifth we whites at fifty five but we still had the age breakdown to be pretty young so that could a two point advantage could easily be swamped demographic difference like that the problem newsom has then i was just saying this before he needs white liberals and asian voters to come out and they are the least likely to want to vote. Weitz were over. Eighty percent certain to vote when we pull them And asia voters were in the fifty s. So it. I mean it really. It goes to show you got a close race can turn into a nailbiter either way

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Poland Imposes State of Emergency on Belarus Border

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Poland Imposes State of Emergency on Belarus Border

"A state of emergency has been declared by poland along its border with belarus. The government in warsaw claims that the belorussian authorities a pushing migrants in poland direction. There's also the added problem of upcoming military exercises led by russia but opposition politicians have pushed back against poland's move saying it's disproportionately tough joining me. Now from warsaw is johanna chin guy. Who's a political journalist for reuters. Good morning jonah. Morning just tell us. What's the situation. So currently poland had been well parts have been in a date of emergency since last thursday at the border right. Now there's a lot of military they're they're continuing to build a border fence And media and ngos are no longer allowed to be in that. Three radius of epa parts of the border. Do we know as a result of the fact that we have a media blackout on this but do not see what's happening. It's difficult to tell for that exact reason because there's no longer media on border her. Most of the time at there was basically ngo that was stationed at part of the border. Where thirty two migrants. Who are stuck. And they were giving daily reports about the situation and now that stopped so it's much more difficult to tell what's going

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A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

The World and Everything In It

02:04 min | 3 months ago

A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

"In august twenty twenty protesters took to the streets in belarus following a presidential election. There that almost no one trusted but more than a year after that the man often referred to as europe's last dictator alexander lukashenko remains in power and opposition leaders fed lonard seek sky is still in exile in lithuania with top officials in her political party sentenced to prison just yesterday. Even though observers say seeking of sky was the rightful winner of that election. So where do things stand now. And how are christians faring. World's european correspondent jenny lynn schmidt reports in the years since protests filled. The streets of many belarussians watched in dismay as the nation's troubles faded from the international spotlight. That changed in may when alexander lukashenko forced a flight from greece to lithuania to land in belarus authorities boarded. The plane arrested opposition journalist. Remind pro to save sage and his girlfriend sofia so paige and threw them in jail. The european union and the united states quickly imposed sanctions lukashenko retaliated by releasing migrants across the border into the eu. Hannah luebbe cova is a journalist from minsk and a fellow with the atlantic council. The regime came up with this idea to bring migrants from iraq or other countries to belarus. And then help them to cross the border authorities. Lithuanian poland have reported seeing belarussian guards. Forcefully push migrants into their countries last week. Poland declared a state of emergency for two provinces as more than thirty. Two hundred migrants tried to cross from belarus illegally. Well of course it was revenge from look. Shane pick you wanted to. This is the situation. You wanted to artificially create a crisis on the border with boroughs. But luke says that means western sanctions are working. Lukashenko's recent release. A few political prisoners is another sign. Baluba cova says the sanctions have loopholes. That be closed

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What is the Atvidaberg Sun Cannon?

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:25 min | 3 months ago

What is the Atvidaberg Sun Cannon?

"Some cannons have been around since the sixteen hundreds some of them were used on ships. The position of the sun triggered them to fire at almost exactly twelve. Pm so everyone on board would know what time it was in the seventeen hundreds. You might also have heard a son cannon in fancy park in england or france or even on a large estate where they were used to signal lunchtime in fact when son cannons were in style throughout the seventeen eighteen hundreds most of them were owned by european nobility and that how a son canon ended up in a small town in rural sweden the sun cannon in all to the body has its own tower. It's up on top of a hill and it looks like a fifteen foot tall version of a rook. That chess piece. that looks like a little castle. it's round made out of brick and there's a long narrow slot carved into the south facing side. It's been here since eighteen fifty three and it was built by the local barron and his family. The all those fats. These days it's cared for by a team of volunteers who call themselves the sun cannon club there a delightful gang of retired people who've taken responsibility for preserving the town's history but the whole organization is totally unpretentious and they're a little loosey-goosey when it comes to the foggy lor surrounding basan cannon but at least three different people including my grandmother told me this story back in the mid eighteen hundreds the barron and his wife took a trip to paris. Supposedly the baroness who was born. A commoner was terrified of boats so instead of making the relatively short trip across the baltic to mainland europe. They'd spent somewhere between two and three years. Travelling to france in a horse and carriage by finland latvia with wayne lia poland. You get the idea. I was able to verify almost none of the story. But i'm told somewhere between one and two kids were born on the way from sweden to france and when the family finally made it there and saw the sun cannon in a garden they thought would be kind of fun to have one of those to fire off parties back at home.

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"Them as an adult now that with that was a completely different thing beautiful books collections collections of when he went to the olympics here in nineteen fifty six collections of australian stamp collections. All the things which may him up as a as a complex intellectual person. But the two things that i discovered. Were quite shocking to me shocking. Because i didn't know about them. And i thought he told me everything and he must have forgotten to tell me. I made as things. Because i was in poland at the time. We're always busy. Oh hey was important. The time and one of those things was a diary which hey roach day. By day diary account which started on the days before his departure from germany after the war it was the diary of his voyage to australia essentially. And when i say that it sounds boring because so many hundreds of thousands of migrants went through these voyages. And i thought initially that the diary which was painstakingly hand written a very small exercise book i turned off since transcribed it and and and translated ish. I realized doing that. This was much more than just a boring day to day. Account of a journey was all of it was representative from me of not only him. Or he's hopes and dreams and history from before and during and then after the war. But he's hopes for the future of coming to this country of having decided and being accepted as a migrant to this country and intricacies of what an involved in avoid that would essentially take almost two june july two months. I guess a voyage that created an almost mythical entity of this ship kuba facie. He describes it almost as if it were a living thing as it battles through the storms and tropical hate and so on and the relationships that were head on that ship that he had with the australian officials on board and he had with the polls on board as you said. Your dad was an older man when he became your father. These humor's a much younger man. Did you recognize this person. And their hopes and dreams and their experiences. Was it like the dad you knew. Or how do you become very different. By the time you came along yeah it was like the dad. I knew when i was young. And he was young my mind of course because there was so much he did with us. But i'd forgotten about this dad. You know he was thirty five when he wrote this diary. And i had really. I hadn't really known him then and had he showing me remember to to dig it out for me. Show it to me out of love to talk about it. We would have asked him out of asked him questions. You know like questions about in this in this diary you could repeatedly ask god to be allow you to go back to poland soon and it was over forty years before you could go back. I mean were you happy. Was it okay. This sounds so staubach and so tragic to me you all alone and you were going towards hope in a way but it wasn't wasn't worth it was your life with it. I guess these are the questions we all wanna ask. Are deceased parenting. Who if we will close to them. What other journal did you find christina in your study last year one of the most shocking things for me was finding the diary. It wasn't actually a day to day. Account was like he's overview of his his marriage to his first wife because in his voyage diary he intimates. He's coming to someone special to someone specially in australia. And i realized then writing his journal about his first marriage that he was referring to his first wife who had come just a few months before him to australia but come on the proviso that they were a family group. It was almost impossible for women to come single women with children..

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"Initially i would get very excited and push people almost because i'm very passionate and i'm pushy and in terms of saying wow this is amazing should we continue it and sometimes people just slow down and say actually. We've got enough now. I feel like saying. But what is things way. Would slow down with a pullback there are elements of some family histories where some family secret is known but not talked about and for example if say a man or a woman had a family before the war in poland but left pollen after the war. The family thought that they would did in poland and they formed a new family in australia or america or whatever and that family is kind of has a niggling feeling that that that happened but when it comes down to it know sometimes i'll get an email saying i'd really like to get in touch with his family and i say are you sure because we've learned the hard way to be very certain of this because when we are able to get in touch with family and the non-polish family overseas doesn't get in touch with them. It's incredibly hurtful. So i make sure that before. We take any steps that that person is really ready to take the step of communicating not communicating once. But keeping up that communication. And sometimes i get a sense that people just aren't ready for this and not not because they're lazy but because that takes a great commitment to acknowledge that you have say half siblings brings in poland was reasonably common. That people would leave behind a family in poland and start again on the wouldn't say it was common but i can now after you know however many years of doing this. I can say that i've had tens of examples of this. If a client comes to me today and says my father. My grandfather came here after the war. He was born in. Say nineteen fifteen where the family tells me. There was no contact nollet as nothing from poland or to..

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:14 min | 3 months ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"Terms of saying wow this is amazing should we continue it and sometimes people just slow down and say actually. We've got enough now. I feel like saying. But what is things way. Would slow down with a pullback there are elements of some family histories where some family secret is known but not talked about and for example if say a man or a woman head a family before the war in poland but left pollen after the war. The family thought that they would did in poland and they formed a new family in australia or america or whatever and that family is kind of has a niggling feeling that that that happened but when it comes down to it know sometimes i'll get an email saying i'd really like to get in touch with his family and i say are you sure because we've learned the hard way to be very certain of this because when we are able to get in touch with family and the non-polish family overseas doesn't get in touch with them. It's incredibly hurtful. So i make sure that before we take any steps that that person is really ready to take the step of communicating and non communicating once. But keeping up that communication. And sometimes i get a sense that people just aren't ready for this and not not because they're lazy but because that takes a great commitment to acknowledge that you have say half siblings brings in poland was reasonably common. That people would leave behind a family in poland and start again on the wouldn't say it was common but i can now after you know however many years of doing this. I can say that i've had tens of examples of this. If a client comes to me today and says my father. My grandfather came here after the war. He was born in. Say nineteen fifteen where the family tells me. There was no contact nollet as nothing from poland or to. Paula automatically. Get suspicious now. Because i have my unexperienced i mean. My father had nothing to hide..

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"poland" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"poland" Discussed on Conversations

"The communications that were possible and the context that will possible and ask the question. What was the reaction of paul's non-jewish poles to the warsaw ghetto. And how did they help and hinder jews. And i ended up interviewing many people of course looking at archives as well but i was privileged enough to interview witnesses. Oh this my father. My father became proud of me. I guess from my work after a few years later you just set up your company lost histories well for my phd research. I was in poland. One of the. I feel guilty. And i think i will until i finished. Phd still haven't even all the research. Sorry for bringing it up. No that's okay. My father died without me being a doctor. And it's just another part of guilt. Feel that any. I was doing my phd researching poll and in my supervisor. Mark baker us to stay on and do the research for his forthcoming book about his parents. And i stayed on for a year longer. And that you know. I've just been doing our races from my town of my but for mark i ended up traveling all over poland and into the ukraine as well because those ason territories used to be polish and great adventures but an amazing discoveries as well he he ended up publishing. A book called the fiftieth guide about his parents which became a bestseller and win that was published. I think ninety six people would come up to him and say. Hey i want my parents school records. How how'd he get. And he would say ring christina and people would call me and i'd say okay sure we'll let me just right right. Your letty sign it and send it to the you know this district who became a flight. Eventually i was working at uni then and i started off histories because i had to form a little business from this to make official and it started off with just a tiny little research bureau which case it's still ease..

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UK, US Warn of 'Imminent' Terrorist Attack at Kabul Airport

Mornings on Maine Street

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

UK, US Warn of 'Imminent' Terrorist Attack at Kabul Airport

"Americans still waiting to be evacuated from Afghanistan where they're growing warnings of possible terrorist plots. The White House says. From three a.m. yesterday to three AM today about 13,400 people were evacuated from Afghanistan. British, French and Danish militaries have given stark warnings about the security situation at the Kabul airport, where evacuations are taking place. The British Armed Forces minister told the BBC today that there is quote very credible reporting of an imminent attack at the airport. Poland and Belgium have already ended their evacuations boxes. Tony T Powers Canada, also announcing its ended evacuations and

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Poland Halts Afghan Airlift Over Safety as US Deadline Looms

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Poland Halts Afghan Airlift Over Safety as US Deadline Looms

"An official says Poland has ended its evacuations from Afghanistan as the clock ticks down or dramatic western efforts to help people flee a bullish official says a group of people taken from Kabul who are now in respect to stomp all the lost evacuated by Poland I think the nation made his decision to not to continue operations off to consulting with the U. S. and British officials president Joe Biden declared he's sticking to his August thirty one deadline for completing the American put out as of the Taliban insisted he must that ramps up pressure on an already risky airlift to get out as many people as possible in the coming days I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Rudy Atallah's Response to Trump's Speech to Warsaw, Poland

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Rudy Atallah's Response to Trump's Speech to Warsaw, Poland

"You give us just your your response to the president's question from warsaw. Well god bless him first of all for making his speech. I mean i. I just i just loved that. The here's my take. unfortunately today A lot of christians are christians in and i put in quotes They are not practicing christians. They don't understand. Christianity they don't understand the message of christ and therefore they're simply christians on paper but they're not really strong believers. We have that in almost every faith and islam. You see that in judaism you see that and so on so forth. These are people that are more worldly and and the west can't stand up but the west has lost. Its course if you don't know where you come from. How could you know where you need to go. Essentially christians don't know where they originally came from. That's why i pushed so hard to elevate the true. Christians are the the the christians that currently reside in the middle east. At least the ones that. I've been standing with the faith and being persecuted for their faith to show true. Christianity truly is and say. Look you know as christians as believers in christ. We need to understand. Exactly what the word of god says. What what we need to stand for. For example i use it all the time from proverbs. Twenty four that. If somebody is jailed or get him going to be put to death. We have a duty to go out there and rescue them. We have a duty to go out there and save them. We have to stand with our brothers and sisters who are being persecuted. But when i talked to say westerners whether they're from europe or from here from our country oftentimes they kind of look at me and say well. It's not happening in my backyard. So i understand yes. My heart goes to them. But there's not much. I can do like well you know. That's a cop out because your duty is to stand by those that are being

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Fritz Haber: The Best and Worst Chemist in History

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Fritz Haber: The Best and Worst Chemist in History

"The half of all the crops in the world today are fertilized by. Fertilizers created via the fiber process. With over one hundred million tonnes produced via this method every year. It's hard to stress. Just how important. The fiber process is literally. Our modern world couldn't exist and the lives of billions of people depend on it for taba was awarded the nobel prize in chemistry in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for his work in this area. Despite the incredible benefits to humanity of the harbor process is nobel prize was controversial. That reason had to do with the other side of fritz harbor. If helping to feed the world was his best side than what he did. Next was his worst despite being born jewish. In what is today. Poland harbor very much identified as german. He converted from judaism to lutheranism primarily to help his academic career when world war one broke out. Harbor enthusiastically supported the german. 'cause he was one of ninety three academics who signed a document called the manifesto of the ninety three here are the first sentences of the manifesto quote as representatives of german science and art we hereby protests to the civilized world against the lies and calamities. A which are enemies are endeavouring to stain the honor of germany in her hard struggle for existence in a struggle that has been forced upon her. The iron mouth of events has proved the untruth of the fictitious german defeats consequently misrepresentation and colony are all the more eagerly at work as heralds of truth. We raise their voices against these claims. Unquote hubbard joined the army and was promoted to the rank of captain. He was then assigned to be the head of the chemistry section of the ministry of war. It was fritz. Harbor who almost singlehandedly was responsible for the use of chemical weapons in world war one.

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The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer or Victim of a Patriarchal Society?

We Saw the Devil

02:28 min | 3 months ago

The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer or Victim of a Patriarchal Society?

"So that brings us to bet battery or elizabeth bathroom for us english-speakers which i will be referring her to for the remainder of the episode after a literally limitless number of films plays poems and books have been written about her. She is also known. As the blood countess lady dracula and the blood lady of qatif ish. She's been given countless nicknames. Just based on what she was suspected of doing and i use the word suspected in h. One and bold formatting but what she actually a victim of the patriarchal culture of her time or was she just really one of the most vicious and bloodthirsty female serial killers with ever lived. I mean that's kind of polar opposites there right. Elizabeth bathroom was born on august. Seventh fifteen sixty on her family's estate in hungary now they were a very powerful protestant family. Calvin est actually and they were one of the most prominent families in the entirety of eastern europe. Her father and mother. Baron george the six by three and baroness on bathroom respectively. More or less controlled its own miniature kingdom within hungary which consisted of modern. Day transylvania in romania. Her uncle. stephen bathroom was the king of poland. So they were. In fact the most well-connected as was the custom at the time royalty sometimes married within their own families. I mean everyone knows the inbreeding jokes. Right so generational inbreeding elizabeth's mother and father were actually first cousins. Both from the bathroom side of the family. This could actually potentially explain why she was plagued with health problems throughout her life but especially during her childhood and fun fact. Elizabeth bathroom is actually remotely related. To vlad the third via marriage whom many of you know as dracula himself vlad the impaler but as a child elizabeth would have epileptic seizures. She was frequently ill and she would reportedly go into fits of white hot rage on a dime. Very little is actually known about her childhood but the urban legend and myth has seemingly just multiplied taken on a life of its own throughout the years. I it was reported that her uncle taught her satanism and witchcraft. Then it was a satanic doctor who attempted to treat her epilepsy with healthy blood. Taken from the peasants apply to elizabeth's forehead via a piece of their own

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Why Are Jews the Most Enthusiastic Group About Deconstruction?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Why Are Jews the Most Enthusiastic Group About Deconstruction?

"You tell me though that in a religious tradition which has such an emphasis on things that are passed down undoing customs and meals and even names that existed thousands of years before. Why is it that that group seems at times we most enthusiastic about deconstruction charlie. You're getting one of my biggest pet peeves nov life. I would say. I have been frustrated by this question for virtually since high school i. I identified as someone right of center. Broadly speaking i in like seventh and eighth grade a. basically since high school. I've just been utterly baffled by this. I mean obviously like immense amount of ink has been spilled on this very quiet and lots of books have been written about the look the short answer that i can give. Is that most american jews today. you know we're in the twenty one are frankly a hundred years no more than one hundred twenty eight hundred twenty five years removed from their ancestors from the great ellis island immigration wave right Meeting speak personally here. I mean You know my My grandparents mostly came then immigration wave They grew up in those traditional like low. Recite tenements in new york city My grandfather my father side was an immigrant from poland. Kind of work. The graveyard shift overnight six days a week in deep in the heart of brooklyn so there was this scrappy kind of working class mentality. That kind of Naturally inured itself kind of fdr style. Welfare-state liberalism i guess. You would say i. And i think just kind of subsequent generations of jews especially obviously the less orthodox the less religious just imbibed. This like it was mother's

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Belarus Sprinter Feels Safe, Looks to Future in Poland

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Belarus Sprinter Feels Safe, Looks to Future in Poland

"The Belarusian Olympic sprinter who has found refuge in Poland to avoid punishment at home for her criticism for team officials at the Tokyo games says she hopes to focus on how to keep up the world class and running Kerry and speaking in an interview they also said president big center Washoe casino some use guy yeah so she has already I was Polish officials to help resume training the twenty four year old run S. as her life changing one the day when she was barred to compete in the Olympics the drama began after a super nice guy criticized her team officials saying on Instagram that she was put in the four times four hundred relay even though she has never raced in the event I am a serious Shockley

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Protesters Attack Polish Police After Man's Death in Custody

The Sean Hannity Show

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Protesters Attack Polish Police After Man's Death in Custody

"Have thrown stones, bricks and other objects at a police station in a western Poland town in anger over the recent death of a man in police custody. Polish media reported that about 200 people gathered Sunday and From police headquarters in the town of Lubin. At one point about 30. People stormed the building and police used tear gas on them. It comes after a video emerged of three officers who used physical force on a man who later died at a hospital.

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I've read <Speech_Female> about a woman <Speech_Female> who knitted right <Speech_Female> lightning in <Speech_Female> front of the polish <Speech_Female> embassy in london. <Speech_Female> She basically <Speech_Female> sat down <Speech_Female> on the steps <Speech_Female> and knitted <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> i also <Speech_Female> wanted to <Speech_Female> mention. 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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I think i feel i decide. Hey eric which is his name. Hey eric leave us alone and my favorite one. Let's overthrow the government. And let's go. Mike love when the protests in post nine. I spoke to cash and her friend. I asked him about the language and what they thought about it. The black protest was the first step. We want to do it in a peaceful and quiet and cultural way however. Our government is not allowing us to do that so now. It's it's finished it's done. I also think that no one should be angry with us. Women or us in a bad way because if mice around with women nuts the outcome and also apart from that at the parliament. Mr coaching ski is calling us in such situa- so it's not like they can do whatever they want. And we found so far biggest. Protest took place on thirtieth ctober in warsaw the capital city so around hundred thousand people marching alone back in two thousand sixteen kaczynski was forced to back down from the proposal of criminalize. Anyone seeking abortion this time. Though there is a sense that the ultra-right government wants to humiliate women and put him down to the role of a living coffin. I spoke with oscar. Who participated in the protest in twelve. The protest i have attended so a lot of people. People are furious that the government is trying to restrict women's right and treat us as unthinking things who do not have any will power nor emotions for a twelve is really angry. And we'll fight till the end. We aswan can not give up on our fundamental human rights at a protest and post nine to a girl who brought a flag of the european union with her. I asked her why she did that. And please be worth. I recorded this interview when surrounded by a lot of motorbikes. That were making often and i will explain about the motorbikes. And a couple of seconds when poland was joining the eu. I was tend to five years old. I was just about to graduate from university. And.

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"You're listening to women making waves. The polish government sudden move to implement a very divisive court ruling that demands abortions become illegal irrespective of cases. Were a fetus is diagnosed with a serious and irreversible birth defect has generated anger and protests on a huge scale. This has taken the government. By surprise we asked women making waves. Contributary cashier bosniak. Who lives in poland to send us a report on the protests. She sent this powerful account explaining the reasons behind the protest and the language the women are using to express their fury the sound of anger and frustration. This is war shouts. The crowd gathered at the liberty square in nine and midwest poland. I'm kosovo snack. And welcome to the sedition women making waves where i present a report on the pro abortion and anti governmental protests. That have been taking place in poland for over two weeks now. Polish woman supported by husbands partners families and friends and by one. Another of course took to the streets to protest against a near total ban on abortion. Poland's already restrictive abortion laws. Would under the law proposed by the constitution tribunal ban abortions. For reasons of fetal abnormality the tribunal declared the violate the polish constitution. This statement as you can imagine. 'cause the huge unrest in poland and beyond regardless of the pandemic protesters search onto the streets and demand a complete rethink of abortion laws in poland. But they also campaign against the ruling party strongly supported by the catholic church. I've spoken with dr stanley bill. Senior lecturer in police studies and director of the poli- studies program at the university of cambridge. Stanley is the founder and editor at large of notes from poland and independent news outlet about poland has spent more than ten years living in poland. We spoke about political reasons behind it. This was simply something that was always coming. Despite the fact that kaczynski knows at the majority of polish society is opposed to any change to the abortion law. It was coming because of promises made effectively to very conservative allies in the church and very conservative members of his party. So this is an issue that in fact he's been postponing for years but very important allies of his who supported his party supported. His presidential candidate helped to get them elected in the church and particularly in the very conservative parts of the church And it's payback time..

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"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"You're listening to women making waves. The polish government sudden move to implement a very divisive court ruling that demands abortions become illegal irrespective of cases. Were a fetus is diagnosed with a serious and irreversible birth defect has generated anger and protests on a huge scale. This has taken the government. By surprise we asked women making waves. Contributary cashier bosniak. Who lives in poland to send us a report on the protests. She sent this powerful account explaining the reasons behind the protest and the language the women are using to express their fury the sound of anger and frustration. This is war shouts. The crowd gathered at the liberty square in nine and midwest poland. I'm kosovo snack. And welcome to the sedition women making waves where i present a report on the pro abortion and anti governmental protests. That have been taking place in poland for over two weeks now. Polish woman supported by husbands partners families and friends and by one. Another of course took to the streets to protest against a near total ban on abortion. Poland's already restrictive abortion laws. Would under the law proposed by the constitution tribunal ban abortions. For reasons of fetal abnormality the tribunal declared the violate the polish constitution. This statement as you can imagine. 'cause the huge unrest in poland and beyond regardless of the pandemic protesters search onto the streets and demand a complete rethink of abortion laws in poland. But they also campaign against the ruling party strongly supported by the catholic church. I've spoken with dr stanley bill. Senior lecturer in police studies and director of the poli- studies program at the university of cambridge. Stanley is the founder and editor at large of notes from poland and independent news outlet about poland has spent more than ten years living in poland. We spoke about political reasons behind it. This was simply something that was always coming. Despite the fact that kaczynski knows at the majority of polish society is opposed to any change to the abortion law. It was coming because of promises made effectively to very conservative allies in the church and very conservative members of his party. So this is an issue that in fact he's been postponing for years but very important allies of his who supported his party supported. His presidential candidate helped to get them elected in the church and particularly in the very conservative parts of the church And it's payback time..

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Soldiers from Poland some activists from Poland polish teachers and people were actually bringing positivity to the nation. Yeah, basically killed them all. So it's yeah, but it's quite a big. Yeah, I mean but it's it's one of those things that needs to be known. So, hopefully something like that can never happen again. Definitely that that's a big blemish huge scar of humanity that Yeah should never happen again to get onto something more lighthearted Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus. Yeah, how about you said well so you can yeah, I think you're ready to move to Poland. I think you got this, you know, let's do it. Let's do it. Welcome home. That's no explain that to me. But so you don't have snoozed Ingles right know like I it's just like why it's like it's hard to understand for me means then goes dead. It's in the in approval from what I remember. Yeah. It's in the Pro. So you basically she was single sisters. Basically get wet like yeah, some water pistols are some I don't know anything and you feel water and you just splash it off with the water. So it's just too I mean know there's just so have fun. Yeah to have some Childish time. It is like you got celebrated during Easter, correct? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah see here in the states. We do, you know Easter egg hunts, you know little plastic eggs filled with candy. We did not like we don't grab a whole bunch of water balloons water, you know pistols water buckets. That's not a that's not what I do. Now. It sounds fun and I guarantee if I asked my son if he wanted to get some water water guns. He'd like, yeah. Yeah all for it. But I know that is not something we have here. See I'm surprised like wage Why not doing it because it's so much fun. I'd this is like you should you know do it you should introduce this smooth dyngle's to your friends over their own lives. I I'm all water fights are fun. So I'm all for me and my wife when we got married we kind of sort of did that in a sense we did cuz we got married this year during during everything. Appreciate it. Thank you. We we had original plans like up in the mountains off in front of a waterfall. We had the kind of cancel that right. So a friend of mine kind of literally in about 24 hours put together something real quick in her family farm and we we went out and made it official right after that though. We got water balloons and threw them phone number..

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"And yeah, you should definitely come visit was nine and then of course after polling was nice number one wage. We've got our capital city were so which is the biggest city in Poland Poland and they also have some nice places and people are amazing. Also, of course is the most International City and and Poland there are a lot of international students there. Okay, so you definitely will feel like home and then the third city is crackle, which is very historical part. So if your life she said she mentioned to you then you should definitely go and visit crackle after pausing. Yeah. I absolutely love museums architecture public sculpture stuff like that nature cuz there's definitely one thing another thing that I've noticed since doing these episodes with people from around off. Is you know America's been here a few hundred years as our country anyways America, so we don't have like ol architect. We don't you know, we've been here that long over there in in Europe and UK in general just that side of the world in general are been people living their building homes and houses for thousands and thousands of years civilizations Empires, you know, all that kind of stuff forever. So in any country, you could easily go up to like a building or or Castle ruin that's been standing for possibly thousands of years and we don't have that here, you know, so I'm looking at as an outside. I'm looking at that like I want to go they're they're dead. You know, I want to go all over that place and see it and just feel the history that's there, you know, cuz we don't it's like a paradise because you know, the your historical. Yep. Log history, so it's something real and a point. I'm not sure what what type of History you love the most but when it comes to second world word and we are place to go visit. Yeah, I love more of the ancient history. Oh, all right. I mean because that is I mean since we have to go there it is a big part of Poland history, you know World War Two and everything for.

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"I love pizza. I love it. And how do you like it's it starts with a z polish Pizza. Is let me let me I'm going to try and pronounce this correctly. So my bad if it's wrong, go ahead. Sepi Conkey know you don't really go and follow. Yeah. Okay. All right. It's a big thing here. It's I've yes any type of food website. I looked up for Poland. It pulled that up. And again, I love pizza. I love it. We're having it today. It's so great polish Pizza though should be has some has just one particular odd ingredient like you have your typical mates and mushrooms and obviously Cheese's you guys add something else to it. What what is that? Is it something strange it's something strange to an outsider? I'll say that well, it's not strange for me, but you can add any think to it off. Okay. Well you guys add ketchup but this is quite normal right know.

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"You gotta highlight the shit that's fucked up at the same time. It's not perfect meal countries perfect. Don't care who you are. My country is not perfect Poland's not perfect. You name a country. It's not perfect. Don't care. That doesn't mean you can't take pride in your country. If anything if you highlight like hey, you know, I love where I'm from. I Love the country I live in but if we could fix these, you know, we have issues that need to be addressed resolved and corrected. It will make us an even better cut for everybody and same how you know, you're speaking over there about you know the dog Old-fashioned individuals think in a certain way we have that helped kind of have a big issue with that going on right now. I don't know how much of American News is is mentioned over there, especially how we have it now with the election coming up and who but there's Master it's it's crazy is crazy, but we're kind of dealing with that again. It's always been a thing but it seems be because the mess that this year has been out for everybody. It's getting highlighted a lot more in spoken about a lot more than it would have which is good because it's it's kind of like you said, you know, I think we all know of the issues that are going on. But until it's brought up and spoken about you know, the fact that you know it but like okay. Yeah, and you kind of like sweep it under the rug you're not going to do anything like it's going to stay the same. It has to get out in the open. It has to be spoken about mentioned, you know and ways and it needs to be addressed essentially. Yeah. Yeah, I agree totally with you. I think that the problem with responds that it hurts still a big part of the country It's just sometimes influencing can some decision-making things. Yeah, just not necessary good think because I think there should be separation between the government and the religion. Oh, yeah, no matter what region it is. Oh, yeah, and you know the the current government whose leading now those off Conservatives and they're really strongly Support Division of Christianity as main, you know filler of of Poland. Yeah so long, you know, I there are some parts which I totally don't agree with like because I'm not sure how old as in the USA. But the point when it comes to Christianity people have a Clear Vision about the roles of genders like for giving a birth or yeah those children cooking cleaning think doing everything for the husband while husband is working for the family and this is like sometimes really really meeting them because you know, some guys they're telling me that you should do this and not that because it says in the Bible like this, yeah. So I have a problem. And also the homophobic hm fraction of yeah all this is like really disgusting. I don't understand this hate this right on the line for me. Now. I understand that over in here. It's I wouldn't say it's as bad as it used to be. We definitely still have that like the whole gender-role thing like you were saying like the women, you know cook clean all that kind of stuff. That's not as in my opinion not as prominent as it used to be. But it is still there. There are still individuals that probably think that way for sure. I don't think it's as bad as it used to be home. If I'm thirty years old and I can I can tell there's been a fair amount of change in the right direction. Okay, we're not where we should be obviously..

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

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"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Welcome everybody by the reds ramblings I will meet today Morgan Yanukovych from over in. Poland. She's a human rights activist woman tech global ambassador as well as many other things. than go ahead, tell everybody a little bit about yourself. Yeah Hello Everyone as you said, already on the human rights activists soon, that's what I do us main activity in my life I'm also a student I. Study it and International. Business. I'm also a global ambassador for Women Tech which is basically organization which supports women in the technological field St I am. And I also taught things such as involved in a political party called green. Party just quite just getting quite big in Europe. Gilson Evident USA and I'll get in big but we do have it. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm also involved in some activities to support of minorities such as lgbtq plus community. Yeah. I was looking at your face page and it said like you studied at numerous schools and colleges and whatnot and a good fairmont them I couldn't even begin to pronounce so. I left it at what I could say. Are they want butcher the language? LETI actually I have I have. Some person that. I like changes so sometimes. I like to start total in chapter totally new country. So I asked you set already have studied in UK in Portsmouth University of Portsmouth also study it now Poland and the puzzling the university's gold collecting Davinci and stopped at international business in cool and Finland. Okay I've studied nowhere. Because I did enough in school to graduate and yes I regret it. But you know. Inverse into say this is really expensive think. But in in Europe excluding UK Free Yeah Yeah there's. There's that as well. Kim My wife goes to college now and you know the course she's taken isn't that bad but Once, she's in the medical field. Doing histology right now. And so show come back from school end studying I for tests and whatnot anonymous. Like looking down like I've tried to help her but..

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"poland" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Will see because. Unfortunately. What happens important at the moment is quite similar to what happens outer countries that are swallowed by nationalist ideology, and that is fighting against the liberal values than the West for example. So you will be pleased to know that Britain, or even the conservative British government is called Marxist in Poland. That sounds quite Crazy from. Exactly. So so in a way Ns probably lend knowledge if any think Polish organizations that work in the same vein and we tried to achieve the same things, but we can't hope that an itself can be somehow influential in Poland because by definition is liberal Western evil. But I guess the corporation should be an could be perhaps enhanced. So the polls organisms can learn from our knowledge here an excellent. Thank you very much. Thank you very much..

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"poland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Kind of Poland what do I what can I not what what is my base income that I need to generate and then from there it will look and say well earned retirement what are your fixed income you know if you have so security at or if you do have a pension you know that the higher you have yours true fixed income relative to your fixed expenses have a lot more flexibility for timing from a retirement and then it really is building out from there what do what do we have an emergency fund what we have as after tax dollars or dollars in our retirement plans and how do you have access to those with certain tax implications away and that's a big one isn't so yeah because what you're looking at is it's almost like a liquidity analysis as well absolutely making sure that you are properly diversified and you're in the right types of investments that can create lesser tax if possible you might have capital gains rates on some of your investments you would have order income tax on some if it's under a Roth distribution could be income tax free there's many other pieces that kind of fall into the different pieces there so looking at what should you spend first second third is very key and all the way back in nineteen eighty six we were doing these projections for people and now it's become a very hot topic because people are living longer and longer so they do need to plan the retirement for many more years than they might have in the past and that's going to continue to be the case some people say well my parents live to age eighty so I don't think I'm a live past eighty well what if you live to ninety or ninety five don't plan for just eighty we had one guy that came in and he had a projection from a different group and he had his retirement income was projected only till age seventy seven and he was projected it was projected at a pretty high rate of return to make it work Tel seventy seven nice as well to the other company guarantee that high return for you every year now and I said on this you have to die at seventy seven are you willing to do that to make this work look at me like you know when you put it that way I said we want a projected up to ninety five in most cases and if you live to eighty five at least we built it conservatively in case you do live to ninety five we've had some people it said ninety five is not long enough how about one oh five or one ten you have a couple without naming any names getting in trouble that are like in their upper nineties and age they just moved over to you like in their nineties really yeah we did a second opinion a few years ago for a couple first time I talked to them they were the wife was ninety one and I think the husband was ninety five and I said what is the reason for reaching out to us and they said they looked at each other they said we think we're about due for a second opinion thank you don't wait till ninety five or ninety one yeah I mean I was glad to see those people they're very it was is quite enlightening appointment and meeting and they're in pretty good shape so confirming what they were doing was what they were happy to hear that but most people can't wait for that second opinion tell them tell me yeah probably a good idea so we'll leave that task now to get that second opinion just give a call to nine five two five four four two eight three seven that's nine five two five four four two eight three seven with everything going on weekday mornings with justice Andrew on Twin Cities news talk A. M. eleven thirty and one oh three point five FM because you deserve the truth the commission society of Minnesota weather center mainly cloudy skies across the metro today with widespread showers and thunderstorms this afternoon heavy rain is possible high temps today are.

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