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La ContraCrónica
Brasil, Argentina y la moneda única

La ContraCrónica

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 45:55


Se celebra esta semana en Buenos Aires la cumbre de la Comunidad de Estados Latinoamericanos y Caribeños, más conocida como Celac. Esta organización, fundada hace trece años, estaba muy alicaída, entre otras cosas porque en 2020 el entonces presidente de Brasil, Jair Bolsonaro, comunicó a sus socios que suspendía su participación. Con la salida de Bolsonaro y la llegada a la presidencia de Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Brasil vuelve a escena con ambiciosos planes entre los que se encuentran relanzar la Celac y Unasur, y practicar un acercamiento hacia los Gobiernos de Cuba y Venezuela. Esto no sienta bien a la oposición brasileña, tampoco a la argentina, que ha protestado agriamente por la presencia del presidente de Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, en Buenos Aires para asistir a la cumbre. El que no ha acudido es Nicolás Maduro, tampoco lo ha hecho Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a quien no le gusta nada viajar al exterior, ni el nicaragüense Daniel Ortega. Muchos creen que Maduro no ha viajado hasta Buenos Aires porque teme que la DEA le arreste y se lo lleve preso a Estados Unidos. Se trata tan sólo de un rumor, pero lo cierto es que Maduro lleva ya varios años restringiendo sus viajes al extranjero y, cuando los hace, es siempre a países amigos donde los tentáculos de la DEA no llegan. Lo más esperado de esta cumbre, aparte de la revitalización misma de la organización, es el relanzamiento de las relaciones entre Brasil y Argentina, que tienen ahora dos Gobiernos muy afines ideológicamente con grandes planes para poner en marcha. Los de Lula pasan por normalizar las relaciones con Caracas, que prácticamente desaparecieron durante los años de Bolsonaro. A este empeño contribuye decisivamente el Gobierno argentino de Alberto Fernández, cuyas relaciones con el régimen bolivariano son inmejorables. Entretanto Lula y Fernández sostuvieron un largo encuentro en el que anunciaron varios acuerdos en el sector de la energía como la construcción de un gasoducto que lleve gas natural desde el sur de Argentina hasta Brasil. Junto a eso mostraron su interés en crear una divisa común a la que quieren llamar “sur” y que serviría para integrar más ambas economías. La intención de Lula es que Brasil y Argentina eviten el dólar en el comercio entre ambos países. Brasil es actualmente el principal socio comercial de Argentina. El comercio bilateral entre ambos países en 2022 ascendió a los 26.419 millones de dólares. No es la primera vez que se propone algo así. En 2008 se intentó algo parecido en el marco del Mercosur, pero no funcionó. Hace unos años, en 2019, idéntica idea fue rechazada de plano por el Banco Central de Brasil. No es para menos si echamos un vistazo a la evolución del peso argentino y del real brasileño. El primero es una moneda machacada por una inflación persistente, el segundo se encuentra en mucha mejor forma, aunque se ha depreciado sensiblemente en los últimos tres años frente al dólar y el euro. De cualquier modo, la inflación en Brasil es muy inferior a la de Argentina. El año pasado no llegó al 6% frente al 95% de Argentina. Por lo demás, la integración económica entre Brasil y Argentina es muy pequeña. No existe libre circulación de bienes, servicios y capitales, el marco regulatorio es muy distinto y la legislación fiscal y laboral difiere sustancialmente. El “sur” tendría por lo tanto un largo camino por delante en dos países caracterizados por sus vaivenes políticos. En La ContraRéplica: - Tanques para Ucrania - La prohibición de las armas nucleares - La Tuerka, Fort Apache y Podemos · Canal de Telegram: https://t.me/lacontracronica · “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i · “Lutero, Calvino y Trento, la Reforma que no fue”… https://amzn.to/3shKOlK · “La ContraHistoria del comunismo”… https://amzn.to/39QP2KE Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM #FernandoDiazVillanueva #argentina #brasil Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana
AMLO confía más en jueces de EU que en los de la Corte: Germán Martínez

Ciro Gómez Leyva por la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 6:05


El senador Germán Martínez asegura que el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador está más interesado en la arqueología del pasado que en la arquitectura del futuro del país. Considera que el presidente López Obrador confía más en los jueces de Estados Unidos que en los que están en la Suprema Corte, refiriéndose al juicio en contra de Genaro García Luna y el escándalo de la ministra Yasmín Esquivel. El senador Martínez agrega que no imagina que Brian Cogan –juez de Nueva York al frente del juicio de García Luna– se haya titulado con una tesis plagiada.

TIME's The Brief
Spotlight: Mexico's Tourist Train Will Destroy Indigenous Land and Livelihoods

TIME's The Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 14:04


The Maya Train has been touted as a jewel in Mexico's infrastructure crown since it was first officially proposed in September 2018, but President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's promises to protect the environment and keep project costs to a minimum have already fallen short.

TIME's Top Stories
Spotlight: Mexico's Tourist Train Will Destroy Indigenous Land and Livelihoods

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 14:04


The Maya Train has been touted as a jewel in Mexico's infrastructure crown since it was first officially proposed in September 2018, but President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's promises to protect the environment and keep project costs to a minimum have already fallen short.

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
What Was Achieved at the North American Leaders' Summit?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 19:58


This week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with U.S. President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and business leaders for the North American Leaders' Summit held in Mexico City, informally known as the Three Amigos summit. With the summit wrapped, Jeyan Jeganathan talks to former diplomat and special adviser to the Business Council of Canada Louise Blais about what Trudeau's priorities, positive outcomes for Canada, trade disputes, North American energy policies, and the electric vehicle sector.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Manuel López San Martín
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Manuel López San Martín 13 enero 2023

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 101:31


"Fortaleza del peso mexicano pondría freno a la inflación"; Metro CDMX: "Problemas en el STC no son de seguridad, sino técnicos por falta de mantenimiento".

Podcast de Juan Ramón Rallo
¿Quiere la izquierda acabar con la pobreza?

Podcast de Juan Ramón Rallo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 11:41


¿Desea la izquierda acabar con la pobreza? Los discursos de Andrés Manuel López Obrador y de Gustavo Petro no apuntan en esa dirección. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/juanrallo. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Manuel López San Martín
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Manuel López San Martín 12 enero 2023

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 101:38


Marko Cortés: "Regreso de Va por México trasciende dirigencias de los partidos"; Alejandra del Moral: "Va por México es una alianza ganadora; juntos somos invencibles"

Tu dosis diaria de noticias
12.Ene.23. - Agarraron a varios señalados por el ataque a Ciro Gómez Leyva

Tu dosis diaria de noticias

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 7:32


El gobierno de la Ciudad de México anunció la detención de once personas que presuntamente estarían relacionadas con el intento de asesinato en contra de Ciro Gómez Leyva. Eso sí, son autores materiales, pues aún siguen investigando quién mandó matar al periodista.La Cumbre de los Three Amigos terminó ayer con el encuentro bilateral entre Andrés Manuel López Obrador y Justin Trudeau. El bromance entre México y Canadá va tan en serio que el presidente mexicano le pidió a la pareja canadiense que se queden a vivir en México. Además… La UNAM confirmó que la ministra Yasmín Esquivel sí plagió su tesis; los aeropuertos de Estados Unidos fueron un caos ayer; y Damar Hamlin fue dado de alta del hospital. Para enterarte de más noticias como estas, síguenos en nuestras redes sociales. Estamos en todas las plataformas como @telokwento. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Tu dosis diaria de noticias
11.Ene.23. - AMLO-Biden-Trudeau: El bromance

Tu dosis diaria de noticias

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 8:15


El peak de la décima Cumbre de Líderes de América del Norte llegó ayer, con la reunión trilateral entre Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Joe Biden y Justin Trudeau. Al finalizar su encuentro privado, los Three Amigos dieron una conferencia de prensa conjunta en donde hablaron de temas como seguridad, narcotráfico, migración y medio ambiente. La crisis política en Perú continúa y el lunes murieron 18 personas en un enfrentamiento entre autoridades y manifestantes, que exigen la renuncia de la presidenta Dina Boluarte y el regreso de Pedro Castillo. Además… Investigarán a la asesora de tesis de la ministra Yasmín Esquivel; el intento de atentado contra la VP de Colombia; y todos los detalles de los Golden Globes. Para enterarte de más noticias como estas, síguenos en nuestras redes sociales. Estamos en todas las plataformas como @telokwento. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST 01.11.23 - Biden in Mexico

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 43:52


Hour 1 -  Good Wednesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: President Biden is in Mexico meeting with the President of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Video emerged of Biden getting distracted by an airplane while the president of Mexico was talking about destroying fentanyl labs. Biden promoted his plan Tuesday to make it easier for migrants to come to the United States after meeting with the leaders of Mexico and Canada. The President of Mexico expressed his gratitude toward President Joe Biden for being the first U.S. president "in a very long time" who "has not built even 1 meter of wall." The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is suffering a nationwide technical outage resulting in hundreds of canceled flights Wednesday morning.

Noticias de América
Entre EE.UU, México y Canadá, 'no existe una visión para un destino en común', dice un analista

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 2:35


A pesar del diálogo que mantienen Joe Biden, Andrés Manuel López Obrador y Justin Trudeau en materia de migración de control de las drogas y de comercio, los "tres amigos" carecen de visión común para el futuro de la región, apunta el especialista en México Gilles Bataillon.  Tras la cumbre trilateral en México entre Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Joe Biden y Justin Trudeau para favorecer la integración regional, el mandatario mexicano se reunió con su par estadounidense y sostendrá este miércoles un encuentro bilateral con el primer ministro canadiense. En su primera cita con Biden, López Obrador le reprochó cierto abandono de Washington hacia América Latina. “No creo que ni Trudeau ni Biden vayan a poner más atención hacia América latina. Hay una crisis mayor en Ucrania, otra que se podría avecina en China. Y después de los acuerdos de paz en Centroamérica, la derrota de los sandinistas en los años 90, los norteamericanos se retiraron de América latina”, analiza Gilles Bataillon, especialista de México en la Escuela francesa de ciencias sociales. “Las dos agendas que tienen (los norteamericanos) son las drogas y la cuestión migratoria, pero no hay ninguna gran visión de un destino común entre América latina, Estados Unidos y Canadá. La idea de Clinton era que el comercio lo iba a solucionar todo y que había que multiplicar los acuerdos de libre comercio entre el Norte de América y el resto de los países latinoamericanos, pero es no es una política”, recuerda Bataillon. Los 'tres amigos' como apodan a los mandatarios norteamericanos, se reunieron principalmente para fortalecer el acuerdo comercial T-MEC, para hacerle contrapeso a China. Washington quiere por ejemplo disminuir su dependencia de Asia, fabricar sus propios semiconductores. “Con el surgimiento de China como ‘fabrica del mundo', hay maquilas que se hubieran desarrollado en México, que se desarrollaron en Vietnam, India o China porque la mano de obra es más barata. Hay todavía parte de la industria norteamericana que trabaja de la mano con industrias mexicanas, y esto perfectamente se podría desarrollar”, indica Gilles Bataillon. Incógnitas sobre el litio mexicano En el marco de sus inversiones para luchar contra el cambio climático, México impulsa el Plan Sonora, que incluye la explotación del litio -mineral clave para las nuevas tecnologías y autos eléctricos-, la producción de estos vehículos mediante la relocalización de armadoras- y la construcción de seis plantas de energía solar. Sin embargo, aún persisten dudas sobre las reservas reales de litio en México y los impactos potenciales de esta actividad minera. “Habría que donde está el litio, cómo se va a extraer y si va a causar una contaminación ambiental o no”, precisa Gilles Bataillon.

Primera Emisión con Pedro Ferriz de Con
AMLO agradece a Biden no construir “ni un metro de muro” en la frontera

Primera Emisión con Pedro Ferriz de Con

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 106:00


En el mensaje de cierre de la Cumbre de Líderes de América del Norte, los mandatarios de México, Estados Unidos (EU) y Canadá mostraron un frente común para trabajar juntos por la integración.El Presidente de México, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, agradeció a su par estadounidense, Joe Biden, que no construyera “ni un metro de muro”, como sí lo hicieron algunos de sus antecesores. “Usted es el primer presidente de Estados Unidos en mucho tiempo que no ha construido ni un metro de muro y eso se lo agradecemos”.Más información en nuestra Primera Emisión del 11 de enero del 2023 con Pedro Ferriz De Con.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra
11-1: Democracias americanas puestas a prueba.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 52:56


Bajo la sugestiva designación de "Cumbre de los Tres Amigos", México fue escenario este noticioso martes del encuentro de los mandatarios Justin Trudeau, Joe Biden y Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Un augurio de buenos propósitos frente a los grandes desafíos de la esquina superior del continente. ¿Qué dejó en concreto la connotada cita? En el sur, mientras tanto, arde casi todo. En Brasil, los ecos del asalto a las instituciones democráticas del domingo y el temor de nuevas asonadas mantienen en vilo a gran parte del mundo. Los detenidos llegaron a 1,500 y aunque varios centenares fueron liberados, aún queda un millar bajo arresto. Un exministro de la administración anterior fue detenido por su participación en los hechos y Jair Bolsonaro, anuncia que adelantará su regreso al país, mientras el Presidente Lula da Silva conduce la primera crisis de su tercer mandato. Perú, que no encuentra tranquilidad tras la salida del poder de Pedro Castillo de nuevo vive toque de queda. Esta vez en la región Aymara de Puno, en la frontera con Bolivia, donde -por cierto- también continúan manifestaciones que nuevamente terminaron en enfrentamientos. Volviendo a Perú, hasta ahora ascienden a 47 los muertos por las protestas del último mes. Y el gobierno de Dina Boluarte requiere un balón de oxígeno para sostenerse y por ello busca un voto de confianza del Congreso. Como si lo anterior fuera poco, en Colombia, la vicepresidenta Francia Márquez denunció un complot atentatorio contra su vida. Sin mencionar nuestros propios y peculiares sobresaltos políticos, esto es algo de lo que sucede solo en las últimas horas y de lo que pretendemos abordar con el politólogo Jesús Guzmán.

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio
Alex Presha, ABC News Correspondent

Mac & Gaydos Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 3:53


Alex Presha reports on the tension between Joe Biden and Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Manuel López San Martín
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Manuel López San Martín 11 enero 2023

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 95:21


García Harfuch: "Hay mucho por hacer en el caso Ciro Gómez Leyva"; "Captura de Ovidio Guzmán no es suficiente para legisladores de EU"

Manuel López San Martín
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Manuel López San Martín 10 enero 2023

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 102:56


"Viaje de AMLO y Biden en La Bestia refleja la cercanía de ambos presidentes"; Caso Debanhi: Padres de la joven se reunirán con autoridades federales en próximos días

Centered From Reality
Drug Wars in Mexico, Deja Coup in Brazil, Biden's Document Disaster & Netflix Sucks

Centered From Reality

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 34:30


In this episode, Alex starts with a rant about why he is irritated with Netflix. He discusses how it constantly cancels good shows without giving them time to breathe or grow. This has created a loyalty issue because viewers are afraid to get into a new show because it could be canceled. Alex tells his listeners to watch Ginny and Georgia so this won't happen and it will get renewed. For the rest of the episode, Alex gets serious and talks about Biden's meeting with Mexico's president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The two met in Mexico City on Monday and things did not start off well after the two argued about American influence in Mexico. Next, Alex discusses how violence has erupted in Sinaloa between the Sinaloa Cartel and the Mexican Military. The Guardian writes about people “scrambling for cover as security forces and cartel gunmen fought for control of an airfield that had become the latest frontline of a Latin American drug conflict that claims tens of thousands of lives every year.” Later, Alex discusses an optics nightmare for the Biden Administration. Apparently, classified documents were found in the old office of Joe Biden. This has created a nightmare for Merrick Garland, whose Department of Justice has been going after Donald Trump for the same thing. Finally, Alex goes over the recent chaos that erupted in Brasilia, Brazil over the weekend. Supporters of the former president, Jair Bolsanaro, stormed the Congressional Building and Supreme Court. The events looked eerily similar to what happened almost two years ago in the United States. 

Conclusiones
¿Qué ha dejado hasta ahora la cumbre de líderes de América del Norte?

Conclusiones

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 42:10


La cumbre de líderes de América del Norte reúne desde este lunes en la ciudad de México a los presidentes de EE.UU., México y al primer ministro de Canadá. Se espera que Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau y Andrés Manuel López Obrador discutan los principales problemas de América del Norte: economía, clima y, sobre todo, migración, entre otros. Este es el primer viaje al extranjero de Biden en 2023 y el primero de Trudeau a México desde 2017. En Conclusiones, el exembajador de México en Japón e Italia Miguel Ruiz Cabañas habla sobre esta cumbre.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

Primera Emisión con Pedro Ferriz de Con
AMLO pide a BIDEN terminar con el desdén hacia América Latina

Primera Emisión con Pedro Ferriz de Con

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 108:19


En el primer día de actividades de la Cumbre de Líderes de América del Norte, Andrés Manuel López Obrador pidió a Joe Biden terminar con el olvido, el abandono y el desdén hacia América Latina y el Caribe, e iniciar una nueva etapa de cooperación y respeto; “usted tiene la llave”, le dijo.A lo que el presidente de Estados Unidos respondió que su país ha invertido “miles de millones de dólares” en beneficio de la región en los últimos 15 años y emplazó a dar prioridad a la lucha conjunta contra el fentanilo. Más información en nuestra Primera Emisión del 10 de enero del 2023 con Pedro Ferriz De Con.

La Opinión Hoy
AMLO viajó en “La Bestia” con Joe Biden en México. Rihanna vuelve con más proyectos. China reabre Fronteras.

La Opinión Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 8:40


Andrés Manuel López Obrador aseguró Joe Biden está muy contento de visitar México, en el marco de la Cumbre de Líderes de América del Norte. Además de la muy esperada presentación de Rihanna en el Super Bowl, hay más sorpresas, pues ya tiene lista una línea de ropa alusiva al partido con el que finaliza la temporada. China reabrió fronteras después de una muy larga restricción de política “Cero Covid-19”. Olivia Rodrigo ya está alistando un nuevo álbum, que está trabajando con su productor Dan Nigro.

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
Mexico's clean energy plan could run into trouble at leaders' summit

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023


Just across the Arizona border lies the dry, hot northern Mexico state of Sonora. It's known for its abundant minerals, and it sees more than 300 days a year of clear sky and sunshine — prime real estate for something like a massive solar plant,  or several of them.Mexico plans to do just that, building solar plants across Sonora, and it hopes to inaugurate the first project next month.But that's just the first stage. Within a few years, officials say it will be generating a gigawatt of energy, roughly the output of a nuclear power plant. Once completed, it'll be the eighth-largest solar plant in the world.President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said it's just the beginning."We've already begun the solar plant in Puerto Peñasco and the idea is to replicate it. Make five plants, and at the same time, run those electric lines to the border,” he told press late last year, adding that Mexico could even supply energy to the United States.  But there's a problem. These solar projects are to be run by Mexico's state-owned company. The US and Canada say it is a violation of trade agreeements — an issue that's central to the talks between the leaders of Canada, the US and Mexico, which are underway in Mexico City this week.In recent years, López Obrador has pushed an energy policy that, in short, has prioritized largely coal-powered energy from the state electricity company, sidelining renewables and private and foreign energy firms. Mexican energy consultant Arturo Carranza said the move has been harshly criticized "not only by opposition political parties, but also by private companies already involved in Mexico's electricity sector. For them, this reform represented a change in the rules under which they had decided to bring their investments."The US and Canada have demanded that Mexico rescind the priority status of the state electricity company and treat all firms equally. López Obrador responded by saying that his government has a right to prioritize Mexican state companies.Last July, the US and Canada filed a complaint against Mexico for breaking rules under the North American free trade deal, known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). It states that Mexico cannot prioritize state businesses over the private sector. They also accused López Obrador of disincentivizing investment in clean energy.Energy consultant Carranza said the Sonora plan is Mexico's way of offering a carrot to the United States and Canada — a promise of clean energy. The plan would also include the extraction of lithium, in part, for the US microchip industry and for car manufacturing.Analysts say it's a step in the right direction, but it only partially resolves the root of the energy conflict. Plus, it's not clear that Mexico could even get the full plan off the drawing board. "As a Mexican, I would love it if Plan Sonora could generate, transform, drive and supply 40% of the country with clean energy,” said Miriam Grunstein, chief energy counsel at Brilliant Energy Consulting. "But that's just a fantasy." Even if Mexico could muster the funds to build the plants, Grunstein said, Mexico's electricity grid would have to be updated to carry the new load, something that Mexico is not investing in. University of Mexico economist Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid said not to expect anything substantial from this week's summit."There will be nice words for the public,” he explained. "But behind the scenes, Canada and the United States are going to pressure Mexico hard to continue to change its energy policy.”And that pressure may have an impact. Mexico imports roughly 70% of its natural gas, gasoline and diesel from the United States. And the US receives 80% of Mexico's exports, which is a huge driver of the Mexican economy.Moreno-Brid said that means the US has huge leverage to force Mexico to eventually bring its energy policy into line, negotiating power that will likely eventually have an impact, with or without Plan Sonora. Related: In the north of Mexico, water cuts to cope with shortages hit poor communities hardest

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
Mexico's clean energy plan could run into trouble at leaders' summit

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023


Just across the Arizona border lies the dry, hot northern Mexico state of Sonora. It's known for its abundant minerals, and it sees more than 300 days a year of clear sky and sunshine — prime real estate for something like a massive solar plant,  or several of them.Mexico plans to do just that, building solar plants across Sonora, and it hopes to inaugurate the first project next month.But that's just the first stage. Within a few years, officials say it will be generating a gigawatt of energy, roughly the output of a nuclear power plant. Once completed, it'll be the eighth-largest solar plant in the world.President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said it's just the beginning."We've already begun the solar plant in Puerto Peñasco and the idea is to replicate it. Make five plants, and at the same time, run those electric lines to the border,” he told press late last year, adding that Mexico could even supply energy to the United States.  But there's a problem. These solar projects are to be run by Mexico's state-owned company. The US and Canada say it is a violation of trade agreeements — an issue that's central to the talks between the leaders of Canada, the US and Mexico, which are underway in Mexico City this week.In recent years, López Obrador has pushed an energy policy that, in short, has prioritized largely coal-powered energy from the state electricity company, sidelining renewables and private and foreign energy firms. Mexican energy consultant Arturo Carranza said the move has been harshly criticized "not only by opposition political parties, but also by private companies already involved in Mexico's electricity sector. For them, this reform represented a change in the rules under which they had decided to bring their investments."The US and Canada have demanded that Mexico rescind the priority status of the state electricity company and treat all firms equally. López Obrador responded by saying that his government has a right to prioritize Mexican state companies.Last July, the US and Canada filed a complaint against Mexico for breaking rules under the North American free trade deal, known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). It states that Mexico cannot prioritize state businesses over the private sector. They also accused López Obrador of disincentivizing investment in clean energy.Energy consultant Carranza said the Sonora plan is Mexico's way of offering a carrot to the United States and Canada — a promise of clean energy. The plan would also include the extraction of lithium, in part, for the US microchip industry and for car manufacturing.Analysts say it's a step in the right direction, but it only partially resolves the root of the energy conflict. Plus, it's not clear that Mexico could even get the full plan off the drawing board. "As a Mexican, I would love it if Plan Sonora could generate, transform, drive and supply 40% of the country with clean energy,” said Miriam Grunstein, chief energy counsel at Brilliant Energy Consulting. "But that's just a fantasy." Even if Mexico could muster the funds to build the plants, Grunstein said, Mexico's electricity grid would have to be updated to carry the new load, something that Mexico is not investing in. University of Mexico economist Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid said not to expect anything substantial from this week's summit."There will be nice words for the public,” he explained. "But behind the scenes, Canada and the United States are going to pressure Mexico hard to continue to change its energy policy.”And that pressure may have an impact. Mexico imports roughly 70% of its natural gas, gasoline and diesel from the United States. And the US receives 80% of Mexico's exports, which is a huge driver of the Mexican economy.Moreno-Brid said that means the US has huge leverage to force Mexico to eventually bring its energy policy into line, negotiating power that will likely eventually have an impact, with or without Plan Sonora. Related: In the north of Mexico, water cuts to cope with shortages hit poor communities hardest

The NPR Politics Podcast
Border, Drugs, Economy On Agenda As North American Leaders Meet

The NPR Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 14:06 Very Popular


President Biden heads to Mexico City this week for two days of meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Biden's trip comes after he made his first visit to the U.S.-Mexico border as president, and the three are set to talk about issues affecting all of their countries, including immigration. This episode: White House correspondents Asma Khalid and Tamara Keith, and Mexico City correspondent Eyder Peralta.This episode was produced by Elena Moore and Lexie Schapitl. It was edited by Casey Morell. Our executive producer is Muthoni Muturi. Unlock access to this and other bonus content by supporting The NPR Politics Podcast+. Sign up via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org. Connect:Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.

Manuel López San Martín
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Manuel López San Martín 09 enero 2023

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 102:44


Guillermo Calderón: "Presupuesto del Metro ha sido extraordinario"; "México no está interesado en una integración regional con EU y Canadá"; Mesa Política: Debate rumbo al 2024

Primera Emisión con Pedro Ferriz de Con
Así fue la visita de Jill Biden a la Basílica de Guadalupe

Primera Emisión con Pedro Ferriz de Con

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 104:42


Después de aterrizar en el Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México (AICM), la primera dama de Estados Unidos, Jill Biden, fue recibida por Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, esposa del presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador, con quien visitó la Basílica de Guadalupe.El compañía de la esposa de Ken Salazar, embajador de Estados Unidos en México, Esperanza Salazar y Stephanie Syptak Ramnath, jefa adjunta de Misión de la Embajada de Estados Unidos, las esposas de los mandatarios fueron a un recorrido en el recinto ubicado en la alcaldía Gustavo A. Madero.

Duro y a la cabeza
Andrés Manuel López Obrador y sus invitados Joe Biden y Justin Trudeau decidirán sobre el futuro del litio mexicano y resolverán el tema energético

Duro y a la cabeza

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 25:04


Andrés Manuel López Obrador y sus invitados Joe Biden y Justin Trudeau decidirán sobre el futuro del litio mexicano y resolverán el tema energético de una vez por todas… de seguridad y migración hablarán si les queda tiempo.

Listening Leaders
#133 Manuel López Torrents - Lo que podemos aprender de líderes relevantes

Listening Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 31:43


Vivimos en una sociedad que corre el riesgo de no valorar suficientemente el talento de las personas y su capacidad de crear. Super Founders recoge las historias de algunos de esos líderes españoles que son absolutamente inspiradores para el mundo empresarial que viene. ¿Qué les caracteriza?, ¿cuánto es innato y cuánto de aprendido?, ¿hay un ADN emprendedor?... No te pierdas esta interesante conversación con Manuel.

Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis
Así fue el traumático operativo para la captura de Ovidio Guzmán

Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 11:52


Posterior a la detención del heredero del ‘Chapo' Guzmán se desató una ola de violencia en Sinaloa. Al menos 10 militares y 19 supuestos criminales han fallecido, según reveló el presidente de México Andrés Manuel López Obrador.¡Comienza el año 2023 con la diversión del Podcast del Show de Raúl Brindis!

Manuel López San Martín
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Manuel López San Martín 06 enero 2023

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 100:21


"Ovidio Guzmán, el mayor productor de fentanilo en el mundo"; "Detención de Ovidio Guzmán es una victoria vergonzosa para AMLO"; "Detención de Ovidio Guzmán favorece la relación entre AMLO y Biden"

Me lo dijo Adela con Adela Micha
Adela Micha con todas las noticias en La Saga 6 enero 2023

Me lo dijo Adela con Adela Micha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 81:08


Tras la detención de Ovidio Guzmán López este jueves 5 de enero, líder de una facción del Cártel de Sinaloa, se dieron a conocer las primeras imágenes en las que el capo se encuentra bajo el resguardo de las autoridades federales. Ovidio Guzmán es uno de los hijos de Joaquín Guzmán Loera, “El Chapo”, jefe fundador del también llamado Cártel del Pacífico, actualmente detenido en Estados Unidos y sentenciado a cadena perpetua. Joe Biden, presidente de Estados Unidos, ‘cumplirá' uno de los deseos de su homólogo Andrés Manuel López Obrador: aterrizar en el Aeropuerto Internacional Felipe Ángeles cuando llegue a México. El canciller Marcelo Ebrard informó que el mandatario estadounidense llegará a nuestro país en la tarde del próximo domingo 8 de enero, esto para participar en la Cumbre de Líderes de América del Norte.

Milenio Opinión
Jesús Torres. El super peso mexicano

Milenio Opinión

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 6:37


El peso mexicano ha demostrado una gran fortaleza durante la actual administración del presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador, como no lo había tenido desde la época del desarrollo estabilizador, también conocido como el milagro mexicano.

America in Focus
Episode 80: McCarthy Continues Losing Streak in Bid to Lead House of Representatives

America in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 23:29


Join The Center Square's Executive Editor Dan McCaleb and D.C. Bureau Chief Casey Harper as they discuss that after four days and 11 failed attempts to elect a Speaker of the House on Thursday, many political pundits demanded that roughly 20 Republican members give in and elect U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., as House Speaker, arguing not doing so was creating a “crisis". Gunfire erupted between the Mexican Defense Forces and the Sinaloa Cartel after the cartel leader's son was arrested and shortly after President Joe Biden announced he was meeting with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador next week. --- Listen to Other ATN Productions: America's Talking: An interview podcast hosted by Austin Berg. Guests include professors, journalists, artists, business and nonprofit leaders, authors, and more. Everyday Economics: Join economist Dr. Orphe Divounguy and Chris Krug as they discuss global markets, inflation, and everything else that will help you understand the economic world around you. Future of Freedom: Future of Freedom is a bi-weekly podcast highlighting the work of the non-profits which are shaping the future of the freedom movement. Listeners will hear civil, intellectual conversations about why the organizations exist, what their mission is, and how they work to achieve it. Hosted by Scot Bertram. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/america-in-focus/support

Fight Laugh Feast USA
Daily News Brief for Thursday, January 5th, 2023 [Daily News Brief]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 19:24


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, January 5th, 2023. Happy Friday Jr. everyone! I hope you and your’s have had a great week thus far! Before I get into today’s news… Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-says-its-his-intention-visit-u-s-mexico-border-amid-historic-crisis Biden says it's his 'intention' to visit US-Mexico border amid historic crisis President Biden says it's his "intention" to visit the U.S-Mexico border amid a record high number of border crossings, according to a report. Biden made the comments Wednesday at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, saying that it's his "intention" to visit the border during his trip to the North American Leaders' Summit on Jan. 9-10, which will include meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The visit would mark Biden's first trip to the border during his presidency. People familiar with discussions surrounding the potential visit told the Wall Street Journal that Biden will not be making a policy announcement if he visits the border. The potential trip comes amid a record-breaking crisis at the southern border, with 617, 250 total migrant encounters occurring so far in FY 2023 as of Dec. 29, 2022, according to Customs and Border Protection sources, adding that there's an average of 6,858 encounters per day. In FY 2022, migrant encounters reached 2.3 million. On Dec. 6, Biden said that "there are more important things going on" when asked why he'd visit a border state but not the U.S. -Mexico border itself. The Biden administration has pushed for Title 42 — the pandemic-era policy which allows immigration officers to quickly remove migrants from the country on the basis of public health — to be lifted. After U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled in favor of immigration advocates and gave Title 42 an end date of Dec. 21, the Supreme Court temporarily halted the policy's termination. Without providing evidence, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in November that Biden has been to the border. https://www.theepochtimes.com/white-house-defends-covid-travel-restrictions-as-beijing-threatens-countermeasures_4961495.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Now from the southern border, to this! Donald Trump Says "China"- Play 0:00-0:10 You guessed it, we’re talking about China! https://www.theepochtimes.com/white-house-defends-covid-travel-restrictions-as-beijing-threatens-countermeasures_4961495.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport White House Defends COVID Travel Restrictions as Beijing Threatens ‘Countermeasures’ The White House is defending its decision to issue travel restrictions related to COVID-19 following several threats from China’s communist regime. The Biden administration said there was no cause for retaliation from Beijing after its communist leadership criticized Washington’s decision to require a negative COVID-19 test from those who travel from China to the United States. “There’s no cause for retaliation here just because countries around the world are taking prudent health measures to protect their citizens,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said during a Jan. 3 press conference. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which rules China as a single-party state, announced that it will reopen its borders on Jan. 8. The move comes just one month after the regime abruptly terminated its zero-COVID policy in response to mass unrest, causing cases of COVID-19 to surge throughout China. The move prompted a global outcry, and nations around the world are hurrying to put in place testing requirements for all arrivals from China. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a statement on Dec. 28, 2022, saying that passengers would need to present a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of recovery before boarding a U.S.-bound flight from China. The CDC said the move was meant to “slow the spread of COVID-19 in the United States during the surge in COVID-19 cases in the PRC [People’s Republic of China] given the lack of adequate and transparent epidemiological and viral genomic sequence data being reported from the PRC.” The United States joins the UK, Australia, Canada, France, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Malaysia, Qatar, and other nations seeking to place stronger restrictions on arrivals from China. A spokesperson for the CCP said that the testing requirements were “unacceptable” and vowed that the regime would “take countermeasures” against nations that issue travel restrictions on flights originating in China. The White House defended the decision to require testing from all China-originating travelers based on the international consensus that COVID-19 is currently ravaging China’s populace. That’s funny though… anyone remember when Trump shut down travel to China? Speaker Pelosi Visits SF's Chinatown To Show Support Amid Coronavirus Fears Play 1:16-1:40 The CCP has attempted to cover up the scale of COVID-19 infections in China and the number of deaths it’s causing among the Chinese population, which has no natural immunity following almost three years of constant lockdowns. Leaked images of papers from a CCP conference in December 2022 revealed that Party authorities believe that as many as 248 million Chinese became infected within the first 20 days of December. Publicly, the regime claims that only 10 people died from the disease throughout the month. That’s generally what happens when you don’t allow for herd immunity. https://bigleaguepolitics.com/report-at-least-769-recently-vaxxed-athletes-collapsed-last-year-during-competition/ Report: At Least 769 Recently Vaxxed Athletes Collapsed Last Year During Competition One of the underlying stories of 2022 is the enormous number of professional athletes – primarily men with an average age of 23 – collapsing during competition. Though many of these instances have been documented in singular reports. Mainstream media outlets appear reluctant to link this unprecedented surge in collapses to the Covid-19 jab. Or to even bother asking follow up questions as to why or how this is happening. This is especially suspicious considering the majority of these collapsing instances involved recently vaccinated and or boosted athletes. One America News Network (OAN) did some digging and discovered more than 769 athletes have collapsed on the field during a game from March 2021 to March 2022. As outlined by The Defender, this spike “in cardiac arrest and other heart issues among elite athletes coincides with the rollout of COVID-19 jabs.” Pearson Sharp of OAN asks: How many 23-year-old athletes were collapsing and suffering heart attacks before this year? Do you know any 23-year-old people who had heart attacks before now? And these are just the ones we know about. How many have gone unreported? Nearly 800 athletes — young, fit people in the prime of life — falling down on the field. In fact, 500% more soccer players in the EU are dropping dead from heart attacks than just one year ago. Sharp discussed how this unprecedented surge is not a coincidence. Especially because “the Pfizer vaccine is known to cause heart inflammation.” He also alluded to the fact this number may be grossly underreported. The reason for these unreliable figures stems from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) showing only between 1 and 10% of adverse reactions according to past investigations. Kyle Warner, for example, is an athlete who filed a VAERS report about his own health injuries following the COVID-19 jab. As Dr. Joseph Mercola put it; the filing took Warner 45 minutes – “a length of time that many doctors can’t or won’t devote when it comes to reporting adverse vaccine reactions seen among their patients.” Regardless, elite athletes collapsing in game increased so much in 2022 that even a mainstream media sports channel in Australia has speculated that the health issues could be linked to COVID-19 shots. https://twitter.com/i/status/1513542808531046409 - Play Video As this number steadily grows, mainstream outlets appear to be ignoring these collapses and their potential linkage to the Covd-19 vaccine. At the same time, the White House and other institutions continue pushing for more to take the experimental jab and get boosted. https://thepostmillennial.com/two-thirds-of-us-big-bank-economists-predict-a-recession-for-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Recession predicted in 2023 for US economy by economists at major banks Two-thirds of top economists at the United States' largest financial institutions are predicting a recession in 2023, according to a survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal. Primary concerns cited in the survey of 23 primary dealers, including those from Barclays PLC, Bank of America Corp, TD Securities, and UBS Group AG, were a dwindling of pandemic savings, a decline in the housing market, and a tightening of lending rules as potential warning signs of an incoming recession. The prediction follows a year of soaring inflation, accompanied by rapid interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve that have risen from nearly zero in March, to 4.5 percent by the year's end. The Federal Reserve reportedly plans to continue its increase to 5 percent, then 5.5 percent in 2023. Economists predict that this will force unemployment rates above five percent, resulting in millions of Americans losing their jobs. The central bank doesn't forecast a decline in interest rates until 2024 at the earliest, as it attempts a balancing act of attempting to lower inflation levels without triggering a recession. Inflation began to increase at the beginning of 2022, rising at its fastest pace in 40 years. It currently sits at three times the government's preferred rate of two percent. Americans' savings during the pandemic from decreased spending and government stimulus measures have started to dwindle, as consumers increasingly dig in to weather rising prices of most products, from groceries to gas. Households have also increasingly had to take out lines of credit to afford their lives, as total household borrowing increased by $351 billion between the second and third quarter, to a total of $16.51 trillion, the fastest increase in 14 years. The high interest rates have hit the housing market particularly hard, as mortgage rates continue to soar and home sales plummeted. Banks have also significantly tightened their lending standards, more often than not an indicator of an incoming recession. Out of the 23 primary dealers surveyed, only five believed that there would not be a recession: Credit Suisse Group AG, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., HSBC Holdings PLC, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and Morgan Stanley. Jeremy Schwartz, Senior US Economist at Credit Suisse, one of the five banks that didn't predict a recession, wrote of the outlook for 2023, "Several historically reliable lead indicators are sending recession signals, but in our view these measures are unable to correctly gauge recession risk in the current environment." https://www.foxnews.com/world/zelenskyy-warns-russia-planning-prolonged-attack-iranian-shahed-drones Zelenskyy warns Russia planning ‘prolonged’ attack with Iranian Shahed drones Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that Kyiv has gained intelligence suggesting that Russia is planning a prolonged attack by using Iranian-supplied Shahed drones. In an overnight address Monday, Zelenskyy warned that in the two days since the world welcomed in 2023, Ukraine has stopped more than 80 drone strikes. "We have information that Russia is planning a prolonged attack with Shaheds," he said. Zelenskyy said that Russia is looking to exhaust "our people, our air defense, our energy sector" by constantly pummeling the country with air strikes – a strategy Moscow has been employing for months but which it has escalated as winter sets in. "Now is the time when everyone involved in the protection of the sky should be especially attentive," he said addressing Ukrainian pilots and those in charge of air defense. Moscow and Tehran, Iran, have repeatedly denied any drone partnership or the use of Iranian supplied drones in Ukraine despite evidence supplied by Kyiv and backed by Western defense officials. Zelenskyy urged his forces on the front lines, particularly those fighting in areas like Bakhmut – which has seen intense ground warfare for months – to continue to hold the line amid harsh winter conditions, which has likely slowed fighting in other areas like Kherson. Ukrainian forces have continued to push the lines eastward in areas like Donetsk, and fighting has begun to intensify in the Donbas region where Russian backed forces have fought since 2014. Commander-in-Chief of Ukraine’s Armed Forces championed this week that Ukrainian forces have liberated 40% of the territory Russia occupied following its invasion. He also said that in the regions where Russian forces remain Moscow has lost roughly 28% of the land. Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com Now for my favorite topic, sports! Take a listen to ESPN football analyst Dan Orlovsky on the hospitalized Damar Hamlin: ESPN's Dan Orlovsky Praying for Damar Hamlin on NFL Live Play video That took place on ESPN ladies and gentleman. This is why I love sports… sports has gone woke in recent years, but it’s situations like this, that bring people together… God is always at work, but it’s amazing to see His handiwork in this situation.

Manuel López San Martín
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Manuel López San Martín 05 enero 2023

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 102:30


Así se vivió la detención de Ovidio Guzmán en el aeropuerto de Culiacán, según viajera; "Detención de Ovidio Guzmán no es un golpe al crimen organizado"; "Captura de Ovidio Guzmán no puede estar separada de la visita de Biden".

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Thursday, January 5th, 2023

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 19:24


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, January 5th, 2023. Happy Friday Jr. everyone! I hope you and your’s have had a great week thus far! Before I get into today’s news… Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-says-its-his-intention-visit-u-s-mexico-border-amid-historic-crisis Biden says it's his 'intention' to visit US-Mexico border amid historic crisis President Biden says it's his "intention" to visit the U.S-Mexico border amid a record high number of border crossings, according to a report. Biden made the comments Wednesday at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, saying that it's his "intention" to visit the border during his trip to the North American Leaders' Summit on Jan. 9-10, which will include meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The visit would mark Biden's first trip to the border during his presidency. People familiar with discussions surrounding the potential visit told the Wall Street Journal that Biden will not be making a policy announcement if he visits the border. The potential trip comes amid a record-breaking crisis at the southern border, with 617, 250 total migrant encounters occurring so far in FY 2023 as of Dec. 29, 2022, according to Customs and Border Protection sources, adding that there's an average of 6,858 encounters per day. In FY 2022, migrant encounters reached 2.3 million. On Dec. 6, Biden said that "there are more important things going on" when asked why he'd visit a border state but not the U.S. -Mexico border itself. The Biden administration has pushed for Title 42 — the pandemic-era policy which allows immigration officers to quickly remove migrants from the country on the basis of public health — to be lifted. After U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled in favor of immigration advocates and gave Title 42 an end date of Dec. 21, the Supreme Court temporarily halted the policy's termination. Without providing evidence, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in November that Biden has been to the border. https://www.theepochtimes.com/white-house-defends-covid-travel-restrictions-as-beijing-threatens-countermeasures_4961495.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Now from the southern border, to this! Donald Trump Says "China"- Play 0:00-0:10 You guessed it, we’re talking about China! https://www.theepochtimes.com/white-house-defends-covid-travel-restrictions-as-beijing-threatens-countermeasures_4961495.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport White House Defends COVID Travel Restrictions as Beijing Threatens ‘Countermeasures’ The White House is defending its decision to issue travel restrictions related to COVID-19 following several threats from China’s communist regime. The Biden administration said there was no cause for retaliation from Beijing after its communist leadership criticized Washington’s decision to require a negative COVID-19 test from those who travel from China to the United States. “There’s no cause for retaliation here just because countries around the world are taking prudent health measures to protect their citizens,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said during a Jan. 3 press conference. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which rules China as a single-party state, announced that it will reopen its borders on Jan. 8. The move comes just one month after the regime abruptly terminated its zero-COVID policy in response to mass unrest, causing cases of COVID-19 to surge throughout China. The move prompted a global outcry, and nations around the world are hurrying to put in place testing requirements for all arrivals from China. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a statement on Dec. 28, 2022, saying that passengers would need to present a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of recovery before boarding a U.S.-bound flight from China. The CDC said the move was meant to “slow the spread of COVID-19 in the United States during the surge in COVID-19 cases in the PRC [People’s Republic of China] given the lack of adequate and transparent epidemiological and viral genomic sequence data being reported from the PRC.” The United States joins the UK, Australia, Canada, France, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Malaysia, Qatar, and other nations seeking to place stronger restrictions on arrivals from China. A spokesperson for the CCP said that the testing requirements were “unacceptable” and vowed that the regime would “take countermeasures” against nations that issue travel restrictions on flights originating in China. The White House defended the decision to require testing from all China-originating travelers based on the international consensus that COVID-19 is currently ravaging China’s populace. That’s funny though… anyone remember when Trump shut down travel to China? Speaker Pelosi Visits SF's Chinatown To Show Support Amid Coronavirus Fears Play 1:16-1:40 The CCP has attempted to cover up the scale of COVID-19 infections in China and the number of deaths it’s causing among the Chinese population, which has no natural immunity following almost three years of constant lockdowns. Leaked images of papers from a CCP conference in December 2022 revealed that Party authorities believe that as many as 248 million Chinese became infected within the first 20 days of December. Publicly, the regime claims that only 10 people died from the disease throughout the month. That’s generally what happens when you don’t allow for herd immunity. https://bigleaguepolitics.com/report-at-least-769-recently-vaxxed-athletes-collapsed-last-year-during-competition/ Report: At Least 769 Recently Vaxxed Athletes Collapsed Last Year During Competition One of the underlying stories of 2022 is the enormous number of professional athletes – primarily men with an average age of 23 – collapsing during competition. Though many of these instances have been documented in singular reports. Mainstream media outlets appear reluctant to link this unprecedented surge in collapses to the Covid-19 jab. Or to even bother asking follow up questions as to why or how this is happening. This is especially suspicious considering the majority of these collapsing instances involved recently vaccinated and or boosted athletes. One America News Network (OAN) did some digging and discovered more than 769 athletes have collapsed on the field during a game from March 2021 to March 2022. As outlined by The Defender, this spike “in cardiac arrest and other heart issues among elite athletes coincides with the rollout of COVID-19 jabs.” Pearson Sharp of OAN asks: How many 23-year-old athletes were collapsing and suffering heart attacks before this year? Do you know any 23-year-old people who had heart attacks before now? And these are just the ones we know about. How many have gone unreported? Nearly 800 athletes — young, fit people in the prime of life — falling down on the field. In fact, 500% more soccer players in the EU are dropping dead from heart attacks than just one year ago. Sharp discussed how this unprecedented surge is not a coincidence. Especially because “the Pfizer vaccine is known to cause heart inflammation.” He also alluded to the fact this number may be grossly underreported. The reason for these unreliable figures stems from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) showing only between 1 and 10% of adverse reactions according to past investigations. Kyle Warner, for example, is an athlete who filed a VAERS report about his own health injuries following the COVID-19 jab. As Dr. Joseph Mercola put it; the filing took Warner 45 minutes – “a length of time that many doctors can’t or won’t devote when it comes to reporting adverse vaccine reactions seen among their patients.” Regardless, elite athletes collapsing in game increased so much in 2022 that even a mainstream media sports channel in Australia has speculated that the health issues could be linked to COVID-19 shots. https://twitter.com/i/status/1513542808531046409 - Play Video As this number steadily grows, mainstream outlets appear to be ignoring these collapses and their potential linkage to the Covd-19 vaccine. At the same time, the White House and other institutions continue pushing for more to take the experimental jab and get boosted. https://thepostmillennial.com/two-thirds-of-us-big-bank-economists-predict-a-recession-for-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Recession predicted in 2023 for US economy by economists at major banks Two-thirds of top economists at the United States' largest financial institutions are predicting a recession in 2023, according to a survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal. Primary concerns cited in the survey of 23 primary dealers, including those from Barclays PLC, Bank of America Corp, TD Securities, and UBS Group AG, were a dwindling of pandemic savings, a decline in the housing market, and a tightening of lending rules as potential warning signs of an incoming recession. The prediction follows a year of soaring inflation, accompanied by rapid interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve that have risen from nearly zero in March, to 4.5 percent by the year's end. The Federal Reserve reportedly plans to continue its increase to 5 percent, then 5.5 percent in 2023. Economists predict that this will force unemployment rates above five percent, resulting in millions of Americans losing their jobs. The central bank doesn't forecast a decline in interest rates until 2024 at the earliest, as it attempts a balancing act of attempting to lower inflation levels without triggering a recession. Inflation began to increase at the beginning of 2022, rising at its fastest pace in 40 years. It currently sits at three times the government's preferred rate of two percent. Americans' savings during the pandemic from decreased spending and government stimulus measures have started to dwindle, as consumers increasingly dig in to weather rising prices of most products, from groceries to gas. Households have also increasingly had to take out lines of credit to afford their lives, as total household borrowing increased by $351 billion between the second and third quarter, to a total of $16.51 trillion, the fastest increase in 14 years. The high interest rates have hit the housing market particularly hard, as mortgage rates continue to soar and home sales plummeted. Banks have also significantly tightened their lending standards, more often than not an indicator of an incoming recession. Out of the 23 primary dealers surveyed, only five believed that there would not be a recession: Credit Suisse Group AG, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., HSBC Holdings PLC, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and Morgan Stanley. Jeremy Schwartz, Senior US Economist at Credit Suisse, one of the five banks that didn't predict a recession, wrote of the outlook for 2023, "Several historically reliable lead indicators are sending recession signals, but in our view these measures are unable to correctly gauge recession risk in the current environment." https://www.foxnews.com/world/zelenskyy-warns-russia-planning-prolonged-attack-iranian-shahed-drones Zelenskyy warns Russia planning ‘prolonged’ attack with Iranian Shahed drones Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that Kyiv has gained intelligence suggesting that Russia is planning a prolonged attack by using Iranian-supplied Shahed drones. In an overnight address Monday, Zelenskyy warned that in the two days since the world welcomed in 2023, Ukraine has stopped more than 80 drone strikes. "We have information that Russia is planning a prolonged attack with Shaheds," he said. Zelenskyy said that Russia is looking to exhaust "our people, our air defense, our energy sector" by constantly pummeling the country with air strikes – a strategy Moscow has been employing for months but which it has escalated as winter sets in. "Now is the time when everyone involved in the protection of the sky should be especially attentive," he said addressing Ukrainian pilots and those in charge of air defense. Moscow and Tehran, Iran, have repeatedly denied any drone partnership or the use of Iranian supplied drones in Ukraine despite evidence supplied by Kyiv and backed by Western defense officials. Zelenskyy urged his forces on the front lines, particularly those fighting in areas like Bakhmut – which has seen intense ground warfare for months – to continue to hold the line amid harsh winter conditions, which has likely slowed fighting in other areas like Kherson. Ukrainian forces have continued to push the lines eastward in areas like Donetsk, and fighting has begun to intensify in the Donbas region where Russian backed forces have fought since 2014. Commander-in-Chief of Ukraine’s Armed Forces championed this week that Ukrainian forces have liberated 40% of the territory Russia occupied following its invasion. He also said that in the regions where Russian forces remain Moscow has lost roughly 28% of the land. Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com Now for my favorite topic, sports! Take a listen to ESPN football analyst Dan Orlovsky on the hospitalized Damar Hamlin: ESPN's Dan Orlovsky Praying for Damar Hamlin on NFL Live Play video That took place on ESPN ladies and gentleman. This is why I love sports… sports has gone woke in recent years, but it’s situations like this, that bring people together… God is always at work, but it’s amazing to see His handiwork in this situation.

The World Next Week
The 118th U.S. Congress, North American Leaders' Summit, China Reopens, and More

The World Next Week

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 39:08


The 118th U.S. Congress gets off to a rocky start; U.S. President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador meet in Mexico City for the tenth North American Leaders' Summit; and China relaxes its strict COVID-19 border policies amid a surging COVID caseload.    Mentioned on the Podcast   Qin Gang, “The Planet's Future Depends on a Stable China-U.S. Relationship,” Washington Post Shannon K. O'Neil, The Globalization Myth: Why Regions Matter   For an episode transcript and show notes, visit us at: https://www.cfr.org/podcasts/118th-us-congress-north-american-leaders-summit-china-reopens-and-more

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Thursday, January 5th, 2023 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 19:24


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief for Thursday, January 5th, 2023. Happy Friday Jr. everyone! I hope you and your’s have had a great week thus far! Before I get into today’s news… Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-says-its-his-intention-visit-u-s-mexico-border-amid-historic-crisis Biden says it's his 'intention' to visit US-Mexico border amid historic crisis President Biden says it's his "intention" to visit the U.S-Mexico border amid a record high number of border crossings, according to a report. Biden made the comments Wednesday at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, saying that it's his "intention" to visit the border during his trip to the North American Leaders' Summit on Jan. 9-10, which will include meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The visit would mark Biden's first trip to the border during his presidency. People familiar with discussions surrounding the potential visit told the Wall Street Journal that Biden will not be making a policy announcement if he visits the border. The potential trip comes amid a record-breaking crisis at the southern border, with 617, 250 total migrant encounters occurring so far in FY 2023 as of Dec. 29, 2022, according to Customs and Border Protection sources, adding that there's an average of 6,858 encounters per day. In FY 2022, migrant encounters reached 2.3 million. On Dec. 6, Biden said that "there are more important things going on" when asked why he'd visit a border state but not the U.S. -Mexico border itself. The Biden administration has pushed for Title 42 — the pandemic-era policy which allows immigration officers to quickly remove migrants from the country on the basis of public health — to be lifted. After U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled in favor of immigration advocates and gave Title 42 an end date of Dec. 21, the Supreme Court temporarily halted the policy's termination. Without providing evidence, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in November that Biden has been to the border. https://www.theepochtimes.com/white-house-defends-covid-travel-restrictions-as-beijing-threatens-countermeasures_4961495.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Now from the southern border, to this! Donald Trump Says "China"- Play 0:00-0:10 You guessed it, we’re talking about China! https://www.theepochtimes.com/white-house-defends-covid-travel-restrictions-as-beijing-threatens-countermeasures_4961495.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport White House Defends COVID Travel Restrictions as Beijing Threatens ‘Countermeasures’ The White House is defending its decision to issue travel restrictions related to COVID-19 following several threats from China’s communist regime. The Biden administration said there was no cause for retaliation from Beijing after its communist leadership criticized Washington’s decision to require a negative COVID-19 test from those who travel from China to the United States. “There’s no cause for retaliation here just because countries around the world are taking prudent health measures to protect their citizens,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said during a Jan. 3 press conference. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which rules China as a single-party state, announced that it will reopen its borders on Jan. 8. The move comes just one month after the regime abruptly terminated its zero-COVID policy in response to mass unrest, causing cases of COVID-19 to surge throughout China. The move prompted a global outcry, and nations around the world are hurrying to put in place testing requirements for all arrivals from China. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a statement on Dec. 28, 2022, saying that passengers would need to present a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of recovery before boarding a U.S.-bound flight from China. The CDC said the move was meant to “slow the spread of COVID-19 in the United States during the surge in COVID-19 cases in the PRC [People’s Republic of China] given the lack of adequate and transparent epidemiological and viral genomic sequence data being reported from the PRC.” The United States joins the UK, Australia, Canada, France, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Malaysia, Qatar, and other nations seeking to place stronger restrictions on arrivals from China. A spokesperson for the CCP said that the testing requirements were “unacceptable” and vowed that the regime would “take countermeasures” against nations that issue travel restrictions on flights originating in China. The White House defended the decision to require testing from all China-originating travelers based on the international consensus that COVID-19 is currently ravaging China’s populace. That’s funny though… anyone remember when Trump shut down travel to China? Speaker Pelosi Visits SF's Chinatown To Show Support Amid Coronavirus Fears Play 1:16-1:40 The CCP has attempted to cover up the scale of COVID-19 infections in China and the number of deaths it’s causing among the Chinese population, which has no natural immunity following almost three years of constant lockdowns. Leaked images of papers from a CCP conference in December 2022 revealed that Party authorities believe that as many as 248 million Chinese became infected within the first 20 days of December. Publicly, the regime claims that only 10 people died from the disease throughout the month. That’s generally what happens when you don’t allow for herd immunity. https://bigleaguepolitics.com/report-at-least-769-recently-vaxxed-athletes-collapsed-last-year-during-competition/ Report: At Least 769 Recently Vaxxed Athletes Collapsed Last Year During Competition One of the underlying stories of 2022 is the enormous number of professional athletes – primarily men with an average age of 23 – collapsing during competition. Though many of these instances have been documented in singular reports. Mainstream media outlets appear reluctant to link this unprecedented surge in collapses to the Covid-19 jab. Or to even bother asking follow up questions as to why or how this is happening. This is especially suspicious considering the majority of these collapsing instances involved recently vaccinated and or boosted athletes. One America News Network (OAN) did some digging and discovered more than 769 athletes have collapsed on the field during a game from March 2021 to March 2022. As outlined by The Defender, this spike “in cardiac arrest and other heart issues among elite athletes coincides with the rollout of COVID-19 jabs.” Pearson Sharp of OAN asks: How many 23-year-old athletes were collapsing and suffering heart attacks before this year? Do you know any 23-year-old people who had heart attacks before now? And these are just the ones we know about. How many have gone unreported? Nearly 800 athletes — young, fit people in the prime of life — falling down on the field. In fact, 500% more soccer players in the EU are dropping dead from heart attacks than just one year ago. Sharp discussed how this unprecedented surge is not a coincidence. Especially because “the Pfizer vaccine is known to cause heart inflammation.” He also alluded to the fact this number may be grossly underreported. The reason for these unreliable figures stems from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) showing only between 1 and 10% of adverse reactions according to past investigations. Kyle Warner, for example, is an athlete who filed a VAERS report about his own health injuries following the COVID-19 jab. As Dr. Joseph Mercola put it; the filing took Warner 45 minutes – “a length of time that many doctors can’t or won’t devote when it comes to reporting adverse vaccine reactions seen among their patients.” Regardless, elite athletes collapsing in game increased so much in 2022 that even a mainstream media sports channel in Australia has speculated that the health issues could be linked to COVID-19 shots. https://twitter.com/i/status/1513542808531046409 - Play Video As this number steadily grows, mainstream outlets appear to be ignoring these collapses and their potential linkage to the Covd-19 vaccine. At the same time, the White House and other institutions continue pushing for more to take the experimental jab and get boosted. https://thepostmillennial.com/two-thirds-of-us-big-bank-economists-predict-a-recession-for-2023?utm_campaign=64487 Recession predicted in 2023 for US economy by economists at major banks Two-thirds of top economists at the United States' largest financial institutions are predicting a recession in 2023, according to a survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal. Primary concerns cited in the survey of 23 primary dealers, including those from Barclays PLC, Bank of America Corp, TD Securities, and UBS Group AG, were a dwindling of pandemic savings, a decline in the housing market, and a tightening of lending rules as potential warning signs of an incoming recession. The prediction follows a year of soaring inflation, accompanied by rapid interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve that have risen from nearly zero in March, to 4.5 percent by the year's end. The Federal Reserve reportedly plans to continue its increase to 5 percent, then 5.5 percent in 2023. Economists predict that this will force unemployment rates above five percent, resulting in millions of Americans losing their jobs. The central bank doesn't forecast a decline in interest rates until 2024 at the earliest, as it attempts a balancing act of attempting to lower inflation levels without triggering a recession. Inflation began to increase at the beginning of 2022, rising at its fastest pace in 40 years. It currently sits at three times the government's preferred rate of two percent. Americans' savings during the pandemic from decreased spending and government stimulus measures have started to dwindle, as consumers increasingly dig in to weather rising prices of most products, from groceries to gas. Households have also increasingly had to take out lines of credit to afford their lives, as total household borrowing increased by $351 billion between the second and third quarter, to a total of $16.51 trillion, the fastest increase in 14 years. The high interest rates have hit the housing market particularly hard, as mortgage rates continue to soar and home sales plummeted. Banks have also significantly tightened their lending standards, more often than not an indicator of an incoming recession. Out of the 23 primary dealers surveyed, only five believed that there would not be a recession: Credit Suisse Group AG, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., HSBC Holdings PLC, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and Morgan Stanley. Jeremy Schwartz, Senior US Economist at Credit Suisse, one of the five banks that didn't predict a recession, wrote of the outlook for 2023, "Several historically reliable lead indicators are sending recession signals, but in our view these measures are unable to correctly gauge recession risk in the current environment." https://www.foxnews.com/world/zelenskyy-warns-russia-planning-prolonged-attack-iranian-shahed-drones Zelenskyy warns Russia planning ‘prolonged’ attack with Iranian Shahed drones Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that Kyiv has gained intelligence suggesting that Russia is planning a prolonged attack by using Iranian-supplied Shahed drones. In an overnight address Monday, Zelenskyy warned that in the two days since the world welcomed in 2023, Ukraine has stopped more than 80 drone strikes. "We have information that Russia is planning a prolonged attack with Shaheds," he said. Zelenskyy said that Russia is looking to exhaust "our people, our air defense, our energy sector" by constantly pummeling the country with air strikes – a strategy Moscow has been employing for months but which it has escalated as winter sets in. "Now is the time when everyone involved in the protection of the sky should be especially attentive," he said addressing Ukrainian pilots and those in charge of air defense. Moscow and Tehran, Iran, have repeatedly denied any drone partnership or the use of Iranian supplied drones in Ukraine despite evidence supplied by Kyiv and backed by Western defense officials. Zelenskyy urged his forces on the front lines, particularly those fighting in areas like Bakhmut – which has seen intense ground warfare for months – to continue to hold the line amid harsh winter conditions, which has likely slowed fighting in other areas like Kherson. Ukrainian forces have continued to push the lines eastward in areas like Donetsk, and fighting has begun to intensify in the Donbas region where Russian backed forces have fought since 2014. Commander-in-Chief of Ukraine’s Armed Forces championed this week that Ukrainian forces have liberated 40% of the territory Russia occupied following its invasion. He also said that in the regions where Russian forces remain Moscow has lost roughly 28% of the land. Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com Now for my favorite topic, sports! Take a listen to ESPN football analyst Dan Orlovsky on the hospitalized Damar Hamlin: ESPN's Dan Orlovsky Praying for Damar Hamlin on NFL Live Play video That took place on ESPN ladies and gentleman. This is why I love sports… sports has gone woke in recent years, but it’s situations like this, that bring people together… God is always at work, but it’s amazing to see His handiwork in this situation.