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January 29th, 2023 • 3h 5m

1525: Mask in a Bottle

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Oh no, we can't compete with this.
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Adam curry Jhansi Dvorak,
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January 29 2023 This is your award winning nation media
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assassination episode 1525. This is no agenda, dropping the
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hammer and broadcasting live from the heart of the country
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here and feed. Reason number six in the morning, everybody. I'm
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Adam curry
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and from Northern Silicon Valley where we're all saying the same
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thing Go Niners on Jesse Dvorak.
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Wait a minute. Is the Super Bowl time?
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Is this a national football championship game today?
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Okay, so we just sign up? Is it the Philadelphia Eagles? Are
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they one of the teams who will be playing in the in the Super
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Bowl?
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No, that to Superboy has yet to be determined. Oh, okay. Well
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give me the lowdown on the two championship games, these two
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champions, these champions of champions, they go play each
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other in the Super Bowl. Ah, okay. So who is supposed to be
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have two separate leagues?
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So who's playing who? And then who were the four teams left?
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Kansas City is playing Cincinnati, okay. In Cincinnati
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and Kansas City, and then Philadelphia is playing San
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Francisco in San Francisco. I'm sorry, I'm getting in
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Philadelphia. Yeah. And that game starts at noon. It starts
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shortly. And I will be doing the show. Instead of watching the
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game. That's how dedicated I am to no agenda.
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Oh, wow. We really appreciate it. I know it's I know, it's
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already hard to rip yourself away from sumo wrestling
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Sumo tournaments over the last tournament, which was the
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January tournament was terrible.
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Now, since I know nothing about sports, I get to ask things. So
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the question is why? Why he showed no nothing. Why do you
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care? Oh, I
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care because I always want to look at this from you know, from
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a socio demographic angle to see if I can determine a winner. And
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since I know nothing, it's it's probably a good way for me to
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jump in here. So we have San Francisco, we have Philadelphia,
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we have Ohio, who
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Kansas City natty Ohio, a Ohio city,
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okay. In Kansas City. I would say if all of those, the one
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that has to win, and even they may not even have a chance would
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be Philadelphia?
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Well, they all have a chance that Philadelphia is probably
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the best team of the group.
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Yeah, the reason they have a chance. The reason I say it is
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the city deserves some reward for rigging the elections.
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Don't you think San Francisco deserves the award for having
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more homeless than anybody else?
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Oh, tough one tough. Tough call here, John. I don't know what to
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do. All right. Let's just talk about sports. And we'll just
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keep on going because I have a sports clip right off the top
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that was not even expecting to do with this is a little bit of
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commentary from football from football in the United Kingdom.
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You will hear a discussion by the sports casters regarding FC
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Redding's kit kit and in the UK kit is analogous to their
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uniform. So let's listen in.
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You may have noticed a kaleidoscope of color on the
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reading kit, reading being proactive in highlighting
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climate change. The KIPP this year includes what they call the
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climate strikes, designed by Ed Hawkins, Professor of climate
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science at the University of Reading. Each of the stripes
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represents the average temperature for a single year
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relative to the average temperature from 1850 all the
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way down to 2022. You may notice that the shades of blue at the
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top indicate cooler than average temperatures, while red towards
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the bottom is towards 2022. These were the years get hotter
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than average. Climate stripes. Beautiful.
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Unbelievable. Well, I gotta claim a clip.
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Okay. Oh, good. We're on to climate change. It'd be fun to
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start off with.
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I don't have a lot of time. I do have this one. No, this is the
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climate extinction rebellion going on. In Holland.
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Hundreds of climate activists blocked one of the main roads
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into the Hague today, defying attempts to prevent that
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protest. And that has sparked concerns about restrictions on
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the right to demonstrate in the Netherlands. Many of the
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protesters waved colored flags with the symbol of environmental
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group extinction rebellion. protesters who ignored police
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orders to leave the road were picked up and care Ready to
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waiting buses and driven away? It's unclear how many people may
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have been detained. Earlier this week, six extinct extinction
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rebellion activists were detained by authorities on
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suspicion of sedition linked to calls to stage that protest.
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Oh, no. Okay, well, I'm gonna have to talk to you now. I have
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this very short ditty from Jane Fonda. Who doesn't know her who
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has not loved her in the past. Although, you know, Hanoi Jane
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was not very popular, but we all saw Barbarella and at least I
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did. I've always wanted to really like Jane Fonda is
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becoming increasingly difficult. You can take
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anything sexism, racism, misogyny, homophobia, whatever
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the war, and if you really get into it, and study it, and learn
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about it, and the history of it, and everything's connected.
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There'd be no climate crisis if it wasn't for racism.
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Come on. I mean.
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Wow. Okay. No, no, no,
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no, really. Oh, come on, man.
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We'll take it Oh, thank you today. Thank you knew it was a
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good clip.
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I didn't. Only when I heard it just now. Did I know it was it
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was worthy. But I would have accepted a borderline honestly,
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I would have taken a borderline from
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it was too funny. Because I think I'm trying to not yet to
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think we just take a moment and deconstruct what Clip of the Day
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amounts to Okay. It takes a while. It's always a surprise.
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Yes. To the other person who's anointing the clip of the day,
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either you or me. Yes. And annoying. And it's always any
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audit and stupid at some level. That's incomprehensible.
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Yeah, that's true. I really don't. I mean, she also said
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war. I mean, the war. Everything Everything is is racism.
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Everything is racism. Bah, DOJ. She looks dynamite. Still, I
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can't help much. Yeah, she's
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got so many faces, you know, they've taken so much off of her
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with these facelifts and the rest that they have a second
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Jane Fonda in a closet.
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That's right. I thought that they had, you know, they tighten
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it all up. I don't know if there's there's any big
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you don't turn it over that chunk and something off. They
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also you know, she had her a couple of ribs removed. So she
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maintained her year.
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Is that true? Yeah, I
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believe it is true. I think other women have. I think Dolly
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Parton had that done too.
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freely. I heard that. What's his name? Did it was the guy the
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singer, Marilyn Manson. That was a rumor of a long time that he
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had had rib removed so he could perform self fellatio. That was
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a really funny one.
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It's more of a back. Flexibility thing. But okay.
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I'm just saying, since we're on climate change really briefly.
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Yeah. I was duped discussed this article that said Microsoft was
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going to start shutting down your X Box to combat climate
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change. And this is why we have the best producers in the
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universe. It's like, okay, the ex boxers came out and said,
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Excuse me, what is going on is there will be a sleep mode
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always, or power on power off. So if you stop playing, it will
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power down instead of staying on, which is also annoying. I
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might point out I mean, I don't know what happens if you can
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restore
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set they adjust. They can't use that. times. That's the
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part I'm not sure of. So maybe give me a little more detail. A
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little more details on that would be appreciated when they
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call you out as a doofus. No, no, that no, they were no
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actually were quite nice. It was okay. I was into it. It's fine.
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Well, I also made an error I put a wasn't really written up in
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the newsletter, but there was a I think it was a screenshot of a
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article by 17 million acres. We have quite a bit yes, of
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Ukrainian land being bought by Cargill and Monsanto. And I had
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a comment under the clipping saying, Maybe this is why we're
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sending you to tanks to protect these guys. It turns out that
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the Australian report where that came from, it was 1.7 and
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someone in the newsroom.
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newsroom. We have a newsroom
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in the newsroom in Australia. Oh, screwed up, screwed it up.
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And then as somebody pointed out this morning on a tweet these
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days fixed it. But then they left the old headline up anyway.
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got the wrong
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thing. So there's a conflation here. There's one other thing
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that I mean I was not able to review the newsletter before it
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went out. So I have I probably would not have caught this
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anyway. Cargill, Monsanto, etc. They didn't actually buy that
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land. There was a deregulation. So all of the small small farms
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or small small companies that owned parcels of that land could
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sell up to, I think 35% of it or 35% ownership. Now, it doesn't
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mean that those big companies aren't using all of the land,
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but they don't technically own all of it. And now I'm thinking,
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maybe that's where the discrepancy and acreage comes
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from. That they own a smaller percentage, but they may be
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using all of it. But
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it remains to be seen. But you know, they're involved. Of
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course, they're involved douchebaggery is it play then?
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Then we have these you know, where to low and Santo Cardale.
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And Tao I think was the other one.
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I think this story, which is very odd. Very odd. Let me see.
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Do I have the See, I thought I had the full one. Hold on a
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second. This is wow, what happened? I thought I had that
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full clip there was, you know, the Australia apparently lost a
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capsule of nuclear material.
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Yeah, yeah, actually, almost get a clip from this story. But
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yeah,
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I thought I had the setup clip. I'm not sure what happened. Let
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me see what I thought of that. Somehow I was kind of good
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because it had pissed about that.
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So little small capsules smaller than a coin. Yeah,
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that's the part that I wanted to play. Well, this is what I want
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to play, I want to play this,
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the capsule appears to have been lost during transportation
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between mine sites, north of Newman and northeast or in
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northeastern parts of Perth. It's very small. It's around
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about six millimeters in diameter, and eight millimeters
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high.
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Now I'm going to put this under climate change. Because for me,
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this is fear of nuclear material, even though we don't
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know exactly what's in it. And I cannot believe I I lost that
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setup clip. irked about that, because they were saying oh, you
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know, it's it was last Alana along the line of 1400
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kilometers and typically we take care of it in a much better
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fashions. I'm not sure how this happened. And it kind of leads
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you to think that oh my god, it's all a mess. Now this is
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what could happen with any kind of nuclear material.
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Yeah, that's a good point. You might be right but might have
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pointed out showed movies of these guys scouring you know,
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walking along the road taking it fell out of the truck and rolled
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around. Yeah, and now they say the second may never be found.
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But they're gonna bring out some some I forgot what these things
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are called. But there's a radiation detection devices Oh,
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a
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Geiger Geiger counter. No, I got one I have a Geiger counter,
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I have a Geiger counter to know is it's called a sprint, the
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scope or something like that. It's a thing that can that sees
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radiation from a long distance and it's doesn't. It's used
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inside. I think even satellites having to sell long distance you
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can spot the hotspots.
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No, it's just got it.
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And they give you a couple of they can get one of these things
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and they can comb the area and maybe find it. There's the same
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devices that are used, I think and at cargo container places
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like the Oakland and places like that to make sure that it ships
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not coming in with a bomb.
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Well, this thing is smaller than a than a dime. Yeah, it's like
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okay, we're gonna find that oh, you won't, we're all going to
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die. And you know, right on
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cue we have radioactive as they say they can find it with this
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device. Exactly. Thank
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you. That's what I'm so surprised if either, I mean just
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this little thing. This is straight out of some kind of
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this. Predictive programming makes you feel
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like kangaroo ate it and then jumped off into the middle of
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nowhere.
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This is somehow it's predictive programming. It's a mix between
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Broken Arrow where we've lost a nuke. You know that and because
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it's kind of in Australia, you got this desert vibe. Yeah,
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right. You know, and then I'll back out back and yes,
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it gets applied for the steakhouse. You get that good
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deal
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always. And then the World Health Organization right on cue
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comes out with oh, you know, we need to have all kinds of
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mandatory medications and anti nuclear and
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radiation you're right I think this is just a propaganda stunt
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sure feels like it. I mean, they may have lost the cord that
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whatever this device, this little thing, they may have
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actually lost it but they're using it now to leverage the
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propaganda. So World
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Health Organization updates critical medicines list for
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radiological and nuclear emergencies. And this means we
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need to stockpile the stockpiles include medicines that either
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prevent or reduce exposure to radiation or treat injuries once
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exposed.
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Yeah, radiation bad. Plants good.
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So what what are we need iodine is that the is this is going to
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be a bonanza for iodine sales.
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looking at, you know, iodine supplements and as long as well
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as iodized salt, probably good enough rose. Bowl crap.
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What do you mean? It means the story is bullcrap.
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No is bullcrap that what you should everyone should be
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loading up on iodine with this little, this pill out there
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somewhere in the middle of nowhere, as if it's going to do
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anything. Well, there's also the looming walked up to it and
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dead, fiddled with it.
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There's also the looming nuclear war between the East and the
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West with the Putin.
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So that brings me to a screwy clip, which is a similar insofar
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as it seems to be a mode, you know, anything you do, let's
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bring in some way of dropping in some propaganda. And in this
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case for for purposeful reasons, and see if you can figure this
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one out. Now, we had Holocaust weekend, there was a lot of
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Holocaust information.
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Holocaust only gets a weekend.
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No, it got a day. Yesterday. It's a holocaust day. That's not
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enough.
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I mean, that's well, no, no, they should. Especially when you
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have other things that are like less important, but they had
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this Holly Hufnagel on on,
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Holly Hufnagel, holocaust. Okay. Yeah, feeling good. She
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was on PBS. She's, she's kind of striking. She's attractive
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blonde. And she ended with like bliss bleached blonde. So it
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just was a contrast on anything you've ever seen on PBS. And so
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she's there, you know, bat in her eyes to do what she's doing
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what she does, giving her little Holocaust talk. And she throws
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in a little Zinger in here, which I have I dispute, which I
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think is part of a problem. Hold
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on, hold on. I'm just looking at it. What how would you describe
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her?
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She had bleached blonde hair really superbly.
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Okay. Okay, white. Yeah, I see. Oh, I see it now. Yes, she's
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she's, she's she's got to be late. 40s
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I don't know how she doesn't look old. When she she's
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Telligent. Let's put it this way. I don't know what those
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photos show because I haven't looked at her at her pictures,
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but she's extremely telegenic. She's a better
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version of Marie Harf
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Oh, well. Yes. Are the
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glasses were there glasses? She has like glasses. She wears
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glasses. So yeah, she didn't have glasses on either. Okay.
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Oh, she's wearing got switched to the lenses Good for her.
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Set her lenses on she was bad in her eyes. And she was telling it
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like it is but there was a little piece of propaganda in
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here which I think was was a disgusting, here we go Holocaust
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week.
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What do you think accounts for this? The this knowledge or lack
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of knowledge about the Holocaust, that the survey
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found? I think there's a few
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unfortunate issues right that we're working with right now.
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And Holocaust knowledge questions are being asked by
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many different communities around the world. In fact, the
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claims conference just came out with one on the Netherlands this
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week showing just how many people the
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Netherlands again, if it's not extinction, rebellion, then it's
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the Holocaust week interesting to know,
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in many different communities around the world. In fact, the
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claims conference just came out with one on the Netherlands this
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week showing just how many people in Netherlands young
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people think the Holocaust is a myth. And so what we're up
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against is one the past of time. So today marks the 78th
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anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, in Nazi occupied
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Poland. So time is working against us and many of the
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survivors, we're probably only within the next decade will have
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actual eyewitnesses to that atrocity with us. The second
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thing is there are more genocides and more atrocities
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that have happened since the Holocaust. Unfortunately, never
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again. It has been again and again and some people might not
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connect the reality of needing to learn those lessons from the
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Holocaust needing to know that Hitler was democratically
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brought to power I call bullshit and how that can apply today.
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First Response, I'm really I'd like to see the statistic where
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they got this from that the Netherlands that the young
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people don't believe in the Holocaust. I'd really like to
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see that statistic. And secondly, yeah, never again. You
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bet. I mean, that's why everyone was so pissed off about the
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COVID lockdowns and curfews and othering if that's what she's
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talking about, okay, but I don't think it is.
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Well, what got me was the little subtle. Hitler was brought to
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power by Democratic action. When if you look into the history of
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Hitler and how he got to power by first being assigned a sign
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that chancellorship by Hindenburg and then worm in his
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way into a dictatorship. He never really was elected, per se
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and It was not democratic by any means. It was conniving and it
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was just the way it was the up he was an operator Now why would
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you say that? This was a Trump get thing this was the aimed at
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Trump. He was right he was just another Democrat if they voted
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him in Oh of course. Oh yes of course and this could happen
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here. Yeah. Firstly voted in and this could happen here is what
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she said basically,
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yeah. Which is definitely lives amongst American Jews, friends
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of ours. Very afraid. If Trump gets elected ever again then
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I'll have to move. And the best thing is they want to move to
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the UK which is hilarious. Yeah, great. Over that is funny.
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That's great over there. Well, this okay, this interesting. I
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didn't know it was Holocaust week Holocaust Remembrance Day.
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The liberation of Auschwitz. But probably not a coincidence.
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Here's a France 24 Israel update,
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ending the father crying as His child is laid to rest, comforted
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by relatives around him, his son and daughter in law are buried
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in the city of Beit Shemesh. Both the victims of Friday's
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attack in East Jerusalem, the deadliest such assault on
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israelis in over a decade. attacks that led to Prime
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Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowing a quick response. And
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our response will be strong, swift and precise. Whoever tries
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to harm us, we will harm them and everyone who assists them.
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Netanyahu also announced the next mediation process for the
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licensing of weapons for civilians, calling it a
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necessary step in the fight against terrorism 70 kilometers
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away in Tel Aviv 1000s took to the streets for the fourth week
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in a row protesting against the government's judicial reform
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plans, plans that would give politicians more control over
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the Supreme Court, for many of those protesting a violent
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Israeli response to the latest attacks is not the answer. The
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attacks were suffering from a result of the occupation, we
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need to put an end to it. We need to stop the occupation and
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build a much better democracy here.
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We have the capabilities to do it. We haven't done it before
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maybe this time, but will work.
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And I think that especially because of the attacks, we need
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to come here today, to stand together and show that violence
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is not the solution. A dictatorship isn't the solution.
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on the Palestinian side, there has been no condemnation of the
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attacks. A spokesman for the ruling Hamas militant group,
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called them a natural response to the Israeli raid on Thursday,
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which killed nine Palestinians. The Office of Mahmoud Abbas,
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President of the Palestinian Authority, insisted that Israel
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was fully responsible for the dangerous escalation.
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Right now, I'm going to make a connection between this and
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Tyree Nichols, which we have to talk about because I was getting
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emails from producers in Memphis, saying Don't tell me
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this is going to kick off here are we going to have another
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Black Lives Matter situation we have a martyr just like yeah,
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why can't George Floyd and that will then kick off you know, the
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kicked off a huge like months of unrest in the United States in
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2020, so much so that when the even the peaceful protesters
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could come out and do whatever they wanted, and didn't have to
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adhere to COVID regulations and the reason why I can tie this
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together is because I went down a rabbit I woke I woke up at
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three and it was bothering me is bothering me. When Sharpton is
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going that's like Okay, first of all, that's a flag one big flag
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big flag big trigger. Then as we're trying to do here to no
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agenda show, I see professionally printed signs.
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Okay, so now I'm going to play and do you have any clips about
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this? Was it just just for background so it's
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no I'm gonna switch when you're done. I'm going to switch over
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to Pelosi. Oh, perfect.
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So here is here's a little rundown from CBS Evening News
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disturbing
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and horrifying video of the Memphis Police speeding of Tyree
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Nichols was just made public. The city waited until this
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evening to release four different videos after schools
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were out and people were home from work. All this comes as
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five officers have been charged with second degree murder and
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kidnapping and the death of the 29 year old father, FedEx worker
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and avid photographer. The incident is being compared to
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the vicious beating of Rodney King.
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Always, always pay attention to how you've seen the picture, you
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know, in a vest on a shirt and tie I mean, this is all this is
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all trauma based programming this worker Yeah,
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but you do have two clips which will back you up. Okay, so we'll
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go back here.
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Oops
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photographer. The incident has been compared to the vicious
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beating of Rodney King by Los Angeles police in 1991
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demonstrations are already underway in the city of Memphis
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and instead Across the country, as Security is tight with police
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departments on alert, President Biden spoke with Tyree Nichols
25:07
mother this afternoon to express his condolences. Tonight he told
25:11
reporters he is concerned about the potential for violence. We
25:15
have team coverage tonight. From them starting with CBS is at
25:18
least Preston at least. Good evening.
25:21
Good evening to you major the beating has been described as
25:24
heinous and inhumane. The family of Tyree nickels says his six,
25:28
three 150 pounds frame was terrorized in this assault. We
25:33
have to warn you some of these images are very deserving
25:37
Wow, six, I didn't even realize six, three 150 pounds, it means
25:40
a stick or it was a stick. I mean, I'm six three 180 185 or
25:45
six, five, I am a little taller. Anyway, doesn't matter. Because
25:49
as sad as this is. And I've talked to my my cop buddies, law
25:55
enforcement, and they say, Well, this is exactly what you get
25:58
when no one wants to work for law enforcement anymore. Because
26:01
if anything goes wrong, you're not backed up. And by your
26:06
police chief by the city, you know, you can go to jail. It's
26:09
it's a very risky business to be in. And above everything. These
26:13
are low IQ individuals on the police forces who do this and
26:17
they're very young, and they just don't have the training.
26:19
Why do I say like low IQ because that's what they're telling me.
26:23
No one in their right mind does this job anymore. You're hated.
26:27
You have no. I mean, you might as well just it's kind of like
26:31
almost the last thing you want to do now that's how bad it is.
26:33
And this will ultimately usher in private security forces for
26:37
people who can afford it. And people who can't get to stuff
26:40
like Team scorpion and probably drones and other robotics to
26:45
police the poor neighborhoods.
26:48
It was less than three weeks after the January 7 traffic stop
26:51
turned deadly that the five now former Memphis police officers
26:55
were charged with second degree murder before the video was
26:58
released publicly. And there is new Fallout for law enforcement.
27:02
The Shelby County Sheriff announcing two deputies had been
27:05
relieved of duty pending an internal investigation based on
27:08
their actions when they arrived to the scene with Nichols and
27:11
tonight Memphis police announced it will permanently deactivate
27:15
the scorpion unit the part of the police force all five
27:18
officers charged and nickels death belong to the unit was
27:21
formed in 2021 to fight violent street crime.
27:25
Now notice they still haven't mentioned any of these reports
27:27
that the five officers were all African American, black,
27:31
whatever you want to call it these days, which is very
27:34
inconvenient because that was always the trigger with George
27:36
Floyd, do you have white cops? Black victim and it's the last
27:41
clip and then I'll break down what I learned
27:43
for the first time we are seeing the violence.
27:45
I want to lead this. So with 25 people dead in California shot
27:50
dead it's workplace violence you know, that's all pushed away.
27:56
Now this story has to be pushed by the media. It was completely
27:59
pushed by the delay of and just the hyping up of all we're gonna
28:04
I body sorry. Typing typing Yes, the body cam footage It's coming
28:10
It's coming in we're gonna put it over thing it's gonna be
28:12
terrible. You're gonna be sick and you don't watch if you if
28:14
you if you already had four hours we're waiting for our
28:18
countdown. So if this became a thing for the media, whether
28:21
it's intentional or just the nature of the beast, they were
28:23
pushing this channel by them it's intentional, but I don't
28:27
know if they were because of the hyping they did that
28:29
intentional. I maybe there I look, they're all in there.
28:34
eight holes and they should be ransomware but doesn't matter.
28:37
It's what happened. Here we
28:38
go for the first time we are seeing the violent arrest of
28:41
Tyree Nichols. What began as a traffic stop. quickly turned
28:49
violent. As captured on multiple videos tonight by the city of
28:53
Memphis. Officers are seeing pulling nickels out of the car.
28:59
Pepper spray and deploy your Taser during the struggle. The
29:04
cause runs from officers. Police took him down again. Just 80
29:11
yards from his mother's house. Then for roughly three minutes,
29:14
officers are seeing repeatedly kicking and punching nickels
29:18
while he was handcuffed during the assault. Nickels calling out
29:22
for his mother repeatedly. As nickels lay on the ground,
29:29
bloodied and bruised several minutes go by without any of the
29:33
officers administering first aid along with at least two
29:37
paramedics. Nichols died in the hospital three days later.
29:41
Alright, so again, although incredibly sad, what's going on
29:44
here is not about this particular case. Although it is
29:48
interesting how when you read the report he called out for his
29:50
mom that immediately brings George Floyd to mind as he was
29:54
calling out for his mom as he was dying on the spot likely
29:57
from a fentanyl overdose doesn't matter doesn't matter. relevant
30:01
because that's not what's being taken advantage of.
30:03
Let's play these two clips before you okay? Yeah, sure
30:07
analysis, sir. This is the same rundown but instead of being on
30:10
commercial television was on NPR, which is worse. Okay,
30:16
protests took place around the country overnight mostly
30:18
peaceful following the release of video showing Memphis police
30:22
brutally beat beating Tyree Nichols who died three days
30:26
later. Five black police officers have been fired and
30:29
they face murder charges. Tennessee State Representative
30:32
Joe Townes Jr praised the peaceful demonstrations and
30:35
called for more in Memphis and elsewhere. We have
30:38
to protest but they did it in such a dignified way you can
30:40
hear the echoes a chance of we're going to do it like mama
30:44
said. Mama says she wanted what peaceful protests.
30:48
Mama says I'll Memphis City Council member Jeff Warren says
30:51
the police force is understaffed by hundreds of officers. He says
30:55
it doesn't have enough police supervisors on the streets of
30:58
Memphis
30:58
in the Memphis Police Department. We're down 500
31:01
officers from our complement we need 2500 officers to be able to
31:06
patrol the city and we've been working on 1819 102,000 officers
31:11
so we're down by 20%. So that means everyone's working
31:14
overtime.
31:15
And today Memphis police say they are permanently
31:17
deactivating the scorpion unit that the five officers who
31:21
killed Nichols belong to. All right.
31:25
Did you have another one? Well, that clip is interesting because
31:27
it backs up the fact that nobody wants these jobs. Yes. The other
31:32
one is this one which it turns. This reminds me of the Rodney
31:37
King thing. And by the way, I saw both these these very
31:40
different very different I thought so too. I thought the
31:43
Rodney King one was a real, a real beating even though King
31:48
lived through it. And it was just different. But the the
31:56
thing that was similar it was the number of people that were
31:58
surrounding watching. And this took place with all these
32:02
events. And this is the one that is kind of interesting. This is
32:04
the Memphis, the others involved.
32:07
Other questions about what went on behind the scenes. For
32:10
instance, people are asking why the sheriff's office may not
32:12
have known until last night that some of their officers were
32:15
there that night. Also, there are questions about to fire
32:18
department employees who were also under who are also under
32:21
investigation. We're still sorting through the footage. But
32:24
it appears that two first responders did not take
32:26
appropriate action with Nichols who was clearly in distress. And
32:30
there's also the matter of this special unit that these officers
32:33
belong to. The team has now been deactivated and the police chief
32:37
has called for an independent review. On another note, anybody
32:40
who has watched the video is bound to be struck by the number
32:42
of law enforcement officials that appeared on scene, the
32:45
local district attorney who announced the original charges
32:48
against the five officers that it doesn't preclude further
32:51
action from his office.
32:53
Again, no mention of the African American nature of the officers.
32:59
Of course, it doesn't fit the narrative. And as people were
33:02
getting worried, oh, this is gonna be another black lives
33:05
matter. It's not I can tell you right now, this is not going to
33:08
happen. It is there's something much bigger going on here which
33:12
needs to be discussed. And of course, this very sad event is
33:15
being abused for it. So back to the professional signs, justice
33:19
for Tyri. The signs are all they never bashful about promoting
33:24
what they put on the signs if you look at it, and we all saw
33:27
the professional signs that as a no agenda trigger, the signs
33:31
were printed up by the Party for Socialism and Liberation. P s l
33:37
web.org. And so this, I'm gonna just gonna go down this rabbit
33:41
hole, and then we'll be done because you'll understand
33:43
exactly what is happening. And you will note you understand how
33:46
to feel at least not as anxious about another repeat of the
33:50
summer of peaceful protests. So from the program of the Party
33:54
for Socialism and Liberation, by the way, there's not there's no
33:57
one, no one has mentioned. There's no board or anything
34:00
like this. It's you know, it's just websites and they all
34:02
connect to other websites like what's the other one? Breaking
34:07
the chains.org. And it's all the same is built by the same people
34:12
let during the probably five to 10 years ago, when these signs
34:16
started cropping up. It was done by the world's Workers Party.
34:19
Yes, stay tuned. And they did the same thing. You tried to
34:24
track him down and there was this website and that website
34:27
there was it was the epitome of long tail where you're
34:30
jumping to the end. That's okay. I'll still take us down that
34:36
route. So now they have the program. So I'm just going to
34:40
that's the only real font, like three paragraphs I'm going to
34:43
read just so you understand what's really happening here. So
34:46
they're getting people onto the streets. They have the justice
34:49
for Tyrion nickels take to the streets and they have everything
34:52
coordinated all the different cities where you can we can find
34:56
a protest going on What time it starts where you're supposed to
35:02
assemble including Austin, Texas. So the Party for
35:05
Socialism, Socialism and Liberation exists to carry out
35:08
the struggle for socialism inside the United States, the
35:11
center of world capitalism and imperialism. The PSL stands in
35:15
solidarity with our sisters and brothers around the world who
35:18
are resisting capitalist exploitation and imperialist
35:21
domination. The need for the socialist reorganization of
35:25
society becomes more apparent and urgent with each passing
35:28
day. While a tiny part of the population grows ever richer.
35:31
10s of millions of workers here in the United States and
35:34
billions of workers around the world sink deeper into poverty,
35:37
monumental advances in science and technology, which should
35:40
have uplifted the many instead have only mainly enrich the few.
35:44
The great wealth society is the product of both natural
35:47
resources and the labor of the working people. Yet the wealth
35:50
is increasingly the private property of those who produce
35:52
nothing of value. The tiny class of capitalists owners, this
35:56
irreconcilable conflict defines life for the vast majority of
35:59
people in the world. The development of capitalism, as
36:02
already foreseen by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, in the mid
36:07
19th century, binds the world even more closely together.
36:10
Today, there's a vast and growing international working
36:13
class, of which the US working class is about one section. So
36:16
they've got nothing but LGBTQ bipoc videos of people saying
36:22
young people say I finally found a place to connect, I finally
36:25
found a place that I can connect. And what's great about
36:28
this, the way they write this stuff, it's hard to argue, I we
36:33
don't like big pharma, we don't like big tech, we can see the
36:36
scam of the banks. But these are the same people that were also
36:40
behind Black Lives Matter. bipoc, mainly women, Marxists,
36:46
professional Marxists. And they've got books, everything
36:49
except the actual Karl Marx book. Interestingly enough, you
36:54
know, they've got books that you can buy, they got all kinds of
36:56
different websites. And this is all sub sites of the answer
37:04
coalition. And the answer coalition, they started as a
37:10
front group for the world Workers Party. And this end, and
37:16
they actually started September 14 2001, where they organized
37:22
and they organize major anti Iraq War rallies in 2000, to
37:26
2002 and 2003. They are inherently anti Israel. They
37:32
hate cops, they hate that because they're all for
37:34
Palestine.
37:37
Yeah, it's a giveaway. It's a big so here's the check. If you
37:41
there's a checklist of things that you can see these things,
37:44
building draws right back to these answers.
37:46
And the answer Folk is an acronym for answer now to stop
37:49
war and racism. So now, if you start to look at this outfit,
37:55
and I think one of the main players may be this, Brian,
37:58
Brian Becker, Brian Becker guy, he's the co director of the
38:02
International Action Center, National Director of
38:05
International answer, former member of the World workers,
38:09
party Secretariat, co founder of the Party for Socialism and
38:12
Liberation. And there's a lot and there's a lot of
38:15
documentation who's on this, who's a part of it, including Al
38:19
Sharpton, you know, his his whole rainbow kala coalition, or
38:22
whatever it is. And so this is an opportunity and world Workers
38:27
Party is 50 years old. This is an operation and you'll see it
38:32
when you start seeing the messaging. You can't ignore that
38:36
a lot of the problems you and I would both agree with. It's
38:39
like, yeah, that's effed up, but they're giving a solution. Their
38:42
answer is socialism and Marxism. And so the problem they have and
38:48
why I do and we got to be, we got to keep our eye on these
38:51
guys. Because they're not going to succeed succeed this time.
38:54
But eventually, they just might. And you're Antifa is also one of
38:58
their you know, that's like their, their storm troopers.
39:00
They bring those in, if they need to kick off some stuff. But
39:03
the problem is, Americans will jump in and protest, police
39:09
brutality, if there's racism involved. See, that's why you
39:12
have Jane Fonda saying climate change is all right. It's all
39:15
racism. So if you don't have the racism component, which we don't
39:19
have, in this case, we have everything else. We don't have a
39:23
white cop. Americans don't protest white girls don't
39:27
protest against cop. I'm going to tell you that right now. No
39:30
protest for a cop killing a black man. Yeah, now we're all
39:34
in. So it's a fail, and they're openly openly now saying we're
39:38
Marxist and this is the way to go. So I think this is a
39:42
failure. In fact, Austin was one of the one of the targeted sizi
39:47
cities and people I know in Austin, Austin's gonna burn
39:50
tonight. They were literally 20 people on a field. You know why?
39:53
Because it's cold. This is the whole problem. It's too cold. No
39:57
one in Chicago is gonna go out and protest tonight. It's too
40:01
cold everywhere. So we're missing all of the racial
40:04
components, that timing is off. But we do have to be, and I said
40:08
it, we do have to be aware of this happening. And these groups
40:14
are a problem. And the media is all in on it. And that's where
40:20
we have to be vigilant, at least, if we want to know what's
40:22
happening in our bag had going on in our backyard. So sadly,
40:26
once again, just abused the black man, in this case, to to
40:32
move the socialist and Marxist and communist movement forward
40:36
and they're not bashful about using those words anymore.
40:40
Well, to me, that's a plus.
40:43
I mean to because now, it's easier to identify, you don't
40:45
have to
40:46
ditch the hubris on their part,
40:48
correct? Correct. Now,
40:52
there are better ways of doing it in the olden days, and this
40:54
is your writing goes back 50 years or more 50 goes back to
40:58
the international all the rest of the communist stuff that took
41:01
place in the 40s. But it's like they were they were better at
41:04
covering it. Now. They're just kind of bragging about it. And
41:07
it's not going to work because at some point, it triggers
41:11
something in the American psyche. It's really not for
41:14
communist.
41:15
Yeah, no. Yeah, no, exactly. Yeah. No, you know, it just it's
41:19
not going to work. The only thing we have to be careful of
41:22
is Antifa. You know, that's an Antifa is also a worldwide, you
41:26
know, it's not just a bunch of jerks in Portland, and Tifa was
41:30
everywhere.
41:30
It was everywhere. And they go that brings us to another I
41:34
think, I think the media being in on something, which was this
41:37
Pelosi thing. Oh, yeah. Because the media was was if you've
41:44
watched, well, I can go either way. I can start from the NS go
41:48
to the beginning, which is probably better. We can start
41:52
with the Riri. Pete of the these are on the PAP Yeah, guys house
42:00
have to Pelosi 911 call. But we'll start with the end of the
42:07
analysis, which is NBC getting rid of Alma gear, who is the guy
42:14
on NBC Elmiger, the guy with a very funny presentation voice,
42:18
who did the report on what happened? And he got Oh, right,
42:23
right. He got suspended from NBC. Because giving this early
42:28
report this is now almost I hopefully everyone out there
42:31
seeing the video. It's not much to it. But Alma gear reports it
42:35
incredibly accurately. And he gets fired for doing so by NBC.
42:41
I don't think he's been reinstated.
42:42
Sources familiar with what unfolded in the Pelosi
42:45
residence. Now revealing when officers responded to the high
42:49
priority call. They were seemingly unaware they had been
42:52
called to the home of the Speaker of the House after a
42:56
knock and announce the front door was opened by Mr. Pelosi,
43:00
the 82 year old did not immediately declare an emergency
43:04
or tried to leave his home, but instead began walking several
43:07
feet back into the foyer a toward the end and away from
43:11
police. Why Pelosi didn't try to flee or tell responding officers
43:16
he was in distress is unclear. We still don't know exactly what
43:21
unfolded between Mr. Pelosi and the suspect for the 30 minutes
43:24
they were alone inside that house.
43:28
Okay, so that was the report that got Alma gear fired
43:33
sideways. He says he's on suspension, sidelined by NBC.
43:38
And having seen the video, this is exactly what happened.
43:42
Pretty much and did he not? I see him have a drink in his
43:45
hand.
43:47
He had to keep talking about this drinking and that's still
43:51
kind of baffling. So let's listen to the let's listen to
43:55
the Depop ABC report. Got it?
44:00
This video is also disturbing. It is difficult. We're not going
44:05
to show you much of it. Officers.
44:06
Hold on stop right there. Why aren't they going to show us
44:10
much of it? You've seen the whole thing I did. What's there
44:15
what's the Why do you stop it? I mean it's it's mostly just a
44:18
bunch of cameras just guide knocking this guy Oh, and you
44:21
know, going after the guy with a hammer and then the police jump
44:24
in right away, do which is kind of contrary to early reports.
44:29
And I want to mention at this point before I get to the rest
44:31
of this. The thinking goes that the reason that NBC got rid of
44:37
it or moved Alma gear and they will they kept trying to develop
44:41
a a narrative that this was a right wing nut ball.
44:45
Yes, I remember Trump. I remember.
44:50
It was Trump, but instead the guy lived in a in a school bus
44:54
with left wing stickers all over it gay pride flags and every and
44:58
he was a socialist. You He's a socialist on the lines of these
45:02
guys that you just talked about. Answer group. Ah, he's that kind
45:07
of guy and he was going after Pelosi for whatever reason it
45:09
wasn't because of Trump or Magga. And they couldn't get
45:13
that narrative to play out like you just pointed out with the
45:16
narrative. They tried to push with this racism thing which
45:19
they have trouble with, because of the black cops, right? This
45:23
is the media. This is what we're dealing with here. These guys
45:26
are these. This is the corrupt media that are trying to pull
45:29
something on us. And so let's finish this ABC. This ABC report
45:33
with this is David mirror.
45:35
This video is also disturbing. It is difficult. We're not going
45:39
to show you much of it. Officers arriving to see an intruder at
45:42
the door holding Paul Pelosi with one hand, both men
45:45
struggling over a hammer. Obviously we're not going to
45:48
show what happens next, David to pay hitting Mr. Paula like the
45:53
obviously
45:53
part. I mean, what's obvious about how they show they show
45:57
the black man being beaten, so they don't want to show the
46:00
hammer that that beats the old white man. I mean, obviously
46:03
you're full of crap. David Muir. That's just not okay to pave
46:06
the headings. Mr. Pelosi in the head with that hammer as
46:10
officers rushed through the door tackling him to the floor. He
46:14
allegedly broke in just after 2am. That was back on October
46:17
28. Paul Pelosi was home alone at the time there you see.
46:22
Hold on, hold on, hold on. Hold on a second. What time did he
46:26
break in?
46:27
He allegedly broke in just after 2am. That was
46:31
2am. And this this body cam video was at 9:31pm. Am I
46:41
correct? I don't know the time. So well. That's what I looked
46:45
at. Because I have two video timestamps. Actually, I have him
46:48
breaking in at 5am. Not too but five is timestamp the video the
46:53
surveillance video. Could be wrong could be offset was
46:57
probably bad reporting. Let's face it. But this guy was
47:01
inside for a long time is what I'm saying.
47:04
They say he was in there for a half an hour.
47:06
If he was in at 2am. And they don't go until 9am. And
47:10
you're gonna go by those numbers. Yeah.
47:14
That's a problem.
47:18
Well, here's the Pelosi 911 Call has got a timestamp on it. Well,
47:21
we
47:22
haven't finished that report you want? Okay. Well, yeah, we'll
47:24
finish listed in the report for
47:25
October 28. Paul Pelosi was home alone at the time there you see
47:30
at the doorway. Hall Pelosi, David debate. What is the hammer
47:34
the hand connected they say drop the hammer. And of course,
47:38
that's chilling. We're freezing the video there in and of
47:41
itself. We're not going to move any further than that, obviously
47:44
our team through this at this hour obvious prosecutors say he
47:47
planned to kidnap and torture Speaker Nancy Pelosi and had a
47:51
hit list of elected officials to pay pleading not guilty to
47:53
attempted murder, burglary and elder abuse. We should mention
47:57
that authorities say it took him 16 blows and an entire body slam
48:02
just to break through the glass to get into the home in San
48:06
Francisco on that night. And once they were inside they
48:09
recovered two hammers a pair of rubber gloves and a sword on the
48:13
premises. A rubber knife
48:15
and a compass and what is all about a sword. What was up with
48:19
a sword business?
48:20
Now the thing is of course this is a very quiet part of San
48:23
Francisco and all that racket you think would have alerted
48:26
some neighbor and also they keep bringing they bring it up but
48:30
they don't bring it up enough which is the Capitol Police are
48:32
supposed to be a guarding this house 24/7
48:35
And it took him 16 blows so there you go.
48:38
So what's going on with that? They don't want to talk about
48:41
that.
48:42
At least the elites get the same crappy police that we do. That's
48:46
the good news. 911 call
48:51
yeah the 911 call this is the call that 911 received and I get
48:56
the sense that the guy he's on the phone in the bathroom it
49:00
seems as though Depop must be right there looking at him
49:04
for 2022 2022
49:11
Let me listen again
49:13
for 2020 203 San Francisco police do you need help? Here
49:28
just waiting for my wife to come back to 223 waiting to come back
49:35
to the air for days I guess love to wait okay do you need please
49:42
fire a metaphor for anything eight seconds? I don't think so.
49:50
Wow.
49:52
So odd all of so hot.
49:55
So he drops the Nancy Pelosi thing trying to trigger them but
49:58
they don't pay attention to a some But he does sort of cups
50:00
finally do show up. Now here's the interesting clip because
50:04
this I don't know this been played anywhere except locally
50:08
because his one and it says even been played locally except on
50:11
KTVU because Depop called one of the reporters in the office and
50:18
gave him gave a statement
50:21
down to passing on video striking popularity with a
50:24
hammer inside his San Francisco home. Amber Lee joins us now
50:27
with his bizarre, seemingly rehearsed message tonight and
50:31
Christina gray
50:32
seemingly rehearse Oh goodness,
50:34
David Depop called me from San Francisco County jail this
50:37
afternoon. I had originally reached out to him last year
50:41
after his arrest. At the start of our conversation this
50:44
afternoon. He told me he wanted to make a statement and that I
50:47
could record the call. Our conversation lasted just under
50:51
five and a half minutes. That's the
50:53
only piece of body temperatures have an important message for
50:58
everyone in America. You're welcome. Liberty isn't dying to
51:04
see being killed systematically and deliberately. The people
51:08
killing it have names and addresses like got their names
51:11
and addresses like to say that a little bit of a heart to heart
51:14
chat about their bad behavior
51:15
to pep offers an apology, not for the attack that seriously
51:19
injured Pelosi and left him hospitalized for several days
51:23
with a fractured skull. The apology was for what he says he
51:27
didn't get to do.
51:28
I want to apologize to everyone. I mess up. Sorry, I couldn't get
51:35
more of them. It's my own fault. No one else is to blame. better
51:40
prepare
51:40
the suspect in the Pelosi attack says that he spent all his time
51:44
exposing online what he calls government corruption, only to
51:48
have his freedom of speech silenced with his website shut
51:52
down.
51:52
I have a lot more to say. I had a website of over 300 pages that
51:57
given the pages and stuff they don't want you to hear. I'm in
52:00
the process of trying to set up a new site of tyrannical global
52:04
public fascist.
52:07
Sort shortly after the video of her husband's attack was
52:10
released. Nancy Pelosi says she will not be watching the
52:13
footage. I wasn't able to challenge the past statements
52:17
and ask follow up questions. He tells me he didn't want to
52:20
jeopardize his case to Pat face a state charges of attempted
52:23
murder and elder abuse as well as charges in federal court for
52:28
kidnapping. He has pleaded not guilty. His next court date is
52:32
scheduled for February 23.
52:36
Well, that is something I indeed have not heard. And do we even
52:39
know if it's really him? He sounds pretty put together?
52:46
I don't know. Huh? But
52:50
well, we can think of a meal that hasn't
52:51
been played anyplace else.
52:54
I've not heard it No, you
52:55
won't get I think they're hanging on to it. I KTVU. So
52:58
they can use it as an exclusive for a while, but they can't keep
53:01
that going on forever. Because they're part of the Goldie's
53:05
exchange groups and TV and print.
53:09
That guy sounds like he's right out of the PSL playbook.
53:15
Yeah, I think the way he started with your welcome,
53:19
comrade was was a bit much it would have been funny if you
53:23
said comrade,
53:24
comrades would have been good, but he didn't do that. Yeah, the
53:29
whole thing is, but what's interesting overall, is that
53:33
they suppressed the tape, they would not release this. This was
53:36
only under a court order after they were sued under foi, a bite
53:42
every news organization in the Bay Area and probably some more
53:46
outside the Bay Area to get this released. Because they wouldn't
53:50
release it. Why wouldn't they really why you saw it? How about
53:54
what welcome big deal by releasing
53:55
I have a thought? I have a thought. So they finally
53:58
released it. The timing was interesting. I mean, it was
54:03
Friday. I think they released it Friday night. Yeah, fraud Monday
54:05
released
54:06
it just before they released these. The one from Memphis
54:09
seems about the same time that Trump gave a speech.
54:13
We have a president who son's laptop from hill gets taken over
54:19
and exposes massive corruption like nobody's ever seen before.
54:24
He think the father do you ever hear this? Do you think the
54:27
father was upset? The dad I left my laptop in a repair shop. I
54:32
forgot to pick that up. And this repair guy went a little crazy
54:35
when he saw what was on it. What's the word son, every crime
54:39
that you've ever committed?
54:43
I mean, could it be something like that, that just lets
54:46
whatever we do, now's the time to release all this. So there's
54:48
no noise about Trump's speech?
54:53
Well, you'd have to know what Trump's speech was going to be
54:55
about at least anything
54:57
Trump anything Wow, they're desperate.
55:01
I'm telling you something's up out because this this, this
55:05
stupid Pelosi video, which should have been released the
55:08
next day. Yeah. Which got Alma gear who reported on it
55:14
extremely accurately, much more so than any networks now. Nobody
55:20
else reported on it as accurately as he did. And then
55:22
he got and then they took it down from the website, even if
55:25
this is the other part of that. NBC took that report down from
55:30
his own website. Yeah, so this this is a conspiracy da
55:34
there it is.
55:35
I love your theory has to be of course, why would you Why Why
55:39
did NBC take any of this action?
55:42
Because they were told to the question is who told him to do
55:45
what?
55:46
Yeah, they obviously had to be told to and they had they had to
55:50
shut up Alma gear so they put him on suspension? Probably with
55:54
don't worry about what gets you back later. No,
55:56
I think he should. He should be very careful. No small aviation
55:59
no hot. Why? Why?
56:01
There's no reason for him. Unless he knows who told him to
56:04
to. I don't think he knows anything except his report. So
56:07
he doesn't have to be worried about anything. It seems to me.
56:10
Well, he's a troublemaker regardless.
56:13
Just troublemakers do it is.
56:15
Hold on. What did they say in Goodfellas? Why take a risk? Why
56:18
take why take a chance? I can't get past this. I have to play a
56:23
little bit of this video on the homepage of the Party for
56:26
Socialism and Liberation. Now, it's like watching tick tock,
56:30
right. What? I'm sorry.
56:37
I didn't say anything.
56:38
I thought you were saying something weird. Yes. Any Party
56:40
for Socialism? What is this? What am I hearing? What is that?
56:45
Oh, I'm hearing myself back for some reason. I pulled the Jhansi
56:48
Dvorak can leave this in the show. Yes, the the stream is
56:51
still on on a browser. And so I'm
56:55
like, playing for the browser. And
56:59
I'm like, why? This is what you did a while back and I
57:02
excoriated you for it. I'm so sorry. I must repent. Alright,
57:05
here we go. Easy is very easy. Join the PSL
57:08
Yes. Oh, yes. Oh, so Party
57:10
for Socialism and Liberation to
57:12
organize alongside my community members
57:14
was looking to make a positive impact in my community.
57:18
I wanted to do relevant organizing work in my hometown
57:22
against the housing crisis, prisons and police brutality,
57:25
but also against the US is imperialist wars in other
57:29
countries,
57:30
useless. imperialist wars of the United States were devastating
57:33
for communities around the world. So once I was able to see
57:37
that there was a connection between the wars abroad and the
57:41
war on our people at home, it was very clear that I needed to
57:44
get involved. I knew that I wanted to join, join a
57:47
revolutionary party that kept in mind, everyone and everyone's
57:51
humanity, it was through
57:52
the party that I understood the source of my pain. And when I
57:56
understood that source, I want to destroy it.
57:58
I was raised, being told that all of the great problems in the
58:02
world had been solved already that racism was solved. And you
58:06
know, there were some hiccups along the way, but it's better
58:08
now. And that wasn't my experience as
58:11
a child of immigrants and seeing my family go through so many
58:14
different situations and seeing family members incarcerated as
58:17
an immigrant growing up in a working class
58:19
family and everybody they got LGBTQ LGBTQ IAP k plus they got
58:24
noodle boys, they got bipoc says immigrant immigrants it's it's
58:30
everything is in here. And it just as it progresses,
58:33
I saw a lot of hardship and struggle, I experienced a lot
58:36
fighting for fair wages, wages, health care, access to housing,
58:40
how much injustice there was happening. I grew up with my
58:43
parents, teaching me about the Civil Rights era how much of a
58:47
stain that slavery
58:49
and was kind of cool, the Asian girl grew up with parents who
58:52
told her about the Civil Rights era era,
58:55
oppression and native genocide left on the United States. Also
58:58
the interconnection of sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia
59:02
with capitalism, capitalism
59:03
is the source of all the racism
59:06
capitalism is the source of all let's back it up for a second
59:09
always comes down to that that's Yes. Can't get away with me they
59:13
besides being big boosters to the Palestinians, yep, they
59:18
don't get that personally. But that's part of it. It's always a
59:21
checklist item Palestinian and then capitalist they bring it in
59:26
as bad as the bad
59:28
if I, if I may be so bold, I think it's they're making a
59:33
transliteration or connection between banks, Jews, Israel, bad
59:39
that it's totally it's totally anti semitic. Absolutely. The
59:43
interconnection of sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia.
59:47
With capitalism, capitalism
59:48
is the source of all the racism and incarceration and poverty
59:53
that my family has
59:54
millions and millions of dollars being funneled overseas to fund
59:58
a war that can On many innocent lives, there's
1:00:02
so much happening around the world that it's just very hard
1:00:05
to digest, to have analysis that really spoke to the condition
1:00:08
that's to which I was growing up with. A big shift for me was
1:00:11
whether this is one guy, just one white guy in here with a
1:00:14
beard, and I can't find his name anywhere I look at him. I know
1:00:18
this guy from somewhere I have seen him. It's, and you can see
1:00:23
right on the homepage of pls web.org If anyone the troll room
1:00:26
might the guy with the beard. I know him from somewhere had
1:00:29
children. I didn't want to have to explain to them why I didn't
1:00:32
do something more
1:00:33
once I started to get there.
1:00:36
We both we both had children. When if we ever had to explain
1:00:41
to any kid why we didn't do more throwback
1:00:45
to Nazis
1:00:49
must be throwback. Because it's not a fact. Nobody. I don't know
1:00:53
anybody who has kids who's ever thought that they had to explain
1:00:57
why time. Sorry, son. I didn't do more.
1:01:00
But what what? Okay, how about this? What were you doing when
1:01:02
the when the earth was burning from climate change? You had to
1:01:07
you didn't do enough? I mean, it's all introduced.
1:01:11
It's and I'm never confronted with this. Well, no, because I
1:01:14
have kids that are insane.
1:01:16
Dude, we're old. We're old as wood. So you know, this is this
1:01:19
is all new.
1:01:22
We can be quite young, a good
1:01:24
popular trick and you know what I'm saying? I didn't want to
1:01:27
have to explain to them why I didn't do something more once I
1:01:29
started to get
1:01:30
I'm sorry, to PSL web.org for all of you, PSL web.org.
1:01:34
Older
1:01:36
I got a little bit more militant, no too interested in
1:01:39
socialism. Socialism
1:01:41
really is a solution to the issues that we have in this
1:01:44
country rejecting
1:01:45
the notion that profits should be placed over
1:01:49
people started to learn more about what socialism actually
1:01:52
is. And what it actually stands for.
1:01:54
Is this cooler, while you want to listen a little more?
1:01:56
Yes, it's fabulous. I like this.
1:02:00
You know, I had a good day at work. We listened to this kids
1:02:04
who are socialist, it was kind of crazy kids
1:02:07
are talking about the average they hate capitalism,
1:02:10
I determine that a revolution is the only way to actually fight
1:02:15
inequalities that our people deserve. Just realize our people
1:02:19
deserve weight
1:02:20
our people, and Elon is he's bipoc by these, these two, one
1:02:24
after another a bipoc are not a DOS,
1:02:27
but are people so he's not inclusive at all. And the whole
1:02:31
a whole schema is supposed to be about inclusiveness, and we
1:02:35
don't have a race blindness and all the rest of it even though
1:02:37
you don't want to do that for God's sake. But this we deserve
1:02:42
it thing has always been a kind of a there's a couple of items
1:02:46
that you see on TV, that the lawyers had to talk about the
1:02:51
cart, the ambulance chasers, they go, Yeah, you're gonna get
1:02:53
the money you deserve, you're gonna get the money you deserve
1:02:57
that we call that we said you deserve. That's kind of the kind
1:03:00
of annoying, but the one that really gets me the most are the
1:03:03
beauty commercials with the firm, some cosmetics company,
1:03:08
and it's the you deserve it, right? Which is like bull crap.
1:03:20
deserve what do you deserve, you deserve it
1:03:23
to actually fight for the freedoms and equalities that our
1:03:27
people deserve? Just realize the need for some sort of
1:03:30
centralized movement. And thinking about the only way that
1:03:33
revolution was going to happen was joining joining the struggle
1:03:37
that I had experienced in my childhood,
1:03:38
no other groups that I met at the time were tying the local
1:03:43
struggles against capitalism to international struggles for
1:03:46
liberation around the world. And
1:03:48
the people who you see this is this is this is this is deep,
1:03:50
these people are dangerous capitalism, these people but the
1:03:53
people were programming these children,
1:03:56
international struggles for duration around the world. And
1:03:59
the PSL is dedicated to making sure that we can all live in
1:04:02
dignity and security
1:04:03
and it turned out that PSL was the perfect organization for
1:04:07
me and being around people in the party really gave me a new
1:04:12
perspective, a deeper understanding of of issues that
1:04:16
are going on in this country this and also tying it into a
1:04:19
larger global context how to understand the conditions that
1:04:23
put us in the position that we're at are not necessarily
1:04:26
random they're things that we can analyze and be able to work
1:04:29
towards changing and create change together
1:04:31
revolution comrade giving people the knowledge from past
1:04:34
struggles and helping elevate people in each community.
1:04:37
This guy is a professional Marxist I know him from
1:04:40
somewhere the beard is back underneath
1:04:41
to become leaders leader
1:04:42
so does a great job of explaining those sorts of
1:04:44
things. And really building people into organizing a system
1:04:48
where it's US workers in charge Yeah,
1:04:51
like, no we can we the workers have to own the coffee shop and
1:04:55
not the bosses, not the bosses. Here it is here it is noodle
1:04:58
noodle Here we go.
1:05:00
things and really building people into organizers build a
1:05:03
system where it's a workers in charge and not the bosses not
1:05:07
the not the capitalists in charge these are
1:05:09
struggles that connected that
1:05:10
was the noodle boy Jack it up
1:05:13
it's it's a new noodle boy it's a new noodle boy
1:05:16
it's a worker should be in charge not the boss's That's
1:05:19
what I said. It's just like the measure what he said to I mean,
1:05:21
it's what I'm saying. Yeah, we're, we have to listen to one
1:05:24
more. Yes. Is noodle Blimey, it's the same basic noodle boy
1:05:28
is not a person noodle boy lives
1:05:30
little boy, noodle boy is a concept comrade. Noodle boy is
1:05:35
more is more noodle
1:05:36
boy concept. We
1:05:37
are all noodle boy. With a minute you.
1:05:46
For Kids,
1:05:47
there we go. I get to my pasta Glads locked and loaded. Here we
1:05:51
go noodle noodle, the
1:05:52
sorts of things and really building people into organizers
1:05:56
to build a system where it's US workers in charge. And not the
1:05:59
bosses, not the not the capitalists in charge.
1:06:02
These are struggles that connect us nationwide. And I believe
1:06:05
it's incredibly important for members nationwide to be able to
1:06:10
communicate with each other and share what's going on in our
1:06:14
communities and be able to support each other with a
1:06:17
nationally coordinated organization, we can harness the
1:06:20
full power of each person skills, talents, individual work
1:06:25
and contribute it to a collective goal that's far more
1:06:28
powerful than the impact of any one person from
1:06:31
Atlanta or California. Somebody says something about what you're
1:06:35
going through and has been through something similar and
1:06:37
can share and help
1:06:38
being a part of a national organization allows for us to
1:06:45
mobilize quickly when they're uprising.
1:06:50
Here it is used to stormforce to mobilize quickly when there's
1:06:53
uprisings and protest. This is Marxism This is
1:06:56
to mobilize quickly, when there are uprisings, protests and it's
1:07:01
only through struggling together and fighting together. That we
1:07:05
fighting.
1:07:06
Fighting, fighting. That's that's it's getting Trump
1:07:09
indicted, man, you got to be careful what you say and
1:07:11
change this in an organized and revolutionary party.
1:07:14
It was really only once and it was the joining.
1:07:17
Can somebody stop? Can somebody get a copy of this? Because I
1:07:21
don't think this is going to be up that long.
1:07:23
It's on YouTube. It's embedded on their website and it's on
1:07:26
YouTube. So YouTube embed Oh, it's gonna be you kidding me?
1:07:31
This is not gonna
1:07:32
this is a this is not a they're not doing this right. Well,
1:07:37
hold on. Versiv. Are you are you saying that the curry Devorah
1:07:41
consulting group should perhaps get involved so we can help our
1:07:44
comrades do it? Right.
1:07:46
They're not doing it right. I, at least the way I see it. I
1:07:49
mean, I may be old fashioned. But I think this is too much.
1:07:53
What would you recommend to would you recommend?
1:07:56
They've got to back off? I mean, this is ridiculous. What? I
1:07:59
don't know what I think this is the YouTube mentality. And they
1:08:02
figure I think, or not YouTube, but tick tock, I think you've
1:08:05
got you caught that early. This is like a tick tock thing. And
1:08:09
it's like these short little snippets, but there's too many
1:08:12
of them. And it's one I mean, it's like, they made their
1:08:16
point. They made their point, like halfway, not even halfway,
1:08:20
way too long.
1:08:21
It's way too long, way too long.
1:08:23
And quit beating it up now. And now it's not because they're
1:08:26
doing it's such a lot. They're doing it in such a lengthy
1:08:30
manner that I think is giving away as they're they're giving
1:08:35
it away. They're giving away the the nastiness of
1:08:39
it. Oh, yes. This is this is why I was so God when I found all
1:08:42
this last night like, Oh, this is this is not to be messed
1:08:45
with. They're messing it up, but they couldn't get it right. And
1:08:48
they had empty fear. Yeah. And they have Antifa might as well
1:08:52
play it out since we've been doing it.
1:08:56
It hasn't been too easy. Yeah, it's taking up a lot of time,
1:08:58
but it's good. It's good stuff change
1:09:00
this in an organized and revolutionary party.
1:09:02
It was really only one solution for me and it was to join a
1:09:05
revolutionary party that uses Marxist Marxism Leninism as if
1:09:11
Marxism and Leninism as a science
1:09:14
now you know what might be going on here? If you sat down and
1:09:17
actually watched it? I don't think anyone could stomach This
1:09:20
by the way, especially the Tick Tock generally, they can put it
1:09:22
this too long. But let's just say it's possible at this whole
1:09:26
thing. We've been interrupting it a lot so it doesn't have the
1:09:29
same effect. You thank God and you sat down and watched it it's
1:09:32
possible it has some hypnotic action. Yes, comrade. And by the
1:09:39
end you're kind of bug eyed, you know? Yes, yes. Comrade I need
1:09:44
to
1:09:44
join the Revolutionary Party. I need a party that is
1:09:47
revolutionary that can mobilize
1:09:48
Marxism Leninism as a science to help us analyze our current
1:09:52
situation. I have
1:09:53
a much better understanding of
1:09:55
capitalism. More seriously after his balls dropped You're
1:10:01
understanding the history of socialism.
1:10:05
talking over all the important details of why PSL is for you,
1:10:08
comrade,
1:10:09
I have a much better understanding of socialism, the
1:10:12
history of socialism, the
1:10:13
art of the PSLs mission is to educate the working class, teach
1:10:17
people about how we organize, and also teach the lessons of
1:10:21
previous movements.
1:10:22
As a member myself, I've really learned how to be able to
1:10:24
support not only my community, but also to be able to support
1:10:28
my workplace and understanding how to be able to struggle
1:10:30
together. If you're
1:10:31
interested in joining the PSL I would highly encourage you to
1:10:34
check out the website Yes, a web.org. Get in touch with your
1:10:37
local branch speak to you know PSL members about the work that
1:10:42
they do
1:10:42
meet the comrades in the comrades let's hear what people
1:10:45
have to say. He should
1:10:47
meet the comrades,
1:10:49
comrades
1:10:51
here that Robert De Niro is doing a new movie, meet the
1:10:54
comrades instead of Meet the Parents. This is crazy comrades
1:10:58
in the PSL go to some events, hear what people have to say.
1:11:02
See how the party supports its community. Be ready
1:11:06
to challenge yourself and be ready to grow more than you may
1:11:10
think you can. It's not a light thing to join the party and you
1:11:14
need to be ready to be committed, you will grow in such
1:11:17
a short amount of time in terms of being a community organizer.
1:11:22
Yeah, being a socialist as
1:11:24
free as you can get. You are never going to be fully free.
1:11:27
While we live under the system of capitalism.
1:11:29
I'm glad I joined the party when I did because I have I feel like
1:11:32
I have a very clear vision of what needs to be done in this
1:11:35
country. And
1:11:36
we need to start mobilizing now because the politicians are not
1:11:39
going to save us the people can only say that
1:11:42
I hope that anybody watching is motivated and ready to join the
1:11:45
Party for Socialism and Liberation because we need you
1:11:48
know, now just thinking because you know, Tina and I always
1:11:51
saying Why would they do this? Why Why would you purposely
1:11:55
destroy your city? Why'd you destroy communities? And now it
1:11:58
makes sense. Like the penny drops. Of course. Everyone hates
1:12:03
what's going on in this country. I like prefer to say our
1:12:06
country, everyone hates us going on in their own country. That's
1:12:10
why he says that I think it doesn't matter what country
1:12:13
you're in. You're probably dissatisfied with the bankers
1:12:17
with the big pharma with big tech with the politicians is
1:12:20
really easy. You see in decay you're seeing. Yeah, so how
1:12:26
should
1:12:27
the media push in it?
1:12:28
Of course, that's that's the they're the they're the true
1:12:32
enemy. I'm sorry. I'm sounding like Trump, the enemy of the
1:12:35
people but it is really true that no matter where you come
1:12:39
from, all the things these comrades are saying is you can
1:12:43
identify with except for the whole Marxist Leninist communist
1:12:48
bullshit now that bring children will be very easy like oh, well
1:12:54
this is cool group over here. You know, the hater unions. I
1:12:57
like it.
1:12:58
That's how you get people joining the Krishnas. Same thing
1:13:03
the Christians don't I don't think they have an auntie fi
1:13:05
unit. But okay.
1:13:08
Now I want to play this clip. Just as a little side clip.
1:13:11
I'm all sweaty from this, by the way, this is like this is
1:13:13
horrible.
1:13:15
I thought you were always sweaty. Yeah. Can you find that
1:13:18
you had to dig dig in this from a few shows back I didn't,
1:13:20
didn't get played. But I want to play this because this is
1:13:23
important. And and this clip is called immigration, but I
1:13:29
spelled it by M M. I h so that should be easy to find.
1:13:35
It's just immigration. Am I what?
1:13:39
i i m m i IMMIH ration from Venezuela.
1:13:50
Wow, that's one of the best misspellings you've ever had.
1:13:54
Sorry, excellent. Here we go.
1:13:55
The number of migrants crossing the Darien Gap has nearly
1:13:59
doubled from the year before. That's according to the
1:14:01
International Organization for Migration. The area lies between
1:14:05
Colombia and Panama. It's estimated that close to 250,000.
1:14:10
Migrants made the treacherous crossing on their way north and
1:14:13
2022. Panama's data says the number was around 130,000
1:14:18
migrants and 2021 and that migrants were mostly Haitian
1:14:22
than now Venezuelans are dominating the flow accounting
1:14:26
for more than 150,000 crossings last year.
1:14:29
It's a record for 2022 only Venezuelans worth 150,000 during
1:14:35
a year only, which is close to the total in 2021. It was a
1:14:40
drastic change almost immediate, Phillip Iesus, all from
1:14:44
countries where situations are critical due to several reasons.
1:14:48
The US has recently been trying to make the journey less
1:14:51
appealing. The Biden administration said it would
1:14:53
manage the surge in Venezuelans crossing the border with a new
1:14:57
program. It will now accept up to 24 1000 Venezuelan migrants
1:15:01
at US airports and they have to pre register through a
1:15:04
government website. Those who cross the border illegally will
1:15:08
be sent back to Mexico.
1:15:10
Okay, now, these Venezuelans aren't leaving Venezuela because
1:15:15
they like communism. This is you don't want these people coming
1:15:22
into the United States. If you're trying to switch over to
1:15:24
a socialist system, they're not going to do it. So
1:15:27
send them back. Ah,
1:15:29
and now we get in tough on immigration, aren't we? Send
1:15:34
them back? Wow. They're not the communists we're looking for
1:15:38
good callback to that clip.
1:15:40
I don't think we even played it do we
1:15:42
know never did?
1:15:45
Well, there you go. We've we've solved all the we've solved the
1:15:48
riddle. Now. People got to look at the solutions to the problem
1:15:52
because it's, it's a problem. This problem.
1:15:55
Yes, the schools.
1:15:58
I'd like to slide into COVID through Big Pharma with a fun
1:16:02
little fun little thing that's going to taking place here. This
1:16:09
is we've talked about ozempic. ozempic is the Oh call Oh
1:16:17
ozempic The so called diabetes drugs it was being that is being
1:16:23
prescribed off label. So that people who probably don't have
1:16:28
diabetes, it's being used as a weight loss drug is very
1:16:31
popular. In fact,
1:16:32
it was brought up on one of the award shows recently by that
1:16:36
comedian woman and she brought it up as part of her model
1:16:40
that comedian woman Rosie O'Donnell. No.
1:16:44
The blonde Schumer. No, no, no, it should know the one that was
1:16:49
on II that was that was having sex with the boss and got too
1:16:53
far in her career because of it.
1:16:57
I want to know and Chelsea Handler was she know she was on
1:17:01
an award show. Okay, I'm glad I missed it. So this is a runaway
1:17:06
hit. runaway hit. There are some problems, some problems. But
1:17:11
watch how the today's show is I don't know which hour this is
1:17:15
but watch how the today's show takes this takes a what appears
1:17:20
to be a problem with women who really probably don't even need
1:17:25
the weight loss drug ozempic which is not a weight loss drug
1:17:29
it is in fact a diabetes drug and turn it into an ad for women
1:17:35
to take more this is this is mind boggling
1:17:38
for months. It's been the talk of tick tock people losing why
1:17:41
the way to talk of TiC tock Are you kidding me now? That's a
1:17:46
good one. I like some
1:17:48
of tick tock. There's no such thing but
1:17:50
it is now the talk of tick tock for months. It's
1:17:53
been the talk of TiC tock people losing weight right there. You
1:17:56
know, it's an ad when someone says that, don't you? It's the
1:17:59
same it's for months, it's been the talk of tick tock. But that
1:18:04
can only be because it's an ad. I
1:18:08
wouldn't have thought of it as an identifier, but I think it
1:18:10
could be
1:18:11
for months it's been the talk of tick tock people losing weight
1:18:15
on diabetes drug ozempic But now social media is flooded with
1:18:19
complaints about some unwanted side effects.
1:18:22
Have you heard about these complaints from the unwanted
1:18:24
side effects Young?
1:18:25
No, but I'll bet you they're gems.
1:18:27
It hurts. It literally hurts my stomach side effects can include
1:18:31
you're gonna miss it if
1:18:33
you talk over it, and vomiting according to ozempic
1:18:36
manufacturer Novo Nordisk, but another common issue is
1:18:40
something being called ozempic face
1:18:42
yeah. ozempic face Now we're cooking with gas,
1:18:46
a loss of facial fat that can leave the face looking aged
1:18:50
almost deflated at first Natasha for Loki was thrilled with her
1:18:54
weight loss results on ozempic Once considered clinically
1:18:57
obese, she lost 68 pounds. But when she looked in the mirror,
1:19:02
she didn't like what she saw from the neck up as the weight
1:19:06
goes, her face does go and you do get a little a gauntness Dr.
1:19:11
Paul, Jared Frank is a dermatologist in New York who
1:19:15
coined the phrase ozempic face after seeing many patients
1:19:18
following significant weight loss by
1:19:20
the way this dude is yeah, he's he's dressed in a suit. dark
1:19:25
dark sports jacket, dark sports jacket, dark, like black shirt
1:19:29
underneath opened one button too far.
1:19:32
Is this specific to those drugs or is this a result of rapid
1:19:36
weight loss? I
1:19:37
think it's a little too
1:19:37
early to tell. I think it's true of all forms of rapid weight
1:19:42
loss but we're learning so much about these medications right
1:19:44
now. They can similar drugs haven't been studied in people
1:19:48
with what is considered a healthy BMI. Novo Nordisk who
1:19:52
also makes the higher dose will go V which is FDA approved to
1:19:56
treat obesity says in part, Novo Nordisk does not promote suggest
1:20:01
or encourage off label use of our medicines when used off
1:20:05
label the drugs can cost upwards of $1,000 a month for now
1:20:10
Natasha plans on using filler to combat ozempic face but says she
1:20:15
would all again thank God we had these amazing doctors that can
1:20:19
help us add a little bit of sugar back
1:20:23
wow to get your juice to get your juice back into you know
1:20:26
this is it this report is interesting to me because I saw
1:20:30
some celebrity recently
1:20:34
Jane Fonda
1:20:36
No, it wasn't definitely was not Jane Fonda so old who knows what
1:20:40
she really looks like. He's always just some random
1:20:47
celebrity and I looked at him I said, this person doesn't look
1:20:50
right. And it was their face, their face looks their head
1:20:54
looks smaller, to face did not have the right looks look about.
1:20:59
And I'd had to I would say that facial fat would probably have
1:21:02
something to do with it. And I think I witnessed ozempic face
1:21:07
on someone. It was very noticeable.
1:21:09
So now we're back to the studio. And this one was a 10 minute
1:21:13
reports only pulled two clips of the setup which you wish you
1:21:16
could have said there's two medications from the both from
1:21:19
the same company. And you have the really powerful one, which
1:21:22
is if you actually have if you're obese, overweight, if
1:21:27
you're obese, and you have diabetes, or you're you're
1:21:30
you're on the way out as you're leaving this earth, so that can
1:21:34
be prescribed. But this other version, the ozempic that's
1:21:39
really off label. So off label, you have to pay for it out of
1:21:42
pocket. It's expensive. There's some there's some shilling for
1:21:47
Medicare to pick it up, you know, but but now we get into
1:21:50
the studio. Now they bring in a doctor we've never seen before.
1:21:55
And she she's not dressed no coat, no lab coat. She's
1:21:59
dressed, sharp, sharply dressed sharp dress woman with gold
1:22:03
Chanel chains around her neck. I mean, it's like, whoa, why is
1:22:09
she doing this? Well, here's her pitch
1:22:11
ozempic face. I mean, I guess that's what they're calling it
1:22:14
on tick tock. I
1:22:14
mean, is this just a function that people lose weight and then
1:22:17
their face loses weight as well? Definitely what we call
1:22:20
antiseptic faces more like last loss of elasticity and sagging
1:22:23
of the skin. But this is not exclusive to a setback. This is
1:22:27
not caused by the drug not caused by the weight drop, it's
1:22:29
exclusive to weight loss of any source
1:22:31
is dizzy ozempic cause rapid weight loss is that what's
1:22:35
happening? Is that why their faces are sagging like that? No,
1:22:38
well, in theory, it shouldn't. And this is where the expertise
1:22:42
of the prescriber is key,
1:22:44
the prescriber, the prescriber, whoever that is, I mean, a
1:22:48
doctor, I guess a prescriber, could it just be some dude on
1:22:51
the corner, there's a prescriber, by teeth
1:22:52
of the prescriber is key because of the rapid weight loss which
1:22:56
should not be happening we should have slow gradual,
1:22:59
gradual way low.
1:23:00
So the more of the drug you get, the faster
1:23:03
you drop the wait. So what
1:23:06
is happening here they are, I see what's happening, they're
1:23:09
plugging the hell. They're
1:23:11
telling women, you gotta go, we are product is so dynamite. You
1:23:15
gotta go easy. So you gotta go slow. Take it easy. You love
1:23:20
this drug, as long
1:23:21
as it turned into a wave if you keep it if you overdo it, that's
1:23:24
rational way low. So the
1:23:25
more of the drug you get, the faster you draw it. Wait,
1:23:29
this is disgusting, what you're playing.
1:23:31
I'm so glad you like
1:23:33
it will cost more weight loss. So the key is to start slow.
1:23:36
Always. It's
1:23:37
a diabetes drug. A couple of them are I think there's one
1:23:42
that's approved for weight loss or obese patients. And there's
1:23:44
one that isn't because prescribed off label, you have
1:23:47
prescribed an off label, but not for people who need to lose five
1:23:50
pounds. No, definitely.
1:23:51
There's guidelines on which medic on which patients we can
1:23:53
use this medications. And if we stick to the guidelines, they're
1:23:56
very straightforward strict to the guidelines. The guidelines,
1:24:00
basically.
1:24:00
And there are so many people, we keep hearing stories that people
1:24:02
with diabetes who say I can't find my medicine, I actually had
1:24:05
a friend who just said I'm still trying to find it. Yeah,
1:24:07
don't worry, because you need to go to the other drug. You see,
1:24:10
you should go to the other drug that is really for you if you
1:24:13
have diabetes, which is also questionable, and that doctor
1:24:17
went earlier went on to say it's really a basically it's really
1:24:20
your genetics. It's really genetics, which is easy to
1:24:23
change with the mRNA gene therapy. It's all it's all
1:24:27
coming together. It's all coming together. So let's roll right
1:24:34
into some. Where are we at the time? Yeah, let's roll. We're
1:24:37
gonna do one donation segment again today because it's just
1:24:40
reasonably short. Okay,
1:24:41
what I have I have in my head a total number of donations, and
1:24:45
if it was below that we do one donation segment. Cool. I got
1:24:48
the value but the total Yeah,
1:24:50
I have zero meetup report. So
1:24:54
the meetup survey Mimi mentioned this to me that she says
1:24:57
nobody's meeting anymore. They're all doing rest.
1:25:02
We'll talk about that later. Hey, have you considered the
1:25:08
Party for Socialism and Liberation Party? Come on
1:25:11
comrades, comrades. Here's an advertisement from the Pfizer,
1:25:18
heart failure and still experience on results symptoms,
1:25:22
heart failure and seemingly unrelated symptoms like carpal
1:25:25
tunnel syndrome, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, and
1:25:30
lower back pain could mean something more serious called
1:25:33
ATT RCM, a rare under diagnosed disease that worsens over time.
1:25:38
So it's important to recognize the signs. Sound like you call
1:25:43
your cardiologist and ask about ATT RCM
1:25:48
ATT RCM. This was I think the the the clip custodian found
1:25:53
these for me and there's another one here.
1:25:54
If this were the real COVID-19 I would be in real trouble because
1:25:58
I have asthma.
1:26:01
And I have depression environment. We'll play that in
1:26:03
a moment. I'm sorry. Let's go back to a what is it? I forgot
1:26:08
what it's called.
1:26:10
Att RCM TT
1:26:12
RCM Yes. Att Rs. That's what ATT RCM is. It's a very long
1:26:19
technical name. There is here what is it? It's trans trans
1:26:28
written amyloid cardiomyopathy, which is an under under
1:26:34
diagnosed and potentially fatal disease of the heart muscle. Of
1:26:38
course, you know, it's a protein that called a trance, Ty Retton
1:26:44
that normally circulates in the bulk bloodstream becomes
1:26:46
misshapen builds up in the heart, nerves and other organs
1:26:49
sound like a spike protein to me. So when these amyloid
1:26:54
deposits build up in the heart, the walls can become stiff,
1:26:57
making the left ventricle unable to properly relax and fill with
1:27:02
blood. So you're obviously Oh, there's two types. You have
1:27:05
hereditary? Oh, yeah, of course, you're born with it. You're
1:27:09
hereditary, which can run in families. There's a variant in
1:27:14
this trans trans retin gene, which results in amyloid
1:27:20
deposits in the heart, nerves, etc. Symptoms may start, excuse
1:27:23
me as early as age 20. As late as age 80. It's more common in
1:27:29
localized parts of Portugal, Sweden and Japan. However, there
1:27:33
are a number of variants if it's if it's, if it's genetic, make
1:27:37
it sound like it's a virus variants in different parts of
1:27:43
the world. One an all in one and 25 all African Americans and an
1:27:49
older patients it may be misdiagnosed. It's horrible. So
1:27:53
what risk factors for hereditary ATT RCM family member with ATT
1:27:57
RCM or heart failure because it's the same thing? Age 50 or
1:28:00
older? Ah patients are primarily male. And that coincidence? You
1:28:08
know, 20 to 80 primarily male and African Americans. The wild
1:28:14
type at GRC M. So there's a wild type that sounds that sound like
1:28:18
it's a virus to you. The wild type
1:28:23
and you know, you're gonna have to get to the point. Is this a
1:28:28
cover up for the shot? Well,
1:28:29
that I think that's what it is. And the only Okay,
1:28:33
so they're dreaming up stuff that is so obscure that they you
1:28:38
know, is that very seldom diagnosed? I'll get so you have
1:28:41
to ask your doctor. You by the way, who is your cardiologist?
1:28:49
Who asked your cardiologist? How many people have a cardiologist
1:28:54
and why wouldn't the cardiologist already know about
1:28:56
this?
1:28:59
This is because you didn't ask him? Yeah, well, so I'll get to
1:29:02
the point that one everyone's following you get to the point.
1:29:05
Correct. Thank you. There is thank God there is a medication
1:29:11
for this. The Vax Vin Vinda quell and Vinda. IMAX both made
1:29:20
by
1:29:21
Pfizer Hey, exactly.
1:29:23
And do you have a plan yet?
1:29:24
If this were the real COVID-19 I would be in real trouble because
1:29:28
I have asthma. And I have depression. I have diabetes.
1:29:36
And I struggle with my weight for us. COVID is a whole
1:29:39
different ballgame.
1:29:42
In fact, you could be one of almost 200 million Americans
1:29:46
with a high risk factor that makes COVID even riskier
1:29:51
which is why you need to be ready and have a plan. Other
1:29:54
risk factors including heart disease or being an active even
1:29:58
being over 50 or being A smoker complete with serious risks
1:30:04
could then be used to
1:30:06
go to no plan to a.com and know your risk factors, then make a
1:30:10
plan.
1:30:11
Because if you get COVID on top of asthma like I did, the last
1:30:15
thing you want to do is wait and see. Be ready. And ask your
1:30:21
doctor about treatment options that may help.
1:30:24
So everything leads back to COVID. You need a shot for
1:30:27
everything. medication for everything is everything,
1:30:29
everything everything. Luckily, luckily, the results are in of
1:30:35
the by Vaillant vaccine. I mean, if you thought for some reason
1:30:40
that thing was killing people. Oh, no, no, no. Dr. Jen Ashton
1:30:45
from ABC that will it had is bringing us the good news.
1:30:48
Okay. Jen Ashton joins us now live in Los Angeles. Dr. Jim, we
1:30:51
got a lot to talk
1:30:52
about. There's an updated, you know, booster that has shown to
1:30:55
be effective for those fully vaccinated.
1:30:57
Right, so the CDC just releasing their latest data on the by
1:31:02
valent COVID-19 Booster. They looked at healthy non immune
1:31:06
compromised adults here in the US from early December through
1:31:10
mid January, and really tracked did they get infected with COVID
1:31:14
19, this new variant? And if they did, how sick and did they
1:31:19
receive the booster? Were they vaccinated? Or were they
1:31:21
completely unvaccinated?
1:31:23
So they did a trial. Basically, they did a trial after everyone
1:31:27
was told to take it and it's on the mark and the data
1:31:29
on this by Val and booster you guys got a really good showing
1:31:32
fit. Excuse
1:31:33
me, that is you can't say you guys anymore. And the data on
1:31:36
this by
1:31:37
valen booster you guys is really good showing 52% efficacy in
1:31:43
automatic COVID thinks
1:31:46
52% We're number one
1:31:48
going 52% efficacy in symptomatic COVID-19. So
1:31:53
remember, that's not 52% effective in preventing us from
1:31:58
getting infected at all, just severely ill. And that's really
1:32:03
important that is estimated to result in saving 1000s of lives
1:32:08
due to COVID and
1:32:09
proven negative. When she said you can stop that. If
1:32:14
you don't tell me what to stop. I'm going to play the last six
1:32:16
seconds
1:32:18
to get boosted. But the data looks pretty good on this new
1:32:22
buy valen feature sorry, you're
1:32:23
bored with my one minute clip?
1:32:25
Oh, what she's saying is that thing doesn't work. And they
1:32:30
think he prevents hospitalization or whatever if
1:32:32
the 2% based on what you can't prove a negative you can't
1:32:36
unless you're doing a double blind test. You can't prove that
1:32:38
it's baseless, you take the exact same individual, split
1:32:42
them in half, and give one to shot one the other let him both
1:32:45
get sick and see which one gets the worst of it can't be done.
1:32:49
The data is in you guys. Were even questioning it. 33 second
1:32:54
tag.
1:32:55
Now I know these were
1:32:56
self reported results. What does that mean? The accuracy goes.
1:33:00
Wow. So so self reported various reports, no good. self reported
1:33:08
trials for Pfizer? Good?
1:33:11
Well, I mean, you're now you're thinking like an epidemiologist.
1:33:14
It's important because obviously when self reporting is in there,
1:33:18
there can be bias there can be what's called collection bias or
1:33:21
selection bias. But still right now, it's just important for us
1:33:26
to get data on how these vaccines and boosters are
1:33:29
behaving in the real world and analyze that data and report
1:33:32
that data. So bottom line, it's it's really holding up pretty
1:33:37
well against the new variant.
1:33:40
I don't know she draws that conclusion at the end. No, okay.
1:33:43
Bottom line is great.
1:33:44
Actually, though dead finish of her sucked. She's gonna come out
1:33:49
to promote this thing. And she can't say works pretty good. She
1:33:52
can't do that. That's huge. She's got to come out again, is
1:33:56
a consulting company. Yes. She should have come out said it's
1:33:59
unbelievably effective.
1:34:01
Yes. It's so crazy. You want safe? Yes.
1:34:05
By the way, when are they going to make the switch? You know,
1:34:07
they're going to do it to work hands keep saying safe and
1:34:10
effective, safe and effective without reversing it at some
1:34:12
point in the future. So it's effective and safe.
1:34:17
Oh,
1:34:18
why? Why have you seen this switch yet?
1:34:20
Why? Why are you expecting this this switch?
1:34:23
Because you have to at some point, people get immune to safe
1:34:27
and effective, safe and effective, safe and effective.
1:34:29
And you have to reverse it to get them off the rhythm. And so
1:34:34
that so they're not questioning authority,
1:34:36
and they're not questioning safety. You put safety so it's
1:34:39
effective and safe. Yeah, I think that's a good point. If we
1:34:43
were if we were advising them that's what we'd say time to
1:34:45
make they've
1:34:46
already switched. Yeah. Oh, yeah.
1:34:48
Can we be billionaires although they'd be on our
1:34:51
young longer game than we can imagine. This could be going on
1:34:54
for decades. So here's my five year point they'll switch it
1:34:59
goodbye. Five years of COVID.
1:35:03
Thing is the final one. Dr. Anthony Fauci retired, retired,
1:35:06
as we all know,
1:35:07
but he didn't you know, he's not he's out of the picture. He's
1:35:09
retired you. There's no possible clips from him no after January
1:35:12
1,
1:35:13
no, except in the CBS except for the CBS interview.
1:35:18
In a very, very rare case, some of the mRNA vaccines can cause
1:35:23
as self limiting, almost invariably benign,
1:35:28
almost enveloped by bla bla, bla, bla, bla, and inflammatory
1:35:31
response in the heart, which generally resolves in a very
1:35:34
short period of time, it is very rare. And you compare that with
1:35:41
the negative effects on the heart, by myocarditis,
1:35:45
pericarditis, which is inflammation of either the heart
1:35:49
muscle or the covering of the heart, and heart failure and
1:35:53
heart medical problems. Overwhelmingly COVID itself
1:36:00
causes that in a dramatically higher rate than the relatively
1:36:06
benign mild myocarditis that you might have with a vaccine, which
1:36:10
is very, very rare. Oh, wow.
1:36:15
Which the plot he switched it? Yeah, CO is you get COVID. If
1:36:19
you're okay, let's start, go back, go pre vaccine. What is
1:36:24
COVID? Do it cause this kind of those cytokine attacks because
1:36:28
you couldn't breathe your ventilator weren't delayed or
1:36:32
ventilator, put them on the vent, Do this, do that. And then
1:36:36
you find later steroids would have done the trick instead of
1:36:38
the event, and you would have kept the patient alive. But
1:36:41
those were the early treatment specialists who knew what they
1:36:43
were talking about how they were real. So now all of a sudden,
1:36:46
myocarditis starts to show up in the population long after the
1:36:51
vaccine was released. Not before, but after.
1:36:56
Yeah. Oh, we'd learned the word. I didn't even know the word.
1:36:59
Yeah, I didn't either. You're right myocarditis and the other
1:37:03
one Perrier carditis, were both brought into the lexicon after
1:37:06
the vaccine attributed to the vaccine, and now he changes it.
1:37:12
But they still have to throw something out there to keep the
1:37:15
conspiracy theorists interested excited and talking ABC new
1:37:19
study
1:37:19
finds autism rates are spiking across the country, tripling in
1:37:23
New York and New Jersey since the year 2000. The study found
1:37:26
doctors are getting better at diagnosing the disorder in kids
1:37:29
with average or above average IQs. But researchers acknowledge
1:37:33
unknown genetic and environmental factors may also
1:37:35
play a role in the increase. One report found 83% of the risk
1:37:39
comes from genetic factors.
1:37:42
Okay, this is new. How do we have a pot guy to go on like
1:37:48
this? You could go on how do we have a population that had a
1:37:51
certain percentage of autism. And it's always been kind of
1:37:55
stable and and all of a sudden, the genetic structure of the
1:37:59
entire society has changed to such a degree that this is the
1:38:02
problem.
1:38:03
I would say that, you know, this is there's a big red herring in
1:38:06
this because the term autism is as we know, according to DSM,
1:38:11
DSM, five, six, whatever we're at, it's a spectrum. So the idea
1:38:16
I think is everyone is on the spectrum one way or the other,
1:38:20
and we got a drug for you. Now you have autism. This is what
1:38:24
the prescribers will be diagnosing. You have autism,
1:38:27
here's a cool drug for you. I think that's more at play than a
1:38:32
lot of meat. Autism has increased at astronomical rates
1:38:36
with the with the 71 vaccines that are on the schedule. I know
1:38:41
who I'm an anti Vaxxer fine, but I'm just looking at that data.
1:38:44
But this to me says you know it gets a whole spectrum thing was
1:38:47
I'm on the spectrum Look at me, look, I get 20 twitches
1:38:50
Tourette's, I'm on the spectrum. Tourette's is probably I'm on
1:38:54
the spectrum. So I needed a drug drug.
1:38:56
He tried to put everybody in this picture. So I guess one of
1:38:59
the schools or something tried to put I'm sorry, a door. I'm
1:39:02
neurodivergent
1:39:03
I'm sorry. Someone Wait, someone's trying to do this to
1:39:05
Theodore.
1:39:06
Yeah. And which is a joke. If you've ever run into this kid.
1:39:10
He's just runs around like a maniac. He's high energy pays
1:39:13
attention to everything. He's, he's dicking. Me. He's anything.
1:39:17
It's just the opposite of what it is I've ever thought of as
1:39:20
autistic. He's not quiet, that's for sure. And so they got pissed
1:39:26
off about
1:39:27
it. And I might say that you are no help to calming him down.
1:39:31
You're sure you are goading him into all kinds of stuff. Oh,
1:39:34
yeah. Well, that's what grandfather's supposed to do.
1:39:36
What's the latest? You've done?
1:39:38
What's the latest? Say they were first besides the Russian car
1:39:41
crash that he really liked.
1:39:42
Didn't tell everyone about that. You told me off air about that.
1:39:45
Oh, yeah.
1:39:46
So I saw he wants to watch TV and they don't like him watching
1:39:49
TV. So I put him on. Check this out. So they find go to YouTube,
1:39:54
which you can get on the regular TV. And I said let's watch this.
1:39:59
I find a good Long Russian car crash video and dash cam the
1:40:04
Dash Cam dash cam Yeah, Russian dash cams. And so he's, he's
1:40:08
watching this with me. They're watching it. And he says, Oh,
1:40:12
wow, look at that he's all jacked up about some of these
1:40:15
wrecks. And so well the parents weren't real pleased was with?
1:40:21
Of course not. But he did next time He comes over he says, Hey,
1:40:25
granddad, can we go watch some more Russian car crashes?
1:40:31
I want to be when I grew up, I want to be a granddad just like
1:40:33
you. Oh, you will be I hope so. Yeah. Bring me bring me your
1:40:38
grandchildren quickly. All right. Couple more here. This is
1:40:41
Meet the Press. I think he's, he's a little bit out of the
1:40:45
loop are my friend Ostara Hoff, Osterholm? Osterholm? This is
1:40:51
Yeah, bear with Chuck Todd, Meet the Press. Michael Austin,
1:40:53
what's a realistic COVID policy when it comes to testing,
1:40:56
masking and physical attendance by workers?
1:41:00
Well, let me just say at the outset, my goal is to see
1:41:03
everyone get COVID Twice a year in this country now, having been
1:41:07
nothing more than common cold like illness.
1:41:10
Did he say what I thought he said, Oh, yeah. He wants
1:41:13
everyone to get COVID twice a year. Look, he
1:41:17
Why do you think he wants that? He knows that the vaccines are
1:41:20
not effective, and probably not safe. I mean, they're effective.
1:41:24
And
1:41:24
did he actually say Yes, listen,
1:41:26
because he don't you understand what he's plugging. Here, comms,
1:41:32
just listen to it's only 33 seconds.
1:41:34
Oh, what's a realistic COVID policy when it comes to testing,
1:41:38
masking and physical attendance by workers? Well, let
1:41:43
me just say at the outset, my goal is to see everyone get
1:41:46
COVID Twice a year in this country, but haven't been
1:41:49
nothing more than a common cold like illness, that would be
1:41:52
really a victory. So what we're trying to do right now is
1:41:55
eliminate severe disease, hospitalizations and deaths. If
1:41:58
you're going to be in public places, where are you no good
1:42:01
respiratory protection in 95. And if you do get ill make sure
1:42:05
you get medical care immediately so that you can avail yourself
1:42:08
to the antivirals,
1:42:09
packs low bid packs low, but he's promoting packs.
1:42:13
They're giving a weight, which in this case is spokes hold. We
1:42:16
know that for a fact. Yeah, there is packs locally. He's a
1:42:19
frontman. So he's actually pulling back from the vaccines.
1:42:23
Yeah, because well, because he wants you to get caught. And I
1:42:26
thought it was just me. No, no, no, no, he wants you to get
1:42:30
COVID Twice a year and then use back antivirals and this now, I
1:42:35
don't even want to get a cold twice a year. Why do you want to
1:42:38
get COVID? Twice? Why would I want to get sick? What's wrong
1:42:41
with me that I'm getting sick twice a year like this?
1:42:43
What's wrong with you, comrade? Seriously, I mean, that's his
1:42:48
dream. It was his dream, you should fulfill his dream. The
1:42:52
Conrad has a dream. And the end result is Bill Gates. So he's
1:42:57
out on the on the road. Again, this, I think, is from his
1:42:59
Australia trip. And he's explaining why these vaccines
1:43:03
don't work. But don't worry, we're gonna fix that. It's easy.
1:43:06
I'm Bill Gates,
1:43:07
we think we can also have very early in an epidemic to thing
1:43:11
you can heal. That will mean that you can't be infected a
1:43:16
blocker on kill blocker. We also need to fix the throw man
1:43:21
an inhale blocker, it's like, it's it's masking a bottle. I'm
1:43:26
thinking of the promotion. No more. And Mommy, I like this 895
1:43:32
Now don't worry to me, we've got masking a bottle challenge, you
1:43:39
MIB
1:43:39
an inhale blocker. We also need to fix the three problems with
1:43:43
vaccines, the current vaccines are not infection blocking.
1:43:48
They're not broad. So a new variants come up, you lose
1:43:51
protection. And they have very short duration, particularly in
1:43:54
the people who matter, which are old people and every one of
1:43:58
those things is is fixable. In fact, doing that work is going
1:44:04
oh,
1:44:04
why did you laugh when he when he says that? Doing that work
1:44:07
and hear it play it again? Okay, so he's talking about that
1:44:10
they're fixing it, they're fixing it doing that.
1:44:12
And every one of those things is is fixable. In fact, doing that
1:44:17
work is going to help vaccinology very, very broadly
1:44:22
doing that work. So it's no work or is a lot of work or it's
1:44:26
expensive work or he's already done the work.
1:44:30
Why don't get that one. Why would he laugh about that?
1:44:34
That's all I have from COVID Do you have anything? I gotta fix
1:44:40
your
1:44:41
rubbers, man. Nothing that's gonna top that thing you were
1:44:45
all fun. You didn't fix your rubbers again. Did you? I gotta
1:44:48
call you and remind you to do this. It's so annoying. You go
1:44:51
so annoying. You are
1:44:53
right. You are totally right. Well, we got
1:44:57
we need to take a break. So if this is I am
1:45:01
close. No, I do. Now listen to this after the break, I do have
1:45:06
a real news story. Oh, well,
1:45:08
ladies and gentlemen, if we're talking about real news, then
1:45:12
where's my back to real news? Here it is. And now back to
1:45:17
real. We'll get back to real news in a moment after I say in
1:45:21
the morning to you, the man who put the C in the new hit
1:45:25
television series. Meet the comrades ladies and gentlemen,
1:45:29
here he is. Please say hello to my friend on the other end Mr.
1:45:33
John C.
1:45:37
He pushes a button to get this effect. Mr. Adam curry in the
1:45:41
morning all ships to see boots on the ground feet in the air I
1:45:43
do with my voice. All the names, the nights, the food and the
1:45:48
ground for bed, boots in the air and Dames at nighttime.
1:45:52
In the morning to the trolls and the troll room. I do push a
1:45:55
button for that. That is That is correct. That the trolls have
1:45:59
been active today. I wonder how many there are now if you don't
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know what a troll is go to troll room.io. And you'll find out
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So no agenda. No agenda stream.com It folds right in
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You find them at new podcast apps.com. It's pod verse, we
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This is a new format that has kind of kind of been invented in
1:46:59
a way in an odd way where people are doing podcasts live on a
1:47:05
stream just for what like we've been doing for more than a
1:47:08
decade. It's almost like our live studio audience. We have a
1:47:11
chat room, and you record it. And then it's the same app that
1:47:14
you get the podcast and it's a beautiful system. We need to
1:47:19
thank the artists bringing us up here who bought us the artwork
1:47:24
for episodes. What was it? Oh, no. screw that up. 1524. We
1:47:31
titled that one climate terian which is a real word. We didn't
1:47:34
even know it. The artwork for this was a huge hit. This was a
1:47:39
runaway smash from corrector record. The no agenda, eat your
1:47:43
dog, dog food, which and it's the people were were posting
1:47:50
replies with memes of dogs looking really frightened.
1:47:53
Because that's what did it. It's the face of the dog on this
1:47:57
packaging, which there was other stuff we'll talk about in a
1:48:01
minute who had
1:48:01
a dog. I mean, did you use any kind of what tool he used to
1:48:06
make that? But yeah, is it warped?
1:48:10
It was fantastic. Now, neither of us noticed. And I'm still
1:48:15
uncertain if it was a spelling error or intentional. The side
1:48:19
of the packaging, what you do and in a typical no agenda,
1:48:22
artwork fashion, you put our name somewhere. Adam curry and
1:48:25
John D. Dvorak for dog. That's what I thought. But Was that
1:48:30
intentional?
1:48:31
I correct. The record knows better. So he probably was
1:48:34
intentional. I
1:48:35
think it wasn't I like the way he commented on it. I kind of
1:48:39
got the feeling it was an accident. It could have been,
1:48:42
but neither of us caught it. That's the thing. That's nuts.
1:48:46
Yeah. Yeah, you go long sigh editors have to just amazing
1:48:50
they can do their job. Well, and the way it works is right after
1:48:53
the show, the artists got us a best dog cast. I think that's
1:48:57
funny.
1:48:58
The artists had been busy making art during the live stream it's
1:49:01
already come in is already a number of pieces there. So
1:49:04
that's really how the how it works. And if you go to no
1:49:07
agenda, art generator.com You can see all of them all that
1:49:09
were submitted. This is a lot more than we can use for obvious
1:49:12
reasons except for Dred Scott with our chapter images on those
1:49:16
new apps. And I mean, there was one other I think it was the
1:49:20
chicken that was
1:49:22
chicken chips was the competitor and that's the first one we
1:49:25
chose actually we chose the chicken chips. And then we kind
1:49:29
of looked around some more and then there's it last
1:49:32
out we could not help that the dog just made us laugh every
1:49:35
single time we looked at it the dog is
1:49:37
funny this is funnier. Yeah, it was it was laugh out loud funny.
1:49:42
So I use the excuse I said this when we did the discussion I
1:49:45
said I'm going to say I'm gonna say it goes yet networks would
1:49:51
have won with the chicken chips. If the chips were photographs as
1:49:55
opposed to drawings. So like a real bag would be
1:49:59
honest Some chicken chicken process plastic chicken
1:50:03
chips. Yeah, wood that's a great piece the plastic chicken
1:50:07
shipped was outstanding. So he liked that too.
1:50:10
But to eat your dog was just it nailed it. Thank you very much
1:50:14
to correct the record as well for the sorry, John NTD is cool
1:50:19
from, from the artist. That's That's correct director he
1:50:24
throws down a an awesome piece of art. And I said it don't use
1:50:27
that word lightly. But then also just makes a little little thing
1:50:31
just to say, maybe that was programming. I'm going to butter
1:50:34
him up first. And apologize for NTD
1:50:37
Well, that would work if we looked at the artists names as
1:50:41
we looked at the art. Oh, but generally we don't point Good
1:50:45
point. We look at art pick the best piece and then we
1:50:50
and you bizarrely bizarrely said how ship shims was was
1:50:54
interesting, but
1:50:55
I liked the houses shims a lot.
1:50:57
It's not you can't even see any of it not legible. It's
1:51:01
completely for art. And for unusable.
1:51:04
It was I just thought it was hilarious.
1:51:08
Yeah, was there anything else that we that we considered and
1:51:11
I think that was about it thinks that was about it.
1:51:15
The tank Paper Scissors didn't quite get it. But I liked it but
1:51:19
didn't get it. Yeah, that's it correct to record. Thank you
1:51:23
very much for for participating. I know that you got a lot of
1:51:27
congratulations. And it was just one of those. We just I look at
1:51:30
it right now. And I still have to laugh, I cannot help myself.
1:51:33
Congratulations with your win well deserved. And thank you to
1:51:37
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executive and Associate Executive Producers right off
1:52:26
the bat, as we kick it off with a gene Harris. Wow, who's in
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Winter Park, Florida 1525 A show club donation that has not
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happened in months. Oh, thank you. Jean Harris in a barren I
1:52:44
should say in the morning from the Baron of the backwardation
1:52:47
and contango time for a quarterly show number donation.
1:52:50
See I told you months. It was probably him the last time
1:52:53
trying to cheer up John who seems a bit down this month. A
1:52:57
Klaus Schwab jingle would be nice. Do we have Klaus Schwab
1:53:00
jingles?
1:53:01
No but we definitely need one let me see show you are easy
1:53:06
bugs would be what do I go for?
1:53:09
I have happy swans No, that's not him. Once here we is
1:53:13
molding. There we go. He's molding. We have that. What else
1:53:17
do we have from Schwab? Klaus Schwab? No, no, no. Do we have
1:53:21
Schwab bugs? Ah maybe of bugs? No. Do we need one eat the bugs?
1:53:26
Let me see maybe eat the bugs we have eat the bugs. Eat the WoW
1:53:32
eat the bugs. No, sorry. Don't have we didn't eat the bugs. We
1:53:36
had good eats the bugs. But this morning in the morning will have
1:53:41
to suffice for now. Otherwise, no karma. No jingle sorry. Thank
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you very much.
1:53:46
Sir otakus next on the list is in Flower Mound, Texas. I've
1:53:50
been there $100,000 There's a little something to show my
1:53:56
support for the best podcast in the universe. Sir. Oh, taco Duke
1:53:59
of the Northeast Texas and the Red River Valley is
1:54:02
in his You must be getting close to Grand Duke I think
1:54:07
or something just let us know. Thank
1:54:09
you, sir otaku?
1:54:10
Do I least arch duke he
1:54:11
should do these deputies. Duke of the Northeast Texas in the
1:54:15
Red River Valley no agenda shows. Go ahead. Sorry. Go
1:54:18
ahead. Go ahead.
1:54:19
So we are discussing changing some of these.
1:54:23
No correction. A producer suggested it. And I forwarded it
1:54:27
to you. And you said you want to discuss it. We weren't
1:54:32
discussing anything.
1:54:34
Well, we only just we do our meetings in real time. So we
1:54:37
actually
1:54:38
were discussing now is our meeting Yes. Yeah. Okay. What
1:54:42
was the No,
1:54:43
I he said that maybe you should he did the numbers. He ran the
1:54:47
numbers. He ran the numbers. And he says the $1,000 knighthood
1:54:51
donation in today's dollars if after 15 years is become worth
1:54:56
row 75. Yeah, So we've been cheating he says he thinks it
1:55:02
might be appropriate after running the numbers because of
1:55:06
inflation to change the knighthood donation to 1275 and
1:55:11
I just throwing that out there for discussion, but now we'll
1:55:14
continue with the reads
1:55:15
I have one it's not a discussion if I don't get to say anything.
1:55:19
Oh, seemed like it to me. I'm okay with adjusting that. But
1:55:24
not until we can put it on our new website.
1:55:27
Oh, that's coming up in the first quarter. Okay, that's
1:55:31
so that's when we can talk about us that will be necessary we
1:55:35
can't just change it without changing the website.
1:55:37
But I think people should be aware of that is it's up for
1:55:39
change and getting why you can
1:55:45
ever the marketer Well done, sir. No agenda shop. We don't
1:55:50
talk about them often enough. I would say no agenda shop is a
1:55:54
great little outfit that we have no paperwork with no agreements,
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just like everything else with the no agenda show. The no
1:56:00
agenda shop will work with artists who put up the art on
1:56:05
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them at no agenda. shop.com Now, the only thing we said don't put
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our heads on anything because you know, that's just weird. We
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You hurt me by saying that minus 10 point really
1:56:55
is I mean, we should send a donation back after that. Sharp
1:56:59
D F sharp D F r and t sharp D from different sharp different
1:57:05
Ah, there you go. I have not looked at it yet. A new podcast
1:57:08
karma for you. Of course. I'll give that to you.
1:57:10
You've got karma.
1:57:13
I think you put the pod thing in there.
1:57:15
Of course he did. Just to hurt me as a guy now. By the way, if
1:57:18
you need t shirts or hats or mugs, this is the place to go.
1:57:22
Yep. Graham wolf in new Wichita. There was no agenda shop but
1:57:27
there's just no agenda shop.com Isn't it? Yes. Graham wolf in
1:57:31
Wichita, Kansas. You think he'd put that in there? 62334 Adam
1:57:35
and John this is contribution from my father and finally able
1:57:38
to claim a knighthood on my birthday. January 29. Not sure
1:57:43
he's on the list, but he might be. I'd like to request hatch
1:57:47
green chili salsa. It's a brand hatch I believe hatch green
1:57:52
chili salsa for the roundtable.
1:57:54
Well hatch chilies is a brand, right? The actual the actual
1:57:57
chilies are called hatch chilies.
1:57:59
But they're hatched chilies Yeah,
1:58:01
I don't know if that's a brand or sort but I've had theirs
1:58:04
spicy.
1:58:05
Thank you both for your courage and passion and long lived the
1:58:08
best cup podcast in universe Graham Wolf. It's the birthday
1:58:12
list. You know,
1:58:13
I was just about to check and what do I see? Yes, on the list.
1:58:19
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for.org/in A. Alright, John, I'm going to set up the meetups and
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everything and you can move it on
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down. So we got the I gotta read off these names. Yes, you do.
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Lynwood, Michigan. 12345. Nice donation, birthday for short cat
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redecker in Great Falls, Montana. 100 Ryan Edmonds in
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Santa Monica. Oh, Santa Maria, California. 100 you also
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Moscow, Idaho. Kind of we're in 100 Sure, Kevin McLaughlin hits
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gonna have to go back and check out like know how many in a row
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in Austin, Texas. 808. And he needs a D douching.
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he's listened to 1000 shows. Sir herb lamb and Sugar Hill,
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Georgia 808. And Robert Ross in Richmond, Virginia with eight
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it was actually sir herb lamb who's celebrating his 1,000th
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show. Oh, yeah. Yeah.
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don't want to give credit where it's not do Robert Ross in
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Richmond, Virginia 808. The smokery in Eindhoven,
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Netherlands. 75 Sounds like a Weed Shop. It's either a Weed
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could be because of Netherlands so famous for their barbecue.
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Yeah, they're rockin it.
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Oh, yeah, I've eaten there. So I know it's funny. Mark Dillahunty
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in Columbus, Ohio. 6969 Peter, righteous shindig in
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Westminster, Colorado. 6930. Craig Kohler in Evansville,
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Indiana. 6502, Jamie Buell and Vista Cal California 606 are
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molar rose Deutschland 52. Tim Delvecchio in bland in
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Pennsylvania 50 and this will be the list of $50 donors name and
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location. Peter Harrison in Outland Andrew Garland in Ocala,
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Florida, Chris Goodman, Leander Texas, Dennis. Dennis Parker.
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Benton. Arkansas sorry. He needs a D douchey. You've been de
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know. Yeah, Sir Mark and Stittsville California. Bravo
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venio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and she wraps it up for show
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1524 Those are all the people that contributed to this show as
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executive producers producers and the above $50 donors Thank
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you caught that so we could say thank you all Gardner. That's
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now Sir Richard. Yes, Sir Richard Gardner. Just so rich. I
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don't know. I always thought he was in New York
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is your birthday Liz gray and welfare celebrating today. Happy
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Wow. The sparkle hurts my eye. Graham wolf Simon Miller Come
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supporting the best podcast in the universe no one
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as we were talking about those no meetup reports by the way for
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today's we were talking about the the Party for Socialism and
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Liberation and the comrades you know, there's something to that
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there is something about coming together and being in a group
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that you know, it can be used for good or for bad. Obviously I
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don't support the idea of for the comrades, however, joining a
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no agenda meetup. You will be amazed how well you fit in with
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this group. No matter who you are, no matter where you come
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from. There's something about the community have no agenda.
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You can find it all no agenda meetups.com And when you have
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that connection When you when you are connected with people at
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a no agenda meetup I can tell you that connection is
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protection. You never know when you might need somebody. Thank
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you. I got a chuckle. Connection is protection, no agenda
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meetups.com Today the vivid Iceland and no agenda downtown
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meetup takes place or took place in Reykjavik, Iceland. I look
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forward to Lebowski bar. Look forward to a meet up report from
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that. Tomorrow the Elk Grove final Monday meet up 530 to one
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specific Waterman brewing in Elk Grove, California. We have the
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Thursday next show stroke season awareness meetup yesterday
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stroke season 630 at Lincoln's Roadhouse in Denver, Colorado,
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the hui Hui by the Nile, a Cairo meetup. I'm telling you the
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plenty Deli in Zeke Ziad Egypt, we are bad we are international
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with this show. By the way, these are all producer organized
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that's that's what's so beautiful about it. Coming up we
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got a lot of meetups in in February and it goes all the way
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through March. Including Utrecht, the Netherlands we have
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Palmer Alaska. We have such out crazy places like Mount Laurel
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Township, New Jersey. We have Austin Sunset Valley, Texas, we
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got San Antonio, Texas, we got Toronto Punta Gorda, Florida I
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mean go to no agenda meetups.com That is where you'll be able to
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find all of them if you can't find what near you start when
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yourself always guaranteed a party to go hang out with dicen
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de bom bom UniFi when you won't be triggered you to be where
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everybody feels the same. It's like a connection is protection.
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I should mention that they when I was going on about this, the
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fiancee drug gonna? Yes, she could be Serbian.
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Where's Melania? From Melania from one of these
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checklists of IKEA because she
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Oh, by the way, Czechoslovakia Do you see that? They have a new
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president.
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Yeah, having issues there. Yeah, but he's an ex General.
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Oh, you always want them always want the military guy.
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Somewhere in Germany involved in France and Germany go at each
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other. I
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only have one ISO today, so I'll get it out of the way. Off the
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bat. This is like an up that's all I got. I didn't even hear
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it. Yeah, I don't know what the audio is. This is like an up.
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Did you hear it there?
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you don't hear this is like an app.
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Let me let me let me Jack it up for you, bro. I'm gonna see.
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This is like an audio is horrible.
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I should really try to filter on that's so okay. Okay, okay.
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Okay, guys, let's go get to maybe one of these is good. I so
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hope
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it's an act of hope. Okay,
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and then OMG Oh my god. It's an act of hope. Oh my god,
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I think oh my god is it's an act of hope. Oh my god. I don't
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know. It's kind of out of context. Which one do you like?
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And I'll leave it up to you
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don't get mad that you have to go with Oh my god. Okay.
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Oh my God. It is. Let's see.
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Let's do a we go is the cheese word. We cheese The Real News.
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2:24:06
Ferriss who was Amy robot who is this?
2:24:09
She's the one I'll tell you about you play the clip. Real
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