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September 29th, 2022 • 3h 5m

1490: Peanut Butter Spies

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You're going to kill the old man Bill. Adam curry, John C.
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Devora.
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Thursday, September 29 2022. This is your award winning keep
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our nation media assassination episode 1490.
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This is no agenda
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tracking pipe globally and broadcasting live from the heart
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of the Texas hill country here in FEMA Region number six.
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Morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry,
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and from Northern Silicon Valley where it's beautiful. I'm John
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C. Dvorak. Buzzkill. How beautiful. Is this used to be
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raining in Florida?
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Oh, goodness. It was did they write that for you use did you
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pay $10 for that one. What for that joke seems to be raining in
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Florida was a joke. Oh, come on.
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It's a fact.
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Alrighty, then. Yeah. How convenient is this thing. I
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mean, it's very inconvenient for people. Uh, Tina knows a lot of
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people they in Fort Myers once have a very difficult time
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of Fort Myers got swept.
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hammered. Absolutely. I'm hammer. Hammer hammered. No,
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really? No, I
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did. He got hammered.
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So and you know, this, this is? So you know, I talk to Tina,
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whenever this happens, and she's lived through cat two, I think
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or maybe a cat three but never a cat five. And she said besides
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the terrifying howling like, like you're in a freight train
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in your house. Yeah, the noise is really bad is really, really
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bad. The aftermath is the problem. She says, you know,
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guaranteed there's a week the first of all, there are people
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dead, you know, this, this is okay, massive day wrecker. Then
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there's a week of no electricity. Everyone's got
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generators running. And so just just constant generator noise.
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Your house starts to get all moldy and smell like it's
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rotting away from the
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bad bad stinks.
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And of course, this was a once in a 500 year event. Uh huh.
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Sure. How convenient. First, we can we can knock off the news of
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the pipeline of the pipeline sabotage.
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So let's listen too much.
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It's always good to
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hear hear. Yeah, maybe? Yeah.
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Well, it's about No, we don't
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care. We just face it. What difference does it make to us?
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Do
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you think that Florida will have infrastructure back up and
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running in time for the midterm elections? With this
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devastating? Okay. I thought it was right. I didn't clip it. I
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heard it. Tina was watching the five on Fox, and I heard the
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other words have a token Democrat. Now sometimes it's
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Geraldo sometimes it's a former Senators figures. Yeah.
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CNN token Republic has totally
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well done. CNN doesn't even do token Republicans they follow
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they used to. So they have this Jessica lady. And she and I
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gotta hand it to her. She holds herself up pretty well against
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the obvious scorn and deserved. But she said something you said
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and she was they were interviewing Marco Rubio. Rubio
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is always in on games everywhere. It's I don't trust
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him and she asked What about the nursing homes? How are the
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nursing homes? And it just struck me for that moment? Like,
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are we going to try and draw a comparison with Cuomo and with
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DeSantis if people in the nursing homes die? I mean, I
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just felt like that was already the spin that she was trying to
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put on it.
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TV sucks.
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But we're supposed to deconstruct it so I'm just
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trying to figure out where are we where are we going with this?
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Well, I can't come up with anything. I don't really know if
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I have any clips I may have one wrap up clip on the hurricane do
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I
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well, I have I have a couple clips.
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Let's play that out of the way.
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Let's go to Bill we're at CNN now. Usually when when there's
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an event like this we'll we'll do a mock report now and let
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everyone know how phony This is. But these guys were actually in
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bad when there was no the wind was not phony. But the fact that
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they're doing it it's just it's so stupid. Oh, it looked as
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windy. It's windy. Oh, I'm hungover onto a Piper to a to a
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stop sign. Oh, it's windy. It's windy. It's always windy. Well,
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I put a condom on my microphone because it's windy, windy,
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windy. Oh, this is a viral clips. You put a condom on the
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microphone. That's the stupidity that distracts from the pipeline
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wars. Anyway, Bill Weir who I think used to be a sports guy or
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is a sports guy. He's out there and he does the inevitable.
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end is coming in here. John. We just felt market increase in
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wind speeds for the last 10 minutes or so. We were Ride
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about 4050 miles an hour. It's hard to fathom, that speed
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tripling in the next few hours by more now we're getting maybe
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70 mile an hour gusts here. We're right at the point where
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US 43 heads across the Peace River here, I'm just in front of
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the memorial for sugarcane, Charlie, which in 2004,
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devastated and sent a wake up call to this community about the
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threats of living on the coast in a rapidly warming planet. As
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a result of that storm, they're the first community in Florida
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to put in a climate adaptation plan, a level coastal resiliency
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plan that they're you know, I've been working on for years now.
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And this will be the test is hard to build power lines or
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building codes for 17 foot storm surge. So that's the crazy
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variable here. Right now, no one has ever seen that. So we don't
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know what that looks like. This is exactly what climate
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scientists have been warning about for a long time. And now
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we get to see how close John,
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oh, man,
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when did climate become weather all of a sudden, oh, when it's
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convenient, oh, let's
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ask the weatherman on CNN. And let's just pretend we're Don
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Lemon.
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Can you tell us what this is and what effect the climate change
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has on this phenomenon.
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We can come back and talk about climate change at a later time,
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I want to focus on the here. And now we think the rapid
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intensification is probably almost done, there could be a
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little bit more intensification is still over the warm waters of
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the eastern Gulf of Mexico, but I don't think we're gonna get
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any more rapid intensification. If you look here, you can
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actually see pretty interesting for your viewers, you can
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actually see a second eyewall forming around the inner
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eyewall. And that's basically this, John. Rest development dry
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now. Listen, I
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just I'm just trying to get that you said you want to talk about
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climate change. But what what effect does climate change have
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on this phenomenon? That is happening now? Because it seems
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these storms are intensifying? That's the question.
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I don't think you can lead climate change to any one event.
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On the whole on the cumulus climate change may be making
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storms worse, but I would caution against them.
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Okay, well, listen, I grew up there. And these storms are
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intensifying Something is causing them to intensify. Good
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one time.
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I grew up there intensifying, something's causing it. It's got
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to be climate change. By the way,
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there was actual audio from the control room. Like it. This is
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this odd clip, which is kind of misplaced, but I'm not sure what
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it is. I'd never heard of it. The Waffle House index. Have you
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ever heard of the Waffle House? So I don't know if this is a
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native ad. I can't I can't imagine waffle houses jumping in
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on it. Other than maybe they're really trying to be a
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communications mechanism.
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Finally, the people who gauge hurricanes threat in a very
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unique way
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they call it the Waffle House index.
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I brought the category three.
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This morning some people in Ian's path are using an unlikely
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guide to decide whether they should weather the storm but a
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wipeout
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air but let's get out of here. But we all we all know but don't
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close.
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So called Waffle House index is a tried and true test for how
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serious a storm could be. And in Florida at least 21 Waffle
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houses have closed up shop as cities across the state are
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pummeled by en
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they almost never closed. But you can see they're closed. They
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even shuttered up the windows, a
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color coded system was created by FEMA. And as a simple way to
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visualize how hard the area will get hit green means the
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restaurant is fully operational. Yellow means it's offering a
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limited menu. And red means closed. The government
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looks to Waffle House as a role model that explains what's going
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on
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and for a company that prides itself on staying.
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How about that for a little insert that explains what's
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going on government
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looks to Waffle House as a role model that explains what's going
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on.
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And for a company that prides itself on staying open come rain
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or shine or hurricane strength winds. Closing is a big deal.
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Waffle House has an emergency protocol better than anyone
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else.
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Even though the index isn't meant to be a serious tool for
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deciding whether or not to evacuate. The Waffle House CEO
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says that it can be a way to see how well an area is recovering
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after the storm.
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If we are on a limited menu, then you know, there's some
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limited resources if we are closed, and you know, it's
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pretty serious, but if we're open, you know the community's
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coming back. And that's the most important thing after a storm is
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to get that sense of normalcy. We made it through the storm and
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now we're getting back on our feet. Now,
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is this a native ad
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native ad or is it ABC setting up DeSantis everyone can say man
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That's so stupid. They use the Waffle House index. That's why
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people are dead. I'm just looking for the political angle.
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It's there somewhere to
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pre it's too premature for that. And besides that there's money
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to be made. There's a lot of money to be made. So he's gonna
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take precedent over the political angle by these
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networks. Yeah.
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Now there's definitely money to be made for sure.
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That waffle house gets a nice boost. Yeah. And everybody gets
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free meals there for the next few months. The I did the report
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for sure. Yeah. Yeah. Do you have anything this storm like
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the rest of them will blow over now? Yeah.
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How come you're not on mainstream with those jokes?
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That's, you're really you're you're fit for it. Right. Do you
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have anything on the pipelines? Because I would like to breeze
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through that briefly.
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In the middle, look,
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this is after all my, my beat
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this you are saying yes. Why didn't get anything? Did I even
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get it? No, I didn't get any pipeline stuff.
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Someone retweeted a tweet that I tweeted to audit in 2013. I
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forget exactly what the, with the read. I was replying to
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someone. I said, now you're wrong. It's all about pipelines,
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all about the pipelines. And here we are. This is this is
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very interesting. And I think I certainly missed it.
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Now. I understand. There's three pipelines. Yes. Yeah. Well, and
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then the last one is the one that's kind of not paying as
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much attention to which is the moon this important, which is
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the new Baltic one which comes from Norway?
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Yes. Let me take you through it. First, CBS evening news.
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Tonight, European leaders are accusing Russia of sabotaging
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two underwater gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea. Ukraine is
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calling it a terrorist attack. Authorities are investigating
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the leaks in the Nord Stream one and two pipelines a vital source
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of natural gas for Europe. There was a sudden drop in pressure on
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Monday video shows bubbles where the leaks occurred after
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underwater explosions were detected.
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I love it. Why are they not using the words? Why aren't they
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using the words false flag they use that all throughout the
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beginning of the Ukraine conflict war. And now they have
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the perfect opportunity to say false flag and they're not doing
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it. I mean, they're saying they're saying the same thing.
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Oh, yeah. Russia must have done that, because that makes nothing
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but sense. But I just makes no sense. Of course, it doesn't
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make any sense. But then I'm missing the false flag Monica,
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which is just not throwing in there for some reason. So who's
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wood? I don't know what you're talking about. It's nothing like
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a false No,
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no, no, I understand that. But if you recall, when this kicked
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off in Ukraine, the main thing was Putin is going to do a false
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flag Putin is going to do if it's a false he's going to do a
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false flag, false flag false flag. Don't you remember that?
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No, actually, I don't. He was over and over again. That's why.
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Okay, let's see if I might even have
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a give us a clip. Remind me, Newland,
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it is Russia that has prepared internal sabotage,
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destabilization and false flag options for you for Ukraine.
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You remember now?
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Newland, you want
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a longer clip?
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Let's talk about operations within Ukraine. We've heard
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today that this idea of a false flag operation Russia looking
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for a pretext to war they want an excuse to invade. So you say
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well, this is straight out of the Russian playbook to try to
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remember sabotage operations through false flag operations.
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Okay. All right. You got me I'm not unconvinced that that this
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was going on. But what is what was this? Those are all spokes
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holes for the for the government. Yeah, you're playing
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clips now they're from newsroom news. got news people don't do
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that. Ah,
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okay, we may have clips of false flag. Okay. Anyway, I've heard
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no one used the term that's just interesting because they That
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was why don't they say this is the playbook? How about that
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forget false flag. This was the playbook destroy don't
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infrastructure, blame it on Ukraine. Go
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I have my thinking on this.
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Well hold on. First we do the the the cover story which is
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beautiful is everything was timed. This was meant to happen
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with this. With this, this news popping the next day or two.
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In a move that Europe hopes will ease its energy crisis. Leaders
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have inaugurated a new pipeline delivering gas from Norway to
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Poland. The Polish Prime Minister was joined by
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counterparts from Denmark and Norway, as well as EU
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representatives. This comes at a convenient time is trying
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desperately to find new energy sources. And after Denmark and
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Sweden discovery of a massive leak on the Nord Stream
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pipeline,
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do you show those portrait Annamma not only in poker. Today
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we're entering a new era of energy sovereignty, energy food
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and enhance the security of energy security, and also
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security in the broadest sense of the word.
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This completion comes at a time of Russia's brutal war against
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Ukraine, and Russia's manipulation of gas supplies, to
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destabilize our energy market and our economies. So today, we
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in Europe together are sending a powerful message that Russia
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will not succeed.
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The project, which has been completed ahead of time, is an
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extension of an existing pipeline that will benefit
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mainly Poland, but also neighboring states.
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So I don't think this pipeline is big enough to give Europe
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what they need, it seems to be okay. But I think this this is
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cover and all these clips of Nuland and Biden saying, Well,
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you know, if they invade Ukraine, there will be no Nord
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Stream 2am I mistaken in the memory that Nord Stream two
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didn't actually get. I mean, it got completed, but they never
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put anything through it ever.
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Well, I was just listening to a clip on some while going through
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clips about how they think it was Newland, so they're never
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going to finish this thing. We're just never gonna get
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approved just never going to get turned on.
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Right. But but but I mean, yeah, the framing seems to her Okay,
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let's perfect, it's too perfect to
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blame the crazy information missing one. First of all these
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they had to tax on the two pipelines. One, which is not
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neither one is really operational is one of them.
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But the other one had the turbine problem, and Canada
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won't fix it. So it wasn't doing anything.
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It was 30% 30%. So okay, so they're running it low capacity.
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So there's stuff running through it. I don't know that Nord
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Stream two ever had anything running through it was it's
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unclear. The other thing that's unclear is that now this
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morning's reports make it sound as if they that all three of the
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pipelines, the Baltic one coming in from Norway, and the other
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two, were all struck at the same time. But, but the reports for
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the two Nord Stream pipes came in and then the other one came
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in as an afterthought sometime later. Like it was striking some
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other incident, but they've now put it together and make it
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sound like it all happened at once. This is very poor
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reporting. If they don't have the guys who can go in there and
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dig around anymore, because they're too busy sipping
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cappuccino, or I don't know what they're doing well, their time
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in June, but they don't have the money, the resources have been
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pulled for, ever since these large corporations. This is my
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taking the side of the news organizations, really, they took
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them so much money away from these guys that the Bureau's
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don't have as much, you know, they used to have just tons of
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money to give these guys and they could go out and do their
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own thing for six months and not report anything and they get get
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a complete story. And they don't have any of these dis going on
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anymore. It's just like, sloppy word of mouth. What did somebody
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tweet? Let's report that maybe that means not always, always
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helps, is losses and they're all politicals only ones this can
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stick around for what kind of and would
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you consider at all that maybe the news media is being directed
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not to go in certain places? Certainly you can. You can. You
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can imagine that. So here's another piece of the puzzle.
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NATO, in when was this June 14, held Balt ops, the Baltic Sea
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operation with the US Navy Sixth Fleet, and they were
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experimenting with explosives and ordinance the removal off
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the coast of Bornholm, Denmark at the exact same spot. It all
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makes so much sense that I'm thinking, well, who benefits it
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can't be this. I mean, this thing from Norway and we have,
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you know, our intelligence apparatus has very tight
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relationship with Norway, they got a big spy station up there
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that I know if it's ours, or they're running it for us. So
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Norway will do anything and okay, this is this was on its
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way. They finished it a little bit early. I don't know if it's
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actually pumping or not. But there's one thing we forgot
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about. There's one pipeline that we have looked at for well,
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eight or nine years and and this is not coming up in the
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conversation. That's the East med pipeline. And this East med
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pipeline is the one that the the natural gas is off the coast of
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Israel and disputed area of Palestine. They've done their
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deal they figured it out. This is Noble Energy. This is how it
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was the other one
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is the pipeline in place. A parasite.
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Yes, yes, it's in play? Of course it is. And it's not just
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through waxy they're throwing it through through Greece. I don't
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know if that part is completed. But I think this is what has
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this has to do with a lot of Italy as well, because it's
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supposed to go from Greece, to Italy, which puts Queen Ursula
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has comments about Georgia. What's her name Moroni Maloney
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in a little different context, you know, so maybe Italy now has
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power? Georgia, maybe maybe Italy has some power? I mean,
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and it would make sense. We benefit but what do we really do
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that with all this evidence? All of all of these sound bites all
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these clips? Or did we have Mossad do it since they benefit?
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Also, no one has mentioned Mossad. Isn't that what these
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guys do best? And most I'd never gets mentioned? Well, I'm
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thinking they did this.
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Well, I don't know that massage. Is that good. I mean, the people
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that are the best, probably underwater demolitions, I would
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suspect is the US Navy SEALs,
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you would think, but we have a couple of them who are
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producers, so they'll give us their their thoughts on it. But
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the the benefactor of This Is Us. Well, we no matter what we
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went
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Yes. Over there. We went to benefit. We're a benefactor no
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matter what. Yeah, we I think a benefactor anyway. So what's the
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point of making these? You know, that's why
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we didn't do it. Don't think we did it? I don't think I don't
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think we have the finesse anymore.
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So there you go. Now there's just a finesse. Oh, this I have
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some clips. Let me kind of indicate this. Let me do my
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rants. But
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last clip on this is from Darren Beattie. He's, I think he's the
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editor of revolver, which I think is pretty good. And he has
21:57
some thoughts. Well, just he has interesting thoughts. Soft
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power is out. We're down to kinetic here, kinetic economic
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warfare. And both Nord Stream pipelines have sustained severe
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physical damage, which according to reports will make them
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inoperable for the foreseeable future. All governments that
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have commented on this have said that this is an act of sabotage.
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And so the question is Who benefits from this? Now, of
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course, US and NATO aligned organs are saying that somehow
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the Russians did this without any explanation about why that
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would be so but as you point out, one political official from
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Poland, who happens to be married to an apple bomb, who is
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a really a kind of royalty belonging to this Atlanticist
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establishment, incidentally, she was part of the integrity
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initiative, this secret influence operation group
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designed to condemn Russia and sabotage the pipeline. He was
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sort of mask or had a mask off moment on Twitter when he
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actually thanked the United States, and showed a picture of
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this big disturbance in the water where the where the
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pipeline was, and you know, suggesting, okay, this is the
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work of the United States.
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Your girl and Appelbaum.
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So this would be a distraction. Yeah. false accusation. Yeah.
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For a purpose. So that so you don't do that unless there's,
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unless the purpose you have to kind of now deconstruct what the
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purpose might be. Why would you blame us? And I think I think
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you're correct. I don't there's no reason for us to do it. Even
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though we had the skills to do it. Because we already you know,
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we're going to, we don't, it's really not it's for one thing,
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it's a crime against humanity. And for sure, no, I think we do
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a few of those. I don't think this is one of them. So why
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would you then and was in the Polish? This gets so damn thick
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with these books and phonies, and double dealers and ever How
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about
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this? How about this? How about this? We give the loop with no
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one's ever going to address this. We're never going to say
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yeah, we did. We're not even going to wink wink will kind of
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be almost a wink wink, nudge nudge all the evidence. Is there
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an apple Obama's making sure that we're all that you know,
24:30
and her husband that we're all kind of assuming? Well, you
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know, hey, Putin had come in, you know, we kind of did that
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and it'll just go away. But then we can cyber hacking electric
24:42
grid, we can blow up a pipeline here. This is the actual fault.
24:47
Maybe that's why they're not saying false flag. Maybe this is
24:49
the setup is a false? Yes. Here's Russia retaliating for
24:54
something that we didn't do, but everyone thought we did. I mean,
24:56
it's elaborate, but it's only two steps. I think they can
25:00
handle it
25:03
Laborat asking for trouble. Well, the
25:06
Apple bomb thing is what got me? Yeah, it's
25:09
an apple bomb that you had come into the picture before I don't
25:13
remember you had clips from you was your clips. The I had a
25:16
bunch of clips in here. What was that? What was that? What was
25:18
the police?
25:19
Let me see what the point was NPR propaganda and Apple bomb.
25:26
So we listened again since we're here let's
25:27
play this and it turned
25:28
out an apple bomb the Pulitzer Prize winning historian has
25:31
written about the current rise of populist authoritarian
25:34
regimes around the world. She's authored the introduction to the
25:38
new folio society edition of hunter orange post world war two
25:41
classic, The Origins of Totalitarianism that may seem
25:46
especially resonant during these times of Russia's invasion of
25:49
Ukraine, Chinese mass detention centers and the insurrection of
25:53
January 6 2021.
25:58
Proof it's your clip that's about an apple bomb on social
26:04
media and was a ask Adam,
26:07
actually, there's a lot of evidence that the kind of
26:11
connection that you get from social media only makes you feel
26:14
more lonely and isolated. You know, people talk about being on
26:16
social media, and feeling afterwards worse about
26:20
themselves worse about their relationships. And one of the
26:23
things she writes about in her book is the way in which
26:25
autocrats use loneliness so they separate people from one
26:29
another. And that then makes it easier to dominate them. Because
26:33
when people aren't able to act together, when they're not
26:36
active, when they're not participants in society, then
26:38
they can't push back. They can't even think about the nature of
26:41
the political reality that they live in.
26:43
So what would the ask Adam have been?
26:46
I have no idea. Well, here's the
26:48
answer. And does it make us vulnerable to misinformation?
26:52
Okay, anyway, I don't know why I played those.
26:55
Well, I'm glad you did. Yeah. I mean, I liked some of these old
26:59
clips that remind us that the disc craps been going on it's
27:02
under the surface and it's got all kinds of bad actors every
27:06
which way everywhere.
27:08
Apple, Apple has removed Russia's largest social network
27:12
from the App Store in order to be compliant with Canada Navia
27:16
which sounds
27:17
sketchy had nothing to do with our people tell him right it was
27:20
it was it was a Canada Navy. It was an Australia let me see what
27:23
it was. No, UK I'm sorry. UK?
27:26
Oh, yeah, we always kowtow to whatever they want, of course,
27:29
takes nothing but sit over
27:30
in Russia. I understand the Russians call Ukraine Nuland
27:33
Dustan. Makes sense. But he was he was the article that just I
27:41
mean, multiple articles. Nothing big. But the reporting that the
27:46
Russian Central Bank and Ministry of Finance, finance
27:50
agree on using Bitcoin, or other crypto but they seem to be
27:56
pretty focused on Bitcoin for settlements for payment
28:01
settlements. And this popped up not just in Bitcoin news, but
28:05
now I haven't seen it The New York Times. So I'm a little
28:08
sketchy on what exactly they said. But it would fit with with
28:13
my theory, which is, hey, you know, you either have to shut
28:16
down your plant or burn off the gas unnecessarily, or you could
28:20
put it to use and start mining Bitcoin. It's just, it's just
28:24
wishful thinking on my part, but there's now news articles about
28:29
it.
28:32
Yeah, well, I don't know how much of it they're gonna having
28:35
to burn off because it's just no, it's just throwing money
28:37
down the drain.
28:39
Well, what if you shut it down? Remember to start a bank, which
28:43
is
28:43
throwing money down the drain? It's all throwing money down the
28:45
drain?
28:47
Well, that's why they could convert it into money.
28:50
Well, I mean, they could it big amount of time would take to set
28:54
up a set up shop to make it work, especially which is
28:57
burning tons of gas, you can drop, you can never be able to
29:01
harness all of it.
29:02
No, no. But you can drop containers and they're good to
29:06
go. These things are good to go. You can drop them in and they
29:09
know how to do it. The knowledge is there.
29:11
Once you set that up, you know holy Putin.
29:15
Hey, man, um, I'm just saying that it's a possibility. You
29:19
don't have to get all you know, like, what is that? Are you 12?
29:24
No.
29:25
Yeah, I'm 12. Okay,
29:27
well then play some of your clips.
29:29
Well, I got bunches. I did that. We're gonna drop off the topic.
29:33
We had said we're going into direction pipelines here.
29:36
We just did. I did four clips on pipelines. Yeah.
29:39
More and more pipeline clips. Okay, I
29:42
have a okay. I have some stuff here. I have a Germany boots on
29:47
the ground. About the pipelines. This is Andre. And he's looked
29:53
through all the newspapers and he says he's one of our guys is
29:57
one of our guys. Yeah, we got one of our producers on all the
30:00
articles in the in the in the big papers state 100% Certainty
30:03
it sabotages mostly using flowery phrases like, our
30:07
fantasy cannot come up anymore with a scenario where this is
30:10
not a targeted attack, blah blah. Additionally, most
30:14
articles make sure to say there was already no gas flowing
30:17
through and now these mysterious leaks make it impossible to
30:20
impossible to reopen the flow in the future. How convenient is
30:25
people in industry organizations here are on the streets
30:27
protesting and demanding the reopening of the gas faucets. As
30:31
for the identity of the saboteurs themselves, the
30:33
article present multiple multiple possibilities one a
30:37
Russian quote false flag operation to further push the
30:40
gas prices up. That doesn't make sense.
30:43
No, because the gas price now Yeah. Putting anything through
30:47
now why would you do anything like that? Okay, one
30:50
another is allies of Ukraine, pointing out that with both Nord
30:53
Stream pipelines broken the gas route would have to go through
30:56
Poland or Ukraine.
30:57
There's your Poland. I like that one.
31:00
I liked that too. Finally, most news articles come with a mini
31:04
map showing the leaks are between the Polish coast and
31:06
Barnum Denmark I could not verify the three supposedly
31:10
leaks are located in international waters or not. Now
31:12
here's the bonus from the Sueddeutsche Zeitung and some
31:15
freely translated pearls from the article. The Deutsche own
31:19
Veldt Hilsa. Demands renouncement of using Christmas
31:25
lights this winter. It should be self evident. This is a direct
31:30
translation. It should be self evident to renounce Christmas
31:33
lights in cities homes and apartments. Considering the war
31:36
in Ukraine the energy scarcity but also for Climate Protection
31:39
reasons we should for once pause alone these private lighting
31:43
orgies cause a private lighting orgies, causing it causes a
31:48
yearly energy consumption of over 600 million kilowatt hours
31:52
an idea for an alternative, each city, each city, each city
31:56
should only have one Christmas tree decorated with fairy
31:59
lights, fairy lights, to deliberately save energy and
32:03
show solidarity that could make this Christmas a very special
32:07
one. Yeah, dark. So that's, that's the
32:12
light like that. That was a good report. He should give us more
32:14
information as he goes along during that exact same kind of
32:17
analysis of the news.
32:19
He also put in links and everything so it's in the show
32:21
notes. Very good job, Andre. Good, good boots on the ground
32:24
report. For sure. Okay,
32:26
so now we can move on to some other stuff camping.
32:29
I mean, I have Russia stuff if you I mean, we knew I
32:32
was gonna I was gonna take a break and do because I have a
32:34
bunch of these which kind of coincides it gets into Russia.
32:38
But I did have a couple of what's wrong with these podcast
32:42
segments.
32:43
It says that needs to be done right now in our in our hot news
32:46
break is this. Do you think this is an appropriate format change?
32:51
You could argue me out of it. But then I can go I can switch
32:54
over to listening to bite into it as rare as Jackie
32:58
this, I think is for once something we need to discuss.
33:05
me for once we discussed Biden constantly.
33:08
No, we don't. We didn't know we really lay it Yeah, yeah. This
33:11
is bad. Especially. John?
33:19
Hi guys, John. Yeah, Abdul Kareem Abdul Kareem Abdul
33:22
John Pierre VanDam. Yeah. So here's the damning clip.
33:26
Bruce, Jackie. She was gonna be here.
33:30
Wow. Why didn't you get the full club a little longer? Well,
33:35
because it was in context. It's funnier. No,
33:38
that is the sub clip. Oh, I'm sorry. You gave that was the
33:43
punch line clip you played? Oh, okay. I'm sorry. clip that you
33:47
want. Is Biden hunger meeting.
33:50
I screwed it up. Sorry.
33:52
I want to thank all of you here for including bipartisan elected
33:55
officials like representative Governor Senator Braun. Senator
33:58
Booker, Representative Jackie here was Jackie think she she
34:03
was gonna be here to help make this a reality. But thanks to
34:06
Senator Stabenow representative Laurel for their leadership.
34:10
Okay, okay. The reason I have the sub clip because I wanted to
34:13
play it after we played jump even though notch I listened
34:17
that sub clip is he so as he is dead it gave him no snowball.
34:22
No. They usually give him a speed ball power
34:25
half power they gave him this time. He didn't give me
34:28
anything. You think it was zero?
34:30
I think it was zero and no coffee. No,
34:32
I think this was probably they probably had already maxed him
34:36
out and they had to pull back.
34:39
You're gonna kill the old man Bill. Okay, well, then we go on.
34:43
Exactly. So this is John Pierre's excuse because somebody
34:49
asked her about what the hell's he doing here? And let's play
34:53
this sub clip one more time, because it's very clear that and
34:57
he's looking around he says Where's Jackie? I thought she
35:00
was supposed to be here play that one more time. This was
35:03
Jackie. She was gonna be here. Yes. He says, Where's Jackie I
35:10
thought she was gonna be here. And that's what he said, no,
35:13
stop right there. In the main clip, let's just listen to it
35:19
again because this is not now it's pissing me off in this main
35:22
clip listen to what he does. I
35:23
want to thank all of you here for including bipartisan elected
35:26
officials like representative governor, senator Braun, Senator
35:30
Booker, Representative Jackie here was Jackie.
35:33
Now why does he do that? Why does he Why does he? Why does he
35:38
say where's Cory Booker? Were so and so. Is it because she has
35:42
her right in front of him? I would like he's like he wasn't
35:45
looking at them. He's reading the prompter. I felt that it was
35:50
weird though.
35:50
I you think as Okay, well, that now you bring in some you bring
35:56
in a couple of interesting points as you go on that maybe
35:59
he's being set up? Yes. Well, whoever Yeah, grip. Yes. And but
36:04
I remember he was reading but I personally, I saw him read. I
36:09
mean, he's reading away and then he's also looking because that's
36:13
how I spotted that woman the other day when he saw in the
36:15
audience, if you remember, he was reading from the prompter
36:17
and saw this old 12 year old girlfriend to his Yeah, but that
36:20
was okay. Okay. And he was reading from a prompter and and
36:24
he saw her and he just glommed onto her. And so I think he's
36:28
reading the prompter, but he knows these guys, or they've
36:30
seen him. He wants to know where Jackie is she's. And so Susie
36:34
said Jackie, because he does this. He points and he.
36:39
Secretary tonight is explaining that when we look at
36:42
the video, I want to thank all of you here for including
36:45
bipartisan elected officials like representative he's reading
36:48
he's reading Senator breeding representative Jackie here.
36:53
Where's Jackie?
36:54
He'll the minute he says representative, then he looks
36:57
away. Ask so he's reading something that let me just see
37:02
if it's at the exact moment. It may be on the problem is
37:06
Jackie here? Where's Jackie?
37:08
I don't know why he does that. The prompter is at the back of
37:11
the room. He's staring at the back of the room with that giant
37:13
prompter.
37:14
If he if it was on the prompter, somebody would report it or
37:18
taking a picture of the prompt.
37:19
You would think I would hope who the hell knows? Those guys, I
37:25
mean, they
37:26
you notice there may be well, for all we know there's no
37:28
audience,
37:29
right? And notice that the guys who always sabotage the sound
37:33
are gone to our heroes. Like everyone Okay,
37:37
guys. So we let's just assume that this was on the up and up
37:42
and up. And he was looking for Jackie and couldn't see her in
37:46
the audience and went back to his spiel. That's hardly the
37:50
same as this explanation from John Pierre.
37:54
What happened in Hunter event today, the President appeared to
37:56
look around the room for an audience member, a member of
38:00
Congress who passed away last month and seemed to indicate she
38:03
might be on the road. So the President
38:05
was, as you all know, you guys were watching today's event, a
38:08
very important event on food insecurity. The President was
38:12
naming the congressional champions on this issue and was
38:15
acknowledging her incredible work he had. He had already
38:19
planned to welcome congresswoman's family to the
38:23
White House on Friday, there will be a bill signing in her
38:26
honor this coming Friday. So of course, she was on his mind. She
38:30
was of top of mind for the president. He looks very much
38:34
looks forward to discussing her remarkable legacy of public
38:37
service with them when he sees family this coming Friday.
38:41
Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie? She must not be here.
38:44
Okay, I totally understand. I just I just explained she was on
38:47
top of mind. You know, this wasn't what we were able to
38:52
witness today. And what the President was able to lift up in
38:55
this at this conference at this event was how her her focus on
39:01
wanting to deal with combat food insecurity in America. And this
39:07
is something that he was lifting up and honoring. And again, he
39:10
knows that she's going to see her family this coming Friday,
39:13
there's a bill signing, that's going to happen in renaming a VA
39:17
clinic in Indiana after the late Congresswoman. He knows that he
39:22
is going to see her family and she was a top of mind.
39:25
Yeah, what she's saying is he was confused.
39:28
Top of Mind. Do you know us? This is how bad this woman is,
39:33
is? She's not a good representative. You could have
39:36
handled it the following way. So what happened was biting when he
39:40
said look, where's Jackie? What happened? He thought Jackie was
39:44
going to be there. He forgot that she died. It's just it's
39:47
not uncommon. The guy's pretty busy. He's like that's given
39:50
speech after speech after speech. You could tell he was
39:52
kind of tired. What give the guy a break. We'll Yeah.
39:55
So voila. Thank you for again, putting my point up front.
40:00
They're using this numb nut. Karina Abdul's John Pierre Van
40:04
Damme to bring down the president because she you're
40:07
absolutely right. Anyone here, you you would do better than she
40:12
does. Anybody would do better than this woman, she's dumb. And
40:17
they know it and that's why she worked perfectly at MSNBC. And
40:21
she's great at regurgitating whatever she's told. And she's
40:24
reading everything and she has, you know, and and then and then
40:27
and then it's same cadence she's she's a robot. Her
40:30
cadence is terrible. By the way, we're
40:32
one of those plops in your clips. Did you make that or
40:35
someone else? No,
40:36
that's circadence
40:37
No, no that were plops in the clip
40:39
there was. No I didn't nothing. I just clipped it straight up.
40:42
Or there's something wrong with your clipping machine.
40:45
No, I just took it right there was what it sounded like when it
40:47
came across on seats. There's a seat that's how it's a clip that
40:51
they posted. They may have added
40:53
Alright, no no I didn't say it's edited just sound there was
40:56
popping in it. Weird That was
40:58
weird. I know. I wasn't gonna take it out. But no, you might
41:02
be taking it to that level you might be right she's just there
41:06
to SET set her mind her own stew ya know
41:09
what I mean? You are so retired You are so right. You're so
41:13
right. The truth the simple answer? Hey, you know, yeah, he
41:18
was run ragged. It's a big day. It's a big hunger conference.
41:23
You know? And and he just, he just he just, you know, he got
41:28
confused slipped the United States slipped his mind. Oh,
41:30
crap. You know, there was no recovering from that for him. So
41:34
he just kept on going the guys tired sorry, he'd been doing
41:37
exactly what you said. And and of course he is you fit for the
41:40
job. But now Now everyone knows he's not fit for the job because
41:44
they won't even admit that he would the God confused it's
41:47
called a senior moment
41:51
well, it couldn't have been worse handled worse. Yeah. So
41:56
what up with that mind genre mind with a top a mind? Well,
42:00
he's he's he's honoring her top of mind. Pull bold crap.
42:05
Top of Mind. We got a lot of dumb people in this Biden White
42:10
House. Here's our vice president Kamala Harris, standing in the
42:14
demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
42:17
The United States shares a very important relationship which is
42:22
an alliance with the Republic of North Korea.
42:25
Why stop? Why
42:27
didn't you should we need a warning her droning voice you
42:33
know, it's it's amazing how bad it is. The way she speaks with a
42:37
kind of tone. That's that kind of weird. It's not monotone, but
42:42
it's not modulating and it's slow. Like she's talking to a
42:45
three year old. It's terrible. She's unbelievable.
42:51
Warning. Warning. Warning. Your attention cleaning. Trigger
42:59
warning has been activated.
43:02
The United States shares a very important relationship, which is
43:07
an alliance with the Republican North Korea. And it is an
43:13
alliance that is strong and enduring.
43:15
I had you seen this clip? Did you hear her obvious gaffe?
43:19
strong and enduring? No,
43:21
you didn't hear it? No, no, I'm
43:22
just saying the way she said it. I know I didn't, because I'm
43:26
still listening to their hurricanes. And I realized what
43:28
it is. This is the cadence of a stoner. Yes, I've said it
43:33
before. Yes. Yes, yes, you're right. This is the first time
43:37
right there in the beginning, you hear that she stoned. Now
43:41
listen to what she says John,
43:43
the United States shares a very important relationship, which is
43:49
an alliance with the Republic of North Korea. And it is an
43:54
alliance that is strong and enduring.
43:58
Did you hear it now? Yeah, she
44:00
said we have an alliance with North Korea that's strong and
44:04
enduring. She's stoned. Yes. Yeah, at the beginning of it is
44:10
where she's, I mean, she is it? No, no, no, she ever snaps out
44:13
of it. She's just starts stoned. Yes.
44:17
I know how this goes. It's called waking. It's called wake
44:20
and bake. It's a beautiful lifestyle.
44:23
The United States
44:24
there it is. Right. United States
44:27
shares a very important relationship which is an
44:31
alliance with the Republic of North Korea.
44:35
North Korea
44:37
that's not embarrassing. I can't get over this.
44:44
Hey, man. I got a little confused. You got anything left?
44:54
Hey, are you holding
44:55
she must be doing edibles on the plane over hey man does
44:59
any make good sense to you remember that one mill used to
45:04
do that when the sense Amelia was in any does that make good
45:09
sense to you? Wink wink nudge alright since we're on idiots
45:15
Did you see the the nerd orgasm that NASA had when they crashed
45:20
that dart into the asteroid?
45:22
I will say this I don't have any clips of it I watched the whole
45:25
thing. Oh, by the way the number one thing they said what was the
45:30
number one phrase they used over and over and over and over?
45:34
Oh wow.
45:36
Exactly.
45:38
This is listen we're headed straight in wow oh my goodness
46:10
okay
46:13
this sounds like a sex tape.
46:15
Yes, that's what I
46:17
never thought of clipping it because it was so dumb. But now
46:23
that you you played the clip it sounds like a sex tape Yes.
46:28
Oh wow. Oh yes. 3210 Wow.
46:37
Well, I have to give a fair warning. I have for all my ISOs
46:43
for the end to show mixes i Wow.
46:47
Okay. Oh my goodness. That was so fun. Oh, wow. Oh, wow, man.
46:57
Let's, let's do a little
47:01
okay, I can need to do what's wrong?
47:02
No, no. I want to do great, great reset. I got a super cut.
47:07
Okay, play it.
47:09
This is the global media, the Global Media. So this is all
47:13
around the world. Also us the response to George Maloney being
47:22
elected and becoming the Prime Minister, first female prime
47:25
minister, you may tell me to stop at anytime,
47:29
is poised to welcome its best far right leader since Benito
47:32
Mussolini, far right leaders tend to take the lead in Italy
47:36
for the first time since Benito Mussolini. The politics have
47:40
been compared to that as muscle in a far right leader since
47:43
Mussolini, the first far right leader since Benito Mussolini.
47:46
First far right leader since Mussolini. First,
47:50
far right leader since Benito Mussolini,
47:52
first far right leader since Mussolini, first far right
47:56
leader since Benito Mussolini as far as leader since Benito
48:01
Mussolini, first leader from the far right, since Mussolini,
48:04
first foreign leader since Mussolini first far right leader
48:08
since Benito Mussolini. First far right leader since
48:11
Mussolini, first far right leader since Mussolini. First
48:14
far right leader since Mussolini, first far right
48:17
leader since Mussolini, first far right leader since
48:20
Mussolini, first far right leader since Mussolini,
48:23
first years since Mussolini, first
48:27
leader since Benito Mussolini, most
48:29
Conservative Prime Minister since Mussolini most far rightly
48:33
so and mixed it up either since the Benito Mussolini most far
48:36
right leaders, it's Benito Mussolini. It's furthest right
48:39
since Benito Mussolini. It's
48:41
furthest right since Benito Mussolini,
48:44
far right leader since Benito Mussolini,
48:47
the most Far Right Prime Ministers since Mussolini, the
48:51
most far
48:52
right Italian Prime Minister, since Benito
48:55
Mussolini,
48:56
the most far right, Prime Minister, since Mussolini. She
49:02
is also set to become the most far right Italian head of
49:04
government since Benito Mussolini and the most far right
49:08
Italian head of government.
49:10
Can we put the dots together people?
49:13
So Berlusconi, by the way was a far right leader. Yes. And he
49:18
supports her that he compared to Brunico Mussolini,
49:23
because he's got the tapes from the Boombah Boombah party.
49:26
So now, yeah, this is bullcrap. So the point is, is that you can
49:33
here's a problem. The number of people who watch this, listen to
49:37
the news that don't even know where Ukraine is. Don't know who
49:42
Benito Mussolini is. It's not like Hitler Hitler works. Benito
49:49
Mussolini does not work. I mean, I used to always compare the way
49:53
that well.
49:55
Yeah, but hold on. That's I think that's the reason is to do
49:59
they want us A the most far right leaders since Trump. But
50:03
they have to say since Mussolini and I think we had Mussolini and
50:06
Trump comparisons.
50:08
We did but nobody else did. We're the only ones you and I, I
50:13
don't think it was generally done by the media or anybody
50:16
else they just went on and on about it's a Russian is a
50:18
Russian spy. They couldn't, they couldn't keep mixing their
50:22
messages. In fact, I think on the big list of all Trump flaws
50:25
that they put out there right, you're right. I don't think
50:27
Mussolini was listed.
50:29
So what you're saying is this is this is bad. Stupid I'd
50:32
messaging is what you're saying.
50:34
It's not a bad messaging, but it's so obviously coming from a
50:37
central point. Do you think?
50:39
I can't imagine I can't imagine.
50:42
John, you're really bright.
50:45
Just all you're coughing each other's homework or something? I
50:48
don't know. How can that be centralized? That makes no
50:50
sense. Everybody watches BBC reads New York Times and they're
50:56
done.
50:57
Yeah, that's it. You just do whatever they say. They say
50:59
Benito Mussolini, you do say Benny.
51:02
I look at the Dutch papers every single morning and you can see a
51:06
copy paste straight straight up copy paste little translate of
51:09
course. into Dutch. It must be great to be a reporter in
51:14
Europe. Oh just got up let's see. What's new? Oh, no, but
51:20
they get a lot they get. I'm gonna go to bed darling. I just
51:24
have to copy the news for
51:26
him face and they get perks that are unlike our perks over here
51:31
we have certain ethical things you have to deal with.
51:35
Oh, yeah. In Europe now.
51:37
I always when I go I used to go to see bit a lot in some of
51:40
these other European answers. Germany meet up with my my
51:43
compatriots work the media over there. And they just laugh at us
51:48
because we don't get all the freebies they get.
51:52
Like, what what kind of freebies?
51:54
Oh, they get it every weekend is some trip that somebody's
51:58
putting on codecs when it used to be one of the big junket
52:01
companies in Europe not here. And he used to give these guys
52:05
is, you know, yeah, come on. No, you're gonna get something to do
52:07
this weekend. Let's go do this. And then they take everybody to
52:10
some big event and then they give him a bunch of cameras and
52:13
it's just all kinds. It's just it was a goldmine. Ah,
52:19
what are we doing wrong? Clearly, all right, I'll just
52:23
I'll go through a few more. Great first of all, may I say
52:29
just in general kind of looking at what happened in the
52:31
financial markets? Can Can we say that maybe the Queen's death
52:37
was indeed the kickoff of the great reset. Because we get we
52:42
get bombing we get the kinetic war with with pipe sabotage.
52:47
We've got the markets just going crazy. And then not just the
52:51
markets but then the pound
52:53
elsewhere, the British pound dropped to an all time low
52:55
against the dollar after the UK is Finance Minister announced
52:57
plans for the largest tax cut in 50 years in an effort to boost
53:02
their economic growth.
53:03
I mean, you wouldn't need you get the you get the new prime
53:07
minister. I think a new Chancellor of the Exchequer
53:10
everybody's gonna be new. And she's she doesn't she's seem to
53:13
be good.
53:14
No, but of course, this is horrible. This dropped a
53:17
pound to a book, I guess I want to take you to his backup, which
53:21
is like the time to go to England is when the pound is
53:24
like this, because I remember when I was until the software
53:26
was on the last show. When I was a kid. I remember a moment when
53:30
the pound was $2. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It was $2 after the war,
53:36
and I think it was his state $2 Lillington. And I kind of
53:39
gravitated and kind of stuck at about between like 85 and a buck
53:43
60
53:44
Dutch guilder was $5.
53:47
What is it now?
53:49
Well, it's non existent because it became the euro dollar.
53:51
That's why it became a year but it was it was to guilders to the
53:55
euro. Hollens prices doubled overnight. Basically, when they
54:01
implemented that.
54:03
It was the same thing happened in Italy when they Yes, the
54:07
price in Italy was skyrocketed because of the way they did the
54:11
conversion. And everybody bitched and moaned about it, and
54:14
I don't know, because you know, they did all
54:18
but let me tell you, I recall working for me, VO was probably
54:22
still pod show. And I was commuting back and forth. And so
54:26
my main domicile was in London, but the pound was so strong and
54:32
kept getting stronger and stronger and stronger. I
54:35
couldn't pay my rent at a certain point. Check it out, but
54:38
check it out. So I went to Blum and I said, Man, you got to pay
54:41
me in pounds. I mean, I can't do it was really crazy. Go look at
54:44
it. It was there was some big moves, like multiple dimes worth
54:48
of moves. And it was it was making it I literally just
54:52
didn't have enough money to pay for stuff as Okay, so you got to
54:57
change that we did and then if Like the pound dropped like
55:01
crazy, and I was living on a high horse I never told anybody
55:04
about that part was dynamite. So you know, you got expats,
55:08
Americans
55:09
like you screw in your own company.
55:12
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, well on
55:14
Wall Street, the recent slide in stock showed no signs of slowing
55:18
as the Dow dropped more than 300 points and entered into a bear
55:21
market down 20% from its high in January.
55:25
Then we get went up today so much. Oh, yeah, no, it's
55:29
slowing.
55:29
Well, it's the dollar is weakening. The Euro was back up
55:33
to almost 98 the pound is I think 110. Now they're back so
55:37
that they're recovering. What are the odds Soros was in the
55:41
other side of this trade somewhere?
55:42
Oh, did definitely you know, I
55:44
mean, what did it look like a man that that's his job? Why
55:48
isn't he getting credit for this one like he did for the last
55:50
time? I think he doesn't want because he didn't break. He
55:54
didn't actually break the bank this time. Anyways, things are
55:58
heating up in the central bank digital currency talks in the
56:02
European Union. And I know that our Fed Chairman Powell said,
56:07
Yeah, we're looking at it maybe three years for the US, okay.
56:11
But in the in the EU, it looks like they're moving a little
56:13
faster. And she was interviewed for the Atlantic Council. And
56:18
she revealed really something interesting about how the
56:24
Central Bank of Europe views the use of what they're how they're
56:28
going to try and sell it to us. Basically, she revealed that in
56:32
this interview,
56:33
I really want to talk about one more last thing, the digital
56:35
era. We're here for the rest of the day. Now.
56:42
What is up with this pashmina that she has draped over one
56:45
shoulder. Like she's like she's part of Starfleet Command that
56:49
has a sash.
56:51
I try just you just did it right there. That's the That's it.
56:55
It's it's it's really annoying. And she carries herself like
57:00
Madame Lagarde. The Honorable Madame Lagarde, look at my
57:03
pashmina sash everybody.
57:06
For the benefit of our audience. I am a bit puzzled. Why don't we
57:09
already have a digital Euro? I only pay I never pay with cash
57:12
only based with digital money. What is the central bank digital
57:15
cameras?
57:15
So do you think that was a setup question? I already have digital
57:20
why do we why do we need one Madame Lagarde.
57:25
Alright, right to keep it super simple. But he would say that
57:28
it's it's a digital banknote with a little less anonymity
57:35
than the paper banknote. Oh, okay. Because it is issued
57:41
guaranteed by the central bank. That bank notes will disappear.
57:50
No. Do you know what is that the first thing that we found out
57:55
when we did the first survey and sort of client testing. We found
58:01
that all those who are interested in a digital Euro,
58:05
that would be a central bank guaranteed payment system, peer
58:10
to peer and otherwise, they say that one thing that we really
58:14
care about is privacy,
58:16
which apparently there's a little less of
58:19
it. And privacy, I think has been I mean, there are countries
58:24
in Europe, which have suffered from lack of privacy. And these
58:29
countries are particularly attached to their privacy. But
58:33
second, I think there have been enough scandals in the last few
58:37
years of companies that have collected data through payments,
58:45
notably, and otherwise. And that have monetized those data by
58:53
selling databases by producing artificial intelligence produced
58:59
in depth analysis of you, me and others, and they don't want
59:03
that. So I think it's in addition to being the sort of
59:08
central bank, guaranteed digital bank note, it's also digital
59:14
payments. That should be available if people want it, you
59:19
know, if if you're against unwanted then we shouldn't go
59:22
there, but we should be ready if they want it. Because we provide
59:25
the guarantee that those data will never be exploited for
59:29
commercial purposes.
59:31
I'm going to stop right here. So the pitch that she's making here
59:35
to the question, why do I need I have credit cards? I Venmo. I've
59:40
got all the Why do I need the digital Euro her pitches? Oh,
59:44
because they are spying on you. They track everything you walk
59:48
through of course, you're gonna have an entire profile of you as
59:52
a digital profile, all completely true. And then she
59:56
goes and she says, Now you won't have that With the central bank
1:00:01
digital currency, and then she and maybe this is just her
1:00:05
misspeaking, but she says, Those data will never be made
1:00:09
available. Well, those, I mean, if she has those data, why is
1:00:13
she doing it? I mean, if you're just so are they doing profiles
1:00:21
of people, and they won't share that with company? What
1:00:23
you're saying? Like, I'm gonna try to rephrase what you're
1:00:26
asking me
1:00:26
try? Yeah.
1:00:29
If the data won't be shared, why are you collecting it in the
1:00:34
first place?
1:00:35
Or even turning it into a profile? But yes, why are you
1:00:38
even collecting it in the first Why are you collecting
1:00:40
it in the first place if you if this is going to be so safe and
1:00:43
secure, and it's never going to be shared? Now the way sure why
1:00:46
collected? What are you going to? What's the point? What's the
1:00:49
point of collecting it?
1:00:50
Well, the way she finishes up and this is almost done, it
1:00:53
almost sounds like she's willing to sell it.
1:00:55
So I think it's in addition to being the sort of Central Bank
1:00:59
Guaranteed digital banknote, it's also digital payments, that
1:01:07
should be available if people want it, you know, if if
1:01:11
Europeans don't want it, then we shouldn't go there. But we
1:01:13
shouldn't be ready if they want it. Because we provide the
1:01:16
guarantee that those data will never be exploited for
1:01:19
commercial purposes. Whether people pay to buy their bread,
1:01:24
or they pay to buy their cars, or what kind of
1:01:28
work she gave it away.
1:01:31
Yes, yeah, I'll play that bit here. Here we go.
1:01:35
It's all payments, that should be available if people want it,
1:01:40
you know, if if Europeans don't want it, then we shouldn't go
1:01:43
there. But we shouldn't be ready if they want it.
1:01:45
You mean that part? No, no, they will, the data will never be
1:01:50
available for commercial purpose. Yes,
1:01:53
because we provide the guarantee that those data will never be
1:01:57
exploited for commercial purposes. Whether people pay to
1:02:01
buy their bread,
1:02:03
which so now she's telling us what they're going to be
1:02:05
tracking. So this is the data that will never be made up of a
1:02:09
made available for commercial purposes. And here's some
1:02:11
examples of what we'll know about. You
1:02:13
never be exploited for commercial purposes. Whether
1:02:17
people pay to buy their bread, or they pay to buy their cars,
1:02:21
or what kind of medicine they purchase, what kind of frequency
1:02:26
they go to hospital is none of our business, central banks. It
1:02:31
can be the business of private sector, data collectors, who
1:02:36
happen to find out lots of interesting things about us.
1:02:40
This is not the business of a central bank, and it should
1:02:43
never be.
1:02:45
I think you're right, that she just told us she knows very
1:02:47
well. What they're going to be collecting.
1:02:51
I would have did a follow up question would immediately be
1:02:55
okay, what's not the business for the central bank? Is it the
1:02:58
business of the government? Is it the business of the tax
1:03:00
collector, the revenue ORs? Is it the business of the spooks of
1:03:05
the various intelligence agencies at their business? I
1:03:08
think it's kind of their business, isn't it as they're
1:03:10
not commercial? You're not selling it to him. He's giving
1:03:13
it to him. Is that Is that what school is going to end up? Yes,
1:03:18
Christine. By the way, I have these two photos. I'm gonna try
1:03:22
to remember to put them in the next newsletter
1:03:24
of Christine Lagarde.
1:03:27
Christine Lagarde pictures at the American Sea and the ones
1:03:30
that they are T uses I'll bet they're really mad. Woman have
1:03:38
wrinkles or what?
1:03:40
That's why you're supposed to look at the pashmina. It's, it's
1:03:44
like a Deborah Birx thing. It's really annoying. Because
1:03:48
you're probably right. It's to distract you because she's if
1:03:51
you see some of these real pictures she is she Yeah, yeah.
1:03:58
Yeah.
1:04:00
Oh, my goodness. Okay, let's see what Oh. So amidst this since
1:04:04
we're talking about the sector, stories now maybe a trial
1:04:08
balloon White House mulling potential Janet Yellen departure
1:04:12
after midterms.
1:04:14
She was just interviewed on a show. I didn't get any clips
1:04:17
from it. I didn't get like, I get a lot of clips. But I didn't
1:04:19
get any of these that we're talking about.
1:04:22
You were listening to a podcast that irks you.
1:04:25
She was interviewed recently on some screwball thing. And she
1:04:32
seems like she's got a foot out the door seems to me.
1:04:35
Yeah, but why? I mean, wouldn't they
1:04:39
want the job? Job? Nobody likes the somebody's giving she
1:04:43
think she wants out or she being kicked out. What do you think it
1:04:46
is?
1:04:46
I think she wants out.
1:04:48
Yeah. There are 1000s and 1000s of Syrian refugees getting ready
1:04:54
to enter Greece through Turkey. You see the videos of this? I
1:04:58
did not tell it and it has a name has a codename Hold on a
1:05:01
second. It's called What's this called? Oh, ISO
1:05:05
1000 I could have been the same B roll this show for the 1000s
1:05:09
and 1000s of Russians.
1:05:10
Yeah, but there's Georgia now there's there's like the
1:05:13
guardian. I mean, this is a real reporting it's just not really
1:05:16
bubbling to the top because ma'am, no Turkey. But this is
1:05:20
Erawan What did they call that thing? It's like the it's like
1:05:24
the golden wind or something. Something horrible that she
1:05:27
don't want. Some way I can't find it has some weird name.
1:05:33
Yeah, so they're gonna trounce through Turkey and then I guess
1:05:37
keep on you know, through Greece and then keep going. I presume.
1:05:42
The Greece can't hit Oh caravan of light. There it is. The
1:05:45
caravan of light.
1:05:47
caravan of light. Wow, that's a good one. Yeah.
1:05:51
Yeah. It sounds like no one would come up with that one.
1:05:55
Yeah, caravan of light. me a break. And what else do we have
1:05:59
on the did the juice kind of going back to a Georgia Did you
1:06:05
see her roast macaron? I mean, like, really, really roast him?
1:06:11
No. Okay. I only I only have a subtitled version.
1:06:15
Yeah, that's the problem. We can't get some. But I'll read.
1:06:19
I'll read off his dynamite.
1:06:21
I'll read along. Okay, here we go. Okay. I'll read long
1:06:24
Emmanuelle McCrone. She's like her. Emmanuel Macron described
1:06:31
us as disgusting cynics and irresponsible about her party.
1:06:35
Of course, once I believe. If we have something here, the Italian
1:06:40
press began to ask. Did you hear what McCrone said about us? He
1:06:44
said, We're irresponsible. What a shame. irresponsible. Emmanuel
1:06:49
Macron are those who bombed Libya because they were
1:06:52
concerned that Italy would obtain important energy
1:06:54
concessions with Gaddafi and left us facing the chaos of
1:06:59
illegal immigration we are facing now. The cynics Emmanuel
1:07:06
Macron or the French who send the gendarmerie to return any
1:07:09
immigrant trying to cross the border in Ventimiglia. confini
1:07:13
of anti media mass and most of all, and because things have to
1:07:17
be said, disgusting. Whom is he David? She says something here
1:07:22
that's not translated. Oh wants us to keep mono is not
1:07:28
translated. It's probably such as a small penis. Next line, she
1:07:34
might look bad yeah, he's real small. Discussing is France that
1:07:37
continues to exploit Africa by printing money to 14 African
1:07:42
countries charging them mint fees.
1:07:50
And by children labor in the mines, and by extracting raw
1:07:54
materials as is happening in Knight and asiair. Where France
1:07:59
extracts 30% of uranium it needs to run its nuclear reactors
1:08:03
while 90% of new shares population lives without
1:08:06
electricity. Do not come to teach us lessons Macron the
1:08:11
Africans are abandoning their continent because of you. The
1:08:15
solution is not to transfer Africans to Europe but to
1:08:17
liberate Africa from Southern Europeans. God we will not
1:08:23
accept lessons from you is that clear? micron I thought that was
1:08:30
pretty good.
1:08:31
That she's just you know, it's about time somebody spoke up.
1:08:35
Yeah. Sure. Yeah. She's gonna be trouble. She's a troublemaker.
1:08:40
He just never likes the adulation. She does love her
1:08:47
because she is she she likes to shoot from the hip. He says his
1:08:50
shoulder as Biden would say she's
1:08:53
on fire now. Yeah,
1:08:55
you know argue that that
1:08:56
okay, now right. Let's just compare that 28 second clip to
1:09:01
one of our politicians back here in America. You tell me which
1:09:05
one you'd prefer. You just heard GEORGE Yeah Maloney. Here's New
1:09:10
York City Mayor Adams
1:09:13
We have a brand new york has a brand and when people see it it
1:09:20
means something you know when we go there it's not it's the
1:09:24
Kansas doesn't have a brand when you go there you okay you from
1:09:31
Kansas but New York has a brand that has a brand.
1:09:41
I mean, was sky
1:09:45
and now that there's that black guy who can do his voice kind of
1:09:48
only makes it even worse is whiny voice of the
1:09:52
mean. Aren't you mean our guy Our producer is our guy who's
1:09:56
doing it. Our producer has done end of show mixes with Eric
1:09:59
Adams
1:10:00
with that voice is dynamite doesn't
1:10:03
want I mean it's
1:10:05
I wish I could get that cadence he's got to Eric Adams is an
1:10:09
idiot. Who
1:10:11
think it's Sir Michael Anthony. Let me say No Yeah.
1:10:15
Here you go so free court judge who thinks he's the mayor told
1:10:19
me the best me on the globe. I can't force a TV jab. That's our
1:10:25
guy.
1:10:27
Sir Michael Anthony. Yeah, he's good. He's very good.
1:10:31
Take that on the road yet on some shows.
1:10:34
Take that on the road.
1:10:36
Take it on the road. Michael.
1:10:37
Take it on the road. What was that comedian LC what is their
1:10:40
name? Who does Kamala
1:10:43
da who Oh, that blonde girl who?
1:10:46
Yeah, they could do a show together. Larry and they could
1:10:49
do a show together be great. She listens to the show.
1:10:52
She does blonde girl who does Kamli Listen. Yes, Lipson. St.
1:10:56
Campbell is saying she loves the no agenda show and is stoned
1:10:59
voice. There
1:11:00
you go. All right. But it hasn't been. Would you want to write a
1:11:03
script because it has to be when I listen to podcasts, when it's
1:11:07
the best podcast of the universe, the universe being
1:11:11
universal, where we all come together to be universally
1:11:15
entertained by the podcast and the podcast, which is something
1:11:19
like that. Can you write that?
1:11:21
You could write something? Probably not that. Okay, we go
1:11:24
I'm gonna give you this as the ask Adam. So what's wrong with
1:11:27
these podcasts? Segment? Okay, ready?
1:11:30
I'm ready.
1:11:32
Now they got four of them listed right? Now Yeah, be careful to
1:11:37
play the right one. This is the one you're gonna play. I'm good.
1:11:39
Don't start playing it. No new show. Guess who won
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New Show? Guess who won?
1:11:46
I want you to listen to this clip and tell me who this is.
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you asked me. Go ahead.
1:14:23
Yeah, so you know her promos this was baffling to me. I'm
1:14:27
kind of happy you brought this because you know I hated it so
1:14:29
much even I couldn't bring myself the clip now you would
1:14:31
ever do this. Well, I know I'm going to be clipping from her in
1:14:34
the future. Yeah, but you aren't going to do no I was I was going
1:14:38
to maybe mentioned if it came up and I'm glad you had the clip.
1:14:41
Some of her promos were like hi this is Joe Rogan with a new
1:14:44
show. Oh Just kidding It's Kara Swisher so she's she's
1:14:47
communicating to pointed that she's communicating two things.
1:14:51
One, she is doing a show similar where she has an interview with
1:14:57
a long interview with someone although it's only an hour Our
1:15:00
big
1:15:00
golly I've never heard of such a thing and it shocked depresses
1:15:03
she is so
1:15:05
irked. She's like an Air America. disc jockey. She's so
1:15:10
irked that these two assholes Joe Rogan and the little dick
1:15:15
energy of Ben Shapiro that they have huge audiences police watch
1:15:20
me I'm Kara Swisher
1:15:24
now here's the other thing besides that, by the way, some
1:15:27
poor form they're very clever.
1:15:30
We wouldn't say You know, we would have said no, but that's a
1:15:33
burn we're burning back to tape. Let's start over Kara. Just do a
1:15:37
normal. Hey, this is
1:15:41
what everybody else yes
1:15:43
you are and then she had Chris Cuomo on who ran circles around
1:15:47
her.
1:15:48
Yeah, I did I believe me I didn't cut I'll I got just a
1:15:52
What's wrong part which is the quick Chris Cuomo who the hell
1:15:55
cares. But I want to play part three. And then I want to I'm
1:16:02
gonna actually play this part three and in advancing with it
1:16:04
tell you what I think is wrong. You can't have two people
1:16:08
because he or she brought her side kick. To be as though she
1:16:12
brought her producer to be a psychic because everybody wants
1:16:14
to be in front of the camera. Right? Yeah. So she brought this
1:16:17
one and this other woman, she at some point on and off if you
1:16:21
listen to you watch the video. No. So if you listen to it, I
1:16:25
said, if you listen to it, you can't if you see the video, it'd
1:16:28
be better. If they have video. I don't I don't know. But they
1:16:33
sound like the same person. You have to if you're going to do a
1:16:37
dis a tip for podcasters out there. If you're hanging out
1:16:41
with somebody all the time you start sounding like them. You
1:16:44
can't do a podcast with them. Just like Glenn Beck by the way.
1:16:48
He's got those three guy stole sound like Glenn Beck, I'm
1:16:51
going to stop you there. This is what you're saying you should
1:16:55
not do is something that radio guys have done since the early
1:16:58
80s. I'm going to say Scott Shannon was the first one who
1:17:01
did it. As you 100 In New York, he hired Ross Britton, and every
1:17:06
other guy that he's hired as a sidekick. Who sounds enough like
1:17:11
him, that if he's told me the straight up, if Scott's not
1:17:16
there, either for one break or something or whatever, or even
1:17:20
for a whole show, the audience is not immediately tuned tuning
1:17:24
out because they hear a wildly different voice. And that's why
1:17:27
Glenn Beck does it too. Now, why Karen nating why Kara Swisher
1:17:32
does this I have no idea.
1:17:37
Well, I find it annoying. And even when Beck was doing his
1:17:40
radio show and he had these he had this one guy in particular,
1:17:43
that was always on the show with him. Like a side kick still
1:17:46
doesn't say they did to have a talk and I go I don't know who
1:17:49
the hell is talking here. This woman because she's hanging out
1:17:52
there in the same milieu and she's starting to sound like
1:17:55
her. She doesn't sound completely like her, but she's
1:17:56
sounding too close. And when you listen to this, she does
1:17:59
something else because she must be aware of this. Because she
1:18:03
keeps saying like if I'm talking to you, Adam curry, and blah
1:18:07
blah blah Adam curry. I don't you don't do that. Unless you're
1:18:10
trying to make it clear that you're identifying that you're
1:18:13
not Adam curry.
1:18:15
You don't even like me saying John on the show. We
1:18:18
don't I find a poor form for people to keep referring to.
1:18:23
Because you don't do that in real life.
1:18:25
Oh, I do that all the time. Tina, come on Tina.
1:18:29
You know you never I had never heard you say to you always
1:18:32
don't pull.
1:18:33
Don't pull the trigger. You always saying
1:18:36
yeah, Tina is when she's got the gun. So let's listen to this.
1:18:42
They do say darling to her.
1:18:43
That is what you say darling going part three, part three.
1:18:46
Trump has all been declared he's running in 2024 and the Queen
1:18:49
has died which is unrelated to the two items but in some way
1:18:52
who could blame her? Have you enjoyed your time off or summer
1:18:55
vacations Kara Swisher
1:18:57
I don't vacation name I ran a major tech conference code and
1:19:01
16 people invade your people in two days and then I've been
1:19:03
traveling and I've done tons of interviews. I don't I don't take
1:19:06
vacation. I
1:19:07
was there I was on stage with you in my yellow suit. Yes, I
1:19:10
love it by the way Kara Swisher you always need everyone to know
1:19:13
I'm Kara Swisher and I don't take holidays.
1:19:15
Yeah, I did this. I cringed at this as well. I'm like, Oh,
1:19:19
really? Oh, you don't take she's a millionaire multimillionaire,
1:19:24
probably mainly by divorce. But she's done quite well with her
1:19:27
conferences. And once she got away from from the Wall Street
1:19:31
Journal and was able to set it up herself. And you know, she's
1:19:34
she set for life. But she is she really thinks she's all that in
1:19:38
the bag of chips. She she tweeted. I tweet back at her all
1:19:42
the time. I hate her I might as well try to reach her. And I do
1:19:46
and she's uh you know, coming up the first episode of the pod so
1:19:51
I read and I reply yeah replies it please don't call it pod and
1:19:55
her reply I will always
1:19:59
Oh, Please usually you know who you can get under your skin. I
1:20:02
get on your break and broadcasting.
1:20:05
Oh don't tell me it's Leo Laporte me
1:20:11
silicon spin
1:20:12
Great show everybody. Nice talking to you, John. John.
1:20:17
John. Really? You gave her you gave
1:20:20
her the break and as far as I know she's never been
1:20:23
to man you got Natalie del Conte Morris and you got Kara Swisher
1:20:27
well done John. Coach to the
1:20:31
others believe me
1:20:33
coach to the women we hate what is going on. Now that's not true
1:20:38
because Jen briny is a runaway success that you knocked it out
1:20:41
of the park with her. Knocked it out of the park.
1:20:44
So I know the park with all of them in in essence. Part Two
1:20:51
part two of what's wrong with these podcasts? I want you to
1:20:55
guess
1:20:56
you probably wait Part Two when you mean we've
1:20:59
departure is a second second. This is called www TP another
1:21:04
own no one not. Don't start it. Okay. This is I want you to
1:21:08
guess who's doing this podcast?
1:21:12
Can I start it? Yep. Just seeing if I can guess it from that
1:21:19
alone. No decades ago. A quote was carved into a marble wall
1:21:26
at headquarters.
1:21:30
And you shall know the truth it reads and the truth shall make
1:21:33
you free.
1:21:37
Ah, this is the CIA podcast now. I just remembered what it was. I
1:21:41
wouldn't have known if I didn't know they had a podcast at the
1:21:43
very end. It was the slogan of the CIA. Is that the CIA
1:21:47
podcast?
1:21:48
Yes. This is episode one.
1:21:50
Yes. How bad does that suck?
1:21:54
More other? So they brought on for their first interview. First
1:21:58
of all these these two? Nick's
1:22:01
Do you have more? Clips of this?
1:22:05
Yes. But I had to switch the nomenclature.
1:22:08
Can I just say one thing about this podcast in gross violation
1:22:12
of I think all standards and practices. They are using
1:22:15
transistor as their hosting company. You know, on the pod
1:22:18
father I know stuff. Yeah, that's a French company. They
1:22:23
are host they are hosting this at a French company.
1:22:26
Yep. Okay.
1:22:27
You knew that.
1:22:29
I knew this was it. I knew this wasn't kosher.
1:22:32
Something's up here. Okay, what are we doing? What do you got?
1:22:35
So we're gonna move to that what that whole podcast was about
1:22:38
which was an interview with William Burns. And so let's go
1:22:42
to the clips Bill Burns interview.
1:22:44
Now who is Bill Burns?
1:22:46
He is the head honcho of the CIA former. He's got a really spooky
1:22:52
background, even though he says he never was in the CIA. But he
1:22:54
was an ambassador to Russia. He's been all over the Middle
1:22:59
East. Yes,
1:22:59
he's one. Episode one guest one. Yeah. You'd think that in
1:23:06
typical fashion, you'd have the director of the CIA on or you
1:23:10
know, maybe roll out Brennan to say you know, if you smell
1:23:13
guilty, you're guilty. Something like that. No. Okay. Can I
1:23:18
start?
1:23:19
Well, I know Bill Burns is the director of the CIA.
1:23:22
No, this was okay. I didn't understand you said yeah, no, I
1:23:25
said Bill Burns is this guy's he's been a spook all his life
1:23:29
yeah William Burroughs CIA director but they brought him on
1:23:33
and they it turns out to guy is not entertaining and and neither
1:23:41
are these two people that are just doing the podcast are so
1:23:45
giddy
1:23:45
and or is the music
1:23:47
or the music and tonight that but they had a trailer which
1:23:50
different music with the same opening, which was worse. But
1:23:54
anyway, so here we go.
1:23:55
D and I couldn't be more excited and honored.
1:24:00
All right, everybody, hold on a second. That's a good start.
1:24:04
Let's try that again. Really sounds like you're excited.
1:24:06
Okay, let's try that again. Can be let's try it again.
1:24:10
D and I couldn't be more excited and honored to sit down on this
1:24:14
debut episode with CIA director Bill Burns. Hello, sir. Thank
1:24:17
you so much for joining us today.
1:24:19
Well, it's great to be with you guys. And
1:24:21
why do they identify themselves by their like I'm Special Agent
1:24:25
burns I'm the I'm Special Agent Pete or whatever it was it just
1:24:28
host Are you
1:24:29
playing clip? Two?
1:24:33
Are you want you didn't tell me to play clip two.
1:24:36
Okay, no, I man play you shouldn't be playing Bill Burns
1:24:38
interview with no number.
1:24:40
Yeah, that's what I was playing. Okay. Yeah.
1:24:43
The time what's the length on that one?
1:24:46
To 20 long to 20
1:24:47
to 20. Okay. Okay, play
1:24:49
D and I couldn't be more excited and honored to sit down on this
1:24:53
debut episode with CIA director, Bill Burns. Hello, sir. Thank
1:24:57
you so much for joining us today.
1:24:58
Well, it's great to be with you guys. And you're right,
1:25:01
intelligence agencies are supposed to collect secrets and
1:25:04
keep them and not talk too much about them. We do usually
1:25:08
operate in the shadows out of sight, out of mind, our
1:25:11
successes are often obscured or failures are often painfully
1:25:15
visible. And our sacrifices are often unknown. At a certain
1:25:19
amount of discretion certainly comes with the territory, we
1:25:22
have a profound obligation to protect agents and officers who
1:25:27
risked their lives in support of our mission, which is to help
1:25:29
protect Americans. But I'm convinced, as I know you are
1:25:33
that in our democracy, where trust in institutions is in such
1:25:37
short supply, that it's important to try to explain
1:25:41
ourselves as best we can, and to demystify a little bit of what
1:25:44
we do. So that's why I'm glad you're launching this podcast
1:25:47
and glad to be with you. And that's
1:25:49
a great word to use the demystify word.
1:25:57
All of a sudden, it turned into a great podcast.
1:26:00
And what we are trying to do is just that is we think that by
1:26:03
engaging a little bit more with the public, we can kind of help
1:26:06
to lessen some of those misconceptions that many do have
1:26:09
of us. So thank you for that.
1:26:17
Agreed. And actually, so we want to ask you, what do you think
1:26:21
are some of the biggest misconceptions that people have
1:26:23
about the CIA?
1:26:24
Well, I should start by saying that I love spy movies. But one
1:26:28
big misconception that a lot of those really entertaining movies
1:26:31
feed is that intelligence in real life. It's just a glamorous
1:26:35
world of solo operators, the world of James Bond and Jason
1:26:39
Bourne and Jack Ryan, World of heroic individuals who drive
1:26:43
fast cars and defuse bombs and solve world crises all on their
1:26:47
own every day. That I have to tell you is a constant source of
1:26:51
amusement for my wife and daughters, and never cease to
1:26:55
remind me that they don't exactly fit that image. Since
1:26:58
I'm most comfortable driving our 2013 Subaru Outback posted speed
1:27:03
limits, and that for me, at least the height of
1:27:05
technological daring as when I can finally get the Roku remote
1:27:09
to work at home.
1:27:10
Oh, brother.
1:27:15
So, first of all, the CIA mission used to be informally
1:27:21
jump out of airplanes save the world. Here on the cia.gov
1:27:26
website. He said their mission is to protect Americans know, at
1:27:30
the CIA, our mission is to preempt threats and further US
1:27:34
national security objectives by collecting foreign intelligence
1:27:39
that matters, producing objective all source analysis,
1:27:42
conducting effective covert action as directed by the
1:27:45
President and safeguarding the secrets that helped keep our
1:27:48
nation safe. So it's just not true what he said. Surprise.
1:27:55
The there's I don't have all this interview, obviously, even
1:27:59
though the podcast is fairly short at 17 minutes. Oh,
1:28:02
really? That's their idea of a podcast? Yeah. Yeah, she's
1:28:06
and but does I get one more clip from him? And he gives away a
1:28:13
lot of the information that I don't know if he what's the
1:28:16
point of telling everyone he drives a Subaru? I don't know.
1:28:19
What's the point of saying he uses
1:28:21
because I'm not sure because the wife drives the Subaru and it
1:28:24
was a hit as he's not going to get him
1:28:26
back cookie. And then he goes on. He also talks about his 20
1:28:29
went overseas missions, which is a detail I thought don't think
1:28:32
was important to anything and maybe needless was
1:28:36
misinformation. But was he telling us this stuff? Or let me
1:28:38
ask you something maybe differently? Is this not just
1:28:42
another part of the unclogging? You know, now they're
1:28:45
unclogging. Now we're going to talk now CIA is coming to the
1:28:49
front, everybody's they're all coming back. All the Obama
1:28:53
people are all showing up. And now the CIA has been real quiet
1:28:56
for a long time. Now they're doing a podcast. I mean, that
1:29:01
can't be overlooked.
1:29:04
Well, I think there's
1:29:06
Is this the recruiting tool? Or is it just I think
1:29:09
it's, I think it's a couple of things. I I'm not sure what it
1:29:12
is, and the idea that they're doing their job, they I should
1:29:16
have no clue why they're doing this. But, but they're doing it
1:29:21
I think it's just to assuage personally, the woke element
1:29:25
that they brought into the agency, as a as a front and this
1:29:31
is just their, okay, this is their nod to these idiots. And
1:29:36
they're gonna Okay, well do me, I gotta be the guy. You're
1:29:39
interviewing me and you're gonna probably do five of these maybe
1:29:42
that and that'll be it, they'll be done. And they say, well,
1:29:46
nobody listened to and by the way, nobody is going to listen
1:29:49
because no matter where they put it, it's posted only on the
1:29:52
cia.gov site that I can find. I know this is it. This is so this
1:29:57
is pretty much to do. So he's
1:29:59
home. Our second bill is married to Agnes brown mother of
1:30:06
Scotland's national poet Robert Burns what now that can't be
1:30:09
that can't be right that's gotta be different you get some
1:30:11
somebody that's connected to his connected his wiki pedia All
1:30:15
right far to
1:30:17
the truth is that intelligence is very much a team sport. It's
1:30:20
a profession of hard collective work and shared risks, and
1:30:24
remarkable common dedication every day. Our officers are
1:30:28
doing hard jobs and hard places around the world. Every day,
1:30:32
we're recruiting agents and collecting information on the
1:30:35
plans and the intentions and the capabilities of our adversaries.
1:30:39
Every day are scientists and technologists and digital
1:30:42
specialists are developing new tools to help us compete to
1:30:46
those adversaries every day. Our analysts are sifting through all
1:30:50
that information and studying the global landscape that tried
1:30:53
to produce the best insights that we can to help the
1:30:56
President make the best policy choices that he can.
1:31:03
Basically, they do what we do. Except they haven't figured out
1:31:07
how to do make a podcast out of it yet. We do the same thing. We
1:31:11
look around we people give us reports, we get reports. For the
1:31:16
people who put it together, we use technology and then but now
1:31:20
instead now we turn it into a podcast, you turn it in you
1:31:23
weaponize it for political reasons.
1:31:26
We don't do that. That's for sure. So that led me to this Oh.
1:31:32
Which is the grin grin green roll gold?
1:31:35
Yes. I do have these clips. No, no, I do not have these clips. I
1:31:40
saw it. And let me tell you what happened. I had it ready to
1:31:43
clip. I saw your clips come and I'm like, Oh, he has it. I do
1:31:47
have it. So you got it.
1:31:48
So Greenwald was on the rising sun or whatever the hell the
1:31:52
name of this rising whatever it is the
1:31:54
The hills are rising. The rising No, no, but
1:31:57
the it's the spin off to what the two guys know crystal ball
1:32:01
and rising. Yes. They are. Yes. They went off to do their own
1:32:06
podcast and they're making money and your heal people aren't
1:32:11
real people. Zero.
1:32:14
So they had Snowden on and Snowden brought up some new
1:32:17
stuff. And New information has come to light. And I thought it
1:32:21
was fascinating. His interpretation may or may not be
1:32:25
on the money. But it's definitely worth listening to
1:32:28
what he had to say about mostly about Trump. And here we go.
1:32:33
I've got information, man, new shit has come to light. And
1:32:37
the reason why media outlets dislike Snowden and Assange, and
1:32:41
so many people like them, even though those people are the ones
1:32:45
enabling journalists to do the job they claim they're there to
1:32:48
do is because there's sources inside the CIA and the FBI and
1:32:52
the Justice Department in the White House hates Snowden and
1:32:55
Assange. And therefore they just reflect reflexively, those same
1:32:59
biases. That is what these media outlets are for.
1:33:02
Women that went too fast for me, what did he exactly say? Their
1:33:08
discussion was about a discussion ramble. They went
1:33:12
from here to there. Of course, it's the rising This was because
1:33:16
we'll speak also because anything with Greenwald is too
1:33:19
long.
1:33:20
It's too long.
1:33:21
He's long. He's long. He's long winded. Yes. And but by the way,
1:33:24
I took this I just took this clip off the end of his long
1:33:28
discussion of the of the what's wrong with the media, which is
1:33:32
that they they're beholden to CIA, FBI in the sources that
1:33:37
feed him stuff, and they just regurgitate it for the public.
1:33:41
Now, what
1:33:41
does that have to do with Snowden, though? I
1:33:43
don't understand. Well, it led into into the Snowden discussion
1:33:48
about him not getting his extradition. And that is
1:33:53
extradition, but his pardon from from Trump. But I needed that at
1:33:56
the beginning, because that tells you that the media is is
1:34:01
in the bag, and they're not going to help the whole thing.
1:34:05
The whole thing is it was rigged. It was fixed. And here's
1:34:09
he continues to kind of
1:34:11
play that first clip again, just so I can hear it now. Okay,
1:34:14
context, and the reason
1:34:15
why media outlets dislike Snowden and Assange, and so many
1:34:19
people like them, even though those people are the ones
1:34:22
enabling journalists to do the job they claim they're there to
1:34:26
do is because their sources inside the CIA and the FBI and
1:34:30
the Justice Department in the White House hates Snowden and
1:34:32
Assange and therefore, they just reflect reflexively, those same
1:34:36
biases. That is what these media outlets are for.
1:34:39
Okay. All right. I guess we'll continue with clip two.
1:34:41
He had to transit through Moscow on his way to Havana and the but
1:34:44
the the Obama administration led by Joe Biden did everything
1:34:49
possible to block him from leaving Moscow Ben Rhodes
1:34:52
boasted bragged in his own book about he called the Cubans and
1:34:56
said if you want us to let this embargo if you want to have
1:34:59
better relations, is with us. You better not do anything to
1:35:02
help Edward Snowden get out of Moscow? Because if you do,
1:35:04
there'll be no political space to do it. The reason he's in
1:35:08
Russia isn't because he chose to be it's because the Obama
1:35:11
administration forced him to be precisely so that they could
1:35:14
turn around and get morons to think, Oh, well, if he's in
1:35:18
Russia, he must be a Kremlin spy.
1:35:20
And now he's a citizen.
1:35:23
Yeah, this brings up a lot of possibilities, which I put down
1:35:28
as more background. I
1:35:29
agree. I agree.
1:35:31
Not a big deal. That's just more background to the choice clip,
1:35:35
which is next. And
1:35:37
that is the problem is it was the Trump administration
1:35:40
considering actively pardoning Snowden. I think it was one of
1:35:44
Trump's more cowardly moves. Not to have done that the reason he
1:35:48
didn't was because the second impeachment trial was hanging
1:35:50
over his head in Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham made clear it and
1:35:53
Mitch McConnell if you pardon Snowden, we're gonna vote for
1:35:57
your own impeachment. But he didn't. And now the Biden
1:36:00
administration was a part of the Obama administration is
1:36:03
continuing this repressive attack on whistleblowers that
1:36:06
led to Snowden not being able to come back to the United States
1:36:08
in the first place.
1:36:09
Yep. I had never heard that before, Glenn, that there was a
1:36:12
threat from Rubio and Graham and some of the more like hawkish
1:36:17
pro security state Republicans to potentially vote to convict
1:36:22
Trump in that impeachment hearing over Snowden. Is there.
1:36:27
Just explain that a little bit more to me, because that's a new
1:36:29
piece of information for me. Oh, this
1:36:31
is great. So it's the Chip and Dale and the turtle.
1:36:35
So you have the turtle you have the Chip and Dale, you have
1:36:38
Lindsey Graham, that lady G. And you have to remember that
1:36:44
Rubio's on the Intelligence Committee. Yeah, we have to, we
1:36:50
have to always remember we always have to remember or
1:36:52
recall the fact that the FBI is what was always primarily used
1:36:59
for does work. They do stuff they got, I think, Bo
1:37:02
Rubio because he is on the Intel Committee. I think Rubio is real
1:37:06
problem. He's a remedial
1:37:09
compromise. I think the FBI has got pictures of both Graham and
1:37:13
Rubio with a dick in their mouth. John, blunt about it.
1:37:16
Geez, that mean, and I would never say something like that.
1:37:21
Hey, you would know.
1:37:24
But there's something wrong with this picture that these two guys
1:37:28
especially I mean, Graham, we know is just a phony lives at
1:37:31
home with his mom. Still as far as I know. No, that's serious.
1:37:36
Yeah. And yeah, life did look good. Last time we came the
1:37:43
conversation as it was during the Trump administration came
1:37:45
out they lived at home with his mom.
1:37:47
I mean, you could have said tubes smoking. I mean, anything
1:37:50
would have been better than that. Oh, you know, I'm done by
1:37:53
that. Smoking that's I don't want to be vague. This is what
1:37:56
they get a photo of. And so they these guys can't. They're there.
1:38:04
They're useless is
1:38:06
you're making a mistake as represented Mark. Mark on
1:38:09
public. Marcos. Mom lives with him. You say Don't you
1:38:11
understand? He lives with me. Okay.
1:38:14
The Indus not Marcos that has lived with the mamas, Lindsay
1:38:18
Oh, Lindsey. Oh, same lady G. Lindy Hop, please.
1:38:23
No, no, Marcos Rubio i Who knows where he lives with what? But
1:38:29
that's stupid. It's pathetic because he was a runner for he
1:38:33
was gonna try to use going for president and he was
1:38:35
compromised. He's obviously compromised. If this story is
1:38:38
even remotely true. Lindsey we know is totally compromised
1:38:42
because he sways with the wind and sways other ways. Yeah,
1:38:45
there it is. And
1:38:48
the honor roll Jhansi keep it going. I'm sorry. You shouldn't
1:38:52
say your name. Hey, you You're on a roll you
1:38:54
so So this story is your and Trump should have known better
1:39:00
he says we all because you still need 75 yes votes to get the
1:39:04
impeachment. I think if it came down to a lot of Democrats would
1:39:07
pull back on it because nobody wants to impeach the president.
1:39:10
And it because the second impeach was over the phone call
1:39:13
the perfect phone call. So I mean, that was dumb. But if
1:39:17
those guys came over to Trump's look really well, let's play.
1:39:21
There's a little more information here coming up.
1:39:23
Let's go to part four.
1:39:24
Yeah, so you know, obviously I was somebody who was working
1:39:27
very actively, both publicly advocating but also in private,
1:39:31
doing everything I could to secure a pardon for both Assange
1:39:34
and Snowden. Snowden being my source. And Assange being
1:39:38
someone I regard as heroic. And there was real movement inside
1:39:42
the Trump administration to give particularly Snowden apart Nicky
1:39:46
much closer to Snowden, then they get to Assange. And if you
1:39:50
think about it, why would they have initiated an impeachment
1:39:53
proceeding against a president who within a couple of weeks was
1:39:56
on his way out and the reason Crystal was that they were very
1:40:00
Free that on his way out. But Trump was going to do a bunch of
1:40:03
stuff, including not just giving pardons to Snowden and or
1:40:07
Assange, but also declassify all kinds of documents he had been
1:40:10
threatening to declassify about the CIA about the Kennedy
1:40:14
assassination. Had against Trump doing what they consider to
1:40:19
crack up on his way out was the second impeachment trial. And
1:40:23
they explicitly communicated to Trump, multiple Republican kind
1:40:27
of hawkish senators did that if you do that, we know you're
1:40:30
thinking about doing what right Rand Paul and Matt Gates and
1:40:33
others were encouraging him to do, which was pardon Snowden,
1:40:36
that will severely jeopardize your chances of getting out of
1:40:39
this impeachment trial with an acquittal. And that was the kind
1:40:42
of Sword of Damocles hanging over his head during that
1:40:45
transition.
1:40:46
Wow.
1:40:47
does that relate to the documents that he then takes to
1:40:51
mar a Lago? Because there's some reporting that the documents
1:40:54
that he took there were, you know, related to Russia gate,
1:40:57
they were things that, you know, he had flirted with
1:40:59
declassifying before, but didn't for whatever reason, do you
1:41:02
know, if there's a connect there?
1:41:03
What I know for sure, is that Trump was threatening to
1:41:07
declassify all of those documents relating to Russia
1:41:10
gate because Trump believes I think, with a lot of validity,
1:41:13
that there were crimes committed or at least ethical
1:41:16
transgressions committed during the 2016 election to create and
1:41:21
manufacture russiagate. It came out of the CIA. And I don't know
1:41:24
exactly which documents he took. Nobody really knows exactly
1:41:27
which documents he took. But sure, it certainly seems to
1:41:30
align with everything I knew at the time, which was that Trump
1:41:33
wanted those documents public had the power to declassify
1:41:38
them. And now his defense is that he did.
1:41:42
Man, that's not bad for Crystal.
1:41:46
No, that at all, man, that's and what's interesting is you listen
1:41:50
to this. And then if you go back to the CIA, podcast, and listen
1:41:56
to Bill continue, he goes on about how important it is to be
1:42:01
nonpartisan and blah, blah, blah. That was just, I made sure
1:42:05
to clip that part too. Because it's just like, What are you
1:42:07
kidding me? Especially after that Russia gate in his more
1:42:11
recent stuff with the Hunter Biden laptop and all the Intel
1:42:15
agency heads going on? It looks like a Russian deal to me. I
1:42:18
mean, it says he's got all the earmarks of a Russian hoax. You
1:42:22
know, these guys are into it up to their neck. Hennessy,
1:42:25
actually kind of potater not doing the public service
1:42:28
now and do you think that they're going to fix this with a
1:42:30
podcast is that I know what will
1:42:33
kill the podcast, but I'm pretty sure I said it was which is just
1:42:36
a just wage product. And I got woke newbies
1:42:41
night. I'm down with that. Wow, that's pretty explosive. So
1:42:45
Rubio, so the Chippendale and the turtle, those guys, Lady and
1:42:51
the lady who's the Lady,
1:42:53
lady G.
1:42:54
And I'm sorry, I keep forgetting the third wheel of the village
1:42:57
people unbelievable. Wow, good on crystal ball. There is
1:43:03
nothing to deconstruct. I mean, I can't even give Clip of the
1:43:06
Day because it was just they did the work.
1:43:09
They did. And with that, I'd like Lachey Greenwald did the
1:43:13
work.
1:43:15
I'd like to thank you for your courage say in the morning to
1:43:17
you the man who put the sea in the Chippendale and the turtle
1:43:20
ladies and gentlemen, please say hello to my friend on the other
1:43:23
end, Mr. John C.
1:43:27
In the lady
1:43:33
Nolan games and all the Knights out there.
1:43:36
And in the morning to the trolls and the troll room who've been
1:43:38
diligently hanging out you've handed me a couple of good ones
1:43:41
today trolls like that. Appreciate that. The troll room
1:43:44
and troll room.io is where you can log in. You can check it
1:43:48
out. You can talk troll, do whatever. Listen, you'll be
1:43:50
listening live to the stream. So you can hear the show on
1:43:53
Thursdays and Sundays. But it's 24/7 there's always a reason to
1:43:56
go in there. And I don't think we can ever run out of space
1:44:00
there which is pretty good. Let's give them a little more we
1:44:03
have 1971 1971 Same as last week very stable, stable count. Now
1:44:14
did you tell me after last week or the last show that you have
1:44:18
saw seven cars effer or so yeah. Was it a seven or a six
1:44:23
you bring it up? The Zephyr as of the for the last couple of
1:44:28
weeks has only been seven cars as opposed to the normal eight
1:44:32
and the holiday nine which is missed. But there's been seven
1:44:37
cars there was one eight cars ever but it doesn't count as an
1:44:40
eight cars ever because the last car was actually a private car.
1:44:44
It was one of the nice ones a nice one. So it was still seven
1:44:47
cars ever with a private car on the Amba destiny has been
1:44:50
running 7777 consistently. You should have given us
1:44:53
a report because we could have predicted the market collapse.
1:44:57
Maybe Maybe I'm sorry for the trolls who I counted too
1:45:02
harshly. I guess they have sensitive ears if you pat them
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looking forward to seeing you there. Now let us thank the
1:45:46
artists for episode a second in a second of a shown and we go in
1:45:59
a shownotes Episode What is hmm
1:46:02
well was high Is that a thing popped up on my screen that I
1:46:05
thought was only on the other computer, but yet here it is.
1:46:09
And that was well I just close it so I can't tell you what it
1:46:13
was it's
1:46:14
okay. I'm glad we stopped for that. But you're the one that
1:46:18
stopped 1989 was titled sophist trees or sofas trees choice,
1:46:25
which was quite upon
1:46:27
upon. And the art was by the one and only OG of the Art Generator
1:46:33
himself, Sir Paul couture. Yeah, brought us a beauty. Now this
1:46:37
was a complex image, which always gets I mean, if it's a
1:46:42
beautiful piece, and it's complex that always gets our eye
1:46:45
but he had some good things in there. He had, who he who he he
1:46:49
had, like a hui Hui cheesecake girl,
1:46:54
you know what I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm about to say something
1:46:56
about polar couture is art. And it's not always this way. But he
1:47:01
does some of the best emblem art he's the one who did the
1:47:04
original. That's why he's good at it. And he's good at do and I
1:47:09
think he should be put aside as a name to like if you need
1:47:13
something like even like a coin a real coin design or, or a
1:47:17
symbol or something that's round. A badge a button King
1:47:21
Charles should call him for the for the coin.
1:47:26
Anything that is debt is got it just like this is desert style
1:47:31
of art is good that he's really nailed, he can do it. And so
1:47:35
every time he does one of these things, even though in this
1:47:38
case, it's not a perfectly symmetrical piece because he got
1:47:41
to cheesecake on there. But generally speaking, it's steps
1:47:45
dynamite is dynamite. Logos. If you're going to give you any
1:47:49
attorneys a
1:47:50
logo, get a hold of it. That's it. It's the logo logos, you'll
1:47:53
do a lawyer he'll do a logo for five grand, it'll knock your
1:47:56
socks off. All right,
1:47:57
there you go.
1:47:59
agenting form
1:48:00
and you know what I'm thinking that's the kind of value we got
1:48:02
out of it. Just thinking about the art generator itself, the
1:48:06
value that he's put into the show by by setting this up and
1:48:10
maintaining it through several horrible code changes from
1:48:13
headless Drupal, to whatever we're running on now. PHP Thank
1:48:20
you very much, Sir Paul. Fantastic work we appreciate you
1:48:24
so much. A couple other things that were here on the no agenda
1:48:27
art generator.com which you can always be refreshing during the
1:48:31
show. There's new art there for this episode already. There
1:48:35
wasn't really that I kind of like Dame Kenny Ben's who who we
1:48:38
could set it was nice but it was small. Yeah, I couldn't read it.
1:48:43
It was small guns for granny didn't quite work. There was an
1:48:49
interesting sir net Ned but it was Humpty Dumpty economy and
1:48:54
definitely didn't really anything that we talked about. I
1:48:56
don't think in that regard. We had more you seem to who we who
1:49:00
is Was that was that? We already had that dollar right. With your
1:49:07
head on it. You already had that one. Was that was that for the
1:49:10
show? I can't remember him correct to record I don't think
1:49:12
that was for this past show. Was it?
1:49:16
Oh, no, that no, it was last year. I made this show that I
1:49:21
wanted a copy of the art but it never got heard from
1:49:24
we didn't get a big offering. Mike Riley came in with I mean
1:49:29
it's it's beautifully drawn but I just don't know if we should
1:49:32
put too big nipples on the artwork is a great piece. But it
1:49:36
wasn't clear. It looks a lot like he took the head from the
1:49:39
from what's the the boy's name and family Family Guy?
1:49:44
Yeah, Chris.
1:49:45
Chris. Looks like Chris. It's the same colors. Anyway, thank
1:49:52
you very much, Sir Paul couture. We appreciate very much that you
1:49:55
do this. Before we move on. I just wanted to say this is a
1:49:59
value for value. Are you podcast we coined the phrase we have
1:50:02
kind of invented and refined the the entire format over the past
1:50:07
15 years, big 15 Coming up 26th of October. And the value for
1:50:13
value really is, in my opinion, the only way to go with media,
1:50:22
just because of all the problems that advertising brings along
1:50:25
with it. And you know, I've now identified that there is an
1:50:29
actual podcast industrial complex, which is quite small,
1:50:33
big in numbers. There's no billion dollars in advertising
1:50:36
running through podcasting. I'm sorry, I'm not seeing it as
1:50:39
people double counting with NPR and other things or you know, I
1:50:43
Heart Radio. And, you know, unbelievably, Bloomberg came out
1:50:49
with a story yesterday. Did you see this about podcasters?
1:50:54
I probably did. No. So
1:50:56
the the, the headline is kind of incorrect. But the headline
1:51:00
says, podcasters are buying millions of listeners through
1:51:03
mobile game as
1:51:04
well. Yeah, I did read this piece. You sent it to me.
1:51:06
Yes, that because I wanted to discuss it briefly. But it's not
1:51:09
podcasters. It's I Heart Radio. And so they've been buying 6
1:51:14
million downloads a month through a mobile game. Where you
1:51:22
know, in order to get some digital goodie, you have to
1:51:25
listen to at least 20 seconds of a podcast, which and here comes
1:51:29
the unbelievable part is the exact length that needs to be
1:51:32
played in order for the IAB, the Interactive Advertising Bureau
1:51:38
to consider that a full download listen to play by a human being.
1:51:44
Scam since 2018, they've been doing this. They spent over $100
1:51:51
put
1:51:51
up with any of this.
1:51:52
It's It's such horse crap there is none in the IAB
1:51:55
is falling right in line. I mean, excuse me, I'm, I'm
1:52:03
thinking of the era in this 80s When all these magazines had
1:52:10
their labs of computer magazines all had these labs, and they're
1:52:13
doing testing of this and that. And the first thing that people
1:52:16
started to do was game the testing. So there was some,
1:52:23
there was also a thing called the Chang modification where
1:52:26
somebody, some Chinese kid had put a circuit on a Pentium. And
1:52:32
if you ran it through any of these speed tests, how fast is
1:52:35
this computer? It would, it would pin the needle. You're
1:52:39
like Holy mackerel, nothing's this fast. How did this kid do
1:52:42
it? I think I remember this. Yeah, it was though I kind of
1:52:45
publicize it a bit more than I should have. Did you like see a
1:52:49
diode or something simple like that? Oh, he did something. Now
1:52:52
it was an outside circuit because you can't really snip a
1:52:54
diode on a Pentium No, but But then we started running into a
1:52:59
PC mag is doing well is that we started running into these
1:53:02
people. And I can name the name of the company. I think you're
1:53:04
still in business. But there's one company in particular, that
1:53:08
would sheet. This is, by the way, this is all pre a prelude
1:53:12
to what happened with Volkswagen diesels and all these diesels
1:53:16
were when the computer in the car said, I think we're being
1:53:19
tested bill. Oh, okay, let's turn down everything. So it
1:53:24
looks like we get good numbers. And then when the test is over,
1:53:27
we'll go back to normal. There was graphics cards that were
1:53:31
pulling the same stunt. So if it suspected a test, or it saw a
1:53:36
test coming its way, it would just jack up its own numbers.
1:53:40
And it was there get these huge numbers. We had one guy in the
1:53:44
lab, unfortunately, and is a pretty good friend of mine who
1:53:46
caught wind of this trick and made I state's case out of it.
1:53:51
He was just on a rampage to get these guys are not allowed to
1:53:55
advertise or anything in between, which wasn't going to
1:53:58
happen. I can tell you right now. But yeah, scams. And that's
1:54:03
what you're talking about. In fact, I know a number of
1:54:06
podcasting companies that did similar things
1:54:09
will also Yes, I do too. And I just wanted to point out that
1:54:13
there's an industry in Silicon Valley, not just for podcasts,
1:54:17
but for clicks for signups for inquiries, whatever you need. If
1:54:25
the price that an advertiser will pay is $27 CPM. So for
1:54:29
every 1000 impressions, clicks, whatever it is $27 they will
1:54:35
come to CEOs and usually around the end of the month, the end of
1:54:41
the quarter or before a funding event or board meeting and
1:54:45
they'll say listen, we got we got some here for a $25 CPM. So
1:54:49
you've got the arbitrage in the middle there $2 You look like a
1:54:53
genius and they spin it up and it's it's pretty much
1:54:56
undetectable for a long time. They change continuously. They
1:55:00
names like Monopoly. They're usually game companies, or
1:55:03
mobile games that people are just making money off of.
1:55:07
They're part of the scam. This is a giant, giant scam. This is
1:55:13
a
1:55:13
giant scam and advertisers that play along or the I don't know
1:55:17
what they're thinking they're fooling themselves.
1:55:20
But the IAB has responded to this and said, Yeah, no, those
1:55:24
are valid plays. It's 20 seconds.
1:55:30
Well, they've been they sold out then,
1:55:32
of course, they sold out. And they charge every every hosting
1:55:36
company who wants to be certified by them. $50,000 just
1:55:42
to get their phony baloney numbers.
1:55:47
20 seconds does not a podcast, make
1:55:49
it even 20 minutes barely, well, CIA podcast. We've been doing
1:55:55
our own little analysis on some numbers. And I do have I just
1:55:58
want to see what kind of apps are reused. Somewhere out there.
1:56:02
John. There is one guy or gal I'm not sure. Who I would like
1:56:09
to focus our spotlight on because there's still one person
1:56:13
out there who listens to the no agenda show on a Zune. You think
1:56:20
so? No, I know. So I saw I believe we tracked it. There's a
1:56:24
there's about eight people who use the Roku. But that one zoom.
1:56:28
The one lone zoom listener has
1:56:30
impressed how does he get it? Yes, it what does he do record
1:56:33
it off to? I don't know I've been putting it on the Zoom. Now
1:56:36
this and how would you know, the
1:56:37
Zooms go because the Zoom has, you know, every podcast, every
1:56:42
player every every download where it's coming from so this
1:56:47
is Zune user a great product one way one user one, it had better
1:56:51
fidelity than the Apple, which again, you know, Betamax versus
1:56:56
VHS thing. Doesn't matter. Who cares? I mean, people would get
1:57:01
the two ear buds and two years ago, the thing cranked up to max
1:57:04
and I listened to lousy music that's poorly recorded. What do
1:57:07
they care about the quality of the sound? But yeah, it's
1:57:10
interesting. I had I think I still have a Zune in the
1:57:13
collection somewhere.
1:57:15
Let me see we have Pocket Cast is real high for us podcast
1:57:19
addict. But then we get antenna pod cast box all kinds of cool
1:57:24
ones fountain overcast, but the Roku is in there people were on
1:57:32
Roku
1:57:33
Yeah, I we have to the guy couldn't corresponds with us
1:57:36
once while he maintains that Roku code that's dynamite
1:57:39
because I bitched about it once on the show saying he fixed it
1:57:44
the next day
1:57:45
when they assume it's there you got it and there you go. So
1:57:48
value for value seems to be a much more honest way we love
1:57:53
being at the mercy was
1:57:55
definitely the most honest way that's for sure. Yeah. Yeah, we
1:57:59
love being at your mercy it's much better that way much much
1:58:02
better. Yeah, you just bail out and we're done. Keeps me on my
1:58:05
toes tell you that. All right, let's thank our executive and
1:58:09
Associate Executive producers who have supported the show
1:58:13
kicking it off with Jean Harris and I'm looking to see Did you
1:58:17
find anything from from Jean i
1:58:20
Yes, I did hold stuff. Oh, but not this is so I have a number
1:58:26
of letters from Jean who sent in things now and again and dislike
1:58:31
it but you have them here. I have I got one from Iowa swine
1:58:35
day from August 16 contribution is another one whose donations
1:58:40
July 9 I get that I get nothing this recent.
1:58:43
I don't either. And so it's kind of out of character for him. But
1:58:46
here we go. Jean Harris from Winter Park Florida. Wait is
1:58:50
Winter Park in the in the path? Could he be
1:58:55
a matter of fact it is up I hope he's Winter Park. Oh wait Winter
1:59:00
Park. Oh, no winter parks. I know. I'm trying to visualize
1:59:03
the map in my face. I think it's south of Fort Lauderdale. That
1:59:08
would be on the other coast.
1:59:09
Oh, okay. That's closer to our thing. Okay. All right. Well, I
1:59:13
think we don't have a note from Eugene, but thank you for your
1:59:16
18081 donation. So one Oh, so clearly, it's boobs. squeezed by
1:59:26
sticks.
1:59:29
Big giant, floppy one.
1:59:31
I don't know what it
1:59:32
is it aside,
1:59:33
but we we do appreciate you ma'am. And
1:59:36
we'll we'll read your note when we get it. So of
1:59:39
course let's give him a double up for now. Well, we have him
1:59:42
here. You've got karma.
1:59:49
So we have Brent Young's up 666 from Los Angeles, California,
1:59:54
which obviously is the number you would provide us if you're
1:59:59
from Los Angeles. Absolutely a Hollywood producer. Brent young
2:00:03
he writes please accept this. Check it this is he's writes he
2:00:09
brights with huge letters and a lot of flourish very difficult
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to read. Please accept this check and that is woefully
2:00:22
inadequate. Or delinquent. Delinquent please be nice at the
2:00:29
douching Oh we got
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you've been de deuced
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then he's had somewhere word I can't read and he says my
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favorite jingle is chemtrails I soaked to play at the end my
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sear my serious are biting up acting up something up like
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crazy my sick sciatic nerve maybe my maybe sciatic or I
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don't know which he heads which heads me for defined there is
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Schiff or shit cirrhosis cirrhosis? Cirrhosis. Whoa,
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yeah, I think Cirrhosis is spelled with a C if I'm not
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mistaken. He's got a spell with an S there Szeged Ababa blah in
2:01:19
something thing air thin air thing air the air. Viva la no
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agenda. Brett the Hollywood night so he is a Hollywood night
2:01:29
are Brett okay he has he obviously. Yeah, because I got
2:01:32
asked him I'm looking
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at his IMDb which is quite extensive going back to 2006 He
2:01:39
has done a lot of shorts. He has done some documentaries he's
2:01:44
done several Spongebob Squarepants productions
2:01:50
I can see that from his writing
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donkey live let me see was there anything else this That's it.
2:01:57
That's director and let's just check because soon we will have
2:02:01
a producer credited in here. The last temple flight of the Dragon
2:02:05
documentary flying over a lot of documentaries
2:02:08
well maybe it's a different guy because there's about 40 Brent
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Young's in the IMDB
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Okay, fine, he's
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gonna have to send us his.
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I mean you can't just claim that you need some proof bro.
2:02:24
I think whatever he wants for 666 bucks you can be the queen
2:02:28
of England.
2:02:29
All right. You wanted to chemtrails
2:02:34
and a D Duchenne and we give him the detail we gave him the
2:02:36
dilution. Okay, chemtrails. I guess that's it.
2:02:42
HJ Smits in Utrecht, the Netherlands 334. Adam, I sent
2:02:48
you an email with show note 1490 That's not how you're supposed
2:02:54
to do donations. John, would you like to explain and
2:02:57
I will explain once again, for everyone. The word donation has
2:03:02
to be in the subject line and then we find them that way.
2:03:05
Otherwise, Adam gets to 300 pieces of email a day. I know I
2:03:09
get 400 Yeah, and we just if it doesn't say donation, we can
2:03:15
just do a search sort and boom, there's all the donations in one
2:03:18
spot. We can look at it but I
2:03:19
happen to have him here. i He has been found in the morning,
2:03:22
Adam love the show since 2009. Some suggestions and questions.
2:03:27
One, I donate $1 more so as not to evoke Corizon, the Middle
2:03:34
East demon so instead of 333334 What is this Corazon? The
2:03:42
Mideast demon? Do we have any idea what that is?
2:03:45
No, but I think he's negated by the dot 33. Yeah, exactly.
2:03:53
He says believe me you don't want him showing up. Well,
2:03:55
thanks for protecting us. To Adam, please be kind to the
2:03:58
Germans. But they've been guilt ridden by the war in Hollywood
2:04:03
hounds them till this day the truth about the war is protected
2:04:06
by law in many countries that that's injustice by itself. To
2:04:13
our we mean to Germans?
2:04:15
No, I don't think so. Well, I just might be right there to
2:04:18
write them about they're stealing the bikes from the
2:04:20
cars. Yeah.
2:04:21
That's about is as much about the Dutch as it does about the
2:04:24
Germans. Now, man, I we we love our German producers, all of
2:04:30
them of course, and that many have been around for a long
2:04:32
time. Sorry,
2:04:33
perfect. We did we do a report earlier.
2:04:35
I think it may be because of the German accent. Maybe they don't
2:04:39
like that. Yeah, but
2:04:40
your main accent is the Dutch accent which is the better one.
2:04:45
Adam, you return a polite message. John ignores emails.
2:04:51
That's not true.
2:04:52
What emails do you want to receive aside from shownotes?
2:04:57
John, I guess that's for you.
2:04:59
Well, I I'd say donation in the subject line would be good if it
2:05:02
has to do with a donation. If it's has to do with some boots
2:05:05
on the ground report that you want us to look at, I recommend
2:05:09
and Adam agrees that we you send them, you get one of us to start
2:05:14
taking them. Not both, because then we will I think Adam will
2:05:18
get this one I think General gets a never gets picked up. I
2:05:24
don't know, just bright more interesting headlines over this
2:05:28
subject lines to get my attention. I have no idea.
2:05:30
And I will say that a lot of people have gotten into the
2:05:35
habit of just Capo just forwarding Twitter to Adam. Oh,
2:05:38
it's a Twitter thing for that. Oh, just from the forums. And
2:05:42
from some people, I get 10 emails on a show day morning,
2:05:46
one after another, you just going through Twitter and
2:05:48
emailing me, please tag me on Twitter. That's the appropriate
2:05:51
place. There's no reason to email me a twitter link. There
2:05:58
really isn't. I look at Twitter in my inbox specifically. And
2:06:02
but so when you email that, it's too much. If you have emailed me
2:06:06
three times in a row, like just boom, boom, boom, you're doing
2:06:10
too much. Think about the hundreds of pieces that because
2:06:15
I read everything I have to process it. So don't wear down
2:06:19
your podcaster. For what happened to the PR associates, I
2:06:24
received that title, but others did stellar work in promoting
2:06:26
the show. And they I guess they have not. We have what happened
2:06:31
to PR associate is that a credit that has since gone by the
2:06:34
wayside?
2:06:35
Well, now that you mentioned it,
2:06:37
I don't remember. Yeah. What was the level for PR associate?
2:06:40
I don't think there was one. Well, that probably
2:06:44
you've been around a long time that probably morphed into him
2:06:46
in the mouth. I'm thinking anyway, so as if you have plans
2:06:50
to come over let us know the dollar is pricey in the no
2:06:53
agenda community is large and friendly. We can we can we can
2:06:57
party with our dollar over there, John. while stocks last.
2:07:01
Yeah, if you can get over and back. That's the problem.
2:07:04
Actually, Horowitz and I discussed the great
2:07:06
possibilities are going to the UK at this rate of the pound
2:07:11
sterling. And it's like, yeah, you get stuck over there or they
2:07:16
do a lockdown. And it's just go you don't want that. It's
2:07:20
horrible to even contemplate so even just
2:07:23
you haven't traveled in the last, I don't know. Two years,
2:07:26
two years. It's been horrific. I hate it. I took my first flying
2:07:31
lesson for the instrument rating on Tuesday. I'm gonna fly myself
2:07:37
I'm sick of this shit.
2:07:40
Yeah, okay,
2:07:41
well, what can I
2:07:43
just say that expensive exercise when it's not necessary or
2:07:47
shouldn't be necessary because our civil aviation system should
2:07:52
be able to do take us to London, you know, out of San Francisco
2:07:56
nonstop without a hitch with good service on board and not a
2:08:00
bunch of maniacs running around or anything in between. And we
2:08:04
shouldn't have to worry about coming and going but now we
2:08:07
because of these because of the companies themselves who fired
2:08:11
all their people because they wouldn't get vaccinated and all
2:08:13
the rest of it. We end up with this mess.
2:08:16
And it's not just the pilots. You know, Heathrow has limited
2:08:20
flights he said 100,000 passengers a day that's it go
2:08:23
away. St Paul's doing the same the aviation system is in
2:08:28
collapse it's can't
2:08:30
be a brought it on themselves and then they moaning about
2:08:33
lying about it. They're not they're not being truthful.
2:08:37
Yeah, that's true, too. Anyway,
2:08:39
Hendrick does end up by suggesting two world war two
2:08:43
documentaries. One is Hitler the greatest story never told. But
2:08:46
that's a doozy. And Europa the last battle so you can look for
2:08:50
those on odyssey.com.
2:08:56
Daniel, Danielle, first in caca now Wisconsin, ITM my sister
2:09:05
Nikki? Shrek hit me in the mouth on Mother's Day of 2021 and I've
2:09:09
been an avid listener ever since. I know my city is a doozy
2:09:14
in this shot to pronounce it. You were so close last show. To
2:09:20
get Kakuna to it. I would look at his Hawaii and if his wine I
2:09:24
think it'd be cow cow. Nah because they pronounce pretty
2:09:28
much every he's loyally she needs a dee dee doo
2:09:36
dee doo SBT
2:09:40
and that's it. Yeah. Okay. We move on to Adam. Center ground
2:09:49
center ground. Think center ground sounds about right,
2:09:51
Kensington, Kansas. Kansas don't have a brand 333 dot 33 in the
2:09:58
morning. I did pretty good on that. At my friend Jordan Detmer
2:10:01
hit me in the mouth around June of 2020, as we were starting to
2:10:04
realize how big a sham the COVID pandemic was, I recently turned
2:10:08
40 and thought I'd do some numerology donation to celebrate
2:10:11
but life kept getting in the way. Anyway, he rated right at
2:10:16
that way. Jordan along with nine now there's a traveling from
2:10:19
Kansas to take an Oktoberfest Fredericksburg Texas style. Well
2:10:25
that's great. That's this weekend. Hopefully we'll run
2:10:27
into the pod father that is very possible and we'll be driving on
2:10:31
Thursday so an ideal time to get my first of many donations in
2:10:35
for jingles like he says planes bad trains good it is in fact
2:10:39
trains good planes bad listen to that horn he wants a little
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foamer action and respects from rev owl followed by whom and
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we're doing going all the way our way followed by a Manning
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with some you're going to need a Bitcoin okay we got all those
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for you answer millennial air horn karma goodness I didn't get
2:11:02
that one air air horn you asking for a lot just a little bit was
2:11:10
it millennial millennial karma we had one all right, Jim me
2:11:19
just gonna you just gonna get some just gonna get some air
2:11:22
horn all the board trains planes bad
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oh my god DSP IICT all hell is gonna break loose and you're
2:11:43
gonna need a Bitcoin
2:11:48
to so i want to put this one in this is $356 from that two hot
2:11:54
Tusen meet up which came in express mail.
2:11:58
Yeah, they have a meet up report today.
2:12:01
Good with just a few people to thank on here Brian for 100
2:12:04
bucks and Dame Beth for 100. They all are other ones are
2:12:07
under. And they did not designate a selected executive
2:12:16
producer, which they've been doing recently pick one out of
2:12:20
your group and make him executive producer. So I would
2:12:23
say go into full enough name is Dame Beth. So I would put her on
2:12:29
the list at was go Dame Beth and Brian as the top donors and we
2:12:35
just make them the executive producers for this donation
2:12:38
named
2:12:38
Beth and Brian. That's it. That's yeah, suffice. Oops, let
2:12:43
me spell it. Right. Okay. Good. We got that. Well, thanks,
2:12:46
y'all. We love that when you do that in a meet up, that's really
2:12:50
appreciated. And then we have the indie meetup. Same thing.
2:12:53
This is the whole indie meetup 240 from Indianapolis, Indiana.
2:12:57
danio switcharoo donation of $240 from the September indie na
2:13:02
tribal meetup raffle. Plus,
2:13:04
he escaped, Evan, of Greenie Demma skini
2:13:10
Oh, I was doing Oh, I see. I'm sorry. I thought that was the
2:13:15
switcheroo. Mistake. I didn't know you were putting this one.
2:13:19
Okay,
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this was 356 That's right. Okay, so I don't have a note.
2:13:25
So but that was Brian and what it was for Dane Beth.
2:13:29
And Beth and Brian Beth and this and even Greenie as sociate
2:13:35
executive producer to 15 gets a double karma
2:13:41
you've got karma. Now we got the indie meetup from Indianapolis
2:13:47
240 Switcheroo donation from the September indie and a tribal
2:13:50
meetup raffle plus another 9933 from surf FOD father to title
2:13:56
333 Dots 33 for an executive producer ship for his wife,
2:13:59
Doreen Tattnall I don't understand how this math works.
2:14:03
But I guess somewhere down below he has the the 9933 which I
2:14:10
don't see. So what do we do here?
2:14:14
Well, so this was designated as Associate Executive Producer and
2:14:19
not
2:14:20
it's very confusing.
2:14:22
So this Yeah, it would be Doreen Tattnall she just gets it.
2:14:26
Yeah, she says a Doreen ops for no comments in favor of a double
2:14:30
up karma. Okay, well give her that one then you've got
2:14:36
but then we do have then of course, yeah. And of course the
2:14:38
rest of the group has a bunch of
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bunch of jingles a bunch of jingles now what you have done
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6969 I think that sounds pretty good.
2:14:51
Little story to tell.
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We did it all for them. Yes.
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Okay. Okay. Now we're onto Joseph Finley in Louisville,
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Ohio 23456 Please make it known to join Dame tune says the data
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queen and myself sir Walkman for the hui Hui Hui hui in Traverse
2:15:17
City. So they have another meet up in Michigan. They just
2:15:21
reminding us to go there if you're Michigan Ian
2:15:26
James Carlson to 25 Associate Executive producer from Denver.
2:15:30
I have nothing Do you have a note from James Carlson see what
2:15:35
I got? Feels like we're missing some notes.
2:15:40
Yeah, a lot of notes that came in now I got nothing.
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Okay, another double of karma send us notice you got one James
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you've got
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karma to Jeremy chum fatti aka Phillip Smith. in Oakville,
2:15:58
Ontario, Canada. tu tu tu tu as a raw ducks. Yep. ITM John and
2:16:04
Amory believes My birthday is on a show day. I must donate. Stay
2:16:07
safe. Sir Jeremy, chum fatty. AKA Philip Smith. Oakville
2:16:12
Scandinavia now. Right? And that's our last guy is another
2:16:16
short fairly short list of executive and Associate
2:16:20
Executive producers for show 1490 Thank you
2:16:23
all for supporting us execs associate execs alike. We love
2:16:28
to thank our producers, it's part of the part of the loop
2:16:31
part of how it works. Part of how we built this podcast
2:16:34
together and the value for value universe. It is the new
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international lifestyle. More about it. here.org/and a thank
2:16:44
you again, to all our executive associates for producing 1490
2:16:48
Our formula
2:16:49
is this. We go out we get people in the mouth
2:17:07
is your kids making those comments? I thought of a some
2:17:11
lyrics for one of our songwriters. Producers. Yeah.
2:17:15
Using the tune of we built the city rock and roll. We built
2:17:20
this podcast on V for V. We built this podcast.
2:17:26
We build this podcast on how you for value build this podcast.
2:17:31
Yeah, cuz I'm like Yeah, yeah, maybe we could do something from
2:17:34
this millennium. Since that is from 1985. No one knows that
2:17:43
song anymore.
2:17:44
It's got a good sound. No, it Grayslake has barely. She still
2:17:49
lives.
2:17:51
I used to hang out. A woman.
2:17:53
She's always bitching about stuff. You know.
2:17:55
She's very nice.
2:17:58
Now these kids, kids,
2:18:00
her daughter China was a VJ when I was on MTV. She wouldn't know
2:18:04
kind of off on not always in China was really sweet. But
2:18:09
Grace would come in all the time. And she was funny. I liked
2:18:12
her a lot. She was no nonsense. She would say exactly what she
2:18:15
thought she was cool. She was cool.
2:18:19
She is cool. Yeah, so cashing checks.
2:18:23
I wonder how big they are? I don't know about that. Now.
2:18:28
Okay, this
2:18:29
was just as interesting aside, not Roger McQuinn and I are
2:18:33
pretty good friends. Yes,
2:18:34
I correspond with Roger. And he.
2:18:40
I don't know how much money he makes because he's a writer, so
2:18:43
he gets ASCAP royalties. But the only thing he won't tell me. Why
2:18:48
would he? No, no, I think it'd be kind of, you know, your
2:18:52
beeswax? Well, it is none of my business. But it would be nice
2:18:56
to know. I can't imagine is it a lot? Is it a ton? It seems like
2:19:00
a lot of my I think some of these guys get a good check
2:19:02
every single day.
2:19:03
I mean, at this point, there's not really sales. So it's going
2:19:06
to be your airplay, airplay and streaming, I would think at this
2:19:12
point.
2:19:14
See, that's the problem. You're just guessing I would like to
2:19:17
know, a gray slick would be the one I'd love to know if she
2:19:22
still gets ASCAP check. We need somebody that works in offices,
2:19:26
writing checks.
2:19:28
That's the problem is that the money never really goes to the
2:19:32
artists that goes in this big black hole called ASCAP or maybe
2:19:35
BMI. And then they don't even know they always have to sue
2:19:39
everybody all the time. It's a shizer business to bad business.
2:19:44
Alright, Primetime purge was cancelled. That was supposed to
2:19:48
be last night I believe they're going to yet another very
2:19:52
revealing fan tastic Prime Time court drama where we would see
2:19:58
exactly how Trump should be arrested and thrown in the brig,
2:20:01
I think they canceled because of the hurricane, they want to,
2:20:05
like, we're not going to get attention.
2:20:08
So that's probably why they, you're probably right. But that
2:20:11
doesn't matter because the M five and B below the fold, the,
2:20:16
the M, five M has already told us where we're at. This is a
2:20:21
super cut. And it's, you would listen to this. And luckily,
2:20:26
people just are kind of not watching cable news anymore.
2:20:28
This is mainly cable news, but not all of it. And this is just
2:20:32
irresponsible.
2:20:33
This means war. That is where we are. We are at war with these
2:20:39
people. These folks are evil, there is an ultra right Magga
2:20:45
contingent in this country that wants to overthrow the US
2:20:48
government, it is
2:20:49
a danger to our democracy, it is a danger to our way of life. The
2:20:54
Mega movement
2:20:55
is a threat extremists that we're dealing with every single
2:20:58
day, we've got to kill in
2:20:59
front that movement.
2:21:01
This is a literally call to arms.
2:21:06
Obviously Republicans I think are the biggest threat to
2:21:08
democracy. We don't separate right wing extremists and
2:21:11
Republican Party anymore.
2:21:12
I see this as a party, a mega party that no longer is
2:21:16
confident that they can win elections with votes. And so now
2:21:19
they're seeking to enact their political will through violence.
2:21:23
This is literally what conservative white folks do when
2:21:26
they don't get their way they turned violent. Today's
2:21:28
GOP is no longer a political movement is a fascist movement.
2:21:32
And
2:21:32
this is why it could be more dangerous than 1860 or the
2:21:35
1930s.
2:21:37
This is a literally call to arms.
2:21:42
Maybe now it is all about the violence, it all is about an
2:21:46
insurrection at all is in his mind about a civil war,
2:21:50
it feels like we are not just at the brink of a civil war, but
2:21:53
that one has already begun.
2:21:55
The fact that the base is getting smaller, it makes it
2:21:58
more dangerous and a lot of ways. People are willing to do
2:22:02
things like take up arms and and press the questions that lead to
2:22:04
press the questions and tactics that lead to civil war.
2:22:06
This is someone who held that office who is basically saying
2:22:10
to Americans, there should be civil war, look
2:22:12
at what he's doing last night, as you know that, you know, more
2:22:17
or less the loops that are either Q anon or almost looked
2:22:21
like Nazi as
2:22:23
a rally in Ohio the other night. Trump is there ranting and
2:22:27
raving for more than an hour. And you have these rows of young
2:22:32
men with their arms raised
2:22:34
these crazed arranged folks who want to employ evil in every
2:22:39
facet of our society.
2:22:41
I mean, what are they doing? Are they just providing cover for
2:22:48
what's going to happen? Are they trying to rile people up? Or
2:22:51
they're just talking crap? Because really, this has gone a
2:22:54
bit far I think
2:22:56
I would say now what was it Where did where the supercut
2:23:00
come from this from all over the place? Yeah. Yeah.
2:23:06
That's a good one. Yeah. But it's it has me a little worried.
2:23:10
I don't like this. Because you know, they're just trying to
2:23:15
troublemakers. They are
2:23:16
big troublemakers. Now, this I think was what was supposed to
2:23:19
have been revealed the big surprising evidence and maybe
2:23:24
this fell through or maybe, you know, I think everyone was ready
2:23:27
to pounce on it. And that's probably why CBS brought it up.
2:23:31
Tonight. We're
2:23:31
learning new details about this man. 26 year old Anton lunak of
2:23:35
Brooklyn seen here on January 6. Turns out he was the man who
2:23:39
allegedly received your call via the White House switchboard on
2:23:42
the day of the attack. The news of such a call was revealed
2:23:45
Sunday night on 60 minutes by former January 6 committee
2:23:48
investigator Denver wrinkle happening. That's a big pretty
2:23:51
big
2:23:51
aha moment.
2:23:54
Someone in the White House was calling one of the rioters while
2:23:57
the riot was going on on January 6. Absolutely. And you know who
2:24:01
both ends of that call. I
2:24:02
only know one into that call. I don't know the White House said
2:24:05
which I believe is more important.
2:24:07
CBS News has learned that lunak traveled to DC tonight before
2:24:10
the Capitol attack with two friends. The call allegedly
2:24:13
lasted just nine seconds and was made to LUNEX phone at about
2:24:17
4:30pm but known whether there was an exchange or if the call
2:24:20
was sent straight to voicemail. A CBS News Review of LUNEX case
2:24:24
finds he left the Capitol more than an hour earlier at 3:18pm.
2:24:29
After about 10 minutes inside Illinois Democrat Raja
2:24:33
krishnamoorthi is one of Reagan's former US House
2:24:35
colleagues.
2:24:36
I think that it's fair to say we all knew that the White House
2:24:40