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March 6th, 2022 • 3h 19m

1431: Red Austin

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Your dog's got the shakes.
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Adam curry Jhansi Devora.
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Sunday March 6 2022. This is your award winning keep my
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nation media assassination episode 1431. This is no agenda.
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pining for some Smith months and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas Hill Country here and FEMA Region number 60. In
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the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry.
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I'm from Northern Silicon Valley where we're looking for a no fly
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zone over California. And
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that's a great idea for that. Yeah. Did our heroes Alinsky
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call for that the hero, the hero, the heroes Alinsky? Yeah,
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I gotta tell you, I first of all, my voice is still not
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normal.
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I can't sounds fine. Okay, thanks.
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I'm just complaining a little bit about the long COVID
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effects.
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I think you sure it's yours long COVID
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was long something. I mean, my voice I still can't project like
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the opening is like, and I say to the dog, good morning. I
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can't do that anymore. No, you talk to you. Good morning. Did
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you sleep well. And then my voice skips long, Rona long.
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Anyway, I'm ready to generators all hooked up and working.
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Finally got it all connected.
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Finally. Yes, about it.
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Wow, man. Wow. Oh, wow. It was oh, wow, quite an experience
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getting this thing connected. This is the Generac. It's a 22
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kilowatt. And so we've got the transfer switch, Everything's
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all set up. And I'm like, Okay, let's, let's just do this. And
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so setting up the generator is, is very analogous to setting up
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a printer. Strangely enough. So you have to go through a, an
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initialization menu on the thing itself. And you know, after it
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says what language it says, connect Wi Fi. Like, no, do not
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connect Wi Fi. And then you go through a number of prompts, and
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then it says, okay, serial number. What's your passcode
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passcode? I don't know. So I'm looking around for passcode if
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there isn't this
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done by the installers?
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Well, I installed this part I do myself I wanted to do this
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myself. The installer, the installer was right there, but
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this electrician installer, he says ABS you know, we just turn
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it on you do all that shit. Okay, great, cuz I wanted to do
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it. But so the way these things work, is they want you to
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connect Wi Fi to en and give you the device's MAC address so that
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they can identify your generator, and then they can
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authorize it over the internet. Like No way. So these guys
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literally want to be in touch with my generator.
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The first thing the MAC address comes over the Wi Fi. Yeah, but
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they I'm just telling you they asked for it. So why would they
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ask for it? In other words, they don't know what they're doing.
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Well, they're asking way too much information. So and I call
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them and I got a real nice lady from customer support so I'm not
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hooking this up to what's my passcode and she just was
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laughing Okay, no problem. I have a feeling she gets a lot of
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these calls from people like me Oh, I'm not gonna use your Wi Fi
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connection I want you to look at my generator so finally get that
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all set up
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especially in Hill Country. What do you mean well that's where
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you're all you have right wingers exactly and Wi Fi
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right wingers yes that it's all political John The Freedom
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lovers it's all political as usual the right way so final
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thing so and then comes kind of the surprise you know, these
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things are sleek looking. You know, it's got it yeah, the case
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is kind of modern and everything and then so you flip the power
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off. It still takes about five seconds for the transfer switch
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to hit and then hits in the generator starts and that was
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the surprising I'm looking at this beautiful sleek box and I'm
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thinking you know jet engine type sound No. This is like a
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lawn mower very low. It's a little disappointing. But it
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works full house on the generator can't wait. Can't wait
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for electricity to go out now for me to be that guy.
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It'll never go.
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That's probably right. I don't know. I don't know. We've
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there's a lot of energy prices. Availability. It's getting kind
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of sketchy. And a little sketchy. Before we start what
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else did we have? You ever go? I would never go out. Welcome to
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the listeners of the Glenn Beck podcast which dropped
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yesterday. Oh, they dropped it. That's too bad. I was hoping
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they would put you on.
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And I got a lot of emails. So I'm hoping to see a lot more
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people listening to the show. It this was kind of what I'm
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getting now and responses is probably about 80% Rogan level.
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Which is surprising. sorry, say again.
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So the number of responses I'm getting from the Glenn Beck
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podcast, which I know you didn't watch it. I'd say it's about 80%
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response of Rogen level appearance. Oh, I knew I'd get
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you with something this morning. There it is. Whoo. He's awake.
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Yeah, definitely. Yeah. And it's interesting because I got a
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number of people who then saw it on Blaze TV. And then I think
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once it was on YouTube, that's when that's when people start
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emailing. So welcome and move over Big Pharma. The military
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industrial complex is moving center stage to get their share
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of the crisis. Get out of here with COVID we solve that. Let's
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move on to war. And the propaganda is phenomenal. What a
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great time to be alive. CBS. That is tonight, CBS
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Evening News. I'm Norah O'Donnell in our nation's
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capitol. Have a great weekend and pray for Ukraine.
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Yes. Pray for Ukraine. Holy crap, John, as if the the only
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thing about war is immigrants and refugees. That's all that we
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can see dead. Just trust me. There's all kinds of horrible
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stuff happening but you need immigrants and refugees. That's
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it. The human interest the story, the heartbreak.
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Well, most of my clips are for Marty.
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Yeah, but I'm just setting the stage here.
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Oh, yeah. No, no, that's the same thing with Artie. Actually,
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you know? Yeah, there you go. Right off the bat. He says I
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want everyone to listen because it will confirm what a lot of
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people are thinking, including this email of which I've
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received several different versions. This is from Lucy
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undraw. De and she's already suspicious. She has Lucy
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andrada@fastmail.se Hello, Adam. I'm a huge fan of you from your
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MTV days. Okay, already suspicious. You are charismatic
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and inspiring individual who commands respect of your peers
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in the entertainment industry.
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already written like a like bull crap. Recently,
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I tuned into the puppy state podcast of the no agenda show
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dated February 27. And was quite disappointed with the content
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relating to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. You seem to be
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propping up the Putin regime in Russia? At no point did you
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decry the mass slaughter of civilians by fastest Russia's
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student bank title being undertaken in Ukrainian cities?
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You're a horrible man. It doesn't say that. But go blah,
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blah, blah. The world is watching your coverage is
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watching your coverage on the no agenda show. Oh, they're
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watching. It was unlikely it would be right watching. Yeah,
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it would be a sad outcome if you retain your pro Putin posture
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and consequently lose your platform. Is that a threat? You
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are in a position to influence minds we must all be united in
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the face of unadulterated evil unleashed by Putin. Stand with
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the global community and denounce Russian aggression on
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the people of Ukraine. Encourage your viewers to contact
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politicians and advocate regime change within Russia. Okay, just
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stop. Don't Don't send me these anymore. But this this the last
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time this happened was as a mailing list. Always. Of course
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it but sophisticated because they've got the episode number
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the day the name of the podcast, the MCU and the mailing list,
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the MTV partner, okay. Anyway, so. So that's the problem. And I
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man, I'm getting pushback everywhere. When I say look, I
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see this as I see this a little differently. And people are now
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completely SIOP. You know, this like COVID ended, that's done
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just done there's it's done. It's over nothing to say No, put
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it Anthony Fauci is disappeared. for reasons we'll discuss later.
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It's All Over all it is is the humanitarian crisis that's all
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there's nothing else. So this is the vault This is an operation
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against the people of the world.
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First of all the letters a hoax. Which letter to when you read,
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I mean, a hoax. It's a propaganda it's a
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hoax. It's not anyone who's watching the show that we don't
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even know that person exists. No, that's what I'm talking
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about watching no agenda. They don't even know it. So this is
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it. Only
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this is the this is the technical experts. This is
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Hillary Clinton's gang.
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It's somebody. I think it's Ukrainians.
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Hello, Hillary Clinton's gang. Thank you.
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Maybe. Well, yeah, this kind of note is annoying. Oh, I'm sure
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everybody gets them.
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It's not really annoying. It's just it's just interesting that
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well, let's just go through some I just have some quick clips
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here. Go through something. All we
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do is deconstruct news stories. That's all we do. We can't take
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sides. Well, but absolutely sucks. Okay, fine.
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Everybody's lying Putin. I know Putin may be in on this. We
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still don't know. But there's all kinds of all we need to
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focus on, according to the mainstream media is the human
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tragedy, human tragedy, and we have all kinds of great ways of
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doing it and forces seize control of
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a major city in Ukraine for the first time since the war began
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stepping up their bombing campaign, massive new
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explosions, apartment buildings, schools, and even a brewery
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destroyed.
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I mean, they just like, let's throw in the brewery story.
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Okay, that'll piss everybody off. Can't believe it. The bomb
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and breweries over there
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the prob the brewing company switched from making craft beer
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to craft ballistics says director terrorists
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we need to to make sure we are ready.
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The brewery is also forging hedgehogs sharpened steel beams
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that can stop tanks dead in their tracks.
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So maybe that's why got bombed I don't know if it was at the same
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brewery. If the brewery so in the first story, it's they
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bombed a brewery and Dennis Well, the brewery was making
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Molotov cocktails.
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There's a number of these memes stories a six year old. Yep. A
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bombing the nuke.
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Oh, yeah. Where's that? Well, that that comes up later than
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nuke. Because that's part
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of this energy summer, these kind of stock stories that keep
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cropping up over and over you listen to Hannity. And you get
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you get to hear
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this every show. This is what you were talking about the new
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Jeremy, how concerned are you now that Russia has control of
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this nuclear plant? It's the biggest in Europe, they can just
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shut it down and put the whole region in the dark. Yeah,
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actually,
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their attack on these nuclear facilities are kind of a twofer
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for the Russian Federation. Stephanie, first, they can
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obviously turn the lights out as you referenced, they can
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debilitate large regions of Ukraine. But second, as we saw,
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when they rain fire down on that facility, they can effectively
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create a dirty bomb of a nuclear power plan. Think about that. If
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the winds blowing a certain direction, and they assess that
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there's a great danger to Europe, they can basically hold
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the entire European continent hostage by threatening to hit
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one of these targets.
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Why not one to me again? dirty bombs. That's a new one.
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Okay, Stephanie Ruhle? Is that really new for her? Dirty Bomb?
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She's never heard this before. She's been in the news business
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for 15 years. Hmm. Okay, run that by me again. So we can
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really scare people. That's a good idea. Let's do a little
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mini cut of the of the refugees. Mind you these refugees are not
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refugees that Europe has ever had before. Poland has, in fact
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refused Muslim refugees. But luckily, they aren't. These are,
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you know, decent people. This is not a developing third world
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nation. This is your
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these are prosperous, middle class people. These are not
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people trying to get away from areas in North Africa. They look
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like any European family that you would live next door
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to what could be a difference here from other conflicts, you
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know, that's could seem very far away, you know, in Africa,
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Middle East or whatever. I mean, these are Europeans that we're
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seeing being killed.
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This isn't a place with all due respect. You know, like Iraq or
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Afghanistan, you know, this is a relatively civilized, relatively
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European, I have to choose those words carefully to city where
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you wouldn't expect that or hope that it's going to happen.
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Isn't that interesting? This is this is the mainstream media and
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they're saying these things that sounds pretty racist to me.
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Yeah, no kidding. And it's interesting, as I've been
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listening to as much as possible in the United States, the
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reporters on the scene are British. This was all British or
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European media. And they have American voices it's really it's
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I don't know if they're notice the the opposite happening. But
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it seems like they're using the American reporters and, and
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people on the scene Yeah, I It's this this whole thing is so
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wrong. Here's here's what you open with today. Tonight, the
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major breaking news as we come on the air Ukraine's President
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Zelensky pleading for help today on a call with members of
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Congress as overpowered Ukrainian forces hold off the
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Russian army. So Lansky asking US lawmakers to close the skies
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or give us planes as Russia's barrage of Ukraine reduces
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cities and towns to rubble.
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Oh, yay. Ladies and gentlemen, it is time to Rob Yeah,
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it's the place
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so now they've combined the two stories of the no fly zone and
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the nuke.
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Tonight as Russian munitions continue to light up Ukrainian
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Skylines this fireball exploding over churna Kiev, Ukrainian
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president Volodymyr Zelensky, asking the West for more
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firepower. So Lenski holding an hour long video call with more
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than 300 Members of Congress and he'll staff saying he needs more
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help to fend off Vladimir Putin's invaders, pleading for
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more lethal and military aid and the establishment of a no fly
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zone over his country. What's at stake is summed up in this new
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video from inside a control room of the biggest nuclear power
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plant in Europe as it was being attacked by Russian forces. In
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the video released by the energy company, you can hear that voice
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on the PA system.
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Begging Russian troops to immediately stop firing, you are
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endangering the safety of the entire world. Now it's really
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fascinating to see how's the Lenski is being molded into this
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hero and it reminds me continuously of shock villi who
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was the president of Georgia? When it was the exact same
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scenario Russia attack? No, it was the Georgian army who
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attacked separatists. And then that guy was he was a hero too.
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And he memory had the the model the Dutch model wife, and he was
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on all the media and then he went insane start eating his tie
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on television and went berserk and I know he may be in jail. I
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even know where he is. And now of course we know that Russia
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was not the aggressor, or the instigator in that. This feels
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so much like it. You have that? Do I have what do you have that
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feeling like this is kind of the Georgia situation.
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I've said from day one that the Georgia thing lasted 17 days.
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And this is modeled exactly after it. I've always thought it
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was just a copycat of the Georgia is not your way. How
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many
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days are we in now? We'd like day 1312 12 Let's give the the
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Zelinsky backstory is this hero who's decided to stay and fight
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for his nation and take calls with congressmen and senators
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Ukraine's President Vladimir Zelensky is being hailed as a
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new Winston Churchill. They're choosing to leave his country
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even as the bombs rained down. You're sending words of
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inspiration to his people. Reduces. Alinsky started out as
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a comedian performing stand up. He went on to make movies often
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playing an every man. Ukrainian Steve corral even won the local
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version of Dancing with the Stars and voiced Haddington
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colleagues below as far as Ukrainian version of the
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blockbuster film. He created and starred in a hit comedy series
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about a Ukrainian high school teacher who improbably becomes
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president. He's pivotal isn't again. And that led to Vladimir
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Zelensky. At age 41, in probably becoming president in real life,
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more than 70% of the vote.
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is interesting that you know, Trump is also a television star
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rock
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star, but 70% of the vote. Yeah.
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But this guy No, he's he's the guy, The Atlantic magazine.
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Here's their headline how's the Lenski gave the world a Jewish
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hero. But now we've added another little element to it. As
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the Ukrainian president captivates the world with his
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bravery he offered he offers a reminder of the inroads Eastern
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and Central European Jews have made in overcoming their status
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as perpetual outsiders. I mean, this is really this is
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unbelievable to watch.
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That might. Sorry. So my son's contacted you who has Oh, grand
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contacts, he says it's interesting. That Zelinsky TV
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production team, all of them, executives, that entire group.
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Did you know he's some he's got some company name. They're all
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Head of State Security in Ukraine now. You go from TV
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production to state security.
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Ooh, that's kind of cool. Love how that works?
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Yeah. Hmm.
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only have a couple other things before we can get to what you're
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looking at. I think these are the most prevalent clips. So
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link links out. I said Lindsey Graham and I immediately got
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punished. Lindsey Graham came out, he put it in the newsletter
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with an asinine statement which he might regret as
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this war rages on, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham
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caused a stir by suggesting Vladimir Putin should be
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assassinated.
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The only way this ends, my friend is for somebody in Russia
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to take this guy out. Does the
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White House have any take on that statement? Is it helpful at
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this point? That
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is not the position of the United States government and
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certainly not a statement you'd hear from come from the mouth of
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anybody working in this administration?
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And it wasn't just the administration lawmakers on the
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left and the right quickly disavowed any talk of
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assassination. The fear is Nora that if Vladimir Putin feels
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personally threatened, he might be tempted to lash out
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militarily?
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He already has, you might go nuts. You know, he's got a brain
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tumor. He could he could flip the switch blow us all up.
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Lindsey Graham, you know, it's interesting to see people
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tweeting now about Victoria Nuland, I'm pretty sure they
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listen to the best podcast in the universe like oh, yeah, she
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was the putting everybody in the previous government there and
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Ukraine in 2014. So let's remind everybody of something else.
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2016 John McCain and his bestest buddy, Lindsey Graham, were
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speaking to an unidentified brigade of troops in Ukraine.
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And here's the short bit Your fight
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is our FY Washington advances in national budget. 2017 will be
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the year of offense. If you could
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recall, not all of
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us will go back to Washington. And we will push the case
22:02
against Russia
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live supercontinent. My daughter said to me, Buddha ma Hristova.
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Thankfully, procuracy
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enough of a Russian aggression.
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Wow. But now that I hear that this is 2016. And he says, we'll
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go back to Washington and we will push the case for Russia.
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Sounds like Lindsey Graham might have been part of the Russia
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Russia gate hoax.
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If you remember when he started off, he was an anti Trumper.
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Debt. Correct. And then he switched your deck
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after McCain dropped dead? Yeah, in more ways
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than one people voted them with a delayed response
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to see enough of a Russian aggression, go to Germany
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services, it is time for them to pay a heavier price.
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Chances are in this particular virtual casino, I believe
22:52
you will win, I am convinced you will win. And we will do
22:56
everything we can to provide you with what you need to when
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you have a beautiful ship of
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venerate the emotion or the quality of it, but it wasn't
23:06
that you move on with the sea mountains it was.
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So pretty, pretty lofty words from Lindsay and John McCain.
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Just to remind everybody that this this was a long time coming
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probably Trump, again, annoying for the elites didn't want to do
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it or door just blocked it or they didn't even bring it up to
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him didn't want to entertain it. And I'm not sure I cannot see
23:30
the insignias This doesn't seem like a command headquarters
23:33
seems like more a field like a forward operating base where
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they were two might have been the AES off battalion. I'm not
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sure did pick up this quick interview of one of the AES off
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battalion with NPR. Now these are the so called Neo Nazis I
23:53
believe they are who are not an official part of the military
23:59
but have now been made member of the the guards or the like the
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National Guard in Ukraine. And they were initially you couldn't
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post anything about them on Facebook and now Facebook has
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overturn that to some degree. So their their their word is
24:18
getting out and NPR decided to provide them some cover.
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So let's talk about the Azov Battalion. That regiment has a
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reputation for having the fiercest fighters in Ukraine.
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The paramilitary is credited with recapturing the southern
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port city of Marissa Paul from Russian separatists in 2014. And
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despite their neo Nazi affiliations, they were folded
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into Ukraine's national guard. Groups like this are what Putin
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uses. When he tries to paint Ukraine is rife with Nazis. It's
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part of his justification for invading Andriy bristles when
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our producer Graham Smith asks about a symbol he's wearing,
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so I can't help but notice the patch on your shoulder. I think
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it's a patch that's associated deal with kind of a right wing
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political movement. Don't say this. What's the name of it? Kim
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will say that
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he won't say war. But people don't always ask questions about
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who's coming to defend them. And it seems like a lot of people
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are coming
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from Bill's question clergymen putting most of them come from
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United States and Germany, Switzerland. We have America,
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also because I know we
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are on their way. How many Americans would you say are in
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your group? You can say, I have to ask, is there any concern to
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have so many foreign fighters coming to Ukraine that you don't
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know who they are? Why they're coming? How do you check them?
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Don't say this is a really riveting interview from NPR. All
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you have to say is I can't can't can't talk about this. I can
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talk about this. Okay, got it. Let me ask you the next
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question.
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Well, there's no doubt that the nobody's covering this like we
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are.
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What you got for me.
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I got a bunch of stuff. A pile, including the show this morning.
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I was watching meet the president Blinken was on a blink
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and hit. And Blinken was dancing like a fanatic because Chuck
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Todd kept pushing him for the no fly zone.
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Oh goodness, that guy's another warmonger or they're all bad.
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But I got to but yesterday I got these two different reports that
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kind of very one is blinking, blinking report on NPR. This is
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worth listening to and then we'll go to the rt version.
26:39
Secretary of State Tony Blinken says the Biden administration is
26:42
asking Congress to allocate almost $3 billion in additional
26:46
humanitarian aid to Poland to help it accommodate the hundreds
26:49
of 1000s of people who have arrived so far fleeing violence
26:53
in Ukraine. The results reports Blinken is in Europe, shoring up
26:57
international opposition to Russia's invasion Secretary
27:01
Blinken says Poland has stepped forward with generosity,
27:04
leadership and resolve in welcoming refugees from Ukraine,
27:07
which could number a million by the end of the weekend. Poland
27:10
is also hosting the US embassy from Kiev, which moved
27:13
temporarily for safety reasons Blinken will travel from Poland
27:17
to Moldova, another neighbor of Ukraine where there's a lot of
27:19
nervousness about Moscow's intentions. Meanwhile, Blinken
27:22
visited a welcome center for refugees near the border with
27:26
Ukraine and Paris Eric Westervelt reports the UN relief
27:29
agencies as most of them are going to neighbor in Poland and
27:33
more keep on coming.
27:36
Not gonna stop
27:38
you know, the funny thing is they promote the Poland thing
27:41
never mentioned Hungary is doing the same thing ever, I think
27:44
ever talk about it, but I think that's Hungary. I was gonna lie,
27:48
I think Well, I think I think it's because Poland refuse all
27:51
immigrants for the past 20 years to know. We're not going to take
27:56
your the Muslims in Hungary did to paint should they refuse them
28:00
as well? Right? Yeah, yeah, I guess they did.
28:02
Their words. Mm hmm. That's because our bond is persona non
28:08
grata. Right.
28:08
He's a douche. Exactly.
28:10
So let's don't give him any credit. Okay. And also Tucker
28:14
Carlson keeps talking about Hungary. That's that.
28:17
Oh, no, no, we can't do not mention Hungary, Hungary.
28:20
Hungary was the pre cancel to Russia's cancellation. We should
28:23
have known. Yes.
28:25
Here's the same report. A similar report from Artie
28:29
Blinken in Ukraine
28:30
now less than a day after Ukraine's President slam NATO
28:34
for its quote, weeks,
28:35
did he say slammed? Has this made it across to to all corners
28:40
of the universe is this
28:42
now less than a day after Ukraine's President slamming
28:45
NATO for its quote is the US Secretary of State travel to the
28:50
Polish Ukrainian border to show support for Kiev, Ukraine's top
28:53
diplomat in turn demanded fighter jets and hinted that the
28:56
blood of civil aliens maybe on those who refused to play the
29:00
entire world
29:02
stands with Ukraine.
29:04
Just as I'm standing here, in Ukraine, it's no secret that the
29:09
highest the highest demand that we have is in fighting jets
29:15
attack aircrafts and air defense systems. If we lose the skies,
29:21
there will be much much more blood on the ground. And I don't
29:25
want anyone to share responsibility for their blood.
29:30
Yeah, this this is weird because it doesn't seem to be a huge
29:34
aerial assault. And the promise that they got back was even
29:42
weirder, if you don't mind. We'll just play this this quick
29:44
clip and like tell me what's weird about this
29:46
appearing over zoom before nearly 300 US lawmakers.
29:50
Ukraine's President pleaded for more military aid.
29:54
President Solinsky made the case for Ukraine. Don't let them
29:58
exterminate us
29:59
Congress Mike Quigley, a co chair of the Ukraine caucus says
30:03
Alinsky. His message was blunt, we need air support,
30:06
either close the skies or give us the planes one way or the
30:10
other. Because, you know, the battle is often one in the air.
30:17
And he he made it clear that that seems to be critical right
30:20
now.
30:21
But what Ukraine needs is Russian made makes an aircraft
30:25
its pilots are trained to fly
30:27
their planes available by NATO nations mix that the planets can
30:34
fly there waiting to be delivered.
30:39
I was unaware that other countries had MiGs in Europe.
30:43
Yeah, the Polish do, huh. But let's listen to this very
30:51
interesting little explanation about the complexities of this
30:54
bowl crap. Again, it's an arty. And again, it's by one of the
31:00
there's a bunch of con What do you call it with someone who's
31:03
been kicked out and
31:05
persona non grata?
31:09
That's our
31:11
there's a bunch of emeritus kicked out and you deserve it.
31:14
No, that's
31:15
not. emeritus doesn't mean that. It would be I didn't know. Rap,
31:20
not rebels, not outliers, or some other word I'm looking for.
31:24
But there's a shitload of these people on RT, including Dennis
31:27
Miller has a show.
31:29
Yes, yes. Yes. Who were expelled? No.
31:33
Kind of yeah, they're kind of the ostracized. Shatner has to
31:38
show ostracized, excommunicated, ostracized. There you go. So
31:43
this guy Scott Ritter used to be on the regular TVs. He's a, I
31:47
think X mill, intelligence intelligence agency. There's a
31:51
bunch of these guys on RT from our side, but they can't get a
31:54
voice out. So they're over an RTS picking him up and let them
32:00
talk. I
32:00
don't think it's I don't think it's they can't get their voice
32:03
out. Because anyone can do a podcast, they actually want to
32:06
get paid. This is all they do.
32:09
Yeah. Should they do? And, and well, they should, if, you know,
32:15
because most people can't make money in a podcast. So let's
32:21
listen to Scott Ritter's analysis of this giving them
32:24
more we're going to skip. I think he skips past the idea of
32:28
a no fly zone, which is ludicrous. I
32:30
mean, that would that would mean no, because that's just you
32:33
know, but he's
32:33
doing that. But here's the problem with shipping the planes
32:37
over listen to this
32:38
former US Marine Corps Intelligence Officer Scott
32:42
Ritter told me the issue of providing Ukraine with fighter
32:44
jets is not as simple as it sounds there.
32:46
Maybe there's a secret plan that that only he's aware of. But you
32:52
know, I don't mean to be facetious, because this, this is
32:55
a horrible war. And I don't mean mean to make light of it. But
32:59
the fact remains that the Ukrainian Air Force that, you
33:04
know, had existed, operated out of fixed bases, where you had
33:09
logistics facilities, maintenance facilities, you had
33:12
trained pilots, trained logistical people, you had fuel,
33:16
you had armaments, you had the infrastructure necessary to
33:19
sustain this, and this has been eliminated by the Russian Air
33:24
Force. For the most part, I My understanding is, every now and
33:27
then a Ukrainian plane takes off. Right, right to to inject a
33:33
new, a new Air Force, which is pretty much what the foreign
33:36
ministers asking for one, you'd have to source the aircraft.
33:41
Where are they coming from? And to provide aircraft to how are
33:45
you going to deliver them because the moment the aircraft
33:48
cross over into Ukrainian airspace, they become legitimate
33:51
targets of war, who's flying them? Ukrainian pilots? And are
33:56
they armed, because if they're armed when they crossed the
33:59
border, a case can be made that the basis they took off, and
34:03
therefore part of the part of the fight? So I just don't see
34:09
this as being anything more than the rhetoric designed to
34:16
embarrass NATO or embarrass Europe. But there's literally no
34:21
realistic formula that I can think of that has combat capable
34:27
aircraft, entering Ukraine, and being able to participate in a
34:33
meaningful fashion in the ongoing combat operations.
34:38
Well, that's interesting. You think maybe they're trying to
34:40
goad Poland into doing it?
34:45
Nobody knows. But I think people are the NATO people. The smart
34:49
money's gonna get sick of this after a while talking about that
34:54
kind of goading this or that people getting sick of stuff. Yo
34:58
it happened and you had that Clip he couldn't play because it
35:01
was so bad. of Bo Joe being
35:04
yes assaulted by the the World Economic Forum so called
35:08
journalist.
35:08
Yes, yes, that person or somebody like her showed up in
35:12
Poland because Beau Jo's there
35:14
Mm hmm. And Kamala is coming next week.
35:17
Oh that
35:18
she gets she gets another shot at it saving the world.
35:22
So here's Bourgeault in Poland this yesterday with another
35:26
Ukrainian stooge,
35:28
Prime Minister was in Warsaw today in the capital of Poland.
35:31
And he was questioned about the situation, a rather emotional
35:35
question coming from Ukrainian journalists,
35:38
and Ukrainian people are desperately asking for the best
35:41
to protect our sky. So you're coming to you're not coming to
35:45
Prime Minister, you're not coming to leave? Because you're
35:49
afraid.
35:50
I see that my family members, that my team members, I'd say
35:54
that we have cried. Rob. This is what is happening. Prime
35:59
Minister. Thank you. Thank you very much for your questions.
36:05
And when you talk
36:06
about the the no fly zone, unfortunately, the implication
36:10
of that is that the the UK and will be engaged in, in shooting
36:17
down Russian planes will be engaged in direct combat with
36:23
Russia. That's not something that we can do or that we've
36:28
that we've envisaged. That's a good catch. It sounds just like
36:31
her. And that's a beautiful example of controlled
36:34
opposition. Yep, that is beautiful. And she cried again.
36:42
Yeah, yeah, that's good. Yes. Whatever you do pray for
36:48
Ukraine, because that's the only thing wrong with the world at
36:51
this moment.
36:54
So let's go to this back to our tea. And this is a series of
37:00
explanations for what's going on in this in this first clip,
37:05
which is explanation ending with a 2007 Putin commentary.
37:12
And as the dramatic scenes in Ukraine, keep on folding, many
37:16
are trying to wrap their head around why all this is happening
37:19
in the first place. Here's some explainer of the routes.
37:23
Mainstream media narrative is self evident, you could be
37:26
forgiven for thinking that this conflict began last week. But
37:30
the timeline leading to this conflict is longer. In the short
37:33
term Western states weaponized Ukraine on Russian borders,
37:37
explaining it as a response to Russian military maneuvers on
37:40
its own territory
37:42
later has started exploration, tech, Military Technical
37:46
exploration of Ukraine now, it's not possible for us to Swellow
37:51
you'll see that there is no space for us to drill, there is
37:55
just only a Russian Federation,
37:56
Moscow's request for security guarantees from the US and NATO
37:59
were numerous. Their concerns seemed reasonable, at the very
38:03
least, halting the military alliances relentless expansion
38:06
to Russian borders, and the deployment of missile systems
38:09
and other military infrastructure in the region.
38:12
The requests fell on deaf ears, mother,
38:16
NATO moves its forces to our state borders, while we strictly
38:19
fulfilling the agreement do not react to these actions in any
38:23
way. I think it's clear that NATO's enlargement process has
38:26
nothing to do with modernizing its alliances or ensuring
38:28
security in Europe. Does
38:30
your back hurt from your way from carrying all that water for
38:35
Putin with these clips? That's what you're gonna get.
38:41
I'm just playing clips. Mm hmm.
38:43
Yes. From the propaganda. That was 2007
38:47
Putin's notice that they were starting to move
38:50
in. Yeah, yeah. That's how it's been going on even longer. But
38:52
yeah, that's a good clip.
38:55
So here's what he says in two. second clip is just as little
38:59
short comment of what he said in 2022. It
39:02
is precisely the central concerns of us that were
39:05
unfortunately ignored and the responses received on January
39:08
the 26th, from the United States and NATO.
39:11
Yeah, same issue.
39:14
Now, so let's go to clip three, which discusses the promises the
39:19
broken promises we made after the fall of the Soviet Union.
39:25
Washington was adamant in its firm support of NATO's open door
39:28
policy, even though the apparently defensive alliance
39:32
was from the very outset aimed against Russia back then the
39:35
USSR
39:37
so if Kremlin's aim is to have less NATO on its borders it will
39:44
only get more NATO
39:46
this appear to be 180 degree turnaround a formal agreements
39:51
just
39:53
back it up that guy that said that you've they want less NATO
39:57
they're gonna get more Yeah, yeah. That was The head of NATO.
40:01
Well,
40:01
yes, was that Stoltenberg? Yeah, I
40:03
think so. Yeah.
40:03
So if Kremlin's aim sounds like is to have less NATO on its
40:09
borders, it will only get more NATO.
40:13
This appear to be 180 degree turn around a formal agreements.
40:17
Here's a map of NATO members in 1990. And in 2022, so the
40:23
promises were broken, not once, not twice, but 14 times. That's
40:29
how many countries have become NATO members since the 90s. Yet
40:33
now, NATO and co chaired on by the mainstream media pretend
40:36
like they were no promises at all.
40:38
I would like to state once again that neither the Two Plus Four
40:41
agreement, nor the NATO Russia Founding Act contained promises
40:44
to Russia, that NATO would not expand to the east. The two plus
40:48
four agreement does not mention this issue at all. And any
40:51
statements to the contrary do not correspond to reality. Is
40:54
that
40:54
written down? Where is that promise written down?
40:57
It's actually right here, the minutes of a march 6 1991
41:01
meeting in Boston, political directors of the misuse of the
41:05
US, UK, France and Germany.
41:08
We have made it clear during the Two Plus Four negotiations that
41:11
we would not extend NATO beyond the L. We could not therefore
41:15
offer Poland and others membership in NATO.
41:17
Is it any surprise then that Moscow has become distrustful?
41:21
All I wanted was a document with legally binding security
41:24
guarantees, but it seems that the West was never interested in
41:27
this. The same way it was never interested in keeping its
41:30
promises to force Ukraine to implement the Minsk accords. He
41:34
have pledged decentralizing reforms to provide border
41:38
autonomy to the eastern regions that declared independence in
41:41
2014. Instead t have launched what are called an anti
41:45
terrorist operation in the breakaway republics.
41:49
Yeah, there was the Treaty on the final settlement with
41:52
respect to Germany. The two plus four.
41:55
Yes, that's when it that's when it all began. Mm hmm.
41:59
That was 1990. And that makes sense that well, you have one
42:03
more clip, right?
42:04
Yeah, they cut. They cut Germany loose and with these promises
42:08
that were never fulfilled. Yeah, the last one is called guilt
42:12
trip because one of the things that we're starting to witness
42:15
or we've been witnessing is Ukrainians guilt tripping us.
42:19
And here we go.
42:20
The fact that over 14,000 people were killed in the Donbass since
42:24
2014, didn't seem to concern or to be noticed by the
42:28
international community. The West also closed its eyes to the
42:32
fact that many of the volunteer battalions accompanying the
42:34
Ukrainian military in their fight against the rebels had
42:38
nationalist backgrounds. After years of stalemate and suffering
42:41
the Donbass Republic's requested Russia's help in putting an end
42:45
to what they perceived as Ukrainian military aggression.
42:49
Russia sees their military operation as a defense of these
42:51
people. Of course, the Western narrative is one of aggression,
42:55
despite their own military interventions in Iraq, Syria,
42:58
Afghanistan and Serbia. To name just a few.
43:02
Yeah, hey, guys do this all the time.
43:08
We came he saw he died.
43:10
So going back in time 1990, the wall came down East and West
43:16
Germany reunify the the very moment of this agreement, the
43:19
Two Plus Four talks and the final settlement treaty with
43:23
regards to Germany, who was around at that time, and you you
43:27
pegged it on the last episode, our buddy George Soros, and he
43:32
has a quick clip of him speaking at the Asia Society find a think
43:37
tank. And well, he was he was quite, quite seems like he was
43:42
quite involved
43:43
in the Soviet Union. The Soviet Empire collapsed as the Empire
43:50
collapsed, moved in and picked up the pieces first in Hungary
43:58
in 1984. And then Poland in 87, China in 87, as well. And so
44:10
this is how the this was the source Empire replacing the
44:19
Soviet Empire
44:23
Wow, yeah. I'm thinking he's running the 1990 playbook again.
44:30
For himself at least.
44:32
Well, the Russian ruble is a great play. Yeah. I mean, that's
44:37
the collapse that thing to nothing and then you just buy
44:40
it.
44:41
That seems to be the way he does things. Yeah, but he's good at
44:45
what he said. I moved in. Yeah, I moved in in Hungary and I
44:49
moved in and the Soros empires
44:52
more power. He's got a clue. They kicked him out for good.
44:54
Yeah.
44:55
This is the Soros Empire is more powerful than the Russian
44:58
Empire. Okay.
45:02
So here is a continued this oh, here's an interesting analysis
45:10
is from a professor Kusa Muroff. And they he's done one of these
45:16
guys he's on RT again and he's talking about Zubrin ski he just
45:19
played he sees him as the real
45:21
right who was to bring ski again,
45:23
is a big news to bring ski is a birch ski, you know, Brett's
45:28
Brzezinski who's the Brzezinski but I say do what you Brzezinski
45:34
says Zubrin, Zubrin? You know I said Zubrin ski cuz I wrote
45:38
Zubrin ski on the CLI. No, he didn't even
45:39
write that you wrote Minsky Rhodes rinky Brzezinski used to
45:44
bring me cuz dad was iski. Yes, everybody's friend. Alright,
45:48
Mika's dad pair
45:49
and your latest article today you brought up. Jimmy Carter's
45:52
National Security Council advisor, Zyban is Brzezinski.
45:57
His Spirit kind of lives on in the Biden administration. Oh,
46:01
interesting and insightful read. But I want you to tell our
46:03
viewers about it and kind of what's going on with Russia in
46:07
regards to the United States?
46:10
Well, I think what what's not reporting the media is
46:13
provocations. I mean, it's as if you know, you know, Thursday,
46:17
everything starting Thursday, when the invasion happened,
46:20
nothing happened before. But you know, for years, the United
46:24
States was provoking Russia in different ways. And my
46:29
hypothesis is that this was really a plan because, you know,
46:32
as big new Brzezinski was his Arne Russophobia, whose dream
46:36
was and he was from Paul, a Polish, and of the Polish
46:40
nobility. And his dream was to bring down the Soviet empire.
46:44
And he armed the Mujahideen in Afghanistan, with the goal of
46:47
inducing, and he said this an interview the goal of reducing
46:50
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, that would be the Soviet
46:53
Vietnam, and that would be the end of the Soviet empire. And
46:56
then years later on, they asked him, What about al Qaeda? He
46:59
said, Oh, that's nothing. We brought down the Soviet empire
47:02
and liberated Europe and Central Europe. And I think the mindset
47:07
of the US government is the same Brzezinski died in 2017. But
47:11
people like Victoria Nuland, and other young neoconservatives
47:15
within the both Trump and Biden administrations, I think, you
47:20
know, have the same worldview as Brzezinski. And they promote
47:25
these machines like, you know, human beings don't matter. It's
47:29
all about, you know, dancing us power. And they've had a
47:32
vendetta against Vladimir Putin since since he gave a speech in
47:36
Germany, kind of denouncing us, you know, unipolar power, and
47:40
some of the excesses of US foreign policy that the two
47:42
guests were discussing, he became public enemy number one.
47:46
And so the question is, how can what kind of shame can we
47:48
develop to bring them down, and I think they had developed this,
47:51
they, they provoked him for years. And they knew eventually
47:55
he would respond, and then they can draw them into you, I think
47:58
their calculations that Ukraine will be a quagmire, like
48:01
Afghanistan, and they can make him look bad in the
48:03
international media, and ratchet up the sanctions, which will
48:07
cripple the Russian economy and feel disaffection with Putin and
48:11
ultimately, rebellion. So I think that's their grand plan.
48:14
Whether it works I don't, I don't know. Probably not, but
48:17
it's hard to predict.
48:20
Okay, so George is freewheeling it now, does he have someone
48:24
else to do the big news? Business?
48:28
I don't know. Yeah, just it's, it's a mess.
48:32
Uncle Don told me a story about Zbigniew Brzezinski. He did not
48:37
like him. And here's why. One time, he was supposed to go over
48:43
there and play tennis on Brzezinski, his court, and you
48:48
know, for some national policy discussion, but Don, Don played
48:52
golf, he played tennis, everything. That's what you do
48:55
when you're in the intelligence community. Obama, and, and he
49:02
won. And it was a big mistake. Don said to me, I think I should
49:08
have let him one. This was not the way it was supposed to go.
49:11
And Brzezinski was mad at him ever since. One of those guys on
49:16
my own court can't believe you didn't let me win. Yep. So that
49:24
that makes sense. From a geopolitical standpoint, from
49:27
the globalist standpoint, but is Putin so stupid bores there's
49:31
something else at play? Are there other reasons?
49:34
He's gonna do a GA thing. He's gonna be out of there. Next week
49:37
in the next four days. Yeah.
49:40
Well, it might take a little longer but doesn't listen to
49:43
this. As you know, Ukrainian soldiers running this is a
49:47
report this way you will never hear on us news
49:50
on that. Let's get into one of those stories Russian forces
49:53
taking control of Ukrainian military base in the Kherson
49:57
region abundant tanks calm ours armored personnel carriers and
50:02
equipment, were servicemen left behind while fleeing from the
50:05
scene all witnessed there. Our senior correspondent, Rutgers,
50:08
Dave, who's now on the grinder, can tell us more.
50:11
We're now the Ukrainian military base in the province of Kiev. So
50:16
this these base was abandoned very quickly by Ukrainian
50:20
troops. There wasn't much of a fight here, they left their
50:23
equipment. These are for example, t 64, tags, all of them
50:29
in working order, they're now being evacuated from him by the
50:35
Russian military, which is taken over where they're being taken.
50:40
We, we haven't been told, but again, these are tags all in, in
50:45
working order over there, there's an arsenal, so small
50:49
arms, rocket propelled grenades, vast quantities of ammunition.
50:54
Also, left behind, you can see armored personnel carriers, as
50:58
well as all all manner of trucks that have been left here where
51:03
all these Ukrainian troops have Goddess is something that
51:07
nobody, nobody knows they may have mingled with the civilian
51:10
population, or moved for the further west towards where the
51:15
frontlines are where certain Ukrainian elements of their
51:19
military are still putting up a fight. Due to breath Avast
51:24
Ukrainian military field camp that was abandoned by the
51:29
troops. Here from what we've been told there were three to
51:33
4000 Ukrainian servicemen stationed here, none were left
51:39
by the time the Russian military arrived, as you can tell they
51:43
they left in her tremendous hurry, the definition
51:47
of breathless reporting.
51:49
So the for one thing the campus huge, it's like this huge camp,
51:54
and the story goes is that the soldiers were there and they got
51:58
an they didn't hear from their commanders about moving or doing
52:02
anything. But they heard a news report that the Russians were
52:05
bearing down on that position. And then they tried to check it
52:08
out. No, don't worry about just stay there. It's it Screw you
52:11
and they took the uniforms and everything. They just put you
52:14
civvies on and took off. Not left behind tanks and all kinds
52:21
of stuff.
52:21
Oh, like American military? Yeah, I was thinking the same
52:24
thing. You do it? Yeah. And then and then we can have all the
52:28
criminals grab those two. You imagine a couple of gangs a
52:31
couple of gangs with some tanks.
52:34
They had machine guns at rocket launchers.
52:36
This is what's so sad. It's it's it's on deck, I guess to be
52:40
realized. Although I'm still John. I'm not seeing it. I'm
52:43
seeing a lot of talk a lot of just moments ago, there was a
52:46
huge explosion. They rarely have the explosion. Yeah, the sky lit
52:50
up. Yeah. I'm just not seeing the same devastation that we're
52:54
used to with the true verbalization process.
52:58
And I saw the RT report show a lot of verbalization
53:01
Yeah, but can you trust any? Anything there? I
53:04
can't I can't trust that. He can't trust anything. No. But at
53:07
least there's a guy there. Um, here's an interesting little
53:11
clip. Anderson
53:12
Cooper. Is there Anderson Cooper's in Lviv. He's on
53:15
location. There's nothing going on? And look, no. Yes, there is.
53:18
There's children with cancer, who we was interviewing.
53:23
So this is an interesting little clip from a German piano that
53:27
was that part? Party for Germany, whatever that right
53:30
wing party is that in? Deutschland? What's the name of
53:33
those guys? Yeah, I don't know. Yes. Anyway, here's one of their
53:38
members of parliament bitching.
53:42
It was a fatal mistake to tease Ukraine with impossible
53:45
promises, joining NATO and the EU. Europe has dragged Ukraine
53:49
into this confrontation. It would be smarter to do so so
53:52
that Ukraine could develop it cannot be anyone's NATO
53:56
membership is a red line for Russia. The Russian Federation
54:00
will not allow this. It has been talking about it for 20 years.
54:03
The alternative for Germany's what the if Yeah, I think I
54:07
mean, yeah. So okay, so she switched on that Well, that
54:11
can't that can't stand. No, no. None of this is bad. Where are
54:16
they taking this?
54:18
Here's another good note now. So I'll be funny human interest
54:21
stories. This is a good clip. This is again from Artie and I'm
54:25
going to apologize in advance for using so many clips from
54:27
there, but it's all such fresh material. How can I resume at
54:31
least it's better than Oh, look at our people that know, all day
54:36
long. No, nothing.
54:38
Here's an interesting human shield. They're using DOD,
54:42
Ukrainian armies using human shields. And listen, just listen
54:47
to this as human shields stolen cars is a kick.
54:50
Crane denies using civilians as human shields, but locals see
54:55
differently.
54:57
This whole near us is a mark the Ukrainian army put Old Style
55:00
infantry fighting vehicle here opened fire nearby left a smoke
55:04
bomb and left and then a projectile flew to the same
55:07
place.
55:08
Back in 2014 Eight or soldiers told us that if they had been
55:11
leaving, they would have smashed us
55:13
subject to shelling and fearing death. These people are also
55:17
starving. Then you authorities have announced that humanitarian
55:21
aid is coming here to this village and people rushed here
55:26
because there is a lack of food water but not only that,
55:29
everybody here needs gasoline but not for cars for generators
55:34
because there is no electricity here at all. As you see, excuse
55:39
me,
55:39
there is a village council here I came to register myself and my
55:42
family for the exchange of powwow
55:45
RT using Google Translate voice on air.
55:50
Electricity here at all is this excuse.
55:53
The village council here I came to register myself and my family
55:57
for the exchange of passports I've received number 160. We
56:02
came to get some bread but there's a queue. There has been
56:05
no humanitarian aid yet which never village we
56:09
visit here. I noticed people move around on bicycles and
56:13
local residents told me that's because the Ukrainian army when
56:16
they were here used to take the cars from civilians for their
56:20
military purposes. So there are no cars left and those who still
56:25
have some wheels prefer to hide it.
56:30
I would thought of Holland.
56:33
Bicycles. Give me your bike, Ukrainian. Give me your wheels.
56:42
She said wheels to the interesting. And by the way,
56:45
there's no excuse to be no power anywhere. But somehow I know
56:48
mainstream media and PBS. We have people giving live high
56:52
quality broadband Skype reports from these cities.
56:58
Well, hey, man, which mainstream? We're all mains?
57:03
Yeah, I guess all of them have it. Yeah. Well, they got their
57:05
generators, they got their electricity. Hey, we're here
57:08
from the news media. We're officials. Okay, we've got
57:11
helmets on. We've got to press flak jackets out of the way.
57:15
We're here to film you refugee. With these types of events, and
57:21
it's it's increasing. It's really increasing is the number
57:25
of people who are emailing me scripture, which is quite
57:29
fascinating. There's many different pieces of men going on
57:33
all along it. No, it's ratcheted up is what I said. It's really
57:36
ratcheted up with with this incursion, invasion, etc. And I
57:42
have a couple of articles that I put aside one being are these
57:46
actually go together. Prime Minister Bennett says Israel
57:50
will try to mediate on Ukraine, even if the prospects are poor.
57:53
Now, that's interesting from a biblical perspective, which
57:57
you'll hear in a moment. But also people are looking for, you
58:02
know, the big, evil versus, versus good. The Gog Magog. I
58:07
mean, there's all these all these biblical scenarios, and
58:12
some are pegging the Antichrist is finally arriving in the form
58:17
of Jared Kushner, which I find fascinating. And, indeed, on the
58:25
backs of the Abraham Accords, Jared Kushner raises billions
58:28
and becomes Middle East power player and creates a life
58:32
outside of Trump. What is he doing? Do you know? He's getting
58:36
a lot of accolades. He but what is he actually doing? Is he just
58:40
raising money to do something with it? Or am I understand he's
58:44
getting accolades? Yes.
58:46
Not sure. Okay.
58:50
But all of this ties into a resurrection of the one and only
58:54
TV, Pastor, evangelist Pat Robertson, who came out of
58:58
retirement, to explain to us exactly why is real and all of
59:04
these biblical scriptures are important, important, and
59:08
possibly what Putin is really up to,
59:10
I think he can say, well, Putin is out of his mind. Yes, maybe
59:14
so. But at the same time, he's being compelled by God. He went
59:19
into the Ukraine, but that wasn't his goal. His goal was to
59:24
move against Israel ultimately, and God is getting ready to do
59:28
something amazing. And that will be fulfilled. And what Putin is
59:33
doing by moving as he is to set up Ukraine as as a staging
59:41
ground for one of the armies and then across his, his Erwan a
59:47
turkey, and then you've got between them, that little
59:51
Dardanelles area, and it's going to happen. So I just say, that
59:57
is what's coming up. Is Putin crazy? See? Is he mad? Well,
1:00:02
perhaps. But God says I'm going to put hooks in your jaws, I'm
1:00:06
going to draw you into this barrel, whether you like it or
1:00:10
not. And he's being compelled. After the move into the Ukraine,
1:00:16
he's being compelled to move again, to get the LandBridge.
1:00:21
And then across the Dardanelles was Turkey. And watch what's
1:00:25
going to happen next. You raise your Bible, because it's coming
1:00:29
to pass
1:00:31
Theramin
1:00:33
Oh, I love this. This is fantastic. So what he's saying,
1:00:41
and I'm not quite sure of the the biblical context of all of
1:00:45
it, other than he's going into Israel. This is where the, you
1:00:49
know, this is where the big battle is supposed to take
1:00:51
place. And and Putin is using Ukraine is a distraction, if I
1:00:56
understand Goodpaster properly, so that he can create a land
1:01:02
bridge across the Dardanelles. Is that a river or what is that?
1:01:07
Like a straight pull up your map? Yeah, no,
1:01:10
that's what I'm looking at. You know, that's what I'm looking
1:01:12
at. And then to coast on down through Turkey into I guess,
1:01:17
through Syria, which he owns part of so he's got he's got all
1:01:20
of that all set up. And then down to Israel for the big for
1:01:23
the big gift Thrilla in Manila. Who knows what's going to
1:01:25
happen? Mm hmm. A lot of nice nice Robertson.
1:01:31
Well, he they don't so much anymore. They listen to his
1:01:35
clone son, huh? who reminds me there's these two these two guys
1:01:40
but you think that sons would at least develop their own style?
1:01:44
No, pat robertson son is a clone of him and worst one is Jimmy
1:01:48
Swaggart. He has a son that is taken over his ministry and he
1:01:54
has not Jimmy Swaggart has Tourette's and he has the kind
1:02:02
of the neck twitch.
1:02:04
Oh, my favorite jerk. Or the chin jerk. Hmm. I have the neck
1:02:09
Twitch on the right hand side.
1:02:11
You have a little bit he's got a much more powerful one and he
1:02:15
has the the chin jerk you know where the chin goes over? Oh,
1:02:21
yes.
1:02:21
Quick move. Quick. Quick, satisfying. Twitch. Yes, I know
1:02:26
exactly what that's about.
1:02:28
Yes, his son has the same exact twitches that he is employing.
1:02:35
But as someone who's kind of I don't know if I'm a Tourette's
1:02:41
Maven but I know enough about it and and you and I've talked
1:02:45
about it a lot this is bullcrap. These are artificial
1:02:50
Oh really? I have to watch now because I could I know exactly.
1:02:54
Yeah. You would Yeah,
1:02:55
because a swagger switches or jet are definitely Tourettes BS
1:03:02
because you can see him being super trying to suppress them as
1:03:06
opposed to doing them hmm And I differences minor and I think
1:03:13
most people wouldn't notice it's a little bit of a coincidence
1:03:16
that he has the exact same twitches that dad has not any as
1:03:21
that exact same presentation methodology as dad has. And he
1:03:27
looks a lot like the old man but not quite doesn't have quite the
1:03:30
squarehead and
1:03:32
interesting thing is interesting my Oculus my dad had twitches
1:03:38
and I definitely exact same as yours. The head the head tick
1:03:42
Yeah, but I got many many more I got I just didn't get the cool
1:03:48
stuff the swearing and saying bomb well if
1:03:51
you ever get the chance to watch swaggered he's on broadcast TV
1:03:54
one of the stations, and generally speaking is it's like
1:03:57
the we used to play a game watching television on cinema,
1:04:00
which when it has Cinemax if we're flipping through, and
1:04:04
we're gonna get hit a Cinemax channel, everyone in the family
1:04:07
to say, Okay, ready, I'm gonna go hit Cinemax for a second tits
1:04:12
or no tents.
1:04:15
Back in the day.
1:04:17
So oh, there it is. Oh, you win. So with the swaggered show, it's
1:04:22
singing or No, yeah,
1:04:24
of course. Excellent.
1:04:27
So anyway,
1:04:28
so we're canceling Russia. And so the question is, why is this
1:04:33
all and the only answer we're getting from the M five M
1:04:36
mainstream is this is what Putin's wanted. He's written
1:04:39
about it in a 5000 word blog post, which have you seen that
1:04:43
yet? I've still been looking for the word blog post. And that
1:04:48
he's always wanted to return the Soviet Union to his former glory
1:04:53
and we know that this is patently false. But you know,
1:04:57
yeah, you're pissed off and NATO but we What are you doing? I
1:05:00
mean, are you making mistakes here? Are you do you have? Does
1:05:04
he have a strategy? Is he a part of something bigger? And I
1:05:06
personally think this is a part of something bigger. And he know
1:05:10
he knows what's up, and he's playing into it to get the
1:05:14
maximum out for him and for Russia, by the way, if you I
1:05:17
don't think I have examples today. But have you noticed that
1:05:22
whenever it's about Biden and Putin, the media doesn't say
1:05:26
President Biden, President Putin, they say, Mr. Biden, and
1:05:30
Mr. Putin,
1:05:31
I have not noticed. And it's rude.
1:05:33
Yeah, we need to pay attention to that. So cancellation, I
1:05:40
mean, we've got a lot of virtue signaling, oh, my goodness. Even
1:05:44
the app developers are saying, hey, is there a way that I can
1:05:49
reject payments on on the Apple App Store from people in certain
1:05:54
countries? So this virtue signaling is gone insane. We're
1:06:00
throwing out Russian vodka of course the best boxer comes from
1:06:03
Poland which is nutty part but we saw that with Christ are
1:06:06
defined but we saw that with Crimea the exact same thing
1:06:09
there. Remember that we're pouring out vodka Chicken,
1:06:13
Chicken Kiev has been renamed to Chicken Kiev. Give me a break.
1:06:17
Well, I
1:06:18
say my favorite one is the restaurant that invented in
1:06:23
Canada protein who teen has dropped it they won't say
1:06:28
protein is it's not going to be called that anymore because of
1:06:30
because of Putin that says just the letters are in there.
1:06:35
I mean, is that is that like the ultimate? Have you have you gone
1:06:38
all the way to the end when you say Yeah, right. Yeah, we're
1:06:43
good at that. We're good at that shit. Let's see. How can we make
1:06:47
Russia even worse
1:06:48
tonight, a WNBA. All Star arrested and detained in Russia,
1:06:52
Russia. Brittney Griner, a two time Olympic gold medalist taken
1:06:56
into custody and an airport near Moscow. Russian authorities in a
1:07:00
search of her luggage found vape cartridges containing cannabis
1:07:04
oil under Russian law Greiner could face 10 years in jail. The
1:07:08
Russian Customs Service releasing this video showing a
1:07:11
woman who appeared to be Greiner going through security. You can
1:07:14
see someone removing a package from the woman's bag that 31
1:07:18
year old Phoenix Mercury stars agent releasing a statement
1:07:21
saying in part, as this is an ongoing legal matter. We are not
1:07:24
able to comment further on the specifics of her case, but can
1:07:28
confirm that as we work to get her home, her mental and
1:07:31
physical health remain our primary concern.
1:07:34
Yeah, let's look for that to be the big story. Maybe, but it
1:07:37
might run with it, they might run with it.
1:07:40
So I have three clips I want to play. And this is the about the
1:07:45
old WikiLeaks, WikiLeaks is still shows up in the news,
1:07:49
because WikiLeaks put out a a bird this when the ambassador to
1:07:57
you to Russia, was concerned about this NATO encroachment and
1:08:02
so are a bunch of other people. And of course, we don't talk
1:08:04
about it in our news media, but somebody else does. And let's
1:08:06
play old leaked burns wiki leak.
1:08:09
This is, as I say, a consequence of a consistent pattern of
1:08:18
violations of international law, by us by the United States and
1:08:24
by NATO by think that it would have been super easy for all the
1:08:31
Western powers to accept that the best solution would be to
1:08:37
have a declaration of neutrality for Ukraine, and then your grant
1:08:44
could have the best relations commercial and otherwise, with
1:08:47
the West and with the east. What we have here a problem of an
1:08:53
information war in which the level of lying the level of fake
1:09:00
news and fake history and fake law has reached such points that
1:09:05
people cannot talk to each other.
1:09:08
A former US ambassador to Russia warned Washington years ago that
1:09:13
NATO enlargement could provoke a direct response from Moscow but
1:09:17
for seemingly ignored. The concerns were highlighted in a
1:09:20
cable sent from Moscow, which was later made public by
1:09:23
WikiLeaks.
1:09:24
Do Ukraine and Georgia's NATO aspirations not only touch Iran
1:09:28
nerve in Russia, they engender serious concerns about the
1:09:31
consequences for stability in the region. Russia would have to
1:09:34
decide whether to intervene, a decision Russia does not want to
1:09:38
have to face
1:09:39
in the diplomatic telegram that then Ambassador William Burns
1:09:42
also said Moscow won't tolerate its security concerns being
1:09:46
ignored, doubting that the Kremlin believe the question of
1:09:48
NATO membership would divide Ukraine as the ethnic Russian
1:09:53
community they're wholly opposed joining the Alliance. Burns
1:09:57
concluded it could potentially lead to Civil War.
1:10:01
Again, RT using an artificial computer voice I you can point
1:10:05
it out every time. And I want to because pretty soon, that's what
1:10:09
the news is going to be everywhere.
1:10:11
I agree. I agree. So let's play part two of this little series
1:10:16
for the kicker. Um, well,
1:10:17
this leaked document is particularly significant because
1:10:22
it is from a former US ambassador to Russia, who is
1:10:26
right now the CIA director.
1:10:30
Yes. And this guy's a problem. He's a huge problem. Yes.
1:10:36
Yeah, if you want to double kickers, just all the other
1:10:39
people that wrote kind of the same memo part three,
1:10:42
he is far hardly the only or the first one. To address these
1:10:48
issues of NATO expansion eastward into Ukraine the
1:10:52
dangers that presents as a what would be perceived by Russia as
1:10:57
an existential national security threat, and also threatened to
1:11:02
destabilize Ukraine. George Kennan, the Father, the
1:11:06
geostrategic father of the US policy of containment against
1:11:10
the Soviet Union said the same thing. A jack Matlock, former US
1:11:15
ambassador to the Soviet Union, the last US Ambassador to the
1:11:19
Soviet Union, when it dissolved, said the same thing. Bill
1:11:22
Clinton's Defense Secretary William Percy said the same
1:11:27
thing. In fact, he felt so strongly about the dangers of
1:11:32
NATO expansion to the east towards Russia, that he
1:11:35
considered resigning over it. So the question is, why did they
1:11:39
ignore all of these voices, these eminent voices in
1:11:45
international relations and on Russia doing it? Because it is
1:11:49
perceived now to be to us geopolitical objectives to
1:11:56
expand into Ukraine so that Ukraine is no longer a neutral
1:12:01
state on Russia's borders at all costs?
1:12:04
Yeah, this is a great story. And it got no play. I think I saw
1:12:08
one maybe link about it somewhere on Twitter before it
1:12:11
got removed. Yeah, it's real. This is this is good that we're
1:12:17
playing the RT side of this because RT has been D
1:12:21
platformed. Yeah, you can barely you have to refresh three, four
1:12:25
or five times to get one nice to work out. We were really going
1:12:28
through VPN, of course, because you're smart. You get no spam.
1:12:31
You're great.
1:12:33
I don't get spam. I'm great. You're right. Yeah. No, I get
1:12:38
no, I don't have any problems with getting RT, I use a VPN I
1:12:41
got coming through Argentina, where all the ex Nazis were.
1:12:44
Makes nothing but sense.
1:12:45
Yeah, you know, I'm hearing that a lot of the Nazis in Operation
1:12:48
Paperclip that that many of them stayed in Ukraine. It didn't
1:12:52
make the trek over.
1:12:54
I wouldn't be surprised.
1:12:55
Surprise me either. It really wouldn't.
1:12:58
I have a little another little clip, which is kind of funny.
1:13:01
It's about it's one of these another different show on RT
1:13:05
with this woman. She's more of a Tucker. And she's bitching and
1:13:09
moaning about stuff. And she she has a funny commentary over the
1:13:14
top of this. EU Parliament walkout. Did you hear about
1:13:17
this?
1:13:17
Yeah. When was it her who was speaking or was the foreign?
1:13:23
Yeah,
1:13:24
it's in there. Yeah.
1:13:24
Okay. Yes, I saw it actually.
1:13:26
This at the EU parliament, where the Ukrainian President received
1:13:30
a standing ovation for all that's been going on. Doesn't
1:13:33
matter if you think he's a hero or a shrill he's standing up for
1:13:37
his country on his side of the fight Solinsky urging the EU to
1:13:41
quote prove you're with us. Well, then you had moments
1:13:44
later, when Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was about
1:13:47
to speak nearly all Western countries walked out not
1:13:51
listening to a word he said. Where's the diplomacy? When
1:13:55
you're not even going to listen? Though? The hypocrisy is so
1:13:59
thick and all of this. No one is scot free. Not Russia. Not
1:14:03
Ukraine. Not China. Not India. Not Germany, not Italy. You get
1:14:07
the picture.
1:14:09
Did she say shrill? Yes. shrill? Must be a I think I think that's
1:14:14
a female shill is a shrill?
1:14:19
Well, he could be a shrill according to her. Yes. But yeah,
1:14:22
I didn't realize that do I lever off comes into gag. Oh, yeah.
1:14:26
Say Did you fuck you we're not even gonna listen, get out. They
1:14:29
meet? How's that? How's that diplomacy? She's right.
1:14:33
Well, but this is the big question. And this is why I say
1:14:36
that we are under severe attack from the media right now. The
1:14:40
whole world is under attack and it's working really well in
1:14:43
Europe. I mean, they're they're doing big, big fundraisers, the
1:14:48
celebs are getting together which should be should be a tip
1:14:52
off right there. And at the same time, just cancel Russia.
1:14:57
There's people on no agenda social call. Sir Jean read scum.
1:15:05
What? There's your reason for bouncing people.
1:15:08
I'm just saying the No kidding. It's hilarious but that's not
1:15:11
the point. I'm not gonna bounce someone for that. Oh Jean can
1:15:16
handle himself. He can unfollow or block I don't have to bounce
1:15:19
someone. It's just beautiful because someone shows up, you
1:15:22
know, within within a week and then and it's just it's just
1:15:25
it's Onslaught is incessant, and everybody is jumping in on it.
1:15:30
Part of its virtue signaling part of it is quite disturbing.
1:15:34
cogent communications, has said alright, we're no longer
1:15:37
providing backhaul services to to Russia. Now, I'd love to hear
1:15:43
from our dudes named Ben in the Border Gateway Protocol arena of
1:15:46
let me know what other backbones are running to Russia because
1:15:50
they could, they may try to cut them off. To some I don't know
1:15:54
how much they can have, how far they can get. It'd be
1:15:57
interesting for the resilience of the internet. If you if you
1:16:02
shut off the internet, people always says, hey, yeah, man, the
1:16:05
day is coming. The internet will be off. They're gonna shut it
1:16:08
off for three days. I said if they shut the internet off for
1:16:10
three days, millions of people will die. They will die if they
1:16:14
could actually shut it off. There's so much infrastructure
1:16:18
running on the internet. It's insane. Do you imagine no one
1:16:21
get being able to get into their house anymore because they
1:16:23
bought in that stupid nest door locks and the open the door and
1:16:29
you and your thermostat window honey breaker window, your
1:16:33
thermostat won't work and your lights won't go on your garage
1:16:36
door won't open. That's just the funny stuff. So there we're
1:16:43
going in full on cancellation mode. And I believe there's
1:16:46
reasons behind it in and I think it's partially financial but
1:16:49
partially for the direction the world is headed Natalie,
1:16:52
another request by President Solinsky was to suspend
1:16:55
MasterCard and Visa operations in Russia. New this evening.
1:16:58
Both have as companies ramp up pressure on Russia. What else
1:17:02
are US lawmakers considering? Well, Adriana over on Capitol
1:17:05
Hill there is growing support for a bipartisan bill to ban
1:17:10
Russian energy imports to the US that support despite concern
1:17:15
about rising gas prices. The White House says it is looking
1:17:18
into options to reduce US consumption of Russian energy
1:17:22
while also trying to maintain a steady global supply of energy.
1:17:27
So this is now what we're seeing. We're seeing the
1:17:30
integration of the stories about the financial deep platforming
1:17:34
and energy issues. Deutsche Avella, even with a very long
1:17:38
report, they had a like a 24 minute report on the sanctions.
1:17:42
And what kind of specifically if there are sanctions. But the
1:17:47
SWIFT system is not a sanction. The government's don't own it.
1:17:50
That's the central bank screwing Russia in a whole whole other
1:17:53
special way. And it's moving and changing a lot in the financial
1:17:58
and the energy markets which are completely correlated
1:18:02
with rising geopolitical tensions. Russia somewhat has
1:18:05
seen this coming and has taken steps to reduce their dependence
1:18:08
on the US dollar. For one. Over the years, the central bank has
1:18:12
sold a lot of US dollar reserves and bought gold. Moreover,
1:18:16
they've developed their own banking messaging system, the
1:18:19
system of the Bank of Russia, or SPFs. This new system is opening
1:18:24
up to mostly Belarusian banks, and already has over 399
1:18:27
institutions. Russia is in talks with China to join their system
1:18:31
to China themselves, have their own system called the cross
1:18:35
border interbank payment system was CIPS. So at this point, you
1:18:40
might start to see what's happening here, the world may be
1:18:42
splitting into two payment systems, one system for friends
1:18:46
of the United States and Western allies, and another system for
1:18:50
those who are wary of the United States. According to an analyst
1:18:53
who wrote and Bloomberg, quote, one could even imagine a future
1:18:57
in which rival nations turn similar financial weapons
1:19:00
against the United States. Continuing on with unintended
1:19:03
consequences. More broadly, this all in the future could lead to
1:19:07
a decline of the US Dollar as the reserve currency. Currently,
1:19:11
all oil payments are done in US dollars. Every country needs
1:19:14
oil. This keeps the demand for the dollar high and gives the
1:19:18
United States a lot of leverage geopolitically. This is often
1:19:21
referred to as the petro dollar system. It's been keeping the
1:19:24
United States in charge of the world economy since 1971. Since
1:19:29
Russia is the world's second largest oil producer, if they
1:19:32
sold oil for gold, you'd be the first time oil has been sold in
1:19:35
something else besides the US dollar by a major.
1:19:40
So everything is changing in the world of finance. And I believe
1:19:46
about this.
1:19:49
About this evil doers. I'd say Soros and others are really
1:19:57
behind this. And there it starts back to Many years ago, is a
1:20:01
long term thing to go. Long game Putin long game to screw us out
1:20:08
of our dominance with the reserve currency,
1:20:11
it's two things. And she's me and Putin is on record is on
1:20:17
record saying, Why does oil have to be priced in dollars? He's
1:20:21
always been against that. So that's so he is delighted with
1:20:26
that changing. And I believe
1:20:34
if that's true, because every time anyone does that, as you as
1:20:37
you've pointed out, you were the first to point this out. They
1:20:40
get royally screwed. And this is what happened to Gadhafi.
1:20:43
And that's what's happening to Russia right now. Russia is
1:20:46
getting they're doing everything but but get rid of Putin
1:20:49
himself. Although Lindsey Graham was called for it. They are now
1:20:53
I think it's an attack. That is a globalist attack. It's not one
1:20:57
country versus Yeah, it's not America and NATO. No, it's the
1:21:00
globalist it's the the global financial system. And they want
1:21:04
to control the money, whatever, whatever system comes out.
1:21:08
Remember the Secretary General of United Nations on we just
1:21:12
licked COVID We're done with that. Now it's time to transform
1:21:15
the global financial system. And why do you want that because it
1:21:18
plays right into the green agenda and climate change.
1:21:23
Because energy is about to become unaffordable. And I know
1:21:27
you're saying this will take four more days and it's over.
1:21:30
But it's not the end of the D platforming. It's not the end of
1:21:34
the changes in energy. Here's some of the virtue signaling and
1:21:38
not just virtue signaling. Russian gas via Yamal pipeline
1:21:42
halts flows to Germany. That's Russia, turning off not not a
1:21:46
big one, but a key pipeline. Shell had just got busted
1:21:51
because they were buying discounted oil from Russia. And
1:21:54
they went Oh, no, we're gonna give all the profits to Ukraine.
1:22:03
We're seeing European gas prices soar to all time high. We are
1:22:09
seeing a fertilizer going to an astronomic astronomical price.
1:22:17
As Russia is cutting fertilizer supplies, we have Chinese
1:22:23
fertilizer supply issues. We have angry dock workers in the
1:22:31
UK who believe this angry dock workers in the UK are refusing
1:22:35
to unload Russian oil. Mm hmm. Okay, is that virtue signaling?
1:22:39
Are they are the foreman just say no, no, just don't do it.
1:22:42
Just keep it where it is. This is where it's headed.
1:22:47
Lawmakers say President Solinsky also called for tougher
1:22:50
sanctions, specifically targeting Russia's energy
1:22:53
sector, a critical part of the country's economy but largely
1:22:57
spared by the current sanctions. It's an especially difficult
1:23:00
subject for Europe, which relies on Russia for about 40% of its
1:23:04
natural gas.
1:23:06
This is an evolution on the sanctions issues. Right. And
1:23:10
things change overnight. So what were once considered off limits.
1:23:15
That's all changed.
1:23:16
That's right. It's full steam ahead. Your green agenda is
1:23:20
coming
1:23:20
tonight to triple AC and gas prices rising at the fastest
1:23:24
pace in history
1:23:25
is getting really expensive. It is almost $4. So it is kind of
1:23:28
depressing.
1:23:29
Today's national average 392 per gallon, a rise of more than 30
1:23:33
cents in just five days. Well, the price of oil shoots up
1:23:36
significantly like your house, that's going to hit you in the
1:23:39
wall. Patrick DeHaan of gas buddy says the national average
1:23:42
may hit 425. By the end of March, a 60% increase compared
1:23:46
to this time last year. For context, the highest on record
1:23:50
is 11 in 2008. Some states are already well beyond that.
1:23:54
Nicholas Stone says he's been paying $250 per week and gas and
1:23:58
can't afford his commute.
1:24:00
I don't have a very economical vehicle to drive back and forth
1:24:04
from Cookeville to Nashville. Therefore, I had to quit my job.
1:24:08
Right so I'm going to make a red book entry here. Already
1:24:13
analysts are talking about oil $150. And that's all that's all
1:24:20
oversee NBC now. I think and we're now at depending on what
1:24:25
you look at 115 180 What do we look at the WTI or the Brent or
1:24:29
neither? What?
1:24:30
Both of you look both of them? Never did they go up? In
1:24:34
parallel with the Brentsville more? You always go higher?
1:24:37
No. Yeah, Brent is 118 up seven and a half bucks today. WTI is
1:24:44
one almost 116 up eight bucks. The natural gas is $5 heating
1:24:50
oil 377. So and your IMF even says and of course everyone has
1:24:58
an agenda The war in Ukraine will have severe impact on the
1:25:02
global economy, I think we're going to a place where we're
1:25:07
going into into not a won't be called a lockdown. It'll be
1:25:10
called a stay at home. Because we can't afford to drive people
1:25:15
are are already in the situation I can't you just heard this guy
1:25:18
true or not. But I hear enough of people can't afford this. I
1:25:22
can't afford much more, let alone if it goes up another 50%
1:25:26
I think industry will have a problem with staying open to
1:25:30
produce because it won't be profitable. And I think it's all
1:25:34
going to they're going to try and coordinate it. Where all
1:25:37
right. Well, that's it. It's the end of the petroleum economy.
1:25:41
Everybody stay home, we'll send you UBI checks. And of course,
1:25:44
the Federal Reserve will want to give you your central bank
1:25:47
digital dollar for your universal basic income check.
1:25:51
And this is why I think Putin's in on it. And, and and oh, now
1:25:58
we got to start talking about nuclear. Yeah, we may have to
1:26:00
relook at you know, and everyone had investments in nuclear,
1:26:06
including Bill Gates. It seems to me like the plan is obvious.
1:26:11
But what is the mean? We can't totally move towards a, but I
1:26:16
guess they're gonna try to stay home. They might turn off the
1:26:19
electricity. I remember in the 70s with the with the oil crisis
1:26:22
in the Netherlands. Just to show you a precursor. We had carfree
1:26:26
Sundays. That that's it. We got to save. We don't have enough so
1:26:30
you can't drive your car on Sunday. And it was cool. We were
1:26:35
biking down the highway doing all kinds of stuff. But I didn't
1:26:38
really realize at the time how crazy it is. Do you remember
1:26:41
this the car free Sundays? Lee? We didn't have that? No, but do
1:26:45
you remember it? And it was all over Europe? I think more come
1:26:47
now about? So that's what that's what I think this is about.
1:26:52
Otherwise, it makes no sense. This is not just your typical
1:26:55
skirmish about NATO encroachment. You know, it's
1:26:59
being used as a handy. handy tool. But please don't look over
1:27:03
here.
1:27:08
Yeah, yeah, you're you you're a gloomy Gus, when it comes to
1:27:11
this. No, I'm
1:27:12
not gloomy Gus. I'm just calling it as I see it. And the banks by
1:27:16
the way, the retail banks who are going to be cut out of this
1:27:20
scheme. And they're bankrupt and insolvent anyway. They have the
1:27:25
n finally I understand this Q anon conspiracy theory because
1:27:29
I've been hearing since the before the pandemic. Yeah, the
1:27:34
quantum financial system, it's all changing. It'll be gold
1:27:36
back. This is Trump's deal. I don't believe that for a second.
1:27:39
But this is the this is the the story. And all these guys are
1:27:43
doing it we already know that's happening. And it's all going to
1:27:46
be through XRP. And we haven't really talked about XRP on the
1:27:50
show, because it's not really that relevant. But it's a
1:27:53
cryptocurrency that is the only one as far as I know, that was
1:27:57
classified by the US whoever's in charge of it maybe sec, as a
1:28:04
currency, where all the other including Bitcoin, other
1:28:08
cryptocurrencies are seen as property. And something that you
1:28:12
you buy and you sell as property but not as currency, there was a
1:28:15
huge lawsuit with the with the, with the parent company ripple,
1:28:21
over XRP. And, and so I just kind of dismissed it as Alright,
1:28:26
this is a great pump and dump for some crazy ass crypto, which
1:28:29
more or less failed. But now, I think there may be some truth to
1:28:34
it, that the US banks or at all the maybe all the retail banks,
1:28:38
they were planning on using this to replace swift here's a mini
1:28:42
cut from five years ago. So we need that Internet of value to
1:28:48
be developed. And that's what we spend our time working on, is a
1:28:52
replacement for swift and correspondent banking. How do
1:28:55
you get all of the payment providers all of the wallets
1:28:58
onto IOP? And then how to use XRP as on demand liquidity?
1:29:03
Well,
1:29:04
I think what we're doing an execute that day, day by day
1:29:06
basis is in fact taking over Swift, and that we've now signed
1:29:10
up, you know, well over 100 banks, some of the largest swift
1:29:13
enabled banks in the world are now using ripples technology.
1:29:16
When I go to talk to banks, it's a beautiful thing for me because
1:29:19
banks don't like swift this week will probably be the best week
1:29:23
of signed contracts. As ripple ever you do a swift transaction,
1:29:27
there's bank saying, as a market maker saying I'll lock in that
1:29:30
rate, I'll take the volatility risk because next two or three
1:29:32
days at XRP. You don't have to do that because it sells so
1:29:35
quickly.
1:29:36
What does that mean for financial institutions? Well, it
1:29:38
means that banks are remain the custodians but they can also do
1:29:42
they can correspond with each other directly. And they can use
1:29:45
this real time settlement system without putting up capital on
1:29:48
both sides. And with getting maximum competition for that
1:29:52
exchange value. It's a fundamental structural change
1:29:55
and correspondent banking for networks whether that be swift
1:29:58
or Visa Earth for They can also use those same benefits for
1:30:02
their customers. And then for regulators, we actually think
1:30:06
this is also a big step forward, because you get so much more
1:30:09
transparency, it's so much easier to track sort of Degrees
1:30:13
of Separation tools in real time, we think actually shortens
1:30:17
the time it takes to catch the bad guys. So I think we have a
1:30:22
separate war going on between the banks, the retail banks, who
1:30:26
will be cut out of the central bank, digital currency scheme,
1:30:29
and they could there ways that they can participate in it, but
1:30:32
I you know, then we also have the IMF where they're SDR, which
1:30:35
was looking at the chart, most countries hold more SDR than
1:30:38
they do the dollar, even though the dollar is part of the SDR.
1:30:42
So there's fights going on here. And I think we're going to see a
1:30:45
change to the backbone of the financial system. Simultaneous
1:30:50
with a climate change, emergency, stay at home, work
1:30:53
from home, close your business, you won't be able to afford it
1:30:57
anyway, we're back to the big big box stores. And then maybe
1:31:00
who knows that bring in some QR codes thing again, to see if
1:31:04
you're allowed to draw, I remember that you had a special
1:31:08
exemption to drive on certain certain places. I mean, that's
1:31:11
all coming back. Yeah, but that doesn't make me negative about
1:31:15
the world. I'm so excited to be witnessing this as it takes
1:31:19
place.
1:31:21
We never had any of that. Any we had the good only buy gas every
1:31:26
other day kind of thing that was about it?
1:31:29
Yeah. But do you think that with $150 a barrel oil, that there
1:31:33
might be some problems with keeping the economy open?
1:31:37
The real problem is with the oil producers, they can they're
1:31:39
making too much oil is backing up, that the price cannot be
1:31:43
sustained.
1:31:47
Yeah, but this is artificial shortages that's being created,
1:31:49
not not unloading the oil. You know, this is closing off
1:31:54
pipelines for gas. This is artificial. Of course, there's
1:31:57
enough
1:31:58
artificial doesn't work in a situation. I mean, in a
1:32:01
capitalist system artificial only lasts so long. They can't
1:32:04
implement all these grand schemes that you described, oh,
1:32:08
they couldn't implement a grand scheme to lock us down for two
1:32:11
weeks to flatten the curve. I think they can.
1:32:15
I don't think they can get away with it again.
1:32:20
Okay, well go back and look at that programming. What you want,
1:32:24
you can see that you can think what you want your sheep, you
1:32:27
can think what you want to the public is a bunch of sheep.
1:32:30
Yeah, I don't have the dim, gloomy guess attitude you have?
1:32:35
Well,
1:32:35
let's go. Well, then what is all this about? This is just about
1:32:38
NATO. According to you, this is all that it's about this is the
1:32:41
whole thing is about NATO.
1:32:43
I think it's I think the whole thing is about NATO. And and the
1:32:46
rest of it is, but it's becoming a pretext for all these other
1:32:49
schemes that they hope to implement, including the Green
1:32:53
Deal and the banking system switch over and the globalist
1:32:57
agenda, the globalist agenda is not a non threat, if that's what
1:33:02
you think I'm thinking, No, I think they're a big threat. But
1:33:05
they are a bunch of idiots and boneheads and this thing they're
1:33:08
doing with these Russian oligarchs, without due process,
1:33:12
taking your money without due process, taking your yacht
1:33:16
without due process, taking all your stuff. How does that gonna
1:33:21
fly with the regular elites, when they start looking at it
1:33:24
objectively and say, Hey, wait a minute, if without due process,
1:33:28
you can take all my stuff. I thought we were in this in this
1:33:31
idea of globalism to keep a war from happening. So people
1:33:34
wouldn't take our stuff. Now you're just taking our stuff.
1:33:37
Oh, it's gonna it's going to happen. But it'll be a while.
1:33:40
The first thing we're going to do is go after not billionaires,
1:33:43
but rich people who have had dealings with Russia. There was
1:33:47
already was this New York Times New York Times us charges
1:33:51
American TV producer for violating sanctions against
1:33:54
Russian oligarch. So I guess the guy took some money, some
1:33:58
Russian money to produce a TV show, after the 2014 sanctions
1:34:02
for the annexation of Crimea. And now this guy faces you know,
1:34:06
five years in jail. They're gonna they're going to use this
1:34:09
for everything. It's kind of like the Reds are back only it's
1:34:11
not going to be communist. It's going to be Putin. Putin.
1:34:16
By the way, there is a documentary somebody pointed
1:34:20
this out to me was taken off all the streaming services it's one
1:34:23
of those things but by excuse me, by I can't remember his name
1:34:30
is the famous director does all the conspiracy stuff. I have the
1:34:34
hiccups. Oliver Stone, Oliver Stones called Ukraine is on
1:34:38
fire. Try to find sorry, try to find it. YouTube's does they say
1:34:44
you're a YouTube? I tunes may have it for rent, but it's all
1:34:49
the streaming services took it down. Well, what's it called?
1:34:53
Ukraine is on fire and is it new is that in 2016? And it tells
1:34:58
you everything Everything you need to know today
1:35:02
15 years. I've never heard you have the hiccups. I don't get
1:35:06
them much. No, me neither do I. And what did you do? You ate?
1:35:11
You drank too fast. It's something very wrong. So what
1:35:16
I'm seeing is that now when the, when the global elites are
1:35:19
saying something, they're actually kind of following
1:35:22
through and trying to do what they say. And I picked up this,
1:35:26
it's part of a much longer video from the Queensland Australia
1:35:31
senator, what's his name, Rep. Malcolm Roberts, key went to the
1:35:35
United Nations Food Systems pre summit in Rome, and he came back
1:35:40
with the following report about your food of Nations
1:35:43
Food Systems pre summit last week in Rome recommended a
1:35:47
dietary limit of 14 grams of red meat per person per day. That's
1:35:52
one bite. As a servant to the people of Queensland in
1:35:56
Australia. I'm appalled. And I'll explain how this is an
1:35:59
attack on our farmers and on every Australian green. The pre
1:36:03
summit recommended the introduction of a worldwide
1:36:06
environmental tax on meat of $1.60 per kilo for cattle
1:36:11
grazing on pasture, yet not for cattle raised in intensive
1:36:14
feedlots. That distinction reflects the influence of large
1:36:18
multinational feedlot operators, and the lack of influence that
1:36:21
family and family farms have in the UN's eyes. As my colleague,
1:36:26
Bob Katter, rightly pointed out, this UN measure will take 2.4
1:36:30
billion kilos of protein off the market. Starving 80 million
1:36:35
people of protein Yes, go the UN. third recommendation of the
1:36:40
food systems pre Summit is to move food production within
1:36:44
reach of population centers and produce whatever protein and
1:36:47
nutrition is possible in that region bugs, it's called short
1:36:51
chain food supply. We did that 200 years ago, people starved
1:36:56
nutrition was poor life expectancy was less than half
1:36:59
what we enjoy today. Then along came long chain food supply,
1:37:04
allowing countries like Australia to grow crops to feed
1:37:06
and clothe those in need. World Hunger fell to less than 10%.
1:37:12
The only reason there are still areas of poverty and hunger in
1:37:14
2021 is because of war and civil unrest. You know, the things
1:37:19
that the United Nations were supposed to solve? World peace
1:37:23
has alerted the UN yet cows have not. The United Nations is
1:37:27
proposing to eliminate global food chains that have brought
1:37:30
good food to the world for hundreds of years.
1:37:32
See, I believe they're going to do it. I think so.
1:37:36
Yeah, you know, I'm going to give you a clip of the day for
1:37:39
this a great clip.
1:37:40
Oh, this is something we have not had in a few few months.
1:37:49
That is a great clip. The UN's gotta go.
1:37:53
Yep. And it's interesting. Now we have Bernie Sanders and AOC
1:37:59
agreeing on some of these United Nations like NATO. They say NATO
1:38:03
should be gone. That's no good. NATO. You're not hearing much of
1:38:07
this. It's not a popular stance right now for them to get on
1:38:10
television.
1:38:11
No, cuz it sounds like they're with Trump. Yep.
1:38:15
There's one other thing that's really bothering me about this
1:38:17
whole Ukraine business, and that's mh 17. The Malaysian
1:38:23
aircraft that was shot down over Ukraine, mainly Dutch people in
1:38:29
the plane. The I know, several of the family members of
1:38:34
survivors, surviving family members have reached out to me
1:38:38
over the years, and this was what 2014 I think. And they they
1:38:43
are still not buying the official explanation, which was
1:38:47
Putin, Russia, Russia, Russia, they they are quite convinced
1:38:51
that they do not have well, they don't have all the evidence, the
1:38:53
black box, still not all the information released. Why not
1:38:57
years? Has it been since 2014? Since 2014,
1:39:02
and they and they did recover the
1:39:04
black box. Yeah, but it has not been released. As far as I know,
1:39:07
how does that work? You remember that Russia showed their version
1:39:11
of what they thought happened. And but it was all a book.
1:39:14
Remember that book was a Russian book. So that meant Russia had
1:39:17
to do it. Now, we may never know the answer. But the family
1:39:20
members are dissatisfied with the answers they're getting. And
1:39:23
that is just dragged on for all these years. And they're just
1:39:26
trying to shut everybody up. But there was something else about
1:39:30
that flight, which was brought to my attention and we knew it
1:39:35
at the time. But now when you look at what's happening with
1:39:38
COVID, although it's Thank you, Vladimir Putin for solving COVID
1:39:42
You look at what's happening with COVID is vaccines. And this
1:39:45
very odd push for HIV medication, people testing
1:39:49
positive for HIV, new variants of HIV, all kinds of HIV stuff
1:39:55
that popped up in the news surrounding the vaccine
1:39:58
including Excuse me when I first heard it, I think 2020, early 21
1:40:03
were some Australian vaccine trials show that everyone was
1:40:06
starting to test positive for HIV. So HIV is been bubbling
1:40:11
under quite a bit. Now we go back to Ukraine 2014. Here's Dr.
1:40:15
Fauci. Speaking about the 100 HIV researchers who were on that
1:40:21
plane, I'd like
1:40:22
to express my condolences to the family and friends of the
1:40:27
individuals who are lost in the tragedy of the MH 17 crash. But
1:40:33
I also would like to emphasize that our associates or
1:40:37
colleagues in the AIDS advocacy and scientific community,
1:40:41
particularly Dr. Your blog, has always told us for many, many
1:40:44
years that we've known him that it's very important to keep our
1:40:48
eye on the ball and continue to pursue the end of the AIDS
1:40:52
pandemic. He's been saying that for now. 25 years that I've
1:40:56
known him.
1:40:58
Justin all this weird, interesting data points. Now
1:41:03
it's kind of like the wasn't it the Canadian students who were
1:41:12
virologists who died in the plane crash early on, flying out
1:41:16
of were they fly for the flying out of China by plane that
1:41:20
disappeared. Was that the one that disappeared? No, no, no,
1:41:23
no, no, no. Not well, maybe. I don't know. No, I thought it
1:41:29
crashed.
1:41:30
I think that's the one that were to crash in Russia. I thought
1:41:35
this the plane that disappeared,
1:41:36
or in Wuhan, I'm sorry, that came? No, the crash in Wuhan.
1:41:40
It's a crash in Wuhan. No, the one that disappeared that that
1:41:43
one that's one that CNN spent a year on now. That was that was a
1:41:46
long time ago. This was this was more recently
1:41:49
within a company that planted disappeared was during our show.
1:41:52
It couldn't have been long that long ago.
1:41:54
Our show has been on for a while. Oh, let me see. This was
1:42:00
Canadian. We got to go to being a.io Everybody Canadian
1:42:05
researchers plane crash I'm surprised the troll room hasn't
1:42:09
already told me what's going on
1:42:16
Air India flight 182
1:42:19
That's a different one.
1:42:20
No, no, that can't be it. Shoot. Was it out of Iran? No, it's out
1:42:26
of Iran. That's what it was. Yeah, came out of Iran here
1:42:30
January 8 2020. is where Hillary got hurt? No man. 20 Hillary
1:42:38
didn't get hurt in that one. crashed in Iran. And that had
1:42:44
all of that. Like 100 students who were headed to Canada who
1:42:49
were on nuclear and I think was nuclear researchers and maybe
1:42:54
also some virologists. I mean, there's just too many too many
1:42:58
of these things going on. I hate it is annoying. No, it's not
1:43:03
Yeah, it is because we don't have answers. We don't know
1:43:06
exactly what happened. But the HIV did a show now the yes, the
1:43:13
HIV thing that's obviously weird. See, oh, yeah, then Biden
1:43:20
just being Biden, which I thought was cute.
1:43:22
How do we get to the place where you know, Putin decides he's
1:43:27
gonna just invade Russia and nothing like this it happens as
1:43:30
World War Two
1:43:33
I'm believable. Putin invaded Russia.
1:43:38
I don't know man is so confused. We can't have this anymore. And
1:43:44
you know, the interviewer just sits there. That's fine.
1:43:49
Yeah, you know, they're so tuned out interviewing him that they
1:43:52
can't correct him because normally if you're talking to
1:43:54
somebody I deal with you. You make a little faux pas make a
1:43:58
little noise. I interrupt you right in the middle of the
1:43:59
stream. Yeah. And then you go on Sure. That's what you do. Yes.
1:44:04
You don't need just yet but if I'm not listening at all.
1:44:10
Then you just let it slide. You don't do anything, which is what
1:44:13
most interviews are then done and listening at all at all.
1:44:16
Yes, it's true. Unless you have anything else with that. I'd
1:44:21
like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning
1:44:22
to you the man who put the sea in Mr. Confused Biden, ladies
1:44:26
and gentlemen, please say hello to John C. Devorah.
1:44:30
Do you miss random query in the money out ships and see bits in
1:44:34
the graph in the air subs in the water out there
1:44:37
in the morning to the trolls and the troll room? We have this
1:44:41
troll room where we've actually had some real trolls in there
1:44:45
today. I'm seeing I'm having issues now accessing my own
1:44:48
stuff. Huh? Yes, the the trolls go to troll room.io And it's a
1:44:56
chat room. It's how you can actually use in an IRC chat
1:45:00
client if you want you can. It's very, very simple, very basic,
1:45:05
and it's very trollee Now, what's cool about if you go to
1:45:08
troll room.io You can listen along live and hear the show
1:45:11
live on Thursdays and Sundays and it makes the trolling that
1:45:14
much more fun. Let's have a little counter trolls out there
1:45:18
today. Holy crap. Hola. What is our record? Do you have the
1:45:22
posted note nearby? I do. What do you have on that note?
1:45:30
3046
1:45:31
Boo Okay, yeah, that was big. This is today is 2857 That's not
1:45:35
bad. Sunday's pretty normal that's up there. I'd say that's
1:45:38
up there. Pretty good. If you're not someone for the troll room,
1:45:43
if it's too much action for you, you can always just slow it down
1:45:46
and go to no agenda social calm you can sniff around see what's
1:45:50
going on. Better yet once you get a mastodon account, which is
1:45:53
the fediverse it's the federated social networks without the
1:45:58
algos. Well, you control really your own community do whatever
1:46:01
you want, I can decide whether that guy who called Sir Jean,
1:46:05
dirty dirty red scum, I can decide if that guy gets kicked
1:46:10
off or not. You know, no one else can do that on on a
1:46:13
different system but they could block him not to see him it's
1:46:16
it's a very democratic, it's kind of a lefty system, but it
1:46:20
works for us. And you can follow John C Dvorak at no agenda,
1:46:24
social comm with any Mastodon account, or Adam at no agenda
1:46:28
social.com And we'd appreciate that if you do join the
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conference. Join the Convo thanking the artists for episode
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1430 We titled this banks not tanks. This was dunk town who
1:46:40
brought us the Cheech and Chong Kamala Harris stoned in the bus.
1:46:46
Which this had to be the art because John just is so certain
1:46:50
she's high on edibles that it's consuming your life.
1:46:57
Just consuming her life not mine.
1:46:59
I have to vehemently disagree. I don't think she's high on
1:47:04
edibles. And I have some receipts in this area or high on
1:47:08
any pot really. I've just not I'm not seeing enough squinty
1:47:12
eyes. I'm not just I'm not feeling it. I want to believe
1:47:16
seeing the bloodshot eyes. Yeah, I want maybe I agree with that.
1:47:19
No, I want to agree with you, but I'm not there yet. However,
1:47:24
it's the smoking that gives you the bloodshot eyes. Not edibles.
1:47:27
Mm hmm.
1:47:29
Okay. I mean, I have no experience with weed at all. So
1:47:32
I'm you know why Listen to me an actual expert.
1:47:36
I'm not. I'm not saying you're not an expert. But I smoke dope
1:47:40
before you ever did.
1:47:44
Debatable How old were you?
1:47:52
I don't want to get into the math of it. I
1:47:54
guess it's racist. that math is racist.
1:47:58
that math is racist.
1:48:01
Huh? Did you inhale the like,
1:48:03
you come up with a better explanation for this woman. I'm
1:48:07
sticking with mine.
1:48:08
Yeah, the bald pole. The the laughing sickness which you get
1:48:13
from from taking SSRIs the bullpup polar effect, whatever
1:48:19
that is. Oh, Bo polar. That's the laughing disease.
1:48:24
Yeah, yeah,
1:48:25
that's what I think it is. And that's because she's on either
1:48:28
on Xanax or she's on some other SSRI, SSRI. That's That's what I
1:48:34
think. She stoned one way or the other. Anyway. We both liked the
1:48:39
carrying water for Putin. There were two of them. I think we had
1:48:43
one from Dame Kenny Ben, which was cute was the other and we
1:48:49
have two of these. We had another cartoony one.
1:48:54
It was the one that had I know whose face that was? It
1:49:02
was that was was that Trump's face?
1:49:05
Whose face it was it but it was the other way? I
1:49:08
know it's yeah, it's Trump's face. You got Putin pointing and
1:49:11
then Trump is carrying the water for Putin but I and that was a
1:49:16
mastermind but I kind of like the kind of like damn Kenny
1:49:19
events it was that I also mentioned Taunton Neil's build
1:49:22
back butter, which was cute. Typical pack shot. Um, what else
1:49:28
was there? So you don't even remember you were just you were
1:49:31
like that's the one
1:49:34
was a little Yes, I was a little bit. Yeah, you blame me for
1:49:38
picking?
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Thank you. And there it is. That's how the process works. So
1:49:43
but people loved it. That was obvious the feedback the
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We start off with Jim Schneeberger who is in Cary,
1:51:16
North Carolina. Yep, he's been around. Well, he comes in today
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1:51:28
something's up we read in the morning to you good serves thank
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you for that truth. a commodity that is becoming more and more
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scarce with each passing day. We fully agree with your unique
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thus bestow upon my smokin hot wife damn Marianne Schneeberger
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damsel of disaster. The tide led by countless ruling over the
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lesser known nomadic territory named the last bastion of soap,
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sanity and love, which is geographically located wherever
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the two of us are, together in situ, confer on me the title of
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Baron and ruler of Shotzi land Schutze land which Schutze land
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and she got shiatsu Shots yatse Shots nose
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sh at Z shot Sealand chitlin Oh, here it is. This is a very, we
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got the answer I should have read on this is a very small
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territory inhabited by only the bravest, most courageous and
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loyal of subjects and currently with a population of just one,
1:52:38
the spirit of our beautiful and beloved dog Shotzi, who passed
1:52:42
away on February 2 Shotzi. I hope you will accommodate these
1:52:46
two rather unusual peerages I'm sure we can do that. No, jingles
1:52:49
are common, but thanks and respect to you both as always,
1:52:52
sir JimBob way in anticipation of being referred to as Baron of
1:52:55
Shotzi. Land PS for the roundtable. May I request a bag
1:52:59
of freeze dried chicken dog treats and a bowl of water? Yes,
1:53:04
for Shotzi we totally understand that. I know Shotzi is looking
1:53:07
for us even though he was blind in his life, he may somehow find
1:53:10
his way under the table. And we would be remiss to not have some
1:53:13
refreshment waiting for him at the end of his long journey.
1:53:16
Even if only my dreams and prayers. Thank you, Jim. You got
1:53:20
it. We'll have that for Shotzi hmm, Consider it done.
1:53:25
Next on the list is Josh Adams in early Alabama one Oh 1.33
1:53:30
says there's an email. Yes, I didn't get one. I did. Oh, then
1:53:35
you can read
1:53:35
it. I did get one and it's actually came in two parts. One
1:53:38
part he didn't want me to read and that will become clear from
1:53:41
the second part. dealer's choice Sharpton little girl Yay. Good
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Karma. I'm Josh A, the CTO of true social. That's Trump's
1:53:53
outfit. The Chief Technology Officer. I'd like to be knighted
1:53:57
sir Josh a and consequently would appreciate a D douching.
1:54:03
You've been D deuced. I've contributed $1,001.33 of my
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treasure the $1,000 is directly tied to the knighting. The 33
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serves to remind us of the sacrifice of building seven. The
1:54:21
remaining dollar I would like to introduce into the penny jar to
1:54:24
take over the burden Adam has carried for the last 100 nights
1:54:27
that requested a penny from the jar to push them over the top. I
1:54:30
will expect fealty from them for having borne their shame in the
1:54:34
morning, says Josh. So he wants to talk to me about some stuff
1:54:39
too. And you know good and what I've been wanting to find out is
1:54:43
is his true social going to be federated.
1:54:48
Yeah, I think you you're the You're the man to talk to him.
1:54:53
Yes. So this should be good.
1:54:55
I can't wait. No real conference. You've got karma.
1:55:03
Thank you Josh. But he can't be he doesn't does he have he
1:55:07
doesn't have a night name does he? I don't think he chose one.
1:55:11
All right. Oh look.
1:55:16
Lacey before 2030 in Lake Mills, Wisconsin hoping my donation
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amount is self explanatory. Well, if not read on, I
1:55:27
discovered the best podcast in the universe in the mid January
1:55:30
of 2020. Right before the C word became the rage. Your comedic
1:55:35
delivery and coverage of the globalist agenda made me a loyal
1:55:39
listener. thought for sure I would write war and peace if I
1:55:43
ever donated enough to have my note read on the show, but I'll
1:55:46
keep it short. Keep doing what you do being a beacon of light
1:55:50
to those who seek truth. Amid the M five M lies. jingles and
1:55:58
karma please give me a kick in the crutch crotch crotch kick in
1:56:02
the crotch and I'm not a I'm not a pagan. I don't know these
1:56:06
jingles. But I love this screaming dog karma. Oh, I see.
1:56:10
Okay. So I'll take a dose of that too for good measure, Keep
1:56:15
it keep the love lit. UCB
1:56:19
Lacey B and legendary sorry, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. shall get
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kicked to the crotch.
1:56:38
Joseph Finley Louisville, Ohio $400 my only thing to say public
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thank you to you and John. Nothing else. Thank you, Joseph.
1:56:46
Good man here certainly you get this because I can't. Doesn't
1:56:50
fit on your sheet. Now. So de Fuca zotoh 34567 Gladstone,
1:56:56
Missouri. As always, thanks for your yeoman's work in media
1:56:59
deconstruction needed now more than ever, just a few thoughts
1:57:02
on Ukraine. And he writes a long note but he is a Duke. Grand
1:57:07
Duke is clearly must be close. He's a Duke for sure. Do you
1:57:10
know
1:57:11
he's becoming an Archduke? Ah,
1:57:13
an Archduke. To establish my bona fides. He says this is a
1:57:18
few thoughts on Ukraine. When stationed in Germany from 2012
1:57:22
to 2016, I spent quite a lot of time there helping to improve
1:57:25
their military medical system. And at one time was the NATO guy
1:57:30
engaging directly with their military Surgeon General. One
1:57:33
thing I've noticed in the latest troubles is the seeming
1:57:36
inability in the larger media space to have any sort of nuance
1:57:39
about what's going on. That's why these donation segments our
1:57:43
content, listen to this, someone with receipts for it. Ukraine is
1:57:48
or was a lovely place with lovely regular people, good
1:57:51
ones, bad ones, just like any other place around the world.
1:57:53
Likewise, while I haven't been there, Russia has its good and
1:57:55
bad points. But I find frustrating is the complete and
1:57:58
total refusal to acknowledge that Russia has a paranoid
1:58:00
national personality due to repeated invasions from the Huns
1:58:04
to the Germans and now the encroachment of NATO nobody
1:58:06
should be surprised that things are shaking out the way they
1:58:09
are. If I as a Duke had any say I'd have abolished NATO once the
1:58:13
Warsaw Pact collapse, but I wasn't a Duke then and nobody
1:58:16
asked me so it is what it is. And a lot of people around the
1:58:19
world are just getting screwed by this whole thing. There are
1:58:21
no participants in this ongoing shit show without culpability
1:58:24
the way this is going down. No agenda seems to be the only
1:58:27
place that acknowledges this. I imagine I'm not alone, but
1:58:31
whenever I chat about current events began with quote regular
1:58:34
people. I feel like I'm the smartest guy in the room. Thanks
1:58:37
in no smart small part to you fellas. But enough of that.
1:58:40
Finally, I passed this threshold for Archduke sometime last year
1:58:43
would love an upgrade if y'all could spare one. Of course.
1:58:46
John, I apologize for the verbosity and hope this
1:58:49
convinces you that I'm over my COVID brain. Also that 2005
1:58:54
Chardonnay asked about turned out to be pretty drinkable. If
1:58:57
there are any typos I attribute them to the wine which he
1:59:01
spelled th e w ein Adam congrats for joining the ranks of us
1:59:05
COVID survivors Come on John the water's fine. Just kidding of
1:59:09
course don't get any on ya know jingles good karma and blessings
1:59:12
to you both assumed to be Archduke sir de Fuca Soto and
1:59:16
his lovely family. Thank you so much you've got
1:59:24
on we're Brian Boyle in Garden Grove 333 Got three four. Love
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is lit no jingles. No karma. Just a question for Adam.
1:59:35
Forgive me if you have addressed this before, was the Moscow
1:59:38
music Peace Festival, a CIA? I'm sorry, CIA operation. Appreciate
1:59:44
you both.
1:59:46
We've talked about this on the show before. It was first and
1:59:49
foremost a Get Out of Jail Free card for doc McGee who was
1:59:53
caught smuggling marijuana in his Learjet into Florida. And
1:59:57
instead of going to jail, he said This concert up, which was
2:00:01
a anti drug and alcohol concert, which was hilarious because
2:00:05
everyone was plastered on the on the plane on the way over. And
2:00:09
for that reason alone, it means there was some quid pro quo and
2:00:12
I'm pretty sure that there was, well, it was a CIA operation to.
2:00:18
And this was 1989 to bring more western influences into Russia
2:00:24
to get everybody riled up. There's rumors that wind have
2:00:27
changed by the scorpions. The only song Klaus mine in the lead
2:00:30
singer wrote was in fact, perhaps written or produced by
2:00:35
CIA, he denies it. Very possible, but there was you
2:00:40
cannot be going with with 100 people, rock stars and
2:00:45
television going to Moscow in 1989 without both KGB and CIA
2:00:50
being involved for
2:00:51
sure. Short answer yes.
2:00:55
You in a hurry, bro. No, I couldn't resist Rob Garcia
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Lombardi Illinois 333 dot 33 Our favorite executive producer
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donation first time caller longtime listener please de
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douche me. You've been D deuced. Thank you for providing an
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alternative viewpoint to the monotony that is our media hope
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you never find an exit strategy. No jingles, random karma rob
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from Lombard Illinois. You've got karma.
2:01:25
You know, we have Stephen in Estonia. $333 and he has no note
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that I can see and maybe he'll get get us one because we'd like
2:01:35
to hear his report. It's interesting because all of a
2:01:38
sudden we're getting Estonian donations for our coverage is
2:01:42
interesting.
2:01:43
It's interesting because it says sewist which I think is the
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Netherlands so I wonder if come if he's currently there or
2:01:50
currently in or is from they're currently in Estonia? I'm not
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sure.
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Sarah goes. Is he? Yes, Spain.
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Yes, that's the spine. Yeah.
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I used in Spain, but still Scott in Beaverton, Oregon. 333 This
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is Scott de douche me. I need some karma. You've been de
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deuced
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you've got karma.
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We see Dame Angela castnet. I was just talking about you the
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other day with the keeper 333 from Henderson Nevada. Thank you
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that is all she says. Dame Angela thank you as always for
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supporting us you have done so much throughout the years
2:02:32
including producing many tours. Chad Belcher is in blocked
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Biloxi Miss Missouri, Missouri. Yeah. Mississippi, Missouri.
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Biloxi, Missouri. Where's Biloxi? Mississippi? Biloxi is
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right on the coast. Great place our first Associate Executive
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Producer to 5555. No note that I could find. Once you grab these
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next
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two, yes, sir. Funk of the Baron of Sir funk Baron of Brisbane.
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Brisbane, he's in Queensland. A pair of 20 threes to honor the
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king us in bowling Shane shares sir funk. Oh, then followed by
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your buddy Gordon in Austin, Texas. tu tu tu tu tu for my son
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John Walton, working on Baronet
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at Gordon who of course attended the meetup yesterday. I wish I
2:03:23
could have been there but the generator finally all came
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together so I couldn't make the Austin meetup but Gordon has
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been donating to his family members for a long time. Getting
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them all up to royalty status. Thank you, Gordon. My Gaston
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with a row of ducks or geese or fowl 22222. This donation brings
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me to knighthood. I'd like to give this honor to my smokin hot
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wife Lydia. She deserves it for laying her life down for our
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family and homeschooling our human resources. Thanks babe.
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Lydia would like to be knighted or deemed as Dame Girl Guide of
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the bush felt the bush felt be us bushveld. Dame Girl Guide of
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the bush felt and request grape Tiser and cooks dusters at the
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round table please. What the heck is what is Grape tizer?
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It's either its appetizer, I guess. And, and cooks dusters.
2:04:20
You know people played a game they did doing this now and
2:04:23
maybe you know the other day we had whale oil beef hooked as a
2:04:29
donation note, you remember that I was confused vaguely. Yeah,
2:04:32
we'll finally I figured out whale oil beef hooked. Well, oil
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be fucked. You see, it's uh oh. Yeah, that's like Seymour butts.
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Yeah, kind of one of those jobs. So let me see if we can decode
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this one. Grape Tiser and cooks us does not ring it for me.
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Jingles resist we much noodle gun. Keep the Faith gents. Thank
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you for your courage. Mike Gaston, thank you very much.
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He's on the list. No real conflict with the money I got
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the my pasta Glock locked and loaded
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once you get the last one,
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we have Tim ratter Woodstock, Ontario $200 Our final SOC
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executive producer shortlist today I have much to ask. I wish
2:05:24
to acquire another Associate Executive producer credit with
2:05:27
his $200 USD donation from Sir Kilgore Trout have the dude's
2:05:31
name Ben retired, and I do believe it makes me eligible to
2:05:36
request a protectorate comprised of the Regional Municipality of
2:05:39
Waterloo counties of Brant, Perth and Wellington, each
2:05:43
located in Ontario, Canada Navia. Well, we see blue on the
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list. So yeah, I think you've been approved. Please also add
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me to the birthday list for Tuesday, March 8. title change,
2:05:53
which will be the Bowie version, we'll do that sir Kilgore Trout
2:05:56
have the dude's name Ben. Retired to barren of middle
2:06:00
Ontario now instead of a jingle. Would you please play the
2:06:03
complete I got ants at the end of the show? Yeah, we could do
2:06:08
that. It's been a busy one again. But yeah, we'll take care
2:06:14
of that for you. Aren't you due to karma for all my no agenda
2:06:17
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formula is this. We go out or hit people in the mouth. Putting
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the ant song into the end of Silla COVID Yeah. Are you
2:08:29
offering me some COVID Do you want to talk to COVID? Do you
2:08:32
need some COVID? Man, you're the only one that I know who hasn't
2:08:35
had it? Yeah, well, you did have it now. You did have it. We
2:08:38
think you had it right early. Dr. Day be
2:08:44
ready for this? Yes. COVID This is the New Zealand farce part
2:08:48
one.
2:08:50
New Zealand is in the throes of skyrocketing COVID-19
2:08:53
infections, marking a dramatic shift for the small country in
2:08:57
the South Pacific. For much of the pandemic it had successfully
2:09:00
suppressed the virus. But daily cases that numbered in the
2:09:04
hundreds just two weeks ago jumped to more than 22,000 By
2:09:08
Friday, and prs. Julian McCarthy has this report
2:09:12
omachron finally arrived in New Zealand and is spreading it was
2:09:16
estimated to be the fastest rate in the world. Monday hit a
2:09:19
record high of more than 32,000 new infections. A staggering
2:09:24
number in a country of just 5 million. epidemiologist Michael
2:09:28
Baker told local media that New Zealanders will need to make a
2:09:31
psychological shift
2:09:33
is a shock to see those numbers go so high. And one reason it's
2:09:38
a shock is that New Zealand's manage the pandemic so well to
2:09:41
date. We kick case numbers down in particular, we've kept this
2:09:45
very low.
2:09:46
In fact, only 63 People have died from COVID 19, one of the
2:09:50
lowest counts in the world, and it was achieved through some of
2:09:54
the strictest lockdowns in the world. But Prime Minister
2:09:57
Jacinda Ardern warned that as the country Now moves into a new
2:10:01
more relaxed phase ending restrictions and opening up
2:10:04
there will be more virus circulating and more New
2:10:08
Zealanders getting it. She encouraged that third shot
2:10:11
and it's you firm up your household Omicron plan. Make
2:10:14
your booster The first thing you do to protect yourself and
2:10:17
vulnerable people you know from getting the virus
2:10:19
as eye popping as the OMA Kron surge is New Zealand Health
2:10:23
Director Ashley Bloomfield says the country's high rate of
2:10:27
vaccination 80% According to Johns Hopkins will keep
2:10:31
hospitalizations down and outcomes up.
2:10:37
So far, so don't worry. Don't worry. It'll keep you out of the
2:10:39
hospital people. Yes, it doesn't do much else but maybe maybe
2:10:43
that No, who knows.
2:10:44
We don't even know it does.
2:10:46
We don't know. No.
2:10:47
If I do have more to this, you want to hear me? Yes, Elan. You
2:10:51
have to remember the reason why I'm playing this is because New
2:10:54
Zealand
2:10:54
law lighter than the witches bipole No, they couldn't go
2:10:58
outside.
2:10:59
You couldn't say hello. You couldn't sing. The Prime
2:11:03
Minister canceled her own wedding.
2:11:06
Yeah. For most people COVID-19 will be a mild to moderate
2:11:11
illness that can be managed quite safely at home.
2:11:14
Omicron is radiating out from New Zealand's largest city
2:11:18
Auckland.
2:11:19
Wow. radiating out. That's yeah, that's interesting. Yeah, like
2:11:26
that.
2:11:27
Omicron is radiating out from New Zealand's largest city
2:11:30
Auckland, where anti lockdown protests erupted last year. The
2:11:35
capital Wellington saw protracted at times violent
2:11:38
demonstrations in the last three weeks. Government opponents
2:11:42
occupied the grounds of Parliament, decrying mandates
2:11:45
and touting natural immunity over vaccines. Things turned
2:11:50
nasty when protesters flung feces at police and bounced a
2:11:54
stinging spray on officers. When Wellington police shut the
2:11:58
occupation down this week, Prime Minister Ardern condemned the
2:12:01
violence and the DIS information that she said protesters had
2:12:05
succumbed to
2:12:07
seen that disinformation and dismissed it is conspiracy
2:12:11
theory. A small portion of our society have not only believed
2:12:15
it, they have acted upon it in an extreme and violent way that
2:12:20
cannot stand
2:12:21
every major democracy has had to confront citizens uneasy with
2:12:25
vaccines and the fundamental clash. The obligation one owes
2:12:30
society versus one's individual right to act freely. New
2:12:35
Zealander Trudy Kessels, a mother of three and member of
2:12:39
families against mandates says the government is wielding a
2:12:43
blunt instrument in that dispute. She says these
2:12:46
complicated tensions made nuanced discussion and complex
2:12:53
solutions. There may be ample opportunity for that yet. Noted
2:12:58
public health physician David Skeggs says the pandemic is far
2:13:02
from over the virus
2:13:03
continues to mutate. And personally, I'll be surprised
2:13:08
that we're still talking about the Omicron variant by the end
2:13:11
of the year. Rather, what are they going to do with her? I
2:13:15
mean, we're seeing the COVID narrative being backtracked
2:13:20
walked back turned around blamed on faceless organizations like
2:13:24
CDC. She doesn't as far as I know, she doesn't really have
2:13:28
that to hide behind as this thing falls apart. Have they?
2:13:32
Have they not given her a read in on this? Or? I mean, are they
2:13:35
just behind
2:13:36
him baffled, but you can ask me for the next two days. I am
2:13:40
totally baffled by New Zealand. I don't know what how this woman
2:13:44
hasn't been, you know, taken out and had her head shaved?
2:13:48
No. This is why Putin had to step in because they knew that
2:13:53
the no agenda nation is going to be starting to shave heads
2:13:56
everywhere. It's really, you know, Christina, she she called
2:14:01
me the other day. And she hasn't been able to do anything up
2:14:05
until she got COVID. And I didn't really realize how sick
2:14:08
it is. So she couldn't go to certain stores. She couldn't go
2:14:11
to restaurants, bars, not that she needs to but she couldn't
2:14:14
eat out. Couldn't even go to the gym because she's not
2:14:18
vaccinated. Now that she's had COVID Now she gets the QR code
2:14:24
now she can go to the gym. And that's how sick these people
2:14:27
are. And she and her entire her industry, which is
2:14:32
entertainment, music and entertainment kind of fallen
2:14:36
apart. You know, a lot of things. A lot of gigs were
2:14:38
canceled a lot of stuff that she was TV shows scheduled to do. So
2:14:43
she's known as as I know, my daughter's like I'll go out and
2:14:46
get a gadget get a job and work at a restaurant. Now she can and
2:14:50
now she has honestly and I talked her off the ledge a bit
2:14:55
but she has social anxiety. She has been locked in it's just I
2:15:01
don't even I don't think I can even speak properly around a lot
2:15:04
of people. And this is happening everywhere.
2:15:09
It's really sad SEC a great experiment,
2:15:13
an evil an evil experiment. Meanwhile, what is not being
2:15:19
discussed? Thank you, Tom Starkweather for reminding me
2:15:21
that the private workers mandate is still in effect in New York
2:15:24
City. He can't get the jobs he's going after because he has to
2:15:28
prove he's vaccinated. What? Why are these companies doing this?
2:15:35
If mandates are being dropped everywhere, why do they continue
2:15:37
to do this?
2:15:40
They're sick. Hmm. I don't know. Again, I'm clueless.
2:15:47
So the narrative is falling apart except for Hong Kong. Hong
2:15:51
Kong. Apparently, Hong Kong residents urged not to panic
2:15:55
ahead of COVID Maths testing. Now I'll give you a reason to
2:15:59
panic ahead of COVID Maths testing. Have you used your at
2:16:02
home test yet?
2:16:05
I I took your advice and didn't use it.
2:16:08
Very good, sir.
2:16:10
A warning now for the 60 million people who are receiving those
2:16:14
free government issued at home COVID tests. The extraction tube
2:16:18
in many of the kids includes a chemical that can be harmful or
2:16:22
even deadly. It's colorless, tasteless. odorless is a powder
2:16:27
that's found in things like airbags and Pest Control
2:16:30
Solutions. Maya belay from our Cleveland station checks in with
2:16:33
poison control. For a look at the potential danger. Ohio
2:16:37
poison control centers are sounding the alarm surrounding a
2:16:40
liquid substance called sodium azides. Found in some at home
2:16:44
COVID testing kits that could be toxic to children as well as
2:16:48
adults, if used incorrectly in our toxicology community has
2:16:51
been both surprised that this was ingredient in some of the
2:16:54
kits. And also concerned, we have seen exposures in all age
2:16:58
groups. The drug and poison Information Center at Cincinnati
2:17:01
Children's Hospital reports increasing calls to their
2:17:05
hotline related to accidental exposure to the substance. So
2:17:09
far, nearly 40 exposures were reported there. And the problem
2:17:13
is nationwide, we are one of 55 Poison Control Centers. And
2:17:18
nationwide, other poison centers have been reporting a similar
2:17:21
finding. And there have been more than a couple of 100
2:17:23
exposures nationwide to sodium azides and test kits. Doctors
2:17:28
advise parents to keep the kids out of reach of children. And
2:17:31
when testing children for COVID at home to make sure they are
2:17:34
supervised in order to avoid any adverse side effects from
2:17:38
exposure. Experts say following instructions is key. Some adults
2:17:42
actually ended up using the potentially harmful substance to
2:17:45
swab their nose because they didn't follow directions.
2:17:50
Okay. Oh, brother, a bogus story.
2:17:53
I don't know.
2:17:54
What is this chemical that he did get rid of Swabians the
2:17:57
reagents? The reagent? reagent is equals chemical. You don't
2:18:02
dip it in?
2:18:04
You, you you? Okay, if you're if you're doing it that I don't
2:18:09
know what's going on with this story.
2:18:12
But it's a it's a chemical that comes with the kit. The swab is
2:18:16
a swab just writers opinion. I don't have I don't have the
2:18:20
directions. Okay,
2:18:21
well, I've done these. And I think what's happening is people
2:18:24
are I mean, if they're not following, it's three steps.
2:18:29
Dropping, you dropped six of the reagent drops into the test kit,
2:18:33
which is a folded piece of cardboard with a thing in it.
2:18:37
Then you swab your nose and then stick the swab into the little
2:18:41
slot where you just put the drops in, spin it three times
2:18:44
and wait to see if you test positive. How could anyone get
2:18:47
that wrong? It may it may sound like a bogus story. It sounds
2:18:50
more to me like, oh, no, they didn't follow directions instead
2:18:53
of maybe there was something on the swab.
2:18:55
You know, it's almost like, did they put the liquid that's in
2:19:00
the kit in a drink? It was alcohol or you know, I don't
2:19:04
know.
2:19:05
They see it sounds to me like, Oh, you didn't follow
2:19:07
directions, therefore you got sick, but maybe that's from
2:19:10
China, half of them are from China,
2:19:12
or more than half and more than half I think.
2:19:15
But shouldn't this be a bigger news story if people are really
2:19:18
getting sick from the 16 million swabs?
2:19:22
It's it's a new story. I saw you saw
2:19:24
two okay. All right. I only saw one I didn't see a lot. It
2:19:27
wasn't like
2:19:29
pounding the drum with it. That's for sure. Because Ukraine
2:19:31
you got to carry and things so what
2:19:33
you're right. So they're doing it in Britain to The Telegraph,
2:19:38
which is reasonably respectable Britain's COVID experts quote,
2:19:42
abandoned their objectivity and misled with alarming models. Do
2:19:50
you think they'll ever none of these people's heads will be
2:19:53
shaven?
2:19:55
No, and they all should go yeah, those guys at the University of
2:19:58
London or wherever it was. It came early. Apparently Imperial,
2:20:01
college, Imperial College
2:20:03
and listen to CDC, who soon to be ex CDC director, I guarantee
2:20:09
you she's on her way out. This seems to me like this was
2:20:12
released, shouldn't even have been released. I don't know
2:20:15
where she was talking. But she's just waffling about, about the
2:20:19
vaccine efficacy. And apparently she got all of her her news
2:20:23
about how effective it was from CNN,
2:20:26
I can tell you where I was when CNN became that it was 95%
2:20:30
effective of the vaccine. So many of us wanted to be helpful.
2:20:34
So many of us wanted to say, Okay, this is our ticket out
2:20:37
right now we're done. So I think we have perhaps too little
2:20:42
caution and too much optimism for some good things that came
2:20:46
our way. I really do. I think all of us wanted this to be
2:20:51
done. Nobody said waning, when when you know, this vaccine is
2:20:56
gonna work. Oh, well, maybe it'll work at all were on.
2:21:00
Nobody said, Well, what is the next version? It doesn't it
2:21:02
doesn't. It's not as public and dense the next variant?
2:21:06
So nobody said it was waning. I mean, I couldn't believe it.
2:21:09
CNN, they said, Oh, it's great. And then it was waning. No one
2:21:12
said that to me. No one told me I didn't know. Oh, you mean
2:21:16
because of the Pfizer documents which have been hidden away and
2:21:20
are now slowly being released another fine thing that this
2:21:24
Ukraine war is covering up? And where's Dr. Fauci? Well, Dr.
2:21:30
Fauci is now doing podcasts. He's no longer on the
2:21:34
mainstream, because why would you show your face? He's
2:21:37
actually
2:21:38
it. Have you heard from her over the last two weeks? Yes, I
2:21:41
have one clip. And one was from, oh, it's from a podcast. No, I
2:21:46
know. But do you have a date is that oh,
2:21:48
I think two or three days ago, it's very recent. He's been
2:21:52
doing a woke a f one podcast, in this other podcast, which is
2:21:57
Carlos Miller, and Chico been in two black guys. Now, we know
2:22:03
that these documents from the the trials are, are now being
2:22:08
released under the in the fog of war. The Pfizer vaccine,
2:22:12
according to the documents that are available now, excuse me,
2:22:16
has documented over 1200 side effects. They were I think,
2:22:21
equal number of people died during the trials, all of that
2:22:24
was covered up, they went, and they had to legally release
2:22:27
their trial data. And they went to the judge and say, lock it up
2:22:31
for 75 years. So it was about the the trials and the trial
2:22:36
data, which is exactly what the doubt character the ex Blackrock
2:22:39
guy was talking about. He says, you know, this is gonna turn out
2:22:43
it's gonna there was fraud, fraud was involved. That's why
2:22:46
they want to hide these documents for 75 years. What is
2:22:49
the stock price of Maderna? And Pfizer? Are they down? They must
2:22:52
be down. Are they tanking?
2:22:54
Well, everything's down. So it's kind of covered up,
2:22:57
covered up because everything's down? Well, so he was asked
2:23:00
this, he was asked a little different question, which was
2:23:03
interesting, by these two guys on the podcast, and Fauci Fain,
2:23:09
just enormous outrage over over what they said, which was
2:23:13
technically incorrect, but he could have, he could have done a
2:23:17
little more.
2:23:17
Alright, I'm gonna just keep your Holloway real with you.
2:23:19
When the CDC came out and said they weren't going to tell
2:23:22
people what's in the vaccination for 75 years that turned a lot
2:23:26
of black people. Why did they say 75 years?
2:23:30
I don't know what you're talking about. They never said that.
2:23:32
Seriously. I think that's myth. They mean, they said they
2:23:36
weren't going to tell anybody what's in the vaccine for 75
2:23:39
years. I don't think they've ever said that,
2:23:41
sir. You better check that I mentioned in it. Well, they
2:23:44
won't tell us what's
2:23:45
in it. Too bad poor preparation on the host part.
2:23:50
Very poor preparation, that guys, if you worded it, they
2:23:54
weren't going to tell us what was in the research data. Here's
2:23:58
how I won these reports. There's a lot of things they didn't want
2:24:01
to tell us. But it wasn't what's in the vaccine. And here's
2:24:05
how we would have produced it, do it the exact same way. Let
2:24:09
Fauci come back with that answer, and then say, oh, no,
2:24:12
I'm sorry. It was the it was the Pfizer FDA documents about the
2:24:16
trial data, and then have him answer Homina. Then
2:24:20
if you want to go further than that. The other host would say,
2:24:26
oh, and since it was specifically 75 years, that's
2:24:29
what's everyone's talking about. You must have actually known
2:24:32
that. Why didn't you correct? Yes, question. You can do that.
2:24:36
You know, it's this legal to correct to correct the question
2:24:39
instead of just jumping all over somebody for a syntactical
2:24:43
error.
2:24:45
Exactly. Could have slammed him. Yep. But slammed all the way. So
2:24:49
the question was, or the question was related to vaccine
2:24:53
hesitancy amongst black American brothers and sisters. And some
2:24:59
of this has been The hesitancy has been spurred by the
2:25:02
disinformation doesn't, which does not include your no agenda
2:25:07
show but does include Robert F. Kennedy Jr. One of our producers
2:25:12
was sifting through the archives went back to Episode 765. How
2:25:18
far back is that? Do you think 765, about six years ago, six
2:25:23
years ago, and picked up something that we played at the
2:25:27
time, which involve Bobby Kennedy, Jr, and vaccines, not
2:25:32
the mRNA. But definitely some cause for hesitation which has
2:25:37
conveniently been forgotten. We go back to episode seven, six.
2:25:42
Brothers and sisters, I'm here to bring to you some vital
2:25:47
information that has happened to our community.
2:25:51
This is Tony Muhammad from the Nation of Islam. And
2:25:55
it has not been brought to the attention of black people
2:25:59
throughout America. Four months ago, Bobby Kennedy, the son of
2:26:05
Robert Kennedy, met with me in Los Angeles to give me some
2:26:10
shocking and revealing and I mean, terrible information on
2:26:15
what's going on at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta,
2:26:20
Georgia. It has been brought to our attention that the senior
2:26:26
lead scientist for the Center of Disease Control has admitted
2:26:32
that the MMR vaccines, and many of the vaccine shots have been
2:26:38
genetically modified to attack Black and Latino boys. I don't
2:26:44
think you heard me. We are living in a wicked time, where
2:26:50
we are dealing with a spiritual wickedness in high places, and
2:26:55
the pharmaceutical industry along with the American Medical
2:26:59
Association, have found a way like Pharaoh did doing the
2:27:04
children of Israel when it was time for them to make an exit.
2:27:07
Pharaoh said let us kill all boy babies to another. And so now
2:27:13
they are trying to force vaccines on baby boys at least
2:27:17
80 shots before they are three years old. So this is what
2:27:21
Minister Farrakhan said we are going to do on the 24th. And the
2:27:26
25th of this month, 25,000 of us are going to march on the Center
2:27:31
for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia. And we're going to say
2:27:36
not another tusky on our watch. We be damned if we don't stand
2:27:40
around and let somebody else pump us up with viruses. It's
2:27:45
time for us to stand up. So take this information down as I exit,
2:27:49
go to cdc truth.org. And on the 24th and 25th. If you're in
2:27:56
Alabama, in Georgia, in South Carolina, in Tennessee, we need
2:28:01
you in Atlanta, Georgia, where the Honorable Minister Louis
2:28:05
Farrakhan will be leading us to march against the Center for
2:28:08
Disease Control. Thank you and look up more information on this
2:28:13
heinous act my
2:28:18
data might do it. Those guys are persona non grata. Certainly
2:28:24
fair to
2:28:24
CDC truth that org is still in business. Oh, you checked me on
2:28:29
it now?
2:28:30
Anything good? Anything? Anything about the famous
2:28:36
Australian cricketer?
2:28:38
No, no one dropped dead. Yep.
2:28:41
Yep, hard heart issues. He had chest pain before that. And then
2:28:48
Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. This is it's your times this week. You
2:28:56
thought it was just a joke. The Coronavirus invade cells in the
2:29:00
penis and testicles of monkeys. They got a great picture of this
2:29:06
monkey with like it's got a great shot. Yeah, the research
2:29:12
demonstrated the Coronavirus, infected the prostate penis
2:29:16
testicles and surrounding blood vessels in three male rhesus
2:29:19
macaques. The monkeys were examined with whole body scans
2:29:23
specifically designed to detect the sites of infection. This
2:29:26
does not bode well.
2:29:29
Well, it's it's a weapon of mass destruction that was invented
2:29:33
and developed by the United States government in concert
2:29:35
with the Chinese. And who knows who else and you know, it was an
2:29:41
accident. Hey, what are you gonna do?
2:29:44
Well, what you're going to do is you're going to fund this to
2:29:47
keep it going. There. We didn't actually get to this, regarding
2:29:51
the State of the Union, which was of course childish and
2:29:53
boring. But President Biden did confirm something we discussed
2:29:58
on the show a couple of months ago. As the big deal
2:30:01
I announced the plan to supercharge the Cancer Moonshot,
2:30:04
the President Obama asked me late six years ago. Our goal is
2:30:08
to cut cancer death rates by at least 50% over 25 years. And I
2:30:12
think we can do better than that. Turn cancers, from death
2:30:16
sentences into treatable diseases, more support for
2:30:20
patients and their families. To get there, I call on Congress to
2:30:23
fund what I call ARPA H. Advanced, Advanced Research
2:30:30
Projects Agency for Health, patterned after DARPA and the
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Defense Department projects that lead in DARPA to the internet.
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GPS is so much more than make our forces more safer, and be
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able to wage war more with more clarity. ARPA will have a
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singular purpose to drive breakthroughs in cancer,
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Alzheimer's and diabetes, and more Hmm
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Well, we learned about this from
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last Wait, just stop for a second the billions and billions
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and billions of dollars that private industry has already
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thrown at these diseases What's he get it what is this going to
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do?
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Well, what is going to do is it's going to continue to fund
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our own demise and this is what Malone was talking about his his
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CIA buddy that he wrote the book with was talking about DARPA
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being involved in the in the in the in the in the creation of
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