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The Hartmann Report
TUCKER CARLSON IS CONTINUING HIS LOVE AFFAIR WITH AUTHORITARIANS

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 58:14


Tucker Carlson is hosting his Fox News show from Brazil this week and on Wednesday he teased his interview with President Jair Bolsonaro. Bolsonaro is something of an authoritarian figure who is up for reelection this year. He has tried to rewrite Brazil's election laws to improve his prospects at the ballot box. He has stated that if he loses, the election will have been rigged against him. Tucker Carlson is two-timing Orban with Bolsonaro. He is continuing his love affair with authoritarians.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

BRF - Podcast
Brasserie: Kopfkino: Musik im Dunkeln - Charlotte Schmitz bei Lena Orban

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


BRF - Podcast
Brasserie: KKG Ulk feiert 13x11 Jahre - Mario François bei Lena Orban

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


BRF - Podcast
Brasserie: Ausflugsziel Wetterpark am Weißen Stein - Karsten Brandt bei Lena Orban

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


Polarised
Dissecting the modern 'strongman'

Polarised

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 31:46


In this lively interview series from the RSA, Matthew Taylor, puts a range of practitioners on the spot - from scholars to business leaders, politicians to journalists - by asking for big ideas to help build effective bridges to our new future. Have the last 15 years seen the most sustained decline in political freedom around the world since the 1930s? Chief Foreign Affairs columnist for the Financial Times, Gideon Rachman, believes so. And he points the finger of blame squarely at the rise of the modern 'strongman'. From Putin to Jinping, Orban to Bolsonaro,  liberal democracy, Rachman argues, is at risk of being eroded by the ego-driven antics of this new crop of leaders. But could Putin's war in Ukraine bring about the end of the era of the strongman?Gideon Rachman is the Chief Foreign Affairs columnist for the Financial Times. In 2016 he won the Orwell Prize for Journalism and was named Commentator of the Year at the European Press Prize awards. Previously he worked for The Economist for fifteen years, and has served as a foreign correspondent in Washington, Bangkok and Brussels. His latest book is, 'The Age of The Strongman: How the Cult of the Leader Threatens Democracy around the World'. A Tempo & Talker production for the RSA. In this time of global change, strong communities and initiatives that bring people together are more invaluable than ever before. The RSA Fellowship is a global network of problem solvers. We invite you to join our community today to stay connected, inspired and motivated in the months ahead. You can learn more about the Fellowship or start an application by clicking here.

BRF - Podcast
BRF am Morgen: Dritter Gemeindecup der Raerener Grundschulen - Heike Keller und Marc Gehlen bei Lena Orban

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


Bernard Hammelburg | BNR
Opinie | Spartelende Macron

Bernard Hammelburg | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 2:43


Met democratieën kan het wel eens vreemd lopen. Frankrijk staat op zijn achterste benen omdat de partij van president Macron bij de parlementsverkiezingen geen absolute meerderheid heeft behaald. ‘Frankrijk is onbestuurbaar,' luidden vele koppen. ‘Macron wordt vijf jaar een lame duck,' schreven anderen. Gevolgd door speculatie over nieuwe verkiezingen.  Op een korte periode onder Mitterand na, heeft de partij van de Franse president de afgelopen 65 jaar een meerderheid in de assemblee gehad. En dus vinden de Fransen dat normaal, en met hen de democratische wereld. Het lijkt wel alsof de Franse kiezer van zelfverklaarde democraten een standje krijgt omdat die nu afwijkt en het heeft gewaagd ook voor de linkse en rechtse oppositie te stemmen. Hoe durven ze.  Het is een mechanisme dat de democratische wereld in de greep heeft gekregen: prachtig dat er verkiezingen worden gehouden, maar dan verwachten we wel dat de uitslag binnen de liberaal-democratische kaders vallen. Amerikanen die op Trump hebben gestemd, en dat wellicht weer gaan doen: foei! Hongaren die op Orban stemmen: schande. Boris Johnson, die liegt en bedriegt en gewoon blijft zitten: nou já.  Vooral binnen de Europese Unie is het tegenwoordig modieus om volkeren bestraffend toe te spreken als ze het liberale centrum verlaten en voor de linker- of rechterflank gaan. De Europese Commissie is een soort keuringsdienst van democratische waarden geworden, waar vaak maanden, en soms jaren wordt onderhandeld om de geest van een eigenwijs-dissidente lidstaat weer in de Brusselse fles de krijgen. Nu dus zelfs in Frankrijk, met een discussie of Macron volgens de grondwet nieuwe verkiezingen kan uitschrijven, of dat hij een jaar moet wachten.  De grondgedachte is merkwaardig. Los van de aanzienlijke kans dat Macrons partij ook bij nieuwe verkiezingen geen meerderheid haalt, is het de vraag of het allemaal zo erg is. Eén telefoontje naar Mark Rutte en hij krijgt zo een lijstje tips om tijdens een kabinetsperiode incidentele coalities te vormen.  De EU is een verbond van soevereine democratieën. Het zijn dus, in laatste instantie, niet hun leiders die de dienst uitmaken, maar hun kiezers. Het is het volste recht van de kiezer om te stemmen op wat in de ogen van menig toeschouwer een foute kandidaat is. Ook als de gevestigde orde dan vreselijk moet spartelen. Zoals Macron nu. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BRF - Podcast
BRF am Morgen: PDG-Sitzung - Lena Orban bei Volker Sailer

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


Powojnie
Początki politycznej kariery Viktora Orbana. W jaki sposób po raz pierwszy został premierem Węgier?

Powojnie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 17:15


Hej! W tym odcinku serii Powojnie zająłem się początkami kariery jednego z najważniejszych polityków w Europie Środkowo-Wschodniej. Viktor Orban na początku lat 90-tych chciał, aby jego kraj jak najszybciej dostał się do struktur NATO oraz Unii Europejskiej. Był zdecydowanym przeciwnikiem sojuszu z Moskwą i stuprocentowym liberałem. Opowiadał się za szeroko zakrojonymi reformami w swojej ojczyźnie. Tymczasem w młodości sympatyzował z komunistyczną młodzieżówką. Potem zapewniał, że był to jeden z błędów młodości. Po odbyciu dwuletniej służby wojskowej rozpoczął studia prawnicze na Uniwersytecie imienia Eötvös Lorand w Budapeszcie. Tematem jego pracy magisterskiej była polska Solidarność. Prawdziwą pasją młodego Orbana była polityka. 30 marca 1988 roku został współzałożycielem Związku Młodych Demokratów, czyli w skrócie Fideszu. Najważniejszym wydarzeniem w pierwszych latach jego politycznej działalności było przemówienie, które wygłosił 16 czerwca 1989 roku w Budapeszcie w związku z pogrzebem bohaterów antykomunistycznego powstania z jesieni 1956 roku. Postacią do której odwołał się wtedy Orban był przede wszystkim Imre Nagy czyli lider powstania z 1956 roku. Oddał mu oraz jego towarzyszom należną cześć, a także zaatakował węgierskich komunistów. Orban od tego momentu stał się postacią rozpoznawalną. W przyszłości zaprocentuje to udaną karierą polityczną. Więcej dowiecie się słuchając najnowszej odsłony serii Powojnie.

Invitatul dimineţii
Ludovic Orban, deputat, președinte Forța Dreptei, despre măsurile fiscale propuse de PSD

Invitatul dimineţii

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


”De luni bune, PSD-ul vine cu tot felul de inepții fiscale”. citiţi mai departe

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Balazs Orban - dyrektor biura politycznego  premiera  Węgier / Poranek Wnet / 15.06.2022 r./

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 7:36


Balazs Orban podsumowuje szczyt B9 w Bukareszcie i tłumaczy politykę Węgier wobec wojny na Ukrainie. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiownet/message

BRF - Podcast
BRF am Morgen: Gut für Umwelt und Geldbeutel: Repair Café in Hauset hat zum ersten Mal stattgefunden - Lena Orban

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022


BRF - Podcast
BRF am Morgen: Premiere im PDG: Abgeordnetenclub ins Leben gerufen - der frühere CSP-Abgeordnete Albert Gehlen bei Lena Orban

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022


Hörsaal - Deutschlandfunk Nova
Wie Männlichkeit Politik prägt - Birgit Sauer und Sandra Destradi

Hörsaal - Deutschlandfunk Nova

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 54:06


Trump, Putin, Kurz, Erdoğan, Orban – die Liste der autoritären Führer unserer Zeit wird immer länger. Was auffällt: Es sind alles Männer. Ist das ein Zufall oder besteht eine Verbindung zwischen autoritärer Politik und Männlichkeitsvorstellungen? Die Politikwissenschaftlerinnen Birgit Sauer und Sandra Destradi gehen dieser Frage in ihren Vorträgen nach. Der Vortrag von Birgit Sauer heißt "Starke Männer, Opfer und maskulinistische Identitätspolitik der autoritären Rechten". Der Vortrag von Sandra Destradi heißt "Populismus, Maskulinität und Außenpolitik: der Fall Indien". Beide Vorträge wurden am 24. März 2022 auf der Tagung "Starke Männer – Figuren disruptiver Politik in transnationaler Perspektive" an der Universität Freiburg gehalten. **********Mehr zum Thema bei Deutschlandfunk Nova:Toxische Männlichkeit: Männer, das gefährliche GeschlechtMänner 2020 - Was ist männlich?Linus Giese: Männliche Klischees und Rollenbilder setzen unter Druck**********Den Artikel zum Stück findet ihr hier.**********Ihr könnt uns auch auf diesen Kanälen folgen: Instagram und YouTube.

Zuppa di Porro
Il cancro di Putin ridotto a un titolone per i giornali

Zuppa di Porro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022


L'alibi Orban per i tedeschi, la ricetta di Landini contro l'inflazione e la cuccagna voli di Stato. Questo e altro nella #zuppadiporro del 3 giugno 2022

B5 Thema des Tages
Interview mit Jörg Bergstermann, FES Budapest

B5 Thema des Tages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 8:49


Heute begrüßt Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier Ungarns Präsidentin Katalin Novák in Berlin. Das Verhältnis zu Ungarn ist angespannt, nicht zuletzt, weil die EU ein Rechtsstaatsverfahren gegen Ungarn eingeleitet hat, wegen mutmaßlicher Verstöße gegen die Rechtsstaatlichkeit. Ungarns Regierungschef Viktor Orban erschwere die Arbeit der parlamentarischen und der außer-parlamentarischen Opposition und nehme Einfluss auf die Presse. Derweil stellt er die Frage nach der sogenannten Illiberalen Demokratie und eröffnet eine internationale Debatte: muss Demokratie immer liberal sein? Im Gespräch mit BR24 im "Thema des Tages" geht Jörg Bergstermann von der Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) auf diese und andere Frage ein und ordnet ein, wie Orban gegen den aus seiner Sicht links-grünen Mainstream auch in anderen europäischen Ländern teils erfolgreich Stimmung macht.

Effetto notte le notizie in 60 minuti
I 70 anni di Elisabetta sul trono britannico

Effetto notte le notizie in 60 minuti

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022


Colpita scuola a Kharkiv: morta una donna. Sentiamo Mattia Sorbi, giornalista in collegamento proprio da Kharkiv. No di Orban all'inserimento nella black list UE dei patriarca Kirill. Ne parliamo con il nostro Sergio Nava. Ci colleghiamo poi con il Festival dell'Economia di Trento dove c'è Alberto Orioli, vicedirettore del Sole 24 Ore. Oggi al via le cerimonie per il Giubileo di platino della Regina Elisabetta. Con noi Enrica Roddolo, giornalista del Corriere della Sera esperta di reali britannici.

Europa draait door
#22 - De 'chantage week' van Orbán (S04)

Europa draait door

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 46:25


Na maanden van gesteggel leek het er deze week eindelijk van te komen: een boycot van Russische olie door de Europese Unie. De Hongaarse premier Orban lag maanden dwars omdat hij stelde geen alternatief voor de Russische olie te kunnen vinden. Deze week werd eindelijk een compromis gesloten, waarbij Hongarije voorlopig vrijgesteld werd van de sancties. Maar toen besloot Orban nóg een konijn uit de hoge hoed te toveren om het pakket nogmaals te traineren. De laatste maanden profileert hij zich steeds vaker als ‘paria', door zijn softe opstelling jegens Rusland. Ondertussen brokkelt hierdoor de relatie met het normaal gesproken vriendschappelijke Polen af. Waar kan dit toe leiden? We bespreken het met Hongarije-correspondent Tijn Sadée.

Zuppa di Porro
Vittoria di Draghi sul tetto del gas? I giornali spacciano bufale

Zuppa di Porro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022


Le false accuse a Orban sull'embargo, la bufala dell'Ucraina granaio del mondo e lo sputtanamento (senza denunce) degli alpini. Questo e altro nella #zuppadiporro del 1° giugno 2022 👇

Un jour dans le monde
Sanctions contre la Russie: jusqu'à quand va-t-on laisser le hongrois Orban dicter sa loi en Europe ?

Un jour dans le monde

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 4:10


durée : 00:04:10 - Le monde d'après - par : Jean Marc FOUR - Le Conseil Européen est réuni à Bruxelles jusqu'à demain. Il devrait décider de l'achat groupé d'armes pour l'Ukraine. En revanche, il y a blocage pour l'instant parmi les 27 sur l'adoption de nouvelles sanctions contre Moscou. Blocage à cause d'un pays : la Hongrie de Viktor Orban.

InterNational
Sanctions contre la Russie: jusqu'à quand va-t-on laisser le hongrois Orban dicter sa loi en Europe ?

InterNational

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 4:10


durée : 00:04:10 - Le monde d'après - par : Jean Marc FOUR - Le Conseil Européen est réuni à Bruxelles jusqu'à demain. Il devrait décider de l'achat groupé d'armes pour l'Ukraine. En revanche, il y a blocage pour l'instant parmi les 27 sur l'adoption de nouvelles sanctions contre Moscou. Blocage à cause d'un pays : la Hongrie de Viktor Orban.

Saxo Market Call
Where does this squeeze get a nosebleed?

Saxo Market Call

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 20:03


Slide deck: https://bit.ly/3Gubx4q   - Today we look at the squeeze in equity markets that extended aggressively into the close of last week, with this week off to a strong start, in part on hopes for a shift in China's covid policy. We also look at the dissonances in the narrative should China drive new global demand that reaggravates inflationary dynamics as some of the recent market rally has been on hopes that inflation fears and anticipated Fed tightening policy have peaked for the cycle. We also highlight the stress in the VC space, Hungary's Orban boxing above his weight class and risks to HUF, the dynamics in the crude market as Brent posted its second highest weekly close for the cycle last week, earnings ahead and more. Today's pod features Peter Garnry on equities, Ole Hansen on commodities and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX. Intro and outro music by AShamaluevMusic

Europa Europa
Senza Energia. L'Europa si spacca su Orban

Europa Europa

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022


Bruxelles si prepara a un vertice europeo rischiosissimo per l'unità dell'Ue. Perché, al di là dei dossier specifici, dall'energia al debito comune per la ricostruzione, c'è un principio superiore che, sottotraccia, sta dividendo i leader del Vecchio Continente: dove e come dovrà finire la guerra tra Ucraina e Russia. A dimostrazione di ciò, c'è l'assenza delle parole 'pace', 'tregua' o 'cessate il fuoco' nella bozza di conclusioni del summit di lunedì. La verità, spiega una fonte europea, è che nell'Ue c'è chi vuole la vittoria dell'Ucraina ad ogni costo e chi no. Nel capitolo energia potrebbe rientrare anche quello del sesto pacchetto di sanzioni e di quell'embargo al petrolio sul quale, da quasi un mese, Viktor Orban tiene sotto scacco l'intera Ue. Ne parliamo con Stefano Bottoni, autore di "Orban. Un despota in Europa", che ci aiuta a comprendere gli obiettivi di quello che ormai è il più longevo dei leader europei. Alla luce degli eventi ucraini facciamo tappa a Lublino (Polonia), dove Irma Gijnaj ci racconta l'avvio di un nuovo programma di sostegno ai profughi.

Nuntii Latini
diē vīcēsimō septimō mēnsis Māiī

Nuntii Latini

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 5:31


Comitia Austrāliāna Suffrāgiīs in Austrāliā datīs numerātīsque, factiō Līberālis Nātiōnālisque, quae ad dextrās partēs spectat et octō annōs pollet, est vehementer repulsa, atque adversa et sinistra factiō Opificum māiorem partem cūriae sibi cēpit. Scōtus igitur Morrison principātum factiōnis Līberālis Nātiōnālisque alterī cuidam cēdet; Antōnius vērō Albanēsius, princeps Opificum factiōnis quī vel Albanēsē vel Albanīs variō et mūtābilī Austrāliānōrum sermōne appellātur, diē Lūnae summus creātus est magistrātus. Dūcēs cohortis Propontiadae captī Diē Saturnī Russī nuntiāvērunt Dionysium Procopencum, dūcem cohortis Propontiadae, et cēterōs mīlitēs omnēs, necnōn Ucrāīnēnsēs classicōs, quibus praefectus erat Sergius Volyna, esse captōs. Pergunt Russī in orientālibus regiōnibus Ucrāīnēnsēs dēvincere, et in parte merīdiōnālī Chersonium et Alexandrōvium etiam in Russōrum diciōnem videntur esse subiuncta. Iōannes Lūcius Martīnēsius comprehēnsus Lutetiae Parīsiōrum, Iōannes Lūcius Martīnēsius, usque in annum bis millēsimum vīcēsimum prīmum praefectus Mūseō Lupārēnsī, est ā pūblicīs comprehēnsus atque accūsātus fraudis et pecūniae cēlandae. Quae crīmina spectant ad illēgitimum commercium rērum Aegyptiācārum, quae Aegyptiīs sunt surreptae. Martīnēsius, quī etiam lēgātus est Gallōrum, sē innocentem prōfitētur. Forum tōtīus mundī Davī in confoederātiōne Helvēticā congressī sunt dītissimī et potentēs tōtīus mundī, quī dē rēbus futūrīs, ut singulīs annīs solent, colloquerentur. Henrīcus Kissinger, ōlim Americānōrum ab exterīs negōtiīs minister, hortātus est ut Russīs statim cēderētur terra, quam illī ante bellum in Ucrāīnā gestum possēdissent, quō celerius bellum ad fīnem perdūcerētur. Ex alterā parte Georgius Soros, dīvēs quī philosophiam Carolī Popperī prōmōvet, cēnsuit contrā Russōs et Sīnēnsēs et omnēs tyrannōs strenuē agendum; fierī posse ut tertium bellum tōtīus mundī iam esse incohātum. Omnēs videntur timēre, nē oeconomia tōtīus mundī corruat, nēve annōna per tōtum mundum, sīcut Taprobanae, dēficiat. Nova lex dē sermōne Gallicō in Quebecō Quebecēnsium senātus cēnsuit nōn nisi Gallicē esse negōtia agenda. Qui in Quebecum immigrāverint, iīs nōn diūtius quam sex mēnsēs licēbit Anglicē loquī cum magistrātibus. Quibus est negōtium et mercātus, eōs oportēbit magistrātibus dēmonstrāre sē omnia agere Gallicē. Magistrātibus nova auctōritas datur ordinātra tēlephōnaque gestābilia capiendī excutiendīque, quō melius hominēs illēgitimē, id est Anglicē, loquentēs dēprehendantur. Victōrius Orban extraordināriam auctōritātem sibi capit Victōrius Orban, quartum creātus minister prīmārius Hungarōrum, auctōritātem statim sibi arrogāvit extraordināriam, quā prōvidēret nē quid dētrīmentī rēspūblica propter Ucrāīnōs nēve populus Hungaricus propter tōtīus mundī defectum mercium messiumque caperet. Nova porro vectigālia in societātēs, quae dē auctō pretiō petroleī māius lucrum quam solitae erant faciēbant, et in domōs argentariās imposuit. Furtum in gymnāsiō Fūrēs in studiōrum Ūniversitātis gymnāsium Carverī nōmine dictum clam intrāvērunt et anulum hōrologiumque surripuērunt, quae tropaea et monumenta erant victōriae in ludō canistripilae, quam annō bis millēsimō duodecimō discipulī tulērunt. Quae rapta sunt, ad quingentōs dollarōs constant; sed omnia quae fūrēs frēgērunt, ut anulum horologiumque auferrent, refecta sunt pretiō quinquāgiēns māiōre. Ambigitur an sapientis sit vīlia tropaea in armārium vitreum longē cārius repōnere.

WDR 2 Zugabe Pur - Der Satire-Podcast
Mit Witzplatzreservierung - Der satirische Wochen-Reiseführer

WDR 2 Zugabe Pur - Der Satire-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 29:35


Onkel Fisch fahren mit dem Zug durch die Woche - durch die malerische Partybilder-Landschaft von Boris Johnson, vorbei an Testzentren mit aufgeschübschten Abrechnungszahlen und bis an die Grenze von Orbanistan. Von Onkel Fisch.

Centered From Reality
Thoughts on the Uvalde Tragedy & Orban's Manufactured State of Emergency

Centered From Reality

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 32:35


In this episode, Alex gives his thoughts on the tragic shooting in Uvalde, Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead. He shares his anger at the frequency of these mass shootings and discusses his perspective on why nothing changes. He also goes into the hypocrisy of many right-wing politicians saying that we must “leave politics out of this.” He also discusses why the “good guys with guns” argument has again proven to not work, how arming teachers is ridiculous, and how this is more than a mental health issue. He thinks that Republicans are widening the goal post involving their defense of firearms because they know they are losing the debate. Later, Alex gives an update on Ukraine and Henry Kissinger's comments about giving Putin an offramp. He ends with some new worrying news out of Hungary. Apparently, Victor Orban has issued another state of emergency, this time it is about the War in Ukraine. In reality, he is using this emergency to rule by decree and erode more civil rights inside the country. 

ETDPODCAST
Nr. 2890 Ungarn: Orban verhängt Notstand wegen Krieg in der Ukraine

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 3:02


Weil der Krieg in der Ukraine kein Ende finde und sogar eine mögliche Bedrohung für Ungarn darstelle, hat der Ministerpräsident Viktor Orban nun den Notstand ausgerufen - nur einige Stunden, nachdem Orbans neue Regierung angetreten ist. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk
Ungarn: "Notstand" erneuert, Orban kann weiter durchregieren

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 1:10


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New Acropolis
Iconology, the Magical World of Emblems By Istvan Orban

New Acropolis

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 6:24


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Doomsday Watch with Arthur Snell

Russian dark money has infiltrated Western politics for years, leading to increased support for the Kremlin and their actions in capitals across the developed world. To discuss the how and why behind Russia's financial meddling, Iain Campbell, financial investigator and journalist, joins Arthur Snell for another War Bulletin. We're putting out irregular war bulletins covering different aspects of the Ukraine crisis. You can support our work on the crowdfunding app Patreon: doomsdaywatch.co.uk Resources to help the Ukrainian people can be found here: https://ukrainewar.carrd.co/  “Unravelling the influence of Russian money in Western societies will take many years.”  “In practical terms, Orban is doing what he can to slow down the flow of weapons from the EU to Ukraine.”  “Campaigns such as ‘No to AV' and those for Scottish Independence had links to Russia.”  “The Russians view European integration as an existential threat, they want a Europe of small nations they can dominate.” DOOMSDAY WATCH was written and presented by Arthur Snell, and produced by Robin Leeburn with Jacob Archbold. Theme tune and original music by Paul Hartnoll. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. DOOMSDAY WATCH is a Podmasters production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast
American Conservatives Drawn To Orban's Autocracy

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 18:22


The American conservative movement is heading to Victor Orban's Hungary. Why do they want to hold CPAC there? On Today's Show:Mara Liasson, NPR national political correspondent, talks about why CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, is taking place in Hungary this week, and what that says about the movement. Plus, she shares her analysis of this week's primary elections.

Hoy por Hoy
Claves del día | Eduardo Madina: 'La autonomía estratégica europea ha encontrado de nuevo en Víctor Orban un nuevo adversario'

Hoy por Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 1:28


Entre las claves del día, el debate de la energía ocupa un lugar importante. Las medidas implementadas en la electricidad y los carburantes no están sirviendo para frenar el incremento de precios. Ahora llega el momento de la subvención al gas. La Comisión Europea ha dado luz verde a la propuesta de España. Pero mientras tanto, de fondo espera lo de siempre: la enorme dificultad que tenemos para cambiar el modelo energético y el embargo al petróleo ruso. 

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Douglas Murray On Defending The West

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 109:56


Douglas Murray is a British writer and commentator, primarily for The Spectator, and his latest book is The War on the West. It’s a powerful narrative of the past couple of decades, in which a small minority waged ideological war on the underpinnings of Western civilization: reason, toleration, free speech, color-blind racial politics. You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app,” which will connect you to the Dishcast feed. For two clips of our conversation — on the seductive power of ressentiment and the case for gratitude, and on many Americans’ ignorance of history outside the US — head over to our YouTube page.My convo with Murray complements the one I had with Roosevelt Montás, the great defender of the humanities at Columbia University and beyond — his episode is now available as a full transcript.As far as last week’s episode with Bari Weiss, an addendum: she used our conversation for her own podcast, “Honestly,” and her version includes at least a half hour of conversation you won’t find in the Dishcast version — namely on the early marriage movement and my role in it. Here’s a snippet from that section:This listener liked the episode:You and Bari addressed the (increasingly popular) argument that if the illiberal left has taken the gloves off, then its opponents should do the same. I thought your response was commendable, and it reminded me of something Hitch said during a debate on free speech many years ago. He referred to the scene from A Man for All Seasons in which Sir Thomas More argues with Roper over whether a man should be arrested for breaking God’s law. It’s a marvellous exchange that I have often reflected upon in recent years:Roper: So now you'd give the Devil benefit of law!More: Yes. What would you do? Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil?Roper: I'd cut down every law in England to do that!More: Oh? And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned 'round on you, where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat? This country's planted thick with laws from coast to coast — man's laws, not God's — and if you cut them down — and you're just the man to do it — do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then? Yes, I'd give the Devil benefit of law for my own safety's sake.Someone at Reason — Peter Suderman, I think — observed last year that politics is becoming outcomes-based rather than process-based, which expresses much the same point, I think. All of which is a long-winded way of saying that I’m glad you and Bari are willing to stand up for liberalism when so many of your peers have come to view it with disdain.I love that section from A Man For All Seasons. It’s why I chose Thomas More as my confirmation saint. But it’s difficult to know the best way to stand up for liberalism when it comes to gender ideology in schools, as Bari and I discuss in this clip:Another fan of the Bari episode gets more personal:I am the mother of a trans-identifying child — now 23 years old. (I can’t give my name for fear of alienating her.) You captured the rollercoaster of emotions many parents going through this feel — the fear that she has adopted this ideology as a coping mechanism to deal with underlying mental health issues and that she will do irreparable harm to her body. And that we are politically homeless. I can’t vote for anyone who would support Trump. But Biden and his team have it wrong when they quote the lie of “better a trans son than dead daughter.” I agree with DeSantis on many aspects of the so-called “don’t say gay” bill. I don’t think it’s appropriate to discuss sexual orientation and gender ideology with young children. I also don’t think it’s appropriate to review the periodic table with them. That doesn’t mean I'm anti-chemistry. What I wish for my daughter is that she not be beholden to gender stereotypes, that she be comfortable in her own body and that she avoid a lifetime of medical intervention with life-long negative consequences (including infertility) which cannot ultimately transform her into a man. If she were anorexic, we’d have support and options to return her to health. Because her coping mechanism is trans ideology, we get no support from medical or psychiatric professionals, from schools or from most liberals.You captured all that in the podcast. Thanks for getting the word out.Another listener points to another trans story:I saw this interview with an ex-transgender woman and thought you might find it interesting:I found particularly interesting the parts where he indicates that he found a group of “activists” that encouraged him to transition when what he really needed was therapy and sobriety. It’s also interesting that young men/woman fleeing the labels and baggage of “gay” or “lesbian“ may pursue gender reassignment, rather than unwrapping their trauma and accepting themselves for who they are.I just wish all the nuances of this were better aired. Another fan of the Dish anticipated our coverage this week with a “pre-emptive email”:I wonder whether the Supreme Court leak has caused you to reconsider your stance on the culture wars and whether it was the woke who are really the big enemy here. After all, while certain elements on the far left do much damage to themselves and to their own cause, their biggest achievements seem to be about gender-neutral toilets and pronouns, while it is the reactionary right that actively tries to curtail hard-won rights such as the right to vote, or the right to legal and safe abortion. Is it only a culture war when the left does it? Even when you have admitted that both sides are guilty, there seems to be a grudging reluctance to accept that one side is significantly more dangerous than the other, or to pretend as if it was the left’s fault all along and the right was merely reacting to it. Following on from January 6th and the wave of right-wingers across the globe currently dominating our news agenda (Putin, Trump, Bolsonaro, Orban, Le Pen, et al), it seems evident that there is a radical asymmetry in the scale of the threat that each side poses. Yes, there is much on the left that deserves to be called out, but it is nothing like as dangerous or as damaging as the very real risk that our liberal democratic norms are overturned by reactionaries in the name of a kind of Theocratic Nationalism. An approach that says “A plague on both your houses” seems to me the height of fatuity. Who is the bigger threat here, Donald Trump, or Bernie Sanders? There seems to be a skewed kind of moral equivalency going on. It reminds me of those US conservatives who used to say “Yes the Tea Party is terrible and there is real racism, but Obama is just as guilty for stirring them up.” This simply will not do. From the Tories and Brexit, to Putin and Ukraine, Republicans and abortion, is it not clear that everywhere you look at the moment, it is the right — the conservative, reactionary, radical right — that poses a greater and more urgent threat to our democratic way of life? There’s a balance to be struck here — and I’m not saying it’s easy. But the way in which the far left empowers the far right and vice-versa is an important part of the toxic dynamic. I’ll just note that, when push came to shove, I voted for Biden. There is no conceivable scenario in which I would vote for a deranged wannabe-tyrant like Trump. Next up, “a looong-time reader who discovered you in the early aughts”:After a discussion this evening with my housemate I was inspired to look for your It's So Personal threads.  I don't seem to see them in the Substack, and it looks like your dish.andrewsullivan.com site is no longer active. Can you make this thread available to revisit? The whole thread is compiled here. How I framed it at the time:Perhaps the best posts of 2009 were penned by readers, and the most illuminating, gripping and emotional posts were related to late-term abortion, in the wake of the assassination of the abortion doctor George Tiller. I’ve never seen the power of this blog medium so clearly and up-close: one personal account caused a stream of others. How could old-school reporting have found all these women? How could any third-person account compete with the rawness and honesty and pain of these testimonials? It was a revelation to me about what this medium could do.Another listener looks ahead:David French just wrote the op-ed, “A conservative Christian quietly battles against right-wing hysteria,” and he would be an excellent podcast guest.”David is actually scheduled to record a Dishcast later this month, so stay tuned. Another suggestion:Hope you are weathering Covid ok and are feeling better. Suggestion: check out the staggeringly brilliant new essay by N.S. Lyons, “The World Order Reset: China’s Ukraine Catastrophe, the Rise of Trans-Atlantis, and a New Age of Power.” You’ve linked to one of his essays previously, saying it depressed you for a week. You should try to interview this mystery person. Everybody is wondering who Lyons really is. It would be a real coup for your podcast/Substack.Thanks for the suggestion. We’ve actually been in touch. You can send your own guest idea here: dish@andrewsullivan.com. Lastly, because we ran out of room this week in the main Dish for the new VFYW contest photo (otherwise the email version would get cut short), here ya go:Where do you think it’s located? Email your guess to contest@andrewsullivan.com. Please put the location — city and/or state first, then country — in the subject line. Proximity counts if no one gets the exact spot. Bonus points for fun facts and stories. The winner gets the choice of a VFYW book or two annual Dish subscriptions. If you are not a subscriber, please indicate that status in your entry and we will give you a free month subscription if we select your entry for the contest results (example here if you’re new to the contest). Happy sleuthing! Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

AP Audio Stories
Live updates | Hungary's Orban rejects EU ban on Russian oil

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 0:37


ETDPODCAST
Nr. 2713 Energiesicherheit – „Atombombe für die Wirtschaft“: Orban kritisiert Öl-Sanktionsplan der EU

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 2:30


Die EU-Kommission will die weitgehende Einstellung der russischen Öllieferungen in die EU bis Anfang nächsten Jahres. Ungarns Ministerpräsident kritisiert dieses Vorgehen und spricht von einer "Atombombe für die Wirtschaft" seines Landes. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times

Nuntii Latini
diē ūndētrīcēsimō mēnsis Aprīlis

Nuntii Latini

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 5:46


Juppiter ēlectus Populāribus Gallōrum suffrāgiīs diē Sōlis lātīs, Emmanuēl Macrō perget summum magistrātum obtinēre. Nam ē dēnīs Gallīs sex Macrōnem māluērunt, quattuor Marīnam Le Pen. Hominēs populāris opīniōnis metiendae pervestigandaeque perītī referunt Le Pen paulō plūs benevolentiae iūvenum esse consecūtam, Macrōnem vērō inter aetāte prōvectiōrēs et rude dōnātōs plūrimum pollēre. Macrō igitur prīmus est, post Jacobum Chirac, quī bis ā populō ēlectus est. Jansa victus Comitiīs in Slōvēniā habitīs, nova et viridis factiō Svōbōda sīve Lībertas dicta quadrāgintā ē nōnāgintā sellās in cūriā sibi cēpit et factiōnem Populārem, quae pollēbat, dēvīcit. Iōhannes Jansa, minister prīmārius et dux factiōnis Populāris, amīcum suum Victōrium Orban imitārī est cōnātus, sed Slōvēnī līberiōrem malunt rempūblicam quam Orban in Hungāriā obtinet. Itaque vērisimile vidētur Robertum Golob, dux Lībertātis factiōnis, fore minister prīmārius. Nec mīrum est Viridēs pollēre in Slōvēniā, cūius caput, Colōnia Iūlia Ēmōna seu Liūbliāna, fertur tōtīus Eurōpae urbs esse viridissima. Astronautae prīvātī ad tellūrem regressī Quattuor astronautae, quōs nulla rēs pūblicca sed prīvāta potius societas Axiom dicta ad omnium gentium statiōnem caeleste mīserant, diē Lūnae integrī incolumēsque ad tellūrem regressī sunt. Utrōque in itinere, tam ad statiōnem quam cælitus ad tellūrem factō, astronautae vectī sunt vehiculō Dracōne appellātō, quod fabricāta erat SpaceX, prīvāta societas quae navēs caelestēs pretīo minōre et māiōre arte parat quam sunt ulla vehicula pūblicō impēnsō facta. Dux astronautārum erat Michāēl Lopēsius-Alegria, Matritēnsis quī Americānus ante fuit astronauta quam condita erat Axiom societas. Twitter seu Pīpulī societas empta Forum sociāle, quod Twitter dīcitur, emitur ab Ēlōne Musk, tōtīus mundī homine dītissimō. Musk, mōtus cēnsōriā societātis illīus sevēritāte quā hominēs alterīus factiōnis reprimerentur, dum hominēs alterīus factiōnis prōmōverentur, dīxit sē ideō tōtum forum emere, ut libertātem dicendī tuerētur. Parag enim Agrawal, societātī præfectus, anteā dīxerat Twitter dēbēre minus dē lībertāte dīcendī, et magis dē temporibus mūtātīs cōgitāre. Temporibus mūtātīs, vērisimile vidētur Parag Agrawal exauctorātum īri. Mexicānī lithium suum sibi capiunt Senātus Mexicānōrum, ut Andrēas Manuēl Lopēsius Operātor praeses proposuerat, cēnsuit omne lithium sub terrā Mexicānā abditum esse nullīus prīvātī bonum sed commūne et pūblicum. Itaque omnēs fodīnae, quae prīvātae erant, nunc in pūblicam possessiōnem sunt trānsferendae. Sīnēnsēs enim, ut quī ad vehicula ēlectrica paranda lithium ubique quaerant, terram Mexicānam fodere voluērunt. Eurōpa petroleum ā Rūssīs emit Quamvīs multa dē commerciō inter Russōs et Ūniōnem Eurōpaeam interdīcendō propter bellum Ucraīnēnse ab Ursulā Lēiēnsī sint dicta, nihilōminus Uniper societas petroleāria Germanica concessit nummīs Russicīs, ut Russī iussissent, petroleum ā Russīs sē emptūram. Russīs enim prohibētur nē nummīs utantur Americānīs, quī inter omnēs gentēs, et praecipuē in petroleī mercātū, adhibentur, quārē Russī nunc poscunt ut aliae gentēs suīs potius nummīs mercentur, nē Americānī possint sē ā commerciō exclūdere. Polōnīs et Bulgarīs, quippe quī noluerint Russīs Russicīs solvere nummīs, nulla iam est copia petroleī emendī. Ūniō igitur Eurōpaea iam dīviditur inter gentēs Ūniōnī fidēlēs, ut Polōnōs, et gentēs Russīs dictō audientēs, ut Germānōs. Dē agrīs maritimīs In sinū Lummōrum, prope Bellinghamiam, nova societas agrōs colet sub marī. Etiamsī apud Homērum mare ἀτρύγετον appellātur, facile tamen spargitur et metitur alga, quae nunc in pretiō est in popīnīs et cūlīnīs Americānīs. Quae autem alga nunc vēnālis est, ā Californiā vel Alascā importātur; itaque novī hī agrī maritimī fōns atque orīgō erunt commerciī nostrae regiōnī propriī.

Fularsız Entellik
Orban Forever: İlliberal Prensipler ve Türkiye İçin Dersler

Fularsız Entellik

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 54:28


Orban ve Macaristan hakkındaki mini-serimizin sorununa geldik. İlk bölümümüz bir değişim ve yükseliş hikayesiydi, bir yandan da Macaristan hakkında bir arkaplan oluşturuyorduk. İkinci bölüm, bir güç konsolidasyonu hikayesiydi, bir yandan da hukuk hakkında konuşuyorduk. Bu bölüm için bir düşüş hikayesi demeyi isterdim, üçlemelerin simetrisine uygun olurdu, fakat Orban daha düşmedi, düşmeyebilir de. Ama yaşadığı birtakım tökezlemelerin hikayesini, AB ile aralarındaki düelloyu ve en sonda da Türkiye'ye uygulanabilecek dersleri konuşacağız.Duyuru: Safsatalar Ansiklopedisi Kısaltılmış Edisyon çıktı!Bölümler:(00:05) Bir hobi olarak protesto ve Internet vergisi(03:15) Bugünün özeti(04:00) İlliberal demokrasi konuşması(04:55) Fareed Zakaria: Foreign Affairs(05:50) Rekabetçi otoriteryenizm(06:25) Demokrasi Endeksi(07:05) Freedom House Özgürlük Raporu(08:25) Liberal demokrasinin üç şartı(11:35) Ulus devlet esası(11:55) Çokkültürlülüğün reddi(12:15) Geleneksel Aile(13:55) Gürman ile Demokrasilerin Geleceği Üstüne(14:40) Halk demokrasiden ne anlıyor, ne bekliyor(17:25) İç siyasette puan için kolay hedef Brüksel(19:55) 2015 Mülteci Krizi(25:05) Soros: Public Enemy No 1(26:55) AB'nin Mülteci Kampı Türkiye(27:45) CEU out, Fudan in(29:15) Stop Soros Kanunu(30:05) Çoğunluk halen AB yanlısı(30:55) Türk Konseyine üyelik(32:00) Rusların Dışişleri'ni yıllarca hacklemesi(34:10) 2019 Belediye seçimlerinde muhalefet zaferi(36:50) İlk altılı ittifak(40:05) Visegrad Dörtlüsü(42:05) Siyasi kariyerleri bir türlü ölmeyen zombiler(44:15) Öngörülemeyen değişken: Savaş(46:30) Referandum(48:00) İttifaklarda aritmetik hesabı tutmaz(50:05) Seçim zaferi sadece ilk raunddur(50:50) Macaristanın farkları(52:35) Serinin Özeti(53:30) Patreon teşekkürleri.KaynaklarMakale: Illiberal Democracy in HungaryMakale: What is going on in HungaryKPGM Macaristan büyüme raporuHaber: AB Hukukun üstünlüğü ve fon kısmaHaber: Soros komplosuRapor: Rusların Macarları hacklemesiRapor: Yeni anayasanın hukukun üstünlüğüne etkileriMakale: 2019 belediye seçimleriMakale: 2022 önseçimleri ve seçimlerSponsorlar:..Bu podcast, Decathlon hakkında reklam içerir.Decathlon Mayfest kapsamında 5 büyük şehirde gerçekleşecek olan (İstanbul, Ankara, İzmir, Bursa ve Antalya'da) ücretsiz ve sürpriz ödüllerle dolu spor etkinliklerine ev sahipliği yapıyor. Mayıs ayı boyunca atölye hizmeti veren Decathlon mağazalarında ücretsiz bisiklet check up hizmetinden yararlanabilir ve aya özel fırsat ürünlerini keşfedebilirsiniz.Decathlon Mayfest fırsatlarını detaylı incelemek için tıklayın...See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Ezra Klein Show
Putin May Not Like How He's Changed Europe

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 69:38


Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine has transformed Europe within a matter of weeks. A continent once fractured by the refugee crisis is now taking in millions of refugees. Countries such as Germany have made considerable pledges to increase military spending. The European Union said it would cut off Russian oil and gas “well before 2030” — a once unthinkable prospect. The European project seems more confident in itself than at any other time in recent history.But some European countries are also seeing trends in the opposite direction. This month in Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's nationalist government won re-election easily. The far-right leader Marine Le Pen lost this past weekend's French presidential election to the incumbent, Emmanuel Macron, but secured a significant 41.5 percent of the vote, up from 33.9 percent in 2017. And nationalist movements — Brexit in Britain, the Five Star Movement in Italy and others — have become potent political forces in recent years.So what's next for Europe? Will Putin's invasion reinvigorate the collective European project? Or will the continent revert to its preinvasion path of fracture, division and nationalism?Ivan Krastev is the chairman of the Center for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, Bulgaria and the author of numerous books, including “After Europe” and, with Stephen Holmes, “The Light That Failed: Why the West Is Losing the Fight for Democracy.” He's also one of my favorite people to talk to on the subject of Europe, liberalism, democracy and the tensions therein.We discuss how European identity went from revolving around war to being centered on economic trade, why Europe has treated the Ukrainian refugee crisis so differently from previous refugee crises, how the West's overly economic understanding of human motivation blinded it to Putin's plans, what the relative success of politicians like Le Pen and Orban means for the future of Europe, how fears of demographic change can help explain phenomena as different as Putin's invasion and Donald Trump's election, whether Putin's invasion can reawaken an exhausted European liberalism and much more.Mentioned:“The End of History?” by Francis FukuyamaThe End of History and the Last Man by Francis Fukuyama“We Are All Living in Vladimir Putin's World Now” by Ivan Krastev“The Crisis of American Power: How Europeans See Biden's America” by Ivan Krastev“The Power of the Past: How Nostalgia Shapes European Public Opinion” by Catherine E. de Vries and Isabell Hoffmann from Bertelsmann StiftungBook Recommendations:Free by Lea YpiThe Age of Unpeace by Mark LeonardTime Shelter by Georgi GospodinovThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin, Jeff Geld and Rogé Karma; fact-checking by Michelle Harris; original music by Isaac Jones; mixing by Jeff Geld; audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Our executive producer is Irene Noguchi. Special thanks to Kristin Lin and Kristina Samulewski.

New Books Network
Hélène Bienvenu, et al., "La Hongrie sous Orban" (Plein Jour, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 54:44


"Who knows the name of the Czech prime minister, the name of the head of the Romanian or even the Polish executive branches? Yet, today everyone knows the name of the Hungarian leader: Viktor Orbán. To have a leader known outside the country's borders is a first for Hungarians. Some are frustrated by this: Hungary, they say, isn't just Viktor Orbán". In La Hongrie sous Orban: Histoires de la Grande Plaine (Plein Jour, 2022), Corentin Léotard - together with Hélène Bienvenu, Thomas Laffitte, Joël Le Pavous, Jehan Paumero and Daniel Psenny - tell a series of stories about what else Hungary is but all under the shadow of Orbánism. Among these are tales of the origins and corruption of Fidesz through the eyes of disillusioned co-founder József Kardos, of the power and inconvenience of national myth-making through the hunt for archaeological evidence of the "the battle that saved civilization” in Szigetvár, and of poverty in the borderlands offset by EU transfers in a pervasive environment of euroscepticism. Hélène Bienvenu, who wrote or co-wrote six of the book's chapters, is a freelance photojournalist who has worked in Budapest since 2010 and recently relocated to Warsaw to work mostly for Le Monde. *Her own book recommendations are: Dans la tête de Viktor Orbán by Amélie Poinssot (Éditions Actes Sud, 2019), Kaddish For An Unborn Child by Imre Kertész (Vintage Classics, 2017 - translated by Tim Wilkinson) and Last Witnesses: An Oral History of the Children of World War II by Svetlana Alexievich (Random House, 2019 - translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky) Tim Gwynn Jones is an economic and political-risk analyst at Medley Advisors (a division of Energy Aspects). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Fularsız Entellik
Orban Forever: Bir Avrupa Demokrasisi Nasıl Yok Edilir

Fularsız Entellik

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 32:11


Selam Fularsızlar. İkinci Macaristan bölümüne hazır mıyız?Bir Avrupa demokrasisini birkaç yıl içinde nasıl tek adam rejimine çevirirsiniz. 2010 yılında ilk kez tek başına Macaristan'da iktidar olan Orban bunu başardı. Bunun üç adımı: Anayasayı baştan aşağı yenilemek, her alanda merkezileşmek ve seçim sistemini değiştirmekti. Konular bunlar ama daha derinde, hukukun ve demokrasinin gerçek temellerinden bahsedeceğiz. Ha, en sonda da Orban'la tanışmamı anlatıyorum. Tüm notlar ve kaynaklar aşağıda, sevgiler.Duyuru: Safsatalar Ansiklopedisi Kısaltılmış Edisyon çıktı!Bölümler:(01:35) Rehber: Anayasa mahkemesi nasıl ele geçirilir.(05:10) "Court packing" ve hukukun temeli.(12:50) Nükleer seçenek.(14:55) Merkezileşme: Hortumu kendilerine bağladılar.(19:05) Medya oligarkı ile düello.(22:10) Seçmen ithalatı.(25:30) Seçmen turizmi.(26:50) Anayasada komünizm kınaması.(28:45) Gelecek bölüm.(29:45) PS: Orban'la tanışmam.(31:20) Patreon teşekkürleri.KaynaklarWhat is court packing?Macaristanda evsizlikYolsuzluk Araştırma Merkezi raporuInside the fall of the oligarch who turned against OrbanMakale: Orbán courts voters beyond fortress HungarySponsorlar:Bu podcast, BİSU hakkında reklam içerir.BiSU; market ve su sipariş uygulaması olan, telefonunuza indirdikten sonra uygulama üzerinden kolaylıkla bölgenizdeki tüm su markalarını görebildiğiniz, pH derecelerine göre ve ücretlerine göre kıyaslayabildiğiniz su gibi uygulama. Şimdi BiSU'nun hızlı teslimat servisi de var. İndirin, ister cam ister plastik damacana su siparişiniz ve tüm içecek ihtiyaçlarınız 7 gün, 24'e kadar 30 dakikada kapınıza gelsin. BİSU'yu indirmek ve hızlı teslimat servisinden ilk siparişinizde ENTEL30 koduyla 30 TL indirimden faydalanmak için tıklayın.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Politics Theory Other
Orbanism - Europe's post-neoliberal future? w/ Dorit Geva

Politics Theory Other

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 39:42


Dorit Geva joins PTO to talk about the recent re-election victory of Viktor Orbán in Hungary and Dorit's article, 'Orban's Ordonationalism as Post-Neoliberal Hegemony' which is published in the journal Theory, Culture and Society. We discussed why Orban secured such a convincing electoral victory in spite of the opposition's highlighting of government corruption and Orban's friendly relations with Vladimir Putin. We went on to talk about the innovative character of Orban's post-neoliberal rule which involves not merely erosion of democratic norms but also the combining of certain elements of a neoliberal marketisation agenda with efforts to promote national capital at the expense of foreign corporations and the radical centralisation of state power.

Spectator Radio
The Book Club: Gideon Rachman

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 45:29


Sam's guest in this week's Book Club podcast is the FT's foreign affairs columnist Gideon Rachman. In his new book The Age of the Strongman, he takes a global look at the rise of personality-cult autocrats. He tells Sam what they have in common, what's new about this generation of strongman leaders - and why his book places Boris Johnson in a cast including Putin, Orban. Bolsonaro and Duterte.

The Argument
The Dangerous Lesson Viktor Orban Taught Republicans

The Argument

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 43:24


President Biden has described the world as being in a “battle between democracy and autocracy.” And Prime Minister Viktor Orban's recent victory in Hungary, especially, has marked it as a country in pursuit of what Orban calls an “illiberal democracy.” So what has happened to liberalism, and why is it so deeply challenged today?On today's episode of “The Argument,” Jane Coaston brings the Vox senior correspondent Zack Beauchamp and the Times Opinion columnist Bret Stephens together to debate what's gone wrong with liberalism. Both take vastly different positions on what the biggest challenge to liberalism is today and how to approach it, but they agree on one thing: Western liberalism is in danger, largely in part from what's happening abroad.“I think liberalism is under profound threat in the United States, even more so in states in Europe, and the person who is effectively the global champion of that illiberal worldview right now strikes me as Vladimir Putin,” Stephens says.In January, Beauchamp posted on Twitter: "The biggest challenge for liberalism today is the use of its own key features against it: free speech enabling the spread of authoritarian propaganda, democracy empowering illiberal leaders, markets producing an unresponsive oligarchic class."How do you think liberalism is being challenged today? We want to hear from you. Share your thoughts in the comments on The New York Times website once you've listened to the debate.Mentioned in this episode:“Europe's Other Threat to Democracy” by Zack Beauchamp on Vox“The Anti-Liberal Moment” by Zack Beauchamp on Vox“America Could Use a Liberal Party” by Bret Stephens in The New York Times“The War in Ukraine, Explained,” Part 1 and Part 2, on the “Vox Conversations” podcast with Zack Beauchamp(A full transcript of the episode will be available midday on the Times website.)

Dark Art Society Podcast
Orb- Ep. 240

Dark Art Society Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 110:09


This week I interview multidisciplinary artist Orban Isma. Orban is well known for his unique body suspension art. We talk about body suspension, dark art, NFTs, blockchain, psychedelics, magick and tons of other cool stuff! Really great dude, well spoken, articulate and easy to talk to. I really enjoyed this chat! Our sponsor: SkullShoppe.com The Dark Art Society Podcast is produced by Chet Zar. Become an Official Member of the Dark Art Society: www.patreon.com/DarkArtSociety Chet's Patreon: www.patreon.com/ChetZar The Dark Art Society Instagram: instagram.com/darkartsociety Official Dark Art Society Website: www.darkartsociety.com The Dark Art Society Podcast is now available in a variety of places, including the following platforms: SoundCloud: @darkartsociety iTunes: apple.co/2gMNUfM Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/s?fid=134626&refid=stpr Podbay: podbay.fm/show/1215146981 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrQBJayd-dfarbUOFS5m7hQ DarkArtSociety.com Copyright Chet Zar LLC 2022

The Hartmann Report
HOW THE GOP IS TURNING UP THE DIAL ON HATRED, BIGOTRY AND FEAR

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 57:36


Strongmen are winning elections, from Putin in Russia, to Orban in Hungary, to Bolsonaro in Brazil, with an anti-LGBTQ agenda: Republicans here are implementing the same strategy. Plus a Progressive National Town Hall Meeting with US Rep. Ro Khanna.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Chris Plante Show
4-5 Hour 1 - Is Voting By Mail Bad or Not?

The Chris Plante Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 37:38


In hour 1, Chris talks about a Washington Post story about Turkey's leader Orban, and how he did terrible things like allow Voting by mail.  Of course, if you oppose that in America, you're bad.  Also Biden calls Putin a War Criminal and the Post ignores it, Obama is headed back to the white house, and there's a Pots and Pans rally against the damn wars this sunday. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 5:00am-9:00am Monday-Friday. To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Turley Talks
Ep. 919 Orban CRUSHES Liberals in LANDSLIDE as Pro-Russian Forces DOMINATE Elections!!!

Turley Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 12:23


Highlights:     “Viktor Orban's Fidesz Party, which is the nationalist-populist party of Hungary, had to face a mass coalition of six liberal parties backed by Brussels. But it was not to be.”“The nation of Hungary has declared loud and clear for all the world to hear that they have embraced nationalism, populism, and traditionalism, and they want nothing to do with leftwing woke liberalism. Period!”“It is very clear that the NATO alliance against Russia is officially fractured, with the Hungarian nation making it absolutely clear they want no part in escalating this horrible conflict into Europe via NATO forces.”“President Vucic of Serbia has expressed his own and his nation's solidarity with Russia, and is maintaining a solid neutrality in the midst of a barrage of pro-war propaganda coming from Western media outlets.”Timestamps:     [02:26] Viktor Orban's stunning landslide victory in Hungary vs the 6 liberal parties[05:07] How a new nationalist patriot political party won big as well in Hungary[06:00] How this election shows Hungary's pro-neutrality forces in the war have won [07:28] On how the pro-Russian forces in Serbia prevailed in the election as well[08:32] What are the two major takeaways from all of thisResources:Support this channel. Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Ep. 916 Woke DISNEY Is About to IMPLODE!!!It's time to CHANGE AMERICA and Here's YOUR OPPORTUNITY To Do Just That! https://change.turleytalks.com/Get your own MyPillow here. Enter my code TURLEY at checkout to get a DISCOUNT: https://www.mypillow.com/turleyPatriotSwitch.comBecome a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get your first week FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts. 

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Happy Monday! Now Brace for a Recession, Guests: Charlie Hurt, London Bureau Chief Oliver Lane

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 60:15


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we begin by getting you caught up on all the news from the weekend, but especially the fallout from Pres. Joe Biden's announcement that he'll be lifting the Title 42 border restrictions that were designed to protect us from coronavirus. Even someone Democrats think this move is nuts. Also in the opening, another radical position from Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has been revealed, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (R) is running for Congress, Secretary of State Tony Blinken is hanging out with U2's Bono, Ukraine seems to have the upper hand over Russia in the ongoing war (for now), more evidence a recession may be coming, and much more. We have two guests on today's podcast - first, it's Oliver Lane, Breitbart's London Bureau Chief, who breaks down the landslide victory of Viktor Orban in the Hungarian elections that took place over the weekend. And then, fan favorite and Fox News personality and Washington Times Opinion Editor, Charlie Hurt, joins to give his take on all of the news of the day.

Marketplace All-in-One
Russia’s Foreign Minister visits India to shore up long-standing friendship

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 8:47


A meeting between Russia and India’s foreign ministers has just wrapped up in New Delhi. The BBC’s Rajini Vaidyanathan in Delhi says that top of the agenda was how India, which has remained neutral in the Ukraine conflict, can continue to pay for the oil it gets from Russia without breaking sanctions. Hungarians will go to the polls this Sunday as Prime Minister Viktor Orban seeks a record fifth term in office. The BBC’s Nick Thorpe in Budapest explains how the war in Ukraine and Orban’s relationship with Vladimir Putin have shaped this election. And last night in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo, police say they arrested more than 50 people as protesters stormed the presidential palace. The country is facing its most acute economic crisis since independence in 1948.

The Documentary Podcast
The house that Viktor built

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 27:50


The Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orban, is running for a fourth consecutive term. The election is on 3 April. But now it is taking place against the background of a war on Hungary's border, following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Mr Orban is proud of the personal relationship he has established with Vladimir Putin, and proud of what he calls the “Hungarian Model”, whereby Hungary has membership of Nato and the EU on the one hand and strong political and economic relations with Russia on the other. Russia, for example, fulfils the vast majority of Hungary's gas needs. Nick Thorpe, who has lived in Hungary since the 1980s, asks if the edifice that Mr Orban has carefully constructed over the last 12 years is now threatened by the war in Ukraine.