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Habari za UN
Katibu Mkuu UN asisitiza wahusika wawajibishwe kufuatia mlipuko kanisani DRC

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 0:01


Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa António Guterres amelaani vikali shambulio lililotokea jana mashariki mwa Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo, DRC wakati wa ibada ya Jumapili katika kanisa moja huko Kasindi, jimboni Kivu Kaskazini.Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa António Guterres ameanza kwa kutoa pole kwa familia zilizofiwa, watu wa DRC na serikali yao na akawatakia ahueni ya haraka waliojeruhiwa katika shambulio hilo la kilipuzi kilicholipuka katikati ya misa ya jumapili.Na kisha “Katibu Mkuu anasisitiza haja ya kuwawajibisha wahusika wa shambulio hili na anabainisha kuwa ofisi ya Umoja wa Mataifa ya huduma za kutegua mabomu ya kutegwa ardhini UNMAS inasaidia mamlaka ya DRC katika kufanya uchunguzi wa mazingira ya tukio hilo.” Imeeleza taarifa hiyo iliyotolewa jijini New York, Marekani usiku wa kuamkia leo Jumatatu na Stéphane Dujarric ambaye ni Msemaji wa Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa.Aidha Bwana Guterres akasisitiza kwamba Umoja wa Mataifa kupitia Mwakilishi wake Maalumu katika Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo, “ utaendelea kuiunga mkono Serikali ya DRC na wananchi katika juhudi zao za kuleta amani na utulivu mashariki mwa nchi hiyo. ”Kwa mjibu wa ripoti za awali, takriban raia 17 wameuawa, na wengine takriban 50 kujeruhiwa katika shambulio hilo na jeshi la serikali limelisonta kidole kundi la waasi la ADF kuhusika na shambulio hilo. ADF ni moja ya makundi ya waasi linaloosumbua sana Mashariki mwa DRC.Ujumbe wa Umoja wa Mataifa wa Kulinda Amani nchini humo DRC, (MONUSCO) wamefanya huduma za uokoaji wa matibabu kwa waliojeruhiwa,  chini ya uratibu na mamlaka ya DRC.

The Fasting Highway
Episode 158 Leslie Taylor- An inspiring intermittent fasting story. That has turned into a passion to share her success with intermittent fasting.

The Fasting Highway

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 62:19


Leslie Taylor is a stay-at-home mom and grandma and has worked as a medical website content developer. She enjoys taking complicated medical information and presenting it in a creative and easy-to-understand manner for the general public. She is currently writing a book on fasting called Fast Well Feast Well and will be releasing the content of the book in a free weekly newsletter called FastWell. Leslie was a healthy weight until her 30s when a stressful cross-country move caused her to suddenly gain 25 lbs (11kg). This is when her dieting history began. She tried Weight Watchers and other calorie-restrictive diets. Each time she lost some weight initially but then regained back even more. She tried keto in 2018 but found it too restrictive, losing only 10 lbs. and then plateauing. Then her dad passed away in January of 2022 from heart complications from having type 2 diabetes for 30 years. She got on the scale and found she weighed 180 lbs. (81 kg), which was 50 lbs. (23 kg) above her comfort weight. Her blood sugar numbers were pre-diabetic. She knew something had to change. She had heard about fasting from her sister. Also, her dad had reversed his diabetes through fasting in 2018 but this was too late since his heart damage was irreversible. She began doing OMAD in January of 2022 and faithfully did OMAD every day for 6 months but lost no weight or inches. Then on August 1st of 2022 she started ADF. She is now down 34 lbs., her blood sugar numbers are healthy again, her fasting insulin serum number is A+, and she has numerous NSVs. For those who want to subscribe to her free weekly newsletter go to fastwell.substack.com and enter your email address. You can easily unsubscribe at any time. The Fasting Highway News. My book about my own story The Fasting Highway is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. The Fasting Highway: Graeme Currie takes you on a journey through the highs and lows of beating a crippling food addiction by losing 60kg (132 pounds) living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle. For Australian and New Zealand residents, you can buy the book direct from me at www.thefastinghighway.com. For the rest of the world Amazon is your best option. You can follow me on Instagram at graemecurrie_63 or join The Fasting Highway Facebook Community. Enjoy The Show Graeme. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message

O'Connor & Company
01.09.23: [Hour 2 / 6 AM]: House Speaker Now Official, ADF's Christiana Kiefer, Fallon bombing

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 28:17


In the second hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to ADF's Christiana Kieffer. They also recapped the House speaker drama and discussed Jimmy Fallon bombing in comparison to Greg Gutfeld. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor,  @Jgunlock,  @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pan-African Journal
Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

Pan-African Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 194:00


Listen to the Sat. Jan. 7, 2023 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This episode features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the announcement by the government of Chad that it has recently thwarted an attempted military coup; Ugandan military forces have captured the leader of the rebel ADF grouping; the Southern African state of Mozambique has taken a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council; and 49 Ivory Coast soldiers arrested in neighboring Mali have been pardoned by the military regime. In the second hour we look at the events leading up to the commemoration of the 111th anniversary of the African National Congress (ANC) in the Republic of South Africa. The ANC Youth League has been addressed by the recently-elected Secretary General Fikili Mbalula while President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the keynote at the gala dinner. Finally, we look back on the 60th anniversary of the mass Civil Rights Movement of 1963 where demonstrations and rebellions erupted in both southern and northern cities.

Becoming Badass
#118 - TBG EVERYDAY - The 5 Second Rule

Becoming Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 4:39


In episode 118 of Becoming Badass podcast I am kicking off 'TBG EVERY DAY'. This is a series where I'll come to you every single day in January with short sharp messages to get you thinking.  There are no tasks, no actionable items, you don't have to do anything. All you have to do is listen and take what you need from the episode and then move on to the next one.  If you are interested in training with The Barracks Gym to improve your fitness for your ADF, Police or Fire Fighter application, head over to our website to check it out. Click here to learn more about The Barracks Gym  If you like what you hear, please share on your insta stories and leave us a 5 star review!

The BreakPoint Podcast
Alliance Defending Freedom Sues the FDA Over Chemical Abortion

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 1:00


On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration announced that medication abortion drugs can now be sold over the counter at retail pharmacies.

Becoming Badass
#117 TBG EVERYDAY - Are you joining for the right reasons?

Becoming Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 2:44


In episode 117 of Becoming Badass podcast I am kicking off 'TBG EVERY DAY'. This is a series where I'll come to you every single day in January with short sharp messages to get you thinking.  There are no tasks, no actionable items, you don't have to do anything. All you have to do is listen and take what you need from the episode and then move on to the next one.  If you are interested in training with The Barracks Gym to improve your fitness for your ADF, Police or Fire Fighter application, head over to our website to check it out. Click here to learn more about The Barracks Gym  If you like what you hear, please share on your insta stories and leave us a 5 star review!

Becoming Badass
#116 TBG EVERYDAY - Secret Beep Test training stuff...

Becoming Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 4:10


In episode 116 of Becoming Badass podcast I am kicking off 'TBG EVERY DAY'. This is a series where I'll come to you every single day in January with short sharp messages to get you thinking.  There are no tasks, no actionable items, you don't have to do anything. All you have to do is listen and take what you need from the episode and then move on to the next one.  If you are interested in training with The Barracks Gym to improve your fitness for your ADF, Police or Fire Fighter application, head over to our website to check it out. Click here to learn more about The Barracks Gym  If you like what you hear, please share on your insta stories and leave us a 5 star review!

Family Life News
Faith Under Fire – 303 Creative – 01/05/23

Family Life News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 7:54


The U-S Supreme Court will rule this spring on a religious freedom case, "303 Creative v. Elenis."  Lorie Smith, a Christian website designer who opposes same-sex marriage as contrary to her faith, sued over a Colorado state law which bars discrimination, which could require her to create wedding websites for same-sex couples. Lorie Smith was represented at oral arguments in Washington D.C. in December 2022 by the Alliance Defending Freedom. Attorney Matt Sharp, senior counsel at ADF, spoke with Family Life about the issues underlying the case, and how the justices' questions at oral arguments might give insight into the upcoming ruling.

Becoming Badass
#115 TBG EVERYDAY - F**k the minimum standards.

Becoming Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 3:26


In episode 115 of Becoming Badass podcast I am kicking off 'TBG EVERY DAY'. This is a series where I'll come to you every single day in January with short sharp messages to get you thinking.  There are no tasks, no actionable items, you don't have to do anything. All you have to do is listen and take what you need from the episode and then move on to the next one.  If you are interested in training with The Barracks Gym to improve your fitness for your ADF, Police or Fire Fighter application, head over to our website to check it out. Click here to learn more about The Barracks Gym  If you like what you hear, please share on your insta stories and leave us a 5 star review!

Becoming Badass
#114 TBG EVERYDAY - Is your training relevant ENOUGH?

Becoming Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 3:13


In episode 114 of Becoming Badass podcast I am kicking off 'TBG EVERY DAY'. This is a series where I'll come to you every single day in January with short sharp messages to get you thinking.  There are no tasks, no actionable items, you don't have to do anything. All you have to do is listen and take what you need from the episode and then move on to the next one.  If you are interested in training with The Barracks Gym to improve your fitness for your ADF, Police or Fire Fighter application, head over to our website to check it out. Click here to learn more about The Barracks Gym  If you like what you hear, please share on your insta stories and leave us a 5 star review!

Becoming Badass
#113 TBG EVERYDAY - Control what you can

Becoming Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 2:06


In episode 113 of Becoming Badass podcast I am kicking off 'TBG EVERY DAY'. This is a series where I'll come to you every single day in January with short sharp messages to get you thinking.  There are no tasks, no actionable items, you don't have to do anything. All you have to do is listen and take what you need from the episode and then move on to the next one.  If you are interested in training with The Barracks Gym to improve your fitness for your ADF, Police or Fire Fighter application, head over to our website to check it out. Click here to learn more about The Barracks Gym  If you like what you hear, please share on your insta stories and leave us a 5 star review!

The Fasting Guy Podcast
331 - ADF Day 2 plus Fasting Study

The Fasting Guy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 16:01


I report on day two of my ADF alternate day fasting plan for the year. I answer your questions about the scale I use for tracking weight loss. And I share a study on alternate day fasting diet. The link to that study is below https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.go...

Becoming Badass
#112 TBG EVERYDAY - A decision you have to make

Becoming Badass

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 3:09


In episode 112 of Becoming Badass podcast I am kicking off 'TBG EVERY DAY'. This is a series where I'll come to you every single day in January with short sharp messages to get you thinking.  There are no tasks, no actionable items, you don't have to do anything. All you have to do is listen and take what you need from the episode and then move on to the next one.  If you are interested in training with The Barracks Gym to improve your fitness for your ADF, Police or Fire Fighter application, head over to our website to check it out. Click here to learn more about The Barracks Gym  If you like what you hear, please share on your insta stories and leave us a 5 star review!

Defence Connect Podcast
The biggest aviation stories of 2022

Defence Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 27:06


In this special episode, Defence Connect's Liam Garman and Australian Aviation's Adam Thorn discuss the biggest aviation stories this year. Judged by reads, the pair unpack the top five stories from the aviation domain for 2022 — and what they mean for the Royal Australian Air Force and the warfighting capability of the ADF. Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect team

Christian Talk That Rocks
Christian Talk That Rocks with Richie L. Ep. 12/26/2022

Christian Talk That Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 116:25


On today's show, 1:06pm CT, 2:06pm ET: Faith Under Fire: Discriminating against Christian costing college tens of thousands - Catholic school's lawsuit against Michigan officials states sexual orientation, gender identity law violates religious beliefs - Christian groups banned by Amazon Smile - Activist Groups insist that Bible's morality actually is 'hate' speech - we'll explore. The Bird Still Sings: Twitter Files 9 Shows CIA, Other Security State Involvement in Censorship - Twitter Files' release shows how platform rigged COVID debate - US Rep. Jody Arrington speaks out - we'll analyze. Plus, Americans report card from various states rated and graded Biden's leadership across the gamut, find out. And, Omnibus bill funds program aiding illegal immigrants. https://www.spreaker.com/show/christian-talk-that-rocks http://christiantalkthatrocks.net or http://christiantalkthatrocks.com

Invité Afrique
M23 en RDC: le fait que la France «condamne» publiquement le Rwanda «doit entraîner des conséquences»

Invité Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 11:42


Dans un communiqué diffusé lundi, la France « condamne » le soutien que le Rwanda apporte aux rebelles du M23 dans l'est de la République démocratique du Congo. Pour la RDC, c'est un succès diplomatique. Mais le président Félix Tshisekedi veut encore pousser son avantage. Patrick Muyaya, ministre congolais de la Communication et des Médias et porte-parole du gouvernement de Kinshasa, est l'invité de RFI.   RFI : Patrick Muyaya, quelle est votre réaction à la décision de la France de condamner formellement le soutien du Rwanda aux rebelles du M23 ? Patrick Muyaya: Nous saluons évidemment cette décision de la France. Nous aurions voulu que cela arrive plus tôt. Cela aurait peut-être permis d'éviter certaines situations malheureuses sur le terrain, mais maintenant nous espérons que la France ira plus loin, pour que finalement le Rwanda respecte sa part de responsabilité pour le retour de la paix dans cette partie de la République démocratique du Congo. Vous auriez aimé que cela arrive plus tôt. Depuis l'accord entre Emmanuel Macron et Paul Kagame en 2018 pour la désignation de la ministre rwandaise Louise Mushikiwabo à la tête de la francophonie, il y avait, c'est vrai, une vraie complicité franco-rwandaise. Est-ce que le communiqué français de ce 19 décembre est un tournant pour vous ? Peut-être que la France, qui était aussi dans une forme de médiation entre la République démocratique du Congo et le Rwanda, ne pouvait pas, diplomatiquement, prendre une décision aussi ouverte. Mais je crois que le fait que la France le dise publiquement aujourd'hui doit entraîner forcément des conséquences, à commencer par le retrait du M23 de tous les territoires occupés en République démocratique du Congo. Il est établi que le Rwanda est un pays qui agresse la République démocratique du Congo. Cela devrait être aussi pris en compte dans les relations franco-rwandaises. Alors par ailleurs, c'était hier à l'ONU, le Conseil de sécurité vient de lever tous les obstacles administratifs à la vente d'armes à votre pays, notamment cette obligation pour les vendeurs d'armes de s'identifier auprès des Nations unies. Quelle est votre réaction ? Pour nous, c'est une injustice réparée, c'est une bataille gagnée, parce que ces régimes de notification paraissaient, à nos yeux, aux yeux des Congolais, comme un mécanisme qui ne pouvait pas nous permettre d'avoir tous les moyens pour assurer la défense de notre territoire. Et donc nous considérons que c'est un pas significatif, qui nous permettra de défendre notre territoire, principalement dans sa partie est. Est-ce que vous sentez, depuis quelques jours, un déclic international en votre faveur ? Évidemment, ce déclic aurait pu arriver plus tôt, parce que, comme vous le savez, nous avons sorti, publié un livre blanc qui répertorie tous les crimes commis en République démocratique du Congo, et tous les services de sécurité étrangers étaient au courant, notamment, vous avez suivi les rapports du groupe d'experts qui a fuité il y a quelques mois. Ça veut dire que tout le monde savait que le mal se produisait à l'est, mais que personne n'en parlait. Donc aujourd'hui, que tout le monde en parle publiquement, ça nous réjouit. La prochaine étape pour nous en tout cas : condamnation, sanction, justice, réparation. Parce que nous pensons, cette fois-ci, que la composante judiciaire est une garantie qui pourra nous permettre de ne plus voir se répéter ces cycles de violences dans l'est de la République démocratique du Congo. Voilà six mois, Monsieur le ministre, que le M23 opère sur votre territoire. Ce n'est que maintenant, en effet, que la communauté internationale commence à se mobiliser. Mais pourquoi tant de passivité, est-ce qu'il y a des causes externes à la sous-région ? Écoutez, comme on dit, mieux vaut tard que jamais. Nous espérons que, cette fois-ci, au-delà des mots, il y a des actes qui seront posés pour mettre plus de pression sur le Rwanda pour que la paix puisse revenir dans cette partie du pays. C'est cela le plus important. Est-ce que la guerre en Ukraine n'a pas occulté la guerre au Congo ? Sans doute, mais la situation en République démocratique du Congo, elle est même comme un conflit oublié. Au-delà du nombre de morts, qui rivalise aujourd'hui avec le nombre de morts de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Aujourd'hui, notre plaidoyer consiste simplement à ce que les populations congolaises qui sont victimes, vous avez suivi le massacre de Kishishe, de ces horreurs, méritent aussi la solidarité de la communauté internationale. Toutes, que ce soient les Ukrainiens ou les Congolais, toutes sont des vies humaines, qui méritent une compassion, qui méritent une action plus grande pour être sûr que les populations déplacées rejoignent leurs familles, et pour éviter tout risque d'épidémie et autres conséquences désastreuses. À Luanda au mois de juillet, à New York au mois de septembre, le président Tshisekedi a accepté de serrer la main du président Kagame devant les photographes, et ce n'est que le mois dernier, au sommet de la francophonie, à Djerba, que les autorités congolaises ont dit stop, fini les photos avec le président rwandais. Est-ce que vous-même, gouvernement congolais, vous n'avez pas manqué d'un peu de fermeté ces derniers mois ? Écoutez, il faut regarder le président Tshisekedi depuis son arrivée à la tête de la République démocratique du Congo, il avait fait le choix clair de construire la paix. Nous n'avons pas oublié le passé, qui est pourtant difficile avec les pays limitrophes, mais on a pensé qu'on pouvait ouvrir un chapitre nouveau. Vous avez vu l'éruption du Nyiragongo en mai 2021 nous rappeler que nous sommes voisins et que nous devons continuer à collaborer. Mais l'attitude du président Kagame aujourd'hui ne nous permet plus d'entretenir le même rapport, parce qu'on ne peut pas s'imaginer une telle insensibilité face à un tel torrent de pleurs, de violences commises sur des populations innocentes. Je reviens encore sur le massacre de Kishishe qui a été commis dans des conditions horribles. Je ne pense pas que nous pourrons continuer à nous serrer la main lorsque nous avons en face de nous quelqu'un qui ne veut pas que vous puissiez vivre en paix finalement, y compris avec les voisins rwandais. Vous parlez du massacre de Kishishe. Fin novembre à Kishishe, dans cette localité du Nord-Kivu, les rebelles du M23 sont accusés d'avoir massacré au moins 131 civils. Est-ce que c'est cela, le déclic, sur la scène internationale ? Ça serait dommage que le déclic vienne après un tel massacre horrible, et pourtant, il y a des signaux d'alerte qui ont déjà été donnés. Mais comme dit tout à l'heure : à quelque chose, malheur est bon. Nous, aujourd'hui ce que nous voulons, c'est la justice pour les âmes qui ont été perdues. Nous voulons que les enquêteurs puissent avoir accès à Kishishe, pour savoir véritablement ce qu'il s'est passé. Nous voulons travailler pour donner des sépultures à ces compatriotes qui ont perdu la vie injustement dans l'est de la République démocratique du Congo. Alors, le M23 commet des crimes, dans votre pays, mais les FDLR également. Le président Kagame n'a-t-il pas raison de souligner que la présence de ces Hutus rwandais FDLR sur votre territoire reste une vraie menace pour le Rwanda ? Écoutez, il est évident que les FDLR constituent d'abord un problème de sécurité pour nos compatriotes. Les FDLR tuent des Congolais, rançonnent des Congolais. Deuxièmement, les forces négatives, toutes, doivent être éradiquées. Les FDLR, ce sont des forces étrangères, qui doivent être éradiquées. Je dois rappeler que, dans le livre blanc que nous avons publié, nous sommes revenus sur toutes les fois où nous les avons combattus. Aujourd'hui, il existe des résidus des forces FDLR que nous devons tous combattre, mais cela ne devrait justifier en rien l'attitude naturellement belliciste du Rwanda qui va aujourd'hui commettre des massacres sous prétexte de combattre les FDLR. Les motivations sont économiques, nous le savons. Il n'y a aucune raison qui justifie l'attitude belliqueuse du président Kagame dès lors qu'à Nairobi, nous avions convenu d'un schéma qui devait permettre de combattre nos groupes armés à la fois locaux et étrangers, y compris les FDLR. Alors, on l'a dit : depuis ce lundi, la France condamne le soutien rwandais au M23, mais elle affirme en même temps vouloir parler à tout le monde, y compris avec le Rwanda, pour trouver une solution. « On ne bâtira pas une paix durable sans le Rwanda », précise à Kinshasa la secrétaire d'État française Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, qui est en visite dans votre pays. Est-ce que vous êtes d'accord avec elle ? Évidemment, nous sommes d'accord. Parce que, quoiqu'il arrive, le Rwanda restera toujours voisin de la République démocratique du Congo. Aujourd'hui, nous avons répondu à tous les rendez-vous pour la paix : à New York, à Luanda, à Nairobi, à Washington, à Charm el-Cheikh. Partout, nous y allons, il faut que le Rwanda commence par respecter ses engagements, parce que c'est le Rwanda qui est responsable du M23. Nous espérons que, cette fois-ci, ils pourront agir, et agir vite pour éviter d'autres drames. Donc, vous attendez beaucoup peut-être d'une prochaine réunion du processus de Luanda. On parle d'un sommet à Bujumbura avant la fin de l'année ? Aujourd'hui, ce que nous attendons, c'est le retrait du M23. Les rencontres, il y en aura sûrement en janvier au niveau des chefs d'État. Aujourd'hui, nous attendons de voir le processus de retrait commencer, parce qu'il ne sert à rien de se rencontrer s'il n'y a pas d'évolution concrète sur le terrain. Donc, d'abord le retrait, et ensuite la rencontre ? Nous ne conditionnons pas la rencontre des chefs d'État par le retrait, sinon nous n'en aurions pas eu. Depuis juillet, nous sommes engagés dans différentes discussions avec le Rwanda, mais il n'y a pas eu de respect de ce qui avait été convenu. Donc aujourd'hui, nous voulons être sûrs que tous les acteurs qui soient impliqués dans la paix, nous voulons qu'ils jouent le rôle qui est le leur dans le cadre des mécanismes qui ont été clairement définis. Et pas de rencontre entre chefs d'État avant le 31 décembre ? Pas à ma connaissance, non. Depuis près de deux mois, Monsieur le ministre, un contingent kényan est arrivé à Goma dans le cadre d'une force est-africaine. Qu'est-ce que vous répondez à vos opposants congolais, comme Martin Fayulu, qui dit que cette force n'a rien à faire à Goma, car le Congo n'est pas un pays de l'Afrique de l'Est, et à l'opposant Moïse Katumbi, qui dit que les Congolais n'ont pas confiance dans des forces étrangères ? Bon écoutez, il y a ceux qui font de la politique-politicienne. Il y a nous qui avons la boussole, la gestion quotidienne du pays. Aujourd'hui, les questions sécuritaires sont des questions qui se gèrent avec les autres, s'il faut parler, par exemple, du cas des ADF. Aujourd'hui, si la République démocratique du Congo a adhéré à la Communauté de l'Afrique de l'Est, c'est parce que la RDC a un rôle central qu'elle doit jouer dans la région, il ne faut pas oublier que notre adhésion à la Communauté de l'Afrique de l'Est a relancé le processus politique. Aujourd'hui, au moment où nous faisons cette interview, les groupes armés de la République démocratique du Congo, qui étaient à Nairobi sous les auspices du président Kenyatta, se sont engagés pour la paix, et j'ai entendu que vous aviez parlé des candidats – de toute façon, des candidats, on en aura beaucoup – aujourd'hui, la principale question, c'est d'être en mesure de pointer le Rwanda, et je n'ai pas entendu cela de Moïse Katumbi. Alors, en effet, nous sommes déjà en pré-campagne électorale - la présidentielle est dans un an – et que répondez-vous à l'opposition qui dit qu'on n'arrivera pas à tenir les délais du 20 décembre 2023, car on ne pourra jamais enrôler toute la population congolaise en 3 mois ? D'abord, la commission électorale nationale indépendante a publié un calendrier en même temps qu'elle a fait part de certaines contraintes. Il y a, évidemment, des contraintes financières pour lesquelles le gouvernement va faire sa part, et nous faisons notre part. Il y a, d'autre part, des contraintes sécuritaires, nous travaillons, y compris diplomatiquement et nous pensons pouvoir y arriver. Et pour ce qui concerne en tout cas le gouvernement, nous tiendrons nos engagements pour que ces élections se tiennent dans les délais, parce que nous avons eu déjà des exemples de glissement. Nous ne pensons pas que le glissement serait une bonne chose, alors que nous, nous voulons consolider notre processus électoral. Et c'est cela, aujourd'hui, l'interpellation qui doit être faite à toute la classe politique : d'accompagner le processus d'enrôlement, qui commence déjà ce 24 décembre. Je pense que le président de la République procédera au lancement à partir de la province de l'Équateur. Et cela va aller dans toutes les aires opérationnelles. On dit que ça ne sera pas possible d'enrôler, mais aujourd'hui, Monsieur Boisbouvier, vous savez qu'il y a des moyens technologiques qui permettent de faire un peu plus vite certaines choses. Nous, nous sommes optimistes, nous ferons notre part pour que ces élections se tiennent dans les délais. C'est ici aussi le lieu de rappeler encore au Rwanda de cesser le soutien aux M23, pour nous permettre, contrairement à eux, de faire des élections libres et transparentes avec des compatriotes de ce pays, qui pourront aussi voter. Des élections « libres et transparentes », contrairement au Rwanda, dites-vous ? Évidemment.

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House
Watts, Lathan - Alliance Defending Freedom (AL gender treatment case)

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 14:37


Lathan Watts, Director of Public Affairs for Alliance Defending Freedom, discussed ADF assisting the state of Alabama in a case in federal court concerning the challenge to a recently-passed state law that bans treatments and surgeries for minors intended to assist them in changing their gender. You can learn more through adflegal.org. 

UN News
Hate speech costing lives of peacekeepers and civilians in DRC, warns mission chief 

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 0:08


Hate speech has cost the lives of UN peacekeepers and civilians on the ground they are there to protect in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the head of MONUSCO, the UN mission there, has said, but new initiatives to counter the scourge are making a difference. Bintou Keita, who's also the UN Special Representative in DRC, told UN News MONUSCO was countering fake-news and intolerance online, and the Government is working effectively to crack down on hate. She began by telling Alban Mendes de Leon about the growing instability in eastern DRC caused by the many armed groups operating in the area, including M23 and the ADF – noting that despite the fighting across three provinces, most of the country was relatively secure and peaceful.  

Interviews
Hate speech costing lives of peacekeepers and civilians in DRC, warns mission chief 

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 0:08


Hate speech has cost the lives of UN peacekeepers and civilians on the ground they are there to protect in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the head of MONUSCO, the UN mission there, has said, but new initiatives to counter the scourge are making a difference. Bintou Keita, who's also the UN Special Representative in DRC, told UN News MONUSCO was countering fake-news and intolerance online, and the Government is working effectively to crack down on hate. She began by telling Alban Mendes de Leon about the growing instability in eastern DRC caused by the many armed groups operating in the area, including M23 and the ADF – noting that despite the fighting across three provinces, most of the country was relatively secure and peaceful.  

Townhall Review | Conservative Commentary On Today's News
The First Amendment Before the U.S. Supreme Court

Townhall Review | Conservative Commentary On Today's News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 41:39


Townhall Review – December 10, 2022 Hugh Hewitt talks to Kristen Waggoner, Alliance Defending Freedom, who argued Freedom of Speech before the U.S. Supreme Court and Hugh talks to West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey about his state win before the Supreme Court in a case against the EPA. Joe Piscopo talks with Andrew McCarthy about Elon Musk's release of Tweets previously blocked by Twitter before Musk became the new owner and Brandon Tatum weighs in on the issue. Seth Leibsohn and Pete Peterson, Pepperdine's Graduate School of Public Policy, talk about the classic work by Alexis De Tocqueville, “Democracy in America.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

0:00 - Dan & Amy applaud Sen. Tom Cotton's message to Kroger on Albertson's merger   11:11 - Project Veritas: Joseph Bruno, Dean of Students, Francis Parker   27:38 - THE PURGE/THE REVOLT: COVID/Duke   44:04 - Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell Law School. Founder of LeagalInsurection.com and president of the Legal Insurrection Foundation, William Jacobson, on freedom of speech, Biden family corruption and election freakouts    58:35 - Benedict Rogers, co-founder and chief executive of Hong Kong Watch: This may be a turning point in China's history. The West must not miss it. Be sure to grab Ben's new book  The China Nexus   01:07:05 - SPORTS & POLITICS: Deion Sanders   01:14:41 - THE PURGE/THE REVOLT: COVID/trans American Academy of Pediatrics   01:27:47 - Dan & Amy react to the release of Brittney Griner from Russian prison    01:35:38 - Dan & Amy update Project Veritas' Francis Parker expose with a released statement from the school  01:46:38 - Lorie Smith – graphic artist and website designer with 303 Creative LLC in Denver & Kellie Fiedorek – Senior Counsel with ADF discuss their Supreme Court case and the importance of  freedom of creativity See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Adfærd
84. Hvad katastrofer kan lære os om menneskelig adfærd – med Professor Kristian Cedervall Lauta

Adfærd

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 60:01


*Husk at tilmelde dig podcastens nyhedsbrev. Det gør du her: https://bit.ly/3UF8dKB* Hvad kan vi lære om menneskelig adfærd ved at studere katastrofer?En hel del, hvis du spørger juraprofessor Kristian Cedervall Lauta. Og det har jeg så gjort i sæsonens sidste episode af Adfærd.Kristian er ekspert i katastroferet og formand for forskningscentret Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research. Han er også en eminent formidler og forfatter til bogen 'Katastrofer – og hvad de kan lære os om os selv'.I dagens episode kommer vi ind på: - Hvad der egentlig kendetegner en katastrofe - Hvordan synet på katastrofer har ændret sig i de seneste 50 år - Hvilke 2 grundlæggende myter om katastrofer, du ikke skal tro på - Hvorfor corona-epidemien slet ikke burde være kommet bag på os – og hvad vi kan lære af den - Hvad der kendetegner alle katastrofer – og hvordan man som virksomhed bruger den viden til at navigere i dem - Om bureaukrati egentlig er en hjælp, når katastrofen rammer - Hvilke katastrofer der med størst sandsynlighed rammer os lige om lidt …Og hvis du tænker, at emnet er alt for nørdet til dig, så citerer jeg lige Kristian: ”Katastrofer er unikke læringsmuligheder om din organisation og dig selv. Katastrofer er en guldgrube af læring.” Lyt nu bare med, ik':-)

The Eric Metaxas Show
Jake Warner and Kirk Cameron

The Eric Metaxas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 47:10


Jake Warner of ADF outlines today's important appearance at the Supreme Court; and Kirk Cameron talks about adoption and his movie, "Lifemark," concerning that important issue.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

From The Newsroom
‘Two thirds' of Australia at risk from China 05/12/22

From The Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 2:39


New report says China has potential to launch missile which could hit ADF facilities in QLD, the Northern Territory and Western Australia, police offering up a $1 million reward to solve a 40 year mystery, teenage boy stabbed to death on Melbourne beach, two more teams knocked out of world cup, Harry and Meghan, Netflix, Theo James, The White LotusSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

StraightTalk.Live
Ep 81 Mick Ryan: War Transformed

StraightTalk.Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 59:44


Mick Ryan is a retired major general who served in the ADF for more than 35 years and was commander of the Australia Defence College. He is the author of War Transformed: The Future of 21st Century Great Power Competition and Conflict. A distinguished graduate of Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, as well as the USMC Command and Staff College and USMC School of Advanced Warfare, he is a passionate advocate of professional education and lifelong learning. He has commanded at platoon, squadron, regiment, task force, and brigade level. Ryan has also led strategic planning organizations in the Australian Army and led several reform programs in the past decade. In January 2018, he assumed command of the Australian Defence College in Canberra, Australia.

Mornings on the Mall
12.5.22 - Hour 1: Twitter's election interference, Relgious liberty case

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 34:51


In the first hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Miranda Devine, columnist for the NY Post and author of "Laptop from Hell" about how the FBI warned Twitter during weekly meetings of Hunter Biden's "hack-and-leak operation" before censoring the Post.  Vince speaks with Matt Sharp, Senior Counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom about the case ADF argued in front of the Supreme Court this morning concerning free speech and religious liberty. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm.   To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

O'Connor & Company
12.05.22: [Hour 2 / 6 AM]: Harmeet to Challenge Ronna, Harry-Meghan Drama, Amber Heard Update, ADF's Matt Sharp, James Wood To Sue DNC

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 26:49


In the second hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to ADF's Matt Sharp about his case before the Supreme Court today. They also discussed Harmeet Dhillon's plans to challenge RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel, more insufferable details about Harry and Meghan's new documentary, Amber Heard wanting a retrial and James Woods planning to sue the DNC. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor,  @Jgunlock,  @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fasting Highway
Episode 152 Rachel Awad a follow up podcast from episode 6. We talk ADF, OMAD and some ups and downs of the past two years since we spoke.

The Fasting Highway

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 48:28


Rachel Awad lives in Cairo Egypt and is an expat from the US. In today's episode we recap Rachels journey and what has transpired over the last two years since she was last on the podcast in episode 6. We delve into ADF and OMAD and the differences that Rachel has found from both protocols. Rachel is experienced with intermittent fasting and has served as a moderator in popular online fasting communities. Rachel has had some ups and downs on her fasting journey over the past two years as she shares candidly in this episode. As a long-term faster, two of Rachel's key messages are 1) give yourself grace. IF isn't about quick weighloss or perfection – it's about clean fasting as it fits into your life. And 2) learning to recognize satiety and closing your window when you feel those signals is lifechanging, especially for those of us who have been struggling with overeating for much of our lives. The Fasting Highway News. My book about my own story The Fasting Highway is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. The Fasting Highway: Graeme Currie takes you on a journey through the highs and lows of beating a crippling food addiction by losing 60kg (132 pounds) living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle. For Australian and New Zealand residents, you can buy the book direct from me at www.thefastinghighway.com. For the rest of the world Amazon is your best option. You can follow me on Instagram at graemecurrie_63 or join The Fasting Highway Facebook Community. Enjoy The Show Graeme. Disclaimer all views expressed in this podcast episode are those of the guest and host. No part of this podcast should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your medical professional before starting any health plan --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message

Punching Holes in the Darkness
Navigating the Changing Culture

Punching Holes in the Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 27:06


In this episode of Punching Holes in the Darkness, Host Tim Patterson talks with the Alliance Defending Freedom and Regional Director Harrison Smith. They discuss the issues facing churches in the changing culture, and how ADF comes along side to prepare against legal challenges.

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House
Hoffmann, Mathew - Alliance Defending Freedom (AL Supreme Court ruling in free speech case)

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 16:25


Mathew Hoffmann, Legal Counsel for the Center for Academic Freedom of Alliance Defending Freedom, reviewed a case involving freedom of speech at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and commented on the Alabama Supreme Court decision allowing the lawsuit filed by ADF on behalf of a student and campus organization to continue. You can learn more about the work of ADF at adflegal.org. The information on this case can be found here.

7am
How much Christianity do we need in our military?

7am

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 18:33


If you don't believe in God, then heaven help you in the ADF. Those are the words of Senator David Shoebridge, who has argued that our military is putting too much faith in religious chaplains to provide support for service members. The military employs 158 full-time chaplains, 150 of whom are ordained Christian ministers. But as the military becomes more diverse and more secular, who are these chaplains serving? Today, contributor to The Saturday Paper Amy Fallon on the role of religion in the ADF and what happens when it's challenged.   Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram Guest: Contributor to The Saturday Paper, Amy Fallon.

Highest Potential with Steve Pettit
Kelvin Cochran Joins Steve Pettit to Discuss His Work With Alliance Defending Freedom

Highest Potential with Steve Pettit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 22:12


In 1981, Cochran began his career as a firefighter with the Shreveport Fire Department in Louisiana. After multiple promotions, he was appointed fire chief in 1999. In 2008, he was appointed fire chief of the City of Atlanta Fire Rescue Department. The following year, President Barack Obama appointed him United States Fire Administrator. Cochran was re-appointed by Mayor Kasim Reed as Fire Chief of the City of Atlanta in 2010. He later served for five years as Chief Operating Officer of Elizabeth Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. In his personal capacity, Cochran wrote a book for a men's Bible study at his church which referenced traditional marriage. A lawsuit was brought against him and he was fired from his role as Atlanta fire chief even though an investigation revealed no evidence of discrimination. ADF represented Chief Cochran in a suit filed against the city in federal court to protect his rights, including freedom of speech and freedom of religion, and protest his unjust termination. In October 2018, the city of Atlanta agreed to pay Cochran $1.2 million in the wake of a federal court ruling in his favor.

Military Wife Life
142.PART 1-Why YOUR VOICE matters!

Military Wife Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 56:41


TRIGGER WARNING- There is some discussion of suicide in this episode. If this episode brings anything up for you, please contact FREE ADF mental health service Open Arms on 1800 011 046 or, in case of emergency, call 000.   This week on the Military Life Podcast- Let's Discuss WHY YOUR VOICE MATTERS!   In Episode 142 (PART 1) Myself, Defence Partners Marcelle and Julia, Veteran Partner Jo-anna, Veteran Widow and also the parent of a past serving member Madonna and Defence Partner and Psychologist Brooke, discuss why YOUR VOICE MATTERS and NEEDS TO BE HEARD.   We also discuss; -Where, we as Defence and Veteran Partners and Families, fit when it comes to being included in conversations and decisions related to, and that impact us -How our voices are currently heard and considered via which avenues and opportunities -The comparison between how American Military and Veteran Partners and Families are included and considered vs Defence and Veteran Partners in Australia -The freedom and clarity that comes with being able to have more of a voice once your ADF member has transitioned out of Defence and the reflection that comes with transition -How to work through feeling disconnected from the “cause” (the ADF) and living defence life -Why Defence and Veteran Partners need to be given the tools and confidence to self-advocate more frequently and via various avenues -We discuss how we, as Defence and Veteran Partners and Families, are being properly represented if a broad range of us aren't being engaged and very few of us are being heard -Dealing with feeling let down and unsupported and how to channel those feelings to impact change -The disconnect between research and our qualified needs versus the actual available support and services -Do Defence and Veteran Partners and Families have survey and research fatigue and why clear, real and swift action needs to come from survey and research findings -The trauma Defence and Veteran Partners and Families can experience as a consequence of the challenges experienced throughout defence and veteran life and its impact -Why frequent and inclusive Defence and Veteran Partner and Family engagement needs to start at base level and filter UP -Will there always be hesitation from Defence and Veteran Partners and Families to have a voice for fear of the repercussions when it comes to the ADF members career? -We discuss whether it is time for a completely independent organisation that is separate from Defence, Government and Command to be created and also provide a voice -What is the Defence and Veteran Partner and Family identity, and what are our needs? -How can there be a true and complete understanding of that identity when there is a lack of meaningful engagement? -Dealing with feeling unheard and as if we are being “swept along” by Defence and what that does to our core sense of safety -We discuss the wide-ranging positive impact an engaged community can experience when they feel seen and heard and part of the conversation -Why the existing avenues of support and services all need to have feedback avenues that are connected to positive improvement teams to ensure necessary changes are made Be sure to continue listening to this discussion via Ep143 PART 2.   Ready to join the ML community? Click through the link to get connected xx     www.militarylife.com.au      

Military Wife Life
143.PART 2-Why YOUR VOICE matters!

Military Wife Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 58:21


TRIGGER WARNING- There is some discussion of suicide in this episode. If this episode brings anything up for you, please contact FREE ADF mental health service Open Arms on 1800 011 046 or, in case of emergency, call 000. Have a listen to Ep142 and PART 1 of this Military Life Podcast episode before listening to this ep. This week on the Military Life Podcast- Let's Discuss WHY YOUR VOICE MATTERS!   In Episode 143 (PART 2) Myself, Defence Partners Marcelle and Julia, Veteran Partner Jo-anna, Veteran Widow and also the parent of a past serving member Madonna and Defence Partner and Psychologist Brooke, discuss why YOUR VOICE MATTERS and NEEDS TO BE HEARD.   We also discuss; -Where, we as Defence and Veteran Partners and Families, fit when it comes to being included in conversations and decisions related to, and that impact us -How our voices are currently heard and considered via which avenues and opportunities -The comparison between how American Military and Veteran Partners and Families are included and considered vs Defence and Veteran Partners in Australia -The freedom and clarity that comes with being able to have more of a voice once your ADF member has transitioned out of Defence and the reflection that comes with transition -How to work through feeling disconnected from the “cause” (the ADF) and living defence life -Why Defence and Veteran Partners need to be given the tools and confidence to self-advocate more frequently and via various avenues -We discuss how we, as Defence and Veteran Partners and Families, are being properly represented if a broad range of us aren't being engaged and very few of us are being heard -Dealing with feeling let down and unsupported and how to channel those feelings to impact change -The disconnect between research and our qualified needs versus the actual available support and services -Do Defence and Veteran Partners and Families have survey and research fatigue and why clear, real and swift action needs to come from survey and research findings -The trauma Defence and Veteran Partners and Families can experience as a consequence of the challenges experienced throughout defence and veteran life and its impact -Why frequent and inclusive Defence and Veteran Partner and Family engagement needs to start at base level and filter UP -Will there always be hesitation from Defence and Veteran Partners and Families to have a voice for fear of the repercussions when it comes to the ADF members career? -We discuss whether it is time for a completely independent organisation that is separate from Defence, Government and Command to be created and also provide a voice -What is the Defence and Veteran Partner and Family identity, and what are our needs? -How can there be a true and complete understanding of that identity when there is a lack of meaningful engagement? -Dealing with feeling unheard and as if we are being “swept along” by Defence and what that does to our core sense of safety -We discuss the wide-ranging positive impact an engaged community can experience when they feel seen and heard and part of the conversation -Why the existing avenues of support and services all need to have feedback avenues that are connected to positive improvement teams to ensure necessary changes are made   Ready to join the ML community? Click through the link to get connected xx     www.militarylife.com.au      

The Narrative
Election Debrief, and Free Speech with Jake Warner

The Narrative

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 56:34


The Narrative podcast is back this week for Election Palooza with CCV President Aaron Baer and Policy Director David Mahan. The Midterm Election has come and gone, and the guys have hot takes to share. Tune in to get their perspective on election results in Ohio and across the nation, as well as what they could mean for abortion and other pressing issues over the next few years.    Afterwards, they're joined by Jake Warner, Senior Counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), to discuss the context of the upcoming 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis Supreme Court case that will answer the question, Can the government force an artist to say something that they don't believe?   Colorado law would force Lorie Smith, owner of 303 Creative, to use her artistic web design skills to speak messages celebrating same-sex weddings. With the help of ADF attorneys, Lorie decided to challenge the law in court.   Learn more about Lorie's case here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS World News Radio
Highly sensitive national secrets may have been compromised

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 4:00


The Defence Minister has launched an urgent review into claims former ADF pilots were approached to train China's military. It follows an initial investigation into the reports, Richard Marles says there are 'enough concerns' for an examination of the policies around the protection of national secrets.

Life on the Line
#134 Graham Goodwin

Life on the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 45:30


Sharon Mascall-Dare interviews Timor and Afghanistan veteran Graham Goodwin. Life on the Line tracks down Australian military veterans and records their stories. Brigadier Graham Goodwin CSC is currently the commander of 9th Brigade Australian Army. As a Reservist, Graham has had a significant career in the ADF and South Australia Police, including deployments to Timor and Afghanistan, and serving in recent domestic operations in response to bushfires and COVID-19. To see photos related to today's interview, visit our website - www.lifeonthelinepodcast.com - or follow us on social media: @lifeonthelinepodcast on Facebook and Instagram, @LOTLpod on Twitter and 'Thistle Productions' on LinkedIn.

The CyberWire
Copper smelter hit with malware. Notes from the hybrid war. Disinformation, not direct manipulation of results, the principal threat to US elections. Ransomware in Australia's ForceNet. Threat trends.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 31:36


Leading European metals producer is hit with malware. Cooperative defense in cyberspace. A Ukrainian ally describes its exposure to Russian cyberattacks. Former UK Prime Minister Truss's phone may have been compromised. CISA sees a complex threat environment, but no specific threat to US elections. The Australian Defence network sustains ransomware attack. The three finalists in the DataTribe Challenge share insights on the competition. Rick Howard previews the new season of CSO Perspectives. And a look at threat trends. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/209 Selected reading. Aurubis says it was hit in wider cyberattack on metals industry (Reuters) Copper Giant Aurubis Shuts Down Systems Due to Cyberattack (SecurityWeek) Inside a US military cyber team's defence of Ukraine (BBC News)  Ukraine's cyber power shows value of public-private partnership (Nikkei Asia)  Latvian President: Only the West's Weakness Can Provoke Russia (Foreign Policy)  Latvia's cyberspace faces new challenges amid war in Ukraine (The Record by Recorded Future) Worries build about winter cyber threats in Ukraine (POLITICO) Liz Truss's personal phone hacked by Putin's spies (Mail Online) Truss phone was hacked by suspected Putin agents when she was foreign minister, the Daily Mail reports (Reuters) Liz Truss phone hack claim prompts calls for investigation (BBC News) Russian spies hacked Truss's personal phone (Computing) Government urged to investigate report Liz Truss's phone was hacked (the Guardian) Ministers creating ‘wild west' conditions with use of personal phones (the Guardian) 'Complex threat environment' ahead of midterm elections, top cybersecurity official says (Reuters) CISA chief sees no "specific or credible threats" to election infrastructure (CBS News) For cyber experts, disinformation overshadows cyberthreats in midterms (Washington Post) Australian Defence Department caught up in ransomware attack (ABC) Cyber-attack on Australian defence contractor may have exposed private communications between ADF members (the Guardian) Cyber Threat Reports (Deep Instinct) Deep Instinct releases its 2022 Interim Cyber Threat Study. (CyberWire)

Policy, Guns & Money
Non-proliferation, infantry fighting vehicles, floods in Pakistan, Federal Budget & Defence

Policy, Guns & Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 66:57


This week, Moscow claimed that Kyiv is planning to use a dirty-bomb, allegations that the US, UK and French foreign ministers have condemned as “transparently false”. Given the renewed focus on nuclear threats, Dr Alex Bristow asks Kelsey Hartigan about progress on non-proliferation issues, risk reduction and the links between integrated deterrence and non-proliferation. The LAND 400 Phase 3 project and the suitability of infantry fighting vehicles to the ADF's future needs are hotly contested. ASPI's Dr Marcus Hellyer speaks to Dr Albert Palazzo about the ADF's proposed acquisition of the vehicles and whether the scenarios in which they might be deployed merits such an expensive purchase, something Dr Palazzo wrote about his recent ASPI report ‘Deciding the future: the Australian Army and the infantry fighting vehicle'. Pakistan recently experienced its worst floods on record – with over 9 million people displaced and over 2 million homes destroyed. Will Leben speaks to Pakistan's High Commissioner His Excellency Mr Zahid Hafeez Chaudri, about the impacts and long-term threats of climate change for Pakistan, the role of the military in disaster response and climate compensation. This week the Albanese government delivered its first Federal Budget. Senior analyst Marcus Hellyer explains why the government has kept its defence powder dry in this week's budget, setting the scene for some very difficult decisions in the first half of next year. Mentioned in this episode: ‘Deciding the future: the Australian Army and the infantry fighting vehicle': https://www.aspi.org.au/report/deciding-future Guests (in order of appearance): Dr Alex Bristow: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/dr-alex-bristow Kelsey Hartigan: https://www.csis.org/people/kelsey-hartigan Dr Marcus Hellyer: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/marcus-hellyer Dr Al Palazzo: https://researchcentre.army.gov.au/about-us/contributor-biographies/albert-palazzo Will Leben: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/will-leben H.E. Mr Zahid Hafeez Chaudri: https://www.pakistan.org.au/high-commissioner/ David Wroe: @davidwroe (Twitter)

Dennis Prager podcasts
Vermont Home

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 94:04 Very Popular


Dennis was in Vermont for the last three days giving speeches and enjoying the fall foliage… The President, specifically, and the Democrat Party, generally, are actively promoting transgenderism. The numbers of teens who now identify as the opposite sex is rising rapidly. America is now exporting bad ideas. First among them is the teenage transgender fad… Dennis talks to Matt Sharp, senior counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom. ADF is working very hard to protect the rights of parents to control the destiny of their children. Dennis talks to Dinesh D'Souza, host of the Dinesh D'Souza podcast, filmmaker, and author of 2000 Mules based on his movie of the same name... Xi Jinping is now the new Mao of China. While the Chinese economy crashes, Xi takes more power. The Left prefers power even to money. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers
As Election Nears: Economic Angst and Anger Over Public Education

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 41:16


The Christian Outlook – October 22, 2022 Kevin McCullough turns to Monica Crowley to talk about how the electorate is fired up and not just about inflation. Don Kroah and Mat Staver, of the Liberty Counsel, talk about the admission by a Phizer executive that the Covid vaccine was not tested on effectiveness at actually preventing transmission of the virus. Don Kroah talks with Marc Morano about his new book, “The Great Reset: Global Elites and the Permanent Lockdown.” Kevin McCullough talks with Karen England, of the Capitol Resource Institute, about a Michigan school that invited kids to a “family-friendly drag show.” Eric Metaxas and Kellie Fiedorek, of Alliance Defending Freedom, talk about a Colorado web designer's First Amendment case that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear. Bill Bunkley talks with pollster George Barna about the erosion of a Bible-shaped Christian worldview among pastors and churches.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
10/14/22 Ben Mckelvey on Australia's Crimes and Struggles in Afghanistan

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 82:08


Scott interviews author and freelance journalist Ben Mckelvey about a book he recently published which explores the controversies and challenges of Australian special operations in Afghanistan. Scott and Mckelvey dig into the war crime allegations and subsequent defamation lawsuits that have defined this chapter of Australian SASR history. They also take a step back and reflect on how the realities on the ground made Coalition success in the war impossible.  Discussed on the show: Find Fix Finish by Ben Mckelvey Kill Bin Laden by Thomas Greer Bush at War by Bob Woodward Brereton Report “The Other Afghan Women” (The New Yorker) Funding the Enemy by Douglas A. Wissing Ben Mckelvey is a freelance writer and editor from Sydney. He has been embedded with the ADF in East Timor and Iraq, and has worked independently in Iran and Afghanistan. Follow him on Twitter @benmckelvey  This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; and Thc Hemp Spot. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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10/14/22 Ben Mckelvey on Australia's Crimes and Struggles in Afghanistan

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 80:09


 Download Episode. Scott interviews author and freelance journalist Ben Mckelvey about a book he recently published which explores the controversies and challenges of Australian special operations in Afghanistan. Scott and Mckelvey dig into the war crime allegations and subsequent defamation lawsuits that have defined this chapter of Australian SASR history. They also take a step back and reflect on how the realities on the ground made Coalition success in the war impossible.  Discussed on the show: Find Fix Finish by Ben Mckelvey Kill Bin Laden by Thomas Greer Bush at War by Bob Woodward Brereton Report “The Other Afghan Women” (The New Yorker) Funding the Enemy by Douglas A. Wissing Ben Mckelvey is a freelance writer and editor from Sydney. He has been embedded with the ADF in East Timor and Iraq, and has worked independently in Iran and Afghanistan. Follow him on Twitter @benmckelvey  This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: The War State and Why The Vietnam War?, by Mike Swanson; Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott; and Thc Hemp Spot. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjYu5tZiG.

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers
Freedom to Live and Work without Government Punishment: Eric Metaxas with Kellie Fiedorek and Lorie Smith

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 11:17


Eric Metaxas talks with Alliance Defending Freedom's Kellie Fiedorek and Lorie Smith of 303 Creative about her free speech case before the Supreme Court in which Lorie was asked to create a web design that communicated a message that violated her faith. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Eric Metaxas Show
Ryan Bangert & Andrew Fox (Encore)

The Eric Metaxas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 46:59


Ryan Bangert of ADF and his client Andrew Fox discuss Andrew's case involving losing his job for sharing his commonly held religious beliefs. (Encore Presentation)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fasting Highway
Episode 145 Farnoosh Brock A deep dive into ADF and the mindset around intermittent fasting.

The Fasting Highway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 62:56


Farnoosh is published author with 4 books, runs her own company with her husband for the last 11 years, and does a ton of work around Mindset & Leadership with Universities (especially STEM programs) and Companies. Also passionate about yoga + fasting + getting stronger & leaner & healthier as we get older & wiser :) In this episode we talk about mindset which Farnoosh is an expert on. We also take a deep dive into ADF and why fasting is not just about weight loss. Connect with Farnoosh. www.prolificliving.com Instagram@prolificliving The Fasting Highway News. My book about my own story The Fasting Highway is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. The Fasting Highway: Graeme Currie takes you on a journey through the highs and lows of beating a crippling food addiction by losing 60kg (132 pounds) living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle. For Australian and New Zealand residents, you can buy the book direct from me at www.thefastinghighway.com. For the rest of the world Amazon is your best option. You can follow me on Instagram at graemecurrie_63 or join The Fasting Highway Facebook Community. Enjoy The Show Graeme. Disclaimer all views expressed in this podcast episode are those of the guest and host. No part of this podcast should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your medical professional before starting any health plan.www.prolificliving.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message

Dennis Prager podcasts
Making Up Wisdom

Dennis Prager podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 75:08 Very Popular


When you make up “wisdom” without reference to basic texts like the Bible, you come up with ideas like men can have babies… CA to doctors: Agree with us or put your medical license at risk… Dennis talks to Ami Horowitz, video journalist. In his new video, Ami asks UCLA students if a five-year old should be allowed to “transition.” Should you hide your past from someone you hope to be your spouse? Dennis has thoughts. So do callers. Dennis talks to Joel Alperson, one of the collaborators on Dennis's Rational Bible Series… Dennis talks to Jeremy Tedesco, senior counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom. ADF has ranked the 50 most woke corporations. Thanks for listening to the Daily Dennis Prager Podcast. To hear the entire three hours of my radio show as a podcast, commercial-free every single day, become a member of Pragertopia. You'll also get access to 15 years' worth of archives, as well as daily show prep. Subscribe today at Pragertopia dot com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Eric Metaxas Show
Billy Hallowell

The Eric Metaxas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:36


Billy Hallowell interviews Eric for CBN about "Letter to the American Church"; and Robert Netzly of Inspire Investing has important news affecting investments; plus, Jeremy Tedesco of ADF updates legal battles.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Eric Metaxas Show

Dean Cain, a.k.a. Superman, talks about his intriguing role in "No Vacancy," available at SalemNOW.com; "Ask Metaxas" tackles more listener emails; and Jeremy Tedesco of ADF zeroes in on key legal cases.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.