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Pasando guardia
EP. 78 ¿Academias de BJJ Bajo ataque en Chile? Con Jonathan Ortega

Pasando guardia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 94:03


Se están cerrando academias en Chile con una ley que nació bajo la dictadura de Pinochet. Para que el BJJ pueda ser "legalizado" piden requisitos MUY COMPLICADOS, registrarse y pagar al gobierno alumnos, profesores y academias. Nos explica mejor el profesor @j_mestre_ortega cinturón negro 3r grado y TUF Latam II. Este episodio es traído a ustedes gracias a: BODEGA BJJ. La tienda de mayor confianza y repertorio de todo México. Ya sea que necesites un gi, equipo nogi, para entrenar en casa y mucho mas, mándales mensaje a Bodega BJJ en redes sociales. SEMINARIOSS. Aprende de los mejores en español. Lleva tu juego al siguiente nivel, aprendiendo en linea de atletas como Roberto Jimenez, Sinistro, Martin Gonzalez, Jonny Tama y muchos mas. PRESION & DIAMANTES. Apparel de jiujitsu lifestyle con el slogan Perseverar bajo presión» Entra a su pagina web y encuentra también equipo nogi y mucho mas con gran estilo, alta calidad a precios razonables. KINGZ MEXICO. Una de las marcas de mayor prestigio en el mundo del jiujitsu llega a México. Ordena tu producto usando el código PASANDOGUARDIA para un descuento y un regalo. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pasandoguardia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pasandoguardia/support

30:MIN - Literatura - Ano 7
30:MIN 413 - Os fantasmas de Pinochet (com Rodrigo Casarin)

30:MIN - Literatura - Ano 7

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 54:27


Convidando Rodrigo Casarin para mais um episódio, Arthur Marchetto e Cecilia Garcia Marcon falam sobre ditaduras da América Latina, anistias, julgamentos, medos & culpas ao discutir o quadrinho "Os fantasmas de Pinochet", de Francisco Ortega e Félix Vega. Acompanhe o trabalho de Rodrigo Casarin https://www.uol.com.br/splash/colunas/pagina-cinco/ https://www.instagram.com/pagina.cinco/ https://twitter.com/rodcasarin/ CONFIRA OS TÍTULOS DO CLUBE DE LEITURA DO 30:MIN PARA 2023 CANAL DO 30:MIN NO YOUTUBE Telegram do 30:MIN Apoie o 30:MIN no PicPay Apoie o 30:MIN no Padrim --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/30min/message

Witness History
The man Pinochet wanted dead

Witness History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:02


After the 1973 military coup in Chile, Miguel Enriquez led resistance against the dictatorship. The secret police were ordered to track him down and assassinate him. His wife Carmen Castillo remembers the day in October 1974 when she was six months pregnant and the military finally caught up with one of Chile's most wanted men. Carmen tells her story to Jane Chambers. (Picture: Admiral Toribio Merino, General Augusto Pinochet and Air Force General Leigh in 1973. Credit: Getty Images)

The Nigerian Scam
16. Taking a shower with Babangida - A review of "Badamasi (Portrait of a General)"

The Nigerian Scam

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 94:00


@dvmilola joined us for our second film review, this time about an authorized biopic centered on Nigeria's wannabe Pinochet and so called "evil genius", Ibrahim Badamisi Babangida. We disagree about whether the emerging sub-genre of historically-based Nollywood films should strive to be objective, but ultimately agree that IBB is one of the greatest scam artists in Nigerian history. We watched it so that you don't have to (spoilers herein contained, obviously). So enjoy. And happy new year. And and check out our Patreon for past and future exclusives.

Alguém Viu Meus Óculos?
#PelaLente - Teatro: A Morte e a Donzela, com Victor Barreto

Alguém Viu Meus Óculos?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 56:24


"A Morte e a Donzela", de Ariel Dorfman, chega o dia 21 de maio ao Espaço Parlapatães, em SP. Escrita em 1990, “A Morte e a Donzela” ambienta-se no Chile, durante o período de transição para a democracia, logo após o fim da ditadura de Pinochet. O texto conta a história de Paulina Salas, uma ex-ativista que foi sequestrada e torturada durante o regime militar, e de Gerardo, advogado proeminente e militante dos Direitos Humanos. Eles são um casal que, alguns anos após o fim da ditadura, ainda convive com os fantasmas da tortura, das perdas e do medo. Por uma sucessão de acasos, Paulina se depara com Roberto Miranda, o homem que ela acredita ser o mais cruel de seus torturadores, dormindo em sua sala de estar. A partir deste ponto as ações e reações violentas de Paulina e Gerardo levantam questionamentos profundos sobre a elasticidade dos limites éticos em situações extremas. Hoje converso com Victor Barreto (@ovictorbarreto), ator, bailarino e produtor. Ama teatro, livros e pão na chapa com Nutella. Victor interpreta Gerardo em "A Morte e a Donzela". Ele estudou Teatro no Teatro Escola Célia Helena, cursa Interpretação na Academia Internacional do Cinema (AIC) e integra a Laia Do Teatro. Participou de diversas peças teatrais, campanhas publicitárias, videoclipes e espetáculos de dança clássica e contemporânea. Podemos destacar “Sobre Meus Sapatos”, o qual co-coreografou e foi contemplado no Edital Cultural do SESI-SP, “Mistura E Manda”, sob direção de Ciro Barcelos, e as temporadas paulista e carioca do musical Off-Broadway “Naked Boys Singing Brasil”. Twitter: https://twitter.com/manumayrink Instagram: https://instagram.com/manumayrink Canal no Telegram: https://t.me/alguemviumeusoculos Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alguemviumeuoculos/ PIX: manumayrink@gmail.com

The James Perspective
FULL EPISODE: #745 - The Morning Crew

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 133:14


The Morning Crew discusses Maricopa County; FTX; vaccines in the military; Pinochet; and inflation. 

Film Graze
043 - A Guzman is Hard to Find

Film Graze

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 52:55


For the first in an end-of-year extravaganza of episodes, we're back to discuss the work of legendary Chilean documentary filmmaker Patricio Guzman.  Active since the early '70s, Guzman started out as a chronicler of the Allende years, capturing the right-wing backlash and subsequent coup on camera before going into a decades-long exile in Europe. Since then, his films have dealt almost exclusively with the painful memory of the junta and its victims, the violent injustices of the Pinochet years and the condition of his homeland, turning away from the conventional third-cinema documentary form of his early work towards something increasingly poetic, metaphorical and personal. With Guzman's latest film, MY IMAGINARY COUNTRY, having its UK premiere at LFF 2022, and THE CORDILLERA OF DREAMS (the final part of a trilogy alongside NOSTALGIA FOR THE LIGHT and THE PEARL BUTTON) also going on general release this year, we (belatedly) take the opportunity to appraise his seminal filmography. Featuring covers of Victor Jara's El Cigarrito (Sam) and Manifesto (Emmett) Episode art by Sam.  FILMOGRAPHY The Battle of Chile (1975-79) Chile: Obstinate Memory (1997) Galaxy of Problems (2010) Nostalgia For The Light (2010) The Pearl Button (2015) The Cordillera of Dreams (2019) My Imaginary Country (2022) BIBLIOGRAPHY  Patricio Guzman, 'Politics and Documentary in People's Chile' (1977) in Cinema and social change in Latin America: conversations with filmmakers, ed. Julianne Burton (Austin, 1986). Inez Hedges, 'Obstinate Memory: Chris Marker's and Patricio Guzman's Pictures for a Revolution' in World Cinema and Cultural Memory (2015) Paula Lagos Labbé, 'Political and Affective Shifts in Contemporary Chilean Documentary' in Chilean Cinema in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Carl Fischer and Vania Barraza (Detroit, 2020) Belinda Small, 'Rethinking the Human, Rethinking the Essay Film: The Ecocritical Work of The Pearl Button' in Beyond the essay film: subjectivity, textuality, and technology, ed. Julia Vassilieva and Deane Williams (Amsterdam, 2020) Valeria Valenzuela, 'Giro subjetivo en el documental latinoamericano: De la cámara-puño al sujeto-cámara' (2011), https://www.lafuga.cl/giro-subjetivo-en-el-documental-latinoamericano/439 — Subscribe to Film Graze on your podcast app of choice, and leave us a positive rating and review if you enjoy the show. twitter.com/FilmGraze letterboxd.com/Film_Graze/ instagram.com/film.graze/ Produced by Sam Storey and Emmett Cruddas

Der Buchklub
Roberto Bolaño - Chilenisches Nachtstück

Der Buchklub

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 109:18


Timestamps: (0:00-1:00) - Intro(51:00) - Falkenallegorie(1:07:00): Kirche und Pinochet(1:21:00): María Canales Kontakt: buchklub@mail.deInstagram: @derbuchklub_Nächstes Buch wählen: https://buchklub.podbean.com/p/bucher-rating/Folgt uns:DiscordWebseiteGoodreads

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Cile: cosa ha portato al rifiuto della nuova costituzione

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 8:42


Dalle piazze piene di cileni che nel 2019 protestavano contro un paese ultraliberista e ineguale al percorso per sostituire la costituzione di Pinochet, fino al "rechazo" con cui la maggioranza dei cileni ha rifiutato la nuova costituzione. Cosa sta succedendo in Cile?

MintCast
Under Cover of War, Zelensky is Leading Ukraine's Massive Privatization Drive

MintCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 73:31


Although corporate media inundate us with stories of Russian aggression, far fewer people are aware that the Ukrainian government itself has been using the fog of war to move against certain sectors of its own population, settle scores, and attempt to revolutionize society.These attempts have been led by President Volodymyr Zelensky himself, who, in recent months, has banned more than ten political parties (including the main opposition bloc), made trade unions illegal, outlawed Russian language, music and culture, and proclaimed his country open for business to Western investors.On the latest edition of the MintCast, host Mnar Adley is joined by journalist Max Blumenthal, editor-in-chief of The Grayzone, to discuss Zelensky, the war, and the consequences for Europe.While Zelensky has been presented as a heroic figure in the West, he has also cracked down on all forms of dissent within Ukraine, even moving against religious groups he feels are not sufficiently loyal to his administration.“They are rounding up priests in Kherson as we speak, along with members of the Jewish ultra-orthodox sect, Chabad, to stayed behind in Kherson to tend to their people, when it was Russian territory, before the Russian retreat,” Blumenthal told Adley.While Ukrainian men in their millions are subject to being drafted into the military, others wait in fear of being targeted by the administration. Kill lists circulate online, while news of the latest politicians to be arrested spreads on social media.Blumenthal denounced what he described as “Pinochet-style regime of disappearances, assassinations, torture, arrests of all of Zelensky's opposition, including his most popular and prominent opponent, the leader of the Ukrainian Patriots Party, Viktor Medvedchuk.”Chile's General Pinochet, of course, used overwhelming violence as a tactic to force through economic measures to enrich his Western backers – measures that the population would not have accepted otherwise.Zelensky, too, it seems, is attempting to force through waves of privatization to revolutionize the Ukrainian economy. At the same time as jetting off to the New York Stock Exchange and proclaiming that Ukraine offers the best investment opportunity since World War Two, unions have effectively been banned across the country, and communists and labor rights activists have been jailed.Support the showMintPress News is a fiercely independent. You can support us by becoming a member on Patreon, bookmarking and whitelisting us, and by subscribing to our social media channels, including Twitch, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. Subscribe to MintCast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and SoundCloud. Also, be sure to check out the new Behind the Headlines channel on YouTube and subscribe to rapper Lowkey's new video interview/podcast series, The Watchdog.

il posto delle parole
Ilide Carmignani "Notturno cileno"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 21:43


Ilide Carmignani"Notturno cileno" di Roberto BolañoAdelphihttps://www.adelphi.it/Traduzione di Ilide Carmignani.«Ora muoio, ma ho ancora molte cose da dire. Ero in pace con me stesso. Muto e in pace. Ma all'improvviso le cose sono emerse». L'uomo che in una notte di agonia e delirio decide di ripercorrere la propria esistenza è stato un sacerdote, un membro dell'Opus Dei, e anche un poeta e un autorevole critico letterario. Ma soprattutto ha sempre badato a tenersi al riparo da ogni rischio, e per riuscirci si è piegato a molti compromessi, ha chiuso gli occhi dinanzi a molte nefandezze, si è macchiato di molte viltà. Ha accettato e svolto coscienziosamente incarichi bizzarri, come dare lezioni di marxismo a Pinochet e ai membri della sua giunta, e ha preso parte a squisite serate letterarie in una sontuosa villa, alla periferia di Santiago, nei cui sotterranei venivano torturati gli oppositori politici al regime. E adesso che le cose e i volti del suo passato gli turbinano davanti come sospinti da un soffio infernale, «si scatena la tempesta di merda».Roberto BolañoScrittore cileno (Santiago del Cile 1953 - Barcellona 2003). Messicano di adozione, ha dato vita al movimento poetico d'avanguardia infrarealista (insieme con M. S. Papasquiaro), in opposizione all'establishment letterario messicano. In seguito si è trasferito in Spagna, pubblicando diversi romanzi e raccolte di racconti tra cui Estrella distante (1996; trad. it. 1999), Llamadas telefónicas (1997; trad. it. 2000), Los detectives salvajes (1998; trad. it. 2003), Nocturno de Chile (2000; trad. it. 2003), Amuleto (1999; trad. it. 2001), Una novelita lumpen (2002; trad. it. Un romanzetto lumpen, 2013). Gli eroi picareschi tipici della sua produzione traggono spunto dalle esperienze giovanili e in particolare dalla militanza in movimenti d'avanguardia non solo letteraria, ma anche politica (nel 1973, di ritorno in Cile, è stato incarcerato perché in opposizione con il regime di A. Pinochet). La recente riscoperta dell'opera di B. ha portato alla pubblicazione postuma di diverse opere, anche in Italia: si ricordano El tercer Reich (1989; trad. it. 2010); 2666 (2004; trad. it. 2007), la raccolta di versi La universidad desconocida (2007; trad. it. 2020) e Los sinsabores del verdadero policía (2011; trad. it. 2012). Nel 2016 è stato pubblicato il romanzo inedito El espíritu de la ciencia-ficción (trad. it. 2018), scritto da B. agli inizi degli anni Ottanta, mentre è del 2018 Sepulcros de vaqueros (trad. it. 2020).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

The Vermont Conversation with David Goodman
‘Dictator Hunter' Reed Brody on his global quest to bring tyrants to justice

The Vermont Conversation with David Goodman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 53:15


International human rights lawyer Reed Brody has been dubbed the “Dictator Hunter.” He has helped pursue and bring to justice notorious dictators including Augusto Pinochet of Chile, Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier of Haiti and Yahya Jammeh of Gambia.One dictator became a special focus of Brody's global pursuit of justice. Hissène Habré was the former despot who ruled Chad from 1982 until he was deposed in 1990. Habré met with then-President Ronald Reagan and was armed and backed by the U.S. Habré, who was dubbed “Africa's Pinochet,” was accused of ordering the killing of 40,000 people and the torture of 200,000 people during his reign of terror.“The saying used to be that if you kill one person, you go to jail; if you kill 40 people, you are put in an insane asylum; but if you kill 40,000 people, you get a safe haven and a fat bank account in the country of your choosing,” Brody wrote.For 16 years, Reed Brody led a team of investigators, lawyers and victims that spanned three continents as they pursued Habré. This global hunt culminated in Habré's trial in Senegal in 2016. Habré became the first former head of state to be convicted of crimes against humanity in the courts of another country. The dictator, who had lived in seaside luxury in Senegal for 25 years, was sentenced to life in prison. Habré died of Covid-19 during his imprisonment in August 2021.Brody recounts his global quest for justice in his new book, “To Catch a Dictator: The Pursuit and Trial Of Hissène Habré.”Brody argues that the precedent of holding dictators like Habré and Pinochet to account can also be applied to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is accused of committing war crimes in Ukraine. But pursuing tyrants requires patience. “Even assuming that he's indicted for war crimes or for aggression by a special tribunal, which is being discussed, unless there's a radical change in Russia, nobody is going to come in and arrest Vladimir Putin,” Brody said. “That said, these indictments will hang over his head all his life. And we see in other cases like Cambodia and elsewhere that you may not prosecute somebody today or in 10 years, but maybe 20 years or 30 years.”Brody is critical of the double standard in international law, where human rights abuses by western leaders go unpunished. "I spent a long time documenting crimes committed against prisoners during the so called War on Terror in Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib, secret prisons," he said. "George Bush, president of the United States authorized torture. He authorized waterboarding ... There has never been accountability for that." Brody has seen the rise and fall of dictators around the world. He knows the fragility of democracy. “I am very worried about democracy in the U.S.," he said. “It's going to require all of our organizing … to preserve or at least to reconquer our institutions.”

Esteri
Esteri di martedì 29/11/2022

Esteri

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 26:25


1-Riscaldamento globale. Alle grandi industrie l' Unione Europa ha regalato 100 Miliardi di euro in permessi di inquinare. Dal rapporto del WWF. ( Chiara Vitali) 2-Spagna. A rischio la nuova legge sullo stupro “ solo si è si”. Alcuni giudici hanno stravolto la nuova norma per concedere sconti di pena ad aggressori sessuali. ( Giulio Maria Piantadosi) 3-Stati Uniti. Verso lo sciopero del trasporto merci. ( Roberto Festa) 4-Qatar 2022. c'era una volta i ribelli del calcio. Campioni che hanno messo la loro carriera e anche la loro vita in pericolo per difendere una causa. Oggi la storia di Carlos Caszely , l'attaccante della nazionale cilena che ha sfidato Pinochet. 5-Il libro del martedì. C'è un futuro per l'umanità fuori dalla Terra? di Amedeo Balbi. ( Vincenzo Mantovani)

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Bombero de Texas fue robado a sus padres biológicos durante la dictadura de Pinochet

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 19:33


SBS Spanish - SBS en español
¿Podría el Mundial de Catar 2022 impulsar cambios, tras denuncias en materia de derechos humanos en ese país?

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 13:24


Con protestas de equipos como Alemania y Australia, así como de artistas de la talla de Dua Lipa y Shakira, la comunidad internacional tiene los ojos puestos sobre Catar por las denuncias de abusos y discriminación. El experto Lucas Lixinski cree que esta puede ser una oportunidad en la que el deporte impulse un cambio, tal como ha sucedido en países como Sudáfrica con el Apartheid, o en Chile durante la dictadura de Pinochet.

Rendez-vous avec X
Eugène Berrios, le chimiste de la DINA | Ep1

Rendez-vous avec X

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 39:20


durée : 00:39:20 - Rendez-vous avec X... - Il trompait son monde, comme on dit familièrement... Joufflu, affable, presque toujours souriant. Un bon compagnon à tout coup. Et pourtant, cet homme, Eugenio Berrios, était un monstre et un assassin. L'artisan des basses oeuvres du régime de Pinochet. - réalisé par : Michèle BILLOUD

Kinótico
Manuela Martelli: “Quería hablar de las mujeres que fueron sujetos invisibles para la Historia”

Kinótico

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 9:25


Entrevistamos a la directora y a la protagonista -Aline Küppenheim- de '1976', la cinta sobre la oposión a Pinochet que ha cerrado el Festival de Cine Iberoamericano de Huelva | Más cine y series, en Kinótico

Francia hoy
La historia de los 40 años de RFI en español, episodio 2: Las radios asociadas y el proceso a Pinochet

Francia hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 14:25


El final de la década de los años 80 marcó un giro para las emisiones de Radio Francia Internacional en español. El cambio se prolongó siguiendo la evolución de las nuevas formas de hacer radio y los cambios en América Latina. Esta segunda entrega sobre los 40 años de RFI en español ofrece las claves de esa fructífera aventura. Nuevos desafíos para RFI en español: las radios asociadas Los teletipos, los aparatos de grabación Nagra que pesaban más de 10 kilos, las tijeras y los rollos de despachos pegados a la pared, o las cintas magnéticas a cortar desaparecieron casi por completo al inicio de los años 1990. En su lugar: internet, la digitalización, las computadoras, la aceleración de la información vieron el día. El interés por las ondas cortas fue muriendo. Al mismo tiempo en América Latina la situación había cambiado sustancialmente. La larga noche de las dictaduras que asolaron gran parte de la región llegó a su fin, abriendo paso a información variada. Había que adaptarse y rápido. “Fue cuando avanzamos hacia la especialización de nuestro equipo”, recuerda en esta emisión Alejandro Valente. A mediados de los años 90 se aprobó el sistema de información continua. “Las costumbres de las gentes comenzaron a cambiar”, apunta Alexandra Pineda, periodista colombiana quien más tarde sería jefa del servicio en español. Fue entonces que se decidió buscar radios asociadas para transmitir las emisiones de RFI en sus antenas. El objetivo, multiplicar “el número de emisiones diarias para que las radios asociadas tuvieran la ocasión de escoger entre los diferentes horarios los que más les interesaban para difundir en sus antenas”. Fue en 1997 cuando Alejandro Valente, recientemente nombrado jefe de servicio, viajó a Chile para hacer la primera reunión de radios asociadas. La idea era que “hubiera una ventaja mutua: nosotros ofrecíamos contenidos gratuitos y las radios locales nos permitían llegar a su audiencia”, evoca. Desarrollar esa alianza supuso no sólo escuchar los pedidos de las radios asociadas sino adaptarse al abanico de opciones que representan: públicas, privadas, universitarias, nacionales, locales. RFI en español dispone ahora de una red de más de 400 radios asociadas. Las reuniones con las radios asociadas permitieron “tener un retorno directo de nuestros primeros oyentes que son las radios asociadas”, dice Alexandra Pineda. “No solamente se interesan por el trabajo nuestro, sino que nos quieren mucho, eso es muy importante”, subraya. 1998: Pinochet y la primera 'edición especial' de RFI en español. Hacia el final de los años 90, el mundo entero se sorprendió cuando la justicia británica aceptó dar paso a una demanda del juez español Baltasar Garzón para detener al dictador chileno Augusto Pinochet, quien realizaba un viaje al Reino Unido. Corría el mes de octubre de 1998.  A partir de ese momento inició un acelerado proceso donde se mezclaron diplomacia, derechos humanos, intereses políticos, leyes, e información. Mucha información. RFI en español siguió paso a paso la evolución del caso. “En noviembre la Cámara de los Lores debía pronunciarse sobre la legalidad o no de esa detención. Ese día hicimos el primer programa especial -que fue un programa de 20 minutos- en donde hubo interlocutores de todas las corrientes. Ese fue un momento de muchísima satisfacción desde el punto de vista profesional”, recuerda Alexandra Pineda. RFI en español no podría existir sin el trabajo de nuestra red de corresponsales alrededor del mundo. De Argentina a Turquía de Estados Unidos a China, pasando por España, el Reino Unido, Cuba, Italia, India, Rusia, Irán, Canadá... su profesionalismo y conocimiento nos permiten seguir la actualidad mundial desde el lugar de los hechos.

Algo Prestado
Cate Blanchett, Pinochet, las elecciones de Estados Unidos y la Rusia de Putin

Algo Prestado

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 47:32


En este episodio Pablo Pryluka y Tamara hablan de la película Tár, una curiosa historia sobre Pinochet, las elecciones de medio término en Estados Unidos y un libro de Peter Pomerantsev sobre la televisión en tiempos de Putin.

History Behind News
S2E38: Chile's History of Polarized Politics - a timely conversation after U.S. midterm elections…

History Behind News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 65:14


Before the CIA-supported 1973 coup that placed Pinochet in power, Chile enjoyed democracy for several decades. Remarkably, after less than a decade of Pinochet's brutal repression of his people, Chileans were able to slowly introduce changes that lay the foundation for the eventual return of democracy. This is a huge national accomplishment. In this episode, Dr. Claudio Fuentes takes us through the history of Chile's polarized politics from prior to 1973 to 2022. Despite this polarization, Chile's democracy has survived. Perhaps the reason is that Chileans have experienced the alternative to democracy: Pinochet's years. As our politics become more polarized here in the U.S., we can learn quite a lot from Chile, in how fragile democracy is, in how polarization can destroy democracy. Dr. Fuentes is a professor at the School of Political Science at Diego Portales University in Chile. His academic interests focus on the study of political processes in Chile and Latin America, and in recent years on the study of the dynamics of institutional change. Among his many other recognitions, Dr. Fuentes won the award for the best doctoral thesis awarded by the American Political Science Association (APSA) and is a Luksic Fellow at Harvard University (2011). In Chile, was a member of the Presidential Anti-Corruption Advisory Council (2015). He is an associate researcher at the Center for Intercultural and Indigenous Studies (CIIR) and coordinates the Constitutional Laboratory at Diego Portales University. To learn more about Dr. Fuentes, you can visit his academic homepage. In addition, below are links to other episodes about U.S. interests, interference and even occupation of countries and nations in the Americas: S2E35: Puerto Rico, Dr. Jorge Duany S1E24: Cuba's History, Dr. Lillian Guerra S1E23: Haiti's History, Dr. Robert Fatton I hope you enjoy these episodes. Adel Host of the History Behind News podcast HIGHLIGHTS: get future episode highlights in your inbox. SUPPORT: please click here and join our other supporters in the news peeler community. Thank you.

Encyclopedia Womannica
Peacebuilders: Gladys Marín

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 6:05


Gladys Marín (1941-2005) was a powerful opponent of the Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and his oppressive regime. Despite the high stakes and dangerous nature of being such a public adversary, she knew that keeping silent wasn't an option.Women's contributions to peacekeeping efforts are often overlooked, but no more. This month on Womanica we're highlighting women who have spearheaded peacekeeping initiatives all over the world — from India to South Africa to the United States. We cover women like ​​Doria Shafik who led Egypt's female liberation movement, as well as Coretta Scott King who was a fierce advocate for equality for Black Americans and a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Tune in to hear the stories of women who were integral to creating peace in their communities. History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, Abbey Delk, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins. Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter

Conspiracy Clearinghouse
The Starfighter & the Condor (WIW 7)

Conspiracy Clearinghouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:12


EPISODE 71 | The Starfighter & the Condor (World Is Weird 7) The story of the Lockheed F-104 Starfighter starts fine, but then takes a turn into comedy, then tragedy before veering into corporate malfeasance, corruption, far-right ultranationalism, secret agents, a modern kamikaze attack, a finance giant and a bag lady, MK-ULTRA Manchurian Candidates and South American state-sponsored terror.  Because the world is weird. Like what we do? Then buy us a beer or three via our page on Buy Me a Coffee. #ConspiracyClearinghouse #sharingiscaring #donations #support #buymeacoffee You can also SUBSCRIBE to this podcast. Review us here or on IMDb! SECTIONS 02:18 - The Widowmaker - Nice plane, but... 03:32 - Bug, fixes & features 07:08 - Pay to Play - Lockheed bribes Germany 08:55 - Lockheed eyes Japan, taps ultranationalist criminal Yoshio Kodama 14:42 - I Vant to Suck Your Bank Account - Nicholas Deak (the James Bond of Money) hires a bagman, the scheme comes out 17:47 - Soft porn actor Mitsuyasu Maeno flies a plane 21:50 - Tanaka holds on, Nakasone sparks the Second Lockheed Election 23:20 - You've Got Yours! - Lois Lang shoots Deak, Kuhlmann has suspicions 25:40 - Lang's long path to NYC, Dr. Melges, SRI and MK-ULTRA 29:06 - 21 Years of the Condor - The Monroe Doctrine, the School of the Americas combats coup fever 32:11 - Pinochet starts Operation Condor, Argentina's Dirty War, assassinations & disappearances, Martín Almada & the Archives of Terror, Kissinger was a pig 37:57 - Europe considers their own Condor 38:50 - Manchurian Candidates, final thoughts Music by Fanette Ronjat MORE INFO Here's Why the Luftwaffe Dubber the Iconic F-104 Starfighter "Widow Maker" "Sale of the Century” - A reappraisal of the procurement of the F-104 Starfighter paper Lockheed's Defiance: A Right to Bribe? in Time Magazine The Rise and Spread of Japan's Black Dragon Secret Society The Murder of Empress Myeongseong of Korea Bagman in the Lockheed bribery scandal on Asia Times Story of Mitsuyasu Maeno – the Japanese porn actor who kamikazed a Yakuza don Japan rewind: 40 years since the porn star's kamikaze attack in Tokyo Lockheed Scandal 40 years on: The downfall of Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka James Bond and the killer bag lady on Salon.com Woman Accused of Shooting Deak Held Master's Degree The biggest CIA-drug money scandal you never read The CIA and the American Psychological Association: Partners in crime 200 years of Monroe Doctrine leave trail of US atrocities in Latin America Operation Condor: the cold war conspiracy that terrorised South America 30,000 People Were 'Disappeared' in Argentina's Dirty War. These Women Never Stopped Looking European spies sought lessons from dictators' brutal ‘Operation Condor' The Man Who Discovered the Archives of Terror on UNESCO Martín Almada on Right Livelihood How Paraguay's 'Archive of Terror' put Operation Condor in focus on BBC Archive of Terror document scans on Washington Research Library Consortium Digital Collections The Search for the Manchurian Candidate Manchurian Candidates on Shrine of Dreams Follow us on social for extra goodies: Facebook (including upcoming conspiracy-themed events) Twitter YouTube (extra videos on the topic, Old Time Radio shows, music playlists and more) Other Podcasts by Derek DeWitt DIGITAL SIGNAGE DONE RIGHT - Winner of a 2022 Gold Quill Award, 2022 Gold MarCom Award, 2021 AVA Digital Award Gold, 2021 Silver Davey Award, 2020 Communicator Award of Excellence, and on numerous top 10 podcast lists.  PRAGUE TIMES - A city is more than just a location - it's a kaleidoscope of history, places, people and trends. This podcast looks at Prague, in the center of Europe, from a number of perspectives, including what it is now, what is has been and where it's going. It's Prague THEN, Prague NOW, Prague LATER

Free Man Beyond the Wall
Episode 810: Reading 'Race War in High School' by Harold Saltzman Pt. 5 w/ Rose Pinochet

Free Man Beyond the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 82:15


82 Minutes PG-13 We continue our journey in which I will have several people on to read and comment on Harold Saltzman's 1972 book, Race War in High School: The ten-year destruction of Franklin K. Lane High School in Brooklyn I welcome Rose Pinochet for episode 5 Today's Sponsor-  Mises Mayors - Buck Johnson for City Council  and, THC Hemp Spot - Promo Code “Pete” for 15% off https://thchempspot.com/ref/pete  Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscribestar Pete's Venmo Pete's GabPay - @petequinones Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

Tallberg Foundation podcast
Can a Broken Democracy Fix Itself?

Tallberg Foundation podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 37:07


After the Pinochet years, Chile evolved into one of the most successful countries in the Americas in terms of the health of its democracy. All of that came to a screeching halt in 2019 when protests escalated into widespread violence. Chile was suddenly at a revolutionary moment. However, instead of a civil war, the Chileans launched an inclusive political process to write a new constitution. Fast forward to September of this year, the new constitution was overwhelmingly rejected in a national referendum. What happened and what happens next? What lessons can others learn from Chile's efforts to reimagine its democracy? Isabel Aninat, Dean of the Law School of the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, in Chile has been a keen observer of the constitution-writing process and of Chilean politics. She is fundamentally optimistic that Chilean democracy is headed in a good direction. What do you think?

História em Meia Hora

Quanto mais estudamos sobre a Ditadura no Chile, mais entendemos sobre a nossa própria Ditadura. Também entendemos que a maldade também existe em quem segue ordens cegamente. Separe trinta minutos do seu dia e aprenda com o professor Vítor Soares (@profvitorsoares) sobre a vida de Augusto Pinochet. - Se você quiser ter acesso a episódios exclusivos e quiser ajudar o História em Meia Hora a continuar de pé, clique no link: www.apoia.se/historiaemmeiahora - Compre nossas camisas, moletons e muito mais coisas com temática História na Lolja! www.lolja.com.br/creators/historia-em-meia-hora/ - PIX e contato: historiaemmeiahora@gmail.com Apresentação: Prof. Vítor Soares Roteiro: Prof. Vítor Soares e Prof. Victor Alexandre (@profvictoralexandre) Edição: Victor Portugal. REFERÊNCIAS USADAS - A Revolução Chilena. Peter Winn - Ideologia e poder no Chile: a DINA e a repressão na ditadura do general Augusto Pinochet. Clécio Ferreira Mendes - La emigración francesa en Chile (1875-1914): entre integración social y mantenimiento de la especificidad. Enrique Fernández Domingo - As dificuldades de implementação da Via Chilena ao Socialismo: análise do impacto de três propostas econômicas. Camilo Negri - A sombra do ditador: memórias políticas do Chile sob Pinochet. Heraldo Muñoz - Pinochet ganhou dinheiro com tráfico de cocaína processada pelo governo | Matéria Gazeta do Povo - Os bebês roubados na ditadura de Pinochet no Chile | Matéria BBC News - Chile: da ditadura à nova constituinte | Canal Nexo Jornal

Work Stoppage
Overtime Episode 21 PREVIEW - Weavers of Revolution Pt 1

Work Stoppage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 9:55


If you're not a patron you can get the full episode by visiting patreon.com/workstoppage and support us with $5 a month. In this new two-part Overtime series we will be discussing Peter Winn's fantastic labor history book, Weavers of Revolution: The Yarur Workers and Chile's Road to Socialism. The story of the workers at the Yarur cotton mill and their movement for worker control of the factory is rich with lessons for our struggles today.  Though the Chilean Revolution was short lived, it was full of experimentation with different forms of worker control of the means of production. In this first episode, we get into the background history of the Yarur mill and the decades of struggle by the workers there for an independent union. We discuss the different class forces in play in Chile during this period and how Allende's Popular Unity government tried to maintain a balance of these forces to allow them to advance their program of a transition to socialism. In the second part we will cover the seizure of the mill by the workers, the response from the state, and the fate of the workers' movement in the wake of Pinochet's coup. Join the discord: discord.gg/tDvmNzX  Follow the pod at instagram.com/workstoppage, @WorkStoppagePod on Twitter,  John @facebookvillain, and Lina @solidaritybee

The World Cup of World Cups
1998 France PART TWO - With Carl Jones

The World Cup of World Cups

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 67:12


The perfect goal, a Ronaldo mystery, a giant referee, Pinochet's car and classic Des all feature in the second part of our story of the 1998 World Cup in France. Joining James Cook (@jamesecook) and Paul Savage (@comedysavage) is comedian, author and Tottenham Hotspur supporter Carl Jones (@CarlDJones) Support us at ko-fi.com/worldcupofworldcups and email worldcupofworldcups@gmail.com.

Réplica
Mauricio Leandro Osorio y su libro “Búlgaros, el ejército entrenado para matar a Pinochet”

Réplica

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 30:17


En un nuevo episodio de Réplica, Daniel Mansuy conversó con el periodista Mauricio Leandro Osorio, sobre su libro “Búlgaros, el ejército entrenado para matar a Pinochet”, publicado en 2021 por la editorial Aguilar, siendo reconocido con Premio Literario 2020 del Ministerio de las Culturas en la categoría Escrituras de la Memoria inédito.

El ojo crítico
El ojo crítico - 'El cuarto mundo' de Diamela Eltit

El ojo crítico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 22:52


La chilena Diamela Eltit, que obtuvo el Premio de la FIL de Guadalajara, ha venido a España para festejar su galardón dentro de las Conversaciones Formentor. Charlamos con ella sobre 'El cuarto mundo', una novela que escribió a finales de los 80, durante la dictadura de Pinochet, y que ahora reedita Periférica. Una suerte de alegoría de su carrera, con una gestación, un nacimiento y los temas que han marcado su obra: el cuerpo, la construcción del relato o los roles de hombre y mujer en la sociedad occidental. Escuchar audio

El ojo crítico
El ojo crítico - Diamela Eltit y Champollion el joven

El ojo crítico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 53:57


La chilena Diamela Eltit, que obtuvo el Premio de la FIL de Guadalajara, ha venido a España para festejar su galardón dentro de las Conversaciones Formentor. Charlamos con ella sobre 'El cuarto mundo', una novela que escribió a finales de los 80, durante la dictadura de Pinochet, y que ahora reedita Periférica. Una suerte de alegoría de su carrera, con una gestación, un nacimiento y los temas que han marcado su obra: el cuerpo, la construcción del relato o los roles de hombre y mujer en la sociedad occidental. Con nuestro corresponsal en Francia, Antonio Delgado, celebramos los 200 años desde que Champollion descifrase la piedra de Rosetta. Miguel Ángel Delgado nos acerca a las palabras y expresiones de la ciencia, muy ligadas a la cultura, con el libro de de Miguel Alcíbar editado por Guadalmazán. Y Sonia Castelani recorre la exposición 'Como una máquina de coser en un campo de trigo', del Reina Sofía, sobre el trabajo del psiquiatra Francesc Tosquelles con la cultura. Escuchar audio

The Jesse Kelly Show
Hour 3: Tactics vs. Logistics

The Jesse Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 38:35


"Amateurs talk tactics, professionals talk logistics. weakening the military. Pinochet and the populare movement. NYT best selling author Jesse Kelly.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Free Man Beyond the Wall
Episode 793: Game Theory, Strategy and The Right to Disassociation w/ Rose Pinochet

Free Man Beyond the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 86:20


86 Minutes Strong Language Rose Pinochet joins Pete to give an overview of Game Theory applying it to a couple of situations including getting local candidates elected and building culture. They then talk about how to turn that into strategy and hit a few additional subjects. Today's Sponsor- Mises Mayors - Buck Johnson for City Council Active Articulation Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscribestar Pete's Venmo Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

Tout un monde - La 1ere
Des adoptions forcées en Suède pendant la dictature d'Antonio Pinochet

Tout un monde - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 4:41


El Desprecio de la Historia
159 - Pinochet Helicopter Tours - El Desprecio de la Historia

El Desprecio de la Historia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 57:58


¡Conoce su historia y ríe con nosotros! #ElDesprecioDeLaHistoria ¡Nuevo episodio todos los domingos a las 5pm hora centro! *Info curso Stand Up*: http://goncuriel.com/curso Síguenos en nuestras redes: Twitter: http://twitter.com/ElDesprecioHist Instagram: http://instagram.com/eldespreciodelahistoria Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/504125670149749/ GON CURIEL Twitter: http://twitter.com/GonCuriel Instagram: http://instagram.com/goncuriel Facebook: http://facebook.com/goncuriel OnlyFans: http://onlyfans.com/goncuriel DR. STERN Instagram: http://instagram.com/doctor.stern Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ricardo.sternwm Patreon: http://patreon.com/ricardostern  

Jacobin Radio
Jacobin Radio w/ Suzi Weissman: Chile Rejects New Constitution

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 67:44


Suzi talks to Pablo Abufom and Oscar Mendoza to get their analysis of the monumental defeat in Chile on Sunday, September 4, when Chileans went to the polls to approve or reject a new progressive Constitution, born in response to the massive social protest movement and revolt in October 2019. The demand that grew out of that movement was for a new Constitution to replace the reactionary Pinochet constitution imposed in a fraudulent plebiscite in 1980. A Constituent Assembly was elected, representing the most diverse sectors of the population, specifically excluding the traditional political class. Sadly it was rejected, in fact trounced. Pablo Abufom and Oscar Mendoza each analyze the scope and meaning of the ‘rechazo' or rejection, and look at what happens next.Jacobin Radio with Suzi Weissman features conversations with leading thinkers and activists, with a focus on labor, the economy, protest movements. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

DOOMED with Matt Binder
227: Chile Rejects New Progressive Constitution...What Happened? (w/ René Moncayo)

DOOMED with Matt Binder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 91:41


René Moncayo, a longtime listener and friend of the show, joins DOOMED with Matt Binder from Chile to discuss what happened that saw the country's new progressive constitution take a loss at the ballot box, the right wing campaign against the new constitution, the failures of President Gabriel Boric, Pinochet's constitution and the history behind it, the generational divide in the country, the U.S.'s role, and much more! Plus on the patron half of the show: your questions, comments, chats, phone calls, and more! (Episode from the 9/6/22 livestream show.) Support the show: http://www.patreon.com/mattbinder

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
A 49 años del golpe de Pinochet la comunidad chilena en Australia considera que “la herida sigue abierta”

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 9:11


En una reunión que varios chilenos residentes en Sídney organizaron para conmemorar lo que llaman “el oscuro episodio” de la historia de su país, los asistentes refrendaron su demanda de que Australia revele los detalles de su participación en el golpe de Estado de 1973.

The Farm Podcast Mach II
The Mysteries of Human Sacrifice Part I w/ Stephanie Quick & Recluse

The Farm Podcast Mach II

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 67:30


human sacrifice, The Highest Altars, Patrick Tierney, anthropology, developments in anthropology, weaponization of anthropology, Dirty Wars, Pinochet, human sacrifice in the Judea-Christian tradition, Cain, the bloodlines of Cain, moral panic, blood libel, Satanic panicMusic: Keith Allen Dennishttps://keithallendennis.bandcamp.com/ Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

theAnalysis.news
Chile’s Devastating Vote

theAnalysis.news

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 42:25


The overwhelming rejection of Chile's newly drafted constitution represents a devastating blow to the efforts to overcome the legacy of the Pinochet dictatorship, says Chilean political analyst and SUNY Binghamton professor René Rojas.

PUSHBACK talks
The First Step: Chile's Journey to a New Constitution

PUSHBACK talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 46:26


The seasons are changing and the Filmmaker and the Advocate are back for season 5 of Pushback Talks! In 2020, amidst substantial social unrest, the people of Chile demanded a new constitution - the first since the Pinochet dictatorship in the 1980s. Now, two years later, division over the content of the new text led to it being rejected by 62% of voters.Magdalena Sepulveda, Chilean human rights lawyer and the former UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty (2008-2014), talks about the writing of Chile's constitution by the common people, the impact of misinformation and business interests on the outcome of the vote, and the lessons learned from the rejection of the new constitution.Support the show

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2919 - Jackson Water Crisis; Chile Constitution Reform Fails w/ John Bartlett & Nsombi Lambright

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 90:28


Sam and Emma host journalist John Bartlett to discuss the recent constitutional referendum in Chile. Then, they are joined by Nsombi Lambright, executive director of OneVoiceMS, to discuss the recent water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi's capital city. They begin by diving into updates on the Mar-a-Lago raid, the Seattle teacher strike, Texas and South Carolina abortion bans, a Texas judge deciding requiring HIV medical care is unconstitutional, and the state of climate catastrophe that we find ourselves in, before watching Jackson Hinkle and Tucker Carlson explore the Jews behind the Nazis behind Joe Biden's fascist lighting. John Bartlett joins, diving right into the results of Chile's constitutional referendum, with the constitution – a rewrite of the binding legislation of Pinochet's dictatorial regime – failing by a wide margin, before jumping back to Pinochet's coup that supplied the first failing constitution, walking through the hyper-privatization and rejection of indigenous communities that framed this quintessential neoliberal shock doctrine document. Next, he, Emma, and Sam walk through the recent social uprising that lead to the rewriting of the document, starting in 2019 after protests saw overwhelming support among Chileans for a new constitutional convention, and slowly developing over the last three years. Bartlett then dives into what elements led this new, rather progressive constitution to fail, parsing through the social welfare policies and emphasis on gender parity and indigenous rights, before exploring the greater systemic changes in their legislative and judicial wings. Wrapping up, they cover the overarching theme of mis- and disinformation around the constitutional campaign and explore the role of industry (particularly the already privatized variety) in the pushback. Then, Nsombi Lambright joins in the wake of a meeting with the federal EPA, jumping right into where the federal government is at with intervening in the Jackson, Mississippi water crisis, before situating where the city is at, having recently gotten running water back but still lacking potability. Lambright, Sam, and Emma then explore the lasting impact of the austerity measures of the Reagan era on Jackson, looking at the mass disinvestment from public infrastructure combined with white-flight seeing business and recreation vanishing from the city, leaving it to slowly disintegrate over the last three decades, with the city only able to slap the occasional bandage on it. They conclude the interview by exploring what Jackson is trying to do right now, as the Mississippi governor attempts to set up his own shock-doctrine implementation of privatized infrastructure, and what those outside of Mississippi can do to help. And in the Fun Half: Ronald Raygun has a quick check-in with a certain commenter in defense of John from San Antonio before Anarcho-Capitalist Mike from Liberty 412 calls in as he debates with Sam and Emma on all things libertarian, walking through the absurdity of private courts, presuming a constant non-aggression principle, and much more. They also touch on Donald Trump's (former) lawyer Alina Habba and Trump's “invisible” documents, and reflect on the industry-shifting debut of the  E-S-V-N podcast. Check out OneVoiceMS here: http://onevoicems.org/ Find ways to help out Jackson Mississippi here: https://formississippi.org/ways-to-help-jackson-water-crisis/ Check out John's work here: https://www.bartlettj.com/ Check out John's podcast here: https://www.miradaspodcast.com/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Check out ESVN's YouTube channel here! https://www.youtube.com/c/ESVNShow Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: Aura: Protect yourself from America's fastest-growing crime. Try Aura for 14 days for free: https://aura.com/majority Immi Ramen: Go to https://thld.co/immi_majorityreport_0922 and use code majorityreport at checkout to save $5 on your order. 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Countdown with Keith Olbermann
EPISODE 26: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN 9.6.22

Countdown with Keith Olbermann

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 47:37


ARREST TRUMP WHILE WE STILL CAN A BLOCK (1:48) SPECIAL COMMENT: After the Rubber Stamp Judge he appointed has fabricated law to protect him from justice, Trump has again demanded that "they" overthrow the duly-elected government of the United States - 20 MONTHS TO THE DAY SINCE JANUARY 6TH (3:06) Arrest him NOW while we still can and before he sells the secrets he stole (4:39) Since we know he does not care if the next coup is violent or not, we must stop him NOW (6:05) "Judge" Cannon listened to Trump's "swirling allegation of bias" and used them as an excuse to issue a lawless ruling (8:55) We must act as if we had been invaded by a foreign nation with allies inside this country (9:05) There are six steps that can be taken: including impeaching Cannon, declaring the Federalist Society factory of treason as what it is: a Terrorist organization, search for more stolen documents at Bedminster and Trump Tower, double the number of 1/6 Committee hearings, have President Biden again give his Philadelphia speech (only this time with the gloves off) and ARREST. TRUMP. NOW. WHILE. WE. STILL. CAN. B BLOCK (19:36) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: Rufio (21:02) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: Trump's rally proves everything Biden said was true, and then some, plus the British have made a lookalike for Evil Tweety Bird their new Prime Minister (24:13) IN SPORTS: Nadal loses, Seal is there (under the name Seal Seal), Judge is poised to break Maris's record, the Oakland couple is sought, and Final Jeopardy is a sports question (28:45) WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: Brianna Kellar, Jonathan Truly and Kristina "F it, I'll kill us all" Karamo vie for the honors. C BLOCK (33:30) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: First the Republicans ran a 9/11 Snuff Film unannounced - on MSNBC - and I apologized to our viewers. Then the Republicans told Tom Brokaw: if you don't get Olbermann fired, McCain won't show up to the Presidential Debate YOU are moderating. It all goes down hill from there, and the end result was: I got $22,000,000. Thanks Tom! Oh and ARREST. TRUMP. NOW. WHILE. WE. STILL. CAN.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Un jour dans le monde
Chili : coup d'arrêt à la constitution ?

Un jour dans le monde

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 41:47


durée : 00:41:47 - Un jour dans le monde - par : Marie Claude PINSON - Ce soir direction le Chili pour essayer de comprendre l'échec assez cuisant du referendum sur la nouvelle constitution. 62% des électeurs ont dit non dimanche 4 septembre au texte qui devait remplacer celui hérité de la dictature de Pinochet - réalisé par : Tristan Gratalon, Nathalie POITEVIN

Du grain à moudre
Le non à la Constitution au Chili relance-t-il le processus démocratique ?

Du grain à moudre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 38:18


durée : 00:38:18 - Le Temps du débat - par : Emmanuel Laurentin - 62 % des Chiliens ont rejeté, ce 4 septembre 2022, le projet de nouvelle constitution qui devait remplacer celle héritée de la dictature Pinochet. Progressiste, le texte a fortement divisé la population. Dans ce contexte, le processus démocratique chilien peut-il encore aboutir ? - invités : Patricio GUZMAN Cinéaste; Carolina Cerda-Guzman maître de conférences en droit public à Bordeaux

Aristegui
Este domingo nuevo texto de la Constitución se pondrá a votación

Aristegui

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 20:48


Este domingo, los chilenos decidirán si ratifican o no la nueva Constitución que busca reemplazar la carta magna actual, promulgada en 1980 durante la dictadura de Pinochet. En el nuevo programa de Aristegui, analizan este paso importante en la vida política de Chile.Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

Les Nuits de France Culture
Nuit - Chili : oublier Pinochet ? Présentation

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 5:50


durée : 00:05:50 - Les Nuits de France Culture - Retour en archives sur l'histoire politique du Chili à l'occasion du référendum pour la nouvelle constitution fixé le 4 septembre 2022. Quel héritage le régime militaire a-t-il laissé dans les institutions et le système économique du pays ? Une sélection d'archives proposée par Antoine Dhulster.

UCLA Housing Voice
Ep 32: Chile's “Enabling Markets” Policy with Diego Gil

UCLA Housing Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 63:30 Transcription Available


Starting in the 1970s, the Pinochet dictatorship overhauled its housing policies in an effort “to transform Chile from a nation of proletarios (proletarians) to one of propietarios (property owners).” To achieve that goal, and others, Chile adopted what the World Bank would later call an “enabling markets” policy — an approach that reduced the role of government in housing provision and delegated more authority to the private sector. These reforms had far-reaching consequences, not only within Chile but beyond its borders as other nations followed its lead. Diego Gil joins us to share the history of the enabling markets approach and its impacts, both positive and negative. On the one hand, the reforms led to an impressive expansion of the formal housing sector. On the other hand, homes for low-income households were often built in poorly located, inaccessible areas. We explore the difficult task of balancing government regulation and market efficiency, the need for policies that address housing supply and housing demand, and Gil's proposed alternative to the enabling markets policy.

Cinco continentes
Cinco continentes - Cuenta atrás para el referéndum constitucional en Chile

Cinco continentes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 47:33


Los chilenos deberán votar si aprueban o no la nueva Constitución que enterrará la Carta Magna vigente desde la época de Pinochet el 4 de septiembre. No está claro que tenga un apoyo mayoritario, hoy hablaremos con Fernando Atria, quien ha sido miembro de la Convención y ha redactado ese borrador que será sometido a referéndum. Antes de ello nos detenemos en Ucrania para conocer las últimas informaciones sobre el conflicto y miramos a Estados Unidos donde se celebran las primarias de los republicanos en Wyoming y en Alaska. También hablamos del debate que se desarrolla en Naciones Unidas en Nueva York para lograr un acuerdo sobre los oceános. Escuchar audio

Jacobin Radio
Jacobin Show: Chile's Resurgent Left w/ René Rojas

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 101:22


Cale, filling in for Jen, speaks with Ben Burgis about how the left should navigate periods of defeat. Benjamin Fogel interviews René Rojas, author of a recent piece for Catalyst, "Chile's Resurgent Left," about social-democratic politics in Chile in the post-Pinochet period and especially since the 2019 uprising.The Jacobin Show is a weekly YouTube show offering socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism, and the prospects of rebuilding a left labor movement in the US. This is the podcast version of the episode from July 20, 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Democracy Now! Audio
Democracy Now! 2022-05-19 Thursday

Democracy Now! Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 59:00


Nina Khrushcheva on Russia’s war in Ukraine; Gun control advocates say stricter rules may have prevented the Buffalo shooter’s killing spree; Chileans rewrite their country’s Pinochet-era constitution. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe