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"white government" Discussed on Ideas
"From all over Vietnam to crinoid cut off the tails and make the money and then let the rats go. So. It's actually a case of a perverse incentive for a government creates a policy designed to eliminate something in this case rats but winds up backfiring increasing. Whatever it is in this game more and more rats. Economists call this kind of backfire a cobra fact. That's when an attempted solution makes the problem worse. So after only three months the Great Hanoi rat hunt was officially ended leaving French authorities with little more to show for their efforts the bruised egos. Meanwhile rats and the plague carried were still an issue and this wasn't just in Hanoi. By this time, the world was in the grip of the third plague pandemic spread by rats. So the rat hunt happens in nineteen two, which is really right in the middle of the worst years of the third bubonic plague pandemic. And that, pandemic starts. It starts as an epidemic in Yunan eighteen fifties spreads to canton and Hong Kong, in eighteen nineties and that's when. The world takes note, it really becomes a pandemic meaning. It's connecting different continents in eighteen ninety. And the The reason that this disease became pandemic was because of this newly industrialized. System Maritime, transportation steamships moving so quickly and against the wind dramatically shorten shipping times around the world. The plague would go on to kill twelve million people and fuelled among other things. A wave of anti-chinese sentiment as people substitute fears about rats from. China. With mistrust of Chinese people. So that when plague breaks out in Hong Kong in eighteen ninety four. It's in cities in India. Just a few years later in. It's Honolulu in eighteen, ninety nine. Honolulu is my hometown. So I know this story well and One of the things the white government did American allied white government is they set fire to Chinatown in the burn down on a lose Chinatown as a way to stop the disease in nineteen hundred, the disease makes it to San Francisco. So in San Francisco, the youth, his quarantine. Chinatown. And don't Let. Chinese. Out of this neighborhood and they actually talk about a quote Honolulu Solution of burning down. San. Francisco's Chinatown just like Chinatown was burnt down in Honolulu. And the rats, make it to Australia, for example, and there's was bounties put out for rats in Australia and throughout the discourse in the West it's tied to sign a phobia. It's tied June this fear and hatred of Chinese, and this is a pattern that well is still with us one hundred and twenty years later. With trump's unfortunate and really racist use of the term, flu and other races terms regarding the covid nineteen pandemic. And you know. What thing that that's just A reality. Epidemiology instead, a number of diseases do originate in China and can become epidemic pandemic. And that has everything to do with Chinese demography. Large population density people living in relatively close proximity to. Ducks and chickens and pigs migration patterns of wild birds from central southern China up to Siberia where the diseases are endemic in local ponds and wetlands that the is migratory birds go to bring them back to southern China where they can jump into domesticated animal populations can be passed on begins I mean this is this is just basic disease ecology. And China in many ways is the perfect storm just because of demographics and geography. bubonic plague pandemic, and what we see today would covid nineteen in racist. Xenophobic responses there is sort of a willful ignorance. The realities of how diseases move. And turn of blaming China China and Chinese associated Chinese bodies would disease which I think fits into a larger discourse of anti Chinese racism of yellow peril discords and really a lot of the anxiety that the west felt towards China in the era of high imperialism after the opium wars after violence of repressed in the boxer rebellion and so forth. There's a lot of anxiety about China and again disease it's tied into that anxiety. Rats aren't the only animal that can incite these anxieties by spreading disease. But as we'll explore in part to they are essential to our understanding of how animals spread disease. And is one of our most constant companions they have an important role to play. Rats really are you know one of the invasive species most tied to human movement? In the arrival of Norwegian rats in North America, we know the dates when he's rats will arrive at in roughly which ships they arrived on and the impact they have the arrival of. Invasive species of rats from southern China into southeast, Asia was important as the veterans spread of this disease. There's a historian who wrote a book on rats who called them the totem animal mcgarity because they're so tied to two important aspects of modernity. One is masturbation in big cities and the other industrialized transportation being able to move around the world on ships and railways and on. So forth. Let's return to our twenty first century alley where it's easy to see how the human history of rats still plays out in real time. Maybe next to the overflowing garbage bags their versions of the same eradication measures humans have used for centuries, traps, and poisons which the rats being new phobic meaning a fear of unfamiliar objects are largely avoiding. Or. Maybe the rats are hiding from human predators since rat bounties like the one offered in colonial Hanoi still exist recently officials in Jakarta. Indonesia offered residents a dollar fifty per dead rat. And also, like nineteenth century annoy rats are thriving in tunnels beneath our feet. Roden tallest Bobby Corrigan. So you know our sewage and still going hand in hand the answer is yes big time. So they you know the rats brain, it's a burrowing animal it wishes to go into the earth and so to this day if there's rats in a city. and. It's a modern city you know. But even if it isn't a modern city, the rats are gonna find sores and one is they'll be comfortable down there and they'll sewers and two is sewers. Channel our waste. and. It's Kinda graphic. But in our waste is food and digested food and people put things in the sewers even leftovers directly. So sewers are still to this day a major source of rats around.
"white government" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Was talented poet, but he was also allegedly a killer. Three years earlier in nineteen eighty two Benjamin was arrested for murdering a pretorious security officer named Filipa Saliba. It wasn't just a random killing in fact, celebres death was a political act planned by the African National Congress a group dedicated to fighting for black South Africans rights both Benjamin and Selecta were black but they were on two sides of a massive sociopolitical political divide to understand the situation me found himself in we must I consider the fraud struggle for civil rights in South Africa South Africa Games sovereignty from the British in nineteen ten. But a minority of white South Africans were dead set on keeping colonial racism alive. The nineteen thirteen land act made it illegal for black South Africans to be sharecroppers and divided residents of the country into racially segregated zones. The country's structural and systemic racism solidified in nineteen, forty eight with the election of the offering Connor National Party. Their Credo was apartheid, which is offering cons for the term apartments. Now, we're familiar with unjust segregation laws in the US and across the world but apartheid era systemic racism was truly vicious. South Africans were split into four categories black white, Asian, and coloured. The color distinction was applied to those who are mixed race and eventually interracial marriage was banned altogether eighty percent of South African land was reserved for the white minority while people of color were forced to carry legal passes if they entered white territory black South Africans were also effectively banned from participating in local government so they had to rely on their own political party to fight back. The African. National Congress was founded in nineteen twelve to lobby for the interests of non white. South. Africans. But the group took a revolutionary bent in the nineteen fifties and sixties by then the white government was actively slaughtering black protesters and ANC members like Nelson Mandela, knew they had to double down on their efforts in nineteen fifty five, they declared South Africa belongs to all who live in it black or white. Nineteen, fifty five was also the year that Benjamin me she was born in the minority township of Alexandra not much is known about Benjamin's childhood or his adult life other than his job as an upholster and his predilection for writing poetry. Like many others of his generation, he was outraged by the white government's cruelty and joined the ANC to fight against them by the early nineteen eighties. The ANC conducted regular guerilla attacks on local police stations. In November nineteen eighty, two, fifty, two year, old police officer Filipa celebre testified against three ANC members for their role in a series of police station attacks. The men were sentenced to death and the ANC knew they had to retaliate against SELECTA. Late One night celebre was ambushed outside his Pretoria home and murdered with an automatic weapon. Benjamin me was arrested for the murder though it's not fully clear why he was suspected other than the fact that he may have been in the area at the time of the crime and was known to support the ANC. Benjamin was placed in solitary confinement for months. During that time, he confessed to killing celebre, but he later recanted saying he'd felt pressured to confess since he had no access to legal counsel during confinement his lawyer later argued that his admission was made under duress the African. National. Congress also vouched for Benjamin's innocence they admitted to ordering celebres murder, but they insisted that it was carried out by someone else however, they did not offer an alternative suspect for authorities to investigate. According to his defenders Benjamin was not a killer, but he wasn't completely innocent either he admitted that he'd helped plan celebres death, but only because he was coerced into doing. So despite the defense's efforts Benjamin was found guilty of murder in September of nineteen eighty three, he was sentenced to death and his family knew that if they wanted to fight the sentence, they would have to look for help outside of South Africa. Next will learn about the international fight for Benjamin Malawi. Says Life. Listeners who doesn't love a good ghost story rattling chains mysteriously moving objects unfinished business I am ready for all things spooky and so is podcast network starting October. First, we're bringing you the scariest most hair raising ghost stories ever imagined every Thursday on the new original series, haunted places, ghost stories, Alistair Murdoch Summons, a new spine, tingling tale of rates, phantoms, and chilling apparitions. 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"white government" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy v Wilson and it's October sixteenth on this day in Nineteen Sixty eight Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists in protest on the winner's podium at the Olympic Games in Mexico City and the lead up to these Games Hairy Edwards head started organization called the Olympic Project for human rights. Harry Edwards had been a discus thrower and when this happened, he was working as a sociology professor, those organization called for things like more coaches and restoring Muhammad Ali's heavyweight tidal also called for banning south. Africa and Rhodesia from the Olympic Games both South Africa and Rhodesia had minority white government's operating in a state of apartheid. They also called for the replacement of International Olympic Committee president. Avery. Brundage who had been repeatedly accused of racism anti-semitism. There were threats to boycott the Olympic Games, if these demands weren't met and some athletes. Did boycott the Games. But others participated and that year in Mexico City and the two hundred meter race. Americans Tommy. Smith won the gold. Australian Peter Norman when the silver an American John Carlos won the bronze. So Smith and Carlos had helped organized the Olympic Project for human rights. They were students of Harry. Edwards. And when they went to the podium to receive their medals Smith and Carlos had their shoes off and they were wearing black socks. Each of them were one black Glove Smith also wore a scarf and Carlos were beads. And with the national anthem was playing, they raised their fists in a black power salute about their heads. The black socks were there to symbolize poverty and the scarf, and the beads were to represent the victims of lynching. When you look at pictures of this moment, Peter Norman the Australian athlete who won the silver looks almost like a bystander but he wasn't at all a bystander he was standing with them in solidarity. He was wearing a badge from the Olympic project for human rights and in addition to supporting Smith and Carlos says protest that day. was doing this to oppose racism and racist government policies in Australia where he was from. There is some debate about whose idea this protest was including between Smith and Carlos but it was norman who suggested that the two men each where one of the same pair of gloves when one of them realized that he had forgotten his altogether this was a protest by three men against segregation discrimination and racism. And their actions were immediately heavily criticized. Many people in the crowd immediately started jeering as soon as they realized what was happening Smith and Carlos were ejected from the games they were suspended from the US Olympic team. They were blacklisted from the sport once they got home, they got death threats. In the words of Brundige of the I O C quote the action of these Negroes was an insult to the Mexican hosts and a disgrace to the United States. This is at a time before Olympic athletes are generally invited to visit the White House but public relations consultant Robert mcelwain had suggested that maybe all the American medalists all of them should we invited and that was something that was ultimately declined also after returning home Smith and Carlos were tracked by the FBI Peter. Norman faced huge backlash at home as well. He was reportedly kept out of the nineteen seventy-two and Munich for having participated in this protest he was ostracized from the sport at home and he never returned to it when he died in two, thousand and six Carlos and Smith were among his pallbearers. The Australian government apologized for the treatment that Norman received in twenty twelve today. There is a statue of this moment in the Smithsonian. National Museum of African American. History, and culture in Washington DC which shows Smith and Norman and Carlos as they were on the podium that day. Thanks very much to here's some for audio work in this podcast, and you can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcasts, and wherever else at your podcasts you can tune in tomorrow for an unexpected flood. What's up everybody? We're comedy troupe Obama's other daughters and we wanted to share one of our favorite moments of our podcast you down presented by target committed to offering an elevating `black brands including black owned beauty brands is all part of targets belief in good. We can all AFFORD VISIT TARGET DOT COM to learn more I'll shoot one of my favorite moments. Were there any dates that really left an impression on you care? What's yours I wanNA know I, guess I will go with my worst this guy was like. I'm so excited to finally go on this day. He said he's GonNa take into his favorite place He picked me up to take me to go get fro. The worst part is like I was trying to like not eat icecream like trying to be healthy and I hadn't had dinner and I was weren't you hungry? Hungry I was annoyed and I was like you GonNa. Waste my time. That was one of the worst as I've been. That was the worst day you went on with a man fro. I'm just saying you live a life of privileged at. That sounds like I would take it as my worst date. Hi, I'm Katie lowes and on my podcast Katie's crab I, talk about the ups and downs of parenting with no-holds-barred here a few of my favorite moments from Katie's crib presented by target this Halloween target has introduced adaptive Harrison costumes parents of differently abled children can shop their collection to make sure their kids can express who they are and want to be for Halloween. It's all part of targets belief in God? We can all AFFORD VISIT TARGET DOT COM to learn more my girl Christabel I said to my husband and I don't want to antibiotics. If we can get this out, the baby is not sucking hard enough I need you to be a team player here and he was like gross he sits down nurses and it. Was a while I mean, it was like thirty minutes. This is very gross. He started getting the block out. He started getting his show because his exchange it's Gooey, and then he had to get a cup. He was like gagging, which I don't blame has been of the of the century Katie is now available on iheartradio apple podcasts arriver you get your podcasts. Everyone I'm Eve's welcome to this day in History Class A podcast for folks who can never have enough history knowledge. The Day was October sixteenth eighteen, thirty four. Much. Of the Palace of Westminster the home of the British parliament was destroyed in a fire. In Medieval Times. The Palace of Westminster was the main royal residence in London, and it housed the law courts and government departments. By the eighteen hundreds, the complex have been expanded and renovated so much that it had become a winding makes of passages, walls, staircases, and buildings. Members of parliament have been raising concerns about the state of their combinations for a while. So though the fire on October sixteenth eighteen, thirty four was accidental conditions in the complex were ripe for disaster. Wouldn't tally sticks were used as a form of tax receipt until eighteen, twenty six when an act prohibiting the use of tallies for record went into force. But it took years for the system to be overhauled. By eighteen thirty four, there were still tallies that needed to be thrown away. The Exchequer, a government department responsible for collecting managing taxes and revenues was tasked with getting rid of two carts full of tally stake. The clerk of works decided to have them.
"white government" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Feel their pain. You know, it is a sad, sad to lose a kid five years old. Witnesses tell the daily News. About a dozen people nearby jumped into the water trying to save him after NYPD divers went into the water yesterday. Coast Guard by boat by chopper. But they could not find the boy. The search called off last night. It is starting up again this morning. The Manhattan man wanted for brutally stabbing his girlfriend to death and leaving her body in their apartment is contacted. Police police not yet have found 33 year old Joshua Martinez was the main suspect in the death of his girlfriend, 44 year old Carol Nystrom. Her body was found Thursday. Cops say she had been dead for at least a week inside the graffiti covered apartment on West 206th Street. Now Martinez is apparently contacted police by using the crime stoppers Hotline says he wanted to end his life. Suicide by cop I'm quoting here. He says he wants to die by killing and shooting. Some police please. Now looking for him, federal agents are investing. A suspicious letter addressed to President Trump delivered to the White government official tells ABC News A suspicious envelope sent to the White House and addressed to President Trump was intercepted in the past week. A spokesperson for the F B I Washington Field office, saying in a statement that the FBI, along with the U. S Secret Service, and U S Postal Inspection Service, are investigating the tainted envelope received at a U. S government mail. Facility and also adding at this time there is no known threat to public safety. Typically, all mail is screened before going to the White House correspondent Michelle Franzen reporting more protests from New York City teachers about going back to school, A giant Grim Reaper beamed onto the building across from the Department of Education, using a projector Friday night. Messages saying things like Live or teach another sign saying We won't die for the D O a faction of the teacher's Union Mohr UFT, taking credit for the activism on Twitter wins news Time 7 25..
"white government" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So. That was Ohio and. I should know that that song. The the actual events of Kent State happened on May Fourth Nineteen. Seventy and the song was actually released in June of nineteen seventy, so the very short turnaround, so. kind of like. With I, don't like Mondays. That was released I think a couple of weeks after that event happened so that the the feelings of the song very raw very real fresh was as you mentioned that cause. We get into a couple songs later. We'll talk about sort of that aftermath of something that comes into play later, yeah! Excellent! What's next? What is next well? We are GONNA. Talk now about Nelson Mandela. The Mandela effect, not the mental effect, the man himself, and first of all before going further I think if you want you know the best picture of Nelson Mandela his book long walk to freedom is by far the best snapshot of his life I feel like I feel like you've read that several times I have I've read that one also Mandela's way, which was co authored by? which was actually written by Richard Stangl, who helps Mandela? Compile belong freedom so sort of CO author and I feel like everyone knows Nelson Mandela or at least a little bit about Nelson Mandela and the effect you're referring to was actually a misunderstanding about his passing. Nelson Mandela was well. We'll we'll. We'll WHOA. We'll for you go on. Are you about to? A strange event to me. No, no, no, just a okay well. You need to turn to our audience because I know what this is. No, no, you know what it is. Long story short there was a news article release that Nelson Mandela had died and no, no, no, no, no, no, no! No it wasn't. Him Yeah. People were called seeing his quote unquote funeral on television. When in fact, it was his birthday celebration. Correct. Yes, so Mandela's birthday and somehow people thought they were seeing funeral. which was odd? I mean the happens to me every year. People like is dead yet I'm like I'm sitting right here. Any more than you would think. So the song freeness Nelson Mandela was actually composed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four by specials, and especially one of those bands you keep hearing about the have just a robust catalogue. They were a British two tone at outfit out of Coventry England Very skopje-based Sort of roots in Punk, there of the late seventies and early eighties, and they had composed the song, which was anti-apartheid message, and especially known for a lot of works, one of which is particularly ghost town, which is targeted at prime minister. Margaret Thatcher So. We'll get into that a little bit, but they have other notable songs like monkey man gangsters too much too young, and of course the one we are now speaking of Nelson Mandela no free free. Nelson Mandela I should say it ended up being a top ten hit in the UK, for the specials in Nineteen eighty-four, and it became sort of an anthem for the anti-apartheid movement. Now for those you may not be familiar with. The apartheid movement it was the suppression of the Native Black People in South America by the White Government so very tumultuous time to be sure, and Mandela was actually. Instrumental in the radical end of that moving in fact, he was vilified by his own government. And therefore thrown into prison where he was on Robben. Island for I have the exact number right here I think he was there for twenty seven years. In prison, wrongly by government, who basically just want him in prison, so this message by the specials was geared precisely towards it, and became sort of an anthem against this segregations movement in South Africa, which started all the way back in the nineteen fifties so Mandela who was actually originally guerilla fighter was in nineteen, sixty, four along with the other leaders of his party. The African National Congress. Congress and was consequently thrown into prison, and he was originally given a life sentence, but thankfully that was ended after twenty seven years and rope, and he was released from Rhode Island and South Africa. Can you okay I? Know that? We take a lot of the things that we have over here for granted, but could you be? Could you imagine being thrown into prison for your personal beliefs? Wrongly accused. Of something and spent twenty seven years not even able to fight your case. He, couldn't he didn't have to stand on. The government took everything away from him. It's insanity it's. Scary to think that that you know. We do take I can go on twitter and say I hate someone and I have that right? And other countries don't have that and I think we. We take a lot of our freedoms for granted, but. You know it's. So scared I think now the silver to all this was while Mandela was imprisoned the movement that he was spearheading actually thrived, and this anti apartheid movement actually grew while he was in prison, and he continued to work against part tied as he came out of president, was eventually working in the South African government, and however, when this was going on, the government resisted, and they were boycotting performances in South Africa, so they were limiting what people could see and have exposure to. Now Jerry Damas of the special actually wrote Free Nelson Mandela. and. He later admitted that when he wrote a, he knew very little about it. Jerry Damas was quoted saying I'd never actually heard of Nelson Mandela although I knew a lot about the anti-apartheid movement, and he was becoming figurehead for that whole movement. So the year after this. Is when Sun, city is going to come out, which is saying collected a collection of artists that got together, and basically wrote another protest song about how they wouldn't play Cincinnati because they had the apartheid so continue, it wasn't queen attached something some way, shape or form. A queen actually broke that. Okay, so they're doing. overloading. Queen Played City when other people were. Varel testing and it was Peter, Wolf, Kurtis Blow Pat Benet. Tar Ruffin Eddie Kendricks Joey Ramone Jimmy Cliff, Daryl, hall re Jackson, Browne Bob Dylan, and a ton of other people John oates. Run DMC Bonnie Raitt Bano of correspondent was there. Of course on that, that's unsteady. I didn't include that, but I felt like it was. This is a good extension of Sun City. It is and I think the point to take away here. Is that the movement? Mandela was at the front of sort transcended his name. People knew. who he was because of the movement. Right. and. It did climb up. The charts in the UK and everyone thought that was a very good thing. In fact, veteran, DJ and broadcaster Paul Gambaccini said the song was as effective in educating people about Mandela whose reputation was low in the west at the time again. No one was entirely sure about who he was. The just knew he was part something important. And Gambaccini was later quoted saying now we have this sainted vision of Mandela. But at the time Thatcher treated him like a terrorist, so to release a record about someone whom you're prime minister considers a terrorist terrorist is quite brave. So the specials were not only commenting on a very controversial issue. They were doing it from their home country..
"white government" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"Listening to the conservative circus, I am your ringmaster. James t harass you know what? President trump is working best when he's doing when he when he's that plate spinner. Got A coup- couple of different plates going same time. We take away, plates is down one. Is You get stuck? President, trump has been spending some plates though. And even though the polls have him down right now, I think that the there's going to be a quick turnaround. A once people start to focus on getting back to to life again and finding out how much things have changed beyond a beyond covert? How the president has keeped many of his promises. I mean when you talk about You know the compare She's a contrast. What President Trump has done? For the American people and more specifically for for Americans of African descent is just undeniable. At all the left has is the emotionally charged race card. But there had been other things at the president. President has accomplished while we'd been distracted. On the US border. The. Crossing over have have the the amount has reduced so much so that our regular holding facilities are like maybe three quarters full. Part of the reason that has happened is because Mexico has cracked down on illegal immigration on their southern border and has been policing the northern border. President trump use code that you know how you know rahm Emanuel. Never you gotta take advantage of a crisis president trump. He did just that. And the groundwork had been laid before the Cova crisis happened. Do you remember all of the caravans coming across? Do you remember? We don't have that anymore. A what happened today magically just stopped coming now. The covert has wreaked havoc Plata these things were laid in place, and during the pandemic, the government did not stop working. The trump administration did not stop working and. Mexican government is on board. Now you know you if you want to apply for asylum, you have to stay in Mexico until you have a court date. As good as all of this is. We need to get the house back when House back to the weekend in code these these orders into law. The. President is also really put a dent in the drug trade. Now the the cartels can't bring drugs across that southern border, so they've taken to try and get into America from from from the sees. Last, week we had one of the largest seizures. Of Illegal Drugs. In a very long time, and they were, they were caught on these boats trying to get into America that's the trump administration. As far as I'm concerned. That's. winning. Money on. Every. Everybody. It's too much winning anything. But there's more. Did you know that? The United States. is now active in the in the polar regions of the planet. Leave developed a polar icebreaking fleet scored to be inaction by twenty twenty-nine. And this fleet is in response to the Russian aggression. The Russians are trying to take the polls for energy search. It artist kind of stuff. President trump doesn't want them dominates, so he's on the move. We were returning to the baron. See for the first time in thirty years. Other presidents had an opportunity to do it, but they didn't. President trump has. Trump, has appealed Obama Biden Echo, nut expansion of of the Federal Lands Western states and in a marine expansion. They said it all down a sanctuary. It's taken a couple of years to get it done. But. Now. Waters off the coast of Maine. have been reopened to fishing. And the federal government, this is huge. They've turned their land management back over to to Alaska C. Day took over all decisions about the wildlife were made in Washington DC not in Alaska well under trump. He's returned it to Alaska. And now, wildlife decision and management is made by Alaskans. Return Hunters, rights. States rights. Given up. Control to the point, where even Lisa Murkowski was like wow. Thank you, Mr President. And the last big winning thing here is at the CBO. Congressional Budget Office. Is Giving credit to president trump for getting the stimulus out fast. The Cova payments have gone out faster than usual than the white government used to handle it. Again This is further examples of president trump. Winning I do. Every. Day. It's two bucks winning data. So this president is still working on behalf of the American people. This president has always worked on behalf of the American people. He's not gonNA. Get any credit for this. The Democrats certainly not GonNa, talk about this. You. Know the media. They decided they're not. GonNa talk about anything positive that this president does adver again. Yet he continues to work on behalf of the people keeping his promises and trying to check off. That campaign list. We're going to talk about more. What took place at the funeral yesterday for George Floyd? That's coming up.
"white government" Discussed on Get Lost Life
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So that is how the white government. While in so you talked about the Bethel project in it being organization to help women in terms of education being the key purpose behind escaping poverty. He tells a little bit more about that. Yang. I can see to know justify coaching cycle forward to, you know that the and their menu from initiatives to, though, that, that I'm at a movie based, we'd cushions when John-Paul with ride personal hygiene products to school go over the, the left to say, sometimes they for that respect time of the month the, the. The council for young children for young Oh, know. no. They of tackling the families of probably unemployment all the food to eat, and we supplied hygiene product equity, and they also provide through sitting for students to know having difficulty keeping up with it sunny. So we provide nickel playing for the oldest -tudents. And we are also looping for could and beauty service, the beauty of this raise don't put into the Mockus by one favor cage. We can do. Beauty and peacemaking painting orders are. Socialist. And you know what they should absolutely resources. We traveled to also entrepreneurs and by in foul and Baksi, you know, to, to keep growing because several years with revived this service from my home. And yes, it was the. And I will say it's not ideal an. He even went on a big and we will continue to do so amazing. That's amazing week. We were able to see some of the work that you are doing in the community. Why we're there. And we were all just so impressed with. Would you take that on on yourself and what you and your family are doing there? And we really just wanted to highlight that as well, just because we were it's we don't see that every day where people take it amongst themselves to better their communities and you are, certainly an example of that. And so we definitely applaud you for for all the efforts that you doing everything that you're doing to try to make South Africa. Better place, for sure. Now you mentioned the high unemployment rate before the fill. Like now with the elections, kind of behind you feel like there's new direction in terms of improving the economy, there are do you have. Hopes for the new regime, that's coming in or, or a believe it's the same president. Correct. This is his reelection. Even he's only a- in operational coca. This'll be unique that yesterday. You know, the new but like zoom out any off now for the year but I'm really looking forward to, to settle for was a remote control because of now open Mandela, and Musa vide-, admit minded person, I have this positive attitude and nine pick to new pickles. I know that, though, the wish Pistou white to the close of the that take allying. The we've been working off nowadays notice to tell the people that don't vote for the white faulty because the go, but our people, but I think they mind somebody that the white. The people that were all visa perfect people in and on. The could only two out of the nine provinces is run by the typically line by the puck another list the increase the twenty nine percent from twenty three though, because quite a couple of young both to reach out to vote, so but I'm because forward to do. They see from visiting little four and I know he's gonna do especially for you. Because for you leave me I him. You know, we of a feeding out of eight people Lawson become too torn. Because because we don't get easels from the government. But like now that settled on. But the recent pictures bag because you have a go to white. The welcome the right people won't dumped any work. Because if you go on the weekend, ended heating, all the big businesses corporate to white did know white people, I talk but they played at the of the. Think that we do you think they've been able to maintain that control over? How is it that they've been able to maintain that the control over that region versus everywhere else? That that's what Ostrava with a main cause he's still see where don't that's only place where while we were there. We saw DA. Publications out in terms of, you know, go glove vote DA, Bob devote, the everywhere, I saw see posters, so as such as stronger, but then we went into Johannesburg and I didn't see that as nearly as much. So I'm just curious. How have how do you think they've been able to maintain strong colder that region? The an organization with, with a lot of money, they have money. So what do we, they will defy people also that actually one but also because they will go out give people a day. Most at the table who themselves in the fobel sick? And I mean, I'm saying that do speak, a lot of people are ignorant and that. And that is why the are dreading give us a white guy, the AG the PB now the but the Venda and the kind of people. Riemann all allow even move because he could still comfortable run in with all the people around me put the bedouin, so. Yes. The organization was money they will go out in number. They will keep the people the food is Twitter. They will come out in the.
"white government" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"The trash is funky today. There is nothing. Good in it. So we will just we just showed curry Ford power through. So I'm sure you've heard about this twenty one savage. Situation in how he allegedly overstayed his visa, but he's he's there's claims that he apply for renewal in two thousand seventeen. Now, I have you know, you know, I love a good joke in a mean in a gif, but I've refrained in this situation because I already don't trust anything that the white government says. Especially ice. I mean, if we have seen all of these examples of these disgusting detention centers, and how they're purposely targeting certain neighborhoods and people why are we all of a sudden now going to take their word for it and say take what they said face value. So what I have kind of put together from all of these different articles, Twenty-one savage is family is originally from Dominika people like to say he's from the Dominican Republic. He is not Dominika is a small island in the British West Indies, it's under British ruling. So he came over here when he was a young kid. There's people saying that they were in the same third grade classes him, and I take this personally because tristen came over here when he was twelve right from Trinidad he came over here. He was twelve if you listen to Tristan talk right now, you would have no clue that he. Came from anywhere else. Now, that's not to say that it's a bad thing that he had an accent? Or is a good thing that he lost his accent? But I'm saying people are able to claim where they're raised or or where they end up moving to if they spend a good chunk of their life there..
"white government" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"And you can follow me on Twitter at jimbotalks. As we'll be taking a look tonight at the forthcoming mid-term elections. And some of the issues that exist out there in particular among that group among the electorate, which I got the vote has been the least likely to vote, and that is to say the millennials and those younger than that, particularly the gen Xers and people of that nature. We'll find out a bit of why this this is one eight six six five zero JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six with our guest. David throw. He is the founder president of chief. Executive officer of the independent institute and publisher of the independent review. David good evening. Good evening. Jim. And looks to start out by taking a look at a couple of projects that you have instituted here. The love gove and the catalyst what are these? Well, a few years ago, we created a video series on YouTube to target millennials. Komo's gob it's a satire on liberty. But it's a satire of big government. And what triggered this is? The fact that millennials voted overwhelmingly both times for Obama, or as you said didn't vote, and the basic view that they had was the government's gonna take care of them. And the Democrats progressives, and so forth believe they had this generation in their hip pocket. But they want a guarantee sort of lock it in. But they keep on him in office. And the way they're going to do that was ObamaCare get the kids to enroll become dependent keep on voting us in. And that was the plan, but something happened on the way, which they didn't expect which was you may remember that when the ObamaCare website came online. It didn't work. Two thousand thirteen and it didn't work for weeks for months, it really still doesn't work. And so a lot of these kids tried to enroll they couldn't and their response was you can't even create a website for for me to put my name in it. And you want me to trust you with my health. Forget it. All the surveys, including Pew Research Center. Harvard institute of politics and elsewhere all have shown the same thing that that month the trust that millennials aren't large had in Washington over an ObamaCare crashed. And since they no longer believed that they could trust the government to take care of them. They started asking questions and the five questions or issues are come to think of it. How am I gonna ever pay off my student loan debt? Am I going to be able to get a good job? How can they afford a house how can afford healthcare then that I need and that December the revelations came more became more public about the NSA spying on cell phones. And so the fifth question was why is the government spying on me? So this group is a millennials is the largest generation in American history, but eighty three million Americans and. They are essentially began asking good questions, but they don't wash the six o'clock news. They don't read the newspaper magazines. They get their news and entertainment, primarily from social media, especially YouTube. So we decided that we would look into the idea of creating video series where they go on YouTube. But you know, Sean row that they would find appealing in other words, they will not listen to people telling them, what is true what to sink? So we came up with a story, essentially, it's a boy meets girl. Love story. We may sound a little odd. But of course, this is the dating age and the story is a satire, it's five five minute. Episodes each episode deals with one of the five questions, and it's funny. And we have now almost ten million combined views for love. Which is essentially the first season and about two weeks ago. We released a second season of governance already now over one and a half million views, so it's definitely connecting. Because of the viewership ninety eight percent of them are mainstream millennials. Tuck answer, it does it does it provide answers to these these five questions, which are are are are pretty good questions. Really? I mean, if you if you go beyond just the questions, you pose and get to some of the the the questions behind them like will I ever be able to repay my student loans? Why did I get that far in debt? Anyway, if for a line of work that may or may not provide me with a job if I really like some esoteric form of of the humanities, maybe that should be my hobby. Maybe I should actually learn how to do something to to pull down a paycheck, for example. I use this example, but I'll repeat it there. A lot of bowling leagues in this country because those are people who would really like to make a living bowling, but they're not good enough. And so they have a job during the week. And then they bowl in a bowling league every Thursday night, or whatever. But they certainly did not go six figures into debt to learn how to bowl that's right. And they're across even if there are some bowling. Dumpster, aren't that many exactly not enough for eighty three million American? If they ask questions that go deep enough. I think that's a good idea questions about the job housing healthier. White government is spying on me. And and I gather that that love gove at least attempts to provide if not answer since I'm not sure that any of these have necessarily definitive answers, but at least the series discusses this, right, right? And it basically shows how the government's reach into their lives is causing the problems. In a nutshell the story, I should mention is there's a young woman in college name Alexis, and she and her best friend Livy have started in online business and they're making money, but they're worried about their Monning student loan debt. And so they're thinking about dropping out of school. Meanwhile, Alexis runs into this guy on campus, who's handsome and clever and seems to care and she falls in love with them. His name is Scott Davinci, his nickname is hence love. And no sooner does she fall in love with him. He starts to intervene in every aspect of her life. She destroys the business. He destroys her credit. Science for healthcare. She can't afford doesn't doesn't want or need. He's stalking and spying on her. And so and it's funny. So the story basically is of a number of millennials the heroin Lexus is trying to get on with life. And she is trying to make sense of what's going on her best friend Libby is the free market advocate who understands the ideas. And of course, is the big government person who is allegorically the government. So the story proceeds and Alexis has to figure it out. And then what to do and in the course of each of the episodes. It explains why the problem exists because of what goes doing. In the second season. Well, I mentioned in the first season. What happens is that Alexis realize this guy is destroying her life, and she has to kick him out of her life. In the second season. We take the gold character. We drop them into another demographic groups lines any erects comic havoc with them. And we scale it up to be a community and the individual's in this group have to figure out again what goes about and what they can do to transcend it. And again, it's funny. So the episodes are not that long the first season. The episodes are only about five minutes the second season. They're only about seven minutes, but it flows very smoothly. As a story and the other part of your first question was the first season. Each episode's directs the viewer to an app that we created which enables the viewer to dig deeper into understanding the issues, and it's funny also and share with friends and so forth in the second season. We've actually created a mobile website called catalyst that you mentioned and catalyst is designed for millennials. It's. A fun website. But it has also of information and videos and quizzes and all sorts of other things for people to dig deeper and share with others. So the idea is to create a way to reach and connect with millennials on the issues they care about where they go and to answer them in a very friendly, but not confrontational way. So they can actually see the point. So this the love stories is centrally millennials watching millennials figure out the questions they care about. What a concept you have to wonder why others haven't come up with this. I mean, there does seem to be a serious divide here. I think a lot of us on the the north end of that divide the the Geezer into that divide. Never fully figured out where we lost. These folks it it it it's sort of been a mystery. I think to us, and I'm happy to hear someone is tackling this. Well, I think I think it's it's I think we can understand generally speaking, why millennials, and you mentioned others, Jen gen X and others are sort of know wouldn't say loss, but they're certainly misguided. And I think one reason is because they came of age. In a time when the government was very actively involved in all these areas, the opportunities were far lower, you know, having one hundred thousand dollars or whatever and more of student loan debt is no trivial thing and for many as far more the job opportunities for lowered under Obama. I think the unemployment rate for college graduates with something in the neighborhood of forty percent and so forth. In addition, the educational system both K through twelve and higher education is really in many fields not every field. But in many fields of social sciences humanities in in. Most respects is miss educating people, and is politically correct. And of course, there's a certain degree of intolerance about other views. So you have this generation that really doesn't know who to trust and there, but the good news. Of course is. As you were saying, they're asking good questions. And they they seriously want to get answers. The question is how do you connect with them in a way that they will trust the people who were discussing it as opposed to having some person standing there telling them what to think they just do not want to hear that especially older person standing right from older person. And once you once you once you get someone's trust. Then you can you can use those kinds of things more effectively, but the the key is to bridge with them and to get the trust on these questions and then give them straightforward answers. That will give them away out. I mean one I'll give you one example. The other elder confusion Bernie Sanders and others talk about socialism is being the ideal and to and what Sanders claims is they're not talking about Venezuela. Even though Sanders has never said anything critical Dennis wail or Cuba or the former Soviet block or North Korea. What what he says? Well, we need to look at the Nordic countries the Scandinavian countries like Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, and the claim is that these are socialist countries and their work, well and people were prospering and there's higher standard of living. And so on the problem, though, is that the all three of these. Countries. Basically the the property that exists. The assets are owned overwhelmingly privately about seventy five percent of the wealth in all three of these countries is owned privately and the economy, generally speaking, our market based economy very much. So in fact, is we we're overdue for a break, which we will take care, but we need to emphasize something the only way that the Scandinavian countries could ever afford, the extremely expensive cradle-to-grave kind of coverage that they have is by having robust private sectors that I mean private sectors that are are far more open and free of regulation than ours. Are I mean, that's something that people don't realize that they think that this is just some giant socialist would be paradise. Well, some of the programs are socialistic, but the economy is very private sector. Are they couldn't afford it? We're gonna come back and talk some more. What a fascinating idea finally re. Reaching people who have to a great extent withdrawn from the system. I mean, they they still have complaints. But they don't seem to know how to articulate them or to to make choices in this in this.
"white government" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This Sunday and Monday Back in the Vince Coakley radio program weird discussing the free market system and how it works well to really put a check on violations or salts on our. Constitutional freedoms coming up in a few minutes we're going to talk about a local issue regarding education and a battle that's going on essentially. Between a school board and suburban communities Over on the text line someone raising the question does Dick's own under armor I do not believe they do it just carry their products Vince the government. Already put their finger on the scales when they told the banks they had to loan money for houses they cannot they cannot afford The. Rest is history Also this These are folks who had no collateral or down payment when they told the government that would. Be foolish the, government said we'll cover the losses if there are, any Boy that really worked out well didn't it Man. Dick's must have hired a DC spin firm they think that sports, will improve Making reference here to. The NFL and what's happening there Dixon's dead. Local sporting goods stores are heavily discounting clothing without hardware sales Dick's is dead Another person. Talking about are open every time Maxine Waters says impeach forty five cents like impeach Barney fife seriously must be, her medications as. John out of Woodruff The free market extends the stock market is well I held. A Facebook stock at the IPO lost a ton of money now I'm part. Of a class action shareholder suit against Facebook. Folks who took a bath, on Facebook's most recent market. Losses should do the same and Sousa Coburg for their losses All right Other texts we will get to in. A bit let's first go out to Jim. In Charlotte, good. Morning Jim Yeah On. Your Your comment a few moments ago which about I talk all the time about bureaucracy and government protecting itself was demonstrated beautifully in. The program just. Three seating yours from the governor, who says he's the fastest growing show. Radio show we don't think Carolina's high, documents that but he had this Falwell gaglione and this Falwell guy for involved in North. Carolina, fire yes I think he's even detecting about. Deo. Falwell. Yeah yeah and he made the comment that he calls it the public, public money protecting the. Public, money well it's not a public money It's almost billion. Dollar, an asset retirement slice fine Because government loves the city control is. Money and this is the. White government looking CalPERS and California's got, three hundred And he said it's still in the top. Twenty six of its size He was he, was basically bragging all Mets fat okay so but but I'm old enough to. Remember when education the military news time going. Back fifty sixty seventy. Years now it was kind of a collective thing the people got together they didn't expect a whole lot of pay and they warn. To do it because they knew best friends, with all of our citizens so the government decided a long time ago we need. To supplement. These people service by big fat straight. Through. Your, retirement plan Is growth now these people are making. I would say all the teachers and government employees are making market right incomes now Van but yet. Here every car now some, of them are, getting over one hundred thousand dollars a year out of these. Plans What is that all about, it needs to be privatized. Beer, every employee including teachers market rights pay immediately and I'm playing that as a tire now Like everybody else out here in the today world they've got a 401K or they provide for themselves but in the meantime we get a veteran ploy when when we, pay market rights right now? Instead of letting the bureaucracy people that would, never get, a job, in the, free world making what they're making right. Now This, is a problem isn't it and the only way to do this is, to reduce the size of government is when it comes down to you and and that's across the board crossed the board Come on, who I? Think is he's in our call it the public hall and ball who ran the system for almost thirty five years used to talk about it being the people's money The people's money Money Quote how big the asset pool as if, well look what we got a of you've, got you've got a bunch of. Promessi he made the pay to probably thirty forty percent of shouldn't even have a job. There people there for thirty, years and then you give them a hundred thousand dollars a year in. Retirement they're here on job in the free world offers that kind of. Benefit if I hear, you, man I share your concern about. This. Unfortunately I, mean this is where we, are and this is where so many of these conversations. Go, yeah I do hate language just absolutely drives me up the wall You know this is the people's money the public's make no And the truth matter is these politicians they're convinced it's there's you know that. It's, theirs and, by. The way, they behave apparently that's true, Chris good morning sir Good morning. How you doing, today All right sir Listen I just. Got to, thinking Terminologies. US military bases and other? Countries. Why, are you still there yes Why don't you see other countries military in basis in different you know. It's just the US and Japan wanted to open. A military base here I don't. Think that would go over? Right Probably not Yeah so what's up? With, that well you have to understand that in many cases we are in these countries at their request or their arrangements in place because they recognize the. Mutual interests let's take that one step further than what does that say about? Our country it says that we're there to protect, even, we we we go above and beyond. Protecting, everyone yes we do. Our, citizens yes. We do there's no question. About that, and I, I mean I assume you're agreeing it's time for us to have a conversation about the level. Of protection we provide Well I don't know I it I was looking at, it from a US. Citizens point of view and it does make me feel. Safe right if we were to waste money I would rather it be mean that's the. Purpose of government right is, to protect. Into, the not government but, military is to protect us government to protect and defend and I would, rather, us, overdue. Then underdo and look at? Some, places that we could cut out stuff you're talking about in the military yes correct and I think part of the point here Chris is there's there's. Justification and this is not to excuse abuse or waste or anything like that? There's justification for spending for defense that's in the, constitution, all of these other programs where we're. Transferring, money from one group. Of, people to. Another that's not in the. Constitution that's, silliness well, of course it is but there are additional things these politicians would love to do as Well. Chris I Appreciate your call you, remember after the fall. Of the Soviet Union they're all these conversations about now. We can experience the peace dividend do you remember that phrase the peace dividend and so. We're going to take all, this money. We, used to spend in, the military and now we can put that money into new programs isn't. That,.
"white government" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Capitalist economies actually in recovery because based on these inter measures of unemployment, we have lower numbers than we did in two thousand eight when we still don't even have the same number of jobs that exist it in two thousand eight that we do not. So there are these completely inaccurate measures in these narratives that have been concocted by the two party political duopoly. Especially the Democratic Party which has the forefront trying to take credit for an echo. Economic recovery that doesn't actually exist. That was black agenda report contributor, Danny Haiphong co, author of the book American exceptionalism and American innocence. Coworker, Roberto servant is the editor of the black agenda book for him last week, the bar book for him, featured miserable. Our Doron author of the color of money, black banks and the racial wealth gap by Doron is a law professor at the university of Georgia specializing in banking law. She says, black banks are useful and should be supported, but they're not the solution to black economic precariousness and the drastic decline of black household wealth would recommend that everyone Bank black and I think that they are very useful in providing loans to black churches of like universities, and there's a lot of functions that they serve, but the reason that they're not the answer to the racial wealth gap is there is this long history that I try to uncover in the book specifically in American politics, starting in during reconstruction. And again. Athens, civil rights movements in two of these really important moments where you're about to have Rini full reform reparations or some sort of actual economic Justice program. You have the white political structure instead of black capitalism or black banking. As an answer. You have seen organic black banks also grassroots, and I try to cover those lots of times during Jim crow, black banks develop during those eras, both in the north in segregated communities in the south. In the Jim crow era. So you have several different functions of blacks. Banks have served, but one of them and the one that I wanna point out is this political decoy, and that is what I think my book is trying to explain is you have systems set up by the white government. Those were the levers of power and to the exclusion of the black community that have built these this huge racial wealth gap. And it cannot be that that same white political structures says, once it's confronted with this history of injustice. Well, okay. Then you guys should just have more black banks more black businesses and more capitalism to fix the thing that public policy created. You for how long black folks heard other black people preaching that the black dollar makes black America ole something like the tenth largest market economy in the world. And somehow there is Sal vacation in pooling news dollars. Yes. And that goes back, you know, I've been looking into the regional Booker t..
"white government" Discussed on Radio Diaries
"You had hundreds of school kids running helterskelter running all over the place we had planned for water pipes we had planned full maybe rubber bullets we had not planned thought that is possible that people were actually to be killed in that date the mayhem bring all of us the following day on all over the country and really south africa on fire since june the sixteenth when south african troops and police opened fire on a peaceful school children's demonstration the white government has presided over the largest massacre of its black population since africa came into existence when you see your friends being shot at for just walking in the street it does something to you and therefore you would look around what are the alternatives to i become like my mother forever be under the yuko for eight and the alternative was for me to not be like my mom greatest she was gwynne fight inflammation coming through the krizan awards on the significance of the nineteen seventy six was that taste the government act trying to produce one of the most rebellious generation off african youth they were very militant there were very brave and that is nothing as uncut agent approved and know that years of four weeks you suffering will never die nineteen seventy six turning point black people had made we're not taking this anymore and celebrities never the same again.
"white government" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Turnover of ministers since mrs may came to power is disrupting brexit and the white government and water companies want to set up tens of thousands of free water refill points in shops and cafes around the uk to cut plastic pollution the bbc news is right by charles kau theresa may will use a speech at the world economic forum in switzerland the soft noon to put more pressure on facebook and other internet giants to weed out extremist material many other world leaders from king abdullah of jordan to the un secretarygeneral will also address the gathering but the biggest attraction will be the arrival of donald trump who tweeted before he left that he would tell the world how great america is doing which is may will meet the us president for the first time since rebuking him for retweeting videos posted by the farright group britain first from davos he has economics editor kamal i made the prime minister arrived in davos last night and as the next 24 hours will be vital in promoting britain to an audience of political and business leaders many hair is still baffled by britain's decision to leave the european union and mrs maes up against stiff competition from emmanuel macron the french leader who spoke yesterday for the title of european leader firms are most interested in the prime minister will have one central message on globalization or trade barriers but a message to technology companies saying they have to do more to remove terrorist and extremist content but it won't be the public speeches that will be most important here that moment will come when she meets donald trump arriving by helicopter later today with a significant entourage of ministers and officials the first president to come to devils since two thousand and and bill clinton you'll be the first private meeting between the pm and the president since he very publicly pulled out of a trip to the uk to open the new american embassy saying he didn't like the building donald trump has for the first time said he's prepared to be questioned under oath by robert muller the special counsel investigating alleged russian meddling in the us presidential election speaking to reporters at the white house he repeated that there had been no collusion with russia and no obstruction of the investigation he said the.
"white government" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"At the end of part wine what else had been a confederate officer during the civil war and he had served in congress for mateen seventy say team seventy nine after being defeated and 18th seventy eight election he had remained active of the democratic party then he spent some time out of the state campaigning on behalf of democratic candidates he returns to wilmington 1883 a sensibly to practice law but by 1898 he was unemployed said during this time he really devoted his energies to the party he became a fiery and compelling speaker who had a knack for stoking racist fears among whites the wilmington two of 1898 was part of the coordinated it statewide white supremacy campaign that we talked about in part one am democrats used that campaign to set the stage for what they were planning in wilmington aggravating white citizens racial animosity as much as possible in wilmington specifically must part of this campaign member of the state's democratic leadership visited the city and they started establishing white supremacy clubs encouraging all white man's publicly announced their membership in these clubs the club's operated under the banner of the white government union the white government union also organized a racist labor movement in the city the labor movement stated purpose was to replace black labour within the city with white labor and this project was endorsed by wilmington chamber of commerce another aspect of the white supremacy campaign was essentially a show of force the red shirts were the democratic party's intimidation and terrorism wing they marched in parades all across the state often leading groups of attractive white women to symbolically showed that their role was to protect white feminine virtue they also served as an honor guard for political leaders when they held rallies and gave speeches but it wasn't just marching and guarding the red shirts also terrorized black citizens fired weapons into people's homes and forcibly broke up meetings and rallies of republican and fusionists politicians they threatened black voters away from polls than they threatened fusion polit political leaders to try to intimidate them out of office at one point they even robbed the train of republican governor daniel l russell.
"white government" Discussed on KTRH
"Excellence of exchange hall for details compares to one gigabit per second fifty megabits per second downloads if we sat down with former texas governor want the white government thirty five years ago talking to him in his living room now he said you'd go up forever either way you're the guy you beat for attorney general in seventy eight james baker the third famously said i'll speak for your against you with your one will help them the most but you talk about improving public education and i think out of a lot of good intentions came testing and i've i don't know if it went too far i don't know of people just don't like being measured but i think there is almost a unanimous opposition to the over testing or teaching to the test where if at all did that go wrong well let me tell you uh in an effort to get the teacher pay raise which was everybody admitted teachers ruined but no way wants to pay teachers it ought to at a good job by that it makes sense either so the legislature more than the insisted the teachers pass a test before they qualified for the pay rise and so everything that happened in that reform effort i get credit or blind for including the tax increase to pay for it we have holly well everything is in the package you get blamed for if it works fat if it doesn't too bad mmm and everything went well until i had a decision by cannot invite very lower hard about it frankly uh one of my staff said you won't give the teachers their pay raise now or after they take the test and i said give it to him now they need the money now and they did big mistake by the time it comes around the taking this test that was required by the legislature before they would past the buddy to pay the teachers they've.
"white government" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"You see different figures but one of the figures that is often quoted is ninety percent literacy rate which far in excess of anything in the in the region nor or a much of the rest of africa and that that was robert mugabe wasn't wasn't the white government from before certainly it was robert mugabe unintellectual himself who wanted people to be able to to to read and write when i've been there going out onto the streets to interview people in the streets is a is a joy because everybody is able to express themselves in a really articulate way not true for instance in south africa quite a lot of people to express themselves well but not everybody but in in zimbabwe was unusual i used to feel not to not to have somebody who whose words you could put on air straight away a very beautiful country to are you now hopeful for the future of zimbabwe yar i am i'm hopeful for two reasons one because it's quite clear to me that the outside world actually finally enough just as they did with mugabe in 1980 is prepared to put its over his eyes and ears and everything else and f overlook forgive anything that zanu pf on any of the others may have done in the interests of of seeing as zimbabwe going well and britain america frantz a germany will all be putting a large amounts of money in there is a chinese have any of the chinese did it with a different purpose of course that's one thing the but the other thing is is just nobody can go there without loving that country so i'm optimistic simply because i really wanted to work the bbc's world affairs editor john simpson i'm at seoul from us for now but an updated version of the global.
"white government" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"If you're making one hundred fifty six in the the for about a but so a poll you've got pretty job your you're thousand you cut open you're not gonna collecting who's going to be some but as a bit low pay job whose to buy it but because of health insurance at are up to them and i'll have to be subsidised by the federal government well and that's the that's a great point because there's there's the side of it with the exception of i don't know maybe a a dozen you know that that maybe saw the benefits of it are the financial benefit of it that's not going to be the norm that will be the exception to the rule the rule will be people and the white government is offering this up it's because there's a boop boop boop who cannot get it because of his happened there is a change in their career and maybe they're not getting the money they were making before or for the reason they aren't at that level and can't afford that etiquette that wall where you don't have any inch relatable to you while you buying into the medicare system so there has to be the benefit of that right which is again based on a premium which has to be affordable because belived if it's it's taught and politically it's over so has to bring you the benefits of enough the pierre now i'm getting two three in but the bar you're iraq an average of how insurance is spread across all democrat x it's only spreading rump that demographic so probably be a higher premium but you're not making a lot of money if you've got to get at demographic most likely the odds with gregory pitch me do you need to comment in order to call salva cost at the left doesn't care about that remember there all four that they don't care about that well more more the repub stone but but they don't care about what it's going to cross the american people the taxpayer the idea is to roll putting out get the benefits going because they know of the bombardier if you had queued mart before and now you can't roh but if it's back while the new group you got a healthcare then base that is free when out of as government subsidized what in over twenty six and then to fifty which means.