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March 3rd, 2022 • 3h 26m

1430: Banks not Tanks

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She is stoned. Adam curry Jhansi divorce March 3 2022. This is
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your award winning get my nation media assassination episode
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1430. This is no agenda
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canceling Russia and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region number six in the
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morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry Han from Northern Silicon
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Valley. We're all the farmers one that builds back butter. I'm
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John C. Dvorak.
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Why do I have to alert Jeff Smith that we need a new jingle?
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The build back butter? What's with the build back butter?
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Just something I've made up. Oh, so they don't actually want to
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build back butter. They just want to use it's fake news. He
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has actually right we don't have that many farmers either. To be
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honest about it got me all excited used to we used to have
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avocado farmers who got a little hurt so much. We used to have
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every sort of farmer in the Bay Area, especially Santa Clara
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Valley, and also Livermore Valley net elsewhere. And they
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all been say they decided houses are a better idea. Huh? Cat
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track homes? tract homes, tract homes. What is a tract home?
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Exactly? I know what they look like. But why is it called a
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tract home? Because they're put together in one giant tract? Oh.
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somebody buys up a bunch of property. And then they build a
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bunch of homes. Maybe they they usually do it with about five
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different models of homes that looked more or liked each other,
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but not quite Yeah. And you go to you go to the home, the
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models, you go to the models you go, my parents used to do this
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to go in and you look at this model, and they look at that
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model. And the other ones are pretty much the same is that the
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kitchen is over to the left and one is over to the right on the
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other. One house would be three bedrooms. One will be four,
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right? I know exactly what that looks like boxes and
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boxes each have the floor plans you have. Then you do a gate you
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do a gate surrounded then you've got a community.
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Well, if you put the gate around, it's a high end
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community. Most of them never put gates around ever. So
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tracks Yeah. Big tracks. So I traveled a bit.
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Monday. No, it was it. Monday, Tuesday. I went to Dallas Monday
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in the afternoon. And then came back Wednesday. Yeah, I went to
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do the Glenn Beck show. When we When did you do it on Tuesday?
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This I tried to listen to it, but Oh, no, no, no, it's no no,
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he does. He has the I thought it was on the live radio show. No,
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he has a podcast video, which is also on the blaze TV. And that
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that's the one where he has the two white microphones hanging
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from the ceiling. You've seen that? I'm sure. Yes, of course.
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Okay. So with Brandon Mike is that yeah, I apologize. I know
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it had his logo on it. So it was whatever it was it wasn't the
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original
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outside it had you know it was I think it was made white and it
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had his logo everything there has dude, this guy has problems
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we don't have.
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He has the largest studio complex I've been in in decades.
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I mean, it's huge buildings John huge. With multiple studios and
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people running around. Must think there was 40 people who
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work there. Oh my god. Yeah. This way. He said right off the
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bat. You guys are smart.
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These don't really want this. I guess I Blaze TV is working
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really well with a million subscribers at 100 bucks a year.
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He has a million subscribers at 100 bucks a year. Yes, sir.
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Exactly.
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How about that? I know that's good money.
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And by the way, I gotta say I've never met him before. I like
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him. Seems like a really nice guy. Yeah. Which just seems like
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it
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seems like a nice guy. Which is odd because when I think the
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producer the executive producer tweeted that I was there with
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with him with some pictures from the set. And immediately I get
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all these hate tweets. Well why are you Why even talking to that
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guy is horrible hate hate tweets? Yes. Hate tweets. That's
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a new thing. That's not a new thing is for me.
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Hate tweets. Because and here's here's how it goes. Glenn Beck
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single handedly hijacked and subverted the Tea Party and
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threw Ron Paul under the bus. There is elements of that. So
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what happened? I don't know anything about this story? Well,
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the original Tea Party in which we had a few members in the
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early days of this show, and they they gave up on us
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including some
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knights in New Mexico
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was pretty much a grassroots organization run by, you know,
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it was very grassroots I remember and then it was it was
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co opted by three or four different groups including a
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bunch of Republicans up in, in the Northeast. And it was just
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pretty, it was decimated because of this and Glenn Beck was seen
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as one of the people who kind of used it to, you know, get
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publicity for himself and his operation and
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bid partly responsible for its relative demise. I mean, I think
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it's still in business as a, as a drinking club, it did kind of
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go away very quickly and did seem like overnight, it was one
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of the they were naive. They were not they were not the
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political parties of the left now, you know, have been trained
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by communists
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to our professional Marxists who know what they're doing
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fictional marches, like BLM folk. And so they were easily co
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opted by shiny objects. Hmm. Well, I had a really good time,
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I have to say, and we did like an hour and a half and then
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talked about, you know, all look, big name check for you.
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Plug the show. That's all he needs to know was great.
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I care about budgeting, but you're like this part. Next
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door. He has a similar sized building. And it is his quote
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unquote Museum, which is not a museum is open to the public
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that it was another smaller studio, like those restaurants
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have the smaller version of the restaurant. No, this was
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outrageous. He has a museum now I'm pretty sure this is a tax
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strategy. I'm not quite sure how it works. Hello. Looks like
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you're bringing in $100 million dollars in subscriptions for
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this. And then you have to manage the 100 Oh my god. Yeah.
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i This is why he said that you guys are doing this. You're
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smarter than me. Oh, he's got to be smarter to manage $100
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million worth of machinery but okay. And he has curators, he's
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really smart, young kids. And John, he's got movie
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paraphernalia, you know, he's Cristofori Superman suit. Oh,
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here's the original art to DTO. Here's the second version of SQL
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has collected a bunch of that's No, no, no wait. And here is a
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piece of Abraham Lincoln's cuff from his jacket when he was
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assassinated in the theater and it has the bloodstains on it.
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And here's Abraham Lincoln's doorknob, go ahead, give it a
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turn. And here's George Washington's compass and feel
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rub this right here. That's where I think George Washington
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was rubbing and rubbed a lot of the of the metal of war down.
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Here's what we believe is the first or second electric chair.
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Here's one of the original friends guillotines, here's
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Roosevelt's wheelchair. I might I'm going back that,
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oh, here's Mary, Mary Todd Lincoln's dress when she buried
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to Abraham Lincoln. Okay. I mean, it was on his original
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Nazi writings about this. I mean, it just, it was mind
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boggling. And I think we saw 1% 40 Has
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that he's like, so. So he's gotten enough cash flow
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that he can put, you know, put together a museum and a
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valuables value. It was all collectibles, collectibles,
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they're like Beanie Babies. Interesting way of doing
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business. If you I mean, this is like a nightmare. This to be
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a hoarder to begin with.
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Several times I thought of you cash flow several times. I
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thought if you've only John had $100 million that he would do
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this.
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He would I would and that's what it's frightening. I wouldn't I
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glad. I mean, I don't need the world's first electric chair.
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And, you know, I don't need to ownership. I'm like, can I sit
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on it? Can I sit in it? Can I sit in it? Please? Can I sit in
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it?
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Anyway, oh yeah. And there's one other thing I now know what Leo
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Laporte wants. He wants to be Glenn Beck the whole outfit.
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He's got the glass office with all the paraphernalia he's got.
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The one Studios is a huge studio with multiple sets. It's
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outrageous. Yeah, well,
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it sounds outrageous. It sounds like he's putting a lot of money
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into it. And he has it. But how do the employees like it because
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he's gone through so many women for example, like,
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again, stuff. I had no idea that happened. I know. I saw on
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Wikipedia that they fired like 40 people or something back in
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2018. I think
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something weird like that. You know, I think he's probably I
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didn't meet him. You did, but I'm guessing he's one of those
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really nice guys that had maybe has a temper. Well, I didn't see
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that. He glides through the
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Place, the employee seem to love him. I had a nice chat. I had a
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nice chat. He had a temper. He did really love him.
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I had a really nice chat. It'll be on the blaze TV on Thursday,
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and then the podcast comes out publicly on Saturday. Okay, but
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by then, you know, everything I said, could it be could be
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irrelevant, you know, maybe Ukraine is blown up by ESG.
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That's going around? No, it was a lot about ESG. Yes, for sure.
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That's not going to be relevant for the next five years. Put
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down the Evergreen pop up for the rest of our lives. It's that
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thing is a plague.
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All right.
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Before we talk about what I think is the obvious hit pick of
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the news rundown, which would be Russia, Russia, Russia, Ukraine.
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I found an old clip from our buddy who unfortunately is no
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longer with us Professor Stephen Cohen, who we used to turn to on
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the show whenever there was some Russian issue.
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Anything you want to say about the good professor? No. But if
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you're going to start with him, then I'm going to go to my bonus
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clips right away because this is the new Stephen Cohen as far as
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we can fool. We can be assumed Okay, so the Cohen dies, she
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What was it five years ago? Maybe? No, it was that long ago.
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At least three, it's got to be more than that.
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And we liked him a lot. And he's married to a super lefty woman.
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Yes, she runs the nation. The magazine, she runs the Nation
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Magazine, these things she killed him ultimately.
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Because he had a very different narrative than the nation and
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NATO expansion is not over for the Russians. It's a reality.
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NATO sitting on its borders is not about future. NATO
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expansion. It's about current
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NATO expansion represents the following to Russia. And on the
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near this, I will end it represents a profoundly broken
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promise to Russia, made by the first Bush that in return for
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united Germany in NATO. NATO would not expand each word this
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is this is beyond any dispute. People say well, they never
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signed a treaty, but a deal's a deal. The United States gives us
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word unless we're shysters.
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Don't get it writing will cheat you. We broke our word. And when
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both Putin and Madana say publicly to Madeleine Albright
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and others, we Russia feel deceived and betrayed. That's
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what they're talking about.
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So NATO represents on the part of Russia, a lack of trust. You
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break your words to us? What can to what extent can we trust you?
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Secondly, it represents military encirclement. If you look, if
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you sit in the Kremlin, and you look out at where NATO is and
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where they want to go. It's everywhere. It's everywhere, on
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Russia's borders. There you go. That's the genesis of what's
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going on here. And of course, we've talked about this, it was
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James Baker, who made the deal working for George HW Bush, and
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it was a handshake, and they thought that was good. But we
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pull the, you know, the nature of our government by switching
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hands so many times. So what so we could say that but yourself
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being self made you comb through the health, because the State
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Department and the President and the elites are all saying Putin
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wants to take over he wants to go back to the old days, the old
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Soviet Union. That's why this is happening. In case you didn't
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know. But really, they want to expand NATO. So they're accusing
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him of what they really want. Yeah.
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And exactly right. I love those Dutch phrases.
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died in 2020. It seems like it was much longer. 2020
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Yeah, that was pretty recent.
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It was during the Trump era when he but he got
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blacklisted like a lot of these other people. Yeah, I think I
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think I was confused with crowd Heimer crowd hammer. I like that
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guy. He died a while ago. Yeah, he was kind of he was a deal
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con. I didn't like him at all. So
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dance on the grave man. Gee, people should look up Douglas
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McGregor retired colonel. I've seen him on on Fox all the time.
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He's on visa. He shows up on Tucker quite a bit. He is it
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comes on Fox. Well, the what he has to say about this. They're
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kind of pushing him off. Because I don't think he's going to get
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back on Fox in the mainstream for a while. Oh, did he go
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against the military industrial complex? Oh, yeah. Oh, no. Oh,
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Doug.
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Davis McGregor. People should read read his wiki page.
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Everyone should read his wiki page and you're going to read a
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hair raising story. Now this guy came out of VMI and ended up
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getting a PhD. As a as an Army guy had a PhD in International
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Studies. Looks like a
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First I thought well maybe CIA but no no military intelligence
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of some sort. He runs an A in Reston, Virginia. He runs a
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consulting firm quotes. Consulting dad is pretty much
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like if you saw the show Rubicon is one of those operations.
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Yeah. Can we hire him if we need some? Some Intel? We probably
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could, but I don't think
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we know Glenn Beck man. So he comes on of all shows the one
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once a week show to Trey Gowdy show. Oh, and that guy, I find
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out credibly annoying. Trade guy. Gowdy Trey Gowdy is a saber
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Rattler, he brings all these people on to talk about we
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should maybe we should seriously think about bombing and bombing
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Russia. So he has a bunch of these people on So somehow,
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somebody with a sense of humor at Fox decided to slide Doug
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McGregor, who by the who seems to be by the way, also a
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military genius. If you read his wiki page again, I recommend it
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because it's a good read. He comes on and he's and he kind of
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tells it like it is to the extent that Trey Gowdy has
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normally put the only time he interjects he interjects wrong
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because he's been misunderstand something. I don't know what we
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have. We actually have a short clip of Trey Gowdy here, bomb
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them, bomb them.
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Again, yes, when you get that you run it through a voice
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change. Yes, exactly.
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So so he comes in like gangbusters and just tells it
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like it is like a two different for part one and part two. And
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Gaudi is flat footed, doesn't know what to say. And he's glad
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to get him off to shock him off the route Rouse. This is a
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classic heroes, Colonel Doug McGregor, a former Senior
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Adviser to the Secretary of Defense. Thank you for joining
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us. Why do you think Putin is doing this? What is his endgame?
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Well, Vladimir Putin is carrying through on something that he's
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been warning us about, at least for the last 15 years, which is
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that he will not tolerate US forces or their missiles on his
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borders, much as we would not tolerate Russian troops and
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missiles in Cuba. And we ignored him and he finally acted, he was
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not going to allow Ukraine under any circumstances to join NATO.
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What's happened now is that the battle in eastern Ukraine is
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really almost over, all the Ukrainian troops there have been
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largely surrounded and cut off, you have a concentration down in
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the southeast of 30 to 40,000 of them. And if they don't
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surrender within the next 24 hours, I suspect that the
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Russians will ultimately annihilate them. That's why
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Solinsky is meeting with Putin representatives right now. The
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game is over. And he's going to have to negotiate the best deal
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he can get. And we've already told him, the President of the
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United States says that if he opts for neutrality for Ukraine,
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we'll back him. And I think that Vladimir Putin will do that for
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Western Ukraine. That is Ukraine beyond the the upper river, but
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behind it in the east where he is now I'm not sure what He has
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planned there, whether he forms another Republic. And next is it
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into Russia, because historically it has been
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Russian. But the territory west of Ukraine is not he knows that.
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And he's happy to live with that as a neutral state.
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I am not a military expert. I'm not even an expert on geography.
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But if he takes Ukraine and Ukraine abuts Poland, then he's
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going to have a NATO country, a budding him. So if that's what
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he doesn't want, then isn't he gonna just have to keep going
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until he runs out of NATO countries?
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I guess I should say it again. He has no interest in crossing
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the West, the damper and hitting west of the Polish border. I
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think you're gonna find from these negotiations, he's quite
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willing to neutralize that territory on the Austrian or the
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Finnish model. Right now, Russia already touches Estonia and part
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of Latvia. White Russia, of course touches Lithuania. He's
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not interested in going to war with us and he has an army
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that's too small for that purpose. What No, no, no, no,
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no, no, no new Do you haven't gotten kicked off and they
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hauled him off? Well, they haul him off. It's just they got the
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hook right there. He heard that whole thing that NEPA river the
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one he's talking about is which cuts the country in half. Gowdy
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was paying no he did he was like he was so befuddled that he says
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wavy takes up no he doesn't want Western you know what it was
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expelled dummy what he was expecting was Putin bad putting
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bad Oh, human tragedy. Oh, human. Oh, it's horrible. Oh my
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goodness. That's what he tries to get this guy back on track.
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Oh, he did his way of thinking and of course he's not gonna
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budge. No. And so here we go with the real kicker. That just
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like is done
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This is not getting out past. He's not he might be able to
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sneak on the Tucker show with this May because Tucker seems to
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be pretty into the what the way this guy thinks. But Gowdy was
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not having it didn't affect this pathetic, but I got clip after
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clip of the Republicans being worse, it's like the year before
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January, speak, you can't even speak right now, except for
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Trump was the only anti war Republican they've seen in this
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party for 50 years. These guys are horrible. But let's play the
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rest of this. Let's play Doug McGregor out. So this is not
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something that he's looking for. We are imputing to him things
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that he does not want to do. In our usual effort to demonize him
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and his country. We need to remember that Ukraine is fourth
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from the bottom of 158 countries in the world, as corrupt Russia
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is perhaps three or four places above them. This is not the
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liberal democracy, the shining example that everyone says, Oh,
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no. Mr. Solinsky is jailed journalists and his political
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opposition. I think we need to stay out of it. The American
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people think we should stay out of it. The Europeans think we
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should stay out of it. And we should stop shipping weapons and
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encouraging Ukrainians to die in what is a hopeless endeavor.
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So what you say say out of that you may no sanctions, no
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military aid, just let Russia take the portion of Ukraine they
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want to take?
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Yes, absolutely. I see no reason why we should fight with the
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Russians over something that they have been talking about for
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years. We simply chose to ignore it. And more important, the
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population there is indistinguishable from their
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own. You know, the thing that's so disturbing is that on the one
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hand, we will not send our forces to fight. But we are
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urging Ukrainians to die pointlessly in a fight they
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can't win. We're going to create a far worse humanitarian
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disaster than anything you've seen thus far. If it doesn't
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stop. Thank you for joining us.
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Net now, you won't even get on Tucker. No way. That was
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everything about that was not the narrative. And I love that
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he said we need to stop shipping weapons. Because his point is,
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is as solid he says we're just shipping weapons to them so they
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can kill each other this morning. More American made
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weaponry is arriving on the battlefields of Ukraine. A
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source says the US has now delivered hundreds of stinger
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anti aircraft missiles to Ukrainian forces, as the Russian
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invasion escalates.
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In the capital, Kiev, a night of heavy bombardment suborder into
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Poland. As soon as I'm talking to you, you can hear what's
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happening in the city, ABC. Ian panel was on the air when an
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explosion lit up the sky. So it was a large flashover in the
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distance. It's incredibly foggy night you can only see probably
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about 50 to 100 yards many others are now hunkered in their
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basements tonight, listening to that sound. And frankly, it's
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terrifying. Please note once again, this is ABC with a
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British voice reporting videos posted on social media show a
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missile destroying this brewery, and this massive explosion was
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seen at a Ukrainian airbase near Kharkiv. And ammunition depot
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apparently hit now Russia has reportedly taken the key port
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city of kurtsan, the first big city in Ukraine to fall into
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enemy hands. New satellite images reveal some of the
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destruction or what happened to Chernobyl didn't Chernobyl fall
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or that's not considered a big city. I guess that's the one if
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you remember from last show, we had the clip from RT, where the
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Russians took Chernobyl and then brought in the Ukrainians have
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to join hold so doesn't get bombed. So now Russia has
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reportedly taken the key port city of kurtsan, the first big
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city in Ukraine to fall into enemy hands. New satellite
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images reveal some of the destruction impact crater
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surrounding this village near the Ukraine Russia border and
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several homes are on fire. Ukrainian officials now claim
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more than 2000 civilians have been killed. The UN confirming
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about 530 casualties so far, the International Court says it has
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quote, reasonable basis to believe that war crimes are
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being committed. I want to make it clear that when you know when
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we're analyzing this stuff, where we're deconstructing the
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narrative, the mainstream media media in general. So what is
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useless is hate tweeting about You heartless, asshole. You
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don't care about I my mother's sister is that, you know, it's
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like I got it. There's lots of humanitarian suffering going on.
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We also bombed Somalia yesterday,
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or two days ago. There's some Somalia bombing going on. It's
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not covered at all. No, of course not. And I think that
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also creates human suffering. So I'm going to do one more short
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version of the suffering that is taking place. This is also from
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ABC. Good Thursday morning, everyone. We begin with major
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developments from the war in Ukraine. More American weapons
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are now
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Arriving, the Russian military appears to be stepping up its
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assault on several cities taking control of a key port city while
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targeting more civilians. It comes amid disturbing reports
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from Moscow that even young children protesting the war are
25:14
now being arrested held behind bars as the Kremlin crackdown on
25:17
dissent are James Longman in Moscow reports that protesters
25:21
face up to eight years in prison and children face up to three
25:25
years behind bars. Meanwhile, we heard again overnight from
25:28
Ukraine's President insisting Russians will not have one quiet
25:32
moment as they advance on the Capitol. I love bringing in the
25:36
kids. Putin thrown kids in jail, everybody. So these weapons,
25:42
as I think you and I agree is a very bad idea you brought up on
25:46
the last show what the topic of this very video shot by an
25:50
American vlogger in Kiev, and he calls it right away what's going
25:55
on with these weapons that were handed out. So it's about 9am.
26:00
On Monday, February 28 2020. As you can see, that's the VIP club
26:06
of the premier Palace Hotel. I'm walking down to Krishna attic,
26:13
and I'm going to the supermarket. To get some food
26:17
they've announced that it's okay to go to supermarkets and
26:20
pharmacies.
26:22
The problem that we're having is that because of the weapons that
26:26
the Alinsky regime handed out willy nilly in the last few
26:31
days, a lot of criminals have these military grade weapons,
26:35
quite frankly. And so there has been robberies that there's been
26:39
looting, there's been, there's been all kinds of havoc because
26:43
of these criminals. And it's known for a fact abuse,
26:47
that a lot of the shooting that went on last night,
26:52
had nothing to do with the Russians. The Russians were 10
26:54
kilometers or more away from from these shootings. So it was
26:58
clearly probably gang related gang settling scores and
27:04
shooting one another.
27:08
That's something that the Western media is not talking
27:10
about, of how does the Alinsky regime by handing out weapons
27:14
has basically given weapons to all the criminal elements in the
27:19
city. And the criminal elements in the city are, first of all,
27:23
figuring out their dominance hierarchy and this anarchy the
27:27
government has created.
27:29
Once that's settled, they'll start
27:33
targeting the civilians. Yay. You call it man.
27:37
I was a friend of my sons who's lived in Ukraine and is still
27:42
context there. And he told us that a week ago, I mean, this is
27:46
not news to us this this story. I was delighted with the
27:50
resurrection of the term willy nilly. I thought that was quite
27:53
nice to hear. willy nilly. I like it. We have not heard of
27:55
willy nilly in a while willy nilly, willy nilly needs to be a
27:58
title, I need to know the etymology of willy nilly, where
28:01
did that come from? So the fox, as we know, is all in on the war
28:06
portion. And they interviewed the iconic woman, the mom, I
28:10
would say Ukrainian Mama Bear, who is standing there with the
28:14
wood looks like an AK 47 in a window ready to defend her
28:18
country against evil Putin not saying that she's sincere or
28:22
not. She looks very sincere. But what she said raises questions
28:28
for the rest of us that aren't Ukrainians. I think the world
28:31
quite frankly, Kira is surprised by the will of Ukrainian people
28:36
to stand up and fight, are you? Well, I'm not surprised. I we
28:40
have been fighting Putin for the last eight years. And we had
28:44
three revolutions in our country when we did not agree with what
28:48
was going on with the direction of where we're moving in. But
28:51
right now, it's a critical time because we know that we not only
28:55
fight for Ukraine, we fight for this new world order for the
29:00
countries we knew that we are the shield for the euro.
29:05
We fight for this new world order of the democratic
29:07
countries we are the shields for the Europe.
29:11
So who are they really fighting for? And where does she get more
29:16
importantly, where does she get she speaks English? Yes. But
29:20
where does she get that dialogue?
29:23
What do you mean the dialogue? Where does she get the the
29:27
thought what are some some some bush guy in the middle of
29:31
nowhere of Ukraine standing there with an AK 47 or whatever
29:35
say no, she was a hot babushka she was well cast she she got it
29:41
from the producer from the script we talking about and
29:45
clearly
29:47
nobody's gonna she's not going to New World Order is are they
29:52
the people in Ukraine thinking New World Order and they're all
29:55
want to be part of the One World Government is that what is that
29:58
what we're going to is that the message
30:00
They're supposed to be conveying. That's the message
30:02
from Fox.
30:04
Yeah, it's, you know, what I love about this sideways ad and
30:08
what I love about the situation. Everybody's lying. Everybody is
30:12
lying. You have no clear idea of any of these facts, facts. It's
30:18
like the fog of war. It's just been sprayed with internet goo.
30:22
He has no way to know what's true. So all we can do is
30:25
deconstruct what they're saying. And these are all 30 seconds or
30:29
shorter in this for it's kind of a rule that we don't do this on
30:34
the show. But I do have some Mitt Romney clips. Oh.
30:43
Ladies and gentlemen, what you just heard there that was
30:45
sincere. That is not an act. He was on the CBS Evening News,
30:49
let's find out what the CIA broadcast systems had for us. Is
30:53
there anything that the US can do to stop Vladimir Putin? Well,
30:57
Vladimir Putin has put himself on a course where the people who
31:00
will stop him are the people of Ukraine, we want to help them
31:03
with additional elements with food and supplies that is
31:08
getting through at this stage. But the people the world have
31:11
also come together and insisted that their governments continue
31:14
to increase the sanctions on Russia, and that will continue.
31:18
Okay.
31:20
Now, of course, we need to talk about the nuclear stuff. Are you
31:24
concerned about a scenario where this could escalate to a nuclear
31:28
attack? Well, people are always concerned that I'm among them
31:31
for what kinds of things Vladimir Putin might do. Whether
31:35
he might use tactical nuclear weapons at some point, if he
31:37
were in a corner with his conventional weaponry, I think
31:41
it's extremely unlikely that he would move in that direction in
31:45
the current conflict. But I think we always have to
31:47
recognize, oh, yeah, Vladimir Putin has well over 1000 nuclear
31:52
weapons aimed at the United States of America. And so to
31:56
consider him somehow a friend, or someone we can do business
31:59
with, ignores the fact that he is a an enemy. This is great.
32:05
They are canceling Russia so hard. It's fantastic. And
32:08
there's this, they didn't quite get to it in this next clip. But
32:12
there's a there was a kind of a semi trending meme out there
32:16
that Putin has a a terminal brain tumor. And
32:23
he decided,
32:26
by the way, I've gotten into conversations with leotards,
32:30
yes, go ahead, messaging and elsewhere. And the idea is go It
32:34
goes like this. Who's smart. He's really smart guy, but
32:40
and everything he does is strategic. And he's good. And
32:43
he's like a chess player. Well, you know, chess, play checkers.
32:46
Checkers. But it seems as if he's gone nuts. Yeah. And it's
32:53
obvious that he's got a tumor. And people are talking about
32:56
he's got a tumor. tumor. This is a serious thing. Right? Syria,
33:00
people are taking this seriously. Everybody. Oh.
33:05
Or is that only in the Berkeley area? No, no, I'm talking about
33:08
international we're talking great phenomena. So to Berkeley,
33:12
we're still worried about masks.
33:16
So Nora, slides the question in But MIT doesn't doesn't really
33:20
take it all the way home, but at least it's taken kind of, you
33:22
know, the mental issue is taken, is presented. And what about
33:27
Vladimir Putin's mental state? He looks increasingly isolated.
33:31
Actually think Romney wasn't read in on this thing. He could
33:34
have run with it easily. What do you know, I don't think that
33:37
anybody can really assess what's going on in the mind of Vladimir
33:41
Putin right now. The huge table with him sitting at one end is
33:45
like Dr. Strangelove. He is not listening apparently to people
33:50
who have contrary points of view that I don't know that that's
33:52
something which suggests a mental imbalance or whether it's
33:55
just a recognition that this is a dictator that he's intent on
33:59
conquest. Conquest. That's right. The other thing, okay,
34:04
part of the same meme is that he's not listening to anybody.
34:08
And his distance just comes up a lot. His generals are scared of
34:13
him. Yeah, that's a good one. Yeah. Oh, my goodness, the
34:17
Smith. I'm glad we got rid of that stupid Smith month act, it
34:20
would be so boring if they couldn't do all this. This is
34:23
great. All right, last one. And this is one I was just kind of
34:27
jumping the gun, a little bit of ahead of talking about
34:29
sanctions, but I'll just throw it in here. Ukrainians have been
34:32
pleading for a no fly zone thing you would support. I would love
34:37
there to be a humanitarian quarter, a no fly zone, if you
34:41
if you will, that could be negotiated that would allow
34:44
women and children from Ukraine to be able to escape if they
34:47
want to do so. It would hopefully be something done by
34:49
the United Nations or by NATO or even by us. But we don't want to
34:53
find ourselves in a position where we're in direct conflict
34:56
with with Russians, the consequence of that could be
34:59
twisted.
35:00
hear, you know that Romney's was it Romney's kid or his nephew
35:04
had business with Hunter Biden in Ukraine?
35:08
Yes. One of the Romney's is involved. Yeah, it was kids.
35:11
Yes, he was this kid. So he's got to tread lightly. So we've
35:14
had CBS, ABC, CNN got a very different briefing, CNN CHIEF
35:18
international anchor, Christiane Amanpour Joining us now. And of
35:22
course, you bring in the international CNN, that's how
35:24
you know that this is coming straight from the elite
35:27
messaging system of days of lower down. You spoke with
35:31
Ukraine's Foreign Minister yesterday. What did he tell you?
35:35
Where is he at in this moment? Well, look, you know, reached
35:39
him in his I mean, we described as a bunker and undisclosed
35:43
location, but nonetheless, in Kiev, in Ukraine, to talk to him
35:47
about how he saw this. Yeah, hold on. Yes, go ahead. Mark
35:51
Levin, the great one, he broadcasts from an undisclosed a
35:54
bunker in an undisclosed location. This is exactly what
35:58
he starts his podcast, or his radio show off. Yeah, from an
36:01
undisclosed from a bunker in an undisclosed location. So now
36:05
they taken that little ditty. And they gave it this to this
36:09
idiot to this. But what's even funnier about it is you see the
36:13
shot and it's a shot of him, and his crop really tight on his
36:16
head, and you see kind of a gray wall behind him, and it has very
36:20
much of a bunker feel to it. I look at The Guardian this
36:24
morning. There's the same background. But he's got a desk,
36:27
a chair, a flag next to him and everything looked nothing like a
36:31
bunker. So she there was complete manipulation of the
36:34
image complete.
36:37
And why do I sound surprise?
36:40
Well, look, you know, reached him in his I mean, we described
36:43
as a bunker, an undisclosed location, but nonetheless in in
36:47
Kiev, in Ukraine, to talk to him about how he saw this playing
36:51
out as the increased targeting of civilians was taking place.
36:57
And what he said was actually very interesting, because he
36:59
said he had spoken to the Chinese foreign minister, his
37:02
counterpart, and that's really important, because the Chinese
37:06
you remember the famous pictures at the beginning of the
37:08
Olympics, when President G and Putin basically declared a no
37:12
holds barred anything goes friendship. Well, now the
37:15
Chinese actually switched since this invasion. And since the
37:20
targeting of civilians, and have even mentioned civilians and
37:23
their worry about civilians, and have called on, you know, that's
37:27
a big concern. And they have offered to help in any kind of
37:31
de escalation. This is what the Ukrainian foreign minister
37:34
coolabah told me.
37:37
He assured me that China is not interested in this war, and is
37:43
ready to seek peaceful solution of this conflict through
37:48
diplomacy. So I appealed to the Chinese foreign minister, and
37:53
also the Indian Foreign Minister to take their to take advantage
37:57
of their leverage on podium of their relations with Russia, and
38:01
urge Putin to stop this war immediately.
38:05
So again, very important, because China obviously has a
38:08
huge leverage and huge, intricate relationship with
38:12
Putin himself. So does so does India. And also William Cohen,
38:17
the former US Defense Secretary said Israel could play an
38:20
important role in this as well. So in other words, get the
38:24
countries who still might have some kind of inner influence
38:27
with Putin to do something about it. And collaborer is also
38:31
again, calling on the UN to strip Russia of its UN Security
38:35
Council seat saying that it it just inherited the old USSR seat
38:41
and nobody voted for it. And that was in 9192. Okay,
38:46
what's your first impression? Well, this this another law of
38:50
aspect, I don't have clips on this, either. But another little
38:53
aspect of all this is somehow getting Russia kicked out of the
38:57
UN. Yep. And maybe having the UN take over which, which makes it
39:02
like, Wait a minute. This is really a new world or this is a
39:06
scam at this point. Because the United Nations is supposed to be
39:10
all the nations and Russia has always been on the Security
39:13
Council. Yeah, okay. It's been the Soviet so USSR, because
39:16
that's the way they couch it was always Russia. Yeah. And so now
39:21
they're trying to kick him off because they're voting against
39:23
the way we want it. I mean, it's ridiculous. Yeah. And so now we
39:28
have some clip clips. Okay, I was I was just gonna do two more
39:32
quickies on the propaganda.
39:36
Go. The first one is a Ukrainian journalist who confronted Prime
39:41
Minister Boris Johnson in the UK Of course, the UK started all
39:45
this off with their, with their reporting, which was picked up
39:49
immediately by the new sources, new sources in America. And
39:53
this, what is her name here? Daria Kovalenko kalinic She is
40:00
In fact, a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, so you need
40:05
to know that as she confronts the Prime Minister and is
40:09
basically yeah. I mean, it seems like she's an Zhaan provocateur,
40:14
because she's not an accredited journalist. And she was how she
40:18
got in the room. They're not quite sure, but he or she was
40:21
afraid. Because NATO is not willing to defend Because NATO
40:25
is available for free, but it is already started. And it's a
40:29
brilliant children who are they're taking the heat. You're
40:32
talking about most agents Prime Minister, but it is not section.
40:36
He's in London. His children are not in the bombardments his
40:40
children are there in London. Can you understand any of this?
40:44
Nope, I can't hear where she said okay. That's what I was
40:46
afraid of. Now, what she's what she's saying is Putin's kids
40:48
live in the Netherlands. Abramovich lives here in London,
40:51
all these oligarchs, they're all here, NATO needs to step in,
40:54
this is not enough. How can you let them reside here, you know,
40:57
so she was pumping up the let's go after the oligarchs, which
41:01
we'll have to talk about. The other clip, which you will be
41:04
able to hear was just so beautiful. Because now we need
41:08
to explain to the American people what we're doing. And you
41:12
know, you may not be watching CBS, the morning show or the
41:15
evening news, or ABC, or even CNN, but you may be listening.
41:20
If you live in, in one of the cities in America, you may be
41:23
listening to the morning hustle radio show syndicated so along
41:29
the lines of kind of what Charlemagne to God is doing
41:31
urban radio. Let's listen to the Vice President splain. What's
41:34
happening, break it down in layman's terms for people who
41:37
don't understand what's going on? And how can this directly
41:40
affect the people the United States. So Ukraine is a country
41:45
in Europe exists next to another country called Russia, Russia is
41:50
a bigger country, Russia is a powerful country, Russia decided
41:54
to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So basically,
41:58
that's wrong. And it goes against everything that we stand
42:03
for their terms that we use, we say we respect the sovereignty,
42:08
the territorial integrity of countries, right, their
42:12
independence, Russia has gone into Ukraine, militarily
42:16
unprovoked with no justification, other than to
42:20
exercise its power to take over another country. So essentially,
42:24
that's what's at stake. And we as America are saying that's
42:27
wrong. And we will stand with Ukraine in saying that that is
42:31
wrong. But that's essentially where we are. That's the issue.
42:35
And when it comes to what we know to be principles of
42:39
fairness, we know that what Russia is doing is wrong. When
42:43
it comes to what needs to happen, then well, there needs
42:46
to be severe consequence and accountability. And that's why
42:50
you'll hear on the news that we talk about sanctions when
42:54
basically we're having Russia pay a financial cost to the
42:58
point that we can have a real impact put a real hurt on their
43:02
economy as a consequence for their bad behavior, which is
43:07
resulting in the loss of innocent lives. And that's where
43:10
we are that's what the issue is, essentially There you go. Did
43:14
you
43:15
saw you played that clip? Because I had that in the
43:18
context
43:20
that was different now Bravo. I feel like I blew something here.
43:25
Yeah, why do you kind of blew it a bit I was gonna do but I'm two
43:30
things you did one you played the whole clip, the beginning of
43:35
that clip where she says Russia is a country and blah blah blah,
43:38
and they cut it off. That was the tweet storm about that. And
43:42
that went everywhere and there was air on the right wing the
43:45
left everybody was going all over it and so Media Matters on
43:51
and and condemns
43:54
Camela didn't say that it was taken out of context.
43:59
And so they posted on their site the whole clip, which is what I
44:04
clipped you played the Media Matters posting of the entire
44:09
clip that proves she's not an idiot. She's very condescending.
44:16
Well, besides she's an idiot
44:19
That brings me to a bunch of Camela clips that I was hoping I
44:24
was gonna put together as a package okay, because and I'll
44:28
go to those but I got to get back to the Ukraine stuff but
44:31
this camera thing in the Ukraine thing is two different things
44:34
and this kind of this is a crossover clip. But the point
44:39
is, is that what you play was was the proof that camera is not
44:43
an idiot when in fact it proves she was an idiot and and Media
44:47
Matters. Post this with it in mind that no one like I cuz I
44:51
noticed this because I keep track of clicks on everything I
44:54
do.
44:56
It just they say here's what you really said they have the click
44:58
there. Nobody's gonna click on
45:00
And
45:01
then so that proof is solid. So we were going over some of the
45:09
some of the stuff that Campbell has been saying and there's a
45:11
picture in the newsletter and I would refer to that I would hope
45:15
people will open up the last newsletter and look at that
45:18
picture of Kamla because she keeps saying the stupid stuff
45:23
and and she's laughing all the time. And so Mimi finally came
45:26
up with the thesis for her. Oh, she is wasted a size on
45:32
pot. Oh, real time. You can see it in her face. You can see in
45:39
that picture that's in the newsletter. You look at that
45:42
picture and think of somebody stoned on pot. Probably a lot of
45:46
edibles which you can use the over you can overdo those easy.
45:53
This is good. And you look at the pictures of her with all
45:56
this silliness. She doesn't this stupid laugh that she has that
45:59
cackle that cackle that laugh is a stoners laugh not everybody
46:03
has a you like to smoke dope. I do. But you vape but you don't.
46:08
You've never even did that. You've been doing it forever, I
46:10
guess. And it's also a form of self medication which she needs
46:14
because she's in over her head. That's why she's self. She self
46:18
medicating on pot. But she's one of those people and anyone who's
46:22
been around pot smokers or smoked it themselves knows that
46:26
there are a lot of people that can't keep a straight face and
46:28
they start laughing
46:31
Yeah. laughs Yeah, you get the giggles Sure. You get the
46:35
giggles you sound like a moron less.
46:38
And to continue this thesis and this is my thesis for the rest
46:42
of the year that Camella is on pot and she needs to go to rehab
46:46
for rehab.
46:49
Now this I've not heard Oh, she's not really a good pot
46:51
rehab, but
46:53
let's listen to it. Let's listen to a couple of clips that I have
46:56
of her I'd like to prove I'd like to prove this point. You're
47:01
short you're getting the giggles I am getting the giggles right
47:03
now but you know there's reasons for that. Okay, what are we
47:06
going to play? Okay, let's start with just an interesting life
47:09
handle things she said on the Breakfast Club. Oh, okay.
47:15
Sorry, I'm sorry.
47:17
legalize
47:19
medicinal would you do it? Listen, I think that it gives a
47:22
lot of people joy. And
47:25
yeah, she's high there. Yeah. Yeah, but that she went to the
47:28
Breakfast Club probably smoked a QB before the show or not an
47:32
edible. I think the edibles are more likely if we go with this
47:35
thesis. I'm halfway there. I mean, she, okay. Okay, let's get
47:39
more proof, please. And I'll stick with the edibles because
47:43
you know, but she's just stoned. On camera. There's a long time
47:47
ago little this is called a long time ago about that same
47:50
breakfast club. They asked her Does she ever smoke? And she
47:53
said long time ago, which means he doesn't smoke. Now she uses
47:57
edibles, your smokes.
47:59
Okay.
48:01
I inhale. I didn't I didn't.
48:05
It was long time ago, that she did say and I inhale. I did
48:09
inhale.
48:11
Does she kind of flubbed it there? If it was a long time
48:13
ago? Possibly. Yeah. Okay. And then this is just a clip of her
48:18
talking about school, and school reopening. And the rest of it on
48:22
set one of the interviews shows, and this is my favorite one of
48:28
my favorite examples of, you know, you can laugh about
48:31
different things, I can almost understand a few of them. But
48:33
she comes back and says, you know, or makes a snide comments.
48:37
And last and last and last. But in this context, in this
48:39
particular clip, and I could play a lot of these, I only
48:42
wanted to put three out there for people to consider and start
48:45
looking at her face.
48:49
And looking at the newsletter picture. Yeah. And, and start to
48:53
consider the fact that she's wasted she is stoned on pot all
48:58
day and listen to this clip. Biggest dilemmas for any of us
49:02
as a parent is what to do about our kids in school. K through
49:06
12, College, all of that. And we want them to go back to school.
49:15
Right.
49:20
Well, you know, there was we did have an alternate alternate
49:23
theory to this, which is that she had bopa or whatever it is,
49:26
there's some laughing sickness that you can get medication for,
49:29
which is a side effect of SSRIs.
49:34
Yeah, I remember that. What was that called?
49:38
So but I like the pot much better.
49:42
Pseudo pseudo. Pseudo pseudo bulbar. PBA that's what it is.
49:48
Yeah, random outbursts of laughing or crying. These are
49:52
all in context of something that if you were a stoner you would
49:55
think is funny. So it's not like it's just out of the blue
50:00
Think this pseudobulbar affect is funny as a stoner. That's
50:03
what I'm like I'm gonna get some of it was imagined the kind of
50:06
consequences of having both. But she has in a job that she's in
50:10
over her head. She knows that she is self medicating. Yeah. On
50:15
pot. It makes her feel good. She's got a smart, dumb smile on
50:20
her face a lot of the time started looking at pictures of
50:23
her thinking that she's stoned. She is stoned.
50:30
And I will give me credit for bringing this up because as soon
50:33
as she said it, and it was based on this stupid comment about
50:36
Russia's a bit as a country was soon as Mimi said, Oh my God,
50:41
yes. Yeah. And that because it because of some of the pictures
50:45
I had lined up to put in a newsletter. There's this one in
50:48
particular that I posted. I didn't say it in the newsletter,
50:51
but I put it in there for a reason. Take a look at this
50:54
picture. This is a picture of a woman who is wasted.
51:00
We got your point. Okay. Sorry. I'm pounding at home. At home
51:06
you are hard now. Let's get back to the Ukraine. Yes, Ukraine.
51:11
The Ukraine okay with the weapons smuggling and human
51:17
trafficking. Let's go to the RT and here they will report this
51:21
is the EU report on Ukraine one you actually were able to get to
51:26
I had problems getting through to RT I had to keep refreshing
51:30
to get the page to work. Yeah, goes to Argentina. Yeah, okay.
51:34
VPN. Meanwhile, the EU has been preparing a fourth set of
51:37
sanctions against Moscow over the Ukraine crisis as announced
51:40
by Austria's foreign minister. That's as some European leaders,
51:45
including French president Emmanuel Macron, have admitted
51:48
the already imposed restrictions on Russia would inevitably
51:51
backfire on the block.
51:54
For more on this, we can cross live to Archies Charlotte
51:56
Dubinsky, who is in Paris force, Charlotte, what exactly did
52:00
Macron say? And what impact is that you're preparing for him?
52:03
It's increased sanctions against Russia. Well, President Macron
52:07
was warning about difficult days ahead. He said that Europe would
52:12
be impacted by the results of these sanctions. This was an
52:15
address to the nation on Wednesday evening. And what
52:19
President Macron did is he said that the war in Ukraine is
52:23
blaming it he put the blame solely on President Putin saying
52:28
that the pre taxes for this war for this invasion were false.
52:32
Now He saluted the efforts of the Ukrainian people. And he
52:36
said that there were plans being developed in Europe at the
52:39
moment in France, in particular, to try and shield people here
52:43
from the impacts of the sanctions and the ramifications
52:47
of that he said that they could include price rises, for things
52:51
such as wheat for fuel, basic, everyday necessities. Let's have
52:56
a listen to what else President Macron had to say. Many economic
52:59
sectors are suffering and will suffer either because they
53:02
depend on imports of raw materials from Russia and
53:04
Ukraine or because they export to these countries, our growth,
53:08
which is currently at its peak will inevitably be affected. The
53:11
increase in the price of oil, gas and raw materials has and
53:14
will have an impact on our purchasing power. I have asked
53:17
the Prime Minister to draw up an economic and social resilience
53:20
plan in the coming days to address all these difficulties.
53:23
And it's just who's leading the sanctions. It's the EU.
53:30
Yeah, America is not we're just like, Yeah, whatever they say.
53:34
They will do it. Yeah. Remember the we are flight. We are
53:37
fighting on behalf of the New World Order. Our Ukrainian Mama
53:41
Bear said. So the
53:45
so they're all admin, the Europeans are going to really
53:48
eat shit.
53:50
Yeah, so let's go on day. Well, actually, they're going to have
53:53
to because there's no wheat, the fertilizer, we have farmers in
53:57
the US telling me we got to start planting, and I need a lot
54:02
of fertilizer if I want to have the same output.
54:05
Well, that's China. They control a lot of that. Right? Well,
54:09
Russia, Russia is getting the blame doesn't matter. The end
54:11
result is the same.
54:13
Okay, it's part two of this same. President Macron also
54:16
addressed the refugee crisis at the moment saying that France
54:19
was ready to open its arms, its hands to those who are fleeing
54:25
the war in the country at the moment. Just to give you a sense
54:27
of the scale of that, at least here in Europe. The UN says
54:31
around 1 million refugees have had to flee Ukraine. It's
54:36
described this as being an exodus and it has called for the
54:40
guns to be put down for the war to stop if only for humanitarian
54:46
assistance to be able to get into the country to help
54:49
millions and millions of others. Meanwhile, companies here in the
54:55
EU are offering free flights and free trains to those from
55:00
Ukraine who have had to flee their country in order to help
55:02
them get to destinations elsewhere in Europe. We have
55:06
also heard over the last few days of other European
55:09
politicians also warning about how those sanctions against
55:13
Russia will come to bite here in Europe too. And as airlines are
55:20
facing restrictions, with them not being able to fly into
55:24
Russia, and Russia having banned some airlines from the EU coming
55:29
back into the EU, this is this tit for tat over who can fly in
55:34
which airspace at some airlines see that they are already
55:37
feeling the pinch of this. Do you feel like you've seen
55:41
evidence of a million refugees? I'm not doubting it, actually.
55:45
But do you? Is there enough? Yeah, this is and this is the
55:50
disgusting part about what's happening.
55:53
Europe is is so tired of refugees now to have a million
55:58
flow in without men from what I understand. Yeah, means that
56:03
they will immediately have to go on all kinds of assistance is a
56:06
massive undertaking. Europe is you're right, Europe's women.
56:10
Children. Yeah, they're gonna eat shit. You're right, they're
56:13
completely hosed on this are totally hosed. And they're in
56:17
there falling into it. And it's all because of the New World
56:20
Order. This is yeah, you know, this could have been resolved.
56:23
You know, like with one document, hey, we won't do this.
56:26
Here's a doc. It could have been resolved years ago when when
56:30
Russia was concerned, or it would have been resolved that we
56:34
hadn't allied to Russia in the first place during the George HW
56:37
Bush administration. If we hadn't lied to Russia about
56:40
NATO, and done and done a phony deal. That was a handshake deal
56:45
that we never wrote down. If we hadn't done that none of this
56:47
would happen. It is basically george HW Bush's fault.
56:54
Although he may have been well, meaning it was the guys who came
56:57
after him that debt reneged on the deal, and then they all
56:59
treat it as a crime state. And a lot of politicians elites, the
57:05
Biden family enrich themselves that Carrie family? Yeah, we
57:10
can't look class that we can't look past that there's, you
57:13
know, the top donors to the Clinton Foundation Ukraine, like
57:18
by a longshot.
57:21
They were really concerned with the world over there and
57:23
Ukraine. It's no I hate to say because of course there's people
57:27
living there. There's real humanitarian disaster. Yeah, but
57:32
you know, unexpected. No. And everyone's falling for it. Oh,
57:36
man. They're doing big.
57:40
Big fundraising, telethons in Europe. Oh, yeah.
57:45
Well, here we go with it, of course, because because a
57:48
million people will need taken care of Yes, go ahead. Is this
57:52
urgent clips.
57:54
Title are Ukraine.
57:58
And this is the one of dishes the House resolution. We have a
58:01
Ukrainian woman who is a member of the House of Representatives.
58:05
Yes, yes, sir. At the State of the Union. And she Yes.
58:11
All dressed, they'll get there. We'll get costume. We'll get
58:14
there. Not just costume John lit. Lit, there was lighting.
58:19
There was yellow lighting to accentuate the Ukrainian colors.
58:22
It was really crazy. So here we go with this woman comes on. And
58:28
the intro is kind of interesting, too, because it
58:30
makes a point that I had to do a little research on something
58:33
that was said the House of Representatives is
58:36
overwhelmingly approved a non binding resolution expressing
58:40
solidarity with Ukraine. And VR is Deirdre Walsh reports on the
58:44
show of support for an ally under attack, Ukrainian morn
58:49
Indiana Republican congresswoman Victoria sparts spoke
58:52
emotionally on the House floor about how inspired Americans
58:55
were by those fighting back against the Russian invasion.
58:58
And they see your struggles and praying with you in standing
59:02
with you and this resolution from with the people from this
59:06
United State Congress is evidence the resolution demands
59:09
an immediate ceasefire and full withdrawal of Russian forces
59:13
from Ukraine. The measure backs economic sanctions against
59:16
Russia and reaffirms Ukraine sovereignty. It also puts
59:20
members on record saying the House of Representatives would
59:23
never recognize any government Russian President Vladimir Putin
59:26
attempted to install I've never understood these resolutions who
59:30
gives a crap
59:32
it doesn't do anything does it? Nothing.
59:35
PR mo no, it doesn't do anything but it is a resolution we
59:39
resolve Yeah, it's a it's a PR moment. It's just it's the
59:42
grandstanding. Yeah. grants in the in the highest level. Yeah,
59:46
okay.
59:48
Okay, okay. Smash that Like button. So smash it. So
59:56
we got to get the wrap down, hit subscribe, smash that like
1:00:00
button ring the bell ding ding. So
1:00:04
this is an NPR report and they say they make the communist to
1:00:07
beginning in ally under attack.
1:00:12
So I had this say, Wait, what? What ally? When is the Ukraine
1:00:17
been an ally ally of the Joe Biden and Hunter Biden's big
1:00:21
ally of this size that besides the corruption? Oh, so I looked
1:00:25
it up.
1:00:26
Never actually I said what did they ever do? Let me do Are they
1:00:30
involved in anything that we are we're involved in it where you
1:00:34
need their way during World War Two, who was our ally in World
1:00:37
War Two? Russia, Russia, who really pretty much defeated the
1:00:41
German Nazis. Ron was the ally of the German Nazis in World War
1:00:45
Two. Ukraine.
1:00:48
Yes, they're still there. So
1:00:53
I said
1:00:55
I looked it up. It turns out I was wrong. Oh,
1:01:01
they were allies with us in Afghanistan.
1:01:07
I had because because they hate Russia because they hate Russia
1:01:11
just to be their
1:01:13
territory. Recent Afghanistan. Yes, sir. I understand.
1:01:17
They had 11 people there.
1:01:22
Yeah. And they increased it over the years to 29 people total
1:01:29
and they were so important to us I guess that I'm reading this
1:01:33
from one of these military journals global Ukraine. This is
1:01:38
after the things over Ukrainian soldiers abandoned us base were
1:01:44
behind. Wow, we are dicks so I mean, what kind of allies are
1:01:51
these and they were over there. Earlier the TV channel 24 For
1:01:55
that there are 12 Your Ukrainian servicemen at a military base in
1:01:59
Afghanistan. Citing relatives as a military we probably forgot
1:02:03
them honestly. We just forgot them we do we didn't leave them
1:02:05
there. It's like boy those dudes where they're from again? I
1:02:09
don't know.
1:02:11
I'm still I'm still having I'm still having trouble saying
1:02:14
ordering Chicken Kiev. I mean I'm very confused about the
1:02:18
whole situation.
1:02:20
What is the rest you know? I was gonna look at the recipe for
1:02:22
that chicken kiev Chicken Kiev isn't it's a bread with the
1:02:26
bread and bread crumbs and stuff. Oh, co creative. So it's
1:02:31
Ukraine
1:02:37
this creation of the of our great ally and friend Ukraine is
1:02:41
really annoying. And again, we've been getting some notes we
1:02:44
do it there's a lot of Ukraine. We have a Ukrainian listeners.
1:02:47
Yes, we have one. One guy sent me a nasty note. I got several
1:02:51
messy notes. Yeah, specifically complaining about your giggling
1:02:54
Yeah.
1:02:56
So you got that too? Yeah. And I'm thinking you never get your
1:02:59
thing is you don't giggle no not not my Carmela.
1:03:03
blushy cackles Yeah, you chortle. Once in a while I do
1:03:07
chortle Yes. Yeah. You will chortle, but you don't giggle
1:03:10
because it giggling
1:03:12
it's silly. Man. This guy. So I said to this guy. I said, Oh,
1:03:16
and he's going on about this thing. I said, well, so we're in
1:03:18
Ukraine. Are you? San Diego? Yes. baggie? He's in Toronto,
1:03:22
Canada. So yeah, I know. Exactly. Chicken Kiev. Since we
1:03:28
can't say Kiev is essentially Kiev butter
1:03:33
with an egg. And then you coat the chicken breast and put and
1:03:38
pull it through breadcrumbs. Just like wait. So you take some
1:03:43
egg. And you mix it with some butter. Yeah.
1:03:47
And then you get your panko bread crumbs. You know the ones
1:03:49
from Ukraine panko just from the breadbasket Ukraine in the in
1:03:55
the egg and butter. Uh huh. And then you keep butter jars. Keep
1:03:59
butter. I don't know what keys Butter. Butter is it Russia is a
1:04:02
Russian style butter is it's just like it's a it's a it's a
1:04:05
is a European so any. Oh you do put you can stuff some cheese in
1:04:10
the now you you stuffed each chicken breast with one
1:04:14
tablespoon of Kiev butter. Close the pocket
1:04:18
and then flour that up with some dip it in the eggs with the the
1:04:23
key of butter and then you then through the panko?
1:04:27
Yeah, it's like chicken parm, I guess. It sounds like well said
1:04:32
that just no parmigiana. No, no. Let's go after listening to
1:04:35
this. Let's go to listen to this. A couple more clips. This
1:04:39
is this Republicans had our press conference that they had
1:04:42
the second guy in the Foreign Relations Committee does rush
1:04:47
character and the Republicans come on to so that Dave in unity
1:04:50
there. They're all with it. Oh, they're all on this.
1:04:54
Yeah, right. The Republicans are all in Rue crane Reisch and the
1:04:58
Republicans and agree
1:05:00
representation of Republican leadership in support of the
1:05:03
Ukrainian people leadership at this perilous time, we feel
1:05:08
obliged to do all we possibly can to preserve the lives of
1:05:12
Ukrainians that are perishing every day, women, children,
1:05:15
civilians, dogs, I applaud the sanctions the President has put
1:05:19
in place. These are indeed good steps. But the sanctions have
1:05:23
not deterred Putin's military. And we believe we must do more.
1:05:29
We must sanction all of Russia's banks and appropriate industries
1:05:33
and include secondary sanctions. With Nord Stream to shutdown, we
1:05:37
now must help in Europe's dependence on Russian oil and
1:05:41
gas for good US presidential executive order from last year
1:05:45
the shutdown oil and gas production in the United States
1:05:48
to a large degree, and then we can help Europe. We support the
1:05:53
weapons and other assistance that the President has prided
1:05:57
has provided to the Ukrainian military. And I have immediately
1:06:00
as ranking member of Foreign Relations Committee signed off
1:06:02
on every request to send rep weapons immediately when it was
1:06:06
presented. Alright, let me break this one down because this is
1:06:09
obvious because it's all political. These eight holes are
1:06:12
all in favor they're currying favor as it were, because they
1:06:16
want to use this to create and you literally heard it like shut
1:06:21
it all down that stopped them all because they want to go back
1:06:24
to their donors and open up all the drilling and and everything
1:06:29
in the pipeline and everything so we have energy independence,
1:06:31
they're using it for their own political game. They don't give
1:06:34
a shit about the Ukrainian people just like you know,
1:06:38
people need to understand you know, because they're gonna be
1:06:40
voting soon. Just because you are doesn't mean that they're
1:06:43
good. The thing is about shutting them the only banks
1:06:47
that are still available to the Russians for now. We'll get to
1:06:50
that. We'll get to that with our for the oil. We'll get to that.
1:06:53
Yes, there's there's all kinds of shenanigans. This is part two
1:06:57
of Rajesh here there's a 40 mile combat convoy of Russian tanks
1:07:01
stalled outside of Kiev
1:07:03
have not been destroyed because we have not supplied enough
1:07:06
weapons to the Ukraine. Again, we must do more. I have email
1:07:12
after way way. Before we do we will talk about that more to I'm
1:07:17
sure but I wrote in the newsletter that there's this 40
1:07:20
miles of of Convoy convoy stuck suppose of these moving now but
1:07:26
it was stuck at least they have pictures of being stuck because
1:07:29
the picture was show it stuck because it's not the picture is
1:07:31
not a motion picture. But so that so the Ukrainian Air Force
1:07:36
was just still lording it over everybody in the skies there
1:07:39
can't strafe this thing they can't bomb it they can't blow it
1:07:43
up they can't shoot a few I was thinking why why doesn't the
1:07:48
Ukrainian Air Force just straight near this book right
1:07:51
down the middle of it
1:07:53
anyway now again the answer because they've got no bullets.
1:07:59
According to Rajesh
1:08:01
these airplanes they got no bullets.
1:08:05
Doesn't surprise me.
1:08:07
And we better be sending some overdraw guns off in the middle
1:08:10
of the squares. They're all over the place. AK 40 says we given
1:08:14
no bullets these guys for their airplanes. I mean, this is what
1:08:17
the reason they haven't strafe this thing, this whole thing.
1:08:20
Okay. even know if that convoy is real, because you're right.
1:08:24
We have no motion picture we have Where's George Clooney
1:08:26
satellite. And by the way, he's in George Clooney supposed to be
1:08:30
surveilling Somalia? Where's his humanitarian disaster video?
1:08:34
Yeah, make keeping up? He gave that up years ago. It's still in
1:08:38
play. It's still in play? Yeah, not pretty sure. Anyway, it
1:08:42
doesn't matter. Any military strategist who has emailed me
1:08:45
incessantly will say, There's no way you have a convoy where the
1:08:49
vehicles aren't separated by at least 100 feet? No way.
1:08:56
I mean, if you're serious about it, so we don't know we don't
1:09:00
know what do we know what this is all everyone's lying.
1:09:02
Everyone's full of crap.
1:09:04
That we do. No, I think I think that's well established. We've
1:09:08
got that kind of go into sanctions. We have more here you
1:09:10
want to do well, I just hit the one last one and this will be
1:09:13
the final my collection and this is the RU crane. The EU is going
1:09:19
to be welcoming. Yes.
1:09:22
I love this.
1:09:24
Good clip. This is similar to the one RT played go. The
1:09:27
European Union has released details of a proposal that would
1:09:31
allow Ukrainian refugees to remain in the EU for up to two
1:09:34
years. details from MPRs Rob Schmitz. The European
1:09:38
Commission's Temporary Protection Directive would
1:09:40
ensure that Ukrainians who have fled their country in the wake
1:09:43
of a Russian invasion would be allowed to legally stay in the
1:09:47
EU for up to two years. This would apply to all 27 EU member
1:09:52
states and would enable Ukrainians to legally work in
1:09:55
their children to attend local schools in the areas where they
1:09:59
reside.
1:10:00
With men of conscription age prevented from leaving Ukraine
1:10:02
mostly women and children are arriving at the borders of
1:10:05
Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. The EU proposal is
1:10:09
scheduled to go to EU member states on Thursday for approval.
1:10:12
So this is I mean, are they really nuts? This so they think,
1:10:17
oh, we'll make you and they'll do a fast track EU member and
1:10:20
then we can invoke Article Five and then we go to full war is
1:10:24
that really what is going on here?
1:10:27
I don't know. But now that you bring that up, I'm gonna I now I
1:10:31
realized that one more clip. No, no prob. This is about Article
1:10:35
Five. Yeah. Listen to this nut ball. Yeah.
1:10:42
Head of NATO, the head of NATO yen talking about Article Five
1:10:45
and cyber attacks is NATO Article Five? Well, we have
1:10:49
state to doctrine. Cyber attacks can trigger Article Five. But we
1:10:54
have never gone into the position where we give a
1:10:59
potential adversary the privilege of defining exactly
1:11:02
when we trigger Article Five, we are focused on strengthening our
1:11:06
cyber defenses. We are very much aware of that. That's the risk.
1:11:10
And, and therefore, we are stepping up both the protection
1:11:14
of our cyber networks, but also providing support to Ukraine.
1:11:18
And we are very focused on the need for deconfliction. The Jens
1:11:22
Stoltenberg. I mean if if they want to do this now, I mean,
1:11:26
everyone's been attacking everybody. Certainly China and
1:11:29
Russia have attacked cyber attack the I mean, we have
1:11:33
everything every person in the US government saying Oh, yeah,
1:11:37
no, they definitely cyber to us. Yeah. I mean, that's the whole
1:11:41
election was phony and fake. Right? Because of Russia, or
1:11:44
whatever.
1:11:46
So can't we evoke Article Five at any point then retro
1:11:50
actively? They're doing it right now? They tell us that every day
1:11:54
Russian cyber attack infrastructure?
1:11:57
Yeah, yep. None our show right here today. I mean, it's it's as
1:12:01
bad as I thought the Chernobyl and the radiation flowing over
1:12:06
to NATO country was a little more creative.
1:12:10
Okay, I guess they could do this if they want cyber if cyber
1:12:14
triggering Article Five is ridiculous.
1:12:18
Okay, I have for one thing even the Snowden papers all indicated
1:12:22
that we can make anything look like it came from Russia. That
1:12:25
was one of the little tricks we had a parsley. You can't prove
1:12:29
anything. If there's a cyber attack you can't prove who did
1:12:33
it let you actually catch them red handed.
1:12:36
Let's go to the sanctions and swift let's listen to some of
1:12:41
the programming being broadcasts. It says ABC despite
1:12:44
mounting sanctions, the Kremlin is projecting confidence as
1:12:47
another British voice I love how they're everywhere. This it's
1:12:50
only serious if EMI six is doing the announcing. That seems
1:12:54
clear. Despite mounting sanctions. The Kremlin is
1:12:57
projecting confidence as spokesman telling the west today
1:12:59
go ahead punish us. We are not scared.
1:13:03
And calling there's long lines at Russian banks and ATMs a
1:13:05
hyper emotional reaction on the Russian public. Regular people
1:13:08
like this Malmo are bearing the brunt of those financial
1:13:11
measures. You don't have any cash.
1:13:14
So you couldn't get cash out of this bank.
1:13:17
Why?
1:13:20
And Russians abroad are also facing issues getting home,
1:13:23
their flights canceled and bank cards are not accepted. Visa and
1:13:26
MasterCard now blocking some transactions because of the
1:13:28
sanctions joining the list of companies altering their
1:13:30
business practices and Russia, Apple, Nike General Motors, our
1:13:34
parent company, Disney, the National Hockey League and tick
1:13:36
tock. It's like with Russia increasingly cuts off. Vladimir
1:13:39
Putin state of mind is now in question. As he unleashes that
1:13:43
attack on Ukraine, they will tell you certainly the rhetoric,
1:13:46
the actions the justification that he's making, for his
1:13:50
actions are certainly deeply concerning to us that we're
1:13:53
joined now by James Longman in Moscow and James in a real sign
1:13:57
that the sanctions might be affecting not only Russia, but
1:14:00
the Russian people directly. What have you seen about the
1:14:02
value of the ruble tonight? Well, David, the ruble is now
1:14:05
worth less than a cent against the dollar. And tonight Putin is
1:14:09
so worried about capital flight, he has banned all individuals
1:14:13
from taking more than $10,000 out of this country. This is
1:14:16
dark days for Russia. Dark days. This is very interesting way
1:14:20
way. What were they making a fuss about the $10,000? This has
1:14:26
been the policy of the United States forever. Exactly. If you
1:14:30
see it on your little yellow form, if you travel
1:14:33
International, you can't take more than $10,000 out you can't
1:14:37
take more than states if you can or can you can take more than
1:14:40
$10,000 out of the bank without an automatic SAR suspicious
1:14:44
activity report. Exactly. So what why is this all of a sudden
1:14:48
a big deal in Russia has the same prohibition because it's a
1:14:52
dark day sanctions are working it's a dark day, it doesn't
1:14:56
matter. They could have said 100,000 Oh my that's a horrible
1:14:59
restriction.
1:15:00
This is the total cancellation of Russia and we saw this going
1:15:05
back to the the first Olympics where the you know the Russians
1:15:09
were not the Russians they were the Russian Olympic athletes
1:15:13
but now Russian Olympic Committee hey you go Olympic
1:15:16
koupit Camaro see but this is where you hear all those those
1:15:20
companies all ESG companies to the they are now forced forced
1:15:25
by the Environmental social governance who to divest oh it's
1:15:30
it's happening and it's just part of the ESG DS you get issue
1:15:35
rushing this to me I'm telling you the more watch this in the
1:15:38
more this continues the more I look at and think buy low and
1:15:42
sell high this is a some sort of a way to get cheap Dubai Russia
1:15:48
cheap I mean the ruble itself I've seen this thing go up and
1:15:52
down this is God's Soros written all over you can make a lot of
1:15:57
money if you have a currency that you are so right I forgot
1:16:00
Soros is sitting right there. He's right. He's He's hovering
1:16:03
he's circling overhead which is the currency man he's the guy
1:16:07
the currency master. Ooh, I like that. So hold on a second but
1:16:11
the all out
1:16:15
assault is both in the social so that's your you know these he's
1:16:19
just evil. So we have to EA Sports is removing the Russian
1:16:24
national team and all Russian club soccer teams from FIFA
1:16:27
video game franchise. Okay. What Oh, yeah, this is ESG I was
1:16:33
gonna make a list of the craziest stuff going on about
1:16:36
banning Russia banning. Oh, it's a never in Russian cats. Yes. In
1:16:41
Russia cats. And at Federation show is you can't have a Russian
1:16:46
dog. That poor Abramovich guy who's done nothing but good for
1:16:50
the city of Chelsea has to sell the team. He has to sell the
1:16:53
team that team became a champion. So you're carrying
1:16:55
water for Putin is because he's, he's in like all these other
1:17:01
owners that are too cheap to want to win anything. These want
1:17:04
to make money off their team. This guy wanted to win he did.
1:17:07
And now he's going to boot him out again, carrying water for
1:17:11
Putin. So you can't have water for Abramovich just so you know,
1:17:15
you're gonna we're gonna get a lot of hate over just this
1:17:18
conversation. It's almost like saying the BLM Inc is a piece of
1:17:22
shit, which also was ESG. And now we have all the oil
1:17:26
companies divesting of any stake they have in a Russian oil or
1:17:30
gas company BP Chevron shell everyone's getting out Oh, no.
1:17:35
Oh, we have to get out it's all part of it. Instance again.
1:17:38
Again, I'm just seeing I'm seeing people like Soros a smart
1:17:42
money that are above it all and they're saying wow, look at
1:17:45
this. Oh yeah, high low sell high. Oh no, we'll get to the
1:17:49
smart money in a moment. First, we need some more programming.
1:17:52
CBS the wealthiest Russian money including Vladimir Putin's has
1:17:56
pushed to see data from marine traffic shows oligarchy yachts
1:18:01
on the move, including aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska is $65
1:18:06
million. Clio and oil executive the GTE Alexa Rob's $80 million
1:18:11
Galactica supernova. No self respecting oligarchy exists
1:18:15
without a super yacht. What we're seeing now is hightailing
1:18:18
it on the high seas, the bind administration created a task
1:18:22
force to go after the oligarchs, yachts, their luxury apartments,
1:18:26
their money and their ability to send their kids to fancy college
1:18:30
in the West, financier and anti corruption advocate Bill Browder
1:18:34
says the goal is to get oligarchs to pressure Putin to
1:18:38
stop the war. We're not We're not ready to engage in in
1:18:41
military warfare. And so there's an expression we should fight
1:18:45
them in the banks if we can't fight them with tanks. Oh, we
1:18:49
have an expression is that from is that an old Dutch saying
1:18:53
there's an expression there's an expression can't fight him in
1:18:56
the with the you fighting with the banks not with the tanks?
1:19:00
What?
1:19:02
Here's what I understand. It's old Dutch.
1:19:07
You so you can't if you're doing this, this is illegal. You're
1:19:12
going around confiscating and kicking people out of their
1:19:14
apartments. What are you worldwide Nazis now? I mean,
1:19:18
just because you're rich, you are a rich people. Your next it
1:19:23
has nothing to do with if you're Russian or not. It's just now
1:19:25
it's okay away, take away your house. Good. This is another
1:19:29
good point you just made which is this is if this can happen to
1:19:34
the Russian oligarchs, this can happen to any billionaire.
1:19:37
exactly who's got different circumstances the circumstances
1:19:41
change the next thing you know, all your your yacht owners, you
1:19:45
know, everybody, they said Bill Gates has one of these yachts.
1:19:48
No, you guys are going to be the same. This is a they should
1:19:53
reconsider thinking in those terms. This could happen to
1:19:56
Canadian billionaires. They got yachts. Yeah, just take your
1:19:59
yacht well.
1:20:00
Take your house, we'll make sure you can't put it to send your
1:20:01
kids to school. This is a this is the this is truly the
1:20:06
best. Yeah, no, we'll take away your house. Take away your car.
1:20:11
Here France sees is super yacht linked to Russian session
1:20:15
linked.
1:20:18
Wow, it's okay. So we continue with this illegal guy think so
1:20:23
too. I think so too. Here we go. We're coming for you as
1:20:27
President Biden foreshadowed in his State of the Union address
1:20:30
last night, the Justice Department launched a new task
1:20:33
force today dubbed klepto CAPTCHA to investigate and
1:20:38
prosecute oligarchs who tried to evade sanctions for joining with
1:20:42
European allies to find and seize their yachts, their luxury
1:20:45
apartments, their private jets, and they're not hard to find. In
1:20:50
fact, a Florida teenager who used to track Elon Musk's jet
1:20:54
has now shifted to the fleets owned by oligarchs. I'm calling
1:20:58
that a setup. I'm calling that a setup. That kid who refused the
1:21:03
$5,000 from Elon Musk, Twitter let the kids stay on Twitter
1:21:09
become famous because he was publishing the location of Elon
1:21:12
jet. And now this kid all of a sudden is tracking and
1:21:16
publishing the location of the Russian jets. You smell a John,
1:21:20
I smell a setup book, spook setup. Shame on you, Elon Musk.
1:21:25
Elon Musk's jet has now shifted to the fleets owned by oligarchs
1:21:30
posting their movements on Twitter. Russia's richest man
1:21:34
Alexei mordashov, now on the EU sanctions list, recently moved
1:21:38
his $500 million super yacht to the Seychelles.
1:21:43
With the writing on the wall, UK based billionaire Roman
1:21:47
Abramovich announced he was selling London's powerhouse
1:21:51
Chelsea soccer team, the profits he said would go to benefit
1:21:55
victims of the war in Ukraine. My guy doesn't want to get
1:21:58
killed. He's like, hey, I'll sell it in any profit. I'll give
1:22:02
it to Ukraine Don't kill me. So now they're caught. So now we
1:22:05
have to confiscate aircraft. There's no European aircraft are
1:22:10
allowed or Yeah, Russian aircraft are allowed it I think
1:22:13
in any airspace now, certainly not the EU, or the US.
1:22:18
So now, you know, the planes have to be confiscated. Well,
1:22:21
this is a problem. Here's Phil, I don't have a clip, Phil
1:22:24
Seymour, President of the Association of European leasing
1:22:27
companies who own most of these aircraft. He says, oh, returned
1:22:32
520 aircraft, okay. If the Russians, you know, they're
1:22:38
leasing them, we have to go get them. So how do they fly in?
1:22:41
They can't leave Russian AirSpace if they're there. And I
1:22:45
have a man let's say it let's see we could have a handover at
1:22:48
Russian airports the lungs would know that that minute the planes
1:22:51
would no longer be Russian. But of course the non Russian planes
1:22:55
not allowed to fly in Russian AirSpace either. So this is
1:22:58
total horseshit. This is all posturing, it's all bullcrap.
1:23:03
And I can prove it. While we'll do one more propaganda clip,
1:23:06
global markets rebounded. But oil prices they continue to soar
1:23:10
and that says new sanctions targeting oil and gas related
1:23:13
equipment were imposed. Some Republicans, though, want the
1:23:16
Biden administration to go even further and cut off oil and gas
1:23:19
imports from Russia entirely. Meanwhile, another impact of
1:23:23
these global sanctions aside from higher gas prices, is
1:23:26
higher jet fuel prices, which means we could all be paying a
1:23:29
lot more for our air fares in the coming weeks and months.
1:23:32
Meanwhile, there's another growing push to sanction
1:23:35
Russia's use of digital currency, which could be used to
1:23:38
get around financial sanctions imposed on the Kremlin. This
1:23:42
morning while I was prepping, I didn't get any clips. Elizabeth
1:23:45
Warren went off while she was talking to Powell, the Chairman
1:23:51
of the Federal Reserve, the Russians are using Bitcoin. We
1:23:54
got a ban all crypto, I mean, Bitcoin immediately drops like
1:23:58
$1,400. Like, and she just went on and she was hammering and
1:24:02
hammering and hammering. And Powell was like,
1:24:05
You got to talk to someone else that you can can get out of
1:24:10
here. So okay, so yesterday while I was driving back from
1:24:12
Dallas had the opportunity to listen almost the entire first
1:24:16
day of
1:24:18
Powell, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the central
1:24:20
bank, which is you know, hey, what?
1:24:24
You can't take a chance like that. Like to fall asleep and
1:24:28
just go off the road and kill yourself to show it'd be ruined.
1:24:32
I was riveted I loved can be powerful. i Yes. Yes. I have I
1:24:38
have a clip to I'll get to the clip in a moment. To all the
1:24:41
Senate. You know, can you can hear they're all kind of asking
1:24:44
the same thing. Okay, so now we've kicked him off swift and
1:24:46
he says, Hey, Swift, that's it. We just do whatever the
1:24:50
government tells us. We're not in charge of Swift. And by the
1:24:53
way, no one's in charge of Swift. It just took a majority
1:24:56
vote which was kicked off by the EU. We already determined
1:25:00
that they're really screwing Russia by cutting off their
1:25:02
central bank, but they've left all of these different avenues
1:25:05
open. Now, again, the patriotic American companies, the
1:25:09
patriotic the Patriots, and I'm talking about Trump patriots and
1:25:13
people who truly believe that we've got to fight for the
1:25:16
Ukrainian people. They will not do business with Russia. And the
1:25:21
SWIFT network being down for them just proves that we Well,
1:25:25
wait a minute, let's talk to Jamie Dimon, maybe one of the
1:25:27
most influential people in the banking world in the United
1:25:30
States. Bloomberg cornered him and asked him about this very
1:25:34
thing. And just talk to me quickly about Swift and what
1:25:36
that means for the global banking industry, if, indeed
1:25:39
these sanctions that have been proposed to follow, there's all
1:25:41
misinformation today, the government's going to decide how
1:25:45
to use sanction, how to use Swift, I don't want to bore your
1:25:47
users. A sanction says I cannot do business with you. A swift
1:25:51
thing says I can use a communication to do business, I
1:25:54
can still do business with you. And there are a lot of
1:25:56
workarounds in Swift. So there are different tools we use for
1:25:58
different reasons. And you know, the banks are talking to the
1:26:01
government. So everyone understands the issues, not
1:26:03
because they're for or against any particular thing on that on
1:26:07
the question. Do you hear what he just said? He said, is bull
1:26:11
crap. He said, I can still do business with Russia. You know,
1:26:15
I can do business with Russia just I can't use Swift to do it.
1:26:17
There's all kinds of workarounds, what your problem
1:26:19
is disinformation or against anything he is not read in. And
1:26:24
we'll wait first follow up on that on the quit for
1:26:28
more don't doesn't always follow the one. financial sanctions
1:26:32
always follow the path you want. So then, you know, people should
1:26:34
be very thoughtful how they go about these things. But then the
1:26:36
question of workarounds to Swift is a very important one because
1:26:40
that seems to be a concern that if an alternative system is
1:26:42
established and against get traction, that can present real
1:26:45
risks to this sort of financial stability and the West can just
1:26:49
stop us from doing it by telling us a sanction is very targeted,
1:26:52
very specific, very clean. And depending how you apply you can
1:26:55
apply that in multiple ways that you can't get around there's no
1:26:59
work around in that kind of sanction. Nor should there be
1:27:01
you know, I'm an American patriot to do with the American
1:27:03
government tells us to do and so I think people worried I think
1:27:07
the more reps with but the unintended consequences, what
1:27:10
countries do hurt when people are going to work around how you
1:27:15
fix that in case you shouldn't remember the government itself
1:27:17
wants to have an open conduit looks like for energy payments.
1:27:21
So they're whole bunch of issues they got to work through. And
1:27:24
this this caulk is standing there going yeah, there could be
1:27:28
some other unintended consequences just screw some
1:27:30
other countries people can eat but you know, and he's there it
1:27:33
is. It is it's JPMorgan Chase conference with no tie two
1:27:38
buttons open like I want to get laid. Yeah, creep. creepy guy
1:27:44
and then this Elma patriot.
1:27:48
So I'm very interested in the Swift thing, because just like
1:27:53
when it comes down to seizing billionaires, yachts and houses
1:27:57
and and not letting their kids go to school, whatever you sell
1:28:01
your football team.
1:28:04
They How can we think that any country will want to be
1:28:09
connected to Swift? If this is what can happen? Everyone's
1:28:13
scrambling to go to. I think it's Cisp SIP Kiska chip,
1:28:19
something like that. It's the Chinese interbank system.
1:28:23
They're you know, they're all talking about, you know,
1:28:25
alternates. It's like, are you crazy? If any other country in
1:28:30
the world is like, well, you know, these eight holes over
1:28:32
there, the new New World Order, they might, they might just cut
1:28:35
off the money and then I'm stuck and cut off my central bank. And
1:28:38
so this this is to destroy it, and take these things all
1:28:42
together, including climate change. It seems to me the idea
1:28:47
here is to make
1:28:52
energy so expensive, that we might not even be able to
1:28:56
produce anything close the factories, I don't know sit at
1:28:58
home, here comes your your universal basic income.
1:29:02
The money is the remember Antonio guttatus. The UN
1:29:07
Secretary General right after Let's kick COVID zazz, he says
1:29:10
transformed the global financial system. I think we're seeing
1:29:13
that in real time it's taking place. Now if you take those two
1:29:16
things, energy's too expensive. We want to go to green economy,
1:29:20
windmills, fairy dirt and all this stuff. And you're you're
1:29:26
weakening the petro. You're weakening the petro dollar, very
1:29:29
dirt. You're weakening the petro dollar. The whole reason the
1:29:33
dollar is the is the reserve currency. You're weakening the
1:29:36
system which people use it. Now we go to the chief of the
1:29:41
Federal Reserve Powell saying hey, can any of this affect our
1:29:45
money our dollar which is supposed to be burqa can that
1:29:49
affect us as the reserve currency of the world we do
1:29:53
benefit from being the reserve currency for the main reserve
1:29:57
currency for the world. And that really
1:30:00
because we have open capital accounts in the rule of law, and
1:30:04
we have inflation, you know, over a long period of time under
1:30:09
control so that the dollar preserve preserves its value.
1:30:14
And so our markets are the most liquid, and it's the place where
1:30:16
people want to be over time.
1:30:20
The question is, if some want to move away from the dollar, what
1:30:24
will be the effect on us? I don't think it's something you
1:30:27
would feel right away over time, they would have to create an
1:30:31
ecosystem economic ecosystem whereby another currency
1:30:35
becomes,
1:30:37
you know, a better a better currency for them to use.
1:30:42
You know, what we can do is we can make the dollar the most
1:30:45
attractive currency by continuing to have the rule of
1:30:48
law and and open capital accounts and make it an
1:30:51
attractive place for people to invest into use in their
1:30:53
businesses. There wouldn't be any short term effect of that
1:30:56
over time, though.
1:30:59
You know, we It would, it would I suppose it would diminish our
1:31:02
our status as the reserve currency, it's also possible to
1:31:06
have more than one large reserve currency, and there are
1:31:11
there have been times when that was the case. And
1:31:15
so it's not really clear.
1:31:17
What did he just say? Did he say, you know, what's weird
1:31:22
about that comment here? I'm glad you got that, by the way.
1:31:25
What is
1:31:28
is,
1:31:29
is what why did somebody in his position, even take this even
1:31:35
this spewed those words? You can't say that. He also from
1:31:39
what I understand him saying, We're gonna raise 25 basis
1:31:44
points in two weeks. I think that's also unprecedented. They
1:31:48
never say we're gonna do this in two weeks.
1:31:51
I've kind of hit around that paints around. Yeah. But but he
1:31:55
said it he says I don't think that was I heard the commentary
1:31:58
on CNBC. They were all flipping out over it. I've never heard it
1:32:00
as Fed chair. Chairman do that. Yeah, they should be flipping
1:32:03
out over what you just play. Exactly. And then for him to
1:32:07
ended kind of bumbling like that. I don't know.
1:32:12
And, okay, this is like this is he's Biden's pick. I mean, came
1:32:16
in repaid ministration repik. But Biden, Biden signed him up.
1:32:20
Why? Why would Biden cite getting him normally you get rid
1:32:23
of that guy, you put a new guy in for your administration,
1:32:25
Biden didn't do that. This guy, this is playing into the hands
1:32:29
of the Chinese, which is what Biden and Biden's working for
1:32:33
China. And if you look okay, now, this is where it gets a
1:32:36
little freaky, I'm going to take you into the world of Theramin.
1:32:39
So the thinking is, I love this, that the Chinese interbank
1:32:45
payment system,
1:32:47
that that and this is so like, 2040 900 compliant, which is
1:32:53
exactly the compliance that XRP has, and ripple. This is going
1:32:57
to be the there's two ways this can go. We We either go with the
1:33:03
total Elite system that locks us down into some vague, I don't
1:33:09
like XRP blockchain is seems always seemed like a mess and
1:33:13
was filled with all kinds of conspiracy theories, or, or are
1:33:17
we perhaps going to revisit NES Sarah? Do you remember this? No.
1:33:23
All right. So I have a just a bundle of SDRs. No, no, no, no,
1:33:27
no, no, Sarah is what was supposed to happen with Trump
1:33:31
and what his plan was we've we've touched on it a couple
1:33:34
times, but I found it a guy a Doctor Young who explains it in
1:33:38
two minutes. It's worth a listen, because this is trending
1:33:41
again. And I've had my eye on this for oh my gosh, maybe 10
1:33:44
years. They've been talking about this. Hi, my name is Dr.
1:33:47
Scott Young. And today I want to talk to you about NESARA. So
1:33:50
we're going to do a series of little tiny videos to explain
1:33:53
different things in Asara does the national economic
1:33:56
stabilization and reformation act. It was actually done by
1:34:01
Clinton at gunpoint. You don't realize that in 2000. It was
1:34:07
supposed to come into effect, and 911 2001, but they killed
1:34:14
it.
1:34:16
And then we have been waiting for year after year because this
1:34:21
this past year or two years ago now. 2020 was supposed to be the
1:34:26
year that we had to deal with this, because we were either
1:34:29
going to see the great reset,
1:34:32
or we were going to see NESARA the great reset, we will talk
1:34:36
about that one mile. I'll hand it up right now. But the great
1:34:39
reset is done by Klaus Schwab and all the idiots at the
1:34:43
Economic Forum. They believe you'll own nothing and you'll be
1:34:46
happy with it. It's just another type of communism and that's
1:34:50
what they're trying to do, including with the with the
1:34:53
idiot Biden administration and realize that NESARA is going to
1:34:59
bring them back
1:35:00
lack of freedom, you have never understood it, we'll deal with
1:35:03
the legal system killing off the bar. It will take care of all
1:35:10
these really gross laws. And the way that they handle it have to
1:35:13
retrain the judges, we're going to go back to a gold backed
1:35:17
currency. So what it does is it shoves the fed off the cliff,
1:35:23
and they have to take care of their own their own debt. So all
1:35:28
of their debts, we don't touch, because we will be on a new
1:35:32
system, executive order 1381813848. Those are two issues
1:35:38
about the the election laws and for those crimes against
1:35:44
humanity. And what happens, those guys have to take it all.
1:35:48
So we have already gotten all this kind of stuff. We have the
1:35:51
Saint Germain fund that has one was 45 zeros after it, and it
1:35:56
will cover all the debts and it's it's almost too good to be
1:35:59
true. And I know a lot of you feel that way about it. But the
1:36:02
reality is, it's coming. So I promise you it's an awesome
1:36:07
thing. Do not be worried about it is coming really soon the RV
1:36:11
the revaluation has to occur, because you revalue the currency
1:36:15
and you go into the new new place, you're going to be
1:36:18
revalued. You're not going to have any troubles. Thanks so
1:36:20
much.
1:36:22
Yeah, there's mud. What? Clears mud. But all these all these
1:36:28
executive orders and the viscera document? I'll check out I don't
1:36:31
know about this. Clinton had to sign it under, under at
1:36:34
gunpoint. The point is, it's unraveling and the global
1:36:39
financial system will be transformed by some group, I'm
1:36:44
gonna have to say I think if I had to bet on it, I'd say
1:36:47
Clausen The boys will do better job than anybody. But it's
1:36:51
coming. It seems like they just want to do some and this is
1:36:54
where, again, we're hearing the central bank, digital currency,
1:36:57
all this stuff is happening. Yeah, I don't see. But do you
1:37:01
but you have to, you have to agree that we, the dollar is
1:37:04
only going to weaken through all of these policies. You can't
1:37:09
take away petroleum. You know, Net Zero has been strengthening
1:37:13
during this whole period that you're talking about. Okay, so
1:37:16
then what is the point? Do you don't you don't think that they
1:37:19
still don't want to use this to
1:37:22
your when you say petroleum is strengthening you talk about the
1:37:25
price of petroleum or what or more usage, the price of
1:37:28
petroleum is over $100? Which is real. What do you what are you
1:37:31
saying? Well, I'm saying that this is all I think I just think
1:37:35
it's it's again, a Buy low, sell high. So the desk grab, really,
1:37:39
you think that it's only about that? Yeah. How about can I just
1:37:44
add to this when we you know, their messaging, there's no
1:37:47
fertilizer, we're coming to a food crisis. Can I just say
1:37:50
that? I'm pretty sure we will be told that it's time to eat bugs,
1:37:55
because of the fertilizer crisis and evil Putin.
1:38:00
I like Well, we've been told to eat bugs for a long time. In
1:38:03
fact, I have a clip
1:38:05
from 1962 1962
1:38:10
talking about eating bugs, and this was in a movie that came
1:38:13
out in 1962. quite famous on if you remember it, but I kind of
1:38:18
do it was called Mondo, Connie. No. And the movies referring to
1:38:22
a the you can find the clip on the list. Yeah, I have it.
1:38:27
And this is the kind of thing that was going on in 1962. This
1:38:30
was like a big deal. I have some thoughts on this as the eating
1:38:34
bugs clip in New York. For the person who likes to spend there
1:38:38
is a famous restaurant, one of the most sophisticated and
1:38:41
expensive in the world.
1:38:44
While the middle class American has to contend himself with a
1:38:47
daily stake. Here, the richer American can gorge himself
1:38:50
heartily on the following delicacies, fried ants, stuffed
1:38:54
beetles, and butterfly egg worms, Ogata, rattlesnake,
1:39:00
muskrat, and so forth.
1:39:03
Here a light lunch cost about $20. But if we take into account
1:39:07
the exquisite rarity of the food to price is generally considered
1:39:11
fair.
1:39:13
I see bugs I want to stomp on them. I want to swap them I want
1:39:17
to read them, bomb them, bomb them and bomb them again. Dude,
1:39:23
so been on this this tip for a long time but it's coming. I
1:39:26
mean we were for phase. Brazil is is the country of the future
1:39:31
and always will be this. And also 15 years we've been talking
1:39:37
about mac and cheese. It is now the number one food group of
1:39:40
America.
1:39:42
It truly is. So I feel by the way that was the call in the
1:39:48
restaurant which is extremely famous in Manhattan.
1:39:55
Oh my goodness. So we're in for a rough ride this there is
1:40:00
The
1:40:01
old thing is a rough ride. Yeah, yeah. But it's a rough ride
1:40:05
something it is. Something is afoot. And they're and they're
1:40:09
doing stuff and none of it is good and they're all lying. All
1:40:14
of them. Yeah, well, we got that part of it right. Yeah. That was
1:40:18
the easy one. She sui nailed the lying part. And with that, I'd
1:40:22
like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning
1:40:24
to you the man who put the C in the currency master ladies and
1:40:27
gentlemen, Mr. John C. Dvorak. Well, in the morning,
1:40:34
in the morning to o ships at sea boots on the ground feet near
1:40:37
yachts in the sea.
1:40:41
yachts in the sea and teams in Chelsea Exactly.
1:40:46
Oh, a second. That's weird. I don't know why I can't bring up
1:40:50
my show notes. Well, in the morning to the trolls. Let me
1:40:52
say that right off the bat, the trolls are in the troll room at
1:40:55
troll. room.io We'd like to
1:40:59
we'd like the trolls, we'd like them to hang out and, and like
1:41:02
him to troll and that listening live. You can do that too. You
1:41:05
can go to troll room.io and you can listen, live on Thursdays
1:41:09
and Sundays. It's a 24 hour stream. It comes from no agenda
1:41:12
stream.com It's worthwhile because you make friendships
1:41:16
that last for forever. Let's count these trolls for a second.
1:41:21
Oh, they're scaring away.
1:41:24
Nah, no, no, no, no, this is not good. I fear that something is
1:41:29
amiss. 2453. We are
1:41:33
down by 400 Trolls. Maybe people don't want to hear the reality
1:41:37
of this Ukraine Ukraine situation maybe they they? They
1:41:42
they heard the last show and they said oh my god, these guys
1:41:44
are carrying water for Putin. No, there's definitely some of
1:41:48
that and maybe 400 People who knows? Well, that's only a
1:41:53
representative of the total audience. We have to will notice
1:41:56
it will note it in the donations when not this week's donation
1:42:00
but next donation because we're while we're not. We don't know
1:42:04
putting don't care about Putin is the Putin Putin. It's like,
1:42:08
who cares? It's just that we're deconstructing a noose in his
1:42:12
head in a way that we have no control over. Yes.
1:42:16
We just deconstruct it's all we did. Did you ever put the
1:42:20
mission statement on the on the website? You know, I don't think
1:42:22
I have. Oh, you should put it on there so people can read it and
1:42:25
realize what we what we're actually up to. We're not
1:42:28
advocates. Oh, we're deconstructors.
1:42:31
deconstructionists. deconstructionist? Exactly.
1:42:35
That's exactly what we are deconstructionist. Exactly.
1:42:40
Now on that, oh, my goodness, by the way, I'm going to express I
1:42:45
was steamed up for a long time and I'm not going to express
1:42:48
myself now. Okay. I feel terrible
1:42:53
about our friendship, because you never found out the Mac
1:42:56
manufacturer those white microphones and I
1:43:02
I feel bad myself and there was another friend of mine who now I
1:43:06
do like that you after 15 years categorize me as friend. That's
1:43:09
nice things.
1:43:11
When you're breaking up with me, that's really nice. I don't you
1:43:16
know, I will get you the brand and everything and I will get
1:43:19
you full by the way in his museum. He has the ruby red
1:43:23
slippers and rush limbaugh's gold microphone.
1:43:27
Oh, you know, this is interesting. You mentioned this
1:43:30
because I was listening to some of the right wing talk and
1:43:32
something the way you know you can get that much debt
1:43:36
microphones and electro voice 20 in AV 20 There has been gold
1:43:40
plated that that factory will do. You can buy that microphone.
1:43:45
So
1:43:47
there's a there's it's it's right people wonder where that
1:43:50
microphone went. And the owner and there's an identifier on it
1:43:54
because it was either Dan bond Gino or somebody else they give
1:43:58
the story when they substitute on Russia show and they knocked
1:44:02
over the pole that whole setup and dented that mic. Oh,
1:44:07
interesting. So if that mic doesn't have a dent, then it's a
1:44:11
phony.
1:44:14
You know, I wonder if Glenn Beck will ever have me back. I mean,
1:44:17
if he hears this episode, he's like, I like curry but I can't I
1:44:20
just can't stand behind that that douche partner of his who
1:44:23
seems to hate me and call me I've enjoyed Glenn Beck problem
1:44:28
I have with Glenn Beck is he's got two sidekicks that he does
1:44:31
on his radio show and then they've gone on to do their own
1:44:33
shows. One of them sounds a lot like Glenn Beck and the other
1:44:39
one sounds exactly like Glenn Beck. Yeah, I know. Because I
1:44:44
listened to his radio show driving up on on Monday. So one
1:44:48
or the other. It's also it. I can't listen to a talk radio.
1:44:53
It's just it's interrupted all the time by commercials. I can't
1:44:56
listen to it. Too much. Oh, no, no, no. Okay, I'm gonna go
1:45:00
tell you the trick of doing it because I do it. Oh, what do you
1:45:02
do? There's about there's five main three boys between three
1:45:07
and five main talk radio stations. On any am band. You
1:45:14
set set them all on the buttons as soon as they go commercial
1:45:16
click to the next one. And usually you'll catch it
1:45:19
especially if you're mixing talk political talk with sports talk.
1:45:23
So you can go back and forth. You never hear a commercial.
1:45:26
They are lured microdialysis five shows at once.
1:45:31
Just just saying, Hey, I already got you your answer.
1:45:35
LeWitt microphones?
1:45:38
Oh, LeWitt Mm hmm.
1:45:42
I'm not familiar with Louis. Do you? Uh, you probably sounds
1:45:45
like you are. I heard of Louis. I think they're one of those. I
1:45:50
think I'm not sure. But I think they're one of those companies
1:45:53
that uses foreign
1:45:57
capitals. And they've been they've, they have high quality
1:46:01
control to keep this sound good. It sounds good on the back show.
1:46:05
Um, see what you sound like. Because you're a to me, you have
1:46:09
a voice that can identify the mic. Yes. And it was odd because
1:46:15
you don't have headphones on which is, you know, it's just
1:46:19
like it's a different although the room was completely dark.
1:46:21
That was nice. But you know, they don't have any white ones,
1:46:23
by the way. So it's definitely custom. And I actually hit it by
1:46:27
accident. I was waving my arms around to the thing goes swaying
1:46:31
back and forth. As like, hold on a second. I just studied the
1:46:35
microphone. Okay, hold on. I can't I can't focus if it's way
1:46:38
in front of me. It's not it's not a handy setup. Really. Looks
1:46:42
cool. Looks cool on TV.
1:46:45
Anyway, how do we get how do we get there?
1:46:49
Just I just interrupted you. I just interrupted you rudely.
1:46:52
Yeah, there we go.
1:46:54
So yeah, so thank you trolls, good. Trolls, please consider
1:46:58
following us at on the fediverse
1:47:02
people are still trying to get into the truth social.com Which
1:47:09
I think as you can is law and you know, this is supposed to be
1:47:12
a fediverse system. So we're curious to see if we will be
1:47:17
able to like follow and subscribe from our own instances
1:47:20
all around the fediverse which would I think really make an
1:47:24
impact on alternative, more decentralized social media
1:47:29
systems, which we have we use it the great thing about it is
1:47:31
there's no algos, that's what's so cool, and you can set up your
1:47:34
own little community and then you can federate with us and you
1:47:37
know, we don't have to be maintaining 100,000 Or a million
1:47:41
accounts and that's you can also follow John John C. Dvorak at no
1:47:45
agenda social calm or Adam at no agenda social calm. Now thanks
1:47:49
to sizzle Tron. As sizzle Tron ever been awarded album art? I
1:47:55
really don't remember. I know, I've seen this stuff a lot. And
1:47:58
I think I may have used it in the newsletter. I don't do not
1:48:01
know for sure. Well, we liked this recently, that's for sure.
1:48:04
We'd like this piece. We looked at several pieces. I think I'd
1:48:07
liked it right away, which is the Putin kind of the Putin flag
1:48:11
smashed mirror bricks. It's what yeah, we style mentioned this,
1:48:16
we have this shed this shatter images, which is, I think in
1:48:20
reference to it shattered images. Yes, we seem we've
1:48:23
picked up two or three of these recently in a row. And they have
1:48:28
said they're modern. It's a modern appeal. It has an appeal
1:48:32
to us as as the as the art directors, yes. At least at the
1:48:38
moment is something that and it's it's it has a sameness to
1:48:42
it but then it done by different art. So it has a difference that
1:48:45
is important. It's just as shatter images of
1:48:49
it's interesting because you don't it's you have to piece it
1:48:52
together in your brain what you're seeing there's free radio
1:48:55
like
1:48:57
and that's a good analogy. That's very good. Very well
1:49:00
done. Yeah.
1:49:03
Let's see what else we looked at.
1:49:07
A couple a couple pieces. And this is all great art. It's just
1:49:12
just it has to hit home for us. You know, it's affected. Kenny
1:49:16
Ben had another one of her paid for clipart pieces that was
1:49:20
pretty pretty you liked which one would you like to want to
1:49:23
running away? A little burglar running away?
1:49:27
No, I didn't know I didn't know I didn't I didn't I didn't say
1:49:30
anything about that. You'd like that. Not me. No, I'd not No, I
1:49:33
say what you liked was the COVID over on deck war whatever on
1:49:39
deck war the exit enterpise that's what you liked, which was
1:49:43
Kenny Ben again? No, you didn't like the Russia money when?
1:49:46
Which one is this? I was just talking about got the tank come
1:49:50
into a door and COVID going out the door. Oh, the little
1:49:53
cartoon. Yeah, I thought that was cute. Yes, I did. Like yeah,
1:49:56
you like that piece and you didn't know I didn't like
1:50:00
I didn't take it really
1:50:02
I just didn't like it I kind of like what I kind of liked was
1:50:06
studio I like boots on the ground you like you like to CNN
1:50:09
studio 33 The little shack Do you like that? Yeah by tanta
1:50:12
Nila shack with a green screen. Yeah. And I also went neck.
1:50:17
Sorry. I use network's green screen deconstruction on the
1:50:22
newsletter because I like that, too. I like the Hall of psyops
1:50:26
Roger roundy muted. Yes. Did you like that? I didn't, didn't do
1:50:31
it for you.
1:50:32
It was
1:50:34
I don't know why just didn't. I'm only just now seeing Darrin
1:50:38
O'Neill's swift piece, which I didn't understand at the time. I
1:50:44
think I was tired after the show. He's got a picture of
1:50:47
Taylor Swift with a with a Russian hat.
1:50:52
SWIFT system. Oh, I know. I know what you meant. I know.
1:50:58
I guess it didn't hit for us.
1:51:01
That's a good P is it is I can't believe we didn't even decode I
1:51:04
didn't recognize it.
1:51:07
Excuse me. It's an atypical picture of Taylor Swift it is it
1:51:12
is. So I didn't read in fact, until you mentioned it. I didn't
1:51:15
realize that was Taylor Swift. But I because I would. We've
1:51:19
used the Taylor Swift. Now we find different things stuff.
1:51:23
He's a she's the kind of girl that would sue you.
1:51:27
For her mind. She might that was not a consideration because we
1:51:32
didn't even catch it. No, it wasn't well, congratulations
1:51:35
sizzle Tron and thanks to all the artists and I see some some
1:51:38
fun ones coming up for for our choice after right after today's
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under attack is one of the few decentralized systems that the
1:52:04
elites do not control. Certainly if we don't have advertising,
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and this was accentuated by a leaked SNL skit, which did not
1:52:13
make it to air. Did you see this? No, I did not. Jon
1:52:18
Mulvaney was on Saturday Night Live. And, you know, I guess he
1:52:24
did he get cancelled or re cancelled over something you
1:52:27
said on the podcast. I mean, it was something he also was in
1:52:30
rehab. And anyway, this was kind of his comeback. So he made a
1:52:32
few snide jokes. There were some jokes about what do you do now?
1:52:37
John Mulvaney? Oh, I'm a podcaster. Now uh, haha. But
1:52:42
they had this skit, and I don't know. Maybe they ran out of
1:52:45
time. I want to play it for you. It's
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it's, it's it. They're basically describing us Joe Rogan and a
1:52:54
couple other people you would recognize.
1:52:57
All right, all right. It's not gonna be the same work anywhere
1:53:00
that you're gonna miss. You guys truly sucks. You're getting
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fired. Just because people can't take jokes anymore. I guess I
1:53:08
should have just deleted my old podcast the moment I got the
1:53:11
promotion. It's just not fair. So now we can't even use the N
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word to describe people anymore. Yes, not. Well, we all chipped
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I'm Phil and we got a ton of stuff to get into today, plus a
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1:54:02
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sports. I mean, when you think about it, I'm blacker than Colin
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Kaepernick.
1:54:12
So funny man, entertainment. If there was a show called whitish
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the left would lose their minds. You're so right. Totally. And
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That's great. Yeah, I they should have aired it.
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Anyway, so there may be some
1:54:38
didn't have the guts to air it because they're maybe they get
1:54:41
some blowback from some podcasters
1:54:44
Oh, yeah. Oh, yes. Well, the half of them have a podcast.
1:54:49
That's kind of the point. That's the funny thing about it. People
1:54:52
always ragging on podcasts and they walk out of their TV studio
1:54:55
and go do their podcasts or Spotify, whatever. Alright, but
1:54:59
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she lost her job. It's in the note somewhere, somewhere. Okay,
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her out for being a douchebag for that. I'm glad I'm glad you
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agree. I think we have to put the douche bag douche bag call
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out in abeyance? Yeah, yeah. It's also kind of rude.
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Anyway, he continues
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I guess you must have thought that I was offering sufficient
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value for the both of us since I continued my monthly
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subscription. I feel pride in knowing that I was offering back
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what value I could in support of the best podcast in the universe
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in January she started a new job and she can once again easily
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afford to contribute to the show. She's been drawing a
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regular paycheck for two months now and must be reminded ever
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douchebaggery you know the whole point of value for value is that
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you nor we can determine the value that someone puts on the
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show or what value what is value to them for her 10 cents may be
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of great value I can't look into her pocketbook so I agree it's
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not a very nice way to pressure someone the only because she's
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been a constant yes she's been a donor and douchebags is really
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only for people who have never donated that's the bottom line
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that's should be in the FAC
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Followed by John's yay Yeah, and throw in a dose of Howling Dog
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it's not the right one.
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Is that what that says? Whale oil beef hooked
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is been one year since I last donated i know i i had a longer
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note with boring shit no one cares about. Yay. Like most
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doctors would say that drive toward, like my lame 43rd
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birthday.
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Three Three, you're on the list and the cut off. They cut off me
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click sorry.
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Vic is stuttering John's daughter. So meta. So farmer
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Todd from Sir farmer Todd from the upper something tie adulting
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to dotun to dotun. He tucks in riddles is is Vicki or Vic on
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the what are these podcasts? I guess. Okay. Lorraine Converse
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333 A Vicki by the way was not on it when I was on. Okay. We
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don't have a note from Lorraine Converse. I don't think do we
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know.
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Okay, Lorraine, send that to us. Travis Rhone in Washington.
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Sedro Woolley 302 dot 80. Well, it should be an interesting
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reason for that number in the morning gentlemen, first time
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then a producer credit. Not just a producer credit and executive
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Rogan was my introduction to podcast but I was later hit in
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You've been de douche. Now that being said I have to call out
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the friend who hit me in the mouth Aaron he
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has a douchebag as I don't believe that he has ever donated
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Well, I hope you're right. I will also call out all those
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I've hit in the mouth as douchebags you know who you are.
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Side note one such call out is from my smokin hot wife Sarah
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Yeah. No. Yeah. No, I don't know why you're saying Yeah. was
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saying no. Yeah, no, no, yeah. Nah, yeah. No, I don't know why
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you're saying Yeah.
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Yeah, no.
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That's a very nice memorial for Sir pop, by the way on Meg
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passed.
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Oh, that's terrible. Yeah. Well, she was 94. So she she did? She
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did get a good run. That's for sure. Yeah, well, once you get
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past 90 You're in the you're in the clear, but I I'm sad because
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I didn't get to see here for the past three years. So that kind
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of sucks.
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Sir shyster from on magd shirt, destroyer of cones, why not? He
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is a first Associate Executive Producer. And he is also from C.
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DRO Woolley, Washington is what is this along with Travis Rhone.
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How about that?
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Huh? My donation today's to ensure that my sister Dame J
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celebration of her birthday in March 3. Thank you for your
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shyster destroyer of cones from Sedro or see drove the willy
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Washington. I'd never heard of this town.
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And the fact that we have two people from this town on the
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same donation saying he's suspicious example that's
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suspicious number theory suspicious.
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Eric last on the list is Erica waltz from Phoenix, Arizona. I
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have no note from her but she did contribute 200 bucks and be
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glad to read that note if it ever comes in or if we can find
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it. I want to thank all these people for contributing to show
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1430 as executive producers and Associate Executive producers
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and making it all possible, and I will read the note from the
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previous episode from Eric Nguyen, which was missing in
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action. He says thank you for your courage. John out in the
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past two and a half years of listening to the best podcast in
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the universe has been rewarding. I've met the best community in
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the universe going to meetups in the Dallas and Austin areas when
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renewing my driver's license at the DMV the other day, my ticket
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number was 333. And he sent a picture of it. It's been two
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years since my last one. So I knew at that moment it was time
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to send in another deal. No agenda donation, add me to the
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birthday list for Monday, February 28. From my 31st trip
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around the sun looking forward to getting my knighthood the
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near future as a push towards a new career opportunity.
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And then he had some jingles and he needs a TPP job karma, which
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we will give him right now. Jobs, jobs, jobs jobs.
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Joe Joe. Karma.
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I should mention there's a PDF file that came in with extremely
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long notary pages. Yeah.
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It's pretty interesting, but it's too long to read it maybe
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we can post it or something. I'm not sure we don't have a
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mechanism. We don't have a person to go with a donation on
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the list. I understand. No, it's just an anonymous note that came
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in Yeah, but Eric No, but I think we didn't get the any
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donation says it's a donation note.
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If you read it, yeah, but we couldn't match a donation to it.
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Was it from
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anonymous? Okay, well, that's that's rather broad.
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You gotta made a anonymous anonymous for whatever you did.
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That must have been a 333. But we don't know where that came
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in. So we'll figure it out. I don't know. I yeah, when we get
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it I'll be happy to post the note it was It wasn't
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interesting note.
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out we hit people in the mouth
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let's see a lot of interest a lot of things here. I guess a
2:13:29
lot of things going on. Yeah, for sure. First of all, I wanted
2:13:33
to do just a little aside.
2:13:36
I've got three clips, and I want to play him one of them's kind
2:13:40
of a dumb clip and I'll play it anyway. I got into looking into
2:13:45
your nut ball idea of gasification ah for my generator
2:13:50
Yes.
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Well, the heck the generator I mean to flatbed forward? Yes.
2:13:56
I'd say yes, for sure. Yes. So I've got three clips that
2:14:00
discuss it. There's also a lot of as it's used to be very
2:14:03
popular. Should I re explain what's going on just to give a
2:14:07
little brief update or is that self explanatory in the clips?
2:14:12
Well, let's play one clip Dynegy clip from the Canadian who who I
2:14:17
only wanted to play because he's got such a thick Canadian accent
2:14:20
I just love it listening to him and then I'll play the good
2:14:23
clips
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or actually let's play let's play to gasification in and I
2:14:30
stopped playing the Canadian right now. Let's play the
2:14:32
gasification intro then then to you and then the other clips
2:14:37
now, gasification is not a new process it was used back prior
2:14:42
to World War Two and deer and more war to in Europe there was
2:14:47
several 100,000 cars and vehicles converted to wood
2:14:52
power. I'd like to think we've added a few extra year points to
2:14:58
it and improved it
2:15:00
quite a bit, I've been involved with wood wood gas about six
2:15:03
years now. And I estimate I've driven on wood, gas and earth to
2:15:09
go around the world six times.
2:15:12
There's a lot of fun. I enjoy it. Alright, so driving on wood
2:15:17
or wood gases, he said, Here's my story. Over the past three
2:15:22
months that I've spent acquiring and having hooked up properly,
2:15:26
my whole house generator which runs on propane,
2:15:30
we saw we've continued to see energy prices go out of control.
2:15:34
I mean, we're now at 290, I think are almost $3 For for
2:15:39
propane, which is quite expensive.
2:15:44
There's a lot of talk about the green people canceling propane
2:15:48
altogether, because it is, after all does burn dirtier than
2:15:52
natural gas, I don't have natural gas hookup here. So they
2:15:56
did all kinds of noise about it. And I think it could get very
2:15:58
expensive or could get cut off or maybe my supplier can give it
2:16:02
to me. And I was talking to Tina, I'm like, I want to have
2:16:05
an additional backup to the backup to the backup. And I
2:16:09
started looking at steam engines because I love steam engine.
2:16:12
Like I wonder you know, steam engine turns out, you got to
2:16:17
have a pretty big engine to get some real power out of it. And
2:16:20
then I remember talking on the show about gasification and I
2:16:24
did a quick search because I remember that people were
2:16:26
driving around in trucks with a big word burning stove on the
2:16:30
back. And the concept is you have a furnace and this is all
2:16:34
just welding and I've already talked to my blacksmith about
2:16:36
it. It's a furnace and then it has a series of tubes and
2:16:40
because of the structure of these tubes and how it warms and
2:16:43
cools and it separates the actual carbon then you have a
2:16:47
long hose and out of this hose comes something called seen gas
2:16:51
and you can stick that right into the carburetor of a
2:16:53
generator or of a car that you still has a carburetor hence the
2:16:59
flat board flatbed forward and then you can power it and so my
2:17:04
guy says I'm talking to him he says oh I was just I was gonna
2:17:07
suggest this to you look at all this stuff and he had all the
2:17:09
same links I had, he said I'm gonna put it on trailer so that
2:17:12
you can then drag it behind trucks will do the hookup for
2:17:16
that as well. So you can always drive and and I have given the
2:17:21
go ahead on this.
2:17:24
Okay, so I looked into it and the thing that it you have to do
2:17:29
some calculations in the second clip says before we get to the
2:17:32
funny Canadian is the gasification details and I want
2:17:36
you to listen to this carefully I don't want to play this clip
2:17:38
yet but I want to but by today's standards of get gasoline is $5
2:17:42
a gallon and your car gets 20 miles to the gallon you're
2:17:45
getting about it's costing about 25 cents a mile with today's gas
2:17:50
prices with today's gas price and if you have to go and even
2:17:54
if it goes gets cut in half is still going to be 12 cents or so
2:17:57
a mile when I was a kid and gasoline was 25 cents a gallon.
2:18:03
If you got 20 miles to the gallon you're getting like you
2:18:06
know 234 cents a mile depending on the gas mileage right? It was
2:18:11
not that much but I wanted this guy this one guy is on YouTube
2:18:17
on gasification the details listen to the what it cost per
2:18:22
mile to drive a car using this crazy wood burner. Okay, this is
2:18:28
this is wood. This is fuel for the truck takes one pound of
2:18:33
wood to get the truck 1.3 miles, so that's 5200 miles per quart.
2:18:42
Now on my farm here I've got all this waste wood that I can
2:18:46
handle. I've got plenty of wood to try to do way with but if I
2:18:52
was having to buy wood here the current market right for wood
2:18:56
here, dollars a cord. That cord would take the truck back over
2:19:01
5000 miles. If I was having to buy wood, I could still travel
2:19:06
for less than a penny penny a mile. Gasification is a process
2:19:11
where we take
2:19:13
biomass wood or biomass and burn it in oxygen restricted
2:19:18
environment. When you burn it in the oxygen, oxygen starved
2:19:22
environment, the byproduct to be water vapor and carbon dioxide.
2:19:28
If you can heat that up those products up to somewhere between
2:19:33
two and 3000 degrees. You'll get a thermal chemical conversion.
2:19:37
That'll change it into hydrogen, carbon monoxide and methane and
2:19:43
test we've done the analysis the gas we usually have about 20%
2:19:48
Hydrogen 20% so yo about 5% methane and the remainder of it
2:19:54
the notch and Ninurta gas the science
2:20:01
That's right one penny a mile yeah Penny MA
2:20:05
and you now but you can control all kinds of stuff in there wood
2:20:08
chips you can throw in corn cobs whatever bales dead cats zombies
2:20:15
now this so this was beak it was a popular mechanism in World War
2:20:21
One World War Two and once the war was over and gasoline was 25
2:20:25
cents a gallon you know the convenience of gasoline is like
2:20:30
it was forgotten I think is like a forgotten technology
2:20:34
especially at a penny a mile I mean if you start people started
2:20:37
thinking about this I think you're onto something but
2:20:40
meanwhile I think most people that are into this are like this
2:20:42
Canadian guy who just kind of is a hobbyist and he just thinks
2:20:46
it's cool and he's got none of the details of this of this
2:20:50
Texas guy that you just heard this is the this is funny this
2:20:54
is the gasification cannot read about it didn't years ago I mean
2:20:58
this isn't new this has been done. This has been done before
2:21:01
a second world war a they used the powered vehicles with with
2:21:08
wood a when there was no fuel over in Germany, France and the
2:21:11
Netherlands and that gasifiers back then it kind of died off
2:21:16
and then back in the 70s kind of come back to life again some
2:21:20
people brought it back and talking about it and do
2:21:23
different things with it and I just got interested in it as I
2:21:26
like to like things to do like this projects and be able to
2:21:29
reject this make some everybody talks about the price of
2:21:32
gasoline and possibly someday the shortage of gasoline and and
2:21:36
any petroleum products and plus the the what it does carbon does
2:21:40
to the environment and I'm just really interested me and so I
2:21:45
like a lot of welding, fabricating and seeing new
2:21:49
things and it works good it's good for enthusiasts be able to
2:21:53
do this and I'd like to see more people get involved with this
2:21:56
none of the parts some of the equipment a lot of the stuff is
2:21:59
built out of actually just built out a junk
2:22:03
all of it of course. I mean the the cooling rails would you see
2:22:06
there as parking silver, I mean, that's all like new exhaust
2:22:09
tubing. What you see there I mean there's a lot more
2:22:12
underneath
2:22:14
in different spots a there's some new stuff in and I don't
2:22:17
know what I've got okay at least at least 15 A's in there that
2:22:21
was cool. Yeah, I like that a
2:22:26
Yeah, yeah. No, I've already have people reaching out to me
2:22:30
Oh, I have the the exact same generator I built a a
2:22:33
gasification system and I can show you exactly what you need
2:22:36
for the connector I have a quick release system so I can switch
2:22:39
one to the other. I'm kind of jacked about it and I'm gonna
2:22:43
get the you know an old truck or something that will that I can
2:22:47
plug it in and I will be driving
2:22:50
now that may be the end of the podcast as you've predicted
2:22:52
because that's how I'm going out
2:22:55
but they may not even let me do it because you know with this
2:22:58
kind of technology I'm pretty sure Woods going to be deemed
2:23:01
racist. burning woods racist man.
2:23:06
Yeah, thank you. I'm glad that one guy has got that he does it
2:23:09
he has a bunch of calculation showing that it's it's a net
2:23:14
neutral. It's carbon neutral the whole process is completely
2:23:18
carbon neutral and the only problem is you don't get the
2:23:21
same amount of horsepower. So I would probably be able to run
2:23:24
the horsepower 60% horsepower cut I believe I've read all the
2:23:28
stuff to the horsepower losses about 30% 40 So you get like a
2:23:33
300 horsepower engine and you put out about 200 horsepower
2:23:37
using this stuff. I mean you lose 10% If you using method or
2:23:41
ethanol at the pumps that have 100% ethanol The only problem is
2:23:45
if I'm if I'm if I'm hammering down 200 Miles 200 horsepower on
2:23:50
my gasification system Tina who's feeding it in the back of
2:23:53
the woods you got to have a special bracket you know the
2:23:55
keeper keeper on the truck.
2:24:00
Feeding the bungee cords baby quarter up their baby. We're
2:24:04
almost an Austin more wood for wood.
2:24:09
She, by the way, I love my wife so much. I told her this and she
2:24:13
just looked at him. I'm like, it's just kind of shook her head
2:24:15
like, okay, whatever you want. Oh, he married a crackpot. So,
2:24:20
what's new what she did
2:24:22
was a discovery. It wasn't it was an endearing way that she
2:24:25
looked at me. Like, you truly are not nuts. But thank you
2:24:29
because now you made me sound less crazy. By playing that
2:24:32
Canadian guy. I sound totally sane now.
2:24:36
Well, the thing is, they used to be a company in San Francisco
2:24:40
that manufactured that this was a popular product. There was
2:24:43
hundreds of 1000s of vehicles did this running on wood and and
2:24:48
we can pick up
2:24:51
beef at KMC cattle in Austin. And while we're driving back, we
2:24:56
can smoke it and grill it on the same system. Yes, there's
2:25:00
There's systems that you can build. And it separates heat
2:25:03
from electricity. I think it's called C, C, E T or something.
2:25:08
There's, there's another design that allows you to also heat
2:25:11
your home with it. Not be smoking the beef. Okay, just get
2:25:16
to get the basics done and you get started going nuts. That'll
2:25:20
be V two.
2:25:23
V two, and I'm putting all I'm going to film it putting it all
2:25:25
on YouTube is going to be dynamite. You're going to make
2:25:28
some internet money finally, it's going to be great. Should
2:25:31
we go ahead a couple. I would couple of things I want to talk
2:25:34
about before we go back to the clips. Okay, cuz I want to do
2:25:37
State of the Union obviously. Yes. And I have a couple. I
2:25:40
don't have state of the union because they do some Buyten
2:25:42
clips. Well, that's a huge do. Let's say right.
2:25:46
Now I'm going to talk about these. This is important. Okay.
2:25:49
It's about millennials. Very important. Always important. I
2:25:52
love the millennials. The new smart millennials. We got him. I
2:25:56
have two to exhibit two anecdotes. I got one from my
2:26:01
daughter who works at a one of these
2:26:06
office offices where you rent office space or whatever we
2:26:09
work. We work situation. Yeah. So we work like company. And
2:26:13
what is she office manager? Yeah.
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So she's got an assistant.
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Oh, and so they have to do some mailings. And so they want the
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girl she's a millennial herself. She's a 20. Something
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millennials is the that group? Yeah. And she asked, Jay, she
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asked,
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Where does the stamp go?
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Oh, on the envelope. Yeah. Holy crap. Was that right before she
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picked up the dial phone and tried to press it? She did. And
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Jay had to actually tell her twice. Wow. Where's the stamp?
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Go again? I forgot.
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Okay.
2:27:00
So that's just something I just put that out. There is something
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to think about. Now. The other one was, Mimi's at the at the
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grocery store up in one of the grocery stores up in sunny
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farms, the name of the place up in the square area of Washington
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and and there's a clock on the wall and as a millennial in
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front of her checking out my fan millennial looks at the clock
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and then asked the
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checkout girl What time is it? Oh, my.
2:27:30
This is like was a ofay hand clock. You know, clock? The
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analog clock. Yeah.
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Yeah, 12 12%. woman, the woman told us to 315 which was set on
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the clock, but she couldn't read the clock. And so Mimi says What
2:27:46
was that all about? And and the checkout counter woman says, All
2:27:50
the millennials say they look at that clock. They don't know what
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to make of it. They asked to ask what time it is all of them.
2:27:56
Yeah. Now we've we've discussed this many years ago that this
2:28:00
was happening. And now it seems like it's completely dumb. And
2:28:03
it's so destructive because you're losing the sense of the
2:28:07
the physics of time of the month, the hours the spinning,
2:28:12
if you believe in the heliocentric model. Of course.
2:28:15
It's much easier to understand the dial of a clock face if if
2:28:20
you believe in flat Earth.
2:28:24
Juice. Yeah, well, that makes a lot of sense. It makes me Well,
2:28:29
no, they're not.
2:28:31
So do you think this mean is that this our educational system
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is failing us is failing in a major way you don't know where
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to put a stamp on an envelope. You don't know what a clock
2:28:42
says? Well, they can't read longhand. They're jumping ahead
2:28:47
they're like you won't need this you won't need this crap in a
2:28:50
couple of years they've been predetermine that through their
2:28:53
own programming through the
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you know the system the funding. You don't know how to write a
2:29:00
check. I mean, this is no joke please John checks they want to
2:29:04
check we're going to Central Bank digital currency in a year
2:29:07
and a half then when he checks no you don't need to know that
2:29:11
you don't you don't need to know how to tell time checkbook what
2:29:14
should do knows we're just writing checks, just writing
2:29:17
checks. It's it's over until
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it's over. Then you don't need to tell time your your
2:29:23
smartwatch will will zap you when it's time to go.
2:29:28
That's the future we're going towards. That's transhumanism.
2:29:33
It's predetermined it's in the cards. The people who were all
2:29:35
in will die that way.
2:29:39
Yeah, yeah. I just thought it was disturbing. But that's not
2:29:42
all millennials. I mean, this that's just not true. I I know a
2:29:46
lot NGOs who know how to tell time and where the Stamkos is
2:29:49
this younger millennials or older millennials, these are
2:29:52
mostly younger.
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