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Hey podcasters! It's Monday, some lots of crazy stuff going on from code pink taking over the embassy of Venezuela in New York and then Venezuelans, trying to convince them know you're on the wrong side to Israel and Palestinians, and we've got Rashid to leave and Omar, but what's her name, Elon Omar on the wrong side of the issue with Is that Israel and Palestine, but we'll see how this plays out, because we also sent an aircraft carrier this weekend? We also have hey, hey, understanding a new concept in socialism. Corporate socialism or corporate leftism. Michael Rectenwald joins us to talk about how that's a thing
he thinks that socialism is coming to America Lock, stock and barrel, and it's running down the road towards us and we're running into the arms he said, but it's a corporate socialism. He explains. We also have some sad news about the sales for both the Al Gore and Clinton. Family across America trying to do theater shows hasn't been working out, apparently that well it's stunning. The ticket prices are lower than you think, yeah give it to that and I'll say, also an interesting thing left out of the media. When it comes to MS thirteen, the gang the President cited as many times as a real danger and the press has gone to work to say no, there's nothing. That says nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing burger,
So you really what it is, and it's pretty serious- and this is coming from the mainstream media. Now that we're past that particular crisis there free to admit how bad MS thirteen is. We have that plus gloves go eat some locusts or something you know next week. We're not that's a story from CNN which is down by the way in prime time by twenty six percent and their stuff all this and more on today's podcast for not paying a home equity loan back, but you never took out a home equity loan that would suck wood.
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Our value for free home dot com go there now title, lock, dot, com a Islamic Jihad, sniper fire and an israeli soldier. So what happened? the Israelis fired back then, Hamas decided: let's go to town over six hundred rockets. Six hundred rockets fired into Israel. Four israeli civilians were killed. The first civilians killed since the seven week, Gaza WAR in twenty fourteen. Why? Because they just fire rocket, they're, they're they're, looking to kill anyone. Thank goodness that there wasn't school yesterday, because the schools were were blown up kindergarten. Did you see the picture? the kindergarten class, I mean they were so lucky that nobody was in those classes hi
king? A Hamas operative was killed that he's the guy responsible for transferring money from IRAN to have US and palestinian Islamic Jihad. Everybody was going crazy. It is you know. It's really fascinating. To me is how people on the left- and I mean I shouldn't say on the left, how Democrats people that we know and love in our own family, how these people don't understand what side they're on If you saw this weekend, uh you saw the the liberals that we're going after the Venezuelans in New York, the anti Maduro Venezuelans. Did you see that they were Screaming at them in New York,
about how Maduro and so bad in and and these these anti Maduro people, or just they just want war and and and they're just trying to help trump out. It's it's. It's not. What's happening, then you have. Then you have receded to lead, saying that the New York Times is dehumanizing our panel palestinian people, who just want to be free. Who are your palestinian people Rashid? Can we play the audio I just heard on the four minute buzz Play the audio please of of the Omar listen to this most of
things that always been aggravating to me is that we have had a policy that makes one superior to the other, and we mask it with a conversation. That's about justice and a two state solution when Have policies that clearly prioritize over the other, such as not just our relationship with the with this right in the government industry in the state, and so when I see is what you'll institute a law that that recognizes it. As a as a as a jewish state It does not recognize the other religions that are that are living in it and we still hold it as a democracy in the Middle EAST. I almost because I know do you that know we
We say we see that in any other society we would criticize that we would call it out. We do that. Excuse me, don't recognize, I others living in the area. She goes on compare it to Saudi Arabia. Excuse me: that's an Lameque state and you and even have a Bible. There are sure which is there are mosques everywhere in Israel everywhere. There is a huge christian and muslim population, in the Israel. There are Christians And there are Muslims in the Knesset: that's their house and Senate. You mean. But why aren't you speaking out about place like I don't know, IRAN ran or Syria or Turkey
or Saudi Arabia or Libya is Ok to have an islamic state the day you can out and say it's wrong- that it's an islamic state, I'll I'll, listen to you. I won't agree with you, but I'll at least listen to you when you say it shouldn't be a jewish state. Now we want to bring Jason and he's our chief researcher and and also military affairs expert. We sent the USS Abraham Lincoln over to stand guard against IRAN. This is coming from IRAN. Tell me first of all the high ranking Hamas operatives that was killed, responsible for transfer
transferring money from IRAN to Hamas. What we know about that is is all linked. This is all linked so that that specific hiring commander, just like you said that's his job- is to take the funds that come over from IRAN and give that to to to Hamas, give it to Palestine, Islamic Jihad and number of other groups that IRAN supports in Israel. It's very telling that Islamic Jihad, that's the main iranian group, that's in Gaza that they're the ones that started all this. They started it. They knew exactly what was gonna happen. They knew is Rogan right because we're going was going to retaliate. Hamas is then responds with overwhelming force? Like you said, events, conservative is six hundred rockets, it's probably closer to seven hundred, absolutely insane in a two day period, a two day period. Now it is soon as this aircraft carrier went into the Gulf House like I know exactly
says, the rumors are saying that we decide to do this because we had gotten word that IRAN was planning attacks on either US forces or, U S, allies that to me x says I Israel all the way, the New well, what the strategy is in the strategy is good. Glanford forget tacking, Israel, it where it should have worked in the six day war and it's all the arab nations surrounding them. They have more people than Israel does to war of attrition. So if they hit the from multiple sides from multiple borders, Israel should be able to hold and that it should. Israel should not be here today. It was divine intervention in my my seven yet from sixty seven. It was divine in for intervention. There was no way. What do you think could hold it this time besides divine intervention, intervention or the United States government going in and helping them, because with no one else, will abs
No one else will and now is the people that you were just quoting or actually trying to change that they're trying to change public sentiment so that they don't have the social contract to go in and and defend Israel. But I it's looking like? We have the administration in place, at least for now, that's going to take a stand with them, but if
when we show them that we are willing to put overwhelming force in the area to respond, because that's what this, what with this was a guarantee if this sort of escalated the next level. If we were to set this one out- and I I can almost guarantee that Hezbollah would have been back with- we already have the orders. If nothing happens, if no carrier moves into the area has bill moves down into Israel moves down in the Gaza, and then this becomes that war. Just like the six day. War, multiple different borders and Israel shouldn't be able to defend that. Egypt wouldn't be in on it, though this time each it would not be a Saudi Arabia, wouldn't be in on it now time now, so you would really only have what maybe Syria, Turkey, Lebanon Taran yep to Turkey, which is a very which is very strange bedfellows because, like in the the the alliances, are different now Turkey's Muslim Brotherhood, but they also had IRAN. I don't know I I I I have a hard time thinking that they would all come together in a six day, war type scenario, but really
that way it would be hard enough fighting with Hezbollah. I mean if, if consider, Israel's army fought a war with Hezbollah, and it didn't go very Well- did not go very well they've had years and years and years to get the funding to get them to weapons. That's why the blockade is there and that's something: the elite Omar. We should leave and I'm talking about the key Consegue occupation force. There are no occupying troops in Gaza. There are none yet many when, when Rasheed said that when you know when are we going to stop de humanizing Palestinians? Well, I don't know I'm not de humanizing Palestinians, I don't know anybody who does the human harmonics except you, Palestinians anaran. They don't care about the Palestinians yeah. It seems like when you want to strap a vest that explodes on a person, you're kind of humanizing them, even if it is to kill the Jews in that wonderful glorious goal. You have when you push mothers and babies to the frontline
knowing that they're going to be slaughtered, when you put them next to the the top terror targets, to make sure that you, you know you to kill them, you have to also have other casualties, I think in the next yeah, who's, who's, dehumanizing, these people, you know when they when they, when they, when their leader, when the Hamas leadership, when they fire rockets or when they make a decision from their headquarters. They know exactly what's going on No retaliation is going to come. They know Obamas in a come from the IDF. What they do is they immediately banned in those uh, buildings and they go into the civilian buildings next door, so that when you hear that civilians die that's by design, is that on purpose, and they know how the media is going to cover it and the media falls forward every freaking time. It's absolutely don't see here. Here's where I think this is falling apart. I think I think the Democrats are so overplaying their hand and not by choice. I mean. Did you see Nancy Poulos
Come out this weekend going. You know we, we really need to kind of stay in the middle ground. Well, if you, if you saw this She's, like you know, we should be. You know we really need to kind of remain moderate in the Middle uh she's saying is? We should just be crazy progressives Not social is socialist islamicists because that's where they're headed- and I just- I can't believe that the american people are are with open borders. They are with islamic terror. I just don't see them standing with care. I do see them caring about things like the uighurs. You well, I I tweeted something. Last night when I was going through all of this, I'm for the uighurs, I think, what's happening in China to the uighurs, is an atrocity where's care on that one.
It's an absolute atrocity. What's going on, I mean they could all be killed before America even or the world even wakes up, they are liquidating. People in China this entire muslim community, and I'm all four standing up and making sure I mean I was very disappointed when Donald Trump took that off the table, negotiations this weekend. He said he wasn't going to. He wasn't gonna push for the uighurs release. I guess I have to tell you. I was really just in that, so how can I have Islamophobia if I am for the islamic people in China, but I'm against the people, the Palestinians because of the way they behave there being used and there
used by the Muslim Brotherhood, they're being used by Hezbollah, they're being used by everybody, including it to leave, including Omar they're, being used. I feel bad for the palestinian people, but I am not for their co there, because their cause is driven by terrorists tonight I find it hard to believe, but you know hey. I I told you once I told you one thousand times you won't recognize your country. I don't recognize my country anymore, so I don't know if I can predict my country but if my countrymen are still awake or alive at all, they're going to see the things that are happening and they are not going to want to stand with the extremists in the Democratic Party.
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uh anti maduro people inside the embassy. Of course, it's all pro Maduro, whether they they personally are not that's the stance of the government. Maduro is the leader, so you had all of these. These freedom, people, all Venezuelans they're protesting in front of their their own embassy. Now these guys have skin in the game because their families are there. These white liberals come out and they are just hammering just hammering these people standing up for It's like. How are you doing this? How how? How can you get up in the morning and go yep, I'm on the right side, I'm absolutely on the right side, I'm for I'm for Maduro what what is a simple bus driver who rose to prominence Cohen
and is trying to do the right thing for the people. It's amazing when that is the dynamic. Once people who actually have family members there who actually have been handed the the downsides of this whole situation: in real vivid ways are being protested by people who walk out of coffee shops. Ann are telling them how they should feel about socialism. This will defend it to the death. They usually do so, let's, let's do another one 'cause they'll defend this to the death to they'll they'll say: oh! No! No! No! This is isolated incident. You watch, I don't know, did you see what happened? Philadelphia at the mosque in Philadelphia yeah a little bit yeah. Okay. So let me play the video here. If we have the video, this is from a mosque in Philadelphia where the kids are celebrating Uma, Have any of earlier my day
where they were wearing palestinian scarves. They read poetry and playing songs the songs were about killing for Allah and killing. For the mosque in Jerusalem uh. And and subjecting their enemies of Allah to eternal torture so in Philadelphia at the mosque. They were singing songs about beheading, infidels and sending all as a people to eternal torture Anybody who is against allah- best of the Glenn Beck program.
like listening to this podcast. If you're not a subscriber, become one now on Itunes and while you're there do us a favor and rate the shell to the program. We were just talking off the air. I just saw end game this weekend. We won't go into details, but it is I found I didn't. Have anybody spoil it for me, but I had people say to me: oh it's the greatest movie of all time it's a good boy, lava island, I was like shut up. I don't wanna hear that 'cause they don't want to buy it. Direct Asians, but it was. It was not the greatest movie of all time, but it is really satisfying. It is solid, yeah, really solid and and probably the most satisfying ending to it to a series. I've ever seen. Yeah, you know star wars is ending. They've got what episode nine coming out in December yeah. I can't imagine that that's going to be half as sad buying. As this one was fun. I can't either two solid movies in that series. Well, yeah, maybe two in the entire city,
is star wars. I love star wars movies, but really, I think, the first three or something this is the first two it will return to. The first two are brilliant, walk, the third one solid? It's not that good because they believe that it is not the same problem with that, it's not nearly as good as the first blocks were just so sterile. This stupid it was the precursor to jar, jar, Binks and then went to the prequels, which we all know were disasters. I thought wanted I'll give the first one back, even though it was basically just remade, the first movie I'll give episode. I guess seven, some credit, I kind of like that. One. Eight. It really it. It has not been the case. His didn't say exactly what were the biggest series of all time. I mean it's really been.
Even? Is it really how general yeah and we're Marvel has well up until recently, I thought has been really pretty. Even it's been really really very good all the way along. It's had some, but it's had some clunkers, but not like the consistency of star wars. That thing was just destroyed. It's a kind of amazing that it's just powered through all that, though, I mean just power through three prequels that universally everybody hates basically, and that's why I like, because it had thirty years of love. Yeah I mean we love it's so much. We've endured the last five that have been totally subpar. And we still look at it as oh, my gosh, the new star wars is coming out. How is it possible? I do. I still look. I hated the last one and I can't wait for the next one hundred and one other movie. Could you I can't think of another one?
Like that? That's how much I'm hopeful love me is coming to me. It is turn it's time. Are you not looking forward to it? I'm looking forward to it, but it's not like no. No, it's not like I've got to be there like the new Godzilla is out. I want to see that so I am going the day you know, but it looks like all my gosh. Have you seen the reboot of the Godzilla movies, I'm in the home? the re. No, no, no, no, the latest one, the latest couple of been yeah. I saw the latest one. I think the one with right, Cranston, Bryan Cranston, and that was all yes rock solid- is that related to this new one? Yes, it is yes, it's a continuation of this, like I say, and just the height like the trailer as sucked me in completely all my gosh, the trailers, fantastic Ralph and I were just on the edge of our seats- were like I'm Totale, eleven years old. When that thing comes on, I don't know why. Yeah again, I was not a fan of Godzilla. We used to joke about Godzilla, it was so bad and isn't it
I like Mothra in it as I headed dragon, and look at all the big characters together and once it's what the Japanese used to do. Occasionally they made Godzilla the hero and he fought off the evil, yeah yeah yeah yeah, it's a great it's. What this one is yeah, that's what he does. I still love it. I don't know what again like I have. No, I could sometimes will make fun of superhero movies, because I don't have any interest in them or I mean even like fantasy movies. Like Lord of the rings, are the cards we've all type? I have no interest in at all, and yet he I am pitching for Godzilla yeah, it's not style! No, it doesn't. I don't know why giant monster, because I, like the disaster movies, like I like the giant, you know towering inferno, yeah, we got our quake. They're. Just I don't know why? There's no reason for me to good, then there none of those good ones, though none of them were good, not a lot more good and there's no and there's no good disaster. For now now
descendant dress. You saw the sentence, I was horrible, but has an injury yeah. It was fun. I like the rock the one with yes, that's what I thought it was the rock and then he did it. One called sky sky Yes, I saw recently you sorry. I was that, rock. You gotta see the rock it's fun. It's it's not always the best one though it's worth an on demand. Rent, oh yeah, yeah yeah. I mean you'll, be bothered by some of the fifth, That's only three other statement that it was about. It was well done for that type of movie. Just like San Andreas was like the ridiculous over the top disaster things going on and so many times they're running away from the earth behind them and other students towers, falling nine inches behind them, they're not move, they keep running it's that type of stuff. As long as you don't mind, overlooking that and you sort of celebrated as the ridiculousness that it is it's like it's like,
day after tomorrow, or they outrun the instant freeze. If we could just run into the library will be fine, because the cold can never come into the library books, books, repel cold. We all know this. No, it's the best insulation. You can find yes yeah, and if it's going to it's going to instantly freeze people animals, I mean instantly. Like I said, the only New York Public Library. That's where you go. Everybody knows that the windows now they'll library, even the windows, are they're. Fine, they're, fine, they're, fine with not only fine. Sorry, you have to suspend disbelief in all of these movies but fair is fair assessment. May I say this we're living in a time where you have to suspend disbelief to live. That's true,
You know I I got to give you this had led to give you the set like never take a quick break and come back with something else I want to talk about. Where is it here? Here's one Atlantic readers advocate for diverse city in medic, schools. No, no! I don't want diversity amount. I don't care if they're all his and I called black all what I don't care, they all belong. That's what I was just yeah. If do they all belong there, a do. They belong in medical school. I that's downright dangerous and so you're going to choose your students. Well, I don't know what you know about. No, then there's another story: cash. Where is it? I don't have it now. It's a great story about a bylaw cool man who says he's a woman is a female is a mess.
Ill female opera star now playing a male on state watt, yet wait can't even All of that is a male okay lanes to be a female all right. She, he is a free. He is a male female opera star playing the role of a mail on stage so which you biologically is right. So so much of a stretch not not really a stretch, but I just I would just like to point out wow and you think Godzilla is ridic yeah this is the best of the Glenn Beck program we gotta Michael Rectenwald. Now Michael, are you there? Yes,
hey, how are you good? How are you are you still with are used within why you are not. I am quote, unquote, retired, but it's you know like. I can't really say. Yeah. Ok, alright, let the audience infer what we're here! Ok, alright, so you're also the author of springtime for snowflakes, which I think is a fantastic story. And you are- you are now writing a new book. Based on question that I gave you that you couldn't answer. Yes, that's right and what was the question? I think the question had to do with you know what is about the the uh socialism. Well. I guess it was more like why are some money left to stop there and even in corporate America, we see this leftism
all over the place. So I wanted to investigate you know, but with all this woke capitalism going on with all this, you know leftist impressed by corporations of the leftist agenda This is really puzzling me. I was like what what are they doing whatever they want from voting last this ideal for like for Instance Gillette. They did You know all that woke crap Nike took Colin Kaepernick. All these things and you think that the sir, has been that they are just plain skating and going along with the times, but you don't buy that not at all I mean I don't think that a corporate corporate Would you know just placate one of their consumer contingents. You know and and embrace this kind of ideology,
you know the it actually benefited them in the long run, and I think they did it does that I saw I thought that through and thought about all the ways in fact which, what I'm calling corporate leftism benefits, least global not corporation okay, so this seems counterintuitive because you would say there's no way that these these companies that I can under and it with tech like Google and Facebook they're in bed with the government. They have all of the information that they could ever need, and I can totally understand that it frightens the crap out of me, but how in a company that is interested in serving its shareholders. Before socialism well,
what they want is kind of like a call out to a kind of socialism with chinese characteristics of it, which is what they call China now and that that is that there's monopolies on the top and everybody else is socialism for everybody else in the fact that you know what what is socialism really, but I'm not, ovation of the means of production by the state and every other area of life. So all you do with corporate socialism. Is you replace the players who are controlling the means of production with? corporate players and then spent in their monopolies. It's effectively the same to the people on the ground, so explain the difference between this and like national socialists, where they do Let the entrepreneur or the the experts in in each field stay in charge of those companies. Well, this is the this is glow.
List for one. This is not nationalist, it has to be globalist because they need certain factors to be the case. For example, they need to ever rode the nation state. The sovereignty of the nation state stands in the way of global monopoly. I need to and breaks left this ideas for reasons that I explain, for example, we'll leave. Leftist ideas work perfectly for what they're trying to establish, and that is that you have They they promote these new identity types. You know transgender ism, other, promoting gender pluralism they're promoting the break down. What's what was one hand in the breakdown of the like promoting all of these various elements that actually serve them, because this just makes the
Uh entries there, the answer it just makes it impossible to oppose what they're up to how do you I mean again. How do you mean by dividing the fighting people up all these all into all these groups it's not benefit them in. Can you go over that? First of all, you create new niche markets, you know, so if you continually create new niche markets, then just cater to them. I did see I did see a story out this weekend that make up for men is the is the new I caught coming thing right and that's what this is all intentional, that they have to get rid of such addition, our conventional gender, because this you know it's the basis of the family. If you get rid of a man woman, you have a basic there
so where are more to getting rid of the family at such a what's? What's the reason for getting what rid of the family the family is a is a space buffer space between state or state or corporate power, and eight you know. So. This is a space where people can learn different things and have a different perspective. What that is not necessarily that of the dominant powers like with, like the state itself or corporation we're, taking the place of the state in effect now. So what I'm talking about is a corporate governance, almost that's taking place. For example, if you look, set up Google and Facebook and all of the big guy. You know the big tax. What they're doing is effectively eliminate ing the public sphere of public space. Such
weights one they make it irrelevant. You know if you're not saying something online you if you're not reaching people through social or mass network, social media. You really have no voice right, so they make the public sphere and the fact irrelevant number two. Then you control what's sad. Space is because they don't have the they don't have the obligation of the state grant you the first amendment rights and they're not granted them as we see so. I was in church this weekend and we were talking about how the young men and young women in the church. Are no longer really even talking to each other they're, not they're all living in a virtual world? They don't they just don't behave the way people have behaved for
forever now they're just living in this virtual world and that's what you're talking about how they control everything yeah there there's a couple reasons why that's happening? I mean the you know: marriage rates are down course. Birth rates are down. This is basically a function. Keeping us. You know some sort of fractious mess between men and women in order to keep keep please birth rates down and so forth. When this is, of course, explains the immigration, quite a bit, but also yeah they're living in a virtual world. Not everybody is a. You know, sort of like a moron as sitting on the web, and all of the real communications are taking place there and Vander censored sold and you you know it's not. You know, as you saw the they just threw off several people that are considered dangerous right from from
Facebook, and this is going to get worse, they're curtailing of the day only to telling our rights by by virtue of not making the public sphere irrelevant and then controlling you know, very virtue of being private enterprise is what happens or what is expressed on their platforms and then there just saying okay, then then they're also limited anybody who might be challenging this perspective and that's why these paper being so they're, not they're, not only doing they're, not only doing the people that are challenging but they're? Also, if you defend them, you're also going to lose your status online. Absolutely you can't defend at all. If you go online and you try to defend some of the people that were just d person, if you will Friday, you'll be just vilified like them and you I, the next you well, it's Facebook said Facebook said even defense of those who have been d platform
is caused 2D platform you I could get I'm calling this. This is a digital good log, in effect they're putting people in effect in digital good locks where they can't reach anyone else in there disappeared from society. It's happening like crazy and it's a very pernicious development, so they're, acting like both corporations and states. At the same time there exercising the prerogatives of statehood and the corporate it is a profiteering, and this is a debt disappeared. This is a very serious danger. Okay, Michael wrecked, in walled author of springtime for snow flakes, which is a great book about his. Journey and what woke him, open final, finally at him. At the university level to say enough, is enough and hits it's also. The reason why he's now retired quote unquote, Michael wrecked, well we'll continue in just a second with him? First, okay. So
the borders breakdown, allows them to Laos. These corporations to do business anywhere, One government It allows them again to not have to worry about the laws everywhere else. Is there any? Is there any thought to freedom MIKE? How are they? How are they get past the idea of what's happening. To our societies? It is now leading to more freedom, not at all. I in fact I call it the simulation of freedom, so what they're doing it, because they all have these platforms where people are usually able to express themselves and I'll cross of grass that bass cluster of platforms. It looks like freedom, but the terms of the of the of the discourse are completely set
not so they are constraining it to such a group to agree, and we don't know where this is going to stop. You know this idea of the Overton Window, which is likely allowable space for political. It's gonna, narrow, narrow, narrow, narrow and then center later it'll, even come down on the necks of liberals and they'll. See that there are, you know, they've been celebrating the person and the good logging or the get digital gulag king of all these people, that they consider enemies well, this could happen to them. It will open to them. I think it already is into some regard. I think it already is. I I've had Joe Lieberman who was a senator for the Democrats for years, probably presidential vice presidential nominee in the year two thousand, and he told me that he felt a lot of the old style Democrats. They are now terrified.
Of the new style Democrats, because they're not aggressive, they are radicals right up there. They could meet to them. They could Shame them for not being out and embracing in the green new deal that they could do any number of things totally ruined man. You know, I'm not that I have that much a former but happy already forced to already forced to know that that this is true. They they will turn on a lot of people. You know in in the happened in the Soviet Union, so even true believers, were sent to the gulag, were shot in the head Really didn't matter if they changed the terms, just a slight that you're done so Michael when you watch the special last week, you wrote to me said, it's vital, and then you said that you're writing as fast as you can because
because you you sense the same thing. I sense. Can you put into words what you're feeling sure like you're saying, they're hastening for some reason: hey at the moment have a worldwide socialism. Okay, and it is going to be an erosion of our rights. It is going to impoverish us for the most part in on out everybody, but a lot of people could suffer poverty over this and it's going to be perfect. It Oriel, just like The Soviet Union Was- and you know it's just a nightmare in this- is very frightening and I'm I'm trying to you know I was trying to figure out. How are they up to this, and
Why are they doing that and water corporations in effect seeming to support it? And I think people like you- know, court, tennis and, of course, Bernie Sanders. They're just feels for the use of corporate socialist and they they're reading on the ground and trying to you know get the permeation of socialist ideology everywhere. They can, because these this corporate, this socialism will benefit these monopolists in the end. And that's really what I think is the full picture of what's happening so who are these monopolist that your talk? about. Who are these you imagine? First, the first, the first at the off on guard of this is, of course, what I'm calling good the Google archipelago and that's the title of my next book archipelago yeah. They are the leading edge,
Digital giants and the savings for the rest of this, and they actually believe it. These are below beavers in it in the chapter of your book that I read yesterday, you are eat you, lay it out very clearly that the problem is, is their ideology is everywhere in all of the base code. Yes, it's even in the technology and I'm going to show how it's actually in the algorithms, of course, but it's in very infrastructure of the entire. Turn that in wet. It is unbelievable, but I couldn't believe it when I started putting the pieces together. It starts with this very utopian. Leftist commune idea of you know the calm
that's right and the internet is going to be this free space of sharing. This is the whole story in the 90s now, just like the Soviet Union turn from that utopianism to say a centralized state authoritarianism. That's exactly what's happened here that, if it's going from this utopian comments to the cloud which is under control of information in a centralized place, bye bye, a particular elite- happens to be digital, and it just happens to be private in this case, and they don't see themselves becoming the bad guys because they're just so convinced that the good guys yeah I mean I think, they're spreading. You know the wealth of technology to the rest of the world that you know it is the you know: they're still they're, still trading on this idea that Turn that wouldn't would would serve in light everybody that it would spread literacy far and wide
you know everybody will have access to information and all that so there's still trading on the old utopian ideals of the of the commons and while they're closing the gates, as as it were, on the centralized, Michael, Michael in you, can follow him at Anti PC, Nyu Prof. This is the best of the Glenn Beck program. If you like what you hear on the program, you should check out Pat Gray unleashed his podcast is available wherever you download your favorite podcast,
I'll make up is catching more men's ice. Now as an expert in male makeup, I wear it every day. I wear it every day to an IV eight. It is the worst thing about being on television or like you like. I don't wear make up. Forget it. I'm do you people know what I look like and then they say yeah. I know that's why you need make up. We've we've seen you without it and you're awful, so they Alice every day to tell us how awful we are. It's a daily reminder how hideous we are as as people who is the guy I interviewed on Friday, what was his name again shoot the Navy seal. He worked with Jocko, so Navy seal. This guy is a man's man. Okay, he got us out of Ramadi and he would Chris Kyle was
his team, zero sense of humor zero. Heads of you were at least with me. He and interviewed him on Friday and he's the first person to say no to make up, and it's in our make up. Artists is like what but you're on you're gonna be on television under light it's going to he's like no don't care, you have like a really bad spot. It looks like a caught on your nose. Don't care! Okay! Well, I I'm gonna get in trouble. It nope no make up. So you sat down with no make up and because he's a man's man and it's an interesting interview, because I I you liked him were you were in here for now, and I have yeah I'd love I'd like him because he's a fascinating guy, but I don't
we'd be hanging out because he's just because there's no humor in him at all he's done some serious things. Yeah I mean he led to seal team, one seal team to seal team three and seal team. Seven- and I said to him not good enough for Six- did not laugh it didn't kill you I mean I he just didn't he just he just stared at me, and I went I I'm I'm I'm I'm kidding I'm kidding well, they do some pretty serious things. No, I I Oh boy, oh well, that must have been fun, though it was interesting 'cause. I went back several times to try to get that humor thing going with him and not really there not there not there with you at least there, but anyway, Jocko will not be mail make a male make up, but it is true. I will say you know there was a time where a lot of these the old man's gaping right, totally not a thing back in the day, the
the board is the body spray, the axe body, spray, they're selling. God only knows how much of that stuff. I mean it's just like the stuff that women used to put on themselves. These are just again just guy sets right. I mean they all of these things that used to this just women. Mail now of just crossed over for male with a different market is in this kind of what, but Michael Rectal was now to talking about today, he's talking about there's this new corporate socialism there behind these things, because if they can divide people into mark,
categories: they can sell more product and they have more control over you. I mean it's really it's crazy and it's international, which was interesting too. I mean it's really a lot of things you just he describes kind of straightforward ism or or even some elements of fascism. That's why we're not building a border wall. That is the reason 'cause the borders are gone. The borders are just going to be gone if they get there. This is international socialism. This is one world government no borders. This is this is a that's just what they everybody's after you don't think- and I certainly not everybody's after that you're saying that this is the underlying philosophy. Yeah yeah they're, not gonna, be a border there. It's in it's interesting, so I mean Michael kind of brought up. It's really something I haven't heard really. You argued all that often, but Michael's very smart, and he is kinda gonna, make this case over the next couple weeks with us as well and on a more
probably on tv as well CNN now remember, CNN is dropped twenty six percent in primetime ratings. Maybe because of stories like this, magnet sausage and insects. Ice cream can help feed the world's scientists say after all, lobsters aren't pretty but dip these unsightly creatures into warm butter, and they instantly become a different matter to most of us. Why, then, do we gag at the thought of eating and sex because they're in sex and I'm not eating them? I don't want to eat as a as a the question, why why not if it tasted good, would you eat maggots? No? Why but seriously why, if they tasted good, why wouldn't you eat the maggots sausage if you liked it
because there maggots, but that's not an answer. That's not a! Why that's just a statement of fact: tasted good! Would you eat your dog? I would not. I would notice that I don't yeah not not eat your dog, you don't need any mean right: yeah, that's. What I mean, though I mean like if the reason what's the difference, why don't you eat your dog because a relationship with my dog right right, yeah, if you different animals in different ways. So fast, thing to have a store yeah, not doing six zero. It's raw across the water doesn't eat meat, she's gone full, fledged vegan, okay,
so making your life, and so we have said to her. She could she didn't want. You know we have a cattle ranch and we slaughter own cattle for our own beef and she's. Like I don't like the idea, I'm like honey, then you can't eat meat. If you don't like the idea and she agreed with me, she led the way on this one. If you don't like the idea, if you look at the pretty cows and go all those are pretty cows, I don't want to think about the butcher. Well, then, you shouldn't eat meat, and I mean I mean unless you grew up on a farm like one guy who works here, grew up on a farm used on me like that was just their life like they were nine years old. You know slaughtering animals as my to and that's a lot of people grow up that way right and it's. If you're on a farm, that's kind of very standard. You. I think if you didn't do that, though most people fall into that campaign, Pat says it all the time. The day I die, I want to eat the meat, I just don't think about it, I think about where it comes from, and so like it's just that is
I think it's a feeling like spiders. I could not eat insects and spiders and couldn't eat that you like that. Why That's the if that big blob of that hairy, australian fight is spider yeah? It was like a really good piece of tender. Filet inside still would need well if they shelled it, took out the hair. Now you know oh? No, I still would not eat it. There's a, I think. It's Kazakhstan that has a very a legit delicacy in their country, very standard, traditional cultural dish. That's horse stew, like it's, a stew, legit made out of horses, and there was a controversy a while ago. 'cause we kept shipping are were not allowed to have horse, here, but we just ship them over there and then the horses yeah. I think that's a problem if you got horses and they're going to die if you're slaughtering them. You know just again like the this. Did that doesn't answer the question right like there's? No, there is a weird cultural thing that we do in every country,
as it would you pick, certain species are like add. Theirs are just totally fine to kill anyone, everyone and those, that's crazy. You be nuts if you ate one of those, it's like well the really that the separation factor there if you're gonna eat meat right is to it should be taste right, like which ones taste really good. If maggots tasted delicious, why would you care- and there is a an internal sort of got, a role like factors like it's, not explainable, there's no read! If they, put that if they made sausage out of maggots, they didn't say, like you didn't know, it was magnets. You started eating it and you liked it. And then later on realized it was maggots. You would stop eating it. That's not that's not as coherent decision. Well, then, is it a coherent if I made, if I made sausage out of people and it was delicious,
Well, I you don't so there's no separation between people and animals are animals. We're just intelligent animals with Seoul, but I mean it really right if you there's lots of people to just look at people as animals or just an animal okay. So why not not just yeah, I mean there are certainly people who do that right, yeah, but I mean, if you don't do it, but what's the difference, so, there's not a pretty large religious one. If you wanna start there well, they say say we're not killing them were saying. Instead of burying them, we're we're we're we're using all of their very got. What that you know what there you go, maybe maybe we don't kill people, because that's against the law and against many different things that maybe when they die, we think about giving people the option or human composting down Washington.
David just passed it by now. Maybe we offer you know a little bit of a sterling green option for people spoiler if you're, watching a movie right now or you getting me so I've never seen that movie in bed till Pat was always like people. So Green is people which is the which is like the last life movie, and I'm like what are you talking about he's like you've, never seen soiling green, I'm like now he's like you, gotta watch it well. I watched it and I turned it on there. Like he's going to work at the agreed factory- and I like it's people, man don't eat the people. I think that movie, except the reveal that it's it's all horrible, except for the reveal the blaze radio network on demand
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