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Austin, where a second grade teacher at a public school district was teaching students about the sub culture of furries, ok,
I hear alright that parents found out through flyers their second graters at the austin independent school district learned about youth. So
Cultures from goths
to for of furries, and many more
happening during the second week of April. One workshop
was titled design your first sonar.
Students were asked, if there first
were male female or non binary. Now
deny us D said this isn't in their curriculum. They have no information on raw.
is this true. It does seem to be false. Actually, this one, there is a way of former reddit community that, like basically tries to hoax the media and come out with
its advocates called our drama when they would create drama. Basically, so they made false flyers and others would be
canoes, this sea
to be fake news. I from the
laughter from the right,
I don't know if the I I dunno, if they have an ideology or if they're just like to create drama, but it does seem like some of this is is,
not true, ok, so,
I guess I mean it doesn't mean that we haven't seen this exact type of thing and twenty places. But yes, this particular variety. That's good, but
want you to know. I I looked into furries. You did yeah
and there is actually a somewhat to admit on run these no our eyes. As the show I started, I must say I am a doctor. Man who you are
that's true, so the furry fiesta did a
is that a site you frequent or not at all? I think that's festival, furries gay!
they did a survey of furries furries
basically, people that dress up like animals? Let's not pretend you don't know it for reasons that were too
explain it to the audience. Obviously, I'm well versed in the world of furries, but is that
exactly what it is you're like you dress, like I'm ascot. I think it's more than that you identify as dramatic as and it has a basket. Ok, ok, ok! So
These are the these
the questions and the answers, and now, let's just see, if we needed a survey, the figure
a lot of these things. Ok, how much
of the fairy phantom is
Kin, brawny or human
now I didn't know you were gonna, break down the fisheries and does I'm a little loosened the furry thing? Already you don't iranian ilo.
I got it. I saw it
I think I know two of those
go ahead, go human
I know that one. You know that one I have heard of the term verona before we leave
our male fans of my little pony but you're abroad
Oh your fan of my little pony, yes, ok, yeah, we're friendship is mag magic, it
Ok, all right, so
so the data shows that
you find about one in five. Furries will set self identify as theory and we
she is, is somebody who does
tribes themselves as a particular species of animal. So
they are I'm a wolf, I'm a theory and I'm not
just a furry, I'm a theory and
So I am, and I type you're not just. I am not cheating with other animals. My am strictly wolf. Obviously, J R,
to twenty five percent of ferries also self identify as abronia, where friendship
The five percent of the sample checked human who,
here's where it gets interesting,
test revealed. They just broke it out in different ways.
sixty nine point: five percent of non Syrians check the human box, but only thirty,
Forty three percent of theories
the box, so in other words, if you're a wolf and only a wolf, your lesson
I to claim your human too?
I think that's really crucial theories are more likely to identify as members of non human animal species less light.
Least herself identifies human, so just wanna
oh that out there. So you know ok, now.
What is the relationship status of most furries.
I mean I just I don't know it's your college. I was still. It is six point, five more in a master pet relationship.
Ok, master polly, amorous file
open relationship. I don't know, maybe you're better. No, Chris rock look out I'm just saying:
a furry might come and slap you across the face of you say anything about their pet.
Polly, amorous, five point: eight open relationships, six point: nine common law point three
Mary. I'm surprised that so I'd up married five point. Eight engage five point. Four days:
twenty five and a surprising fifty's,
Six percent are single.
real yeah yeah yeah, now remember dating
Is an option
so over half of the fairies aren't even dating they're. Just single and alone is studying right. I thought so I thought so. The
living accommodations of the average furry
let's see we have is a category four under bridge. No theirs
ten percent of furies live alone, but if you
furies other worries. Us areas are furry, furries live alone, ok, but the the majority live.
But their parent used her marriage is absolutely right that I now ok albanian. I just wanted to say now. They said that that's because you know these guys are. You know I mean these peak these aunt. These furries are
You know in their twenties and sometimes early
cities- and you know- They'Re- are going to college and and they're carrying out their wonderful with sea, arduous their parents, though he will. They are
A and animal well are their parents also animals or are they know they just ahead
And gave birth to an animal will make sure that this is just as I was mad about. Quotas is science. Ok,
you don't do it! That's. Why you're avoiding the question so do these people have a full time? Job gay
People identifies an animal,
do they have a full time job
king kingly, only
eighty per have a full time. Job
Twenty three percent have part time:
thirty five percent have full time. Education go inform, okay, so that's good. Twenty two
sent completely unemployed. Now, let's look at
as a part of the population k twenty
think that's a little higher than the average rate, but that
just could be me now does
some secondary education,
that play a role in freedom. Apparently, yes, so another
If you go to college.
you are more likely to become a furry again. Us
Sup rising result of this
That's I I didn't see that coming didn't see that coming
now, the political orientation of the furry population. What do you think.
scottish argue green party,
white, socially liberal yeah. Really, yes, yes, yes,
almost all ferries own pats, which is strange really,
I wait so are they? Are they pets? Are they equals exactly? Do you owe you
you, can you own a parent or no hurry, and how does that go with the master pet relationship which ones the pet, which ones the master and, if you're a furry owning a pet? Isn't that slavery? I think it is. It is, and if you, if you're, not a vision, you are also a cannibal.
rough pass psychological resources now here it is how much fantasy do furries engaging pass.
psychological research suggests
fantasy engagement is pretty universal, that the average
and has a pretty active fantasy life.
Now some would say- and I am not at all- I am a doctor-
so some would say, including experts like me, that sure
fantasy, you know, is what is fine.
thinking that you have a tail or
that you are wolf or
so any animal. But you choose to be at any time and that's a big part of your life. My think that might be a problem now take that from a doctor
Not all doctors, in only nine out of ten doctors agree when they're, not
subject to some sort of abuse by social media. So
they're. Looking at why
do you engage in this fantasy,
the more furry a person was
the more they used fantasy to fulfil. Some currently unfulfilled need in their life. Now I find that surprising.
So, in other words, there pretending
an animal, because something is missing.
In their life man. I hope the
federal government paid for this:
The more furry a person was the more they tend to use fantasy as a means of motivating themselves.
I'm trying to figure that out the mortal but net. Actually, I don't have to only what was it thirty two percent are employed, so
the network, the more furry the person was they more than ten. They they tended to use fantasy as a means of coping with setbacks and failures.
The more furry a person was the more they tended to use fantasy as a means of escape from the real world now
None of these really sound healthy, but maybe
That's just me because the next question that
Is this healthy? What a whole?
Yes! According to the furries vase,
yeah. It's just a way to express yourself and to us
scape from reality. Oh ok, all right! Ok, by the way that I could go in,
this, but I don't think we have time cause. It gets really really deep and very scientific on half furries and brownies view each other, because there's a split the brownies and the furries don't really like each other
it's weird because you know they
both say they like each other, but then when they get down into the numbers here, it looks like there is real.
division and there could be there could be some
comes between the fairies and the brown is coming up.
Mural squabble of some sort orgasm. Now, here's a here's the best part of it did they just took part of the survey just for fun and it
was furry creativity I want. I want to read this on how they how they said,
perhaps one of the most interesting questions. We asked what
assessing furry creativity,
These questions taken from a well validated creativity, test, developed by psychologist, studying the psychology of creativity as participants.
to create a number of different oftentimes. Seemingly pointless writing tasks. I mean
Seemingly pointless, that's right up the alley. The goal
of questions is to assess the creativity of ferries bay.
Stone. The uniqueness of the answer is provided and the sheer number of current answers provided
furries are often times said to be some of the most creative hannah
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surgery says I've compiled some of my favorite answers to the crew.
Activity questions that just will emphasise how creative and often hilarious furries can be ok, so there
this liga. These are gonna blow you away. Here's the question
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create a nuclear reactor
these guys are ok, here's the ears and ex question. What please note these
creative, showing how creative these people are. Please indicate all of the things that a chair and a desk have in common.
to avoid the obvious
both could be used to obstruct zombies, both taste bad,
both could be used in as weapons in professional wrestling, both heard when you're stub your toe autumn
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welcome to the global programme so glad that you have to name today. We have Eric Schmidt, he is the Missouri.
the attorney general is also a candidate for the. U s senate,
and he was. He was one of the guys along we're texas. That is ask
The supreme court for a reinstatement of the retainer remain in mexico policy, because this- the
the binding policy is killing us killing us well
to the programme Eric. How are you, sir? Greater
what're you gonna do great good how's your campaign gone for senate by the way it's good
people responding. If you want to fight or right now, to shake up washington coming from Missouri it in that, certainly than my records a tree genuinely reinforcing,
to save america. I know you talk about it every day and that's my mission
so things are going well, ok, so they as the attorney general of Missouri. You are filing this motion with the supreme court. They accepted it. You argued in front of them yesterday explain why
sure arguing for. Is this the same thing as the title? What is it tat? I want to say title neighbours that forty two or employs a year is of the same thing: not I'll go out
Take a step back you're. So last year, Missouri in texas, challenged by trying to kid
We came into office on day one. He reflexively tried to undo all present trump successes, including the borders,
secure you do we had, and so there are. A couple of these is in place.
including by the way finishing his border. While we go lawsuit on that as well, but
The remaining mexico president trump came in and said, look we're not
it is tragic release business because people never show up with according right to mexico,
we'll be the waiting room. While you wait for your asylum, eerie, ok, very effective and by
It sent a signal to the cartels that their business-
it'll, be disrupted, because right now, all they really need to do is get people across the border. They can pay direct and so remaining. Mexico is a big part of that. So we filed suit last year, we actually
got a restraining order.
And we got an injunction- will always be incurred. The supreme court said the injunction will remain now. We ve been fighting with the bush administration
every month to try to get them to you reinstatement reinstated, be reinstated. It's been a challenge, but the supreme court,
now heard it again. The argument on the merits now previous
they said we were likely to prevail in america were hopeful, but wolf will seek. So that's about alone remained in mexico again the fact that so hang on just the same, because all of the reporting that is coming out
is saying that it looks like they are not gonna uphold the remain in mexico.
Well we'll find out, is hardly euro. Basing rounded the justices,
question. Yes, it's kind of a tricky game. Yes, I'm so we don't know right, that's what kinda hangs in the balance. So far, we've been successful in
pushing them not to completely abandon it right, so we were able to win before, but yesterday is a new ballgame right. Just the core will ultimately weigh in title. Forty choose different:
title forty two accounts for about fifty percent of all
spoken, so gay present trump created the said: look,
we don't know where these people are coming from. We
they might have been probably do have communicable diseases. Therefore,
You can turn them back based on that public health rationale that title forty, two ok, then
He didn't play speech and it still continued, even though it's a porous border about fifty per cent of the expulsions,
is that goes away. Go in the estimates are of eighteen thousand
people a day coming illegally that we know of it would be a right
Now we see waves and waves of illegal immigration should be an ass
we do not get that happens because we're
a busy season anyway, there's no good
and to do it. This is certainly a terrible time to do it. Binding knows it wants to do it anyway, and we would see
you know. Gonna, governor, Patrick and Texas are getting credit precisely
This would give you get remained in mexico. You get rid of title forty two
You don't have the border wall if you extrapolate that over his four years, that could be thirty
people coming here illegally, that's the state of texas, that's five missouri's!
They are on the move, try to change this country through there
illegal immigration policy. So earlier this
we Glenn we obtained
temporary restraining order, preventing them from ending title forty two, but we're getting back
in court on may thirteenth, so this is fight goes on, but for me in mexico title forty two are too big pieces of the trump era. Policies that were work
the binding wants to dismantle. How is this effect? I know how its affecting texas it is. I mean it is overwhelming texas,
is inversely any of these border town, sir, just you know people
being dumped off and there are soon there
we'll be in many of these towns more illegals. Then there are citizens- and you know
Do you do about it? So how is this
yeah. How is this affecting missouri and the rest of the country? Every state is a border state line because I've been to the border twice the problems.
the criminal activity, the fat nor the drugs human trafficking it doesn't
stop in EL paso. It doesn't it
stop in the garden
in colombia Missouri
one missouri very in colombia-
we're tolerable every speech.
stay when you have this crisis, that we see it the boar, and so we ve taken on human trafficking. We
No, no, I'm kidding
people in every community across his country? Overdose deaths now account for the highest highest hum:
the death knell for eighteen. Forty five year old, it is flooding across
border, a border. I by force me to told me last summer's down their claim that the act
value for the human smuggling alone is a hundred million dollars a week. My power
no one in the show in this administration,
Who is willing. We do it in my contention is that this has on purpose
new reckoning is coming in november, they want to attack the court. They want
it states the union. They wouldn't fertilizer elections, they want
fundamentally change this country forever
doing the border. Now is all part and parcel of that, and so got to do everything we can to stop it. But it's very obvious what they're doing elizabeth or injustice past weekend said. Well, you know now that the rover here we oughta just ready amnesty so
saying the quiet marked out loud. Just a mass to disaster,
very well, the supreme court. Are they gonna come out with this decision earlier than the summer? Do you think I mean you're happy
they'll come down with the rest of their decision to europe in a couple of months is up
was likely wonderful compound
title. Forty two goes down,
I mean that's almost too late and in it I mean
Forty two title: forty, a big one, end again
here's what the level lawlessness, goin unarmed people even appreciate. Sometimes they were too,
I about the title, forty two in mid may there were reported in that he was
its shopping were the they were display. Restocking, border patrols, assisted, stop enforcing title four.
You altogether, even before mid may, which is why we went in this- weakens it hey. We
temporary restraining or prevent them from doing that before our here you did nay royal again their play it for kids.
They got their pedal to the metal um, but you know it's going to be up to states like missouri and texas.
the push guy we're doing. It were an urgent appeal to save this republic.
Much Erika appreciated eric schmidt. He is the Missouri attorney general that joined with the attorney general of texas to try to get our
borders under control. Also
for? U s the senate. You can find him at schmidt for Senate dotcom thanks so much
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the plug into the Glenn Beck program, we're glad you're. Here I don't know if the average person is following the twitter thing as much as those of us in the media are it's a big deal, I think, maybe
The average person is looking at elon mosque as a white knight
That is, writing in and somebody finally sticking up for them. Who has the clout to do it
I think that's a universal feeling, at least for half the country. The other half is
Freaking out of their minds so weird bizarre, all he is saying is he wants people to be able to to his
beak freely. More often- and he says my death
should have. Freedom of speech is what's legal speech. If its image
illegal or people don't want it to be legal. Then they'll pass laws to make it not legal. I really think that's something that more companies should embrace as a philosophy I commit about this all the time in the nfl.
And other sports, where this
Teams are constantly supposed to be able to investigate some potter
crime committed by one of their players
punish them outside of the legal system like a just if they get if their charge-
convicted with a crime. Then you react to it. You don't need to go in and send detectives out to try to solve crimes. That is not your job.
It's not your job as an organization, that's a private business and I think they try to do
all the time if you and if you violate a law, I don't
Many of us have any problem with with there being ramifications on a social network. The problem is, of course, that it's just been one way and its main weapon eyes, and it's not nothing to do
with legal or not just opinions yeah so that it can come back to this, like? I think you are
ask will improve this, I think conservatives,
sub level will be disappointed that it's not gonna, be perfect, and
I'm learning is how to make decisions that we don't like here,
you know I mean I'm not just you lot must, but the company under your lot mosque
and you know so when he does censor a conservative people are going to freak out about it because it probably will happen, he's talked about it already. He just said he's going to give people time outs instead of permanent bans.
If people are going to be upset about that, I think I'm a conservative side at some level look to seeing what's going to happen day, one he takes over and says: okay, it's free,
but he can say whether one day one you're gonna have the
Weeks from the fringes, both sides coming in you're gonna have the jesse small at who are
ten. Maybe the conservative saying all kinds of stuff. You know to mean irritation:
brace for that? No it's a bunch of idiots
it will be the fringes that take control,
of the media again in the media will spin it, but it won't be that way here:
The thing that concerns me.
elon. Musk has a lot of his
ease, he's, making batteries he's making cars he's
doing international trade, now he's ease involved in financing. All of these narrowing neural link that guy
is messing with the
U s government,
the chinese government,
all social media, the
entire left all
media organizations on earth
anybody who has any power the great reset. All of it
mean if this guy is still standing in two years, it'll be amazing,
because we are well on him, he's taking on board a
I do. I keep there's this weird strain of thought. That's like ok, look he's not going to make that much. Yes, he might may improve free speech a little bit, but I think your twitter experience is going to be pretty much the same. I mean he's not gonna. It's not gonna be that much different people are expecting all this difference. What
as elon musk done. That would make
believe you to keep this thing the same
ever nothing, the guy makes flame throwers yeah he eat. We people will tweeted him and say hey. You wanna be funny if my tesla honked at the
along with the carol of the bell song and they just incentive oils it as a feature in his car. You hit the the technology,
gonna be vastly improved. I think the company's gonna make tons and tons more money he's a
really well. My money thing again is: if he
I mean they could shut him off right now, just think of the great reset
all they have to do is just go. You know what twitter they're, they're gone
part of the problem and
I'll drive all of these sponsors away, all of
monsters away, so I mean
could be sitting here
if they decide to do what they ve done to people like us, the eu
takes an enormous effort to survive. That's true, but I just don't know raiment
This is not a guy who's gonna violate, yes g scores, or at least the EU part of it he's the ultimate he he is. The eu s- I knows he is- and this is something
get wrap your arms around. When we look at you musk as a hero, he is an environmental extremist. He is not
he's not even like. I love the earth. He is built,
spaceships to escape the earth partial
because of global warming right, but he doesn't believe any ass. She now he does it, but he Haiti, as g in the gray recent east, totally it in the right on that, but he is not going to die.
Now he is he's. Gonna violate the s, but I dont have a problem. If you are, I don't need your like ilan musk, you respect
did for buildings, but he's doing what he really believes. I good for him now, just don't force everybody else to do it. That this is that I think there's this thing because he's just not raise
nl on a lot of these things when it comes to free speech and gender and ending
covered and all these other things because he's
it's not insane. We think all the skies. Conservative he's not he's not conservative. Nor does he want anyone to believe he's conservative. He is really his own thing and when you get when you have two hundred eighty billion dollars, you get to be your one thing. I know that he is south african, so you know technically under, but he is
the quintessential american. He is a guy who comes from
their place? He leave south africa because he doesn't want to fight in the army to suppress black stirring apartheid, so he can
to the united states. He has
idea, he builds
it's what america is yeah. I think it was going to say was derby boring over at our friends over at the daily wire who tweeted something to the effect of like elon musk is the greatest living american and
Of course everyone unless, like use guy he's
absolve ever! Do you idiot? I don't know.
I consider immigrants americans when they come here legally. Exactly that's what I think and the reason why he left was because he didn't want to serve at what are they gonna call him a draft, a dodge, drat draft roger? I don't want to get a gallop Ivan. There are people on the left have been like. You know this guy wants the return of apartheid like really exciting, to strive to go away from that's why he left south Africa really is amazing. It's it's amazing to see this stuff happen and it is good
to see the left expose itself. As always, it is sheer every speech and I'm glad there doing it with elon musk does he has the balls to continue to stand back programme
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What does the weimar republic, zimbabwe and Venezuela all have in common
we all know they they did.
Looking like our country is about to look. If we
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The reason why we're going to accept any solution,
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So I want to go through a couple of a couple of things. First of all, there is real problems in china
China is still closing ever
thing down, and their society is collapsing
shanghai. There are stories now and it's amazing disease are americans
live in shanghai and in
story that was can remember it was an american journal. They did not.
want to be identified in fear of repercussions.
But they're saying is
as soon as this lockdown over I'm out of here. Now?
The quote from one of em. That said
the problem with this is there's: no,
to turn to for help bingo.
Now you understand the problem within all encompassing government when ever
they decides they're gonna do something there.
no one to turn for help who's gonna help you.
You gonna call the police cassettes, government,
I call the politics
didn't cause. That's the government, gonna call the military coups, that's the government,
gonna call the media cassettes the government. So it's it's falling
part badly and the ships that are stuck in port and trying
get into port. Unlike
anything the world has ever seen. This is much worse than it was with covert. Remember when we couldn't get anything
Oh, it's causing all kinds of problems, and we are just at the beginning of this story. This is an epic
black swan event
and with the war in ukraine and the bird flu pandemic, I don't know of any but he's been paying attention to that, but that's causing real problems here in the united states-
and this is this- is assuming now that in the next twelve months there are no natural disasters,
We are now facing the worst global food crisis since world war. Two. I want you to think about that,
since world war two.
This is a problem. Senator Roger Marshall said that we are
going into a world wide famine and quote? It is
definitely going to happen now.
Just give you a couple of things that, just as we know the
a low hanging fruit here, so you can understand. What's coming you're going into the
grocery store? Have you noticed that there is not
empty shelves, but they're they're, not as full as they usually are,
If you ve noticed that you might have noticed that in the can dog food can,
ugh. Food is their starting to be a shortage in amerika of can dog food not gonna, be able to get it? Why couple of reasons chicken and turn
he because of the asian flew now going through our bird population, which we
or just slaughtering turkeys and chickens, left and right, and you can't get.
Cheap food for your dog. You can't get the chicken and the turkey for the dogs
there is an aluminum, can shortage.
There is a shortage of aluminum.
those two things are only going to get worse now,
if you also are heading into summer wherever you live and there are pools around. Try buying chlorine europe
out to see a growing problem
with chlorine, the pandemic
is not the problem this time. This is hurricane, laura in late,
twenty it it ll
hold the facilities of a major chlorine manufacturing plant in louisiana for
three per cent of all of our chlorine is made at that plant. Will that was two years ago, but why is that?
back on line because
of the building supply shortage. They can't
edit back on line because they don't have the supplies they need to rebuild it.
There is also the baby for a formula shortage that is continuing and getting worse. Have you tried
to buy bulk food
Oh, I kind of hang in the circles of papers
and in my churches, big on this, you tried
go to work there always like we got food. We are for
don't worry? We then just come get food and by the food here, cheap price you can't buy it.
You could only buy it in limited supplies. Now that is remarkable. Rice
is going to go up right
is gonna, go way up the food
shortages are going to get worse and we will feel them here over in europe. There are already rationing cooking oil because
of the ukrainian ukrainian war inflation supply
jane shortages of
raw materials and labour.
are all going to accelerate this
and the war is only going to make things worse, which brings me
Two things. First of all, russia has
cut off a major supply of natural gas to poland,
gazprom just cut off
the gas supplies to two countries that are both nato members and it marks the
first time of
being able to say yeah ronald Reagan said this would happen. Why,
You let them do this, but they have
come dependent on gazprom and dependent on russian fuel, and now the they ve turned it off.
is the first time since the soviet era that russia reacted. This way,
so now gas supplies are down. We are not doing anything about it here, in fact, proved army. Now
Biden is delaying more things that we could.
Due to help with the gas supply, and he saying no at this point for environmental reasons, but here
what's really disturbing.
Elizabeth, a story from the washing in examiner
near the beginning of the russian:
invasion in ukraine, which commenced
one, twenty. Fourth: u s intel provided to the ukrainians, help
Defeated a russian operation that was meant to rest control of the air,
were near kiev. They helped.
and gave the ukrainians the ability to shoot down a russian transport plain carrying
hundreds of russian troops. According
who NBC news had.
She had been able to maintain the control of the airport, its forces cap
did for a short time. Moscow could have used to solve many of its lead.
Tickle and supply problems.
Various? U s. Defence and intelligence officials have spoken
spoken in broad terms about the in
allergens sharing with ukrainians while frequently choosing not to get in
the specifics. However, in a statement
a spokesperson for the national security council, told the outlet quote. We are,
regularly providing detailed,
timely intelligence to the ukrainians on the battlefield to help them
defend their country against russian aggression, and we,
will continue to do so general.
Mark milly chairman,
the joint chiefs of staff, told the house armed services committee, that quote
we have and I'm not going to reveal and an open hearing the end
allergens we have collected and how
did all that
This war is arguably been the most successful intelligence operation in: u s military history,
the chairman also pointed out that the? U s played a significant role in providing ukraine with the tools to ensure russia did not achieve air superiority, quote the fur
new mental significance of air defence systems in order to deny and opponent that ability,
to achieve air superiority and supremacy. That's
It's been done by the ukrainians, but it
done with a huge amount of help from the united states with stinger missiles.
also because of our intelligence feeds and quote.
the hell are we saying these things there
as a great article in the federalist. Listen to this
As the war in ukraine drags on, the united states is making a clash with russia more likely with each passing week. What
we to make of a comment from secretary defence, lloyd, Austin, that the binding,
illustrations goal in ukraine?
to see russia weakened to the degree that they can't do the kinds of things that it
is done in invading ukraine austin
made. The remark in a press conference with the secretary of state after the pair met with you
raines, president Zelensky in kyiv.
in in what was the highest level visit by? U s official, since russia in invaded ukraine, one obvious
conclusion we can draw from boston comment is that the binding ministration is now committed openly to
policy of escalation in ukraine? The white house
intends on keeping the worn ukraine alive with stated goal of weakening moscow by continue
the poor, new and more advanced weaponry onto the war ravaged country. Indeed
posted in blinkin announced a new round of military aid on monday to to ukraine bring,
the total amount to three point: seven billion dollars since the invasion began. After resisting
pressure early in the conflict to support ukraine with advanced weapons systems, the bite
illustration is change course. It is now
preparing to send heavy artillery helicopters armoured
personnel carriers annie air.
I've radar systems, advanced attack, drones,
and other weapons
still told members of the press. The defence department won't just send weapons, but we'll
expand military training for ukrainian service members in the region on
in weapons systems being provided quote
delivering. All of this aid is an escalation of the? U s: involvement in the war senior! U s! Military officers at a facility in poland described
accelerating logistical network for supplying weapons and material do crane, so
They are sending all of this stuff over their sending it in
ukraine from poland by railroad now, did you hear that act,
These clowns were over in ukraine meeting was a landscape that just
after they left the country. Russia
bomb, the train stations.
How did blinkin leave ukraine by train?
minutes later. They bombed
in stations them
imagine if there would have been a timing issue on that. One.
what was it. The foreign minister said from russia this week, sergei
rob, you remember him from many much of the
tromp russia talk back in the day that the media
so obsessed with. He
he came out and in on.
eight run. Media said the danger for
world war, three was real.
Danger is serious. It is real. You can't underestimate. It also said
about the possibility of nuclear war being real, and you know
all of this stuff doesn't make any sense in your ear caught totally right saying. We know we shouldn't
announcing all the stuff all the time, even like, for example, the blinkin visit right,
they announced this. What's his face from great Britain went over there and we
not about it when he was already there or had our ain't always happens, so it owes happens. We are in
sing in advance, so we're like hey on Saturday lincoln's gonna be over. There are secretary of state now that opens you up to
all sorts of issues. For example, even the two:
the thing where
ro group of ukrainians right who want to draw us into his room, but by war.
could? I could affect that situation. What, if one
our officials is over there and god forbid, something happens to them. Whether of course
Obviously, the suspicion immediately is going to be russian forces, but it could be anybody and if that war
happen. We could be drawn into this war. Is we too?
them in advance, we're gonna be. There seems like a massive mistake to me. Luckily, nothing nothing happened but, as you point out, it was pretty close
there are saying the russians are signalling to us. Don't come don't do this
dont be involved in this, and
We keep saying well, not only
we're going to be involved in it. We're going to embarrass you publicly by telling everyone that we are involved in it, and you can't do anything about it.
Now, as russia gets more and more deaths ornery her and cornered. So what are they going to do so
Let me tell you what some are speculating is coming and it's the key date of
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where things could head. You have
in, and russia painted into a corner
military seemingly teetering
Collapse, they have zero replacement capacity for most of the weapon systems that they ve lost too many high
and unless he can dramatically changed the narrative in russia.
He needs a million volunteers to join the army, and that would be a solid six months before
the new recruits
come on line so there's
ways he can handle this
surrender or up the stakes,
It's not the fifteenth, it's the ninth
main ninth is a huge holiday and celebration in russia.
the day that it's the day that they beat the nazis
I remember they lost like twenty million people in the war against the nazis in russia
as a horrific thing. So they remember this, and this is a huge day of celebration.
There is a shot that may ninth is such
important day. That putin
will use? May ninth
as a launching ground pot.
Having some people think nukes tactical nukes
which he will say: oh we're, not bluffing your turn.
It wouldn't be an icy, be m kind of thing. This is you know, a eighty
article nuke, it would be used. You know,
or something like that, but it is a nuke
How would we respond that
be happening as soon as main ninth just say, a prayer that everybody stay
his calm until that girls and
and somehow or another. We don't inflame the situation. I think
it is not insane historic, historically speaking,
progressives the fabian socialists in in great britain. They wanted world war one. They wanted it with bated breath they helped egg in a long time.
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with africans in africa. Are you kidding me
They are doing an experiment now with neo pronouns such as ze, zero and tree.
The chicago area? Districts, algae, bt, q, plus equity, weak administrators of the teachers union, adopted last year? Curriculum begins in pre kindergarten, a series of lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity. The lesson plan opens with an introduction to the rainbow flag and teachers, students that
color in the flag has a meaning the tea
You're also presents the transgender flag and the basic concepts of gender identity explaining.
we call people, we call people with more than one gender or no gender non binary or queer
Finally, the lesson plan as a teacher leading the class to create a rainbow flag which
as the instructions to quote gathers students on the rug
them to show you their flags and proudly hang the class flag where they
all see it. There are
children, who feel like a girl and boy or
neither a boy or a girl, and we,
call these children transgender
this is from the curriculum. Students
Expected to be able to explain the importance
of the rainbow flag and trans flag and are asked to consider their own gender identity,
kindergartners read two books that a firm transgender conversion study photographs of birth boys in dresses and
a transgender flag and then perform
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Now, all these years later, we knew that was wrong. We knew that
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kids come on over here,
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I've got a few story said justify category explanation
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Diamond blount is somebody that was convicted
and diamond is like ok. Well, you know, that's that
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that's when I was right: blount. Ok,
now, I'm diamond and so on.
judge in new york, so you're
tire criminal records should be wiped out right. Well, maybe
Maybe I mean he's
He did go to prison for rape hound
because he was now identifying as a woman,
he was housed in the women's facility. Ah good, this
you know. This is one of those things we ve always use as an example of the absurd possibilities it s were to continue, and now it's good to know that it is actually happen, our alike. So while he was a resident, I love that a resident of the rose him singer centre, the section of the prison, not a prisoner, but a resident arrested him. It was a section of the prison. Maybe it had drapes and everything else sounds: mammy sewing machines for the women. You know the women folk they like collisions like diamond. You know like diamond shore.
Apparently diamond also likes to violently.
women in a bathroom
diamond, doesnt diamond giacomo, rommel, now diamond cause. Our male did. Do that you're, not, I know diamond, didn't know what I mean did it is well. While what are the odds
What are the odds? No, I hope they're, both related, I mean they're. Both
A blunt. I think there is, I think, they're both relative
but what's the odds that both of them violently raped women percentage chances of this occurring would be anything over a hundred percent were well. I have
tell you I I would like to
I'd like to side with you, but I don't know the law
has been experience
right, you're you're, not for well versed in that. No, you are not because I am not a lesbian. Well, I
actually emma lesbian. I am only attracted to women, so I think maybe that
now so that was rape. Ok,
story that just doesn't seem to make sense to me.
Cnn executives when
started their streaming platform that lasted a full
for weeks and I'd like to spend the time counting, but it's just
One two three
it's just too high a number to spend.
that kind of time, counting the weeks
cnn executives thought that they
could a track.
Thirty million global subscriptions because they they
broke, this a barely there's a memo with this
Twenty nine million cnn super fans there. They
believe there are twenty nine, I believe, but with a hard day,
art or sit up on that Y yeah? They believed that twenty one
twenty nine million super fans now
I don't know where they come up with that number, but most of those
super vans feel trapped in the air.
Or just saying right.
They are a very long delay to go to albuquerque, yes and cnn happens to be other television, then does not make a superficial. No, it doesn't even make a personal makes this a lot or mac right. He had it isn't even people who would what would be
enticed to watch it for free now
certainly not going to pay for now now
Then I, if you
to make an honest guest guess of
the number legitimately the number of cnn
who fans and you
in that meeting, and they were saying this. No,
joking around. What would you
they set number. Eighty three hundred.
Yeah, I would say I would say, superfans global globally. I would say
less than a hundred thousand
much. I had a hundred now have to include the insane
We have to weigh more people than the same people. Don't done nothing travelling about that! I'm not saying all insane, I'm saying, there's a subset of insane blair me. The insane people of the world may be more likely to dell
into the world of cnn place, but they are not exclusively right. Well, the problem is all of those people subscribed they just that they just
It in their imaginary, were right, so I'll soup
funds are still enjoying cnn, plus the device
that they had a legitimate estimate
the legitimate estimate, but an estimate that someone provided them that they will have thirty million subscribers is crime nina. There is I
think they're blaming mckinsey for this, the consulting outfit, which is one of the most recent renowned you know who they were the ones who came up with a million I've heard them blamed for it. I don't know for sure. If it it was them, but that is who is it
getting the well jade from inside sources shore. Well, you can't play many of the people working at cnn now of the air above pro,
why you? No good we at this time do
have enough information to judge whether this was a success I heard from the potato,
I heard what you heard a potato say. I think it was a potato there's, a potato in a suit and ill fitting suit, really yeah,
He was like we can really judge. You know if this is a success or not. How could one know how what information has been provided to make a determination, three hundred million dollars spent? I know real subscribers and other than this, though, and the fact that it's been shut down already. What what? What? What information do we have as to judge whether
six other than those of earlier. We don't. We don't want any way, doesn't do orally. To now. I think my
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Add to this. I'm because we're all pretty much we're
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the important principles like hey leave.
People alone indulged stealer stuff. You know
and we're very tolerant because of
It has been used against us and now we're called a big it for any reason whatsoever
gender ideology. Thing is really really very:
was just a story that I gave you out of the chicago area where their teaching it too
pre, school kids
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culture is not changing. Just because tie,
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and then what have a are going to be put on the show today? I think learned to give a little preview I was enjoy.
Not one of us not does not matter sincerely, but I do impact
more public consumption I enjoy or, conversely, ok, let's preserve their wonderful yeah. They really are the air I'll play along sure, it's great as the great too
I've been re tabled. Will it actually is it's weird because we talk
for three hours with each other. Then I get on your show and it's like a completely different conversations, weird galleys, because you're the host yeah. I guess that is the way it works. It's nice to be the guest, it's great to be the case.
Since the place to be it is because you
come on and you just get to people ask questions and he just rant and then you go home and you don't care. If the show succeeds or not you just like you now, I don't care you just were we on the air dano, don't know, don't care, don't care, don't care. If this thing fails, if it falls in the toilet, gets whatever tomorrow, not my fault, yeah, those fault yeah
it is in this particular thanks. Like can I play msnbc has twitter disan for dissent,
the big lie still loom large over the party which has
all in all this information to serve its political ads and now news yesterday that elon musk, who
seems to at least at this point possess more expansive views on speech than to it
current management. What has purchased twitter better, sent shock waves, soo much of the anti disinformation political universe, mosques purchase of twitter com
after years in which we all witnessed and live through the power and the peril of ram.
This information really new york times puts it like this quote the twenty
Sixteen? U s! Presidential election and the brexit vote that same year.
Look on valley executives. U s elected officials and the public, a pig
to what can go wrong to start social me
do you see what she sang in twenty six,
there is no. There was
was no russian collusion. I mean there was some, but not what
set at one collusion around here, and there wasn't enough to make a difference in that particular one. There was the cut of the opening for re into that, but not enough to make different and then the bricks it vote
So she saying we see what happens. I mean look at that
look what happened. Allow speech now allows all vote for things I dont like. Yes, that's their standard yeah.
And Nicole wallace I've never seen a clip of her wish. It doesn't look like she's about to burst into tears.
everybody all are. I think they are again what
What is he advocating for he's advocating for people?
to be able to say the things they want to say, he's advocating for
transparent process. If you do
you're late there. If I said this to you, if I said this to you in
two thousand to stew. We're gonna go
to a place to where you
I'll, be able to say that you
free with the former president. Theyve back
the president on
all these? Not talking he's not allowed to talk out and
open unless he's given a speech at a private thing, he's not
to use any of the social services or any of the networks, they just don't cover him
and you can say
that a man can't have a baby. You would have never
Leave. I would again like what the hell is a social network. You know that's what is it what's? What route
it's true, though I mean you would have never would have never believed it. I wouldn't have ever believed it, and you know me: I've I've been on the cutting edge of the crazy stuff
I would have never believed that we would be here and you can. You could tell them they're, not sincere. I mean they keep arguing for people
to have no restrictions on voting, so the people there
what the fringes to fringe voters with almost no interest in politics on a day to day basis to be able to vote, or, obviously the people who are most affected by descent.
maybe they don't have any foundations right, so they can be won over very easily. They want those people voting because they know those people vote for them. That's why
they care, has nothing to do with this information. They just want to go on
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I want to welcome back a very good friend of the programme, somebody if you're a long time. Mr of this programme
you might remember, react, but all he is now the founder of connect effect. He is
a tv producer to time, Emmy nominee couldn't get it. Dunna
Does anyone bow tie and it wasn't you in there? If you wasn't there,
he he's, also a guy that I think we may
in twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen, and
there was the shooting you're a muslim you're, a gay man and there was a shooting- and you were you know the meat,
It was telling you this is real. This is what's happening and then
from came along and you're like ok, I gotta know what's really gonna yeah and you
to alaska yeah and said I just want to meet these people cause. I can't live in a world if that's really what I'm surrounded by yes and you found out- that's not not remotely not remotely that fifty four,
the population or not the cliche, that I was led to believe you are actually real human beings and we have
such a great time getting together. I still fall you on instagram wheat, which have from time to time, but the the thing that always strike a struck me was.
How honest you always were. You were really looking for information. You weren't trying to prove anything. You just wanted to know what the truth was and
how different our
standing of the news was because you lived in your world yes and I
did my world and I remember putting things up in the chalkboard born. You said none of those things happen now.
None of those things I knew about yeah. Not only were all big stories to conservatives. It was weird, never met it used to be the strangest thing when I would come here and visit you that I'd get on the plane and leave
the l a feeds you I'm right here,
completely different news, completely different stories dynamic. This is insane you different worlds, so you been trying to bridge the gap for a long time, and we talked about shows where you could actually talk. Things have only got worse, yes, absolutely, and I think that was the big
problem was the screen world and I call the screen world all the edits that magically appear for us and our home is the screen world is not the real world. It's a very particular point of
view and very highly edited, and so too
for seven years and what is the truth?
every time, I would bring people together: seven people, ten people, fifty people in alaska or to dallas or new york.
They were never the cliches that I was led to believe and
consular was wondering how do they connect and why? Wouldn't they connect and really.
came down to the power of the screen. World is now
The way we see the world, not people can be standing in front of us
we cannot see them or their humanity because we see
so the edits that we think we know about? It is really terrifying cassettes. You know who we're talkin off the air. Children, suicide and depression is off the chart.
I am unbelievable, unbelievable and I think it's because of this there's nothing real. You do
really know people there's no ray and covered only made it worse, who no real connections going on at connect and that's the thing itself funny?
Everyone seems to be lacking. True ought then to connection and the think I
over seven years. Is that true connect
it is not remotely information based. Even if we
living in an information age that the words weeks change or seven percent.
Innovation is the body language. The tone
all of those things that create humanity. None of those uk
from a screen. You just get the words which likened sequentially
hosting at each other, gets us absolutely nowhere fast, and so I kept trying to think what is the way to do
too hard reset actually is
people in a room so that
can see each other. I do not see the editor
I think they know about each other and that too
seven years of testing and testing and tell her you. How are you gonna do this, so it's called connective act and what it is? It's an in person, it's an entertainment
periods and its design. That way, because I reach out to
institute, and they said everything we're doing about bridging.
And facilitated conversations, not working people to show up
more information and they just keep exchanging it and no one actually listens and no one actually learns or impact it. So it was. How can I get people
the physical room and we do fifty two hundred people at a time
to really see each other? The people in the room, the ring
the world and not
screen world not seeing each other through the screen world and it takes its a heart recent.
of their humanity. So how do you do that cause you? I would think that you
depending on where you are. You would have a lot
conservative show em in some very timid. Liberals were a lot. A liberal show up in some very timid,
the conservatives and you
fight in agenda. Yes, you know
So how do you? How do you are yet there? The thinking is the actual connection.
that's. What it is is this is that, when you connect with someone in a meaningful in person way in person, human to human you'll, talk open
honestly, tat women when we sat down opposite each other in twenty sixteen, and I came
information we just looked at each other more like oh you're, just a human.
He wants to know what you have a connection, you'll talk openly and honestly when you talk openly.
Honestly, you will understand that
Standing deepens the connection, that's the collective it now people are talking without the connection.
and just as exchanges of information put, so they don't talk. First, they sit back and
moment the doors open, there's music, there's images on the screen to sign
stories that people have never seen whether its at its I've seen in the news? Oh yeah, that's what cnn ran! That's what fuck side by side and his colleagues has which had a duty, which I do not see
and because you running through history, here's an edit you do know it needed to before even start the programme there, seeing your only that
they are only seeing one at it, and so
what I would imagine it's very important to let the audience know that you're not
I had to change them politically, not at all. You are just trying to say you don't know the whole story, you know unrolled right and the whole story
doesn't necessarily even matter when
we're trying to fix things in your world. We would, I did a park
special awhile ago were brought seven americans together to talk about guns and
so great and it is spiraled and smiled until the end
a firearms instructor Andy
demand action. Woman spent time together made a joke and said
all. The defences were gone because they had connector and then they took
openly. They understood they realise that were ninety percent area, but when they were all in a room guarded with their information. I more we started it. We were both gesture earned. This could
night, absolutely and by the end I think the marxist professor was like this- was
yeah yeah, because they said
seeing each other through the screens and a school
and come out you all day every day and the way the screens work is
for attention extraction is what they call it. A google, that's all they're doing until wherever you like, they'll, send you more of it. If you're angry about this they'll send you more because the real facts are that anger makes mine
the easiest shift to create any human being. Is anger? What trouble?
faster than any virus fear, and so, if the sky,
things are constantly making. You feel the world is burning constantly, then you're never going to be able to connect, but they make teaching
changing more money, the more you're watching, and so we hard reset the share
humanity to people in the room and its
interesting as at some point they start realizing wait. I was going to say that, but I only
that from a screen. So we sell data people talk about what you know
did you work on the front line of covert great. Tell us about that. If you didn't it's your time to sit back
Listen, because you received a screen at that was designed to make you
sad and angry, to look at more to look at more to look at more to look at more ads,
and so I'm trying to get people amazing things. When people meet in the real world, their constitution,
Jim each other with what they know from the screen which has led,
no relevance to the person that they're talking to
you, the first one is happening where an orange can orange county this saturday April thirtieth, I'm working with
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don't live their life even live their lives, thousands and thousands of days as them. That's not it's actually not the situation so that the problem is
people who are trying to tell people what to think about how to think? Why?
to think you will believe this. I don't care what site it's you believe this and there's no compromise. You must believe this or you are bad, that its that's. What's killing us yet pilots, killing, I'm when you and I met years ago, I came in with this perception of what I thought you were and when we sat the humanity
licked in and we were able to talk at all. I want the whole point of this is a just what people?
to stop fighting in their families and stop fighting in their communities, because if you can't can't sit down with the people in your community in order to solve your problems,
no one when so what age group or it is most
agent and over, but eighteen to eighty it can be under one end and when
you go. Do you have to
dissipate. Or can you just watch you you can't, so everyone sit in its everything to design the way the seats are set up. The way the screen works, it's all highly highly highly produce. So everyone sitting
is very large you so there's no hiding in the back, but
like you amy, it's like an even go anywhere. Not today, but you'd, not everyone speaks and whose
x is random. It's actually done through away inside their pouches. Some people have a chip in some people don't and the people of bluechip sectors,
to stand up and then they have a conversation its away, but also
not speaking too I mean you are speaking in front of the whole group, but you're, not speaking
and having interaction with the whole gruner, though group is kind of channeling it through different conversation correctly is correct in a
one of them. We say it's one story told between two world: what is the real world all of us in the room and the others
all the media we have on the screen and so the screen
plays a large part in it, with edits in media coming at the audience showing them well
What is true, because if this is true on the screen, a kapital in the real world were constantly juxtaposing the two and it really
mine blowing hard reset, so do you have? Are you gonna have video there look at? Can you
return, maybe and and show me some video and and give me the results of what this happen. We can. We we actually have two tests on the website, connect effect dot. U s under testimonials, okay, one! We took women and we
If women once connected, could they solve each other's most deep, challenging question. So we took these total strangers didn't know each other connected
and they're reading these unbelievable real questions like. Why am I single my whole life? Why do I draw men that would abuse me and the audience helps them
and the answers on believes incredible, because all that happens is we have a problem? We go to an expert. We have a problem. We go to an expert diagnosed medicated some.
We just need opinions of other people and social buffering in that doesn't exist anymore. So that was one test. The other was at a university because we had to do
set this university afraid of each other, not just physically but ideologically earlier, and so we thought. Could we take students once connected after sixty minutes? Would they be
open to the other side's ideology and you look at the video they were. They saw the whole thing differently and they re
Why is that all these people in the real world in the room are not the enemies that
perceive coming through the edit? So how do you get people to? I mean: are you just traveling the country? Are you asking route places
to host you. We are we're looking for organizations we're looking for churches, synagogues anywhere where people have stopped talking, which is pretty much everywhere everywhere, we're looking- and it's not just led by me. It's a system, that's replicated and designed to
done by many people. The system is called epic forbes described.
Was a game changer a few years ago? It's a different way of approaching people that you have to enjoy,
through equalization? That's the ie. If I don't,
could you as an equal? What are the pointer? We talking
about like. Why am I talking to you? I don't need your equal and then beyond
the peace personalization! I don't care what you
had because, whatever you read, I've got you ve got stats. I've got stats, you got an elaborate articles. Now we go nowhere. What do you know
what have you experienced of racism, whatever you experience of suffering, that's what
need to know. But if you keep bringing a cap, bridging these conferences
five, seven people in the room and four hundred
idi opinions and suddenly Nancy Pelosi with their Mitch Mcconnell and I'm like. Why are they in the room? They're, certainly not going to be helping. You fix your problem in your school and so is personalization than information gathering the thing I tell people stop talking about what you know. We know
You know asked
But what am I not know tat? Is that the I think that
is one of the real keys to his. If people say I can't talk to them
or I wanted just. I need to change their mind if you report
Seeing the conversation that way you are saying to yourself: they don't have any
a value to teach me. Yes, when
both exchange that just the boy-
sick thing and I don't mean stats, I mean you as a person
some? Yes, how did you get there
As soon as you get there things change. I always ask people what
Are we not cyclops is why
We have two eyes: do the exact same thing, not even an inch half apart, because
the only way to see depth and perspective. So I tell people look
Well, with your view, you knew
indeed the other view to see the world in more than two dimensions. You have to know what you do know constantly. I would come to the blaze and you and I would sit down whether we
travelling on a project. I would learn so much about the world that I
I never knew, and vice versa. Likewise, and it was the only way that I saw things with depth, it was no longer a two dimensional edit in the scream world. It was three dimensional in the real world. I've been thinking about this a lot lately we have to wrap up. I have been thinking about this a lot lately, the the scripture. There must be opposition in all things. All of it must be. We we we don't want.
to argue and you ve got to agree to one side. No, there must be opposition and offer solutions. Yes, yes and end to see depth yes to read.
Thank you so much you can find out more on this at connect effect dot. U S! That's connect effect dot.
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welcome to the Glen back programme. Just gonna give you some breaking news here. You know tik tok, yeah,
tiktok. Obviously this is minor. We need to get back into. The important news of EU must buying twitter here in just a second, but let me just throw this out there just so you have the information, you know: Tik tok the fastest.
Social media network in history, that's owned by the chinese government. There,
the headline is how that tiktok life became a strip club filled with fifteen year olds again, but can we please talk about the real issue yeah we'll get to that? I just read the tweet. Does freedom of speech with elon musk he's rich? Basically, there's this way that you can apparently tip and fifteen year olds to a strip in front of you and on tiktok
that's a minors! I don't I don't. I just want to make sure you understand the of story before we get back to the important thing that a rich person is bought. Twitter,
before this. Don't if you know this charity you, I was not a collection of rich, but it was not a collection of room jack from twitter, poor
very, very poor, even though he is fully endorsed the isla must take over and we should all what we know cry about the changes that are going on there
We should stop talking, because I really gotta get back onto the chinese government, funded
and operated ticket
yeah what we eat, but dont think about that? That's not important at all. You know, just because we have a much larger social network, that's growing faster than anyone in the history of the internet. We
just embrace it fully and ignore that growth. While we talk about us a social network with one fifth, the sky uk, changing ownership is collecting on that instead is white power, anti asian rance. Thank you very much. Do we'll see you tonight tonight very boring, show nine p m on blaze, tvs back programme
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