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Latin American Spanish
News In Slow Spanish Latino #450 - Spanish course with current events

Latin American Spanish

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 3:03


Comenzaremos la primera parte del programa hablando de las críticas de la comunidad internacional al nuevo mandato de Daniel Ortega como presidente de Nicaragua; y de la preocupante ola de calor en Sudamérica. Hablaremos también del descubrimiento de una red social que existió en África hace 50 mil años; y para finalizar, del aderezo francés, que ya no será regulado por la FDA.    En nuestra sección Trending in Latin America hablaremos del actor Cristo Fernández, quien tiene un papel memorable en la serie Ted Lasso. Cerraremos la emisión repasando las historias ambientales más impactantes del 2021. - Daniel Ortega asume una vez más como presidente de Nicaragua - Parte de Sudamérica sufre temperaturas récord - La primera “red social” existió en África hace 50 mil años - La FDA ya no regulará el aderezo francés - Cristo Fernández y su famosa frase: “el fútbol es vida” - Las historias ambientales más impactantes de 2021

El Washington Post
Daniel Ortega toma posesión. Djokovic en Australia. Congresistas de EE. UU. y la esclavitud

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 20:19


¿Por qué Ortega se posesionó de nuevo como presidente de Nicaragua? Hablamos con Daniel Zovatto, del IDEA. Sobre Djokovic llamamos al periodista Fernando Murciego. Y sobre congresistas esclavistas, a Adrián Blanco de "The Washington Post"

Noticiero Univision
Tragedia en el Bronx: 17 fallecidos en un incendio

Noticiero Univision

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 21:25


El mal funcionamiento de un calentador eléctrico produjo un voraz incendio. Entre las víctimas hay familias hispanas, africanas y de varias partes del mundo.En otras noticias: Escuelas de Chicago siguen cerradas mientras continúa la polémica entre maestros y el distrito escolar. Padres de familia exigen un acuerdo en favor de los estudiantes.Estudio de Harvard asegura que los niños que toman clases de manera remota, muestran grandes cambios en su comportamiento.Personas con sistema inmunológico comprometido comenzarán a recibir la cuarta dosis de la vacuna contra el coronavirus.California podría convertirse en el primer estado en brindar cobertura de salud a todas las personas sin importar su status migratorio.Familiares y amigos de la joven víctima de una bala perdida de la policía en un centro comercial, exigieron justicia.

Lesart - das Literaturmagazin - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Schriftsteller Ramírez über sein Heimatland - In Nicaragua entsteht eine "Familiendiktatur"

Lesart - das Literaturmagazin - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 5:41


Sergio Ramírez ist einer der berühmtesten Romanciers Nicaraguas. Früher kämpfte er mit Daniel Ortega gegen den Diktator Somoza. Doch sein einstiger Weggefährte wandte sich gegen ihn und zwang ihn ins Exil. Sogar seine Romane wurden verboten.Von Peter Schumannwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, LesartDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Confidencial Radio
Episodio 220 | Familiares de presos políticos confirman que siguen aislados y persisten malas condiciones en El Chipote

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 4:22


El régimen de Daniel Ortega accedió a que los presos políticos detenidos en el nuevo “Chipote”, recibieran una visita de sus familiares en vísperas de Año Nuevo, después que se les negara este derecho durante las celebraciones de Navidad.

Reportagem
Retrospectiva América Latina 2021: ano marcado pela pandemia, disputas ideológicas e fraudes eleitorais

Reportagem

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 14:46


O ano de 2021 na América Latina foi marcado pelas consequências políticas das campanhas de vacinação contra o coronavírus, pelas disputas ideológicas no mapa político da região e pelo avanço de regimes autoritários com fraudes eleitorais. Márcio Resende, correspondente da RFI na Argentina O primeiro turno das eleições no Equador aconteceu em fevereiro e o segundo turno em abril. Nessa altura, a campanha de vacinação contra a Covid-19 ainda engatinhava. Mas ela foi fundamental para aumentar o capital político do novo governo do presidente Guillermo Lasso. Como candidato, ele tinha prometido que, se eleito, vacinaria metade da população nos primeiros 100 dias de governo. "Com 50 vacinados em média por cada centro, chegaremos a nove milhões de equatorianos nos primeiros 100 dias", declarou Lasso. Quando assumiu o poder no final de maio, apenas 3% da população equatoriana estava imunizada. Mas 100 dias depois, tal como tinha prometido, 52% dos equatorianos já estavam vacinados. A popularidade do novo presidente chegou aos 74%. Mas logo depois, com três motins penitenciários que deixaram centenas de mortos e com o seu nome envolvido na investigação Pandora Papers, a popularidade de Guillermo Lasso despencou. O ano termina com o Equador como primeiro país das Américas a tornar obrigatória a vacinação contra covid-19. A decisão é sanitária, mas também política: Guillermo Lasso quer recuperar em 2022 a popularidade que uma campanha de vacinação bem-sucedida lhe deu em 2021. Peru: desvio de vacinas No Peru, um escândalo com vacinas acabou com as chances do candidato do então presidente Francisco Sagasti. Centenas de privilegiados tiveram acesso à vacina antes mesmo do começo da campanha de imunização. As doses foram usadas por altos funcionários públicos. O escândalo ajudou a fragmentar ainda mais a disputa eleitoral, levando à vitória a extrema-esquerda de Pedro Castillo, um desconhecido professor rural e sindicalista. Pedro Castillo foi eleito no dia 6 de junho por apenas 44 mil votos de diferença com a segunda colocada, a candidata Keiko Fujimori. Mas ela não aceitou a derrota e apresentou dezenas de impugnações. Durante 43 dias, até julho, o país ficou sem saber quem ganhou as eleições. Logo no quarto mês de mandato, neste mês de dezembro, Pedro Castillo enfrentou um processo de impeachment por incapacidade moral, mas acabou vitorioso e evitou a destituição. Jovem esquerda vence no Chile Em novembro, quatro meses antes do final do seu mandato, o presidente do Chile, Sebastián Piñera, também foi alvo de um processo de impeachment, mas também conseguiu se livrar da destituição. Mas essa foi a única votação em que Piñera saiu vitorioso. A sua coligação de direita foi derrotada nas eleições para constituintes em maio, para governadores em maio e junho, nas presidenciais e nas legislativas de novembro. Na esteira das grandes manifestações iniciadas há dois anos contra a desigualdade, os chilenos preferiram uma maioria de esquerda na Assembleia Constitituinte que começou a redigir uma nova Constituição em julho. Na América Latina, o Chile é o país que mais vacinou a sua população contra a Covid-19 e Sebastián Piñera quis usar o sucesso da campanha de imunização para melhorar a sua baixa popularidade. Não conseguiu. O conservador também tentou melhorar a imagem ao impulsionar o debate sobre o casamento homossexual. A medida foi aprovada em dezembro, mas a aprovação de Piñera, em torno de 15%, não melhorou. O envolvimento do presidente chileno nas investigações reveladas pelo Pandora Papers foi a tiro de misericórdia na sua coligação. Desde que o Chile recuperou a democracia em 1990, o país foi governado pelo centro, ora a centro-esquerda, ora a centro-direita. Mas, neste ano, pela primeira vez, o Chile teve uma eleição presidencial disputada pelos extremos. O segundo turno foi disputado entre um adepto do socialista Salvador Allende, o candidato Gabriel Boric, e um adepto do ditador Augusto Pinochet, o candidato José Antonio Kast. No Brasil, Boric tinha o apoio de Lula enquanto Kast, de Bolsonaro. Com apenas 35 anos, Boric tornou-se o mais jovem e o mais votado presidente da história do Chile. "Vocês já sabem. Venho de Magalhães, no extremo Sul do Chile, quase tocando a Antártida. Tenho 35 anos. Compatriotas, serei o presidente de todos os chilenos e chilenas", declarou. A dúvida que se abre é se a América do Sul está diante de uma nova onda de esquerda. A resposta só virá em 2022, depois das eleições na Colômbia em maio e no Brasil, em outubro. Argentina: vacinas para amigos do poder   Na Argentina, o governo também pretendia usar a campanha de vacinação como um trunfo eleitoral. Por isso, para dar mais tempo de avançar com a vacinação, adiou as eleições legislativas de outubro para novembro. Mas o tiro saiu pela culatra. Ainda em fevereiro, foi revelado um esquema de privilegiados que furaram a fila para se vacinarem antes do pessoal da Saúde e dos idosos. O esquema, apelidado de Vacinação VIP, beneficiava membros do governo, políticos amigos e até empresários aliados. Alguns chegaram a ser vacinados numa sala anexa ao gabinete do ministro da Saúde, improvisada como sala de vacinação para os amigos do poder. Em setembro, os argentinos ficaram estarrecidos com fotos e vídeos de uma festinha de aniversário clandestina da primeira-dama Fabíola Yañez, da qual participou o presidente Alberto Fernández. A festa aconteceu na residência presidencial em julho de 2020, quando o país vivia o mais estrito e prolongado confinamento do mundo. "No dia 14 de julho, dia do aniversário da minha querida Fabiola, ela convocou uma reunião com os seus amigos para brindar que não devia ter acontecido. Lamento que tenha acontecido", declarou Fernández. Nas eleições de novembro chegou a conta: o governo sofreu a maior derrota eleitoral da história do peronismo. Pela primeira vez desde a recuperação da democracia há 38 anos, o peronismo perdeu o controle do Senado. Colômbia: poucas vacinas e muitos impostos O atraso na campanha de vacinação devido à falta de vacinas somada ao anúncio de uma reforma tributária do governo para arrecadar mais em plena pandemia levou os colombianos novamente às ruas no final de abril. Foi uma reedição das grandes marchas de novembro de 2019. Grupos de vândalos se infiltraram nas manifestações, provocando confrontos com a polícia e com o exército. Mesmo com toque de recolher, os protestos continuaram durante 49 dias. A violência deixou mais de 80 manifestantes mortos. A reforma tributária não avançou. O projeto incluía aumentos nos produtos da cesta básica e nos serviços públicos. O governo pretendia arrecadar o equivalente a 2% do PIB para garantir o pagamento da dívida pública. Cubanos vão às ruas Os protestos aconteceram também nas ditaduras. Os cubanos ousaram desafiar o regime autoritário em 2021. Foram os maiores protestos populares em mais de 60 anos desde a revolução cubana. Em julho, a crise sanitária provocada pela pandemia levou os cubanos a se manifestarem contra o governo em todo o país. Os outros motivos para os protestos foram os constantes apagões, a escassez de alimentos e de medicamentos e a falta de liberdade de expressão. O governo tentou impedir a onda de manifestações cortando a rede de Internet e impedindo as comunicações através dos celulares. A resposta contra os manifestantes chegou com repressão, cerca de 500 presos e um morto. A maioria continua na prisão, apesar dos pedidos da União Europeia e da comunidade internacional. Nicarágua: farsa de ex-guerrilheiro  Em novembro, na Nicarágua, Daniel Ortega foi reeleito para um quarto mandato consecutivo com 75% dos votos numa eleição sem opositores e considerada uma farsa pela União Europeia e pela comunidade internacional. Os sete candidatos que seriam opositores nas eleições tornaram-se presos políticos. Sem opções e com medo, 80% dos nicaraguenses preferiram ficar em casa numa abstenção de protesto, segundo organismos independentes. Só em 2021, foram mais 39 presos entre políticos, empresários, camponeses, jornalistas, estudantes e ativistas. A socióloga e reconhecida defensora dos Direitos Humanos, María Teresa Blandón, conversou com a RFI mesmo com medo de ser presa por dar uma entrevista. "Não podemos fazer nada. Não podemos dar entrevistas. Alguns ativistas foram presos por darem entrevistas como esta que estou dando. Tenho medo, sim. Mas não tenho alternativa. Se eu me calar, sei que morrerei de vergonha. É provável que não me matem, mas poderia incrementar a lista de presos. É uma possibilidade real. Não estou dramatizando. É uma possibilidade realíssima", alertou Blandón. Venezuela: abstenção de 82% reelege Maduro Ainda entre os regimes autoritários, a Venezuela foi às urnas para eleições legislativas no começo de dezembro. Ir às urnas é maneira de dizer porque 82% dos eleitores se abstiveram. O regime de Nicolás Maduro ganhou em 20 dos 23 estados da Venezuela, além da capital Caracas. Cerca de 50 países, incluídas as principais democracias do mundo, não reconheceram o resultado. A União Europeia considerou o pleito na Venezuela como uma farsa eleitoral. Haiti: sangue eleitoral  O presidente do Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, de 53 anos, foi assassinado a tiros na sua própria casa na madrugada de 7 de julho por uma quadrilha de mercenários colombianos. Durante sua gestão, iniciada em fevereiro de 2017, Moïse conviveu com protestos populares contra o seu governo, mas, apesar da baixa popularidade, o seu assassinato indignou a população, que protestou. Moïse não podia ser candidato nas eleições de setembro e tinha convocado um referendo para uma nova Constituição no mesmo dia das eleições. Os opositores viam nessa consulta popular uma manobra do presidente para eliminar o artigo que proíbe a reeleição e, assim, continuar no poder. Com a morte do chefe de Estado, o primeiro-ministro Ariel Henry assumiu o poder. As eleições foram canceladas, ainda sem nova data. E Henry também quer uma nova Constituição. Para piorar o panorama, em agosto, o Haiti estremeceu com um terremoto. Mais de 2.200 mortos e 50 mil casas destruídas. China e Rússia aumentam influência  A dificuldade de acesso às vacinas dos laboratórios europeus e norte-americanos por parte da maioria dos países da América Latina facilitou que a Rússia e a China aproveitassem para expandir as suas zonas de influência. Nessa região da qual os Estados Unidos se ausentaram durante o período Donald Trump, China e Rússia usaram as vacinas como instrumento de geopolítica. Uma silenciosa ampliação da presença comercial, de prestígio internacional e de poder. Mas a chegada da variante delta em meados do ano e da ômicron em seguida expuseram os limites dessa chamada "Diplomacia das Vacinas". A insuficiente produção da russa Sputnik, sobretudo da segunda dose, e a menor eficácia das vacinas chinesas permitiram aos Estados Unidos de Joe Biden recuperarem parte do terreno perdido na era Trump. Para reforçar essa estratégia, no segundo semestre, os Estados Unidos começaram a doar vacinas à região. Antagonismo no Mercosul Em todas as eleições houve um ponto em comum: a polarização entre direita e esquerda, com propostas de governo completamente antagônicas. Esse confronto ideológico também foi levado ao Mercosul, que completou 30 anos em março. Governados pela direita, Brasil, Uruguai e Paraguai defendem o livre comércio. Governada pela esquerda, a Argentina resiste a mudanças, preferindo o protecionismo. Brasil e Uruguai querem flexibilizar as regras do bloco para facilitar a negociação individual com terceiros países. Argentina e Paraguai preferem negociações em conjunto. Em março, o presidente do Uruguai, Luis Lacalle Pou, deixou claro que está insatisfeito. "Temos de avançar nas negociações com outros blocos. Nós não estamos satisfeitos. Comunicamos que o Uruguai pretende avançar em acordos com outros países", disse. Como no Mercosul qualquer mudança requer o consenso entre todos os seus membros, a Argentina exerceu o seu poder de veto com o objetivo de ganhar tempo, apostando numa mudança de governo no Brasil em 2022. Trinta anos depois do seu nascimento, o Mercosul está num ponto de inflexão. E um dos seus maiores desafios será durar outros 30 anos.

Misterios
Informe Enigma T7x10: ¿Noche de Paz?, Asesinatos en Navidad · Misterios Bélicos: La Tregua de Navidad

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 130:57


Sumario Informe Enigma Dirige y Presenta: Jorge Ríos Escúchanos cada viernes de 23:00h a 01:00h en directo en Radio Platja d'Aro. Síguenos a través de nuestras redes sociales o contacta con nosotros en el siguiente correo electrónico: enigma-rpa@hotmail.com Contacto Yolanda Martínez: 647552954 Contacto StillNoufred Palamós: 629535811 Contacto Verde Limón Palamós: 609532867 1/Los crímenes y sucesos no se toman vacaciones mientras las familias brindan frente al árbol. Hoy, con Iván Mourin, repasamos algunos que, por su contexto navideño, resultaron doblemente trágicos.Era diciembre de 1914 y apenas transcurridos los primeros meses desde el inicio de la Primera Guerra Mundial, alemanes y aliados batallaban en los frentes de Bélgica y Francia. Desde sus trincheras anegadas, los soldados del imperio alemán y las tropas británicas intercambiaban disparos sobre una franja de tierra de nadie en la que camaradas heridos y muertos yacían esparcidos. Pero al llegar la Nochebuena, en varios puntos del Frente Occidental los alemanes colocaron árboles iluminados en los parapetos de las trincheras y los aliados se les unieron en un alto el fuego espontáneo: fue la conocida como Tregua Navidad de la Primera Guerra Mundial. Hoy, con Daniel Ortega conoceremos en profundidad este hecho que marco las páginas de la historia para siempre. 2/ ¿Qué ocurre con nuestros seres queridos en Navidad? ¿tienen permiso para visitarnos en estas fiestas tan señaladas? Descubre todo esto y mucho más con Yolanda Martínez en Voces del Más Allá.

Radio Platja d'aro, Informe Enigma
T7 x 10 Parte 2 *Misterios Bélicos: La Tregua de Navidad*

Radio Platja d'aro, Informe Enigma

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 128:57


Sumario Informe Enigma Dirige y Presenta: Jorge Ríos Escúchanos cada viernes de 23:00h a 01:00h en directo en Radio Platja d'Aro. Síguenos a través de nuestras redes sociales o contacta con nosotros en el siguiente correo electrónico: enigma-rpa@hotmail.com Contacto Yolanda Martínez: 647552954 Contacto StillNoufred Palamós: 629535811 Contacto Verde Limón Palamós: 609532867 T7 x 10 Parte 2 1/ Era diciembre de 1914 y apenas transcurridos los primeros meses desde el inicio de la Primera Guerra Mundial, alemanes y aliados batallaban en los frentes de Bélgica y Francia. Desde sus trincheras anegadas, los soldados del imperio alemán y las tropas británicas intercambiaban disparos sobre una franja de tierra de nadie en la que camaradas heridos y muertos yacían esparcidos. Pero al llegar la Nochebuena, en varios puntos del Frente Occidental los alemanes colocaron árboles iluminados en los parapetos de las trincheras y los aliados se les unieron en un alto el fuego espontáneo: fue la conocida como Tregua Navidad de la Primera Guerra Mundial. Hoy, con Daniel Ortega conoceremos en profundidad este hecho que marco las páginas de la historia para siempre. 2/ ¿Qué ocurre con nuestros seres queridos en Navidad? ¿tienen permiso para visitarnos en estas fiestas tan señaladas? Descubre todo esto y mucho más con Yolanda Martínez en Voces del Más Allá.

Confidencial Radio
Episodio 219 | Seis países de BCIE favorecen a Ortega con préstamo de 382.6 millones de dólares

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 4:35


Los representantes de Honduras, El Salvador, México, Argentina y Corea, mantuvieron su apoyo a la dictadura de Daniel Ortega, al aprobar un préstamos del Banco Centroamericano de Integración Económica, BCIE, de 382.6 millones de dólares, para la ejecución del décimo ‘Programa de Ampliación y Mejoramiento de Carreteras'. El lunes pasado, el Banco informó que había aprobado ese préstamo para construir y mejorar 185.2 kilómetros de carreteras en nueve municipios del Pacífico y dos del Caribe Sur, comenzando con “la mejora” de 119.5 kilómetros de vías en Rivas, Carazo y Managua, para construir La Costanera.

Hold Your Fire!
S2 Episode 16: Can the U.S. Address Migration's “Root Causes” in Central America?

Hold Your Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 47:13


Over recent years, an estimated million and a half Central Americans have made the journey up to the U.S. seeking a better life. Many are fleeing political instability, corruption, poverty or gang violence and predation. In Nicaragua, President Daniel Ortega has veered toward dictatorship, locking up his rivals and dismantling civil society organisations after winning a fourth term in an election widely condemned as rigged. Ortega's counterpart in El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, a social media-savvy millennial leader, has had some success in reducing phenomenal levels of violence, seemingly through deals with gangs. But he too, shows worrying authoritarian traits, dismissing Supreme Court justices in an apparent bid to stay in power. There have been bright spots. In Honduras, opposition candidate Xiomara Castro won a peaceful election only a few weeks ago. The ruling party accepted defeat, allaying fears of a political crisis. This week on Hold Your Fire! Richard Atwood and Naz Modirzadeh are joined by Crisis Group's Analyst for Central America, Tiziano Breda, and its Latin America Program Director, Ivan Briscoe. They talk about Nicaragua's troubling direction under Ortega and how the outside world should respond. They also talk about Bukele's record, what explains his popularity and his government's controversial approach to gang violence. They discuss U.S. policy toward Central America under former President Donald Trump and what has changed under President Joe Biden and ask how much outside actors can realistically help mend the deep-rooted trends that drive migration. For more information, explore Crisis Group's analysis on our Central America regional page. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Confidencial Radio
Episodio 218 | Parlamento Europeo desconoce el nuevo gobierno de Daniel Ortega y Rosario Murillo

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 5:40


Una amplia mayoría del Parlamento Europeo aprobó este 16 de diciembre una resolución sobre Nicaragua, que condena “la farsa electoral” del pasado 7 de noviembre y desconoce el nuevo mandato de Daniel Ortega y Rosario Murillo.

Historias Podcast
Historias 150 - Eline Van Ommen on the Nicaraguan presidential election

Historias Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 27:32


On November 7, 2021, Daniel Ortega won his fourth consecutive term as president of Nicaragua in an election roundly assailed as both unfree and unfair. Prior to election day, the Nicaraguan state incarcerated presidential candidates from opposition parties and leaders and activists from a variety of social movements and civil society organizations. Steven spoke with Dr. Eline Van Ommen to better understand how to understand the results and what it means for democracy in Nicaragua. https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/history/staff/3345/dr-eline-van-ommen

Media – SECOLAS
Historias 150 - Eline Van Ommen on the Nicaraguan presidential election

Media – SECOLAS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 27:32


On November 7, 2021, Daniel Ortega won his fourth consecutive term as president of Nicaragua in an election roundly assailed as both unfree and unfair. Prior to election day, the Nicaraguan state incarcerated presidential candidates from opposition parties and leaders and activists from a variety of social movements and civil society organizations. Steven spoke with Dr. Eline Van Ommen to better understand how to understand the results and what it means for democracy in Nicaragua. https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/history/staff/3345/dr-eline-van-ommen

Confidencial Radio
Episodio 217 | Cancelan reunión de presidentes de Centroamérica tras reelección sin legitimidad de Daniel Ortega

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 5:21


Aunque el canciller guatemalteco Pedro Brolo informó que la decisión del aplazamiento se debió a que solo dos presidentes confirmaron su asistencia, analistas consultados por CONFIDENCIAL atribuyeron la misma al descontento regional por la reelección ilegal de Daniel Ortega.

Misterios
Informe Enigma: La Tragedia de Chernobyl

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 119:25


El 26 de abril de 1986 una prueba de seguridad en la central nuclear de Chernóbil provocó la mayor catástrofe nuclear de la historia. La explosión del cuarto reactor desencadenó una reacción en cadena que amenazó con provocar una segunda explosión aún más potente, diez veces más fuerte que la de Hiroshima y que habría afectado a media Europa. Un secreto que los soviéticos ocultaron durante muchísimo tiempo. Durante 8 meses, unos 800.000 hombres trabajaron a contra reloj para acabar con la radiactividad construyendo un sarcófago alrededor del reactor explosionado. 1/Mercedes Pullman, nacida en la antigua Unión Soviética, vivió el accidente desde muy cerca y hoy hablamos con ella para saber que hay de verdad o mentira en la versión oficial que nos presenta la plataforma HBO acerca del accidente de Chernobyl, así como para saber cual fue la reacción del pueblo soviético ante aquella catástrofe. 2/ Hace 33 años tenía lugar el desastre en la central de Chernobyl, el impacto del accidente sobre la salud de las personas y el medio ambiente continúan, en la actualidad ocho millones de personas viven contaminadas en las áreas de Ucrania, Rusia y especialmente en Bielorrusia, sin embargo, algo más profundo queda en aquél lugar. Daniel Ortega regresa para hablarnos de los antecedentes bélicos que ocurrieron a lo largo de la historia en los alrededores de la centra nuclear de Chernobyl y como estos dejaron una huella imborrable con el paso del tiempo. Un huella que quizás fuera la responsable del accidente. 3/ Yolanda Martínez en Voces del Más Allá y a través del tarot de Osho, resolverá que tipo de energía tendrá cada signo del zodiaco de cara a este nuevo año.

大紀元新聞
中共挖台邦交尼加拉瓜 歐盟首度公開發聲挺台 | 大紀元 | 大纪元

大紀元新聞

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 3:21


中美洲國家尼加拉瓜奧蒂嘉(Daniel Ortega,又譯奧爾特加)政權12月10日第二度斷交中華民國、轉向與中華人民共和國建交。歐盟12日表示,歐洲聯盟在遵循歐盟的一中政策的同時,繼續支持台灣的治理體系,並追求開展與理念相近夥伴台灣的合作交流。 更多內容請見:https://www.epochtimes.com/b5/21/12/12/n13432657.htm 大纪元,大纪元新闻,大紀元,大紀元新聞,尼加拉瓜, 歐盟 Support this podcast

Confidencial Radio
Episodio 216 | Eurodiputados rechazan farsa electoral y el nuevo Gobierno de Daniel Ortega

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 5:37


Los diputados del Parlamento Europeo debatieron este 14 de diciembre una nueva resolución sobre la situación de Nicaragua, en la que condenan “la farsa electoral” del pasado 7 de noviembre y desconocen a las “autoridades institucionales” surgidas de esas elecciones.

Radio Platja d'aro, Informe Enigma
Reemisión *La Tragedia de Chernobyl*

Radio Platja d'aro, Informe Enigma

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 119:25


Debido al confinamiento por el Coronavirus COVID-19 os ofrecemos una serie de reemisiones de los mejores programas de Informe Enigma. Sumario Informe Enigma Dirige y Presenta: Jorge Ríos Escúchanos cada viernes de 23:00h a 01:00h en directo en Radio Platja d'Aro. https://danielortegaescritor.com/ Contacto Yolanda Martínez: 647552954 Contacto StillNoufred Palamós: 629535811 Contacto Verde Limón Palamós: 609532867 El 26 de abril de 1986 una prueba de seguridad en la central nuclear de Chernóbil provocó la mayor catástrofe nuclear de la historia. La explosión del cuarto reactor desencadenó una reacción en cadena que amenazó con provocar una segunda explosión aún más potente, diez veces más fuerte que la de Hiroshima y que habría afectado a media Europa. Un secreto que los soviéticos ocultaron durante muchísimo tiempo. Durante 8 meses, unos 800.000 hombres trabajaron a contra reloj para acabar con la radiactividad construyendo un sarcófago alrededor del reactor explosionado. 1/Mercedes Pullman, nacida en la antigua Unión Soviética, vivió el accidente desde muy cerca y hoy hablamos con ella para saber que hay de verdad o mentira en la versión oficial que nos presenta la plataforma HBO acerca del accidente de Chernobyl, así como para saber cual fue la reacción del pueblo soviético ante aquella catástrofe. 2/ Hace 33 años tenía lugar el desastre en la central de Chernobyl, el impacto del accidente sobre la salud de las personas y el medio ambiente continúan, en la actualidad ocho millones de personas viven contaminadas en las áreas de Ucrania, Rusia y especialmente en Bielorrusia, sin embargo, algo más profundo queda en aquél lugar. Daniel Ortega regresa para hablarnos de los antecedentes bélicos que ocurrieron a lo largo de la historia en los alrededores de la centra nuclear de Chernobyl y como estos dejaron una huella imborrable con el paso del tiempo. Un huella que quizás fuera la responsable del accidente. 3/ Yolanda Martínez en Voces del Más Allá y a través del tarot de Osho, resolverá que tipo de energía tendrá cada signo del zodiaco de cara a este nuevo año.

Trump 2020
L'Amérique latine, un continent sous influence états-unienne qui aiguise l'appétit de Pékin

Trump 2020

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 15:58


Des élections ont lieu ces temps-ci dans un certain nombre de pays d'Amérique latine. Il est frappant de constater le contraste qui existe sur ce continent entre des gouvernements d'extrême gauche (Vénézuela de Maduro) et d'extrême droite avec le Brésil de Bolsonaro, mais aussi le Chili, où un candidat émule de Pinochet est présent au second tour de la présidentielle qui aura lieu le 19 décembre. Un second contraste distingue des États où les conditions du processus électoral sont très peu démocratiques (comme au Nicaragua, où le sandiniste Daniel Ortega a été reconduit à la tête du pays le 7 novembre dernier sans aucune opposition) et d'autres où l'alternance se déroule pacifiquement, comme au Honduras où la désignation de la candidate de gauche Xiomara Castro contre son opposant de droite le 28 novembre dernier s'est effectuée dans le respect du droit. Évidemment, l'ombre des États-Unis porte sur tout le continent latino-américain. On savait Trump très proche de Bolsonaro, on se doute que Biden a une vision très différente. Quelle est l'approche de l'actuel président des États-Unis vis-à-vis de ses voisins du Sud? Au-delà du premier problème de son administration avec la région, qui est l'afflux d'immigrants illégaux, les responsables politiques ont-ils un vrai projet pour cette zone face aux avancées chinoises? Slate.fr s'est associé à la newsletter «Time to Sign Off» (TTSO) et à l'Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI) pour suivre l'actualité politique américaine et proposer tous les mercredis le podcast New Deal, avec Laurence Nardon, responsable du programme Amérique du Nord de l'IFRI, et cette semaine Christophe Carron, directeur des rédactions de Slate.fr. Prise de son et montage: Aurélie Rodrigues Musique: «Cutting It Close», DJ Freedem Suivez-nous sur Instagram et Facebook. Pour échanger et découvrir de nouveaux podcasts, rejoignez aussi le Slate Podcast Club sur Facebook.

Confidencial Radio
Episodio 212 | Más de 35 organizaciones opositoras descartan diálogo con Daniel Ortega y Murillo

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 4:37


Desde San José, Costa Rica, los líderes de estas organizaciones señalaron que “nunca han existido condiciones” para dialogar con la pareja gobernante, a quienes acusan de cometer crímenes de lesa humanidad y violar los derechos humanos del pueblo nicaragüense.

Congressional Dish
CD243: Target Nicaragua

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 128:14


In mid-November, following the re-election of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, Congress passed and President Biden signed the RENACER Act, which escalated an ongoing economic war against President Daniel Ortega. In this episode learn about what the RENACER Act does as we examine the situation in Nicaragua and find out and why Daniel Ortega has a target on his back. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes Essential Background Episodes CD102: The World Trade Organization: COOL? CD167: Combating Russia (NDAA 2018) LIVE CD186: National Endowment for Democracy CD187: Combating China Rabbit Hole Episodes CD041: Why Attack Syria? CD067: What Do We Want In Ukraine? CD108: Regime Change (Syria) CD131: Bombing Libya CD156: Sanctions – Russia, North Korea & Iran CD172: The Illegal Bombing of Syria CD176: Target Venezuela: Regime Change in Progress CD190: A Coup for Capitalism CD191: The “Democracies” Of Elliott Abrams CD208: The Brink of the Iran War CD224: Social Media Censorship CD225: Targets of the Free Marketeers CD229: Target Belarus U.S.-Nicaragua Relations Maureen Taft-Morales. November 4, 2021. “Nicaragua in Brief: Political Developments in 2021, U.S. Policy, and Issues for Congress.” Congressional Research Service. U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs. September 14, 2021. U.S. Relations With Nicaragua William I. Robinson. August 19, 2021. “Crisis in Nicaragua: Is the Ortega-Murillo Government Leftist? (Part I)” North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) Clare Ribando Seelke. March 17, 2008. “Nicaragua: Political Situation and U.S. Relations” [RS22836]. Congressional Research Service. Maureen Taft-Morales. April 19, 2007. “Nicaragua: The Election of Daniel Ortega and Issues in U.S. Relations [RL33983] Congressional Research Service. IMF Staff. May 16, 2006. “Nicaragua : Staff Report for the 2005 Article IV Consultation, Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Reviews Under the Three Year Arrangement Under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility, Requests for Rephasing and Waiver of Performance Criteria, Financing Assurances Review, and Request for Extension of the Arrangement.” The International Monetary Fund. Author's Name Redacted. May 16, 1997. “Nicaragua: Changes Under the Chamorro Government and U.S. Concerns” [96-813 F]. Congressional Research Service. Edgar Chamorro. January 9, 1986. “Terror Is the Most Effective Weapon of Nicaragua's 'Contras.'” The New York Times. Fred Hiatt, Joanne Omang, Michael Getler and Don Oberdorfer. April 7, 1984. “CIA Helped To Mine Ports In Nicaragua.” The Washington Post. Nicaragua Relationships to Russia and China 100% Noticias. September 9, 2021. “Nicaraguan Parliament Ratifies Security Agreement with Russia. Havana Times. “Russia, Nicaragua ink information security deal.” July 19, 2021. TASS: Russian News Agency. Frida Ghitis. June 8, 2017. “A Russian Satellite-Tracking Facility in Nicaragua Raises Echoes of the Cold War.” World Politics Review. Cristina Silva. May 22, 2017. “New Cold War: Is Russia Spying on the U.S. From a Nicaragua Military Compound?” Newsweek. Carrie Kahn. November 17, 2016. “U.S. To Monitor Security Agreement Signed Between Russia And Nicaragua.” NPR Morning Edition. John Otis. June 4, 2015. “Nicaraguan Canal Plan Riles Landholders.” The Wall Street Journal. Matthew Miller. May 4, 2014. “China's 'ordinary' billionaire behind grand Nicaragua canal plan.” Reuters. 2021 Sanctions “Nicaragua Leaves the Organization of American States.” November 19, 2021. Telesur. U.S. Department of the Treasury. November 15, 2021. “Treasury Sanctions Public Ministry of Nicaragua and Nine Government Officials Following Sham November Elections.” Antony Blinken. November 15, 2021. “New Sanctions Following Sham Elections in Nicaragua.” U.S. Department of State. Ned Price. August 6, 2021. “The United States Restricts Visas of 50 Additional Nicaraguan Individuals Affiliated With Ortega-Murillo Regime.” U.S. Department of State. Antony Blinken. July 12, 2021. “The United States Restricts Visas of 100 Nicaraguans Affiliated with Ortega-Murillo Regime.” U.S. Department of State. U.S. Department of the Treasury. June 9, 2021. “Treasury Sanctions Nicaraguan Officials for Supporting Ortega's Efforts to Undermine Democracy, Human Rights, and the Economy.” “Nicaragua Minimum Wage.” Minimum-Wage.org 2021 Nicaraguan Elections “North Americans Debunk US & OAS Claims on Nicaragua Election.” November 10, 2021. Kawsachun News. Monique Beals. November 7, 2021. “Biden slams Nicaragua's 'sham elections,' calls Ortegas autocrats.” The Hill. Meta (formerly Facebook). November 1, 2021. “October 2021 Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior Report.” Meta (formerly Facebook). November 1, 2021. “October 2021 Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior Report Summary.” Nahal Toosi. October 26, 2021. “Tiny Nicaragua is becoming a big problem for Joe Biden.” Politico. Antony Blinken. October 22, 2021. “The United States Applauds the OAS Resolution Condemning the Undemocratic Electoral Process and Repression in Nicaragua.” U.S. Embassy in El Salvador. Carlos Dada. October 6, 2021. “La prioridad ahorita es que no nos maten; luego, la justicia y la democracia.” El Faro. Kai M. Thaler and Ryan C. Berg. August 24, 2021. “To replace autocrats of Nicaragua, think beyond this fall's election.” The Los Angeles Times. Associated Press. December 11, 2020. “Nicaragua opposition figure seeks rule changes for 2021 vote.” The Associated Press. Foreign Agent Law Guy José Bendaña-Guerrero. May 2, 2021. “Changes in Nicaragua's Consumer Law.” Marca Sur. “Nicaragua: National Assembly Approves Law To Defend Its People. December 22, 2020. Telesur. LAND Staff. October 29, 2020. “Nicaragua Approves Cybercrime Law.” Latin America News Dispatch (LAND). Associated Press. October 15, 2020. “Nicaragua passes controversial 'foreign agent' law.” ABC News. Oretega's Arrested Opponents Felix Maradiaga Biography. World Economic Forum. Felix Maradiaga Curriculum Vitae. Academia.edu Cristiana Chamorro Biography. The Dialogue: Leadership for the Americas. Cristiana Chamorro LinkedIn Profile. Juan Sebastian Chamorro LinkedIn Profile. Samantha Sultoon Biography. The Atlantic Council. Jared Genser, Brian Tronic, Stephanie Herrmann, and Michael Russ. October 28, 2021. “Petition to United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.” Perseus Strategies. Tom Phillips. October 22, 2021. “Nicaraguan business leaders arrested in Ortega's pre-election crackdown.” The Guardian. “Nicaragua: Police arrest 2 more opposition contenders.” September 6, 2021. Deutsche Welle (DW). Ismael López Ocampo and Mary Beth Sheridan. June 9, 2021. “As election looms, Nicaraguan government arrests Ortega's challengers.” The Washington Post. “Ortega Holds Arturo Cruz Prisoner at Interrogation Jail.” June 7, 2021. Havana Times. “Nicaraguan police detain another opposition presidential contender. June 5, 2021. Reuters. “Nicaragua: Opposition Leader Linked To Money Laundering Scandal.” June 3, 2021. Telesur. The Guardian Staff and agencies in Managua. June 2, 2021. “Nicaragua police detain opposition leader and expected Ortega challenger.” The Guardian. Trump Era - April 2018 Protests Paz Gómez. August 25, 2021. “The Break-Up: COSEP's Love Affair with Daniel Ortega.” Impunity Observer. Mary Beth Sheridan. August 4, 2019. “Nicaragua's Ortega is strangling La Prensa, one of Latin America's most storied newspapers.” The Washington Post. U.S. Department of the Treasury. April 17, 2019. “Treasury Targets Finances of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's Regime.” Samantha Sultoon. November 29, 2018. “Trump administration's new Nicaragua sanctions strategically target the top.” New Atlanticist Blog from the Atlantic Council. Blocking Property of Certain Persons Contributing to the Situation in Nicaragua [Executive Order 13851] November 27, 2018. Federal Register Vol. 83 No. 230. Rocio Cara Labrador. November 26, 2018. “Nicaragua in Crisis: What to Know.” Council of Foreign Relations. Rafael Bernal. November 01, 2018. “Bolton dubs Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua the 'Troika of Tyranny'” The Hill. Mabel Calero. July 26, 2018. “Daniel Ortega buries his model of alliance with private companies that lasted 11 years.” La Prensa. Max Blumenthal. June 19, 2018. “US govt meddling machine boasts of ‘laying the groundwork for insurrection' in Nicaragua.” The Grayzone. “Pension reforms in Nicaragua leads to violent protests and opposition from business groups.” The Caribbean Council. Foreign “Assistance” to Nicaragua About ForeignAssistance.gov National Endowment for Democracy Grants Awarded to Fundacion Nicaraguense para el Desarrollo Economico y Social National Endowment for Democracy Grants Awarded to Instituto de Estudios Estrategicos y Politicas Publicas Associated Press. August 26, 2021. “Nicaragua Orders Closure of 15 More NGOs.” U.S. News and World Report. William I. Robinson. August 20, 2021. “Crisis in Nicaragua: Is the US Trying to Overthrow the Ortega-Murillo Government? (Part II)” North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) Elliott Abrams. June 9, 2021. “Biden and Democracy in Nicaragua.” Council on Foreign Relations. Ben Norton. June 1, 2021. “How USAID created Nicaragua's anti-Sandinista media apparatus, now under money laundering investigation.” The Grayzone. John Perry. August 4, 2020. “The US contracts out its regime change operation in Nicaragua.” Council on Hemispheric Affairs. Responsive Assistance in Nicaragua [RFTOP No: 72052420R00004] “Section C - Statement of Work.” March-April 2020. USAID OIG Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office. October 24, 2019. “Financial Audit of the Media Strengthening Program in Nicaragua, Managed by Fundación Violeta Barrios de Chamorro Para la Reconciliación y la Democracia, Cooperative Agreement AID-524-A-14-00001, January 1 to December 31, 2018 (9-524-20-004-R)” USAID. IMF Western Hemisphere Department Staff. June 27, 2017. “Nicaragua : Selected Issues.” The International Monetary Fund. Richard Falk. February 21, 2012. “When an ‘NGO' is not an NGO: Twists and turns under Egyptian skies.” Al Jazeera. Laws S. 1064: RENACER Act Sponsor: Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) Passed by Voice Vote in the Senate November 3, 2021 House Vote Breakdown Law Outline Sec. 2: Sense of Congress "Congress unequivocally condemns the politically motivated and unlawful detention of presidential candidates Cristiana Chamorro, Arturo Cruz, Felix Maradiaga, and Juan Sebastian Chamorro." "Congress unequivocally condemns the passage of the Foreign Agents Regulation Law, the Special Cybercrimes Law, the Self Determination Law, and the Consumer Protection Law by the National Assembly of Nicaragua..." Sec. 3: Review of Participation of Nicaragua in Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement "The President should review" the continued participation of Nicaragua in the agreement. The authority listed is Article 21.2 of the agreement that says, "Nothing in this agreement shall be construed... to preclude a Party from applying measures that it considers necessary for the fulfillment of its obligations with respect to the maintenance or restoration of international peace or security, or the protection of its own essential security interests." President Trump issued an Executive Order on November 27, 2018 that said that the response to the protests that began on April 18, 2018 "and the Ortega regime's systematic dismantling and undermining of democratic institutions and the rule of law, its use of indiscriminate violence and repressive tactics against civilians, as well as its corruption leading to the destabilization of Nicaragua's economy constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States." Sec. 4: Restrictions on International Financial Institutions Relating to Nicaragua Directs the United States Executive Director at the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, and the International Monetary Fund to "increase scrutiny of any loan or financial or technical assistance provided for a project in Nicaragua" and "to ensure" that the loan or assistance is administered through an entity with full independence from the Government of Nicaragua. Sec. 5: Targeted Sanctions to Advance Democratic Elections The Secretary of State and Secretary of Treasury, "in consultation" with the intelligence community, "shall develop and implement a coordinated strategy" for implementing targeted sanctions in order to "facilitate the necessary conditions for free, fair, and transparent elections in Nicaragua." Targets sanctions specifically at... Officials in the government of President Daniel Ortega Family members of Daniel Ortega High ranking members of the National Nicaraguan Police Members of the Supreme Electoral Council of Nicaragua Officials of the Central Bank of Nicaragua Party members and elected officials from the Sandinista National Liberation Front and their family members Businesses that conduct "corrupt" financial transactions with officials in the government of President Daniel Ortega, his party, or his family. The sanctions are authorized by the 2018 law (outlined below) against "any foreign person" who, on or after April 18, 2018... Used violence "or conduct" that "constitutes a serious abuse" against protestors Taken "actions or policies" that undermine "democratic processes or institutions" Any current or former government official that used "private or public assets for personal gain or political purposes" Any current or former government official involved in corruption related to government contracts Any current or former government official involved in bribery Any current or former government official that transferred the proceeds of corruption Arrested or prosecuted a person disseminating information to the public The sanctions include... Asset blocking of "all property and interests in property" if they are in the United States, come within the United States, or come within the possession or control of a "United States person." Exclusion from the United States and revocation of visas and other documents. Anyone who "violates, attempts to violate, conspires to violate, or causes a violation" of sanctions can be hit with a civil penalty of a $250,000 maximum fine or up to twice the amount of sanctions violating transaction and/or a criminal penalty of up to $1 million or up to 20 years in prison. Sec. 6: Developing and Implementing a Coordinated Sanctions Strategy with Diplomatic Partners Requires the Secretary of State to coordinate with other countries - specifically Canada, members of the European Union, and governments in Latin America and the Caribbean - to impose the sanctions together "in order to advance democratic elections in Nicaragua." Sec. 7: Inclusion of Nicaragua in List of Countries Subject to Certain Sanctions Relating to Corruption Adds Nicaragua to an annual report that gets submitted to Congress. The people identified in the report who are accused of corruption in regards to government contracts, bribery, extortion, money laundering, or "violence, harassment, or intimidation directed at governmental or non governmental corruption investigators" will have their visas revoked and be prohibited from entering the United States. Sec. 9: Classified Report on the Activities of the Russian Federation in Nicaragua The Department of State - working with intelligence officials - will submit a classified report to Congress within 90 days about... Cooperation between the Nicaraguan military and Russian military, intelligence, security forces, law enforcement, and Russian security contractors. Cooperation between Russia and Nicaragua in telecommunications and satellites Economic cooperation, specifically in banking Threats that cooperation between Russia and Nicaragua pose to "United States national interests and national security." Sec. 12: Supporting Independent News Media and Freedom of Information in Nicaragua The Secretary of State, Administrator of USAID and the CEO of the United States Agency for Global Media will submit a report to Congress listing all media "directly or indirectly owned or controlled by President Daniel Ortega, members of the Ortega family, or known allies of the Ortega government" and it will access the extent to which Voice of America is reaching the Nicaraguan people. Sec. 13: Amendment to Short Title of Public Law 115-335 Renames the "Nicaraguan Human Rights and Anticorruption Act of 2018" the "Nicaragua Investment and Conditionality Act of 2018" or "NICA Act" H.R. 1918: Nicaragua Human Rights and Anticorruption Act of 2018 Signed into law on December 20, 2018 Sponsor: Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) Law Outline Sec. 2: Sense of Congress on Advancing a Negotiated Solution to Nicaragua's Crisis Congress wanted the Catholic Church of Nicaragua to negotiate for early elections on behalf of "civil society", the student movement, private sector, and the "political opposition" Congress did like that the Government of Nicaragua was refusing to negotiate Sec. 4: Restrictions on International Financial Institutions Relating to Nicaragua Forces the Treasury Secretary to instruct our representatives at the World Bank Group and Inter-American Development Bank to oppose "any loan or financial or technical assistance to the Government of Nicaragua for a project in Nicaragua." We can support loans "to address basic human needs" or "promote democracy in Nicaragua" Sec. 5 : Imposition of Targeted Sanctions with Respect to Nicaragua Authorizes sanctions against "any foreign person" who, on or after April 18, 2018... Used violence "or conduct" that "constitutes a serious abuse" against protestors Taken "actions or policies" that undermine "democratic processes or institutions" Any current or former government official that used "private or public assets for personal gain or political purposes" Any current or former government official involved in corruption related to government contracts Any current or former government official involved in bribery Any current or former government official that transferred the proceeds of corruption Arrested or prosecuted a person disseminating information to the public The sanctions include... Asset blocking of "all property and interests in property" if they are in the United States, come within the United States, or come within the possession or control of a "United States person." Exclusion from the United States and revocation of visas and other documents. Punishes anyone who "violates, attempts to violate, conspires to violate, or causes a violation" of sanctions with a civil penalty up to a $250,000 fine or up to twice the amount of sanctions violating transaction and/or a criminal penalty of up to $1 million or up to 20 years in prison. The asset blocking sanctions do not authorize the blocking of goods imports. Sec. 6: Annual Certification and Waiver Allows the President to waive the travel restrictions and sanctions. Sec. 10: Termination The sanctions authorized by this law expire on December 31, 2023. Audio Sources Kawsachun News - Nicaragua 2021 Election Observer Press Conference November 10, 2021 Moderator: I present Paul Pumphrey from Friends of the Congo. Paul Pumphrey: Here in Nicaragua, I saw a free and fair election. I talked to many people who were not a part of the Sandinistas party. And yet they themselves said they were willing to accept whatever result happened in the election. Moderator: Next we have Craig Pasta Jardula who is a journalist based in the United States. Craig Pasta Jardula: Mainly, I want to talk about the process, meaning the chain of custody, because that's something that we really saw that was great here in Nicaragua, it made this election a home run. The chain of custody is very strong here, including the fact that in Nicaragua, we have something that is awesome that a lot of countries need to adopt, which is where the vote is cast, it is counted, that ensures a strong chain of custody. Moderator: Next is Rick Cohn from Friends of Latin America. 13:05 Rick Cohn: I want to speak just a little bit though a group of 11 of us went to Bilwi on the Caribbean coast. And in the United States, one of the things they'll use to say this election is fake, is that a high percentage of people voted, and a high percentage of people voted for the FSLN. And that can't happen, because American politicians that would never happen. Well, so I want to say something about why the voters told us they were voting. They told us that basically, they had two Category Four and Category Five hurricanes last year, and the government came and saved their lives, saved many, many lives. And, you know, people have trust in that government. And then the government came in and made sure the electric was up. In Puerto Rico from a year earlier, electric still isn't isn't working, because they, you know, are making money selling electric, but it still doesn't work. They told us they had new roofs put on almost immediately they were delivered. They told us that the schools were rebuilt. All of the schools were in good condition. Oh, the schools and some of them have new buildings. So we had a situation where they were very happy with the performance of the government. And that is why -- oh, they also told us they had one kilometer of road before the FSLN came into power from the neoliberal period, now they have 500 kilometers. And with 70 more kilometers, they'll be able to drive from all the way to Managua, which they've never been able to do in history. So they told us these things. And the FSLN party received the highest percentage of votes, but that's not strange, because they really support the government. They received 86.7% of the vote. You know, there's no way that's made up - it's not fake. It's where they're at. It is certainly the biggest deficiency in democracy in Nicaragua is the interference that there is so much interference from the US government and the media, and the censorship and the lies that they tell. That's the interference that's occurring in this election. 33:52 Rick Cohn: Corporate media like Facebook, well, all of the corporate media including Facebook and Twitter, but social media, are actually just part of the US system and they're contracted to provide information back and forth, they're actually an aspect of the government and they close 1000s of people's accounts, who are people, and I met some of them, they're actual people, and they close their accounts. And they weren't, you know, anyone who was saying anything other than the fact that they may have been supporting the Nicaraguan people or opposed to the the sanctions on Nicaragua. AN INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE TO ORTEGA'S DESTRUCTION OF DEMOCRACY IN NICARAGUA September 21, 2021 House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, Civilian Security, Migration and International Economic Policy *Hearing not on C-SPAN Witnesses: Emily Mendrala Deputy Assistant Secretary of State at the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Laure Chinchilla Former President of Costa Rica Co-Chair at The Inter-American Dialogue Ryan Berg, PhD Senior Fellow in the Americas Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Oct. 2018 - Apr. 2021: Research Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute Apr. 2018 - Oct. 2018: Research Consultant at The World Bank July 2014 - Oct 2014: US State Department negotiator at the Organization of American States (OAS) 2009: Intern for Paul Ryan Berta Valle Wife of Felix Maradiaga Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ): The regime has rounded up nearly every potential challenger to Ortega and has not even tried to hide these arrests and forced disappearances under the veneer of legality. 05:42 Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ): Having written the NICA Act with Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), I am frustrated that the International Monetary Fund recently provided $350 million to the regime. The IMF should not take Ortega's us word for it that these funds will be used to address the COVID pandemic. 06:53 Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ): We should also begin preparing a number of severe diplomatic consequences, assuming Nicaragua's election in November becomes a coronation for Ortega. Nicaragua should be suspended under the International Democratic Charter on November 8, and its participation under the Central America Free Trade Agreement should be reconsidered. 10:39 Rep. Mark Green (R-TN): On November 7 a political farce will be held, claiming to resemble elections. No one should be fooled about the outcome -- any hope of unseating the socialist dictatorship is sitting inside of Ortega's prisons. 13:56 *Emily Mendrala: As you are well aware, the Ortega-Murillo government has carried out a ruthless crackdown over the past several months, canceling the registration of opposition parties, incarcerating journalists, opposition leaders, potential presidential candidates, students, private sector leaders and others who defend free and fair elections, attacking the free press, closing long standing NGOs that provide humanitarian and medical assistance to Nicaraguans in need. 15:06 Emily Mendrala: In the face of sham elections in Nicaragua, we and our international partners must continue to denounce and push back against the Ortega-Murillo government's anti-democratic rule as well as its use of Russian-inspired laws to carry out repression. 17:56 Emily Mendrala: Through USAID we continue to support Nicaraguan civil society, independent media and human rights defenders. Our continued support assures Nicaraguans that the outside world has not forgotten them. 19:06 Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ): Are we using our voice? Is the administration using its voice and vote with international financial institution to oppose loans and other financial assistance to Ortega? Because I have to tell you, it's very upsetting to me that we do all this work here. We asked the administration to put sanctions on different people. And yet the IMF, which we probably contribute the largest amount of money, or if not, one of the largest amounts of money, they seem to just ignore what's going on in Nicaragua. And it has to -- I intend to write a letter to the IMF. And hopefully we'll have them before this committee, because this is not acceptable. 20:22 Emily Mendrala: We are using our voice and our vote and every opportunity in front of multilateral institutions to oppose lending to the Ortega-Murillo government. We will continue to use our voice, vote and influence to advocate against lending from international financial institutions to the Ortega-Murillo government and we will also continue to collaborate with international partners where appropriate: EU, Canada and others to do the same. 30:43 Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX): The upcoming November 7 elections will be neither free nor fair 1:04:30 Berta Valle: Even though Félix [Maradiaga] has dedicated his life to serving our country, the regime has charged him and others with a conspiracy to undermine national integrity. The government is alleging that Félix and others were part of a global conspiracy to use foreign resources, including from the US Agency for International Development, the International Republican Institute and the National Endowment for Democracy to harm the interests of the nation. 1:16:33 Ryan Berg: As well as November 7, I think we need to declare Nicaragua's elections illegitimate under current conditions. 1:27:16 Ryan Berg: Thank you, Congressman Green, for the question. Yes, the two countries that I would point out as extra-hemispheric actors who have have come into the hemisphere to shore up the Ortega regime are Russia and Iran. Russia, we've seen with a significant presence in Nicaragua for a while. Its increased its presence in past years, to an extent that I think should be very alarming for the US government. Not only does it have a number of port agreements with Nicaragua, and access to the Caribbean, where it can engage in anti access and area denial capabilities, potentially. But also in cyberspace. We saw recently the Russians and Nicaraguans sign a major agreement in the cyberspace, particularly to help the regime not only increase its domestic security apparatus, but to spy potentially on the opposition on our own citizens, and indeed, potentially on on other governments in Central America, depending upon the strength of the equipment transfers that we'll see in future. So they have a whole number or whole range of capabilities that they are developing within Nicaragua, that there are signals intelligence stations that are actually quite close to the US Embassy in Managua. And so that's that's Russia, Russia has an interest in shoring up this regime on the cheap. And I think Iran has approached the regime in a number of ways, most specifically, in offering partnerships to circumvent US sanctions architecture, in which it excels, because of the sanctions architecture that it has been under for so long. And we haven't seen as deep I would say, as a presence of the Iranians in Nicaragua, but it's it's there and it's also concerning. I think, in general, Congressman, part of the Ortega regime's plan for survival is to sort of recreate a situation of rivalry and enmity in Central America again, and lend a platform for major geopolitical competitors to the United States to increase their capabilities on the US doorstep and I think that's a significant aspect of this political, economic and social crisis here. 1:35:50 Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ): If the Ortega regime moves ahead was stealing this November's elections the international community must come together to impose a very steep price. John Bolton: Miami Dade College's National Historic Landmark Freedom Tower November 1, 2018 John Bolton: The "Troika of Tyranny" in this hemisphere -- Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua -- has finally met its match. John Bolton: Today in this hemisphere we are also confronted once again, with the destructive forces of oppression, socialism and totalitarianism. In Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua, we see the perils of poisonous ideologies left unchecked. Nicaraguan President Speech at the United Nations General Assembly September 25, 2007 16:50 President Daniel Ortega: The General Assembly is simply a reflection of this world where a capitalist and imperialist minority is imposing global capitalism to impoverish the world continue to enslave us all and promote apartheid against Latin American immigrants and against African immigrants in Europe. This global capitalism is one beast and it has tentacles everywhere. 25:30 President Daniel Ortega: They have to understand once and for all, that just as they have managed to profit from privatizations that have given rise to these huge multi-nationals that then set up in developing countries, they say that they are helping us. No business person provides assistance, they simply go to earn as much money as they can, they don't go to invest. Developing countries are considered to be insecure countries, and we are simply being ransacked. If we compare the volume of riches that they're extracting from our countries -- the capitalists in developed countries I'm talking about -- through their major companies, the globalized multinationals. If we can compare that wealth with what the Latin American immigrants send back to their families from the U.S. or the Asian and African families in Europe send back to their families, it is a miserable amount compared to the volume of wealth that is extracted on a daily basis by these forms of institutionalized oppression. 28:30 President Daniel Ortega: These companies are simply using cheap labor. They are benefiting from clauses in free trade agreements. I've got us free trade, why not? Free trade for societies and nations. But clearly in that system, it's the law of the jungle the strongest will impose themselves on the rest. What well the world needs is fair trade. What the world demands is really a genuine change in the capitalist, globalized, imperialist economies, that is where we need to have a change. They have to change this concept that they have of a free market. They have to change the slant of these free trade agreements. Nicaraguan Presidential Address to Congress April 16, 1991 20:00 President Violetta Chamorro: My government is committed to radically reducing government intervention in the economy and the enormous bureaucratic apparatus that we have inherited. Our Congress approved a law that authorizes private banks to operate and encourages foreign investments and is studying the privatization law in order to convert government to businesses. We are rapidly advancing towards the establishment of a social market economy. Restrictions on prices and salaries must be lifted. Likewise, we have initiated a serious economic stabilization program accompanied by the corresponding tax reforms in order to discipline and improve and decrease public spending to encourage domestic production and to stimulate private domestic and foreign investment. Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)

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Confidencial Radio
Episodio 209 | Salida de la OEA convierte a Nicaragua en un "Estado poco confiable" para organismos financieros

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 4:29


La salida de Nicaragua de la Organización de Estados Americanos, solicitada por el régimen de Daniel Ortega y Rosario Murillo, convierte al país en un “Estado poco confiable” para los organismos multilaterales, advirtió el analista de asuntos internacionales y docente de la Universidad de Costa Rica, Carlos Murillo. Murillo señaló que la OEA debe agotar la vía diplomática, como lo está haciendo al decidirse por más gestiones diplomáticas en su última sesión extraordinaria, pero advirtió que el régimen no ha mostrado ninguna intención de dialogar.

Confidencial Radio
Episodio 208 | Banco Centroamericano de Integración Económica suspende la inauguración de su sede en Managua

Confidencial Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 4:02


La inauguración estaba programada para el 15 de diciembre y era vista por organizaciones civiles nicaragüenses, como una oportunidad de Daniel Ortega para legitimar su reelección. Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panamá, República Dominicana, España, México, Taiwán y Corea del Sur, Argentina y Colombia, votaron a favor de suspender la inauguración. Mientras que Belice y Cuba son socios del BCIE, pero sin derecho a voto.

Veterans for Peace Radio Hour
Veterans for Peace on Nicaragua from Eye Witnesses on the election and the status and prosperity of the Nicaraguan People

Veterans for Peace Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 56:08


The US media is wrong about Nicaragua, but you knew that. The recent coverage by the media of the election of Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega has vilified the Sandinistas, the election, the President, his wife the Vice President and painted a desperate picture of the people of Nicaragua. Our panel today debunks all of it. With two observers of the election and a long-term resident, we hear from people who actually were here in Nicaragua and who were neither paid nor manipulated into conveying the reality of US media falsehoods and continued US imperialism in Nicaragua and the region.

Ventana 14 desde Cuba por Yoani Sánchez
Cafecito informativo del 26 de noviembre de 2021

Ventana 14 desde Cuba por Yoani Sánchez

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 12:53


Buenos días desde La Habana, soy Yoani Sánchez y en el "cafecito informativo" de este viernes 26 de noviembre de 2021 comentaré estos temas: - A un año del allanamiento de San Isidro ¿Qué nos ha dejado ese hecho? - Cuello de botella: no se necesita visado para Nicaragua pero apenas hay vuelos – La prensa oficial arremete contra la agencia EFE - Concurso de periodismo 'Vivas nos queremos' Gracias por compartir este “cafecito informativo” y te espero temprano para el programa del lunes. Puedes conocer más detalles de estas noticias en el diario https://www.14ymedio.com Enlaces recomendados: - 'Cubadebate' pretende dar lecciones de periodismo a la prensa internacional https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Cubadebate-pretende-lecciones-periodismo-internacional_0_3211478825.html - Decenas de cubanos protestan en La Habana por la falta de vuelos a Nicaragua https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Decenas-cubanos-protestan-Habana-Nicaragua_0_3210878889.html - Moscú niega cualquier relación con el síndrome de La Habana https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Moscu-cualquier-relacion-sindrome-Habana_0_3211478822.html - Daniel Ortega nombra nuevo embajador en La Habana tras eximir de visado a los cubanos https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Daniel-Ortega-embajador-Habana-cubanos_0_3210878892.html - Derroche de homenajes oficiales a Fidel Castro, a falta de entusiasmo popular https://noticuba.tech/cuba/Derroche-oficiales-Fidel-Castro-entusiasmo_0_3210878890.html - Carta abierta de una seguidora "anormal" a Israel Rojas del dúo Buena Fe https://noticuba.tech/opinion/Carta-Israel-Rojas-Buena-Fe_0_3210278949.html

Estadão Notícias
A simpatia de Lula pelas ditaduras de esquerda

Estadão Notícias

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 31:54


O ex-presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva causou polêmica, em entrevista ao jornal espanhol El País, ao comparar o regime ditatorial de Daniel Ortega, na Nicarágua, aos anos de governo de Angela Merkel, na Alemanha. Para o petista, não há diferença entre as duas nações, se comparar os anos de gestão à frente de seus países. Daniel Ortega conquistou o seu quarto mandato consecutivo, após uma eleição de fachada, em que concorreu com candidatos que eram a favor do seu governo. Dias antes do pleito, o governo promoveu a prisão de opositores sob a acusação de diversos crimes, entre eles, lavagem de dinheiro. Na mesma entrevista, Lula relativizou a decisão do governo cubano que, neste mês, proibiu a realização de atos da oposição, e colocou militares nas ruas para garantir que permanecessem vazias. Os protestos eram contrários à ditadura do país, e foram motivados pelos cortes de luz, perseguição a dissidentes e a falta de alimentos e remédios. A ironia está no fato de que o PT criticou duramente, e com razão, a entrega de uma das honrarias mais altas do Brasil, por parte de Bolsonaro, ao emir de Dubai, Mohamed Bin Rashi al-Maktoum, acusado de diversos crimes, mas, ao mesmo tempo, permanece apoiando regimes totalitários pelo mundo. No episódio do Estadão Notícias desta quarta-feira, 24, convidamos o historiador Alberto Aggio, professor da Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp), e autor de “Um Lugar no Mundo: Estudos de História Política Latino-Americana” para analisar o tema. O Estadão Notícias está disponível noSpotify,Deezer,Apple Podcasts,Google podcasts, ou no agregador de podcasts de sua preferência. Apresentação: Emanuel Bomfim. Produção/Edição: Gustavo Lopes e Ana Paula Niederauer. Montagem: Moacir Biasi. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

La Voz de César Vidal
Las noticias del día - 23/11/21

La Voz de César Vidal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 44:53


Las noticias del día con César Vidal y María Jesús Alfaya. Suscríbete a CesarVidal.TV y escucha este audio antes que nadie y sin publicidad: https://www.cesarvidal.tv En el informativo de hoy hemos tratado los siguientes temas: - El Gobierno sólo ha repartido uno de cada cuatro euros presupuestados en ayudas a empresas y autónomos afectados por la crisis del covid-19. Eso sí ellos se han subido el sueldo. - El Tribunal Superior de Justicia del País Vasco rechaza el certificado Covid para el ocio nocturno. - El Tribunal Electoral de México condena a cardenales y sacerdotes por defender el derecho a la vida. - Arrestan en Nicaragua a exembajador ante la OEA crítico de Daniel Ortega. - Departamento de Justicia interviene para defender Sección 230 en demanda de Trump contra Facebook. - Las vacunas Covid se ‘inocularán' a través de espinacas, lechugas y plantas comestibles; científicos estudian la terapia génica.

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Nicaragua se retira de la OEA denunciando injerencia del organismo regional a favor de EEUU

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 5:21


Nicaragua confirmó que se retira de la Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA), denunciando acciones injerencistas de la entidad que cuestionó la legitimidad de las elecciones que dieron un quinto mandato a Daniel Ortega. Escucha el informe del corresponsal de SBS Spanish en Centroamérica, Wilfredo Salamanca.

Advanced French
Advanced French 257 - World News, Opinion and Analysis in French

Advanced French

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 7:09


- La France cherche à éviter une nouvelle vague du coronavirus - La dérive autoritaire de Daniel Ortega au Nicaragua - Entre le Maroc et l'Algérie, des tensions inquiétantes - L'armée française emmêlée dans une polémique pour ses pulls - Quand la France considérait Picasso comme un immigrant dangereux

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón
Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón (17 de noviembre de 2021)

Día a Día con César Miguel Rondón

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 82:42


Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con el analista para Centroamérica de Crisis Group, Tiziano Breda, sobre la decisión de Joe Biden de vetar la entrada al país de Daniel Ortega y los miembros de su gobierno: “Ayer la Asamblea Nacional bajo el poder de Ortega pidió a la presidencia denunciar la carta de la OEA y retirar al país de dicha institución de manera preventiva”, comentó, y opinó: “Dudo que estas sanciones puedan producir un cambio positivo”. El abogado y representante de la oposición venezolana en procesos de diálogo, Gerardo Blyde, nos habló sobre la sustitución de candidaturas de cara a las elecciones regionales de Venezuela: “No es que hay condiciones electorales y tengamos a un CNE equilibrado y justo. Se trata de seguir luchando para que Venezuela vuelva el Estado constitucional de derecho y justicia”, expresó. “Si el CNE no rectifica, la tarjeta por la cual estaba postulado Ocariz de gobernador se queda sin candidato. El resto de los cargos sí mantendrían sus candidatos”, explicó. Guillermo Holzmann, analista político y asesor internacional en temas estratégicos, conversó con nosotros acerca de las próximas elecciones presidenciales en Chile: “Hay un nivel de expectativa en cuanto al nivel de participación en estas elecciones. Es importante que sea mayor al 50%”, comentó, y opinó: “De acuerdo al clima que se vive en el país, podríamos decir que lo más probable es que vaya a haber una segunda vuelta entre Gabriel Boric y José Antonio Kast”. Desde Miami nos atendió Luis Mariano Esperon, activista político y creador del movimiento Make Cuba Great Again, para hablarnos sobre los resultados de la protesta del día de ayer en Cuba: “Hasta ahora no se sabe nada del paradero de Yunior García Aguilera, Dayana Prieto y Daniela Rojo”, comentó. “Creo que ha sido un éxito que un muchacho haya creado una convocatoria para una marcha con una rosa blanca y hayan militarizado Cuba completa”, opinó Esperon. Jhosmara Almera, esposa del fotógrafo detenido Carlos Germán Debíais García, nos contó lo que se sabe hasta ahora del caso: “El domingo, su abogado logró comunicarse con él. Sabemos que está bien”, dijo. “Lo que se sabe es que mi esposo estaba volando el drone sobre la bahía de Amuay, ya que las casas de la urbanización Campo Médico están muy cerca de la refinería… El drone es comercial, y tiene un software que le indica las zonas a las cuales no se puede acercar. En caso de haber hecho caso omiso, el drone se bloquea en la zona”, explicó. Y para cerrar, el médico infectólogo en la South Miami Hospital y Homestead Hospital, Carlos Torres-Viera, nos habló sobre la píldora experimental de Pfizer contra el Covid-19: “Nos permitirá el tratamiento de pacientes antes de que entren en la fase de enfermedad severa… La idea es que se administre de los tres a los cinco días de iniciados los síntomas”, comentó, y destacó: “Se observó en los estudios que este medicamento logra prevenir la hospitalización y muerte en casos de pacientes de alto riesgo”.

The Critical Hour
Negotiations Ongoing After Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict Reignites; Biden-Xi Meeting Concludes

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 115:55


Dr. Ken Hammond, professor of East Asian and global history at New Mexico State University, joins us to discuss China. Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Joe Biden seemed to work around some of the difficulties between the two world powers in a virtual meeting. Biden is reported to have reassured the Asian leader that the US would continue with the "One China" policy and not support Taiwan's independence. Professor Danny Shaw, author, activist, and professor of Latin American studies, joins us to discuss South America. The US empire and its client states have combined to levy sanctions against Nicaragua after incumbent President Daniel Ortega won another landslide victory. Also, Bolivian President Luis Arce argues that Latin America can no longer operate under the Monroe Doctrine, in which the US empire assumes administrative power over the entire continent.Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Armenia's security council secretary Armen Grigoryan has requested military assistance from Russia after border clashes resulted in casualties on its border with Azerbaijan. In November, the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh and border districts of the Syunik Region of Armenia worsened sharply.Dr. Linwood Tauheed, associate professor of economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, joins us to discuss the economy. The Democrats are demanding a tax cut for the rich, which will be the most costly part of President Biden's "Build Back Better" program. Economists are arguing that it is a political gift to the GOP, which will use it to increase their victories in 2022.Scott Ritter, former UN weapon inspector in Iraq, joins us to discuss foreign policy. Scott explains the reality of America's narcissistic "Rules-Based Order" campaign in which the US organizes a world order that maintains its status as the unipolar power. He argues that this system is outdated and no longer feasible as other world powers arise.Randi Nord, writer and activist, joins us to discuss the Saudi war against Yemen. There is another push in Congress and amongst international peace organizations for the US to stop supporting the brutal military campaign against the impoverished nation. Steve Poikonen, national organizer for Action4Assange, joins us to discuss Julian Assange. The recent cover-up of the US Air Force's slaughter of civilians in Syria demonstrates the danger of the Assange prosecution precedent. The US military made significant efforts to cover up and conceal the damage done at every step.Ajamu Baraka, 2016 US vice presidential candidate for the Green Party, joins us to discuss Cuba. The Black Alliance for Peace has written a document to condemn the US empire's attempt to overtly undermine the integrity and territorial sovereignty of Cuba. They argue that the reactionary anti-government protests were funded and supported by US State Department operatives in violation of international law.

Libertópolis - Ideas con valor
Libertópolis por la tarde, martes 16 de noviembre 2021

Libertópolis - Ideas con valor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 43:19


Historia de la Dictadura de Daniel Ortega

Xadrez Verbal
Xadrez Verbal #274 Naranjazo

Xadrez Verbal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 233:45


China e EUA anunciam cooperação na COP26, falamos disso e mais em um pouco em uma volta pela bacia do Pacífico.Já no boletim pandêmico, com Atila Iamarino, falamos sobre a descoberta de um parente do Sars-CoV-2 em morcegos no Camboja e vacinas universais. Por fim, demos o tradicional pião pela nossa quebrada latino-americana, com parlamentar falando por quinze horas no Chile e a situação política na Nicarágua, após mais uma reeleição de Daniel Ortega.

The Critical Hour
Biden Threatens Nicaraguans Over Election Outcome; Biden/Harris Face Disastrous Poll Numbers

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 116:43


Jack Rasmus, professor in economics and politics at St. Mary's College in California, joins us to discuss the economy. President Biden talked about inflation and the supply chain crisis concerns during his trip to the Port of Baltimore. Also, the weekly jobs reports are in and the US plan to dominate the computer chip industry is running up against Chinese resistance.John Burris, civil rights attorney, joins us to discuss this week's important legal stories. Counselor Burris joins us to talk about the Ahmaud Arbery and Kyle Rittenhouse cases. Legal observers are questioning the strategy of the prosecutors in the Rittenhouse case as some glaring mistakes are being exposed. Also, defense attorneys in the Arbery case are complaining about the presence of civil rights activists sitting with the family in the courtroom.Greg Palast, investigative reporter, joins us to discuss Steven Donziger. Greg covers his new article about human rights lawyer Steven Danziger. Danziger was convicted and sentenced by persons directly connected to the fossil fuel corporation that he successfully sued in South America. Greg argues that Western media outlets are deliberately ignoring the story. Jim Kavanagh, writer at thepolemicist.net and CounterPunch, and Dan Lazare, author and investigative journalist, join us to discuss important stories of the week. The Kremlin is arguing that the Russia-gate operation was instrumental in collapsing US/Russia bilateral ties. Also, President Joe Biden has threatened economic retaliation against the people of Nicaragua after they reelected socialist President Daniel Ortega in a landslide victory, Russia and China are working on military technology, and President Biden's poll numbers are cratering.Dr. Colin Campbell, DC Senior News Correspondent, and Nick Davies, peace activist and author of "Blood on Our Hands: The American Invasion of Iraq," come together to discuss this week's important stories. The eviction crisis is moving like a glacier rather than an avalanche as the disaster slowly builds in communities across the nation. Also, they discuss the US drone program, the crash of the Biden/Harris poll numbers, and the Black misleadership class in the United States.

The Critical Hour
Washington Post Faces Criticism Over Steele Dossier; What's Next for Assange?

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 117:17


Dan Lazare, investigative journalist and author of "America's Undeclared War," joins us to discuss Russia-gate. Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple argues that media outlets must review their coverage of the Steele dossier and be ready to retract stories that they find to be unverifiable or false. Also, the firm "New Knowledge" was creating false "Russian" accounts online to mislead voters in Louisiana, but was still used by the US Senate to write an extensive document regarding alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections. Jim Kavanagh, writer at thepolemicist.net and CounterPunch, joins us to discuss Julian Assange. The British High Court has heard the arguments in the US appeal of the Court's decision regarding the extradition of Julian Assange. Joe Lauria's latest piece dissects the case and evaluates the potential outcomes.Jonathan Kuttab, human rights lawyer, joins us to discuss US foreign policy. The US currently has special operations teams drilling with military personnel in 33 of the 44 nations in Europe. Also, a new CBO report has outlined measures that would allow Congress to cut one trillion dollars from the military budget over the next decade.Ajamu Baraka, 2016 US vice presidential candidate for the Green Party, joins us to discuss Nicaragua. President Daniel Ortega and his Sandinista party won the Nicaraguan elections with over 70% of the votes. The Biden administration and the Organization of American States (OAS) are making outrageous claims to discredit the overwhelming statement by the Nicaraguan people.Laith Marouf, broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, joins us to discuss the Middle East. Israel continues their sabre rattling with claims of how they will wage war against the Islamic Republic. Also, the recent sale of US weapons to Saudi Arabia assuredly guarantees more death and carnage in the impoverished nation of Yemen.Marjorie Cohn, professor of law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, joins us to discuss the Supreme Court's upcoming ruling regarding the Texas abortion ban case. Professor Marjorie Cohn has penned an article in which she argues that the SCOTUS will likely allow a challenge to the Texas legislation, but may still overturn Roe v. Wade.Obi Egbuna, activist and US rep for The Zimbabwean Newspapers, joins us to discuss the leadership of Black politicians in America. Recent revelations that the Congressional Black Caucus helped Speaker Nancy Pelosi overcome the objections of House progressives regarding important fiscal legislation have renewed the discussion about the effectiveness of Black politicians and powerbrokers in the struggle for a fair and just society.Arial Gold, national co-director of Code-Pink, joins us to discuss Israel. Palestinian activists are complaining about the recent revelations that Israeli intelligence agencies used the Pegasus spyware platform to tap their phones. Also, we examine the West's role in the ever-increasing number of Israeli settlements in the occupied territories.

Noticiero Univision
Inflación en Estados Unidos se disparó a 6.2%

Noticiero Univision

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 23:22


Casi un millón de niños ya han sido vacunados con la primera dosis en Estados Unidos hasta la fecha.Servicio postal, dice estar mejor preparado que en años anteriores, para hacer el proceso de entrega de correspondencia de fin de año.Kile Kyle Rittenhouse, testificó en su juicio por doble homicidio, durante  protestas contra el abuso policial del año pasado.Hermanas latinas, forman parte de un importante equipo de futbol americano en estados Unidos.

The Critical Hour
Glenn Greenwald Slams Russia-gate Hoaxers in the Media; Nicaragua's Ortega Wins Big

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 116:01


Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss Russia-gate. Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov blasts the Russia-gate hoax as one of the principal reasons that ties between the Eurasian power and the US empire have deteriorated. Also, Glenn Greenwald blasts US media outlets for deliberately pushing falsehoods, and the US media continues to push Russia-gate style allegations from "anonymous" intelligence sources.Julie Varughuese, editor of Toward Freedom and Coordinator for the Black Alliance for Peace Solidarity Network, joins us to discuss Nicaragua. Incumbent president Daniel Ortega wins reelection in a landslide as Joe Biden threatens retaliation against the Nicaraguan citizens for the crime of exercising democracy. Also, Facebook used a crop of spies to try to interfere with Nicaragua's election. KJ Noh, peace activist, writer and teacher, joins us to discuss China. Jake Sullivan is signaling that the US wants a less confrontational relationship with the Asian economic giant, but the policies of his bosses belie his comments. Also, China and Russia are working together to build a military helicopter.Dr. Linwood Tauheed, associate professor of economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, joins us to discuss domestic politics. The team of left-leaning House members known as "The Squad" is being questioned as Nancy Pelosi outmaneuvers them to pass her infrastructure bill. Also, House progressives may have given up their leverage and been forced to accept the dictates of the party's right-wing.Bob Schlehuber, host of the Radio Sputnik show "Political Misfits," joins us to discuss Ethiopia. Sputnik radio personality and political analyst Bob Schlehuber returns from Ethiopia. He shares his experience and interviews with Ethiopian citizens.Dr. Jemima Pierre, an associate professor of Black studies and anthropology at the University of California, joins us to discuss Haiti. Haiti is once again facing oppression and interference from the US empire. The island nation is facing a critical time in which both a political crisis and an economic downturn create a potential for a dystopian crash of events.Gerald Horne, professor of history at the University of Houston, author, historian, and researcher, joins us to discuss Iran. Iran is arguing that it will need a guarantee that the US empire will keep its word and refrain from precipitously leaving the JCPOA if the agreement is to be revived. Also, Nikki Haley is slamming AIPAC for entertaining the possibility of accepting or endorsing the US empire rejoining the nuclear deal.Scott Ritter joins us to discuss the US Iran tanker Standoff. Scott joins our hosts to discuss a recent tense standoff between the US Navy and Iranian commando units as a ship carrying Iranian oil was stopped in what was described as an attempt of Piracy on the high seas. Iranian commandos took over the ship and chased off a US navy ship.

Deep South podcast
Next Steps for Nicaragua

Deep South podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 25:18


After jailing his opponents, Daniel Ortega won an election on November 7, extending his hold on power. On this episode, Nicaraguan journalist María Lilly Delgado weighs in on what's next for independent voices like herself in a consolidating dictatorship. Former Panamanian Vice President Isabel Saint Malo also joins the episode with a message for the international community. Guests: María Lilly Delgado is an independent journalist and co-founder of the Huellas de la Impunidad journalistic project. Isabel Saint Malo de Alvarado is the former vice president and foreign affairs minister of Panama and a member of AQ's editorial board. Brian Winter is AQ's editor-in-chief. Supplemental reading: "Nicaragua's Sham Election Is Over. What Should the World Do Now?" by Isabel Saint Malo de Alvarado (https://americasquarterly.org/article/nicaraguas-sham-election-is-over-what-should-the-world-do-now/) "Another 5 Years for Daniel Ortega?" (https://americasquarterly.org/article/another-5-years-for-daniel-ortega/)

What A Day
With A Court This Right, What Could Go Wrong?

What A Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 25:03


The U.S. ended a year and a half-long pandemic travel ban, reopening borders to vaccinated travelers from 33 countries. Yesterday was an emotional day as families around the world were finally able to reunite after being apart. We take a step back and discuss the Supreme Court during the middle of its term. Jay Willis, who runs the legal site Balls and Strikes, breaks down how these justices are leaning on certain issues and what we might expect from them on important cases coming up. And in headlines: the Justice Department seized approximately $6 million in ransomware payments, Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega is on track to win a fourth consecutive term in office, and the House committee investigating the January 6th riot issued new subpoenas for six of Trump's close allies. Show Notes: Balls and Strikes – https://ballsandstrikes.org/ Jay Willis: “Who Is the Worst Supreme Court Justice of All Time?” – https://bit.ly/3obh4Ej For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Was jetzt?
Zwischen Pflegenotstand und Profitinteresse

Was jetzt?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 11:24


In fast drei Viertel der Krankenhäuser mit Intensivbetten stehen einer Umfrage zufolge aktuell weniger Intensivpflegekräfte zur Verfügung als noch Ende 2020. Wie ist die Lage wirklich und warum haben sich die Missstände noch nicht geändert? Darüber spricht Elise Landschek mit David Gutensohn. Er ist Experte für Pflege und Gesundheit bei ZEIT ONLINE. Ohne ernstzunehmende Gegner wurde der autoritäre Präsident Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua wiedergewählt. Die Sicherheitsbehörden hatten in den vergangenen Monaten sieben Anwärter auf das Präsidentenamt verhaftet oder unter Hausarrest gestellt. Laura Cwiertnia ist ZEIT-Redakteurin und hat in Nicaragua gelebt. Sie erzählt, wie die Bevölkerung abgestimmt hätte, wenn sie frei hätte wählen können. Und sonst so? Schicksalstag 9. November. (Kleiner Korrekturhinweis zur Folge: Die Märzrevolution war natürlich 1848.) Moderation und Produktion: Elise Landschek Mitarbeit: Alena Kammer, Anne Schwedt Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter wasjetzt@zeit.de. Weitere Links zur Folge: Pflegeinitiative in der Schweiz: "Viele werden schon während der Lehre verheizt und überfordert" (https://www.zeit.de/2021/45/pflegeinitiative-schweiz-verbesserung-arbeitsbedingungen-cevincia-singleton-regine-sauter) Corona-Ausbrüche in Pflegeheimen: Eine Impfpflicht für wenige (https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2021-11/corona-impfpflicht-pflegeheim-altenheim-ausbruch-personal-koalition) Intensivpfleger am UKE: "Die meisten von uns haben die Kündigung längst geschrieben" (https://www.zeit.de/hamburg/2021-09/intensivpfleger-uke-hamburg-personalprobleme-brandbrief-arbeitsbedingungen-klinik-stress) Reform des Gesundheitssystems: Pflege geht nur ohne Profit (https://www.zeit.de/arbeit/2021-07/gesundheitssystem-reform-pflegesektor-non-profit) Nach den Wahlen in Nicaragua: Schrecklich still (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2021-11/nicaragua-praesidentenwahl-faelschung-protest-gewalt-diktator-daniel-ortega) Ernesto Cardenal: Adios, compañero! (https://www.zeit.de/kultur/literatur/2020-03/ernesto-cardenal-befreiungstheologie-revolution-poesie-nachruf) Nicaragua: Erst die Repression, dann der Kollaps (https://www.zeit.de/2019/17/nicaragua-repression-kollaps-proteste-oekonomie-daniel-ortega) Den neuen "Was jetzt?"-Newsletter können Sie hier abonnieren: https://www.zeit.de/newsletter/was-jetzt

Noticiero Univision
Miles de extranjeros de más de 30 países ya pueden ingresar a los Estados Unidos

Noticiero Univision

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 23:26


Presidente AMLO, se encuentra en Nueva York para encabezar el consejo de seguridad de la ONU.4 de las victimas en el Astroworld en Houston eran hispanos. Reporte indica que no había plan de contingencia a pesar que hace un año se presentó un episodio similar en el parque Energy.“Se nos acaba el tiempo” fueron las palabras de Barack Obama en su intervención en la COP26 en Escocia, sobre la crisis global medioambiental.

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese
As Nicaragua Resists Regime Change, The US Ramps Up Its Economic Warfare

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 60:01


The United States has tried to control the poor Central American country, Nicaragua, for more than 100 years. John Bolton designated Nicaragua as part of the "Troika of Tyranny" along with Cuba and Venezuela for daring to defend its sovereignty. Since the failed violent coup attempt in 2018, the US foreign policy establishment has focused on preventing President Daniel Ortega's reelection using a variety of tactics. Ben Norton, associate editor of The Grayzone, who is based in Managua, describes those tactics, the complicity of corporate media and social media and how Nicaragua is working to protect its democratic institutions. Norton outlines the US playbook in Nicaragua, including what to expect after the election. For more information, visit PopularResistance.org.

Newshour
Afghanistan: Millions facing starvation

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 47:37


The head of the United Nation's food programme has warned that Afghanistan is fast becoming the worst humanitarian crisis on earth, with millions facing starvation. David Beasley said “the next six months are going to be catastrophic. It is going to be hell on earth”. Mr Beasley was making his first visit to the country since the Taliban took power three months ago. Also in the programme: Early results in Nicaragua show that President Daniel Ortega has won a fourth term in office, in what President Biden denounced as a pantomime election. And we speak to delegates from Tuvalu and Bangladesh on 'Loss and Damage' day at COP26. They tell us how their nations are already affected by climate change and what help they need from developed countries. (Photo: Internally displaced people receive food aid distributed by the Turkish embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan on 30 October 2021. Credit: EPA/STRINGER)

Up First
Monday, November 8, 2021

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 13:26


Climate advocates and protesters are calling for stronger action at U.N. climate summit in Scotland. Officials investigate what caused a rush to the stage in which eight people died at a Houston music festival. And the U.S. threatens new sanctions after Daniel Ortega wins a fourth presidential term in Nicaragua.

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
08.11.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 10:12


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Merkel zieht im DW-Interview Bilanz Deutschland hat aus Sicht der geschäftsführenden Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel die Aufnahme von Hunderttausenden Flüchtlingen ab dem Jahr 2015 bewältigt. In einem Exklusivinterview der Deutschen Welle sagte Merkel wörtlich: "Ja, wir haben das geschafft." Es sei aber nicht alles ideal gelaufen, räumte die Christdemokratin ein. Neben dem Migranten-Zustrom bezeichnete sie die Corona-Krise als die größte Herausforderung ihrer 16 Amtsjahre. Verständnis zeigte Merkel für die Demonstrationen junger Leute für mehr Tempo beim Klimaschutz. "Wir müssen schneller werden", betonte die scheidende Kanzlerin. In Österreich gilt nun 2G Wer nicht geimpft oder genesen ist, darf in Österreich nicht mehr in Restaurants, Kinos, zum Friseur oder in andere öffentliche Einrichtungen. Ab sofort gilt für viele Freizeitaktivitäten die sogenannte 2G-Regel. Vizekanzler Werner Kogler erhofft sich davon "einen starken Beitrag zur Eindämmung des Geschehens", wie er im österreichischen Rundfunk ORF sagte. Regional könnten auch zusätzliche Maßnahmen erfolgen, sagte der Grünen-Politiker im Hinblick auf mögliche Lockdowns. Die täglichen COVID-19-Neuinfektionen steigen in Österreich rasant: Die Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz liegt landesweit bei 600. Welternährungsprogramm schlägt Alarm Die Zahl der weltweit vom Hunger bedrohten Menschen hat sich nach UN-Angaben in diesem Jahr deutlich erhöht. Wurden zu Beginn des Jahres noch 42 Millionen gezählt, so sind es nunmehr 45 Millionen, wie das Welternährungsprogramm der Vereinten Nationen in Rom mitteilte. Die zusätzlichen vom Hunger bedrohten Menschen wurden vor allem in Afghanistan registriert. Auch die Corona-Pandemie habe die Zahl der Hungerleidenden in die Höhe schnellen lassen, erklärte der Exekutivdirektor des Welternährungsprogramms, David Beasley. UN-Sicherheitsrat berät über Krise in Äthiopien Der eskalierende Konflikt in Äthiopien ruft erneut den Sicherheitsrat der Vereinten Nationen auf den Plan. Das mächtigste UN-Gremium will an diesem Montag zusammenkommen, um über die Lage in dem nordostafrikanischen Land zu beraten. Der Konflikt zwischen der Regierung und Rebellen aus der nördlichen Region Tigray erfasst immer größere Teile des Staates. Die Aufständischen rücken auf die Hauptstadt Addis Abeba vor. Seit Beginn der Kämpfe vor einem Jahr wurden bereits Tausende Menschen getötet, Hunderttausende sind vor der Gewalt geflohen. Ortega vor weiterer Amtszeit in Nicaragua Ohne aussichtsreiche Gegenkandidaten hat sich Nicaraguas autoritärer Präsident Daniel Ortega zur Wiederwahl gestellt. Ein Sieg des linksnationalen Amtsinhabers gilt als sicher, nachdem er in den vergangenen Monaten etliche Oppositionspolitiker, Journalisten und Aktivisten einsperren ließ. US-Präsident Joe Biden erklärte, was Ortega inszeniert habe, sei eine Scheinwahl gewesen. Auch der EU-Außenbeauftragte Josep Borrell bezeichnete die Wahl als einen "Fake", der einzig dazu diene, Ortega an der Macht zu halten. Die nicaraguanische Opposition hatte zum Boykott der Abstimmung aufgerufen. Polizist in Cannes mit Messer angegriffen Im südfranzösischen Cannes hat ein Mann einen Polizisten mit einer Stichwaffe attackiert. Der Vorfall soll sich vor einer Wache ereignet haben. Der Angreifer habe die Tür eines Polizeifahrzeugs geöffnet und auf den darin sitzenden Beamten eingestochen, sagte eine Sprecherin. Die kugelsichere Weste habe ihn jedoch geschützt. Der Polizist sei unverletzt. Ein anderer Beamter feuerte auf den Angreifer, der schwer verletzt ins Krankenhaus gebracht wurde. Der Täter sei von den Kollegen des Beamten "neutralisiert" worden, twitterte Frankreichs Innenminister Gérald Darmanin. Twitter-Nutzer stimmen für Tesla-Aktienverkauf Der Chef des E-Autoherstellers Tesla, Elon Musk, hat sich dazu verpflichten lassen, ein Zehntel seiner Anteile an dem Unternehmen zu verkaufen. In einer von dem Multimilliardär selbst angestoßenen Twitter-Umfrage stimmten knapp 58 Prozent der Teilnehmer für den Aktienverkauf. Der 50-Jährige hatte am Samstag angekündigt, er werde sich an das Ergebnis der Umfrage halten - wie auch immer diese ausgehe. Das Aktienpaket ist zum aktuellen Kurs rund 21 Milliarden Dollar wert. Ein Verkauf der Tesla-Anteile sei für ihn die einzige Möglichkeit, steuerpflichtig zu werden, so Musk. Die Sonntagsspiele der Fußball-Bundesliga In der Fußball-Bundesliga gab es folgende Ergebnisse: Hertha BSC Berlin und Leverkusen trennten sich 1:1 unentschieden. Köln spielte zu Hause gegen Union Berlin 2:2. Die Partie Fürth gegen Frankfurt endete 1:2. Auf die Tabellenspitze haben die Sonntagsspiele keine Auswirkung. Nach Abschluss des 11. Spieltages führen die Bayern mit vier Punkten Vorsprung vor Verfolger Dortmund.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
How Daniel Ortega 'demolished' democracy in Nicaragua

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 5:38


This Sunday, Nicaragua will hold an election the United States calls a "sham." President Daniel Ortega is seeking a fourth consecutive term and has made sure to silence the opposition before the first vote is cast. He has locked up candidates and attacked critical media. His inevitable victory has regional implications for U.S. hopes to strengthen democracy. Nick Schifrin reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

El Washington Post
Daniel Ortega y "The Washington Post". Cuba y la protesta del 15. Alemania y la pandemia

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 17:37


Nicaragua le negó ayer la entrada a la periodista Mary Beth Sheridan para cubrir las elecciones. Hablamos con ella. De la intimidación a los convocantes de la marcha en Cuba hablamos con Abraham Jiménez Enoa. Y de los contagios en Alemania, con Antje Sieb

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60 Minutes
60 Minutes 10/31

60 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 42:39


On this week's "60 Minutes," Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega has tightened his grip on power by making dozens of arrests of political opponents, journalists and protesters. Sharyn Alfonsi speaks to the wives of two imprisoned men who were planning to oppose Ortega in next week's elections. Lesley Stahl reports on a group of architects inspired by a project in Rwanda to create a new model of design. And in an interview with Anderson Cooper, world-renowned author Yuval Harari warns humans will be "hacked" if artificial intelligence is not globally regulated.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Thank God I'm Atheist
Pure Truth #514

Thank God I'm Atheist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 58:26


Priests and nuns in India ordered to pay taxes, Tennessee's governor offers time-honored solution for COVID-19 outbreak, French commission uncovers shocking number of Catholic Church sex abuse cases, Daniel Ortega and Nicaragua, a priest actually doesn't sexually molest child, Pat Robertson makes way for next generation, and the Mormon prophet just said something mighty revealing about his real level of influence over membership.