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for Australia. Here's the two here is the problem.
In Amerika. We have this little thing called the declaration of independence
Governments are instituted among men to protect, though,
when a government becomes hostile to those freedoms
It is the people's right and it is their duty to three.
off the chains of that an crew
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not hostile to those freedoms, some other where'd you go.
Break away cause. You wanna have slavery by
I think it's pretty clear. You can break away if you want to just live by the constitution and that
declaration of independence, because the
old government started forgetting about the whole freedom thing well,
I hate even say that, because we were to hate him,
Hey, saying we should go into a civil war which are not saying at all.
Oh, my gosh, these people on the right there so dangerous. I know let
do something safe
Let's just read the new Yorker annulled
since their podcast, because they talk about
certain things like that,
had Andreas mom on who is really gray. I just want you to listen. Here's cut one,
Andreas mom is a professor at Loo and University in Sweden he stood.
The relationship between climate change and capitalism, any advocates for food,
are more drastic action that we ve seen so far ha his recent book. How to blow
but by is a bit more new ones than the title suggests, but core. He real
does want environmental activists to rethink their
commitment to non violence and embrace tactics of salmon,
Stop just a second! Let me I get this straight so soon,
I believe we have to discuss this like this. I believe
if, when he says it's more nuanced than the title,
really kind of lead you to believe how to blow up a pipeline.
It doesn't sound like it really does it today
is more nuanced cause. He then just went and said.
but it's more nuanced, then you know the title would seem, but
but he really does want people to think about. You know
dumping the nonviolence thing wildly,
the new ones
that's associated with the title out of love a pipeline, just of course,
indicates that there are far more things, but you can blow up
the launch of the pipeline club of pipelines, Betancur ship chair. I can see things more clearly now. Do you speak like this? You could blow up.
your school children who exhale seo to all these things are options well barometer of revising the treaties, or thank you very much back to the podcast I spoke with.
Draftsman last week address.
been a climate activists now for a long time and in two thousand and
Seven. You are part of a swedish group that started deflating the tires
on suvs tell me about that. What was the end
pulse and how did it work
yeah, so what we did was we went through rich neighbourhoods and
start suvs. This was in the early career of suvs when they were still remarkable on streets pay more than dwell completely ubiquitous.
And it's very easy to flayed the tires of a car you just
screw the anew in certain little gravel or piece of stone, or something like that and yeah they use screw there.
Back on, and then the air will be out of time.
a couple of hours, so this was not provided. Destruction
I don't have damaged anything, it created them
inconvenience for the owners of suvs. Ok, all right
Oh, this began his journey towards civil disobedience cut to what was the
that. You realise that you next book would have to be about talk.
Its sabotage, and why that
home and was very much the summer of twenty eight dealing with
was an unprecedented in northern Europe for the wine fires and drought heatwave
during the summer, I fell panic and desperation as a lot of people did
this was the summer that lead gratitude by and to stop. Her later verify
the school strike movement, and that for me,
the picture, because in twenty nineteen all the way up to the outbreak of the pandemic, the climate movement of the Global North reached its Zenith mobilization relates its peak of popular force on the streets. So the book,
became a more became a product of the moment of twenty nineteen, but it's also a corps for escalation. A call for the movement to
diversify its tactics and move away from an exclusive focus on polite, Jim.
so perfectly peaceful, civil disobedience right, ok, so here's the laugh now on in the new Yorker
the podcast talking about how
we cannot it's not so bad but rocks and people's airbag air valves with the gravel otherwise known as
apple and let the ear out it's it's an incoming sure, but it doesn't do any harm
then. Now we really see that we really have to go away from non violence cousin
really not working
here he is on blowing up a pipeline. What actions are
recommending for the movement, while I
the movements contained
with mass action and civil disobedience, but also opens up for profit to destroy
Some are saying we should stop, strikes or or
occupations for demonstrations of the usual kind. I am all in favour of that, but I do think we need to step up because so little has changed,
and so many investments are still being poured into new fossil fuel projects zone. I am in favour of of destroying machines property not harming p.
well that's very door was very simple
send the sanction very and I think property can be destroyed and all manner of ways or it can be neutralized for innovation, jump a fashion as when we debated the suvs or more spectacular fashion, as in potentially blowing up a pipeline. That's under construction that something that people have done. You tell you, so you are recommending blowing up a pipeline. You used the phrase
intelligent sabotage. What is what,
elegant sabotage, look like in this context. What lemme give you a very concrete example right now tower. The largest single private company headquarters in France is constructing. What will be the
world's longest heated oil pipeline and Uganda and Tanzania, and
displacing the process about a hundred thousand farmers all for the sake of carrying even more oil world market too?
Poor you on the global fire. People in that region were to attack the construction equipment blow up the pipeline before its completed would be all in favour of that. I don't see how that property damage could be,
considered morally illegitimate, given what we know. One of the consequences of such a project
so the ends justify the means, is what he saying here. Remember you are
dangerous one we
just a bunch of journalists, the new Yorker that are just exploring different ideas. Today's idea,
blowing things up and destroying property, very, very, very different than killing people? Of course you know nobody
he was killed in the capital. Well, some one person was killed, but that was pipeline
officer, but police officers in this case are all good and should never be questioned, but the
property was destroyed there in the capital,
that is completely different than blowing up a pipeline and
Glenn, I well known for
are the listeners that
don't run on their own, the people who show up to work
At these facilities are part of the machinery. They are basically parts of the machine.
and if they are parts of the machine they also machinist, destroy annex I had that sounds like a machine to me. Quite honestly,
working on machines if they are not there than these environmental cat.
claims will not occur so obviously killing me.
Who work or here
companies at the wish that the site
and honestly at those people wouldn't show up if they were not paid so the executives of the car company?
are also fairly argues aunt to me, the colleagues or maybe the banks, while they found me too,
they find. Anyone who works at a bank, I think would Wall Street was very those be or any shareholder of a company like this absolute. What about the companies that provide?
atrocity and water to the banks to these facilities.
They are basically guilty. That is, if there should he killed or giving aid in comfort to inanimate what if we killed all people other than us? Well,
We don't waiting on yesterday. We just I've written out a plan and we had yeah. Oh yeah, we ve had a plan for how to eliminate people for a long time lead you brought has because I've been carrying this around for so long, and you know we all know wink wink nod nod we're not gonna kill me
No, it's not rich. Rich backlogs are riches very, very bad unless
We are the ones that are rich had any merit, an utterly here's caught for in yet climate activists groups like three fifty dot, org and extinction rebellion
made clear that non violence is central to their approach. Do you think that's not a mistake, or-
I declare yes all. I have nothing against the tactics employed by these groups. I have very often participated in them myself.
When I have a problem with as when extinction, rebellion and people from friend of fifteen hours per se.
that these are the only things that our movement can ever allowance.
Engagement as in
we are doing is as far as we will ever go will never escalate beyond this, and I think that the that
this dogmatic commit
man who nonviolence
based on a faulty
history minding or understanding of social struggles over history, because it's based on the idea that the only thing that has
ever worked for social movements is to state, completed, peaceful and that just isn't the case. Not most social movements that have struggled against overwhelming odds against animals that have been very powerful have diversified and
use diversifying different tactics, ranging into prompted destruction and confrontation, with
Please. You saw this during the the put me up
after the murder of George flowing redeem and is probably destruction and
ongoing and burning down police stations and Minneapolis, and things like that was an integral part of around eight million people into the streets of the? U S heart than any other in american history. That is amazing. It's weird that they left seems to know that what we are
Thirdly, willows largely non violent,
largely learns violent. Almost, I don't think there was any oil at. What I saw was people that were committed to a cause by the way
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This is the lead back programme right now. A senator is the same blah blah blah blah blah blah blah, listen nation of IRAN, areas of own resources
This is the beginning of the Senate. Arm Service committee. Hearing on Afghanistan,
is going to be testifying today and we
are going to be covering that he's gotta
he's got some law say here that some splendid to know what could possibly tell us who spoke into every author in America. That's written a book about the Trump administration. Why does what else could I possibly say
he seems to be the main source to of every book. That's been released in the past year. These incredible
he's enshrined in our role to think this is not the guy who's gonna be
continually the leaking to the media. There he's got. I answer for the call to China,
and Afghanistan, which has gone very, very well ripe? Yes,
Ghana, students going perfectly
it was it was it.
ass a flea successful, it was enormously success and you couldn't see it as anything other than a success. While I don't know how you do it any better, you can't became reviewed.
Can't do it any better either. I ordered has added this. Why exactly
exactly the same line, shame and humiliation each and every one of us should everyone of usually
by the losers, not the one with a with a military firepower right. You live now.
case, a little bit of a re mix of that situation. Well,
I liked I liked Saki
over the weekend saying that she was just really tired of Republicans blaming Avc
and a stand and the border on this
administration whose this really tired of it,
I retired- who, if I were heard too, is everyone's doing any. She has to answer for it all the time. So I'm sure she is tiny problem is therefore so that's a problem while, while ok-
he's gonna, go there without hearing Billy,
let's listen, it's a more senator real years about the viability of the man on the good and afghan acts really good and how you know the thing about these hearings is
just all the same. They dont they're not actually interested in what the person
ass to say. Have you lad? I hate. I really do hate these hearings, because it's all pre written stuff
by these senators, who just do a speed,
and when the person tries to answer the question they just cut them off to get to their next big moat moment that I guess he's gonna raise dollars and
fund raising email,
have these little? You two moments now occasionally
something out of it. I think we ve seen like, for example, ran Paul, be very effective. With
we found in these things if it's not without that entire,
Lee Worthless, but he actually you're gonna
here. Basically, the Democrats say: look how bad
from was any Garcia Republicans give their speeches about about.
Millie and how he shouldn't have talked to China, and these are both valley because argue with
a valid points are not right, but their valid points for their own sides. The question do we get. I won't stop formally. I want him to be asked questions I want him like, like ran Paul. Did
civic questions. Where D you giving were fallacy,
Storing them gave us something, give us a better
we're standing of
that situation. Changes
early work yet and that's what we want
we want someone who's going to actually ask a question. That's going to
visit. Some sort of response and speech itself makes no differ right and not allow elicit a response, but put them on the record one way or another. You know. Did you say
tat phone call, yes or no, who did you speak to her about it? Who was on the phone?
call. Did you ever tell the president about that phone? Call, yes, or no
I don't know we made the phone call
I know he's never denied any I'm. So what can we do
item on record. We ve got among you, know, recordings ease.
he's our? He has responded and said that if it wasn't
When I say so, of course, I suppose he didn't do anything bad breath. Yea. Did you
first of all, this is what they got generals at, oh yeah, yeah. You did me out there I arrived. We I mean this is what they got General Flynn on, remember
Logan ACT because
He called and said: look there's a new administration coming in, let's not escalate,
to the point where we we can't ratchet things back down. Don't do anything
any get in trouble for that. How dare him do that? Well, I personally
that one is ok he's calling on behalf of the incoming president and sang let's, let's take a breath here.
take a breath. Don't do anything until we get into office. You know
Does we're gonna have a different approach. I think that
is very wise of him to do. Well, that's what they
argue they were doing. Milly would argue, we call up and said, look do when we know not only hurt now not on behalf of the president. He worked for the present. That's the problem. He is
was: the chief of staff, a chief of staff,
so it would be ok for the coming year. Blinking judges to how often say hey look, things are gonna, be better and a couple weeks. Iraqis are correct,
not for the guy who is currently the advisor
to the president and telling him that outcome
All you have anything is get bad gonna happen, and not
calling the president he's making that phone call. Did you hear Woodward's excuse on us
maintain. So it's interesting because I read the book peril and it is the the way
conservatives and even in the media. I think this this whole Milly China thing has been taken is not how it was presented in the book. It was first
and in the book, as a way to
LE straight. How bad trump was. It was not presented in the book
as a way to show that Milly was undermining truck wreck. It was
then it is a way to say look. Tromp was so bad after had to call and say we
promise. We won't nuclear China it it's a totally
Spencer, spend saying like know what we were saying was: tromp was a
a national security threat
and why I had to it.
then you ve got a eurozone, but that's what he's trying to say which to me is absurd in orbit they're just right, it's interesting. They
it would be taken this way by the media, and I think even the media at some level has said this doesn't feel right. You can't
your generals, calling up in and doing things that are behind the president's back now there they have argued Syn.
GA there's lots of people on this cod and I talk to
spur and we we know not. Everything goes to the president, but I d I talk to my MR superiors, bud, I think,
pretty weak reasoning here, it's it's way better, but when the president himself says to like the President of Russia hey after the event,
action. I'm gonna have a lot more leeway. Didn't do what ever you guys want me to do so, just hang on and then that
transmitted backed of Lattimer its way better. When that happens, that's a good point. Put the Democrats have this down there. They ve got the
the trees and aspect down to a real science here they do they do they disgrace.
I'm wondering how someone justifies that the last
President, was out of control who brought peace.
And this one who is break
all norms internationally in,
in dangerous ways and getting it
this one is not somehow or another out of control yet so it's amazing he eat can get away with
you know. I'm still lay still
noticing that some of the
most glaring things about this guy that I don't know,
he's losing his mind, there's another little aspect and they might want to pay attention to some time in the near future, because you're gonna have to deal with it.
I wonder how did you know? Did you hear the opening of the show today where we played the audio from the New Yorker about how to blow up
Some like they were interviewing a terrorist,
No, no I mean our mental amended environment, yeah terrorism, just things, then you know because it so dire. We just have to start blowing up pipelines and that's all I'm saying is already saying that the very nuanced, it's very nuanced adamant and that's that's
totally fine yeah they. They are
They are coming out in saying things that I know
thought possible that they would
per se. However,
I'm wondering now, if Democrats
I mean the kindly used to live next door. To you, I mean, and probably still do, live next door to that aren't crazies,
do they see that your
now being spoon FED environs.
They are now starting to embrace terrorism,
I don't know, were so divided. We are so torn apart on every issue that I don't know. If there are
just normal Democrats anywhere, not very many of them anyway mini they hate
other side, so much that they can't see any other stuff. Now those there has to be
because there are
There are many groups that make up the right there
people who are just get em
that's a small little fringe group, then there there are the Trump supporters than others
or who are reluctant to.
Supporters and then non trumped supporters. You know that that this, the right,
is broken up and fragmented. Are you saying is just one lockstep feel safe
credit party, it does feel like it because you never hear anybody speak out against. It does feel like that, but I think sometimes I noticed this would vaccines alot right like who the people who get highlighted you get the people who are like you have the vaccine. Are you gotta president on one side and then you have the people are like. I don't want your fancy Madison on the other. I don't know you talk to people about and if you're lucky I you know, I don't know I'm a little. I don't really want to get it until I get shots. I don't want the side effects right and then he saw TAT the other people on the other side. Like you know, I think it's a good idea, but if you don't want to get it whatever, what are we gonna do like any that most people in reality on the internet
in the end in the media? Those people never get highlighted, but, like I don't know when I have,
conversations with people about this. Is there not insane they? Don't they don't sound like they tweet? And I don't think that's just a thought.
function of social media or what you know gets
six online or what, but it definitely does seem different. You know I am
there are. There are definitely people, I know, but we lose Texas. Yet no, that's true, but I do if I have a lot of people of France who live around the country and when we ve lived in every
city, basically, weren't radioset move forty six thousand times and want to talk to people there like there
some people. I know who are like, like he Donald Trump with such a passion
that, no matter what is associated with him, they
will, we know revolt against it and say he's the worst person in the world, but, like I also
people who voted for Joe Biden hurt. Like I don't know I mean I can. I just seem like he was a bet.
better, no trumpet seems like he's out of control, but whatever it like, there's not like not everyone has that
think people do live their own lives. They do actually
like care and allow these
People by the way are very credible on things like c r t, you know,
They might heartily hate Donald, I think the vaccine to and Afghanistan in Afghanistan, in particular Afghanistan, the one that I think we're closest on. I haven't met one person who was defended. What happened
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Let's see what the general Milly has to say in his opening frame here, a landlord country, no government, a highly dynamic situation on the ground and an active, credible and lethal terrorist threat.
In a span of just two days from thirteen to that we're not merely were hearing from? We went from working alongside a democratically elected longtime partner government to coordinating wearily with a long time enemy we operated in a deeply dangerous environment line, approved a lesson and pragmatism
professionalism. We learned a lot of other lessons to about how to turn and AIR force base and color to an international airport
and I have to do and about how to rapidly screening process and manifest large numbers of people. Why nothing like this?
been done before and no other military in the world could pull it off, and I think that is crucial, not everywhere and like this now I know
members of this committee- will have questions on many things, such as why we turned our work programme airfield,
Oh yeah, how real is our over the horizon capability? All let another in. Why didn't? We start evacuation
so do I guess, and why didn't we stay longer to get more people raise questions, so let me take each in turn. Ok I'll write retaining boardroom would have required putting as many as five thousand. U S. Troops in harm's way, just two
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to the mission that we ve been assigned. No, that was to protect and defend the embassy, which was some thirty miles away, but the problem was the assignment. That's what I'm a distance from Kabul all render programme of little value. Any evacuation staying at bottom, even for counterterrorism purposes, meant staying at war in Afghanistan.
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Let's see, let's just take some of the Milly comments here: periods on the front, revelations of issues that are
concern to many members on the committee and, with your permission, I would like to address those four minutes to again up submitted memoranda for the committee to take a look at you.
pretty miss chairman. I've. I've serve this nation for forty two years I spent years in combat and I buried a lot of my troops who died while defending this country. My loyalty to this nation, its people and the constitution, hasn't changed and will never change as long as ever breath. To give my loyalty is absolute and I will not turn my back on the fallen with respect to the chinese calls.
I routinely communicated with my counterpart generally with the knowledge and coordination of civilian oversight. I am specifically directed to
communicate with the Chinese by department, defence guidance,
the policy dialogue system, these military to military committee.
stations at the highest level are critical to the secure
If the United States, in order to dig inflict military actions, manage crisis and present prevent war,
great powers that are armed with the world's most deadliest weapons. The calls on
the October on eight January or coordinated before and after which secondary esper and acting secondary Miller, staffs and the Inter agency.
the specific purpose of the October in January, calls would generate.
Generated by concerning intelligence, which caused us to believe that
I need is worried about an attack on them by the United States. I know I am certain that President Tromp did not intend to attack the Chinese and it is my directed responsibility, and it was my director responsibility by the secretary to convey that intent to the chinese
My task at that time was to de escalate. My message again was insistent stay calm.
they look says, is that he s we are not going to attack you secretary defence aspects
Correction, I made a call generally on thirty October. Eight people saddened that call with me, and I read out the call within thirty minutes of the call ending
On thirty one December, the Chinese requested another call with me. The deputy assistant
defence or Asia, Pacific policy helps coordinated, my call, which was then scheduled for eight general, and he made a preliminary call on six January. Eleven people attended that go with me and read. Out of this call were distributed to the
that same that same day, shortly after my call ended with generally, I personally informed both Secretary of State Powell, pale and White House chief of staff meadows about the call among other topic
soon after that I attended a meeting with acting sectoral Miller Rye brief him on the coal.
later that same day, on eight January, speaker, Thou Blowsy called me to enquire about the president's ability launch nuclear weapons. I sought to assure her that nuclear launch is governed by a very specific and deliberate process. She was concerned and made very or made various personal references characterizing. The president, I explained to her that the president is the sole nuclear launch authority and he doesn't launch them alone.
And that I am not qualified to determine the mental health of the President of the United States, there are processes, private, altering the procedures in place
repeatedly assured, or that there is no chance of an illegal unauthorized or accident the launch by presidential directive and Secretary Defence directive. The chairman is part of the
access to ensure the president is fully informed when determining the use of the world's deadliest weapons
by law. I am not in the chain of command, and I know that, however, by presidential directive and deity instruction, I am in the chain of communication to fulfil my legal status
to our role as the president's primary military adviser. After the speaker Pelosi call, I convened a short meeting
as with key members of my staff to refresh all of us on the procedures which we practise daily at the action after level. Additionally, I mean
informed, acting secondary defence Miller of Sex speaker policies. Bunco at no time was I attempting to change or influence the process
authority or insert myself in the chain of command, but I am expected. I am required to give my advice and ensure that the president is fully info
on military matters. Matters I submitting for the the of of more detailed and classified memoranda. I believe you
now have a little late and I welcome a thorough work
through an every single one of these events, so do happen
Give me the because that's not really how it's portrayed in the book. Is it yeah coupled
for incidents here, the on the China call, the the
does does indicate that he called China end.
Tried to de escalate?
The impression I get for the book is that they had intelligence that
the Chinese were worried about this. So how did they require that some sort of espionage or whatever, that they thought that they were work,
about us attacking because they saw the the
unrest here and veto
the chinese wooden who necessarily understand that and he tried to explain to them out. This is just the vastness of democracy, it's just the messages democracy, but in the book it's
say it as they shouldn't have read it as this is the biggest attack on democracy since the civil war and sets out very guarantees have in that you have even heard from Milly now. Obviously, you could excuse him for lying to the Chinese out, have no problem with it sure whatever, but
there's the I dont know what I want. My guess is he's like do us? Yes, however, the book itself portrays
much more like it's a secret call that he saying here, there's not all that
detail about there's eleven people on and all of that, it's
for trade. More as like a
he was so distraught by
the happenings here sure
that he had to call to make sure
This was this. This possibility of an attack was put down at no point did they indicate as he met.
since their that here
really believed tromp was going to attack. There's that baby now there seems to be worry from policy on that, and that's the other part of that call police
he mentions there in his testimony.
talking about how he look. I don't know, I have no way of another medical doctor, you're, not a doktor. He has no way of determining whether the press,
mental health is at stake, are not. However,
the call multiple times
He tells Nancy Policy that he agrees with everything she saying and says it better
she's says: she's, the one saying he's insane he's crazy and they have a transcript the full transcript in the book.
And he replies
I don't the could, the
I agree with you, but I agree with you on it's like he system and like I agree with you on everything that you're saying we're in one hundred percent agreement.
That's a little different ban.
Our docked, that's it. I can comment on a gal. I can comment on that debts. That's for you to say not for me to even in way and on now, when you read the book, you get the very, very strong suspicion, especially you know anything about Woodward's, past writings
General Milly is a big time source. Fourth book. Many. These conversations are
detail he's involved in them and he comes off.
looking like the hero, which is always how you can tell in a Woodward book
Who who is the source correct, because he just you know he gives them that the most positive treatment, which is why he gets people to participate, because if you dont participate with him, he
You look like a criminal, so people per
dissipate all the time, and even Donald Trump Talk to Bob Woodward.
about one of his books, even though he knew was going to be a negative book, because if you don't
talk to him. They just take everyone else's lies, as fact, so you have to at least attempt to
back, it's a nice little circuitous system! Woodward's!
go on with these books, but you get the strong
since that Millie is a source for almost all of this
of intrigue in the book aright,
the leaders or play
Some questions about the afghan withdraw. We want to stay with this a bit today because
This is I mean
is the worst thing that has happened militarily in
I would find it a little bit differently. I would say he can't call it anything, but a success. That's how I would frame and sit. That's Framingham High also have red hair and in an address on right now, you d of either of those. If I did, I was generally, I would say this is anything but a success. Ok, what's interesting about
is, as he's begin,
the testimonies we're coming back to the show. He said it's obvious. The war did
The terms we wanted now I thought
you couldn't say it was anything but a success,
now we saying we didn't. These are not the terms that we wanted. So I don't know
I guess there's some little
A three way you couldn't come through make both of those statements makes sense
or maybe they were just hoping for failure, and then they got a success and that
can I tell you that they gotta they have of it? I believe I actually do believe that their
those that were involved in this, that it did.
And a failure and solve this was wildly successful in
accomplishing all of the goals that they wanted, which one
demoralize America make me
will question our our military and also driver
edge between us and our.
our allies. That was your goal.
There is no other way to describe this other than a complete success by the way,
hey, I did an interview with General Flynn,
and it's gonna be the podcast on Thursday Blaze TV subscribers if you haven't subscribed yet you kind of want to see this one
he had a lot to say about General Milly, which was weird
he had for the entire tight bodies. Would you say I wouldn't I? U characterize it that way now? No, I wouldn't characterize it that way, and he had a lot to say about Afghanistan,
Oh any had an awful lot to say about the Justice Department and
I'd to say about the media, he had generally a lot to say about General Flynn. The first interview with him that comes up on Thursday only
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Let's go back to our general memories of the recommendation made by their duty in half
What I said in my opening statement-
the memoranda that I wrote back in the fall of twenty twenty remained consistent and I do agree with that.
Committees- Insurers, whether not General Miller's
recommendation ever got to the president
Obviously there are conversations with the resident.
but I would like to ask, even though gentle Mckinsey they give me this statement, did you talk to the present
the General Miller's recommendation, so I was present,
when that discussion occurred and uncomplicated
heard all the recommendations and listened to very thoughtfully.
one of the recommendations it was made by the three of you would be the recommendation
Originally, it was made by General Miller's too,
two weeks ago,
During the August eighteenth interview on a b c George Alice S, President Biden,
whether you s troops would stay beyond August thirty. First, if there are still Americans to evacuate
Biden. Responded to. This is a quote. If there's a man,
again, citizens left we're going.
Stay to get them all out. This didn't happen
its binding decision resulted in all the troops leaving, but there
Citizens are still trying to get out how many is
How many american citizens is
opinion are still there.
go down the line each one of you
there comes a anyone. Chechen are lost and refer to the state Department for that, for that
judgment, big, that's that's a dynamic process!
they ve been contacting the civilians at around in Afghanistan and again, I would divert it M for definitive numbers that way
you're commercial Milly same
you just said that there were numbers at the beginning of this process. With a
we have seven. Seven report are the out of the embassy
and we know that we took out almost six thousand. I guess it is american citizens.
but how many remain and urge you to do. All of you agree that Secretary State religion,
when he made his analysis as to how many people would be here, but
still be there. You talked about the ten to fifteen thousand citizens left behind
and the end then evacuated some six thousand
would mean a minimum of four thousand would be, would still be
there are now? Would anyone disagree with that,
by your silence. I assume you agree,
no, I don't
personally. I believe that, therefore thousand american citizens stole up enough.
I understand, but I cannot confirm or deny that the centre see things signatory states.
probably wrong. It is analysis, english, german dagger, and just for the record date,
here and there a knave ice last ranking member have each abided by the five minute rule there is fair
Mr Chairman and thank you secretary os
in general million General Mackenzie for being here this morning and secretary
ass the genome. Shall he thank you for your efforts to put in the sun.
Historical perspective. What happened and Afghan
Stan and for recognising the incredible
nervous and sacrifice even deserts? They like the military right now, general milling, but little change,
a hearing for what they are getting up here and you are a Democrat on new wonder what use was lying or not like explicitly military service and that today, still bad, and until we are talking about your our six, that argue, I ask about the departments plans to evacuate them now. You indicated today that you, you thought we might be facing the kind of desperate situation that we saw
cobble, but your response at that time was that quote: lots of peace,
and he was ongoing, and this is end quote
State department was leaning efforts pertaining to evacuating our afghan partners, and you explicitly
hold the committee that, in your professional opinion you didn't
see Saigon, nineteen, seventy five and Afghanistan, so I'm just trying to figure out why we missed
from a public perception and hears that we didn't
anticipate the rapid
far from it wasn't Saigon Ipad, seventy five Afghanistan that was far unworkable and there
lose the Taliban and authorities play out on television in an
Did we miss shudder?
absolutely missed the rapid eleven
day collapse of the Afghan
military and the collapse of their government
I think there was a lot and I ask you something still did dubious. That did you may
that that sneak up on you not at all, I saw it happening on television and right and were for what they just said. We're just gonna come out and the troops are gonna be fine and everybody is gonna. Be great. Did you
Leave that or did you have some intel
I had some secret into secret. It does. I must have a secret intel because I didn't think
was going to work out at all. I didn't. I wasn't surprised by the collapse of Afghanistan since the programme.
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play ran from Joe Rogan that I just think is inspired
ring now he's in trouble.
For this, because somebody
in a video of it and then put some
images to it that include the Nazis and are not happy. So Joel
and must pay, but listening to his words as soon as you give
politicians, power, any kind of power that didn't exist previously, if they
figure out a way to force you into caring something that lets you enter businesses or lets you do this or let businesses open. Historically, they are not going to give that power out. They find new reasons being calendar drive. We have to protect those freedoms at all cost with you agree with people's choices or not, because it is the foundation that this country was founded on freedom. This idea of freedom there's so many people that think it's frivolous. It's not important. It's not the main thing that we should be focused on, but it is the literal structure that allows his country to be so amazing. Every single country that ever existed other than the United States off until one thousand seven hundred and seventy six every
country that has ever existed, which one my dictator all of them. This is the first experiment and self government that actually worked, and he created the
Superpower, the world's ever known it created the greatest cultural, the greatest machine of creativity, innovation, why?
and as soon as you see something comes along and inhibits your freedom, you should be very cost. Effective should be very suspicious because anything that comes along that can inhibit your freedom is, by definition, an timer.
That's horrible in it. That's horrible, now,
why is he in trouble, lies in trouble? Because
You know that anybody is trying to take your right away and, as he saying that images of
apparently can't be done right, that's their big,
they're big lion. I guess that the group of people that told you that Donald Trump was Adolf Hitler for the past five years now suddenly, as problem with holocaust comparisons,
It is a that's an interesting new discovery from the left
I don't know how they came across it and by the way we should point out that Joe Rogan didn't compare
that it all? He that's, that's that with a filmmaker who who put image
is to his words you.
to some Nazi Nazi
We are then a lot of other images dictatorship from dictatorship painters. Whenever anyone starts to say you know certain things, those are signs that you're on the wrong path, right that wrong path, as that is the best way to put this because at the end of the path, if the end of the bath
is Nazi Germany? You don't take
steps down that path. You don't take five steps down that path. You too,
zero steps down that path. You avoid the path
at all, but no one is saying that currently,
We are in the middle of murdering millions of people, however,
when government takes control, sometimes bad people
wind up with the power behind that govern.
And they are able to use those controls against the people, I will give you four left an exam
Couple of someone that might concern you with lots and lots of power is names, Donald Trump member. How much
You remember how you were saying he was Hitler or what, if he had all of this power, what if you gave him all of that power? What
this person, but you ve been saying- is Adolf Hitler for five years, what
he had all of this power. How would you feel about it? This is why it
matter about the man it doesn't matter who? The
First, it is done matter. The party you limit that the country is designed so that no matter how crappy your president is
they can't do those things right, no matter how crappy Congress or the Senate yet or
the Supreme Court or anybody? Could you can't do it, but it requires all of those. People too
stand with the constitution of the United States and they're not, and there did not doing it because of their own power in their own money, etc, etc, or
their own arrogance? They think they know better and that's where
dictators, usually start they just no better than everyone else, and that's what
He were designed to stop and were the only one desire,
to stop it now. They said
just because it it's like, like antlered, doesn't arenas, gonna end and the whole cost? Well,
ok. But I don't really think that we,
should be going down the german road in any way shape or form yea. It may not lead
the ovens, but I don't.
Think I wanna even go down that road. At all I mean maybe we'll have some strudel, but that's his deep into Germany as I care to go. But if you look at this,
This was developed by genocide watch
along with the
the United States Department of State, the eight stages of genocide,
and here they are so
would you say that we want to go down this road at all
if we want to make sure that it never happens again. We shouldn't do any
of these things. He
step. One people
are divided into them and us primal been done. That's done
ok so step. One on our road to the Holocaust has already been done step too
symbol is asian.
When combined with hatred, symbols may be forced upon unwilling members of pariah groups.
to combat civilization. Hate symbols can be legally prohibited. As hate speech. Ok! Well, I don't think that that
This star has been sown onto anybody, I
think they're hate symbol that has,
by the left is the make Amerika great hat
anything that identifies you as a trump supporter. You are now part of a group that its own,
hey to hate. Would you agree with that.
Yeah, I would say yes to eliminate you look at the theatres of
was an episode of curbing enthusiasm for this past year, where Larry
it decided he didn't want to talk to people, so he wore
hat so that please,
talk to him because he knew we know where I want to interact with him if he had it on, I mean I think that that's obviously comedic way of telling it, but I think,
that's kind of true. It is large swathes of the country earlier large swathes of the country, the other symbol, but it's ok to hate is not wearing a mask.
If you were a mask your fine, you can see
the purse aided scream at the personal, that's not wearing a man. Never we had that whole punch nazi movement for awhile there.
We know related to the Antigua stuff, where you see someone who you quorum quote think as a fascist, it's ok to punch that right, ok, to attack them because their we're anti fascist. So there is
I meant end in a powerful one, so we're on that road we are, and I were not you're, not they're, not we're not officially assigning a symbol, but the symbols exist.
discrimination is the third one law,
or cultural power law or cultural power, excuse
lives groups from full civil rights, segregation or apartheid laws, denial of voting rights, ok,
well law or cultural power. We have that no denying groups
Full civil rights or segregation we are now in our colleges, segregating
we're segregating instead of black people,
were now segregating. White people out New York City is most most young.
African Americans are not allowed to go and restaurants tests,
they got it on. That directive
have multiple places their meat, certainly not full civil rights, have a road to that level. While began
are being gonna. Go down this road. We are being told that their patience is running thin and you will not be able to do things if you don't have the vaccine bear them. That's definitely
I again that's not where the rights, but there there are problems right step for
halfway to the ovens were halfway to the ovens. No,
well. You're saying this is half of this list yeah Ba, but we haven't done all the things from far unless we don't know, but some of them on the road we are on the road. On all of us,
them so far right
or dehumanization one.
hope denies the humanity of the other group members of it are equated with animals, vermin, insects or diseases. Already done, that's that's done.
I don't know, that's, go out,
ices by somebody like Ireland, for example, you watch Jimmy came all the other night saying like lad. Let let the people who are on vaccinated die in the hospital is such as to make him. Will you have doktor saying that we have some, but
No, that's the entire society or the entire apparatus of the government saying that, but it is its
You told me coming or popular yes becoming more popular
This is where it. This is where the metal meets the road or the
the rubber meets the road
You have never tires he made out of their of that. You have the first four and those
be done culturally or
through official means. The four of these.
Have been done culturally now,
you get into organization.
Genocide is always organised, special army units or militias are often trained, and armed
I think we're go
through that now, with our military, Abbe
trained and see our tee and
will you know they're out searching for people who are trump supporters, cause they're, radicals, etc, etc. It's the beginning of it or what
could be the beginning of it. You disagree with that.
I see what you're saying I'm in the idea that the
The emphasis on domestic terrorism, yes, is a problem mummy that does that mean we have organised militias going, have none at all on us. I'm not saying that. I am saying this at the beginning that the training is beginning to see
the country. However, you vote or if you won't play along with the Woke game, you're a problem
an extremist. That's the beginning of the training
then polarization hate groups, broad
asked polarizing propaganda, but were
doing that right now in this programme, but we do every day. No remember I mean I think this
coming from this
aimed at the victim group, and I think that properly
is coming out.
operation, mass killing is planned. Thank God. I don't think that's happening
seclusion? That's when people are rounded up and put into ghettos or concentration camps and then extermination by the way, the tenth step.
the perpetrators deny they committed any crime. How
hard. That must be
we have always seen this, we saw this in Germany
and we still see this in Germany there there you know people like land, I didn't have one now I ve been doing anything wrong. It was just that was what words go and I we didn't know how hard it
B for the people who lived through that and no they're Newton. If their neighbors did no.
I mean how many times do we have people denying things like, for instance, right now? They Democrats not anywhere in the scale, but the Democrats,
denying that they were the ones that were holding kids out of school, but they were the ones they now claim. They were fighting for the schools to be open. It
the evil, Republicans that we're trying to keep schools closed.
I mean how did how do you survive that? How do you do I mean? How do you make that, so your brain just doesn't explode
say like is as important is to warn about these roads is also important. To note, like
it does of aims it does things are standing in the way, still big things. We have a constitutional structure that stops this. We have great people and in the military and are in our police that stop this and like look-
I'll, be honest, you know every day life
It seems normal elegant these days,
escalate slowly, but these problems are problems that you you get rid of now, so you don't neri about these bigger problems. Corredor correct and his Edward Black told me
These problems that we have this meat
The holocaust made
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But it also means that we have done a lot of the work where it could happen tomorrow. We
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Nineteen time Emmy when John startle, hailed by the Dallas morning, news as the most consistently thought provoking tv reporter of our time and then he
then he figured out that regulation causes more problems and decided
report on how the government is really screwing things up and that's when things went bad for John but went
eight for America. Johnston
full joins us now, high John. How are you
Rachel America. While I wish I had a much our eye. Heath
I think you have had a massive impact on how to give out a massive impact on America in all I've watched you
for years and years, and the things that you you exposed
changed a lot of people open their eyes, not be no. Not all of the new no party
people in New York and all the people in our fashionable, but I think a lot of regular Americans
why are you suing say Facebook now I dont like losses, but I'd just unbelievable. What facebook distilling that some of what
we complain about, they can do legally, they can take people off if they want. They can sensor subjects like whether the virus might have been man made in China. That's legal, but it's not legal them legal for them to just lie about people and that's what they ve done about me with the help of their fact checker when they have a bunch but a big screwed called science feedback. Noise limits feedback, oh yeah that- and they made up a quota about me- put it
the quote something I never said, and when we pointed this out to them, they just don't change it. And when we try to talk the facebook they say we use our algorithm works and
no change it and it's just a lie, and
That is illegal and I thought well. I should with a lawsuit teach somebody just can't do
that's defamation. So how are you planning on going up against me? Facebook has more money than God view
good attorneys, what I mean, what are they
answers of one,
I stand up against them that they that you win
but the lawyers took it because in my case it wasn't just
about us it was before
why that is defamation but you're right,
he's gonna cost me a lot of money and take a long time and who knows, but I thought I'd try well. Thank you for doing that.
Tell me I'll tell me a little bit about what your thoughts are on the virus in the vaccine. In all of this there,
Erika is so strangely split on this because it became all about politics so well
your thoughts on that John. I was listening
What you just said about that and biting a ninety eight percent- that's just not going to happen, and the country is different from how it's been before this. The level of hatred of the part of people around me for anybody who listens to you, listen to Fox, doesn't maybe
get vaccinated, it's just there in a rage. What's
I'm working on a video on their release, video every Tuesday and were researching different countries
China and Australia are a little bit like America at its worst in terms of locked out but Denver.
or just listed all restrictions. Belgium has just allowed people to be mass. Cliff Sweden eliminated almost all restrictions. Britain just got rid of its plans to create a back
in passport? So many countries are rising up and say: look, this is never gonna go away, is always going to be some around and we have to resume normal life and by doing that, people will get covered, but it doesn't kill. Most of roman people acquire
natural immunity and that's the only way to move on what do you think about
how Americans and the world have reacted. To this I mean I remember,
when it was breaking out in Beijing, and if your member, I there were times when they were welding people into their into their homes, they were ceiling these ironed horse, so people can leave their homes.
And I remember
the saying on the AIR
This would never have. We would never put up with this kind of stuff here in Amerika
two years into this and we're still putting up with it. What happened to us, John, we became, will spell it hurt. Those were not locked
nailing people into their houses now and were not as bad, even as Australia, which has come close to China. On the other hand, those countries have stopped death and suffering.
but I think the only thing that matters in life is whether you die of covert and
China about Julia winning arguments. At the moment. It's three deaths per million people in China, forty in Australia versus
four hundred in Denmark and two thousand per million in the United States. So so
are there saving lives with this repression yeah, but that I mean, if you want to use at logic than we should take every car off the road. We should take every pool out of every backyard. We should take every stake knife out of every dishwasher. Very true, certainly forbid people from driving in the rain
John startle always good to talk to you, sir? When do you go to court? Do you know
four hundred years from now I've got a legal dirty time. Thanks a lot Johnston,
so suing Facebook over
defamation and he is absolutely right and that climate group has been
responsible for getting us banned or having
her hands slap or whatever it actually turned out to be member. There
something they were claiming that we said something
We never said we never said, but we quoted something that was accurate. That came
Out of a study where, in that
said in that study. This particular quote
We don't even know it was in the study. We had nothing to do with that quote
weren't, quoting it we weren't, even holding up the study. We were just using that as a footnote on where we got that particular information or
Information in the study was accurate. That quotas,
but they disagreed with and they attributed it to us said we were
We were saying that we never said that problem.
with a lot of these groups. Is there just sloppy, let alone ideological, antagonistic to conservative values there just bad at their jobs to which is a pretty big problem when you're talking about,
livelihood of business,
You know I mean I ain't Johns, docile elasticity releases, a new video every Tuesday like
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here we go to the audio,
from my believe it was General Boston for answering a question from Tom Cotton here. It is, I understand it you're, the prince.
military adviser issued by
you dont aside the present sides, but it
This is true, general Milly. Why haven't you resigned? Listen to this sad!
senior military officer,
Resigning is a really serious thing. It's a political act. If I'm resigning in protest, my job is to provide advice by stature.
Sponsors provide legal advice or best.
altered. Vice president
it's my legal requirement! That's what the lorries
it doesn't have to agree with that advice. He doesn't have to make those decisions just
because we're generals and it
The incredible active political defiance
four commissioned officer:
to just resigned, because my advice is not taken. This country doesn't want generals figuring out what order
We are going to accept and do what he, let's not our job, is that basic, preventing Zayigo and we're not area is absolutely critical to the sea
public. In addition to that,
personal standpoint. Might my dad didn't get a choice to resign? Eighty with GMO
kids there at abrogate. They don't get a choice to resign and I'm not gonna terms
back on them online
so they can't resign. So I'm not gonna resigned. There's no way
the waters are illegal hold. It went to college just a second stiff stew,
because the president won't listen to. You doesn't mean you resign. I agree with that, but we
need. We don't have a country. Where
Audrey doesn't want a general that resigns every time the president disagrees with them. I agree.
However, when the when the president is making decisions that put our troops and our country endanger real danger
an unnecessary danger. You should resign,
you should go, you should layer stars down on the desk and say Mister President. I can't be up.
this this is too dangerous for our troops. It's not going to work out the way you think it will and all
Let us have advised you of that, and you continue to do so.
that you're going to do it. Well, that's fine age,
won't put those kids lives in jeopardy for something
foolhardy, because it won't work. Sir end of it.
I apologise, but
I experience shows no, it won't you do
for two reasons in hopes at the president would change his mind and if he does
and to be able to warn the people, the president is is making food.
yeah, but it's kind of in a way, wouldn't general manifested
ass. Right, I mean he did not agree with what was going on and the decision making me made around Syria
and he decided he didn't wanna be part of it. Brian
Think there's a lot of criticism of madness for doing bad. I mean you might disagree with his analysis of the situation, but the fact is,
if he didn't want to stand by
was going on in the decisions he didn't stand behind those decisions.
Then removing yourself as a very realistic idea and possibility for milk for a military force,
but again he's right into say that he can't,
if it's a legal order here,
We need to follow it perhaps or resign right, and that would which
so goes to. Then, why didn't you tell the president that you were making a phone call to China
and saying Hale Liz and he's not to do anything and if he does I'll call you first
You work directly for the president. You are the chief military adviser. Did you
was the chief military adviser go into the oval office and said hey China is Freak out, they think you're gonna bomb did you
Did you go away ass? He went to Esper
but will see when we don't. We don't know that is
his day. Isn't he the chief adviser forth the president? I mean me, you should go to the president. That's kind of important
Mr President, China thinks you're gonna bob theirs. I mean I know, there's no chance of you. May I just call them and tell them.
That's not in the cards of course call them, and I think that the
You're part of that call to was what you just mentioned, which was if we're going to attack you. I will warn you now. He could, of course, if he actually did that, there's no doubt its treason, if he call
up underhandedly and warns the chinese government that we're about to attack them when we're about to attack them. That's absolutely open.
Shot treason. Now he
and actually do it, of course, because we were,
going to attack China,
and so we its it we're in a hypothetical land, but
Really, the answer needs to be that he'll. He was lying to China.
was telling China, whatever I felt like telling
even though, obviously, in that real circumstance, I wouldn't call them, is the only
double answer there right. It's the only thing like
totally fine for one of our people to call up and say look we're, never gonna spy on you when we are
lying on the right that stuff happens all the time
honesty is not exactly always
the hallmark of foreign affairs. By
and actually doing it would be. I think, unquestionably, treason, honesty, I think, is
the home or you don't make a phone call to lie to some. Would you make it? You can make a phone call in look if
it's a phone calls. They look all absolutely call you that's gonna happen. Now. If we act
Billy attacking and he calls let's treason home.
If we actually are attacking, and he doesn't call that
not be a surprise row, it wouldn't be, but it would be also. I could see that being something very, very important.
The president to know the president. Hopefully, if he's negotiating with a country he has to know
all of his people are saying
does not? The Congress is that the Senate? These are his people's funny. You say that because a large portion of this book pair of wood by Bob Woodward and Rubber Costa is talking about one of the main issues they found with the Trump administration.
There are so many warring factions in sight of it. There will be
One group saying one thing to China and other groups saying something else to China and I'll. Try
in this is their analysis of the situation,
like some of them on one day, like the other group on another day, so
One group would get priority. They would say something to a foreign country and then
the next group, would go in there. Having no idea will group one said and disagree with them, and so
all these mixed messages- and this is one of the things they claim was frustrating to other countries we were dealing with.
Inga Through wasn't a loser if they that their criticism, narrow, saying that that's a bad thing, they're saying that's a bad thing, sir,
if the president said to a group of people,
let burned the country to almost to the ground that
That's ok and that's the that's part of democracy, but then,
went and claim
that somebody who came in and did some damage to some windows wasn't trying to burn it down
and did some damage in the capital, those be
should be in solitary confinement. Bills would be mixed messages totally, and that would be bad. I thought
that's what I was told as well, but you're right, that's exactly what he did about genuine six in the call Milly says to the Chinese, hey. I know you guys, you know basic,
you guys got your dictatorship over there. We know you would never allow this stuff, but when he got of democracy have to understand these things happen. Sometimes is gonna be riots at the capital, that's essentially what they told what Milly told the Chinese to make them calm down.
will you guys don't understand culturally? This is in fact abnormal, but then it even has the body, but in reality, general really thought this was the worst thing ever okay, so he was lying to China twice. I.
they can verify that he's a liar now because he said it's no big deal and now you know they have tvs and satellite over there. But I don't know now that you're gonna he's not gonna know that he was lying to them and that's why I think the back and forth
at some level is. It is immaterial too.
Whether General Milly should continue in its role and the air
that, I think, is absolutely he needs Salif leave. He can't, even if
best case scenario is true here that he told
Robert Costa and Bob Woodward about all of this behaviour, which shows him to be a liar to China. Only
That's the worst thing you did was he's not a reliable source to animals aries anyway.
It's true, that he can't be trusted for foreign affairs going for direct he's either learning that China Bob
Edward. The american people
the press Donald Trump
The current administration, or today Congress
we can rely on the guy, and now I can't be in that role, correct, correct back in just the same.
Why did you see time magazine last week have gone
she didn't nobody reads at Pisa, crap,
They laid out the potential death of the dollar in kind of a fascinating and terrifying peace. Last week, China
open up its digital currency to foreigners next year when they hosts the Winter Olympic Games. They expect the whole visiting world to utilise their new digital dollar. If you will China,
estimated to be about ten years ahead of the United States. Mark my words were not ten years away from digital money,
and this happens. This is what the article says. Other countries are sincerely interest in finding ways to decrease their dependence on the dollar. The you
facing a world in which it may not control or even the lead. The world's payment systems. When that
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This is the blend back programme. There is somebody is coming out of the world of science they
like they have found physical evidence for one of the most infamous Bible stories
The story of Saddam and Gomorrah,
they have been working on this now for about fifteen years, the city of Saddam is
old tall L Hamon
so, it was from
thirty six hundred years ago,
and it's right
right at the edge, it was an urban centre right at the edge of the dead sea and
we know from the Bible that God destroyed it with fire right just
Black incinerated the place right, ok, well,
Bible is south due back sir,
scientists have been looking now,
their fifteen years worth of excavation, and
I have found a roughly five foot thick jumbled layer of charcoal ash, melted, mud
x and melted pottery. They call it the distress
chicken layer as they are.
looking into it and what caused it
they believe that it was hit
by a meteor, a space rock that
was coming in at thirty eight thousand miles an hour to Saddam
kind of did some damage they too to to,
make this ash
this destruction layer, as is they knew that it had is whatever happened, was had a head at least thirty six hundred degrees, Fahrenheit kind.
So we know it wasn't. You know like a candle. Fire
and what they. What they believe now is that a rock exploded about two points
five miles above ground.
Listen to this creating
blast around a thousand times more powerful than the atomic,
dropped on Hiroshima.
A thousand times more powerful
they say. The massive shockwave would have followed moving at roughly seven hundred and forty miles and seven hundred and forty miles an hour faster than any tornado ever on record. It would have demolish
every building and killed all inhabitants? We
she's kind of what the Bible story says.
So that's kinda, weird
by the way the last thing in the story just just to make your day make it make. You feel better
this tells us there are currently more than twenty six thousand near asteroid, a near earth asteroids
And one hundred short period near earth comets that could cause an impact like this on earth
They added one will inevitably crash into the earth, but
Don't worry about the twenty six thousand, because millions more remain undetected.
And some may be headed towards here right now, so I
simply go wrong
I ask you something. Let me ask you something: if I gave you a choice.
you could live through the rest of your life. Go
through all the stuff that we know is coming right off.
a giant space, rod and blow up two and a half miles above your hair and you'd be vaporized immediately. I
think idea: immediately pain
no pain, no, no parent, all you're, like ie, if you're inside
Maybe you hear the? Maybe maybe you hear the
you know, emergency broadcast system go off, maybe and it's like
stations, a giant space and that's all you here.
And then you're all vaporized, ok, but probably
gonna get the GPS system Theatre,
If your outside, you might look up and go what the hell is and then you're dead.
So nor you can leave the rest of your life on the road whereon right now, because there was an interesting movement behind a presidential candidate. Recently,
called sweet meteor of death ass, the
idea. Was that kind of this
like we vote for a sweet meteor of death to come and take us all out and take us out of our
never ending excruciating pain. I think I've learned while I dont want to sign for other people. I wouldn't want to vote vote for them.
because you know other people
would be involved. So,
I choose the meteor and I knew it was coming. I would say, hey by the way
You should all leave the area, maybe about twenty five miles around me cause it's coming now I dont know more people would leave or
flock to me. They run
radio yeah they might run toward me. There was a in the documentary film, real genius from nineteen eighty five long. There was a defense system created that would balance.
of mirrors in space
and then it would come down and it could vaporize a target, a human target from space. Nonetheless, a jewish, that's a jewish families. Are yes, jewess pay fines in the film they didn't talk about being Julia while, but the jewish whores leisurely Hollywood right out of you. That's why I ride or evaded Ostia, but your space laser. So the that's the way of doing it, instead of wiping out an entire community with the sweet meter, meteor of death, you could do
in an individual laser way and just justified
No, I know it's coming well
let's just say who,
You said you get a vote for the sweet meteor of death, or I said I wouldn't because then it would involve other people right. So what is the solution and presenting one that will not affect other people this region?
b, you being vaporized. Maybe we should give this to like Amazon, and so, if you're ever talking- and you didn't say, SIRI
still listening to you and you be like man what I just love to be vaporize today,
then SIRI could have that and they
The report back to you know whom ever
probably right to the head guy there and
he'd say I got the space laser, the jewish space laser.
And Syria would say he wants to be vaporized and then you're does vaporized.
the annual to simplify things would, I will say it would. It was
it would. I will say we would avoid alot of dumb commentary from a yo see if we were
with a space. Laser didn't have to hear her speaking. That would
one positive of being hit with a jewish it. I never thought of it this way before, but maybe they're not. The problem may be me being alive and hearing a lot about fighting. Is they have thought about tat? You may not yeah yeah. They have realised that you are the prob Dammit stew. Could we please talk about science for a second, of course? Ok, let me talk about science. This is from the scientific American.
The acronym Jed I has become
A popular term for branding academic committees and labeling stem science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine initiatives, foe
based on social justice issues.
Used in this context, Jed. I stands for justice, equity diversity, annex inclusion, this is again
and from scientific American, ok
in recent years. It has been used and been employed by a growing number of prominent institutions and organisations, including the national academic academies of Sciences, engineering and medicine. At first
lands. Jedi might simply appear to be an elegant way to explicitly build
justice into the more karmic common formula of d YE I
an abbreviation for diversity, equity and inclusion. However,
It shares the name with super heroic protagonists of the science fiction. Star wars, franchise waited, does it died out, I've heard it in the scientific, no contact, and thus it is inappropriate way
so d, I assume that existed in science, fairly diversity, equity,
inclusion vs, yes, and they have now changed to jet. I because people will actually remember at around justice equity
Clearly we use Jed. I am because I thought you knew it was a copyright reason. No you're saying
because why? What what well
through its connections to star wars, the name jet I can inadvertently associate our justice work with stories and stereotypes that are a gallon.
see far far away from the values of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion? So we have to
Ask ourselves a few questions. These connections are: are they ones that we want to have, for instance,
the jet. I are inappropriate mascots for social justice. This there
substantially heroes in star wars? The jetty are inappropriate. Symbols, however, for justice work.
They are a religious order of intergalactic, a intergalactic police monks per.
Tools, like can't be real, does
real article. This is a real article from
I interpret American or would only gets better from here. Does it,
prone to White Savior Savior is and toxic.
Ascalon approaches to conflict resolution? Princess lay a was toxic masculinity ocean she's in here how,
Oh she's in here the jet. I also exclusionary cult,
membership with two, which is partly predicated on the possession of heightened psychic and
physical abilities, sir,
I kingly force wielding talents are negatively explained in star wars there now
merely in spiritual terms, also in able list and eugenic terms,
he's supernatural powers or naturalised is biological hereditary attributes. So it is that force potential is framed as a dynamic
dick property of noble bloodlines, for instance the Skywalker done at dynasty this I'm not
Making this analysis I carefully. This is real. Look up,
Scientific American here here is here. It is why the two
Jed. I is problematic.
for describing programmes that promote justice, equity diversity and inclusion. Let me take a break. What you look it up verify that it's real
because it did so it's all. It gets a lot better than this. It gets a lot
better than S. So,
Well, let's see! Look.
It has one two three four five different scientist wing in on this,
I've ever I have an announcement,
ok, we're gonna, wait, wait! Wait for you!
How can we should we wait for your? No, I don't think I can at least give you this part of it. I
praying now for the sweet meteor of death,
He just found out that it is really. I would challenge for you. It's gonna take a little bit of your time, not much but a little, but in the end, probably to save your butt loto money.
Even better you become a jet. I
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I'm just reading again from scientific American. Why the term Jeddah is problematic for describing programmes that promote justice, equity diversity and inclusion? That's becoming pie,
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and these are not just merely spiritual terms, but also by alike.
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right. This star wars always took five five scientists to read
star. Wars also has a problematic cultural legacy. The space-
or a franchise has been critique for trafficking in injustices such as sexism, racism and
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example of the so called slave Leah Costume
miss for stripping down and chaining up the movie series. First leading woman as part.
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an orientalists sub plot so so way it's bad because ory
the chain, their women on their foie gras eyes oriental population. I am shocked that you would even use that word. I was talking about an orgy hunted, sub loathlier. Luckily you can't say exactly ran like I'm, not getting in trouble taken a guilty or not guilty. I I can't say it and he's just throwing around these oriental people. I don't even know what you mean stew. You did just
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he's trying to make this look like something.
would have happened in Asia. Right angle, you, if that's true, the problem is not that they changed her up. The problem is that were criticising a foreign culture.
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