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1503: Strung Out

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What's show has koozies Adam curry Jhansi Devora Sunday
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November 13 2022 This is your award winning combination media
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assassination episode 15 103.
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This is no agenda, acting as your innovation
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hopper and broadcasting live from the heart of the Texas hill
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country here in FEMA Region number six in the morning,
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everybody. I'm Adam curry
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and from Northern Silicon Valley, where we're all
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wondering, how does Travis Kelce get so wide open? And Jesse to
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kill?
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What sport is that? Sorry, what sport? What? How does Kelsey
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Ryan gets her wide open?
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Travis Kelce Travis
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Kelce Travis
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Kelce war Ryan Ryan? Yeah. Which, which I'm watching a
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football games. Before the show.
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Paul got it. I just need to know what we were talking about
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football the
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Kansas City Chiefs guide and Chris Kravis. Now I'm calling
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Kravis Kelsey xes out in the middle of the field by himself
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to throw him the ball. The question is he's the top one of
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the top guys in the league. You think they'd be two people on
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him and he's standing here by himself? What is this?
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I really can't help you.
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And I guess the Jacksonville Jaguars can either
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it's okay because in in just a little bit. I'll be I'll be
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giving you the update on the World Cup soccer from Qatar.
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Yes. I can't wait. Oh, I
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know one thing for sure. But that soccer. Yeah, it's hot.
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It's very hot. Hey, I have a question. Are you moonlighting
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on the side are you do you have like a side hustle that you
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haven't told me about? But I do. I mean, typically the crude
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divorce consulting group works together as the name implies
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curry divorce. I have a feeling that you consulted for a for
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vaccination campaign and gave somebody good idea without
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involving me. I just want to make sure I mean, if you want to
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break up the band,
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well, I would never do that. And if I got paid, you get
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half of it. Well, then let's let's listen to your excellent
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work.
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Have you gotten your flu stir yet? Let me explain. You need to
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get your flu shot. And you also need to get a COVID booster.
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Good news, safe and convenient to get your flu shot and booster
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at the same time. Two shots, one visit this time of the year it's
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especially important to get both just to get your flu booster.
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It's a very good idea and a really fun word to word your
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healthcare provider go backs and be COVID Ready.
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I like your pay offline go Vax and be COVID Ready? I like that.
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I like that this is very good just wouldn't be me but I can't
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take credit you can't take clone my talent.
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It's out and it's a fun word to say. I mean, we would we really
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could have come up with that Klooster flu stir spelled with
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double O just so you know, flu stir. Also
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to emphasize to Amster as opposed to Wooster
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you can get your flu stir on the flu ship tonight
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COVID is raising its ugly head again ahead of a possible WINTER
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wave. The crew ship Majestic Princess is docked in Sydney,
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Australia with 800 people stranded on board after testing
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positive for COVID.
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She neglects to point out our nor that everybody on board was
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vaccinated and flu STED that's so relentless. These people are
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just relentless. They do not have the
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cruise ship thing to which is another clip as I think is from
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NPR. And they've they've failed to mention this simple fact you
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have to be vaccinated to get on these ships.
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In Australia, a Carnival cruise ship docked in Sydney and it has
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some 800 passengers on board who have tested positive for the
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Coronavirus. Health officials say they're isolating on the
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ship and getting medical treatment and the rate of the
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outbreaks. Officials rated the outbreaks risk level at tier
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three indicating a high level of transmission. This is official
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sought to reassure the public that COVID precautions are in
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place. There were around 4600 people on board the Majestic
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Princess which means about one and five tested positive. The
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outbreak comes as COVID-19 cases are rising across Australia.
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I love this. It's like they took all the precautions their Vax
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their flu stud and it didn't work but that's okay. It's just
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really good. We're taking precautions. This is this is
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like futuristic news man. It is like future. Well since we're
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here I got I only have three COVID clips. So let's just bang
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them out bang them out. Because you know, obviously this is the
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this is the level of creativity that we can deliver when it
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comes to fluster. But does that work for the M five M knew they
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still have to keep it at their dumb ass triple Demick
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this morning on your health many medical professionals are
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warning of a so called triple Demmick with the flu RX
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the whole line. This can't be a new clip. Yeah. This triple
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damage thing came and went two weeks ago these guys are harping
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on it excuse me, who's doing this? Who's the editor,
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so called triple damage, okay. It's not the traits now it's the
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so called triple Demick. Just pointing it out
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this morning on your house, many medical professionals are
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warning of a so called triple Demmick with the flu, RSV and
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COVID Hitting all at once in at least six states and here in
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Washington, DC pediatric hospital beds are 90% full and
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it's not
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what is apparent to deal with.
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That's so basically they're losing money because they need
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to have it at 9697. So
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yeah, this is funny that they would do the report with this
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kind of subtle lie. It's a subtle lie. It's a lie.
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She's well, you're the ecos Hey, fans
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are supposed to be full like that
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supposed to be 9899. Really? Ideally.
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Yeah, that's how they make money in a hospital.
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But this is the whole point. This is the point of the entire
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segment. Okay, it goes like this. Listen, our hospital beds
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are only 90% full. We need to jack that up. What can we do? I
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know. Let's make it sound really scary. So more people go quick
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before it's completely full.
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Oh, good. Good idea. Not much better across the rest of the
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country. So
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what is apparent to do with the holidays? Right around the
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corner? Well, we have NBC News Medical contributor Dr. Natalie
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Azar here to answer some of our questions. What
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is the holidays after? So the hospitals are 90% full? Well,
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what are you going to do around the holidays?
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Dr. Azar Good morning. First of all, the big question a lot of
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parents are asking how concerned should they be about this right
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now?
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Yeah, Joe, you know, I think the approach should really be
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awareness, but not panic. The vast majority of kids who get
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infected with RSV do just fine. The 2 million kids who get
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infected every year, about 3% of those will end up needing to be
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hospitalized. And I think the scary thing for any parent,
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myself included is that we always talk about infants under
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six months, those with chronic conditions are at greatest risk.
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But any healthy child technically could get sick
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enough at any point to warrant hospitalization. You know, the
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thing about the hospital strain, it is a very real thing. I was
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speaking to a NICU nurse last week, and she said
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the hospital string.
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I heard that too. I was gonna stop it. Maybe she the hospital?
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Yeah, this is the one that you go to the hospital. And you
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catch this?
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No, I think she means the strain on the system. I think
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that's all the hospital, which which is well done, well done
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hospital strain, the strain on the hospital. The hospital
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strain is not the same way you would interpret the wordage as
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the strain on the hospital. But okay.
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The thing about the hospital strain, it is a very real thing.
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I was speaking to a NICU nurse last week and one of our local
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hospitals the normal bed to patient ratio is one to one. And
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right now there are three sick kids for every one ICU bed
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available. So just you know, again, not panic, but I want
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parents to be aware and I want them to stay vigilant.
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Wait a minute. They're right now they're three six kids sick kids
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for every one hospital bed available yet they're only over
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capacity, but they're at 90% makes no sense. is born is
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blushing month. Let's see what she says next year. Okay, this
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is the difference between flu How can you tell the difference
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between flu, RSV and COVID? This is a very loaded question. Are
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they all the same thing?
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Dr. Azar? How do you tell the difference if you're a parent
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between the flu and COVID and RSV?
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Well, that's the thing. Kristin. That's so you know, challenging
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is that the symptoms are pretty much indistinguishable. We talk
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about the signs and symptoms that are associated with viral
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syndromes. All the time we're talking about
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the symptoms are almost indistinguishable, the killer
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virus that we had a death count on the screen for years. Really?
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No, that's interesting.
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The thing Kristin, that's so you know, challenging is that the
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symptoms are pretty much indistinguishable. We talk about
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the signs and symptoms that are associated with viral syndromes
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all the time, we're talking about fever, chills, headache, a
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cough, muscle aches, and fatigue. So how do you know if
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you need to call the pediatrician or just take care
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of your child at home? Well, some signs and symptoms that we
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certainly are looking for, especially in kids who are
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nonverbal, that is they can't communicate to you is
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irritability, are they feeding poorly, and in any child any
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sort of bluish discoloration of the lips around the mouth, or
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the nails, warrants concern and also something that we refer to
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as using accessory muscles to breathe that as you can see sort
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of these retractions in the neck or the chest. That means they're
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working harder to breathe, and of course wheezing and a cough
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that lasts 24 hours just around the clock, Kristen, call your
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pediatrician.
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And we're no doctors, but no agenda recommends you check your
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child's temperature and then check your child's pronouns.
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This way you will know
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the pronouns first Come on, check the pronouns, people.
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Question. Yes. You have to go back and review the old clips
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that we did, especially with the early pre COVID real problems.
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Yes. But if I'm not mistaken, I recall them going on and on
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about how it was so distinctive, because there was no there was
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COVID cough but there was no sneezing. They made a big stink
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about this in the early days about the differences between
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you can tell it's COVID not the flu. You could get COVID cough,
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which was that funny cough? Yeah, it was weird sounding. But
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you know, sneezing remember that no sneezing thing now you don't
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worry about sneezing. There's no sneezing.
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Neither will I remember. Yeah, no, I I'm sure. But I was just
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looking. I couldn't find anything. It's probably labeled
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something else John.
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Know about the clips.
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Alright. So as we wrap this up, of course, we were promised in
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the tease, put apart the holidays.
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Dr. Azar Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away. So should
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families think twice about getting together for these big
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gatherings? And if they decide to move forward with those
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plans? What are the precautions you can take?
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Yeah, you know, Joe, it's hard. This is our what our third COVID
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holiday, it's, you know, you almost can lose track. What I
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think the best and safest approach for everyone is to plan
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your holidays around the most vulnerable person in your
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household. Keeping that in mind other things that you can do to
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stay safe. Of course, you want to test for COVID Before a
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gathering, make sure everyone who was eligible in your
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household is up to date on their flu shots and their and their
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COVID boosters. Why
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didn't they recommend if you? So the question previously was how
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can you tell if it's COVID? If it's RSV, or if it's flu, it's
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like how it's hard to indistinguishable? White? I
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mean, you could at least rule out one with your so called
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COVID test, could you not?
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But you're allowed to?
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Because there's a flu test as well.
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No, no, I'm sure with the COVID test, you rule out COVID I'm
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sorry, yeah, you only realize one but then you should have RSV
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or, where's this flu test? By the way, I've never seen one
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gathering, make sure everyone who is eligible in your
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household is up to date on their flu shots. And their COVID
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boosters. And if you can, still works, hold your event outside.
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If you're inside, make sure it's well ventilated. Oh, that we've
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been the last couple years but still hold true for this holiday
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season. Joe and Kristen. Merry Christmas. Grinch
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throw snowballs at her. People insane. And by the way, what is
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the phrase? You better think twice?
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That's from Santa Claus is coming to town.
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So what do you think? And once you think once and then you say
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you, you're done. You're done. You got your thought out of the
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way you think well, maybe you'll see grandma. No, no, no. Start
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over think. Again. Think twice.
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You didn't think right. Think twice? Oh, yeah, we have to look
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that up. There's entomology I'm sure because it's in songs. It's
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in all kinds of stuff. You better think twice. I lied. I do
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have one final clip. And this is this is a good one. This one
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somewhat viral? Is Dr. Mikey Aiden. You remember him? He used
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to work at Pfizer. And he came out pretty early on maybe after
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six months or so and said, Hey, this is this is not okay, what's
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going on here and he was talking specifically about the vaccines.
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It's and he has a new rap. Now again, this was a very mellow
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guy when we when we first hear from him. Let me see. Yeah, I
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mean, he was he wasn't See he came out against what was this
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date? Hold on a second. That was so that's June of 21. And he
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also was talking about the bull crap very ends and all this
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stuff. So we kind of liked him. Well, here he is now.
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It said the clip literally one BS one. The clip literally says
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bullcrap variants. I'm thinking as yours is one of mine. Yeah.
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So here he is. Taking it to its logical conclusion.
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The clinical trials were fraudulent. There are court
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cases ongoing right now. The manufacturing was fraudulent.
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They didn't do the production r&d required it would take at
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least two years to do that. That means the regulatory
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authorizations were fraudulent. So FDA and CDC, the EU the
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European Medicines They see the MHRA, in Britain, they've all
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behaved fraudulently pretty much by closing their eyes and just
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rubber stamping it. So they've not been tested. They're not
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safe, they don't work, they could never have worked in the
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elderly. And yet they are toxic. And then I talked at length and
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I won't bore you with it again, not the very design of them
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could not have been more dangerous. They picked the only
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part of this purported pathogen, the spike protein to express in
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your bodies, your bodies have turned into a spike protein
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factory and Spike proteins are definitely acutely toxic in
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loads of different ways. autoimmunity, blood clots,
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neurological problems, impacts on fertility, and so on. So I've
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told you that they've created the impression of a scare,
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they've smashed the economy and civil society using useless
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measures. They've got you to wait for a rust, several vaccine
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that was not shown to be effective or safe. That never
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could have worked. Even if the original setup about a virus.
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Viral threat was correct. And yet they've jabbed it. 4
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billion, 6 billion poor souls, something like one and 1000
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people have died. We don't know how many more will die. But
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we're into double figures of millions who have definitely
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been killed as a consequence of this policy. And that tells you
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the people who are doing this are ruthless I'd say diabolical
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that we'd be on given eat good and good and wrong and rights.
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Okay. We're in the we're in the good versus evil. I'm not. I've
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not been a religious person. But I absolutely clear my mind. The
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only people that kind of planning and thinking it takes
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to have done what has happened are people who who would who
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would worship Satan. They're not normal people. I couldn't do one
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part of this and continue to be alive. Our tribes on it. I love
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that.
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Well, this guy's really to the point. These can
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only be people who work with Satan. Nice. There you go. He
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should talk to Nomi Wolf. That was her conclusion as well. As
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cuts to it, though. And then the final thing, which is a chart we
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like to order report we'd like to look at annually here on the
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no agenda show. And we've always been able to guess the clear
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winner because it's always kind of been the same. This is the
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annual study. Let me see what they the official title is
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Europe's mental health. Which country uses the most
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antidepressants in Europe? Now, do you remember which country
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usually wins this contest? Well, traditionally has been Denmark.
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Yes, yes. And the reason why we believe is because it goes hand
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in hand with being the most liberal, free, loving, socialist
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country. Happiest. That's what it is. happiest country in the
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world. They also turned out to be the most drug was kind of
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cool.
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Hey, I'd be happy to what's yours kind of cool.
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So with the lock downs, and we have some knowledge, for
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instance, some countries didn't lock down at all others locked
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down quite severely. They may all have different
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pharmaceutical networks running or different local laws, but is
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the European Union. So eventually This all needs to
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harmonize. But let's find out which countries are missing. We
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could do the top one to see 1-234-567-8910 11. Man, we just
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have to do all 15 Because all of them are interesting for
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different reasons. So we'll go from lowest number two to most
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to highest consumption of antidepressant drugs and taking
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into account that lock downs of course, affected people. So at
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the bottom, we have Estonia. Now is Estonia. What does this
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define daily dose? Yeah, Estonia. Now they went from a
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six. We see what this defined daily dose. Okay, from six, it
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must be 1000. Must be 1000. From what it says six? I think it's
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6000. So we'll just say so
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they're the lowest insofar as consumption? Well, yes,
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but they are in 2020. They were at six in in. In 20. Oh, here we
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go. 2020 to 3070. You go. Slovakia is next. Then that way
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they went from six to 37? Yes. Oh, yeah. This is amazing. We
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don't care about the exact what this what these numbers
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represent. But, but the different relative terms we can
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understand that. Oh, by the way, this is the OECD delivers this.
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And it's antidepressants, consumption daily defined dose
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per 1000 people per day. There you go. So we'll do it in one.
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Yeah, so one per 1000. So we have the number. Slovakia was
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nine is now 48. Chechnya was 10 is now 66. Hungary was 14 Now 30
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Greece wasn't 19 Now 66, Germany was 21. Now a whopping 62. But
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don't they're not even in the top 10. Spain is next from 28 to
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87, the Netherlands very impressive the Netherlands at
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number 11 with 31 to 47. Very slight increase. But of course,
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I'm still kind of fascinated by how Hungary didn't do you know,
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Hungary went up, but they're still low comparatively.
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Well, they were they were probably the truly freest of all
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during COVID. In the EU, wouldn't you say? Yeah, I
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would think so. Would you think that they were condemned for it
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by the way? Yeah, not say.
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Do you think that I would say that they were free as in
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Sweden. Sweden got the rap, but it was Hungary who was really
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like refusing everything.
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Yeah, they weren't good. They weren't playing alone.
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So Greece went from night away the Netherlands. There it is.
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3147. So they're kind of they're like, The Netherlands did okay.
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But of course, they have all the all their own drugs. He wants
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them. Maybe they'll maybe MDMA helps. Just the thought people,
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then Portugal, Portugal Coming at number 10. Don't
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take MDMA. Anybody showing continue to please.
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Thank you for both. Thank you for correcting me. went from 32
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to 131.
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Now what country again? What's
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your goal?
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Now Holy moly.
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Now they locked down hard if I had, if I recall, I don't
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remember them locking down hard. I don't remember anything about
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any discussion of Portugal. But something happened.
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Then the upset at number nine. Number nine. Denmark drops out
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of the top spot. In fact, they're behind Finland, and
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Luxembourg. And the UK. UK comes in at 234. Number six went from
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38 to 108. Belgium now we see now we see all those although
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the US all those nut jobs in the kingdom? Yes. They're at number
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five, France at number four. And now check out some numbers here.
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Oh, okay. So the UK 38 to 108. Belgium 39 to 84. Then France 40
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to 55. So
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there's too bad. England? Yes. The increases?
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Yes. Now Norway is number three. They only go from 41 to 59. But
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still. And then I think this is the upset number two. vying for
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a top spot next year from 45 to 105. Is Sweden. Now I think
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they're all drugged up in Sweden, not because of COVID
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because of the immigrant crisis. I think people are so
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so that's an interesting interpretation.
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So out of it. Yeah,
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that would explain a lot of the reaction. So yeah, yes. My
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daughter got raped. Yeah, yes. All right. Great. Yeah. So what
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we have to welcome these people.
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Wait, there's another bomb explosion? Was that two today or
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three? I can't remember. Hey, man, I'm not anxious about
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anything. Oh, goodness. And the number one the top spots
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surprise coming out of nowhere. From 71 to 153. A whopping 153
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bubbling in double increase is Iceland. Wow. And I'm thinking
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maybe it's because Iceland finally got a CVS or something.
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But I don't know what happened in Iceland. Why did everybody go
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on nuts in Iceland? Something happened there.
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Well, now we have to find that we must have a couple Icelanders
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that listen to the show. These you know.
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Hi, I'm from Iceland. Hi. Happy
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one What the what? Well, that that numbers are shocking is so
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is the one in England. Like right up there.
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Well, England. I mean, these people are desperate. They have
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you been following the renting crisis? They're now Oh, well. So
24:29
England, traditionally, they had like the property ladder. And
24:34
you know, it was families and so you know, someone at the front
24:37
of the of the line, they'd buy a new house and then everyone
24:40
moves up one house. This was a very traditional thing. Yeah,
24:43
this can be done. Yeah, it was working up until the time that
24:47
even I was living there. And that system really completely
24:51
broke because people are really homeowners. And you know, so
24:56
there's a lot of people in the interest rates you know, they
25:00
would lock it in for 1% mortgage interest rate, they could deduct
25:03
the mortgage of a second property for the interest rate,
25:06
but the interest for the mortgage of a second property if
25:10
they use it for rental that went away just before COVID
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Coincidentally, and of course, interest rates have now doubled
25:16
or tripled. And so now now it's either raise the rents
25:20
everywhere, or sell and I mean, the whole thing is a mess, and
25:25
the rents are going up substantially. So no wonder it's
25:30
like, what do you do pop a pill? I'm good now. That's that's that
25:34
is how you solve problems. In today's world. You and I not so
25:38
much like that?
25:41
Yeah, I don't like the idea. It doesn't be a nervous wreck.
25:44
But you know, we've heard all all the young people everyone
25:48
that what does that mean? Young adults 30 to 30 year olds, what
25:51
is their number one? Complaint? Anxiety.
25:56
I have the anxiety report from NPR. That's the current up to
25:59
date one from yesterday.
26:00
Some of us have good coping mechanisms in place for stress,
26:04
exercise time with family time away from family. But the stress
26:07
and anxiety that accumulates over a few days or weeks can be
26:11
utterly debilitating for some 7 million Americans suffer from
26:15
Generalized Anxiety Disorder. That's according to the anxiety
26:18
and depression Association of America, but less than half seek
26:22
treatment. Dr. Elizabeth Holmes is director of Georgetown
26:26
University anxiety disorders research program. Here's how she
26:29
describes the condition,
26:31
a disorder characterized by frequent and intense worry. That
26:36
makes it hard for people to concentrate hurts their sleep
26:39
makes them irritable. And those symptoms are so bad that it
26:43
interferes with their ability to get things done.
26:46
Many suffering from anxiety are prescribed antidepressant
26:48
medications like Lexapro, Dr. hoagie did this study to try and
26:53
find out if patients could get the same relief through
26:56
meditation. She and her team compared patients taking Lexapro
27:00
to those who underwent an eight week meditation program. It was
27:03
called Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.
27:06
Wow, they're really highlighting Lexapro. Now, hold
27:09
on. Somebody didn't pay the bill. Because this thing
27:15
continues. I didn't get all these clips, because they went
27:17
on for 10 minutes, showing that meditation works better than
27:21
Lexa. Brill Pro, or whatever. Really? Yeah. They went on and
27:27
on and on. And they discussed it with all kinds of different
27:30
people. Yeah, so much better. And you have to take the drugs.
27:33
They slammed the drug bow. Well done. I know you wouldn't have
27:37
expected it seems to me that from our perspective, yours and
27:42
mine, personally surprised it was somebody who didn't pony up.
27:46
Very,
27:47
you know, the, the millennial or one of the millennials is
27:50
visiting. Wait, if she's 25. Is that Zoomer or millennial?
27:54
No, no, she's the owner. She's that. Yeah, she's Zoomer. I
27:59
think she says, I believe Yeah, I can look it up. But I think
28:02
so. So, we were talking about drugs. And, and I said that man,
28:08
Kamala, she's she's begged, she went, Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no
28:13
new. So what do you mean? No, no, no, no, no, no. benzos? He
28:20
said, Ativan, she says, is the CBD of benzos. And she and her
28:26
friends in New York are pretty convinced that that's what the
28:29
Vice President is taking. I don't know the effect of them.
28:33
But they say oh, no, that's a total Ativan. Hi.
28:41
Just something to put in your cap.
28:43
I'll I mean, I consider it you know, valuable information boots
28:47
on the ground report. I consider it a distinct possibility. I
28:51
mean, to being stoned, is funnier? Because I agree. I
28:56
agree much fun, because she's like, silho put so many people
28:59
in jail for marijuana use. But she could be strung out on
29:02
anything. Yeah. Yeah. But if but if
29:09
Do you think anyone still uses the term strung out, man?
29:13
I think so. Yeah. I don't want to get the term still valid. I
29:17
mean, it's not I don't think you can throw this Boomer at me with
29:20
that one.
29:20
I did not. I would not. That would be very mean.
29:23
You did the other day.
29:25
He probably deserved it.
29:27
Well, maybe that's beside the point. Don't Don't lie. Hey, I
29:31
see. Go ahead. I think string is a good word. I think it's a word
29:36
phrase. It's, it has it has visual implication. I mean,
29:41
you're, you're hanging on to a rope. I mean, there's a lot of
29:44
reasons that's a good term. So I'm gonna stick with I'm with
29:49
this drawing out on anything, it seems to me. Yeah. But if that
29:53
specific product makes you giggle, like that was a Pakal.
29:58
Then let's try so now I agree. I'm not gonna try any but I
30:01
would say that would definitely be the possibility. I say
30:06
that again. She could be strung out on anything. Let me try it.
30:08
Let me try.
30:11
She can be strung out on anything.
30:12
Can you dig it?
30:17
Very funny.
30:19
I gotta give it to the troll room on that one.
30:22
Oh, the troll room there dude given you got it. You have
30:26
writers, writers, I have no writer.
30:29
And you do so well without writers. I mean, all things
30:32
considered your performance. If you had some writers,
30:35
you know who knows I'd be out of control I'd be doing stand up
30:38
tomorrow.
30:39
Speaking of Wow. Dave Chappelle is monologue. Last night on
30:45
Saturday Night Live. That man is hands down, I think the best
30:50
stand up comedian that I've ever seen in my life, including ones
30:55
that I've only seen on video because they're dead. He did
31:00
such an outstanding 15 minute piece on Jews in Hollywood.
31:07
It was God it was I didn't see it. So I have to go back now.
31:10
Oh, my God. I mean, I was thinking about well, you know,
31:14
I'll every every single bit of it is good. I'll just play the
31:17
beginning. So you get the flavor for how to
31:19
play the whole thing. Let's
31:20
go it's 15 minutes.
31:23
analysis show we got to analyze. All right, here we go.
31:35
There he is, ladies and gentlemen. Mr. Badass black
31:39
America.
31:46
I could have cut this off if I had known but All right, there
31:49
we go. Come on. Come on.
31:53
Thank you very much for being here. Before I start tonight, I
31:57
just wanted to read a brief statement that I prepared. I
32:05
denounced anti semitism in all its forms. And I stand with my
32:11
friends and the Jewish community. And that, can you buy
32:20
yourself some time?
32:23
It started out like
32:24
that. Can you imagine it's too hard to hear? Oh, really? Okay.
32:28
Yeah.
32:29
So he just went, he was so dynamite. You'll have to watch
32:34
it. I think it's one of the best before just imagine he's he is
32:37
gonna go up there considering who he is. And talk about the
32:40
tension between black America Jewish America. You know, the
32:46
even the words the end Jews. I mean, it was just unbelievable.
32:50
And really, really,
32:51
I'm sure it was excellent. I wonder if you have to kind of
32:54
discount the fact that he's a Muslim. did not come up. No, he
32:59
wouldn't bring it up. He don't be brought up once or twice in
33:02
his dive ever seen.
33:04
What does that happen? Does that mean any element of Oh, I see
33:08
what you're saying.
33:10
Muslim conflict, all bubbly? Has to be taken, to be honest about
33:17
it has to be considered.
33:18
Can we all just get along people? No one's
33:21
getting along with anybody. Let's face it. Yeah, I'll check
33:24
it out. Sounds good. He's the best is he right now. I mean,
33:30
I've seen a lot of stand up and and he's up there. But he's
33:35
until you've seen Unfortunately, he's dead now. Until you see
33:38
somebody like Jackie Mason, in person doing stand up? Yeah,
33:44
that I haven't seen is like you haven't seen anything because
33:48
this guy. Unbelievable.
33:49
So you know how if you get a 10 speed bike, and just as an
33:54
example, and then you see 10 Speed bikes everywhere. Yeah,
33:58
just like one of those things. You get a new car, you see that
34:00
exact same car, same color everywhere. That's just kind of
34:03
how observation skills work. So the media works. Similarly, when
34:07
there's one story about anti semitism. That's got to be more
34:11
KFC has apologized for linking a sales promotion in Germany, to
34:15
the commemoration of Kristallnacht to the deadly
34:17
raids on Jewish homes and businesses in Nazi Germany. A
34:20
message in the KFC app urged German customers to mark the day
34:24
with chicken and cheese company says it was generated by an
34:27
automated system and was sent by mistake.
34:31
Oh, brother, you know what's bad about these? Is that that end?
34:37
It was automated Ay ay ay ay did it this is the reason AI is
34:41
going to be popular because not because it does anything, but
34:44
you can blame it.
34:45
And it makes it it makes Twitter great. You can blame it. That's
34:49
right. You're right. I'm sorry. We had an AIG. That's an AI
34:54
glitch.
34:55
Ai glitch. The AI the AI male we've done You know, the problem
35:01
with AI is
35:03
I'm sorry I'm late my AI glitched Okay, tell you Yeah,
35:08
good point. Good point AI is great AI will indeed cover up
35:12
the fallacy of humanity. So now this this was pretty cool. You
35:18
know, the anti Defamation League is is obviously all over Kanye
35:22
all over, Kyrie. All over everybody. Carry that Dave
35:28
Chappelle guy read the flat earth guy.
35:30
I'll give you this punch line from Chappelle. He said, Kanye
35:34
got in so much trouble, Kyrie got in trouble. So the anti
35:39
Defamation League is, you know, out there. And of course, you
35:42
know, there's, it's always interesting how people want to
35:45
send money to the anti Defamation League as if it
35:47
washes you of your sins. And this is kind of what came up on
35:50
this guy's visit to CNBC, which I thought was an interesting
35:55
venue.
35:56
I have a question for you. This is gonna be a hard one. I'm
35:58
Jewish. Hate anti semitism. I hate everything that's going on
36:02
here. Yeah, hate it. And I love what you're out there talking
36:05
about these things. Yeah. But what I don't like I'll be honest
36:08
with you. I think there are people who look at what you're
36:11
doing. Yeah. Where you criticize when you say, I'm gonna hammer
36:14
you? Yeah, I'm gonna have you having hammer you until you give
36:17
me money. That's what people think I'm just I'm just, I'm
36:20
just out here. They look and they say, you go after Adidas.
36:23
And you keep going after Adidas. Not until they shut up, or until
36:27
they do what you want. Yeah, until they actually start
36:29
contributing to ADL, what do you say to those people?
36:32
It's totally wrong. I wish more of the people I could just
36:35
donate it to us. The reality is, it's my job to cast a light on
36:39
anti semitism and all forms of hate. When I'm encouraged is
36:42
when some companies some individuals say we're not only
36:45
going to apologize, we actually want to engage and solve this
36:48
problem. I just think it's not just a Jewish concept of chuva
36:53
of the Christian ethos, you know of loving thy neighbor it's all
36:57
of our ethos to try to work together to make society better
37:00
but look man if everybody who committed anti semitism came
37:03
around support ADL I would be much much wealthier the
37:06
organization be much richer we'd all be much better
37:09
he'd be wealthier exam right into his pocket
37:13
Exactly. Did you hear the truth come out once again
37:17
look man if everybody who committed anti semitism came
37:20
around support ADL I would be much much wealthier the
37:23
organization we must we must much better off
37:26
yeah, he that in fact that whoever that interviewer was
37:30
that is the scam that's what the rainbow coalition does. That's
37:33
what Al Sharpton does, they threaten these companies that go
37:37
from here to there and they said we're going to do we're going to
37:39
point you out as a bunch of racists and so you bet Oh,
37:42
you're gonna contribute to us that's good. Okay, well, I think
37:44
that'll be good for now. And then this is a comment comments
37:48
pressure group tactic it's not unusual the JDL does it to the
37:53
Southern Poverty Law Center does it the nowadays the civil was a
38:00
civil rights operations you know you ACL ACL you does it
38:06
Hey, hey, how can we get on this train?
38:09
We could who can we call out? I know nobody i know i i know the
38:15
formula I mean it's easy enough to set up you first you got to
38:19
this takes a while I mean you just can't do it overnight but
38:21
you set up a pressure group long and you long game exit strategy
38:24
and you have to make sure that you can do you can do stuff you
38:28
can get pickets you get get people that can pick it you have
38:32
to have a you have to have in you have to have an end to the
38:36
news organization so you can get the stuff written up so they
38:39
always cover it and then get covered up Yeah, it's very the
38:44
formulas out there for anyone to use it and they I've seen it
38:47
abused here and there. And I think this guy to point it out
38:51
as a possibility, I think was was was valid and I think it was
38:55
noble.
38:59
Yeah, and that's Andrew Ross Sorkin Believe it or not
39:03
interesting and he would do that in a funny kind of way for this
39:05
Greenblatt dad actually
39:07
I'm I'm actually Ted I've never been a huge fan of
39:11
shorty and either but that was he was spot on with that and he
39:15
is kind of a conniver
39:16
would the reason die think about he knows how this works because
39:19
he coarsely wants to do it too.
39:22
Okay, get on this action. This is hot. It's a hot ticket, baby.
39:25
What can we do? Yeah, and in a way
39:27
anyone could do it if you but it's really you have to be
39:30
dedicated to being an asshole.
39:32
Who would you say is the number the numero uno as a pressure
39:36
group when it comes to individuals who get wealthy as
39:38
this guy says that he would be
39:40
I think what he's like mine does the best job right now because
39:43
He even has his own show is L
39:47
L. Yeah. And in a way I think what what Greenblatt was saying
39:50
was couched racism by saying, Oh man, if I was owl must be
39:58
loaded. It's much harder for the ADL that And then I mean, I
40:01
think I think Don't you think that racism is more profitable
40:04
as a pressure group?
40:06
Oh, it's a winner.
40:09
Well, well they're trying everything the M five m not to
40:13
be underplayed Al's like, hey, hey, hey, what is this? Who's on
40:18
our turf? Obama help us out
40:21
today in Chicago and ugly racist symbol was found at the future
40:24
site of the Obama Presidential Center a noose was discovered at
40:28
the construction site this morning. operations were halted
40:31
in the police were called a $100,000 award has been offered
40:35
for information leading to those responsible for what officials
40:38
described as this shameless act of cowardice and hate.
40:42
They're really pulling the noose out again. And reward What is
40:49
this John? This is bowed.
40:51
The $100,000 reward is I think Tucker did the best takedown of
40:55
this because when else would you why would you not have $100,000
41:00
reward for a bunch of murderers? There's all kinds of things that
41:02
went on. He went on and on he did a pretty good bit. But yes,
41:07
we have $100,000 to where to find a who put a noose
41:09
supposedly and by the way, they never showed us the news if you
41:12
if you saw the TV show, no. News. No, the news was in a bag.
41:18
They bagged it the news. So they show him a picture the Caribbean
41:24
a bag, a bag with a noose inside. Wait, wait a minute.
41:29
Wait a minute, that sounds like FTX Don't worry, there's money
41:32
in this box. Really, they said this is the news. And they
41:36
showed the bag because the news was too offensive to show.
41:40
The news was too offensive. This show was hanging off the thing
41:43
and a bag that was a paper one of these like, pick one of those
41:47
I'm sorry, plastic bag around the news. So you didn't get to
41:50
see the news. Heaven forbid, it would be upsetting and
41:54
triggering if you saw the news. So they kept showing a picture
41:59
of the bag. So to see the news. What kind of a news wasn't I
42:03
mean, it could have been? I mean, that's who knows.
42:05
I mean, it's not the same. But that's kind of level like, you
42:07
know, we can't show you the photos of Osama bin Laden. We
42:10
dumped him in the ocean.
42:10
We can't show you this. body cams from the Pelosi array which
42:15
the story is changed again. Oh, what's the latest? Or the latest
42:20
is there was a third person that opened the door. And when the
42:22
cops looked in, that's when Pelosi and the and the bad actor
42:26
guy we're both holding on to each other with the with one
42:29
with the one hammer in between. And they're fighting for the
42:32
hammer. And well, who was the third person? They don't stay?
42:36
Can't they don't know? Nobody knows? Yeah. Hey, man, which
42:40
goes back to the original story.
42:42
Do you ever get the feeling that the media is lying to us?
42:47
I don't know that they know they're lying to us. A lot of
42:50
times it's just the best part. Well, I
42:52
think that there was a massive persuasion game played in this
42:56
midterms and it didn't hit me until Trump started calling out
43:01
Younkin. And I started to do some research. And I think
43:05
there's something going on here that is poorly understood and
43:08
probably not discussed at all in the proper manner.
43:11
But I have one clip about what you're talking about. Okay. And
43:17
this is from Debt Debt. podcaster. We'd love to find
43:22
podcasters or give us material. Chuck feels so much from us.
43:26
It's called rant on Lindsey Graham. Listen to this. On a
43:29
second rant on Lindsey Graham. Mr. Reagan
43:32
tweeted the other day, Lindsey Graham's federal abortion ban,
43:36
Stan should have him thrown out of the party. He is a saboteur.
43:40
And this is a brilliant point. You had the supreme court rule
43:45
against Roe versus Wade that through the abortion laws to the
43:49
back to the states, right, kicked it back to the States.
43:51
Every state now decides their own abortion laws. That's
43:54
federalism guys, that's the way this country is supposed to run.
43:57
Democrats didn't like it. They threw a fit. They basically said
44:00
you know, Republicans are going to try to take away your
44:03
abortion rights and all this kind of stuff. When the Supreme
44:06
Court makes a ruling like that on something that's so critical
44:09
to Democrats and it fires them up and they want to go out and
44:12
vote because of it. What do you do politically minded? What do
44:15
you do? You cool them down? You calm the situation? For Lindsey
44:20
Graham to present a bill, a national abortion ban, you are
44:25
poking the beehive, you are riling up the Democrat base you
44:30
are infuriating feminists. Of course, they're going to go out
44:34
and vote in force against you. When you present a bill like
44:38
that. Lindsey Graham knew this and he presented this bill
44:41
anyway. The Democrats control the House. The Democrats control
44:44
the Senate. The Democrats control the executive branch. It
44:48
wasn't going to pass in the house. It wasn't going to pass
44:50
in the Senate and even if it had it would have been vetoed by Joe
44:53
Biden. There is no reason to present a bill at this time. It
44:56
was pointless. Lindsey Graham is not a novice. politician. It's
45:01
not like he doesn't know what he's doing. It's not like he
45:03
doesn't know what presenting such a bill is going to do.
45:06
Lindsey Graham sabotaged the midterm elections.
45:10
Yeah, that's he is definitely one part of it. Lindsey Graham
45:15
is
45:15
and I will say this besides before because I'm gonna let you
45:18
go live. Mr. Reagan also pointed out how the Dems the Republicans
45:23
and I pointed this out last show about the beheaded RNC. You did
45:27
how they doled out the money yeah the people that could have
45:30
gotten who won including last assault in Laxalt in Nevada and
45:35
and
45:36
the guy in Arizona he got like $110,000 or something like
45:41
nothing
45:42
they gave him nothing no help whatsoever and they or Bert no
45:47
help bullbar got nothing at all these people that they you know
45:51
they didn't want in they don't want the Republican Party to
45:54
change they rather keep it is an old boys network I is my
46:00
interpretation of this. And thinking about Lindsey Graham in
46:03
particular, these are the Republicans these old line
46:07
Republicans who are tight with it military industrial complex,
46:11
and you can the Ukraine war, they don't want Republicans
46:15
screwing up the money train that's going on with this war in
46:19
Ukraine and all the billions of dollars that are flying around
46:23
like crazy to their buddies and everybody in between. They're on
46:27
board with this war. And that's the problem. And they saw that
46:31
there's a bunch of talk there if you remember before the
46:34
election, there's a lot of talk by some Republicans about
46:37
cutting off the fines for this stupid war. And that was that
46:41
okay, you guys aren't getting in Forget it.
46:47
Yeah, there's this is all part of what I think was a very well
46:51
thought out plan, which actually goes back to goes back to yours
46:56
or not to you but goes back a while we'll get to that. The so
47:04
yes. What? Okay, let me play this because then I can get my
47:09
head around. This is very short. This is just kind of what
47:11
happened after the midterms. Meanwhile,
47:13
former President Trump is ramping up his criticism of
47:16
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. His potential 2024 primary rival
47:21
Trump calling DeSantis an average governor with great PR,
47:25
claiming DeSantis came to him in desperate shape back in 2017.
47:30
With low approval bad polls and no money Trump adding he fixed
47:35
his hands as his campaign which had completely fallen apart,
47:38
sources close to former President Trump called his
47:41
attacks on DeSantis a miscalculation and described
47:45
Trump as, quote, unhinged in the wake of Tuesday night's election
47:49
results.
47:50
unhinge this back. Nice to hear that. So there's one group, I
47:54
think more powerful than the military industrial complex. And
47:59
or completely aligned with the military industrial complex, but
48:03
who actually can, on their behalf, make things happen, and
48:08
that is Wall Street. And so we need to start with Trump being
48:12
mad at DeSantis DeSantis, who was very cagey and said, and who
48:18
should have said, I'm going to be the governor and look forward
48:21
to supporting President Trump. Of course, he didn't say that.
48:23
He kept it in the middle didn't answer the question. And then we
48:27
find out that he's talking about Florida being a citadel with a
48:31
woke goes to die, the woke goes to die. Remember that phrase?
48:34
That was the main thing the woke goes to die in Florida? Yeah. So
48:40
it is billionaire Ken Griffin, of Citadel who financed with
48:46
$200 million to synthesis campaign, and even just looking
48:49
at Politico. This is from the sixth of November, GOP
48:55
megadonor. I'm ready to back to Sanders for President and 24.
48:59
Billionaire CEO Ken Griffin is a bit tired of Donald Trump for a
49:01
litany of reasons I think it's time to move on to the next
49:04
generation. So Trump, of course, is is very aware of this, and
49:10
understands that there is now a movement to support this kind of
49:15
candidate. And when I say this kind of candidate, to me, it is
49:20
a candidate who will. Who will basically follow the Wall Street
49:29
narrative, make sure all the right things are funded. The
49:33
corporate America wants woke removed. They want it removed.
49:39
They hate it. They're tired of it, and everything else. They
49:42
just want to go back to normal. And now I understand why Trump
49:45
was calling out Younkin not because he sound let me see is
49:50
it in this clip? I think it's in this business credible
49:51
sources tell CBS News that former President Trump plans to
49:54
announce a third bid for the White House on Tuesday from his
49:58
Florida home at Mar a Lago. How we get more now from CBS is
50:01
Major Garrett.
50:03
ahead of Tuesday's announcement, sources say former President
50:06
Trump is increasingly bitter at potential rivals and infuriated
50:11
at being blamed for GOP midterm failures. He has attacked both
50:15
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a new favorite among wealthy
50:18
Republican Party donors, and Virginia Governor Glenn Jochen a
50:22
fresher and less Trumpian rising star fresher called DeSantis. An
50:27
average governor who lacks loyalty and class for refusing
50:31
to rule out a 20 Thomas
50:32
gonna stop it right there. So he again, here's how to describe
50:35
the young kids
50:36
both Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a new favorite among
50:39
wealthy Republican Party donors, and Virginia Governor Glenn
50:43
Yogen, a fresher and less Trumpian rising star. So
50:46
this rising star where does Younkin come from? It's not
50:50
about that. Somehow he's related to China. It's about the fact
50:54
that he was the CEO of the Carlyle Group, another huge Wall
50:59
Street connected firm. And this guy, what did he do? He came
51:03
into Virginia, and he said, God is the woke. Did he change
51:08
anything else substantially now? No, I think there is a large
51:12
contingent the Trump as you point out, just like the
51:16
leadership of the Republican Party, who want to go back to
51:22
the old way of business, and they're now actively seeking out
51:25
with Ken a Younkin, as an example, leaders who can win who
51:32
could play it straight. And man, you got to admit that without a
51:36
doubt. Our boy does Santos there in Florida. I mean, he's a
51:43
shining star and let's continue with the CBS report,
51:46
Trump called DeSantis, an average governor who lacks
51:49
loyalty and class for refusing to rule out a 2024 run. Mike
51:54
Pompeo, Trump's former Secretary of State and potential 2024
51:58
rival to game saying conservatives are elected when
52:03
we deliver not when we just rail on social media. As for Younkin,
52:08
Trump today launched a racist attack against him misspelling
52:11
his name and asking quote, sounds Chinese doesn't it
52:16
privately top Republicans told CBS they were appalled at the
52:19
post and saw it as evidence of Trump's deepening anger and
52:23
isolation. Younkin did his best to ignore it. I do
52:28
not call people names. That's not the way I roll and not the
52:32
way I behave.
52:33
Several GOP voices muffled before the midterm verdicts.
52:37
Now, just even
52:37
right there. He's saying that's not the way I roll. I'm so hip.
52:41
That's not the way I behave. I just got rid of the woke and I
52:44
behave and I'm obedient to the party and ball Street.
52:47
Younkin did his best to ignore it.
52:50
I do not
52:52
call people names. That's not the way I roll and not the
52:55
way I behave.
52:56
Several GOP voices muffled before the midterm verdicts now
53:00
describe Trump as a distracting fading party figure
53:04
is influence wanes. And a debacle like we had across the
53:08
country Tuesday night from a Republican point of view
53:11
accelerates the pace at which that influence wanes. They point
53:15
to his preferred candidates in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire in
53:18
Michigan all losing and concern that other Trump endorses in
53:22
Arizona and Nevada could lose Senate races currently too early
53:26
to call.
53:27
And this is a time that Donald Trump has no doubt in the
53:30
rearview mirror. And it's time to move on with the party.
53:32
Longtime GOP critics said this Trump reckoning was inevitable
53:37
about Donald Trump these days is the biggest loser as a party, we
53:41
need to be clear that we would not be who should not be
53:44
embracing him even if he were a winner. I think if Donald Trump
53:48
becomes the nominee of the Republican Party, the party will
53:51
shatter.
53:53
So it wasn't just the billionaires no they actually
53:57
own. What I would say is the new conservative media network with
54:03
very well known influencers. Now let's remember who's behind Ben
54:07
Shapiro, who's behind behind Charlie Kirk Turning Point USA.
54:11
That is the Wilk family that's the billionaire Jews for Jesus.
54:17
And we all should always always remember that Shapiro was super
54:22
anti Trump he was a never Trumper that early days and only
54:26
reluctantly ate crow.
54:29
So but they're now they here's a list of the following people who
54:34
as a starting in January of this year, have been have been anti
54:39
Trump from the from the influencer crowd now that that
54:42
includes Fox News is Lisa booth. Her reason for this I think she
54:47
has a personal reason besides that she works for Fox is that
54:50
she was staunchly anti Vax. So then we have a turning point
54:54
USA. Also News Week opinion editor Josh Hammon the hammer He
55:00
is also in on this Cabal. And how about the blaze? John, we
55:05
always know that the Blaze is pretty much a corporate outfit.
55:08
Well, the Rubin reports Dave Rubin. Carol Markowitz, you'll
55:14
see her as a turncoat. She's from the New York Post and Fox
55:17
News and I say turncoat from Trump. Trump's perspective. I
55:20
don't care, I think is beautiful to see this happening. It's
55:22
hilarious. And then, of course, Shapiro and Candace Owens, also
55:29
in the UK, now she's with Prager, you also financed by I
55:35
believe the Jews for Jesus. So they've got all that setup. Now.
55:39
Now, in your mind go back. We had this abortion issue, this
55:44
was going to be it. Like the dems, were going to win,
55:48
everyone's like, this is great. We got people, even Republican
55:52
women that come on over there one issue voters, and then we
55:55
woke up one day a few weeks ago, and it was red wave, red wave.
56:00
Do you remember a reason for the red wave? Do you remember any
56:03
pushback?
56:06
Yeah, I remember the reason for the red wave, because people
56:09
were sick of the Biden policies, which meant high gasoline prices
56:13
and high inflation and crime. I'm talking
56:16
about the mainstream media, the M five M who were pushing,
56:21
abortion, abortion, abortion, abortion, and then all of a
56:24
sudden, even CNN, MSNBC, they all switched to red wave. And
56:33
then and now, and now this is speculative at best. But I think
56:37
some of these delays in counting the votes, which ultimately show
56:42
I guess it looks like it takes into account no money from the
56:47
from the, from the Republican Party to key key states where
56:51
these elections were taking part. Then they have I think the
56:55
elections in Arizona may even be managed by Republicans. I'm not
56:59
sure. But this delay of votes and all these key places.
57:03
I think this was a set of the governor, there's a Democrat.
57:06
I'm just telling you,
57:07
a lot of Steve Bannon recruited a lot of people to do a lot of
57:11
things in in local elections. So we don't exactly know.
57:16
Okay, wait, wait, you're not saying it. But what you're
57:18
trying to say is that maybe the Republicans rigged the vote
57:22
against themselves
57:23
not rigged the vote, they rigged the slowdown, because what they
57:27
wanted to do in the grand scheme is to push Trump's nose into the
57:32
ground, that remember they said, Oh, don't announce man. Don't
57:35
announce don't announce it might ruin the vote. And he didn't
57:39
announce. And then boom. No, I think that this is a complete.
57:46
Oh, that that, by the way. Isn't that that's a good one you
57:49
should put on the list. It's true. Yeah. The whole was going
57:51
to I set it on this show. Yes. When he was doing a he's going
57:55
to do a presentation in Ohio, as I recall, with JD Vance, who and
58:00
I and everyone was expecting him to announce and they were
58:03
putting it on live and he never announced. Exactly. So well. You
58:07
know, the clip I took from Mr. Reagan. He's not using your
58:13
details but he says the same thing. Yeah, I said this. He
58:16
says it's a concerted effort by mostly Republicans
58:20
and the stupid lady G Lindy Hop gram couldn't wait, because
58:24
that's probably how far back the plan goes. Oh, I can't wait. I'm
58:26
gonna do I'm gonna help them out. I'm gonna really push a bar
58:30
shot. If that's that's your that's your horror right there.
58:35
If you're if you're always had been, or is Lindsey Graham
58:40
mom.
58:42
Nothing against prostitutes or sex workers. Bad guys just a
58:46
whore collaborator.
58:49
So, yeah, I think this is all an anti Trump thing. But
58:54
now but wait for it. Okay, you
58:56
got more. Well, I
58:57
have speculation. I believe he is announcing big announcement
59:03
tomorrow. Big announcement, big announcement. Now of course,
59:06
he's come out swinging. He sees what's going on. He sees that
59:08
he's been betrayed. So the Republican Party is not Maga.
59:16
Trump could do something very destructive here. And he could
59:20
just say, new party Magga party. In fact, that's what I would
59:27
expect him to do tomorrow.
59:32
All right, I give you 10 points for that idea. That would be
59:39
destructive. Although it could actually it could He clipped the
59:43
report he might
59:44
actually get him was going to he might actually he has two years
59:48
to do this. Now. Two years. He could probably get enough people
59:52
from both parties because that will become trump the the
59:55
friendly guy in the middle the also I was a Democrat Remember
59:59
Was it Democrats, we hate these parties. I mean, I can see him
1:00:03
do it. If he doesn't do it, he's lost forever. And he's going to
1:00:06
be very annoying, because I think
1:00:09
it's annoying anyway. But yes, he has to do what you said is
1:00:14
his only way out. He has to start a third party called the
1:00:18
mega party. Yeah. And Geordi got the branding.
1:00:23
And he's got the he's got the branding. He's got the audience.
1:00:26
He's got the people. And maybe we'll find out how many people
1:00:29
actually are willing to stay with these. And by the way, I
1:00:32
think it's a perfectly reasonable, almost somewhat
1:00:35
American, in historic per step, prospective, PATRIOTIC MOVE to
1:00:40
say, hey, we're the guys with the money. We're going to bring
1:00:44
some peace and calm back here. And I think a lot of people,
1:00:49
certainly conservatives will be like, yeah, get rid of the woke
1:00:53
stuff. Get rid of all of that and just take care of business.
1:00:58
The way it used to be when you guys ran this stuff?
1:01:05
Well, we'll see. I'm guessing he's not going to do that.
1:01:08
Oh, what do you think he's gonna do?
1:01:10
He's gonna He's going to just announce that he's going to
1:01:12
become the deal is going to be exactly what you said is the
1:01:15
alternative is going to be just annoying.
1:01:17
Well, that's too bad. Because it would be super exciting. If he
1:01:23
announced a third No,
1:01:24
it would be and it would be better for the show. And it
1:01:26
would give us one more yet yet another prediction come true.
1:01:30
They can that stemmed from the no agenda show.
1:01:34
I don't find it so hard to believe. I think the
1:01:37
item is believable. I just don't think he's gonna do it. He has
1:01:42
bad advisors. Let's face it.
1:01:45
I can't, it's hard to believe that he's with full, full
1:01:51
faculties, decided not to announce he was running because
1:01:55
they told him not to.
1:01:59
He has bad advisors. You know, David during his era as
1:02:03
president
1:02:04
beyond
1:02:06
a pics poor people, he's more into loyalty, as you noticed
1:02:10
with this thing with DeSantis. You know, the stances may or may
1:02:14
not be loyal, who knows. But you know, it's no reason to go after
1:02:18
the guy like that. But even though if he said he was a spook
1:02:21
and went on about that, that might be more interesting. But
1:02:24
he wouldn't do that. Which is kind of what I think. And
1:02:30
yeah, but it's not a good look. When you're when you're when
1:02:32
you're bashing each other in the Republican Party. It's that's
1:02:35
not it. No,
1:02:35
it never is never is always bad. The Democrats are the same way
1:02:39
they they pull back from it a little bit more than the
1:02:42
Republicans doing they get when the Republicans get carried
1:02:44
away. But okay, good enough. By the
1:02:47
way, if the Republicans were to succeed with their Wall Street
1:02:50
leverage, I don't think things would get very much better in
1:02:54
the world. We'd have less wokeness maybe at politico
1:02:59
posted. You know, there's, of course, it's been if this was
1:03:03
indeed the gambit, and the mainstream was kind of in on it,
1:03:06
or it figured it out, or I don't know. Then they're all God now
1:03:12
about how great it is. How great and but now, you know, now we
1:03:17
have a problem, because, you know, it looks like the
1:03:19
Republicans aren't gonna have the power they had and we're
1:03:21
still gonna have to deal with this. With this president guy.
1:03:25
And politico posted the gameplan. Know, the hill, I'm
1:03:30
sorry, not politico the hill. Here's there was a make, right.
1:03:35
Here's a gameplan Biden replaces Harris with Newsom and then
1:03:38
resigns. Gotta love it. Now. Yeah,
1:03:45
that isn't gonna happen in a million years, if anyone even
1:03:48
remotely thinks that for one thing. He made these these
1:03:54
promises. And there's the black woman, black and woman. And
1:04:00
Gavin Newsom is not well, like by the party. I mean, he would
1:04:04
probably win some presidential elections, but to pull a stunt
1:04:09
like this, the Democrats would be so screwed, they probably
1:04:13
would permanently lose the black vote, which is not something
1:04:17
they do.
1:04:18
Oh, I disagree. I don't think so at all. No, no, but that's
1:04:23
that's just my my personal thinking.
1:04:27
not replacing can't, how are they going to get rid of her?
1:04:31
He can ask her to resign.
1:04:33
What'd she get? Why she's doing a great job. He said so himself
1:04:38
as she is addicted to Ativan, and she has to detox. And Betty
1:04:44
Ford went through it.
1:04:46
She wasn't vice president, but she started a whole clinic. Was
1:04:51
he going to have the Kamla Harris clinic?
1:04:54
I didn't come up with a game plan. It was the hill okay, but
1:04:57
I seem to be subscribing to it for Some reason well listen to
1:05:01
our President tell me why not
1:05:03
Biden's being popular Apoc a cup of Biden's being an extremist.
1:05:08
This is one of my favorites. I think you want to say
1:05:11
apocalyptic. But it came out of
1:05:14
nowhere. He was and I got it.
1:05:17
I got one more. I got one more, I
1:05:19
think the context is that whether or not they're pulling
1:05:23
back from Fallujah, and the the, the the the city of KEARSON
1:05:32
pull back from Fallujah. Yeah. No, I
1:05:34
I'm glad you got that one because I didn't course I knew
1:05:37
about that clip. I didn't get it. When he was at the AZ and
1:05:42
meeting, oh, Southeast Asian. How would how was that? Oh, he
1:05:49
was he was falling asleep. While he was giving his presentation.
1:05:53
Here's a here's the Biden, AZ and heart of this dis feel the
1:05:59
energy
1:06:00
Ossian is the heart of my administration's Indo Pacific
1:06:03
strategy. And we continue to strengthen our commitment to
1:06:07
work in lockstep with an empowered unified Asan. Today,
1:06:14
we take another critical step, beginning to new air and our
1:06:17
cooperation with the launch of the US ASEAN comprehensive
1:06:22
strategic partnership. Together, we will tackle the biggest
1:06:26
issues of our time, from climate to health security, defend
1:06:31
against the significant threats of rule based order to rule
1:06:35
based order and
1:06:37
the rule of law. rule based order,
1:06:41
not as you hear I did hear the truth wanting to come out. Let
1:06:44
me just
1:06:44
let's play it again. Let's make sure we hear it properly time,
1:06:47
from climate to health security, defend against the significant
1:06:52
threats of rule based order, based order and into threats to
1:06:57
the rule of law.
1:06:58
Yeah, that's right. We are going to defend against the
1:07:01
significant threats from your rule based order you coot
1:07:06
i By the way, before I play this clip, I'm going to go to a clip
1:07:10
I picked off of software, actually one of the producers
1:07:13
sent it to me, but it comes from CG TV, the Chinese brought this
1:07:18
professor on to talk about rules based order. And he, of course,
1:07:25
they because they're they're freaked out about it themselves.
1:07:29
And the clip is defined rules based order.
1:07:35
They don't tell you what the rules are even gone further than
1:07:38
just ignoring United Nations Charter and its principles of
1:07:42
international law. They now claim there's this you know,
1:07:45
this phrase is rules based order, which is separate from
1:07:49
that. And when you ask them, What is this? What do you mean
1:07:53
rules based order? What rules they don't tell you what the
1:07:56
rules are? Whose rules so don't tell them these rules are one
1:08:00
hour one of these rules was quite clear. The only two rules
1:08:03
are want to you will do whatever the United States says. And if
1:08:08
you don't we will crush you. And those are the two rules. But
1:08:13
that's not international law. That's international
1:08:15
gangsterism. That's that's the that's the thinking of gangsters
1:08:19
of Mafia. And the word sanctions, they try to justify
1:08:22
their economic wars by calling him sanctions. But how can they
1:08:27
How can the United eight United States or any other countries
1:08:29
sanction China sanction Russia who has MS, Venezuela or Iran,
1:08:32
whatever? They can't, they're all illegal.
1:08:37
Well, now that ruins all the fun.
1:08:40
This guy, you mean, Chinese letting us know that they are
1:08:44
paying attention? And
1:08:45
I would have to say I concur. That's pretty much what it
1:08:48
means.
1:08:48
I said, I kind of agree with it, too. Yeah. So let's go with the
1:08:53
bite another clip. So here is where he's calling. They're in
1:08:57
Cambodia. And he's calling Cambodia Colombia.
1:09:04
was honored to host the oyster at the White House in May. And
1:09:08
now that we are back together in Cambodia, I look forward to
1:09:13
building even stronger progress than we've already made. And I
1:09:17
want to thank the prime minister of cook for Colombia's
1:09:21
leadership and
1:09:22
okay, I heard an IFBB I'm going to jack this audio. I heard an
1:09:29
IFBB giving him a correction. Holy crap was listened
1:09:34
again, was honored to host the White House at the White House
1:09:37
in May. And now that we are back together in Cambodia, I look
1:09:43
forward to building even stronger progress than we've
1:09:46
already made. I want to think Did you hear it?
1:09:51
Have you heard something but what it was you heard it better?
1:09:54
What did he say?
1:09:54
I don't know. I have to enhance Bazoom when I listen to him,
1:09:58
too. We've already made Someone's talking in his ear
1:10:02
right there too.
1:10:03
We've already made. And I want to thank the prime minister of
1:10:07
Cooper Columbia's leadership in the ASEAN Chair,
1:10:11
I'll see if I can ice Do you have a higher quality or an
1:10:13
original that I can
1:10:15
get is the best I could do
1:10:17
you have it. I have to rotate in Hanson zoom.
1:10:20
We'll try it some other time. But he I wouldn't be surprised.
1:10:24
Now don't worry, I won't take up any of your breath. Well,
1:10:27
that would make sense because he always talks into confused
1:10:30
manner. If you've ever had somebody yakking it and I have
1:10:32
an eye FB, the little ear thing talking to you while you're
1:10:36
talking and you're not used to it, or you're not kind of like
1:10:40
oh, you almost have to be trained for it. It will confuse
1:10:45
you.
1:10:46
Now I'm gonna see if we can find if we can isolate that so
1:10:49
and so he's always signing confused and makes sense that
1:10:52
they would do this. Here's another one. Here's my one of my
1:10:54
favorites is the ASEAN eco system, not an ecosystem.
1:10:58
So through our new US ASEAN electric vehicle infrastructure
1:11:03
initiative, we're going to work together to develop an
1:11:06
integrated electric vehicle ecosystem in in Southeast Asia.
1:11:12
And this is interesting I hear lots of people saying echo
1:11:15
system including my hatless and Scott Galloway always talk with
1:11:22
the echo system especially when he's talking about Twitter and
1:11:24
you know you and I understand the iron Galloway i Wow, yeah.
1:11:29
And maybe just a pronunciation issue. But as far as I know,
1:11:33
it's always been ecosystem. When do we always been when do we let
1:11:36
go? It's never been echo maybe they mean echo and it's
1:11:40
bullshit.
1:11:41
That's what I'm telling ya. All right. Now the only last clip I
1:11:45
have about this is not a Biden clip. But this is I should have
1:11:48
played this first. This is the background or a spell as EDA M.
1:11:53
This is for Deutsche valid isn't a background background are all
1:11:56
in this meeting. It should have been played as beginning.
1:11:59
US President Joe Biden is meeting South Eastern Asian
1:12:02
leaders in Cambodia. He wants the regional bloc to help
1:12:05
contain China's growing influence. Biden is promising to
1:12:08
tackle key issues including the rule of law, the is also
1:12:11
preparing for talks with the Chinese President Xi Jinping.
1:12:15
Rule of Law. Well, well, well, okay. So the the rules based
1:12:21
order is out making their rules
1:12:26
based order is a classic.
1:12:28
Yeah, well, I have a couple of reports here from cop 27.
1:12:34
Because it all flows together how these people think
1:12:37
I got some good ones from cop 27. But it's about the money
1:12:41
going out there. But the rules based order,
1:12:43
it's all about the money. Let's start with the BBC report about
1:12:49
cop 27.
1:12:50
Now world leaders are addressing the cop 27 summit in Egypt
1:12:54
today, as they try to rally global support for tackling
1:12:58
climate change. talks this year will focus on three things.
1:13:02
First, the implementation of what's known as the Paris
1:13:07
agreement now in 2015, countries agreed to try to limit global
1:13:11
temperature rises to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Second, we have action
1:13:17
on loss and damage that's developed nations finding ways
1:13:21
to compensate and assist developing nations following
1:13:24
decades of environmental damage. And thirdly, while there is a
1:13:29
promise to be more transparent about the process, rich
1:13:33
countries will also outline how they plan to reduce their carbon
1:13:38
emissions with countries most affected by rising temperatures
1:13:40
describing how climate change is impacting them.
1:13:44
So wouldn't you know it did you know this is going on and
1:13:49
there's protesters everywhere asking for these reparations.
1:13:56
Hundreds of activists gathered at the cop 27 climate conference
1:13:59
in Sharm el Sheikh on Saturday, demanding an end to fossil fuels
1:14:03
and for Western countries to pay for the damage caused by climate
1:14:06
change. It's the biggest protest to have taken place at this
1:14:12
year's climate conference.
1:14:14
Continue to demand drastic emission cuts and climate
1:14:17
reparations from the countries that are historically
1:14:20
responsible for our destruction, especially for loss and damage,
1:14:23
but also adaptation and mitigation. We
1:14:26
want action. We don't want them to divert attention. We don't
1:14:30
want sideshows. We want climate action. We wanted justice. So as
1:14:35
we let us march, let our voice be heard.
1:14:39
Meanwhile, climate rallies were held in several European cities
1:14:43
in Madrid Greenpeace led protests demanding an end to
1:14:46
fossil fuels. And hundreds of anti coal demonstrators in
1:14:49
Western Germany spoke out against the expansion of a coal
1:14:52
mine.
1:14:54
professionally printed signs yelling for reparations, just
1:14:59
coincidental they just showed up in Egypt, in Germany, and this
1:15:04
will lead you into your clips
1:15:05
later today. On this day President Biden will travel to
1:15:08
Egypt for the UN climate conference. Big question there
1:15:12
is who should pay for the devastation already caused by
1:15:16
climate change that issue high on the agenda? Poor countries
1:15:19
who did not contribute the most to climate change? Want
1:15:21
financial help from wealthier nations? Who did?
1:15:25
Oh, it's always the same thing. Always the same, who's gonna pay
1:15:32
us?
1:15:34
Well, these reports are from Deutsche Vela. So we get these
1:15:39
different angles and things vary. And they did point out
1:15:41
something that I was kind of happy about in terms of our
1:15:45
status. We seem to be stringing our guys who are the big climate
1:15:50
guys, as opposed to Republicans, we seem to be stringing them
1:15:54
along in a very creative way. And I thought this was very this
1:15:57
is uplifting as far as I'm concerned. The school climate
1:16:00
change cup 27th report.
1:16:02
United Nations Climate Summit in Egypt has reached its halfway
1:16:05
mark. Activist staging a worldwide day of action for
1:16:09
climate justice say much more action is needed. Several 100
1:16:12
people joined a rally in Sydney, Australia, we others
1:16:15
demonstrated outside of the cup 27 talks in Toronto shake.
1:16:18
campaigners are demanding an end to fossil fuels, and they want
1:16:22
Western countries to pay compensation to developing
1:16:25
nations for loss and damage caused by climate change.
1:16:30
I mean, since I don't understand, it used to be we got
1:16:35
to do something about it used to be actually used to be global
1:16:39
warming that it was climate change, then it was carbon
1:16:42
dioxide. Now it's just carbon pretty much soon it will be just
1:16:46
QA. But not too much cough in the air. So now it's about
1:16:52
paying. Oh, you owe us money. I mean, does anyone seem
1:16:58
to have this word? It just I think it's a little more
1:17:02
revealing second half
1:17:04
black join us earlier from Sharm el Sheikh. He focuses on
1:17:07
international climate politics at the British based energy and
1:17:10
climate intelligence unit. We asked him if he sees
1:17:12
industrialized countries stepping up to offer climate
1:17:15
compensation. That's a very
1:17:16
interesting question. So obviously, if you take, take it
1:17:19
from the perspective of the of the countries most affected by
1:17:23
climate change, which tend to be the poorest countries around the
1:17:26
tropics and so on, their argument is that well, this
1:17:29
damage has been caused to us. So basically, someone is going to
1:17:33
pay for us. And if you don't, it's going to be us. And we are
1:17:36
the poorest countries on the planet. So why should we we
1:17:38
didn't cause it. Now, I think it's kind of politically very
1:17:42
difficult for countries in the Global North, to sign up to that
1:17:46
sort of agenda, because in a sense, they'd be offering
1:17:49
potentially an open checkbook. But on the other hand, this they
1:17:54
clearly recognize that they have to do something. rhetorically,
1:17:58
even the US is in the camp now of habit of saying that we have
1:18:00
to do something. But reparation, compensation, these are words
1:18:05
that you won't hear coming from the US. Some EU countries are a
1:18:09
little bit in the middle, they've put forward some pots of
1:18:12
money, Germany's put forward the big spotty money, these are 10s
1:18:15
and hundreds of millions, rather than the billions. And,
1:18:19
you know, what is it 10s? Hundreds. Sorry, I just don't
1:18:25
like this reporting
1:18:26
money, these 10s and hundreds of millions, rather than the
1:18:30
billions and potentially a decade's time trillions that
1:18:33
would be needed to justify also to settle the claims of the
1:18:37
poorest countries. So there's a lot to play for here. The most
1:18:40
significant thing is that the richest countries in Europe have
1:18:43
started to make a move.
1:18:46
But we haven't know. And that's John Kerry. His private jet.
1:18:52
Well, he's not saying anything. He's good at beating around the
1:18:55
bush. That's what he's
1:18:56
Pro. So he's a good guy now. No,
1:18:59
he's never a good guy. He's a he's a blowhard. But the point
1:19:03
is, at least we have enough sense at that level with this
1:19:06
party, that we're not going to just start throwing money away,
1:19:09
we throw money away at war, come on, no way. We're going to throw
1:19:13
money just to fix some some beaches. If somebody can't deal
1:19:17
with the erosion problem, why they can't deal with erosion,
1:19:21
there is a plan. There is a plan. I don't know if carries
1:19:24
clued into it, but there is a plan and this showed up at the
1:19:28
central bankers panel at COP 27, of which I have a clip. And do
1:19:34
you remember the new asset class? This goes back maybe nine
1:19:39
months a year and it's it's the way the big agriculture is is
1:19:45
looking at food and you know, how can we commoditize every
1:19:49
blade of grass basically, so that we can still have you know,
1:19:54
some commodity based system? No That sounds kind of vague. But I
1:20:01
remember reading about this trying to communicate what
1:20:03
they're doing. But this is this, this clip may even explain what
1:20:07
they're thinking about, it seems far fetched. But if you have
1:20:09
some kind of I don't know, digital money, it might work. So
1:20:12
central banks are also starting to understand nature has real
1:20:15
value, carbon, we already figured out. And carbon is
1:20:19
moving very quickly into a system where it's going to be
1:20:23
very close to a currency, basically being able to take a
1:20:27
ton of absorbed or sequestered carbon. And being able to create
1:20:31
a forward pricing curve Toka financial service architecture
1:20:35
and ft documentation, I just came out of a meeting this
1:20:38
morning, how we're trying to accelerate that, to be quite
1:20:41
honest not to get very boring that we're on financial topics
1:20:44
and things, but they're going to be derivatives. And you need is
1:20:47
the documentation if you want to trade a derivative in the
1:20:49
marketplace. And all of this actually matters for nature as
1:20:53
well. I'm going to quickly hand off but again, I want to talk
1:20:57
about value one more time, because the southern part of the
1:21:00
world has value far greater than large elements of the northern
1:21:05
part. And we start thinking about and putting prices on
1:21:10
water on trees on biodiversity, we find where does that sit? I'm
1:21:15
doing a lot of work out of Asia. And I say that my next door
1:21:18
neighbor, Indonesia is the left lung of the world. And
1:21:21
obviously, Brazil is the right, and Africa absolutely critical.
1:21:26
And we need their natural capital. As a system based world
1:21:31
more than we need. That 66 billion we've got sitting in the
1:21:35
basement of the Bank of England. So how do we and I'm hoping this
1:21:38
discussion today at least from a central bankers point of view,
1:21:41
and how do we start tokenizing? How do we start building systems
1:21:45
that actually create not only the value but transfer that
1:21:48
value around the world? These guys are thinking big.
1:21:55
They need a guy with a butterfly net chasing them around these
1:21:58
guys are nuts. Yeah,
1:22:01
but they don't care. They run the system. Anyway. One more
1:22:07
from this from this Mary bunch, the Dutch Prime Minister, but
1:22:11
rota he's really happy at the Netherlands role in everything.
1:22:17
I mean, there's basic the food Have you ever heard of a food
1:22:22
system?
1:22:27
Uh, no, I don't think there's jokes there I'm looking for I'm
1:22:32
not looking for to come up with one I look at Burger King.
1:22:35
No, but a food system? I guess if you're gonna say what is the
1:22:39
food system, it's like he got farmers and the farmers go to
1:22:42
the packaging and the packaging goes to the retail and the
1:22:45
retail goes to people. I guess that's kind of your your food
1:22:48
system? Well, the Netherlands thinks there's all kinds of new
1:22:53
food systems. Then here's the Prime Minister to tell us about
1:22:57
it on Zoom. So the role of businesses in the agri food
1:23:01
sector should be stimulated unable to create scalable
1:23:04
solutions. And here, I'd like to highlight a World Economic Forum
1:23:09
initiative in this regards the World Economic Forum Food
1:23:13
Innovation Hubs. These hubs in Africa and Asia in South America
1:23:19
and a Europe will allow businesses to connect regional
1:23:24
stakeholders to skill innovations. Because this is key
1:23:28
skill innovation that can address food systems generates
1:23:31
food systems challenges. And here, I'm particularly proud to
1:23:35
announce that the Netherlands will host the global
1:23:38
coordinating Secretariat of the World Economic Forum Food
1:23:42
Innovation Hubs, which will connect all other food
1:23:46
innovation hubs. And I believe this is important, because it
1:23:49
will be facilitating to create the partnerships we need. Food
1:23:56
Innovation Hubs.
1:23:58
Okay, you're right. rudas an idiot. And by the way, anyone
1:24:03
who is now in my for boat and word are the one I'm going to
1:24:06
keep looking for its people and I've seen this before they keep
1:24:09
cropping up this vague concept of stakeholders. stay frozen in
1:24:15
right to begin.
1:24:17
Yes, stakeholders. That's an economic war. Yeah, that's
1:24:21
everybody, I guess. Do you like food? Well, no. If you'd like
1:24:24
food, your stakeholder
1:24:27
was rolling a steak for sure.
1:24:29
There he is. I lobbied I Olalla up to twice Yeah, these guys are
1:24:38
nuts.
1:24:40
That guy. Wow. But you
1:24:42
know, it's kind of interesting that this country will be the
1:24:45
center. I mean, it's like food systems. Okay. We have food
1:24:49
systems challenges. Yeah, the challenge is you removing the
1:24:52
input side. So is that where the Food Innovation Hub comes up
1:24:55
with innovative advancements and technology such as I don't know.
1:25:00
No fake food, soy based rage.
1:25:05
People aren't going to put up with this much
1:25:07
longer if they have no choice they will.
1:25:10
They have plenty of choices that Dutch
1:25:12
have been putting up with the boot up with a literal Nazi
1:25:16
get their acts together and heads on stake since
1:25:19
Pim Fortuyn was assassinated, well, that Dutch just don't seem
1:25:25
to have it in them. I love them, but they don't seem to have it
1:25:28
in them. I think historically, we can agree on that.
1:25:33
Sadly, Billy had plenty of Verve 1600s.
1:25:38
Luckily, there's always some stupid celebrity that can make
1:25:41
us laugh about this whole disaster of a cop
1:25:44
actor who played to white on the office is changing his name.
1:25:47
Rainn Wilson is trying to raise awareness about climate change.
1:25:49
So rain has changed his name to rainfall, heatwave rising sea
1:25:53
levels. Exactly.
1:25:58
That's Dwight. Oh, my God, what a virtue signaling a whole has
1:26:02
Dwight from the office white leaves that that's really
1:26:10
incredible. So we have just just a little side clip your watch. I
1:26:15
got some clips for about Ukraine, we should cover that.
1:26:18
You want to do that before the break? We're running a little
1:26:20
late. Okay,
1:26:21
right after the break. I'm going to talk about her son. Okay, you
1:26:24
want to get all the door chavalla stuff, all their
1:26:26
reports. And it's kind of interesting from
1:26:28
good back. Good. I also want to do after that. After that. I'll
1:26:32
do a little FTX breakdown, which is really funny.
1:26:35
My son met a guy 2010 years ago. SBF, TX gay. Yeah, he's a local
1:26:41
boy.
1:26:42
He's on the spectrum. He's an artist. And so
1:26:45
he he my son said he I met him. And this was in regards to one
1:26:50
of the one of his friends brother is one of the top Magic
1:26:55
players in the world. Yes, it makes over a million bucks. Oh,
1:27:00
sure. And so this guy was in kind of wanted to get involved
1:27:06
in that seen at the time, and he found him to be a very arrogant
1:27:11
prick.
1:27:13
There's reasons for that, which I will discuss after the break
1:27:15
after Russia.
1:27:17
Feels like a winner. People will
1:27:19
want to stay tuned for that. Before we go there though. There
1:27:24
was something else I thought we needed to do. Oh, yes. Do you
1:27:27
have anything on Elon and Twitter just to get that out of
1:27:29
the way people always, always very
1:27:31
know. But I gotta know, on a mailing on the newsletter list
1:27:34
for Playbill, you've been to Broadway? Yes, of course. You've
1:27:38
got a anyplace in the country where you go. Yellow blade,
1:27:43
yellow booklet, so little yellow booklet that you get with to
1:27:46
play dead lists the people doing the performances. So they send
1:27:52
out their newsletters today it was we're quitting Twitter. It's
1:27:57
a center for hate. And I'm taking what are you what
1:28:02
arrogant pricks now there was a bunch of woke people got into
1:28:07
this little publication play bill and now they're quitting
1:28:11
Twitter and a half for no apparent reason. We've played
1:28:14
all the clips, they haven't changed anything but they're
1:28:16
quitting anyway.
1:28:18
Guy. You gotta love it. Well, here's the only clip I have. And
1:28:21
I have a few things to discuss this morning.
1:28:23
We're learning more about the internal chaos at Twitter after
1:28:26
leaked audio of that company wide meeting with CEO.
1:28:30
I think we just definitely need to be bringing in more cash than
1:28:34
we spend. Or if we don't do that, and
1:28:39
what is the goal line? You stopped this first I gotta write
1:28:45
this down.
1:28:46
I think you should. I think it might actually be a t shirt.
1:28:50
Make more cash than you spend Ilan that's, that's that's an
1:28:55
insight. Jack Welch al stepaside
1:29:00
bring in more cash than we spend. Or if we don't do that,
1:29:04
and and there's a massive negative cash flow, then
1:29:09
bankruptcy is not
1:29:10
a question. Within two weeks of his company takeover must moving
1:29:14
at breakneck speed firing nearly 50% of the workforce. Some say
1:29:19
Musk is trying to rally the troops but key execs who were
1:29:22
thought to be part of the new Twitter are resigning and top
1:29:25
advertisers pausing their spending until there's more
1:29:28
clarity on Twitter's direction. Another stumble the verification
1:29:32
function. After a lot of back and forth Twitter is pausing the
1:29:35
$8 paycheck mark after launching it only a few days ago. Amid all
1:29:40
the uncertainty some Twitter users tweeting misinformation
1:29:43
even impacting pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly stock on Friday,
1:29:47
the battle against imposter accounts and disinformation one
1:29:51
of many that Musk has to win to keep Twitter relevant.
1:29:55
Yeah, this is great. This is all and by the way I am. Of course
1:29:59
we have our theory don't have to go over it, but I think he's
1:30:02
just doing a galleon dialectic here. This is a problem reaction
1:30:08
which we're now in the reaction phase and I expect his solution
1:30:11
will come pretty soon. And it's going to be some complete
1:30:15
replacement. The in my mind that this verification the $8 blue
1:30:21
check I think that was a trial balloon for some reason. None of
1:30:24
that he's not serious about any of this how can you imagine this
1:30:27
guy saying that like you pointed out? Hey Listen people we got to
1:30:34
make more than we spend go guy the Eli Lilly stock I find that
1:30:41
to be specious actually bowl crowd, but I love it. Because if
1:30:46
you zoom out on that chart, I mean, they have been a rocket
1:30:50
ship. And it's like a little blip at the top of the peak
1:30:54
right now. And you're you had I'm just gonna you know, since
1:30:58
I'll never invite me on the show anyway, Beanie boy, Tim Poole
1:31:01
was like billions of dollars last nut Barrett, come on my
1:31:12
show. I was wearing my beanie this morning. So I'm all worked
1:31:17
up about it. So that's all just kind of bullshit. But obviously
1:31:22
to get on this show, QA, even his co hosts keep saying we
1:31:27
should get Adam on the show. And then it never happens. I never
1:31:30
get an invite.
1:31:32
He doesn't like you know, of course not. Because it
1:31:34
made fun of him for years. Hello. And then I stopped
1:31:37
because I'm like, I'll be nice. And then I'll get invited. So
1:31:40
I'm just go back to not being I mean, making fun of him. He I
1:31:42
can make fun of anybody I want. I don't
1:31:44
have to me, and I'm working with you. Yeah, well,
1:31:48
come on. Boy, does he expect Why do you think I show up? There
1:31:52
you go some elder abuse. That's why I'm here. Hey, love it. So
1:31:57
we will just continue to see. We will continue to see what Elon
1:32:01
does. Now there is one thing that's interesting. But so one
1:32:04
of our producers pointed out I didn't realize this idea of
1:32:10
making money for your content. So I did not know this. But if
1:32:17
you know where to go i You can't you can't search for any porn
1:32:22
terms on Twitter and get any results. If you get zero
1:32:27
results. I don't care which term you use, you're gonna get zero
1:32:29
results. However, if you go on to a Google or some other search
1:32:35
engine, and say, Here's my porn term Twitter, you will see that
1:32:40
there is an incredible amount of hardcore porn videos, pictures,
1:32:47
solicitations all over Twitter. Yeah, of course, they're
1:32:51
excluded from the algo. So I think and now this is from one
1:32:54
of our producers. Let me read his his analysis. Okay. Online
1:32:59
streamers, especially adult performers use combinations of
1:33:01
Tinder, Snapchat, Twitter and services like only fans and
1:33:04
Pornhub. to monetize. The thing that no one in the media talks
1:33:08
about is the fact that every type of adult content imaginable
1:33:10
from softcore to hardcore fetish are available on Twitter. The
1:33:13
only barrier is the site or the app asking you if you're 18.
1:33:18
Currently, from what I see, he's reliably informed. Most if not
1:33:22
all of these performers, adult and non adult post a lot of
1:33:25
teasers on Twitter and drive traffic to only fans, Pornhub
1:33:29
and other adult sites and streaming services that allow
1:33:32
for monetization Chatterbait and other similar streaming sites.
1:33:37
Again, capitalize off of Twitter performers literally have
1:33:40
Twitter, Amazon wishlist and other badges on the live feed to
1:33:44
click and ask viewers to follow them on Twitter, snap, etc. So
1:33:48
he concludes and I think this is very reasonable. Musk has to be
1:33:52
seeing the loss of revenue, hence the future long video
1:33:55
content payment, verification, etc, etc. I think there's
1:34:00
something to that match. I'm
1:34:05
not gonna argue that in any way, shape or form, I think this just
1:34:09
producer who's named Yes.
1:34:11
Are reliably informed producer
1:34:13
who probably is probably one of those, you know, we know who we
1:34:17
were as baseball cap was that way backwards? He is nailing it.
1:34:23
Yes, he
1:34:24
is. Just coined a phrase.
1:34:28
Yes, exactly.
1:34:30
So that may be one important step and think that that's a lot
1:34:33
of money. Maybe I don't know what all the fans is doing, but
1:34:36
I'm doing quite well. And of course, it's all he's all bank
1:34:40
system. So we'll see how that goes. There was one other room
1:34:43
where I wanted to report on which I thought was beautiful.
1:34:47
Is that the rumor is Fetterman may be the first to test out
1:34:52
Elon Musk neuro link when that when that when that be a cool
1:35:00
long game to have this guy right to pretend to have a stroke have
1:35:04
him win and then say I put I put the neuro link and and all
1:35:08
sudden boom
1:35:10
well I had this clip of Katie tour the tour turned her yeah
1:35:17
Katy Tur going on and on about what a great guy Fetterman isn't
1:35:21
I should run for president
1:35:23
cinnamon as a nominee at
1:35:25
some point for president
1:35:28
I know there's some variables obviously.
1:35:31
You could I just you know what he did in the in the super red
1:35:36
deep red parts of Pennsylvania and the way that he ran ahead of
1:35:39
Biden as you were saying ran ahead of Trump. I
1:35:41
mean, it just makes it makes you wonder about his future
1:35:45
right up there with other naughty or what if Elon is neuro
1:35:49
Langley What if Elon is neuro link all of a sudden works
1:35:54
right? Yeah. Yes, he's a I have to say these women at NBC are
1:36:01
Asel idiots
1:36:04
Katie Turner's got a few one of my favorites. And with that I'd
1:36:07
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q1. All right, let's go to discuss a little bit of Ukraine.
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I'm so happy to discuss Ukraine. In fact, this morning, I woke up
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and said, If only we could talk about Ukraine, my crane Ukraine.
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So we need some interpretations of what's going on. Because
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these theories and all these pundits and our people, the
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State Department they don't, they're not telling us anything.
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Good. They're no so Okay, well, let's, so I'm going to hit
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different sources and try to work some of this out. This is
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Deutsche Avella, and they got some guy they're gonna do a
1:56:32
whole day got a three parter here. The second part was an
1:56:35
optional, but this is the Hebrew hearse on his her son, the
1:56:40
Russian seemed to have left and got went over to the other side
1:56:42
of the river, the Nieper river. And which is funny, because at
1:56:46
the very beginning of this thing, back when it started,
1:56:50
there was a thesis that the Russians are just going to take
1:56:52
everything on that side of the river, and we're going to leave
1:56:55
the rest. Yeah, we're kind of doing that. But everyone thinks
1:56:58
they're retreating there that details behind your legs. And
1:57:01
when they asked Ukraine
1:57:02
Ukraine is winning, Ukraine is winning.
1:57:07
So that Google does you know there's so the trillion dollars
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we send them is for a good reason. Here we go. For son
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report, Deutsche Avila Ukraine is
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celebrating his biggest victory since the start of the war in
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February. Ukrainian troops have liberated the southern city of
1:57:21
Capstone after Russia's occupation forces retreated from
1:57:25
the area, but President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russian
1:57:28
troops destroyed the city's critical infrastructure as they
1:57:31
were fleeing.
1:57:36
Greetings from Hassan is the message from this Ukrainian
1:57:39
soldier. Russian troops occupied the city for eight months. Now
1:57:44
jubilant crowds have welcomed their own special forces back to
1:57:49
their hometown. The liberation of Hassan is also being
1:57:53
celebrated in the capital Keith. Many fled here from Hassan
1:57:57
including Volodymyr and his five year old daughters to Vanya. The
1:58:01
little girl can't wait to see her grandmother again.
1:58:06
We want to go back to her song, but it's still too dangerous for
1:58:10
my daughter. We need daycare and a school I don't know when we'll
1:58:14
be able to go back on will be rebuilt.
1:58:18
Her son was the only reasonable capital the Russians managed to
1:58:22
capture after the invasion. The Kremlin has confirmed that
1:58:26
30,000 of its troops are withdrawn from the city and the
1:58:30
region to the north.
1:58:33
Do we have an official pronunciation we have key is
1:58:38
Farsan or care song
1:58:39
curse on her son Merce on I don't know. So I'm going to skip
1:58:44
the second part of this because I thought it was kind of boring.
1:58:46
So I put the O in there for optional I'm gonna go to the
1:58:49
third which is good. And this is a one party giving us a little
1:58:53
analysis at least something we can maybe use some day. I
1:58:58
mean, the thing here is that the kind of song is basically it was
1:59:02
the only area of Ukraine Western you bro river that Russia had
1:59:06
taken hold off and that basically allowed them to
1:59:07
constantly threaten Ukraine's access to the sea ports like our
1:59:10
DSM Nikolai people might have heard of them was the Green Deal
1:59:13
sending Ukraine's food exports to the world. And they were
1:59:16
under constant threat from Russian artillery Russian
1:59:18
missile attacks. And that is now going to be that much more
1:59:20
difficult for Russia to do. Ukraine has secured its access
1:59:23
to world trade to kind of secure its economy. But this is also
1:59:28
crucial that basically the Ukrainian strategy has paid off
1:59:30
rather than sending lots of troops to die again of throwing
1:59:34
them at the Russian frontlines, as has been the tactic that the
1:59:37
Russians seem to be using with their newly mobilized troops.
1:59:39
Ukraine has basically methodically gone about
1:59:42
depriving Russian troops of their supply lines, destroying
1:59:45
bridges, destroying pontoon bridges, and basically making it
1:59:47
impossible for the Russians to resupply their garrison Fs on so
1:59:50
we've really seen them running out of ammunition in recent
1:59:53
weeks having to think three times before replying to
1:59:55
Ukrainian fire. And that basically now has led to a
1:59:58
situation where Russia had basically no what But to pull
2:00:00
out with seemingly a very limited casualties on the
2:00:03
Ukrainian side.
2:00:05
wasn't that interesting?
2:00:10
So, I think this is Russia's plan all along. Sounds like I
2:00:15
don't believe half of what they're telling what do you
2:00:18
think that
2:00:19
worst is Vladimir? Putin Putin? Do you think he is disciplined
2:00:27
enough to just take it? You go dance around, pretend like you
2:00:30
have a win. And we'll just sit here what we planned, planned
2:00:33
all along. Do you think that's what that was or what he would
2:00:35
do?
2:00:36
Well, he's kind of letting if you listen to all these reports
2:00:39
from European sources that Putin is not doing anything, he's not
2:00:43
talking about it. He's just general guy that he gave the
2:00:45
reins of control to do what he wants. And then when it's done
2:00:50
is done. And then Putin will come out and give a victory
2:00:52
speech, kind of like Bush did on the bid on that aircraft.
2:00:55
Carrier unpolished mission accomplished. And does point to
2:01:00
like, this is what we wanted is what we got. I don't know what
2:01:03
you guys are talking about was all this other stuff. Right?
2:01:05
Right. Yeah. Just declare victory. Yeah. Well, here's the
2:01:10
CBS report.
2:01:14
Russian forces free west bank of the Nieper river once their
2:01:18
stronghold. Now among the 41 settlements Ukraine has
2:01:22
recaptured in the occupied here sown region.
2:01:28
These soil drones a
2:01:30
few miles from enemy lines are using drones to hone in on
2:01:34
Russian positions. Here's Russians. Here he is he going to
2:01:39
the trench? They're now marked men. Oh, you can see the
2:01:43
Russians over here. But the Russians can also see the
2:01:51
Ukrainians Oh, further back, the artillery takes aim. Whoa, whoa.
2:02:01
Drone images captured the moment of impact. And just as quickly
2:02:08
as they came, these fighters now exposed must flee the scene. But
2:02:14
not the region, after nearly nine months of occupation and
2:02:19
atrocities beyond the southern front. It's the Russians who are
2:02:23
finally doing that.
2:02:25
Yeah, so they make it look like the drones did it man. Drones
2:02:30
was great, thanks to our drones in China. Here's a follow
2:02:35
up Russian forces now leave behind a deadly trail of
2:02:39
landmines and booby traps. Ukrainian civilians have been
2:02:42
killed when they found a landmine hit inside their
2:02:44
washing machine or underneath their bed. So Ukrainian forces
2:02:48
are now proceeding with extreme.
2:02:52
Come on. It's like the Viagra story. Who's putting a bomb in
2:02:58
somebody's dryer?
2:03:01
They should close the circle and say to all would have put in
2:03:05
booby traps and toilets. So on those?
2:03:08
Yeah, that's what's missing from the report. Yeah.
2:03:11
So when someone goes to take a dump, and they blow up because
2:03:13
Russians hate toilets. And as you pointed out, the number
2:03:21
remains the same to make it untrackable. The Pentagon
2:03:23
has announced another $400 million in aid for Ukraine. And
2:03:27
overnight, we learned the US has reportedly agreed to buy
2:03:30
artillery from South Korea to give to Ukrainian troops. It
2:03:33
comes amid concerns about troops eating into us stockpiles. The
2:03:37
US now estimates 100,000 Russian soldiers and 100,000 Ukrainian
2:03:41
soldiers have been killed or wounded in the war so far,
2:03:44
man. We haven't seen we haven't seen any of that. Dead by elbow.
2:03:51
We
2:03:51
keep hearing 400 400 this code. Somebody sent me a note because
2:03:55
I've been talking about this idea that you just keep saying
2:03:58
400 billion. And they say oh, we sent him four and a billion.
2:04:02
Yeah. 10 times. Yeah. That's going wow. Yeah. And they say
2:04:08
yeah, 400 I've heard that. No, y'all it's 400. What are you
2:04:11
talking about? Yeah. Which 400? He says a pallet of money is 400
2:04:15
billion. You have the pallet, you know that it's sent to Iran.
2:04:18
Yeah. But I don't think this is pallets of money dealing with.
2:04:22
This is not going
2:04:23
if we're going to Iran to Ukraine to
2:04:28
money laundering operation. Yes. Yes. Well, okay. That's why we
2:04:33
can't stop it because to where you're involved. Were
2:04:36
you aware that Ukraine and FTX the now
2:04:43
the day I was very aware of this and now I want to hear your
2:04:46
breakdown because this whole FTX story, interest me in the least.
2:04:51
I know and I don't want to do I do like the fact that this guy
2:04:55
walked around like a total slob, Pune beat up old tennis. shoes,
2:05:00
you know, showing his legs. Guys, like, what do you got to
2:05:04
take this guy seriously? Even Volodymyr Zelensky, it was a new
2:05:13
T shirt every day didn't wear this beat up old piece of crap.
2:05:16
Okay?
2:05:18
Again, I will try not to go too deep into the nuttiness of it
2:05:23
because there's so much on it but the base, the basics are
2:05:27
pretty, pretty simple. But I think I'll actually start with
2:05:33
CNBC. And this could not have happened to a nicer guy, one of
2:05:40
the business partners, I'm not quite sure exactly what
2:05:43
transaction there was no, he says that FTX bought 30% of his
2:05:47
business, but it was none other than Scaramucci, the mooch so
2:05:52
you can imagine what kind of fabulous group this FTX was. And
2:05:57
Scaramucci is the only clip I could find where he points out
2:06:00
the important part, we were embarking
2:06:03
upon helping him fundraising, you know, he had purchased 30%
2:06:06
of my business. And so it was as good citizens we were we were
2:06:09
trying to help them around the world when the crisis hit over
2:06:12
the weekend. I made a unilateral decision to fly down to the
2:06:16
Bahamas on Tuesday, in the spirit of helping and so you
2:06:20
caught what Brian was saying there. The original idea was
2:06:24
this is a rescue finance situation. And could we somehow
2:06:28
help, which would obviously help the entire industry. And then
2:06:33
when I got to the Bahamas, it became clear at least from some
2:06:36
of the people that worked on the legal team in the compliance
2:06:40
team that perhaps there was more going on than it being a rescue
2:06:44
situation. So when I left the Bahamas in the afternoon, I was
2:06:47
actually distressed. I don't want to call it fraud at this
2:06:51
moment, because that's actually a legal term. And none of us
2:06:54
know. And we have to leave it up to the regulators, we mostly
2:06:57
have to give people everybody a presumption of innocence. But I
2:07:01
have to tell you, I'm distressed about it. I don't like it for
2:07:04
the industry. And I would implore Sam and his family. He
2:07:08
has two wonderful parents, Joe bank and Barbara fried, I would
2:07:13
implore them to tell the truth to their investors, get to the
2:07:18
bottom of it, stop 22 tweets, but get there and get themselves
2:07:23
in front of a regulator and explain exactly what happened.
2:07:28
And if there was fraud, let's clean it up to the extent
2:07:31
possible and repair the accounts at FTX.
2:07:35
Now that's the intro this is the interesting part about this bank
2:07:39
man fried character is his parents both wait for it,
2:07:44
professors, lawyers, who are experts at financial compliance.
2:07:53
His mom, Barbara fried, she is the co founder of the quote
2:07:59
unquote, Secret of Silicon Valley group that spent or plan
2:08:05
to spend and did I guess $140 million to beat Trump. This is a
2:08:12
super PAC. And so now when you see all of the involvement of
2:08:17
politics because you get this, this SBF character and he's, of
2:08:21
course he's a genius. He's on front of Fortune magazine is the
2:08:24
JP Morgan of, of crypto. He's, he's Is he the new Warren
2:08:29
Buffett. He's testifying in Congress. And the guy is full of
2:08:34
crap at everything. He says it's it's always been a stupid black
2:08:39
box that has been very it's, I mean, it is only retail scam.
2:08:47
But it went so much further, because now he had the
2:08:49
establishment. So I mean, you can imagine that when he starts
2:08:53
to dole out $50 million for the midterm, much of which was cash,
2:08:58
but also he in order to teach politicians, he gave them crypto
2:09:04
accounts on FTX of his own schicke altcoin FTT, which we
2:09:09
call a shit coin if you're a Bitcoin doesn't matter. So if it
2:09:14
was it could be literally laundering of money sent to
2:09:17
Ukraine, going into the FT T fund that was funneled right
2:09:24
back out on the back end to democratic con it could have
2:09:26
gone anywhere. The point is, it is such a scam this thing,
2:09:31
classic Ponzi scheme, and then he had not just as exchange, but
2:09:36
he had an investment firm. And the investment firm is what
2:09:40
makes it fun because that's where client money was used.
2:09:43
They were investing in all kinds of weird future projects and
2:09:48
agricultural things, which again, has corruption and
2:09:51
kickbacks written all over it. And ultimately, this is a very
2:09:58
good thing for the so called crypto We're all because all of
2:10:00
it needs to go away. It's all in bullcrap it's all fake. It's
2:10:05
phony. It's none of it is any good except for one. And that's
2:10:09
my own opinion. Do your own research. Now, here is the CEO
2:10:13
just to take a little further. The CEO of the investment firm
2:10:18
Alameda, Alameda research. Well, she is the daughter of the boss
2:10:23
of the of the MIT labs, who, just recently, up until not long
2:10:31
ago, was the boss of Gary Gensler, who is now in charge of
2:10:35
the SEC. So you know, if you're gonna if you're gonna let your
2:10:39
daughter run this, or if she seems pretty young, I think 25
2:10:42
years old. And this is how she's talking about her business. This
2:10:47
was like some interview when she's sitting on a cot, and the
2:10:51
two interviewers are sitting around her and just listen,
2:10:54
Carolyn Allison, yeah, absolutely
2:10:56
could pull it off without my math degree. use very little
2:10:59
math. Use a lot of like, elementary school math, being
2:11:03
comfortable with risk is very important. We tend things like
2:11:09
stop losses, I think those aren't necessarily a great risk
2:11:13
management tool. Trying to think of
2:11:15
a job is just is a stop loss, a bad Chris management tool.
2:11:21
I don't know how that would be gets you out of something that's
2:11:23
going down. That's what I
2:11:25
would think example of a trade where I've lost a ton of money.
2:11:32
Well, I totally don't want to go into specifics too much.
2:11:37
So this, this one is so incriminating. Now, she's on a
2:11:41
zoom call, which somehow someone recorded because these were just
2:11:43
a bunch of nut jobs in a big penthouse condo setup in the
2:11:48
Bahamas, we're all having sex with each other and scamming the
2:11:52
world. And here's another one from her about her work at the
2:11:55
investment firm a big
2:11:57
argument sort of back in whenever it was June or July,
2:12:01
about like, should we even do yield farming at all? And I was
2:12:06
kind of like, oh, I don't know, this whole thing seems like
2:12:08
weird. And aren't there risks? Risks? And like, what if these
2:12:13
platforms get hacked? And like, it's like, such a huge pain
2:12:17
operationally? And, you know, accounting wise and all of that.
2:12:24
And, but yeah, I lost that argument, I guess. That whole
2:12:30
summer. For me, a lot of it was just about sort of readjusting
2:12:36
my expectations and being open to whatever happened. I think,
2:12:41
like, every week or so, something like weird in the
2:12:46
previous week would happen. And I was like, Okay, I was like, I
2:12:52
just like mentally, you know, adjusted myself to, you know,
2:12:55
okay, we're farming calm. And then it's like, oh, now we're
2:12:59
farming these things that are like foods, and then our farming
2:13:02
use, like whatever weird, like meta foods things. Yeah, I feel
2:13:08
like I did manage to get, yeah, I get my initial skepticism and
2:13:13
of embracing the mindset of like, Great, I'm gonna, like, go
2:13:16
out and look for like, whatever, like, the weirdest dumbest thing
2:13:19
people are talking about today. And like, that's going to be the
2:13:21
thing I'm working on.
2:13:23
So that also sounds like an out of encase to me personally. So
2:13:27
in conclusion, any, any crypto that has a CEO is going to end
2:13:34
up like this at zero. And that goes for a theory and all these
2:13:38
other things. And so it's very good that this happens, we need
2:13:41
to get all of this out. And you know, it's going to be years and
2:13:47
years of people talking about the corruption and the money
2:13:50
laundering for the Democrat Party. And this is how they're
2:13:53
going to create crypto regulation Lella that whatever.
2:13:57
The interesting thing here is, in my opinion, these children
2:14:00
are abuse victims by their parents willing abuse victims to
2:14:04
facilitate money laundering, illegal campaign finance and all
2:14:08
kinds of other shenanigans. And I think these people are so evil
2:14:13
they're gonna let their kids take the wrath for it
2:14:17
ah, course I would say that if these guys were that sharp they
2:14:21
could have ferreted away something
2:14:26
Yeah, but but they're going to do someone's going to jail for
2:14:28
this. I would hope so. But it shouldn't be their parents.
2:14:33
They're the ones that set them never gonna
2:14:35
happen because the parents are dead. You know, this is the
2:14:39
plausible deniability thing, you know? Yeah. Like your hands. I
2:14:44
didn't do that. I
2:14:44
think it's child abuse.
2:14:45
Not me. We should have said do that. What are you talking about
2:14:48
where you draw where you look I made for he's a grown man.
2:14:54
SBF needs CPS.
2:14:58
So the parents are now their parents are or just anyway, it's
2:15:02
far so good attorneys and see what happens. It's
2:15:04
fun to watch the crypto meltdown. Because it's just
2:15:10
started.
2:15:10
I get kind of a kick at it, but I didn't follow it closely
2:15:13
enough. I mean, JC did a bit more than I did because he knew
2:15:16
the guy or met the guy in the early going before you did any
2:15:20
of this stuff. And
2:15:22
he was arrogant because of his arrogant ass parents.
2:15:26
No, he was. He's like, he was sickly sanely over the top
2:15:30
arrogant to the point where he could sit on stage with Tony
2:15:33
Blair and his shitty clothes and in his beat up t shirt that
2:15:39
looks like it needed washing a pair of shorts. Hairy ass legs,
2:15:44
I gotta go, Hey, I'm telling you, this guy is on the
2:15:48
spectrum. They're all on the spectrum. It's it's a it's a
2:15:53
colony of Spectras and then the parents put them up to it and
2:15:57
let them go. And it's great. Go ahead, son. No, he's not I don't
2:16:02
think he's It's arrogant. He's on the spectrum. He's autistic.
2:16:06
Look at the guy he's been programmed. Now probably the
2:16:09
only person who's taking his defense in this but to me it's
2:16:13
like wow, this guy's got it. Just look at everything he's
2:16:15
done. He's he is autistic.
2:16:20
He also is Bill Gates.
2:16:23
Yeah, but built now okay, but this guy this is 25 year old
2:16:27
with parents who should know better I guess you're right. I'm
2:16:30
sorry. And Bill Gates.
2:16:31
Exactly. No
2:16:32
better. That's right. There you go. So okay, perfect. Well,
2:16:36
that's all we need is another one of those. But Bill Gates is
2:16:40
not gonna go to jail anytime soon.
2:16:42
No, that's for sure. He's gonna be he's been building jails just
2:16:46
the opposite with him.
2:16:50
Guys so smart. He knows what he's doing. So that's, I think,
2:16:56
I mean, there are a lot of conspiracy theories but it's
2:17:00
really not that interesting. It's just it's it was all a
2:17:04
scam. It's always been more than a
2:17:06
few Democrats are happier than lambs to be getting net free
2:17:09
money. Yeah. And then there's people like Tom Brady the
2:17:13
quarterback, famous quarterback married to Giselle bunch and
2:17:16
until she dropped him. She ditched him you
2:17:19
know why? You know why is because he lost all his money
2:17:22
and FTX she's like, by I don't think he invested a single
2:17:28
diamond personally. You probably got some stock or some some
2:17:31
tokens. I don't think he brought down ready lost 650 million I
2:17:36
don't
2:17:36
think so. He probably did a bunch of free work for him. Next
2:17:40
Door. Token auctions in God's stock that jacked up and it was
2:17:44
Yeah, okay. But apparently Sequoia has wasted his time is
2:17:48
what happens. Now is a bad reputation.
2:17:50
Sequoia Capital put 200 million in Blackrock put 200 million in
2:17:54
Ontario Teachers Association files.
2:17:56
You guys all deserve to lose the money.
2:17:58
Yeah. I agree. I agree.
2:18:03
I mean, a guy like that comes into your office is asking for
2:18:05
donor million bucks. And you give it to him. You deserve to
2:18:09
lose the money.
2:18:10
Have you seen like the VC notes about his pitch?
2:18:17
No, I haven't. I'd like to know what his pitches It must be very
2:18:20
interesting.
2:18:20
Well, apparently during the pitch, he just sat there playing
2:18:23
a video game on his laptop, which they only notice later
2:18:27
with his with his leg ticking up and down the whole time and
2:18:31
wasn't even interested in answering questions. And this
2:18:34
impressed these venture capitalists to no end. Like, am
2:18:38
I seeing the next trillionaire this guy's so badass, he's just
2:18:42
playing call of duty while during the pitch he doesn't this
2:18:45
guy's a genius.
2:18:47
You know, this reminds me of the scene from office space where
2:18:52
the guy's hypnotized into won't answer any questions. It doesn't
2:18:55
give a crap and he goes into the consultants and just kind of
2:19:01
Yeah, I don't know I don't do anything you know I just stoned
2:19:04
out of his gourd with you he's been hypnotized actually, but
2:19:07
it's acts like he's done and they think he's a genius. You
2:19:11
know for the same thing exactly.
2:19:14
This guy makes me think of what I've been trying to do and have
2:19:16
been trying to find him and I know I have his name wrong. And
2:19:19
that helped. Hopefully the troll room will help me do you
2:19:22
remember the crazy guy was the last guy to try and save Yahoo
2:19:27
with his creative pitch shanghvi or Shanky with a huge spikes
2:19:32
hair. Remember that nut job?
2:19:37
So there was a lot of nutshell No, no, but he
2:19:39
had like a mohawk and does crazy and was all the way out and he
2:19:42
would and people like Oh, this guy's the genius. He's going to
2:19:45
save Yahoo he's got he he knows what he's doing.
2:19:52
Vaguely vaguely was shanghvi
2:19:54
shanghvi.
2:19:56
Come on people. Somebody in the chat room will know Shaggy.
2:20:00
Shanky I'm so angry that
2:20:03
Shaney Sanxenxo I've been
2:20:05
trying to think of this guy's name and everything I say Yo,
2:20:09
get it. No, I won't. It's horrible. I want Xiang gate
2:20:12
Shaggy. No wasn't Shaggy, Shaggy. Some shaggy
2:20:16
Rue with his dog.
2:20:19
I can't believe people don't this guy, David Xing Xingyi.
2:20:23
Wait. Dave is shaking. There you go. Let's see images get a
2:20:31
picture of him. Yeah, that's it. Look at it. Look it up. David
2:20:37
Xing Xingyi. That's it. This guy, he was going to save Yahoo.
2:20:42
And all he did was put on a jeans jacket, made his hair
2:20:46
crazy and looked interesting. And use big words like
2:20:51
intentionality. You've seen him remember this guy?
2:20:56
I'm sure. I'm sure he used stakeholder.
2:21:01
I'm sure he did. Stakeholder. Yeah. Oh, there you go. Yeah, I
2:21:07
vaguely remember.
2:21:09
Oh, I do want rice. I wanted to play one more thing about Russia
2:21:11
because I forgot this clip. Well, and we don't have to play
2:21:14
it. But it seems that Russia is trying to get the bricks
2:21:18
together and add more people.
2:21:21
Yeah, it's a good, it's a good move on their part.
2:21:23
I mean, they could literally have half of the world's
2:21:27
resources. Do you know garland Nixon. Now, he has a talk show.
2:21:33
Listen to this. This is him just spouting off. But I think he
2:21:36
knows a lot about this. I'd never heard of this guy. But
2:21:39
listen to this clip like crap. This is pretty good.
2:21:41
Russia is involved in the military aspect of the war. But
2:21:45
there is a diplomatic slash political aspect that Russia and
2:21:50
China are involved in the war in the diplomat in the political,
2:21:55
diplomatic part of this war, Russia and China are fighting
2:21:59
together. And they have taken Africa. They've taken South
2:22:03
America, they just took Vietnam the other day. I mean, if you're
2:22:06
talking about taking Ersan, or taking, you know, severed on us,
2:22:10
or whatever, if you talk about it with the same terms
2:22:12
politically and diplomatically, just Vietnam, the US wanted
2:22:16
bases there. So Russia, and recently, there were articles, I
2:22:21
did a video on them. Mali, Niger, Haiti, Nigeria, I mean,
2:22:27
country after country. The protesters were flying Russian
2:22:31
and Chinese flags, which is their kind of way to give the
2:22:34
finger to the US and say, we've chosen sides. They've taken
2:22:38
Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia say it's going to bricks, let's be
2:22:42
honest, they've taken turkey. Russia said, Hey, how would you
2:22:45
like to make a lot of money off of, you know, your economy is
2:22:48
not doing so? Well, you know, you can make a lot of money with
2:22:50
gas. And everyone said, I'm in. So if they you hold a military
2:22:57
town here, and you hold someone in place, so you can take a town
2:23:00
over here? What did you hold the military, strong points in the
2:23:04
military so that you can diplomatically and politically
2:23:08
take country after country, region after region till it gets
2:23:11
to the point Saudi Arabia is the big prize? I think Saudi Arabia
2:23:15
is the big diplomatic economic prize, because if you're looking
2:23:20
at creating a some kind of a new currency based on a basket of
2:23:28
commodities, Venezuela, Russia, and Saudi Arabia on the same
2:23:34
team, that's game set and match and Saudi Arabia has the petro
2:23:39
dollar at that point, the Neo cons are looking over here at
2:23:44
Ukraine or wherever and you are just snatching their economic
2:23:47
heart out going for that petro
2:23:48
dollar right now. That's
2:23:49
the big one. And that's last because the Saudi Arabian
2:23:53
leaders despise Joe Biden. So I think they are they are not
2:23:58
disconnecting these and they're saying we'll take this town and
2:24:01
this town, but we'll take this country, this region, Middle
2:24:04
East, what can we get here? You know, there's a battle for
2:24:07
Pakistan. So I see them all as one and I see the Russia, China,
2:24:12
maybe Russia, China, India, are interestingly enough, strange
2:24:17
bedfellows India and China as a partner. But, you know, India
2:24:23
had a lot of issues with China. I think Russia is working hard
2:24:26
to mend fences there. And, and really, India has no choice
2:24:30
because India aspires to be a world power. And they're saying,
2:24:34
holy moly, look, what are happening to these other
2:24:37
countries, when they aspire to be a world power, the US takes
2:24:40
them out. And a cup 510 years from now, when we get on that
2:24:44
footing, they're going to take us out India has no choice but
2:24:48
to join that coalition with regardless of their issues with
2:24:52
China. They know that they're Next on the menu.
2:24:54
That's pretty meta view. Yeah,
2:24:57
you know, he's a little out of control this guy of quarantine,
2:25:01
the Saudis are never flipping over, because there's too afraid
2:25:04
of Iran and their nukes and what they're going to do. And there's
2:25:07
Russia is really tight with Iran, and they're not good. And
2:25:11
we have the intelligence capabilities to keep that from
2:25:13
happening. And we have the intelligence capabilities to
2:25:16
keep a lot of what he says from happening, including India. So I
2:25:20
don't
2:25:20
expect what does that mean? What does that mean? What does that
2:25:22
mean? That means
2:25:23
we're connected to the intelligence agencies of the
2:25:26
Saudis and ours are very close.
2:25:28
I understand. I understand that. But what what will the
2:25:31
intelligence agency does they operate now all together and
2:25:34
they stop politics? Is that Is that how the intelligence
2:25:37
agencies
2:25:38
kicked? I think they're guided a little more than this guy likes
2:25:41
to believe it? What is his his view of things is not right. I
2:25:45
think it's, I think what is right that Russia could set up
2:25:49
shop with the Chinese Iranians and South America and lots of
2:25:54
other discrepant areas and create a petroleum based economy
2:25:57
that just kick ass until we get our act together and figured out
2:26:00
that this green thing is not working out until we get our
2:26:03
battery out about that.
2:26:05
Yeah, that's the part that I like, until we get our battery
2:26:07
technology improved. We'll be fine. Don't worry about it. You
2:26:10
guys go. That's almost like MTV saying, Go ahead have mtv.com
2:26:14
We've got the AOL keyword. That's pretty much what we're
2:26:17
doing right now.
2:26:17
Yeah, that's exactly the exactly the right analogy. I do want to
2:26:21
play this clip, which is USA forces in Somalia. We have
2:26:24
troops in Africa, the US
2:26:26
airstrike on Somali al Shabaab terrorists has killed at least
2:26:30
17 insurgents. The US Africa Command says US forces hit the
2:26:35
militants in response to a request by the Somali government
2:26:38
in smartphone depot has more US forces
2:26:40
had been back in the region since May, after President Joe
2:26:43
Biden reversed the Trump ordered withdraw. There since carried
2:26:47
out several airstrikes on Al Shabaab. The insurgents who want
2:26:51
to establish a Sharia law based government in Somalia have been
2:26:54
carrying out deadly attacks on government forces and civilians
2:26:58
since 2006. Last month to incur explosions outside the education
2:27:04
ministry in Mogadishu, the capital left at least 116 people
2:27:09
dead. The blast occurred around the same place so Milius largest
2:27:13
bombing in October 2017, which killed more than 500 people.
2:27:19
The lack of reporting from the US media is staggering.
2:27:26
Yeah, it is. It's staggering. They don't care about anything
2:27:30
except Trump. I mean,
2:27:32
even the new york times have they done anything on this? Has
2:27:34
anyone at least made an effort? No. It's really unbelievable. It
2:27:41
really is.
2:27:42
I mean, I think the story could be played out in some ways, but
2:27:45
they won't do it because it's kind of an embarrassment to the
2:27:47
Biden administration. Okay.
2:27:50
Come on, you can spin a story to pin it on Trump.
2:27:54
Well, this is the amusement now this must be tough to do this
2:27:56
amusement park story in Afghanistan. Well, hold on a
2:28:01
second minutes on Trump. I don't think you can do it. Okay. In
2:28:04
Afghanistan,
2:28:05
the interim Taliban government has banned women from entering
2:28:08
amusement parks in the capital Kabul. The Taliban have been
2:28:12
tightening restrictions on women's rights since taking
2:28:15
power in August last year. A Taliban official told NHK that
2:28:19
women cannot enter such parks even if they're with their
2:28:22
children or other family members. The official cited
2:28:25
reason cases in which women were seen improperly wearing hijab
2:28:29
headscarves at amusement parks and park in central cover was
2:28:33
deserted on Saturday, and most of the rides were not in use.
2:28:37
This all started when when Trump called Megyn Kelly like you know
2:28:40
bleeding out of her wherever so it's totally trumped
2:28:43
maybe but this idea that this amusement parks are there which
2:28:47
there's really they don't want that amusement park show there's
2:28:51
no buddy at the park now go what do goes to a park without you
2:28:56
guys, do you guys sausage fest Park, everybody kind of work. So
2:29:03
those things are doomed.
2:29:04
I did hear in there a little bit about women's rights. And I got
2:29:07
a nice note from Producer Jeff about the origins of
2:29:10
reproductive freedom, which seems to be the new term instead
2:29:14
of what was it? The Reproductive Health Choice reproductive
2:29:19
health care is what it was previously now it's reproductive
2:29:21
freedom. And Jeff says there was a California Bill titled The
2:29:29
reproductive freedom, accountability, comprehensive
2:29:33
care and Transparency Act, drafted with Planned Parenthood,
2:29:39
enforced by two successive state attorneys Kamala Harris and
2:29:42
Saatva Becerra, it actually was passed and then it went to the
2:29:49
Supreme Court, and it was overturned. Probably not fair to
2:29:54
the name but he says that is where the genesis of the term
2:29:57
reproductive freedom so it is a Caliph. For new invention I
2:30:00
guess
2:30:02
well like I said the reason for it is because you can't go with
2:30:07
Joyce dead baby anymore because these guys are all in on no
2:30:11
choice for the vaccine so you can't you where you're going to
2:30:14
have one and not the other I could have one and not the
2:30:16
other. So that had to be eliminated from the lexicon. So
2:30:19
now it's reproductive freedom. And as you get incorporates the
2:30:22
word freedom, it's a genius. The Democrats have meetings to
2:30:26
create these terms that they do a much better job than the
2:30:29
Republicans do. Every so often the Republicans do something
2:30:32
that Magga sounds terrible sounds like a dog taking a shit
2:30:36
Magga it's just no good
2:30:42
okay, can I use that as the opening because that is just
2:30:45
dynamite that would get us a lot of friends to make a lot of
2:30:49
friends. Like dog taking a shit. My dog doesn't sound like a
2:30:53
maga. No.
2:30:57
Also the other thing is Deutsche will pick this one up T gray is
2:31:01
little battle going on in Ethiopia supposed to be over I
2:31:04
got
2:31:05
even more. There's even more stuff going on in Africa that
2:31:08
we're not being told about.
2:31:10
Yeah, T Grace over or not. Even though this is a vague report,
2:31:13
this report is no good either, because it doesn't really
2:31:16
conclude anything.
2:31:17
warring parties in Ethiopia have signed a deal allowing
2:31:20
humanitarian allies into the war torn region. Earlier the
2:31:24
government and commanders agreed to end a long running civil
2:31:28
conflict. Ethiopia says aid is reaching the region but opposing
2:31:32
forces dispute the claim.
2:31:37
It's, it's great. I have been thank you for letting us know
2:31:41
that this is happening in the world. And we can talk about it
2:31:46
on television America's Kareem Abdul Jabbar Van Damme.
2:31:53
First, let's do this. I got this one clip. I gotta get out of the
2:31:56
way. Yeah. Camela giving a speech to the vets. Okay, this
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