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"andy marshall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Radio one in Canada and across North America on Sirius X M 1 69 NPR X I'm tall Yes, Linger in for Tom Power as you may have heard. The singer known as Canada's first lady of the Blues, died over the weekend at the age of 86. Salo, May Bay was often described as a Trailblazer. She moved between music and theater, and she was a crucial presence in both worlds. She was originally from New Jersey. But in 1964 she moved to Toronto and made it her home. That's where she broke new ground as a jazz and blues musician, as well as a writer and performer and all kinds of plays cabarets. Even Children's musicals. Salameh was named an honorary member of the Order of Canada for her contributions. She got a Grammy nomination for her work on the Broadway play Your Arm's too short to box with God. She received two Dora Mae for more awards for her cabaret show called in to Go about the history of the blues. The accolades go on and on beer bottle here from someone who knew her, not just for her incredible accomplishments. I knew her as a person and as a mentor or in Isaac's, is a producer, bassist and former band leader on the Mike Bullard show. He also worked as Salamis touring Bass player and when he looks back at the very first day he played for her when he was just 18 years old. He calls it the day his professional career as a bassist was born or in Isaac's Joins me now to remember Salo May Bay high or in Welcome to queue. To tell you. How you doing? Hey, I'm all right. How about you? Okay, I'm doing all right. Yeah, I'm so sorry for for your loss, and I'm wondering, you've had some days to process this now. What did Canada lose this week? They They lost a jog or not, in terms of not only just a talent, but just in terms of a person. You know Solo me was like I said it was more. She's mourning the musician. She brought people together. And she she had a way about her. That was just It was unapologetically her and For me personally. She was unapologetic. Unapologetically black was what I loved about her. You know, she she She broke some ground here. You know, you mentioned a couple of things in your intro. Like in to go. You know, that was groundbreaking at the time, and I don't know if you know this, but the play into go actually went to a television special. And she was the first black lead in a television special here in Canada. So that's another one for your books. Incredible. Tell me about your personal relationship with her. I want to know about the first time that you met Salami Bay. I was crazy. I was about 18 years old, and I was playing just in a club trainer, you know, hustle around Toronto, get the gig digging scene and Her daughter and I, I think played together. I wasn't sure if we played and get my memory's going. I wasn't sure if we played in a band. I'm pretty sure we played in a band or she was on the same show and so lonely showed up at the club that night. And I lost my mind. I was like, Wow, slow me is here and you got to remember. The only reason I really knew of salami was because of my mother. My mother was a huge fan. So my mother took me to see Indigo as a kid. My mom would take us. My brother and I Teo, the underground railroad, which her husband, Howard ran. Soul food restaurant. You know, one of the only ones at that time, if not the only one in that time in this city, So my mom was a huge fan of slow, so you know, here I am playing at the club and slowly is there and I'm like, Whoa, Okay, Sloan is here. And ah I played my heart out and an afternoon the show. I see her walking up to me. And I was like, starting freak. And if you've ever met her, he shes She's like this figure. She's she's kind of imposing and intimidating in a way because she's such a larger than life, you know, presence, right? So she she walks up to me, and she kind of has a smile on her face. And she looks at me and she has this very deep, majestic voice. And she says, young man, can you read music? I was like, yes. Very much like she started with very much like you're playing young man. Can you read music? Wow. And then you kind of smell And she goes. Would you like to be my bass player? And I was like, you know. What do you say that I was like? Yes. You know, you know what? Yeah, I thought I could say I was freaking out. So I gave her my phone number. And that was it. And I was like, okay, and she didn't call for a couple of days. And I figured maybe, you know It wasn't meant to happen. But sure enough, a couple of these leader she called, and I wasn't home, but she had left a message on my machine. And when I played that message from my mom, my mom lost her mind and it was right then and there that I think my mom said, you know, my son has made it. You know he's going to play. What's the lonely bay? So it started from there. So about 18 I was, you know. What? I consider a professional musician from that planet. What's so beautiful? That is so beautiful. Then what was it like to tour with her? Oh, like I said, the one thing about her. Is What I learned was She's a a consummate pro and People respected her. And I didn't really see that a lot. You know, as a musician coming up the respect for someone, especially being black eye was just like, Whoa, This is crazy. You know, we do all these theater gigs and you know, we we represented Canada in 1992 in a Civil Spain Expo and just the level of respect she got Is what really stuck with me, You know? Ah. As I started to play with her. I want to start getting into production. And so I want to start a little. Ah, home studio and A great story is I didn't have the money. So I went to the credit union. The musicians credit union. Try and get a loan for like $10,000. I was maybe, you know, 20 at this time. And even though I had a co signer, you know they're still apprehensive. I Ah, I had a meeting with the lady who was in charge of approving alone and No, The meeting is going OK. And, you know, you know, she you know was a musician and I started to tell her, you know my future plans are and who I played with. And she says. Well, who do you play with? I said ah, Salami based based paper bass player that you like Salami Bay. Oh, till Howard. I said Hi. We go back a long time. And did it done the whole tone of the The meeting changed as soon as I mentioned Salo measly name and sure enough. You know, Needless to say, I got alone and, you know, Wow, This is history. Right? So that's the kind of respect that she commanded. In terms of you know who she was in the in the industry. She's helping you without, even without even being there, and you're not even being there, right. You're not alone, like so many tributes have have poured out from especially black Canadian musicians who she helped usher in like she. Her own daughter's incredibly talented, too grew in ST But I mean, we heard from divine Brown and and Deborah Cox and and yourself just just about the way that she nurtured young black talent, and it's particularly meaningful to think about right now. Yeah, You know, there she was. She had a way of bringing people together and building you up the the the play that she did was called Rainbow World. And she enlisted unlisted, but she opened up the door for so many young I'm talking young at that time. Divine brown was, maybe, you know 12 Deborah Cox. I don't know. 16. I don't know how old people were marked Strong Strozzi, who's now G 97 the Raptor, and you know the voiceover guy all over the place. Ah, Cathy. Pure, you know was she inspired Kathy Pierre, who is now the only or the first black Choreographer for Circus Olay, Andy Marshall. I could name a bunch of people and a marshal's a director who actually went toe gone to direct television. Siri's that he actually hired me for so it's like She had a way of just bringing up the next generation of musician and especially people of color. It's it's It's It's It was quite the thing. Rainbow World..

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"andy marshall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yeah Kitty this alone. Bet Is it is it. Looks Mighty good after some of the places? I've been in on his trip here math. You get as good a run for your money here as any place in Kansas. While I was just saying you better. Excuse me this. Oh no andy. Marshall Dillon Mushroom Zandi Scotland. Any visits from back East business trip a graduation present from my father. Marshall this out here I mean but I got back home this fall. I'll be going to work. Sounds like you better enjoy yourself. Well I guess that's right. Miss Kitty I was looking for Laurie. She ought to be here anytime own. Well our Andy. If you have a minute why don't you sit down? I'd like to talk to you about something. All right No thank you get a UH. I'll be over at the bar you want. Not Prime Minister high charges came and he has some papers for me. So I'll see you later. Did you WANNA talk about own? What about she's very young l? Andy since they yes. I know and I wouldn't WanNa see our heard. Neither would I if the parents are alive. She wasn't wasn't at all Miss Kitty. Laurie and I have become friends very good friends. She's told me a lot about herself. She has she was stranded. Needed money and a place to stay and people will be around. I don't think it's been hurting her working here. I mean I don't either then what you're seeing is that you don't want to see her hurt by me. It's neither do an awful lot of she's she's Pretty Fund of you hope this whole thing's just potty trained bless your big adventure on the planes. It's after you leave. I'm worried about when the time comes to leave. I hope blurry will leave with me. Come back to Philadelphia to stay you talking about marriage. Yes I am see now. Excuse me I'll see you later. Miss Getting solved swing dollars for me right. I'm a thirsty man. You Swing Him. Open for yourself bone back. Come on ride first round at eight months looking. They're like I told you. Clean SHIRT GONNA. Do you no good at do already beaten or time. Yeah you order up some beer outback. Laura Ran I want you to come sit with me read. I'm sorry I'm engaged for the evening. Young WET DUDE COMES. Town moves in on all again. I'm only interested in one of the ladies Dawson and she accepted my invitation. I don't that sound firday now read. Please don't make any trump trump. Laurie not today. But I tell you how it's going to be. I'm.

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"andy marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Welcome back American music from happier times I'm joined by rob James Stavridis retired United States Navy of course former allied supreme commander also of NATO also head of Southern Command and on January twenty second with me on the show a predictor of doom and so early to the bell Tom cotton the outgrown me were I wish we had been wrong we were right now the question is what are we doing that role and this is Graham I bet you seem grim things before right I have and I someone asked me the other day what this was like an act the only thing I could come up with his it's not like two thousand eight financial crisis and it's not like nine eleven he was kind of a combination of those two things in other words it's the uncertainty about the broad security and how this will come out globally combined with the obvious economic danger that is yeah the head of us so it is the most unsettling time of my life and I'm in my early sixties so this is this is one to worry about here's the good news I think we have all the tools to deal with this there will be damage to the economy we're gonna lose a fair number of people before it's all over but we are gonna come around this thing what we are thinking about is what can we do to prepare for the next pandemic so we don't remake some of the mistakes we've seen so far no no I I'm gonna give you a different analogy I've been describing to people like a worldwide Katrina we saw its approach it is come ashore in some places the early tip of the storm has had in New York and and of course in Italy and China but it's gonna stay over land a long time and the thing I think people need to know again we discussed that I talked to Tony about you about this last week the nineteen eighteen pandemic with with you and I are both aware that's why we were conversing with this in January went away during the summer of eighteen came back even more virulent in the fall I don't know that people are looking out six months on the downside they're looking they're hoping they're praying we're Americans we always do this but we actually have to adopt a nineteen forty two approach don't wait indeed we do and we are making another point about Spanish influenza and its unfortunate one Spanish influenza primarily tags the young the most vigorous among us this pandemic is going after the elderly now we're starting to see shifts in those numbers and that's another watch here is a tendency to say well it's it's it's going to be centered among others who are seven years old and older maybe not especially here's your point here in that second wave we also are remembered that viruses can mutate we aren't saying that to a great degree thus far but unfortunately it's early days so as I said before we have to be thinking wait past whenever we re open the U. S. economy and re open the global economy we'll be taking stock piles of medical supplies of training programs for personnel to deal with this our ability to put up makeshift raft that hospitals how we can surge capacity because if there is a second wave we have to be prepared for chairman us if we're not prepared for a second time around particularly looking back at Spanish influenza L. add role Arthur Herman wrote a book called freedom's forge on how FDR turned the American economy into the arsenal of democracy and and there was a piece by are there in the Wall Street journal this week into turning it into American into the world's medicine cabinet I want to focus on two things for you one short term the department of defense is about to receive ten billion dollars in plus up who should control where that goes there will be direction and seeing the billion I just know the numbers ten billion how should the Pentagon follow that money number two as you put on your geo political hack the world is going to change dramatic it's gonna shift on its axis we could have revolution in places like Iran and Venezuela destabilizing levels of death and illness and leadership changes how would you prepare the chain of command and the people have to watch the world for this so short term what's D. O. D. deal with this much money suddenly longer term who ought to be thinking they don't have any any Marshall right now we need one Andy Marshall for those who aren't familiar with him was one of the great thinkers of our time he spent a decade in the Pentagon looking broadly strategically and making the right choices for the country he saw for example the rise of China well before anybody else did let's let's think tactically about how to spend that money I think it's a chunk of it needs to go into intelligence and our ability to see around the corners and you analyze the changes that are coming in that everything from our satellite surveillance systems to our ability to follow each events on the ground humanity if you will human intelligence secondly I think there will be a premium on unmanned vehicles coming out of the other side of this thing on this what this event is gonna make us even less enthusiastic if you will about large hoop deployments and of course one of the ironies in this U. S. Spanish influenza came out of the deployment of US crude despite the fact that it's called Spanish influenza he called the D. O. T. the ones that came out of US troop deployments and then so that would be second I think unmanned vehicles and thirdly I think special forces are always a good place to invest and you're in uncertain times because they're so flexible and can be moved and in so many different ways and forcefully on the space cyber and cyber security there is that kind if you will second wave coming here which will be the vulnerability of our systems to cyber because we have taken the eye off that ball to put it appropriately on Spanish influenza in terms of that second question in globally how does this start to shake out I think one big muscle movement will be if China really comes roaring out of this thing having turned the corner and can avoid that second wave China will burnish its credentials when it goes to our parts of the world to say look at apps aren't your experience capitalist model is out really good one look how quickly we were able to marshal resources to use authoritarianism to turn the corner quickly on this it'll become a major talking point for China we are not watching that we need to have counters to that hopefully to our own confidence and then the other one to watch yes this morning Q. India India one point three billion people hi in just announced a twenty one day shut down of their country that's where I would be very concerned about radicalization in those elements we could talk about Pakistan Venezuela there under a terrible situations developing but I've watched for China your rise in India to come into some danger is there some folks but my worry is that Iran under extraordinary pressure from a death toll will rise will divert attention via aggression about come back that I want you to drop down and roll if you will there are five thousand families and mine is among them with the crew mate on the teddy Roosevelt worker three cases of covet and there will be other ships with covered and I want you to put on your old ship driver had what would your advice be to anyone with a ship at sea I'm sure DO DO seven out ranger guidance but what would your advice be to any driver of a ship where they got sailors of any rank down with with the company yeah speaking of that sailing enterprise when I was the commander in enterprise carrier strike group that was was deployed in that beautiful Kerrier just the commission about a year ago and we had a terrible flu epidemic going around that yeah it was stomach flu which is a pretty horrible thing on a ship as you can imagine probably a virus similar to those which go around on cruise ships occasionally and so point one tactical you do all the exact same thing he would do on a cruise ship or any other close quarters in left hand washing wiping down the good news is you've got a lot of people to go out and do that the bad news is you pointed out already people are just packed into these spaces in her listeners who are naval less like you when I picture your kitchen with fifteen people will begin that's a eight Berwick sixty well let's see where we were are listed folks are people aren't in one jury of separated statement so tactically you've got to do all of the things that are done on a cruise ship and secondly for the commanding officer of teddy Roosevelt and I'm sure he's all over you've got to be informing people about what's going on the uncertainty is maybe the worst thank goodness it if you've got not only internal accounting systems but television throughout the ship you can go on set up from your own broadcast studio I would suspect that kind of coded nineteen briefings that while getting used to with the vice president Tony Fauci Deborah breasts and others you're seeing those done on roads now probably every day by the captain by the ad will appear she is and bark I'm telling this story keeping the crew settled doing all of those kinds of strategic and morale you have to put that alongside the tactical I think here as well but my last question at all I there this week I've been pushing the idea of beat the bug bonds because I know in World War one in World War two we financed the war by selling bonds it at seventy five percent of part alley and engaged citizens something to do when they don't have a ventilator to donate when they can't care for an emergency room patient when they can't visit the other they couldn't they can dig into their savings thing would work an extra hour and buy a bond what what do you think of bringing back that those campaigns from those days I love the idea and I am not writing this one out down in Florida because we have eighty something parents who live nearby so I'm here with my wife and out on the wall hi my small office here Q. is there a signed letter from white Eisenhower president Eisenhower when he was general Eisenhower and he was a young girl wrote he said president Eisenhower what should I do I've saved up twenty five dollars shall I buy a bond or shall I buy a bicycle and president Eisenhower than general Eisenhower said by that bond there's always time divided by a little chill there not only shelter yeah it's a wonderful letter I'll send you a copy of it and it is a great idea in my view because it lets close on this you we are all in this together wherever you are the political spectrum we are all in this together James Stavridis retired United States Navy thank you I'd love to pick up a copy of that letter by the bond you can always get the bicycle later wow that's exactly right and and that's by the way when America is done before and we're gonna turn from the partisan wrangling now to going forward and fast and I think new York will be the subject of that of my attention that New York is in big trouble friends big trouble don't leave New York if you have left New York you must self quarantine you realize that ice one which is done the most extensive study half of the people in Iceland with the virus do not present symptoms half so you might feel great but you're not great quarantine if you left if you know escape from New York stuff stay home now let me turn to the sponsor of this segment the fact that I come there it is time and I take it and then the I've felt wasted here as well as lukewarm copy and there we go all right four years tell you I take it every day because I walk as many days I can I was walking around the block again and again and again last night could empty streets I wait till they're empty and walk walk walk walk walk around today walk on Friday going to try and figure out how to zoom into a Bible study this morning but whatever you're doing it's new and use new muscle groups and they're gonna be short really factors support the temporary relief of the minor aches and pains by the way it doesn't replace anything that you've been prescribed don't stop taking pride call your pharmacy get a double our this is the Hugh Hewitt show Dr James Dobson recognizes Kevin McCullough's.

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"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

13:31 min | 1 year ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back American music from happier times I'm joined by rob James Stavridis retired United States Navy of course former allied supreme commander also of NATO also head of Southern Command and on January twenty second with me on the show a predictor of doom and so early to the bell Tom cotton the outgrowing me were I wish we had been wrong we were right now the question is what do we do add role and this is Graham I bet you seem grim things before right I have and I someone asked me the other day what this was like an act the only thing I could come up with his it's not like two thousand eight financial crisis and it's not like nine eleven you is kind of a combination of those two things in other words it's the uncertainty about the broad security and how this will come out globally combined with the obvious economic danger that is yeah the head of us so it is the most unsettling time of my life and I'm in my early sixties so this is this is one to worry about here's the good news I think we have all the tools to deal with this there will be damage to the economy we are going to lose a fair number of people before it's all over but we are gonna come around this thing what we are thinking about is what can we do to prepare for the next pandemic so we don't remake some of the mistakes we've seen so far no no I I'm going to give you a different analogy I've been describing to people like a worldwide Katrina we saw its approach it is come ashore in some places the early tip of the storm has hit in New York and and of course in Italy and China but it's gonna stay over land a long time can the thing I think people need to know again we discussed that I talked to Tony about you about this last week the nineteen eighteen pandemic with with you and I are both aware that's why we were conversing with this in January went away during the summer of eighteen came back even more virulent in the fall I don't know that people are looking out six months on the downside they're looking they're hoping they're praying we're Americans we always do this but we actually have to adopt a nineteen forty two approach don't we indeed we do and we are making another point about Spanish influenza and its a fortune at one banish influenza primarily attacked beyond that the most vigorous among us this pandemic is going after the elderly now we're starting to see shifts in those numbers and that's another watch out here is a tendency to say well it's it's it's going to be centered among those who are seven years old and older maybe not especially here's your point you in that second wave we also are remembered that viruses can mutate we aren't saying that to a great degree thus far but unfortunately it's early days so as I said before we are to be thinking wait past whenever we re open the U. S. economy and re open the global economy we'll be taking stock piles of medical supplies of training programs for personnel to deal with this our ability to put up makeshift raft that hospitals how we can surge capacity because if there is a second wave we have to be prepared for change on us if we're not prepared that second time around particularly looking back at Spanish influenza L. add role Arthur Herman wrote a book called freedom's forge on how FDR turned the American economy into the arsenal of democracy and and there was a piece by are there in the Wall Street journal this week into turning it into American into the world's medicine cabinet I want to focus on two things for you one short term the department of defense is about to receive ten billion dollars in plus up who should control where that goes there will be direction I'm seeing the bill yet I just know the numbers ten billion how should the Pentagon follow that money number two as you put on your geo political hack the world is going to change dramatic it's gonna shift on its axis we could have revolution in places like Iran and Venezuela destabilizing levels of death and illness and leadership changes how would you prepare the chain of command and the people have to watch the world for this so short term what's D. O. D. do with this much money suddenly longer term who ought to be thinking they don't have any any Marshall right now we need one Andy Marshall for those who aren't familiar with him was one of the great thinkers of our time is spent five decades in the Pentagon looking broadly strategically and making the right choices for the country he saw for example the rise of China well before anybody else did let's let's think tactically about how to spend that money I think it's a chunk of it needs to go into intelligence and our ability to see around the corners and you analyze the changes that are coming and that's everything from our satellite surveillance systems to our ability to follow you dance on the ground humanity if you will human intelligence secondly I think there will be a premium on on me and vehicles coming out of the other side of this thing this what this event is gonna make us even less enthusiastic if you will about large hoop deployments and of course one of the ironies in this U. S. Spanish influenza came out of the deployment of US troops despite the fact it's called Spanish influenza should be called the D. O. D. the ones that came out of US troop deployments and then also that would be second I think unmanned vehicles and thirdly I think special forces are always a good place to invest and you're in uncertain times because they're so flexible and can be moved and in so many different ways and forcefully on the space cyber and cyber security there's a kind of if you will second wave coming here which will be the vulnerability of our systems to cyber because we have taken the eye off that ball to put it appropriately on Spanish influenza in terms of that second question in globally how does this start to shake out I think one big muscle movement will be if China really comes roaring out of this thing I have a turn the corner and can avoid that second wave China will burnish its credentials when it goes to a part of the world to say look at apps aren't your cherry and capitalist model is Abu really good one look how quickly we were able to marshal resources to use authoritarianism to turn a corner quickly on this it'll become a major talking point for China we are not watching that we need to have counters to that hopefully to our own confidence and then the other one to watch just this morning Q. India India one point three billion people packed in just announced a twenty one day shut down in their country that's where I would be very concerned about radicalization in those elements we could talk about Pakistan Venezuela there under a terrible situations developing but I've watched from China your rise in India to come into some danger is there some folks but my worry is that Iran under extraordinary pressure from a death toll will rise I will divert attention via aggression don't come back that I want you to drill down and roll if you will there are five thousand families and mine is among them with the crew mate on the teddy Roosevelt worker three cases of covered and there will be other ships with code and I want you to put on your old ship driver hat what would your advice be to anyone with a ship at sea I'm sure the idea of sending out ranger guidance but what would your advice be to any driver of a ship where they've got sailors of any rank down with with the code it yeah speaking of that sailing enterprise when I was the commander of enterprise carrier strike group that was was deployed in that beautiful carrier just decommissioned about a year ago and we had a terrible flu epidemic going around that ship it was stomach flu which is a pretty horrible thing on a ship as you can imagine probably a virus similar to those which go around on cruise ships occasionally and so point one tactical you do all the exact same thing he would do on a cruise ship or any other close quarters endless hand washing wiping down the good news is you've got a lot of people to go out and do that the bad news is you pointed out already people are just packed into these spaces in her listeners who are label lists like you and I picture your kitchen with fifteen people living in it that's a a Berwick's if you well let's see where we were are listed folks are people aren't in luxurious separated statement so tactically you've got to do all of the things that are done on a cruise ship and secondly for the commanding officer of teddy Roosevelt and I'm sure he's all over it as she is you've got to be informing people about what's going on the uncertainty is maybe the worst thing good news said he got not only internal accounting systems but television throughout the ship you can go on set up from your own broadcast studio I would suspect that kind of coded nineteen briefings that we're all getting used to with the vice president Tony crouching and Deborah breasts and others you're seeing those done on roads now probably every day by the captain by the admiral is here she is and bark telling the story keeping the crew settled doing all of those kinds of strategic and morale things you have to put that alongside the tactical I think here as well but my last question at all I there this week I've been pushing the idea of beat the bug bonds because I know in World War one in World War two we finance the war by selling bonds it at seventy five percent of par value and engaged citizens something to do when they don't have a ventilator to donate when they can't care for an emergency room patients when they can't visit the other they couldn't they can dig into their savings thing would work an extra hour and buy a bond what what do you think of bringing back that those campaigns from those days I love the idea and I am not riding this one out down in Florida because we have eighty something parents who live nearby so I'm here with my wife and on the wall my my small office here Q. is there a signed letter from white Eisenhower president Eisenhower when he was general Eisenhower and he was a young girl wrote he said president Eisenhower what should I do I've saved up twenty five dollars shall I buy a bond or shall I buy a bicycle and president Eisenhower then general Eisenhower said up by that bond there's always time divided by a little chill there not only show yeah it's a wonderful letter I'll send you a copy of it and it is a great idea in my view because and let's close on this you we are all in this together wherever you are the political spectrum we are all in this together I'm not James Stavridis retired United States Navy thank you I'd love to pick up a copy of that letter by the bond you can always get the bicycle later wow that's exactly right and and that's by the way when America is done before and we're gonna turn from the partisan wrangling now to going forward and fast and I think New York will be the subject of that of my attention neck New York is in big trouble friends big trouble don't leave New York if you have left New York you must self quarantine you realize that ice line which is done the most expensive study half of the people in Iceland with the virus do not present symptoms half so you might feel great but you're not great quarantine if you left if you know escape from New York stuff stay home now let me turn to the sponsor of this segment really factor dot com thirty this time and I take it and then the other don't wait thirty as well as lukewarm copy and there we go all right four years tell you I take it every day because I walk as many days as I can I was walking around the block again and again and again last night could empty streets I wait till they're empty and walk walk walk walk walk around the day walk on Friday going to try and figure out how to zoom into a Bible study this morning but whatever you're doing it's new and use new muscle groups and I'm gonna be sore really factor support the temporary relief of the minor aches and.

rob James Stavridis United States Navy commander NATO Southern Command
"andy marshall" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on No Agenda

"Eight. Got a I've been listening for chick. The man I bring to the table. Now, you've taken over you just doing over anything. But I did get a kick out of this particular thing. I saw this. I didn't even know about this guy until I saw the piece. Yeah. This is the guys very highly praised. And he's back. He's behind a lot of the Neo con stuff in potential hates him. And so I notice that went Pacek hate somebody who's had a run with them. And after the guy dies or whatever it is. But change just goes after him. And I'm reminded there was a scene in the last season of Berlin station, which was taken off the air. Yeah. It was probably too good. And the guy was one of the expo. Is when I did have a clip of this play it on the show. What's does expo gonna do podcast? Give pie caster. Right. I think that was Madam secretary was a different guy. But it was a same. This guy was the spook who decides to start doing a podcast and he's yak in about stuff. He shouldn't be acting about. Then eventually, they're worried sick. So you're you're acquainting to that to a former spook. Waiting for genyk to being an expert. That's doing a podcast now. He's a current. On the experts doing he's I don't think he is an ex anything who knows. Who knows he's a handler and enjoy very much for this very I think he's fascinating because he really shoots from the hippy brings a lot of nasty nasty. He's got a lot of nastiness. And I do know he's spoken about the didn't ring a bell them. But when I in one of our phone calls, he mentioned this guy. And I think this this guy. Well, see if you have that in the clip, and I'll tell you all the whole thing, it's Pacek. Maybe there's something to cut out. But this is Channing talking about the death of very famous diplomat character Andy Marshall, and I think what pajamas off was the funding opet that the Wall Street Journal gave this guy. And so, but Channing in his normal way has to set the record straight man, whom I know, and you know, nothing about his name's Andrew Marshall. He was the director of the office of nets Cessna, it all sounds very fans, but threes and on bringing up because he is the father of the Neo cons and the. Implementer in strategist for nine eleven the false flag. And the man who sent aren't telling the CIA in military into harm's way. Iraq. Let me talk about Andy Marshall indie Marshall was ninety seven when he died a few weeks ago. And the Wall Street Journal wrote about how great in American he was he wrote papers on strategic warfare. And he was one of our great thinkers nothing could be further from the truth. Could there because this is the point that you think we should play anymore of this atom? Yeah. I think we should this is very enjoyable. It's it's you're right. Even if it wasn't about spooks. It's just interesting that guy has no qualms whatsoever. Cutting down a guy just died. Yeah. Speak ill of the dead heartless heartless. And that's that's what we need are spook division to be heartless. Yes, I like spooks do this just as factual, ma'am, nothing else. I knew indie Marschall exceedingly. Well, when I was attended, however MIT I left and got into became the DASS for several ministrations as you all know, Henry Kissinger in Andy Marshall, very close Nixon had appointed Andy Marshall a man who never served in World War Two. Let me repeat it again. He never served in World War Two refuse to separate. He had a heart murmur. He could have served in the Korean war. He could have them the non when he said in any war he wanted to. But he claimed the a heart murmur, and he was not allowed to come into the draft. I thought that was nonsense, and I told Andy this, but Andy had a propensity for creating tapers that always declared that we Americans have to go to war and be number one. That's how we let the Neo cons in nineteen ninety. To Andy had a point is only Hollis Wolfowitz, Richard Perle Cheney Bush and runs fell as the key. Pri leaders in the Neo conservative movement. Meaning that we America head to be number one and Israel would be a co partner, and we would be involved in wars around the world to make sure that we stabilized and unified the world. Well, you saw what happened in Iraq? You saw would happen in Vietnam. You saw what happened tamales, Dan? This was all the product of eighty Marshall. I didn't like Andy Marshall a new that. You don't say. Team captain obvious. Now. That's yeah. He's a true. He's a Genesis of of the Neo cons who brought so much despair and death in hardness, even if this was as they couldn't do it. These guys were incompetent boobs. So let's play. Let's play him out. The reason I didn't like them. I found him to be a slimy. I sound found him to be stupid. I said to him. I don't think that your papers at the rain corporation where anything significant I think you were Machiavellian vigil who basically filleted it everybody above him. So we get into power how powerful he was exceedingly powerful because you never heard of that office Neta Cessna. Let me tell you. What happened when I met him? I said handy, not only do I not respect you. But I'm warning you that I have monitored you since the day, you left Nixon in. I've learned very well from us sources and the monitoring we had on you, Andy. Up to the point of nine eleven and then beyond that, you were deeply involved with the most. In fact, he was so deeply involved with the most I have to deal with certain sat operatives and sent them to prison and others. I made sure that they never functioned again. And that warned any Marshall a year before nine eleven as I walked through DOD. I saw the CIA takeover key positions. I saw five being put into position a man who had no quite credibility in our system. Wolfowitz Zalmay Hollas at a slimy Afghan who still right now doing negotiations, and if ghanistan, but he was the one that created the worn if ghanistan we have John Bolton a slimy. Little man who's in the White House. We have Elliot Abrams who I almost killed literally because he had gone against my own people in Panama and elsewhere. And then we had at the several others came back when I said to Andy was the following you in any way harm our country or you. Deal with our military. He will pay heavily for that problem. In fact, what did happen military intelligence monitored me, I'm minded than so let me quote, Andrew Johnson who said the fouling disunity within America is treason, but let me call John Wilkes booth sex Semple Toronto's thus always with tyrant towered in a tyrant was Andy Marshall good night. Good luck. How you really feel? You know, he's told me the Elliot Abrams story. Elliot Abrams is the guy who's currently doing Venezuela coup the guy Elliot Abrams say yes, he said he he nearly killed him. And the reason why Elliot Abrams had exposed several spies that Pacelli was running. I'm I'm paraphrasing along conversation and these spies were nuns, and he had them killed this. Andy Marshall had the nuns killed. Really? Yeah. The thing under the troll room. And yeah, there's a lar- about half the people like disparate jenex bullshit is you can't you should take a look at his bio on the wicked really. Yeah. You can't really deny his official credentials, and I'm just I think he's a gift. Gift to the podcast. He he is very disappointing. At least he must. He doesn't care. He just getting this stuff out. Yeah. But he he only has about twenty thousand views on any one of his little bits that he does. He does wanna week when every couple of days every once in a while he just and his wife comes up says that it's very funny thing to watch. It's not as over four million views of my Barney. Robots singing, and I love you. You love me yet. No, that's it's it's four million views of Barney owned by some guy. That's that's the video. It's not your your Barney video. Barney video this video of the Barney, I own nobody compete with Barney man, that's that's unfair million views it he gets twenty thousand for telling us really cool stuff within. I mean, I by the way, you can tell the chat room to troll room. I don't blame them for feeling this way. Because I it's just very like. Wow. It's hard to vary. Like, wow. What did you just saying? I mean stuff is. So it's so inside baseball behind the curtain stuff, then it's unrehearsed unrehearsed unscripted and it flows right out of him. And if you sit there, and you we we did a special with him, we do hour-long special show if you listen to them, and you're just googling being Wikipedia everything he says all the names all the dates the occurrences. It's it's as if we pedia is running in his head. I think he's the real deal. And you know, who the hell would even care what even care to say. This about Andrew Marshall Koo Koo no one exactly he sounds pretty real to me. Just because that was so heavy John. We need a little transition before we go into our into our second donation segment here. Yeah. Just to just take a breather. I got plenty of that on. Well, I have Maxine Waters with your Steve Mnuchin, you Maxine is now the chairwoman of the financial oversight committee is this this this the one I wanted to have a couple of shows ago. Yeah. Well, I haven't now. I have it. We'll just play a little bit. This. I think he's been there for a long time. Of course. It's all annoying said beforehand like I gotta go. I got someone waiting, and it's just it's just listening to Maxine and him go back and forth. Just kind of. I don't know. It's just it's a nice nice for the pallet, Mr. secretary. If I may you had indicated that you would like to have a press conference in this room following I'm gonna cancel that. I don't have time for that. That's what I was going to ask you if you would. Instead of having the press conference continue with those members who have been waiting here for so long. And I think what I thought I written only heard was factored eighty rather than five fifteen. So is it possible? You could give us fifteen minutes to get to a foreign leader waiting in my office at five thirty. Okay. I agreed to stay longer. It will be embarrassing. If I keep this person waiting for long periods. I wasn't ever press conference. I was gonna shoot Mnuchin. Also sounds like total dicked.

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"andy marshall" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on No Agenda

"Eight. Got a I've been listening for chick. The man I bring to the table. Now, you've taken over you just doing over anything. But I did get a kick out of this particular thing. I saw this. I didn't even know about this guy until I saw the piece. Yeah. This is the guys very highly praised. And he's back. He's behind a lot of the Neo con stuff in potential hates him. And so I notice that went Pacek hate somebody who's had a run with them. And after the guy dies or whatever it is. But change just goes after him. And I'm reminded there was a scene in the last season of Berlin station, which was taken off the air. Yeah. It was probably too good. And the guy was one of the expo. Is when I did have a clip of this play it on the show. What's does expo gonna do podcast? Give pie caster. Right. I think that was Madam secretary was a different guy. But it was a same. This guy was the spook who decides to start doing a podcast and he's yak in about stuff. He shouldn't be acting about. Then eventually, they're worried sick. So you're you're acquainting to that to a former spook. Waiting for genyk to being an expert. That's doing a podcast now. He's a current. On the experts doing he's I don't think he is an ex anything who knows. Who knows he's a handler and enjoy very much for this very I think he's fascinating because he really shoots from the hippy brings a lot of nasty nasty. He's got a lot of nastiness. And I do know he's spoken about the didn't ring a bell them. But when I in one of our phone calls, he mentioned this guy. And I think this this guy. Well, see if you have that in the clip, and I'll tell you all the whole thing, it's Pacek. Maybe there's something to cut out. But this is Channing talking about the death of very famous diplomat character Andy Marshall, and I think what pajamas off was the funding opet that the Wall Street Journal gave this guy. And so, but Channing in his normal way has to set the record straight man, whom I know, and you know, nothing about his name's Andrew Marshall. He was the director of the office of nets Cessna, it all sounds very fans, but threes and on bringing up because he is the father of the Neo cons and the. Implementer in strategist for nine eleven the false flag. And the man who sent aren't telling the CIA in military into harm's way. Iraq. Let me talk about Andy Marshall indie Marshall was ninety seven when he died a few weeks ago. And the Wall Street Journal wrote about how great in American he was he wrote papers on strategic warfare. And he was one of our great thinkers nothing could be further from the truth. Could there because this is the point that you think we should play anymore of this atom? Yeah. I think we should this is very enjoyable. It's it's you're right. Even if it wasn't about spooks. It's just interesting that guy has no qualms whatsoever. Cutting down a guy just died. Yeah. Speak ill of the dead heartless heartless. And that's that's what we need are spook division to be heartless. Yes, I like spooks do this just as factual, ma'am, nothing else. I knew indie Marschall exceedingly. Well, when I was attended, however MIT I left and got into became the DASS for several ministrations as you all know, Henry Kissinger in Andy Marshall, very close Nixon had appointed Andy Marshall a man who never served in World War Two. Let me repeat it again. He never served in World War Two refuse to separate. He had a heart murmur. He could have served in the Korean war. He could have them the non when he said in any war he wanted to. But he claimed the a heart murmur, and he was not allowed to come into the draft. I thought that was nonsense, and I told Andy this, but Andy had a propensity for creating tapers that always declared that we Americans have to go to war and be number one. That's how we let the Neo cons in nineteen ninety. To Andy had a point is only Hollis Wolfowitz, Richard Perle Cheney Bush and runs fell as the key. Pri leaders in the Neo conservative movement. Meaning that we America head to be number one and Israel would be a co partner, and we would be involved in wars around the world to make sure that we stabilized and unified the world. Well, you saw what happened in Iraq? You saw would happen in Vietnam. You saw what happened tamales, Dan? This was all the product of eighty Marshall. I didn't like Andy Marshall a new that. You don't say. Team captain obvious. Now. That's yeah. He's a true. He's a Genesis of of the Neo cons who brought so much despair and death in hardness, even if this was as they couldn't do it. These guys were incompetent boobs. So let's play. Let's play him out. The reason I didn't like them. I found him to be a slimy. I sound found him to be stupid. I said to him. I don't think that your papers at the rain corporation where anything significant I think you were Machiavellian vigil who basically filleted it everybody above him. So we get into power how powerful he was exceedingly powerful because you never heard of that office Neta Cessna. Let me tell you. What happened when I met him? I said handy, not only do I not respect you. But I'm warning you that I have monitored you since the day, you left Nixon in. I've learned very well from us sources and the monitoring we had on you, Andy. Up to the point of nine eleven and then beyond that, you were deeply involved with the most. In fact, he was so deeply involved with the most I have to deal with certain sat operatives and sent them to prison and others. I made sure that they never functioned again. And that warned any Marshall a year before nine eleven as I walked through DOD. I saw the CIA takeover key positions. I saw five being put into position a man who had no quite credibility in our system. Wolfowitz Zalmay Hollas at a slimy Afghan who still right now doing negotiations, and if ghanistan, but he was the one that created the worn if ghanistan we have John Bolton a slimy. Little man who's in the White House. We have Elliot Abrams who I almost killed literally because he had gone against my own people in Panama and elsewhere. And then we had at the several others came back when I said to Andy was the following you in any way harm our country or you. Deal with our military. He will pay heavily for that problem. In fact, what did happen military intelligence monitored me, I'm minded than so let me quote, Andrew Johnson who said the fouling disunity within America is treason, but let me call John Wilkes booth sex Semple Toronto's thus always with tyrant towered in a tyrant was Andy Marshall good night. Good luck. How you really feel? You know, he's told me the Elliot Abrams story. Elliot Abrams is the guy who's currently doing Venezuela coup the guy Elliot Abrams say yes, he said he he nearly killed him. And the reason why Elliot Abrams had exposed several spies that Pacelli was running. I'm I'm paraphrasing along conversation and these spies were nuns, and he had them killed this. Andy Marshall had the nuns killed. Really? Yeah. The thing under the troll room. And yeah, there's a lar- about half the people like disparate jenex bullshit is you can't you should take a look at his bio on the wicked really. Yeah. You can't really deny his official credentials, and I'm just I think he's a gift. Gift to the podcast. He he is very disappointing. At least he must. He doesn't care. He just getting this stuff out. Yeah. But he he only has about twenty thousand views on any one of his little bits that he does. He does wanna week when every couple of days every once in a while he just and his wife comes up says that it's very funny thing to watch. It's not as over four million views of my Barney. Robots singing, and I love you. You love me yet. No, that's it's it's four million views of Barney owned by some guy. That's that's the video. It's not your your Barney video. Barney video this video of the Barney, I own nobody compete with Barney man, that's that's unfair million views it he gets twenty thousand for telling us really cool stuff within. I mean, I by the way, you can tell the chat room to troll room. I don't blame them for feeling this way. Because I it's just very like. Wow. It's hard to vary. Like, wow. What did you just saying? I mean stuff is. So it's so inside baseball behind the curtain stuff, then it's unrehearsed unrehearsed unscripted and it flows right out of him. And if you sit there, and you we we did a special with him, we do hour-long special show if you listen to them, and you're just googling being Wikipedia everything he says all the names all the dates the occurrences. It's it's as if we pedia is running in his head. I think he's the real deal. And you know, who the hell would even care what even care to say. This about Andrew Marshall Koo Koo no one exactly he sounds pretty real to me. Just because that was so heavy John. We need a little transition before we go into our into our second donation segment here. Yeah. Just to just take a breather. I got plenty of that on. Well, I have Maxine Waters with your Steve Mnuchin, you Maxine is now the chairwoman of the financial oversight committee is this this this the one I wanted to have a couple of shows ago. Yeah. Well, I haven't now. I have it. We'll just play a little bit. This. I think he's been there for a long time. Of course. It's all annoying said beforehand like I gotta go. I got someone waiting, and it's just it's just listening to Maxine and him go back and forth. Just kind of. I don't know. It's just it's a nice nice for the pallet, Mr. secretary. If I may you had indicated that you would like to have a press conference in this room following I'm gonna cancel that. I don't have time for that. That's what I was going to ask you if you would. Instead of having the press conference continue with those members who have been waiting here for so long. And I think what I thought I written only heard was factored eighty rather than five fifteen. So is it possible? You could give us fifteen minutes to get to a foreign leader waiting in my office at five thirty. Okay. I agreed to stay longer. It will be embarrassing. If I keep this person waiting for long periods. I wasn't ever press conference. I was gonna shoot Mnuchin. Also sounds like total dicked.

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"andy marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"America, I'm Hugh Hewitt. Thank you for listening. You may have missed this yesterday. And all the news of Jesse small at and Brexit and Israel dish from the New York Times, Andrew Marshall, a Pentagon strategist who helped shape American military thinking on the show that Union, China and other global competitors. For more than four decades died on Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia. He was ninety seven his deficit confirmed. Jay, Jamie, Dornan, his executor, Mr. Marshall is director of the office of Neta Sussman with the secretive futurist of the Pentagon, a along range thinker who book product and inspired secretary of defense and high level policymakers virtually unknown among the wider public. He came to be revered inside. The defense department is a mysterious iota like figure who embodied an exceptionally long institutional memory. Well, I'll bet she wasn't a Yoder. My next guest, Admiral, James Stavridis, former supreme allied commander of NATO former commander of southern command thirty years in the service of the United. States navy Admiral good morning now with the Carlisle group, but often up early with me. Good morning. I you must've known Andrew Marshall. Extremely well. Learned his passing. I think appropriately it was announced at least publicly by Representative on berry. The head of the House Armed Services committee, Hugh. It's impossible to overstate the impact Andy Marsh Willis had onto scratchy over the last four decades now unpacked that first civilian audience because I'll betcha they've never heard of Andy. I bet you they have. No, I never met him. But I've heard about him for years. I bet you they don't know what the opposite net assessment is. And the idea maybe even of defense department strategy is alien to a bunch of my listeners. Yeah. I believe it or not the department of defense thinks a lot about strategy. So he say that assessment what you're doing is looking at your comments and looking at yourself your resources, you are looking at what you want to accomplish. And how you are doing. Yes. Anderson strategy, it's in ways and beach, where do you wanna go? What do you have to do to get there? And Andy Marshall was a master at looking at that balance and practical examples one is in nuclear weapons, cold more unspoiled. It was Andy who came up with the basic series of how we could apply deterrence in the nuclear world. And then Secondly is the Cold War came to an end any saw before any of us, the rise of China and became very central to creating the strategy. That is just now kind of edging into public view this balance between the US China. So among many other things nuclear weapons in China. And then lastly back to the Yoda allusion. Someone who bid core. People like batteries out Callans as the current negotiator who solving the problem. We hope in Afghanistan. He was a mentor, Don Rumsfeld. That's how far back you see that. It's really remarkable that a lot of Americans don't understand their patriots who just serve and servants servants serve. And Andrew Marshall was one of them. I was on the Nixon library on on Tuesday on Monday, excuse me that for people to learn I'm gonna take the place back over in July to desist in the legacy project. But I met Doug McFarland on that day and former national scary McFarland adviser McFarlane was they're giving a seminar too much grad students, and I went and listen to seminar for about fifteen minutes. You talked about two things the opening to China how that was run out of the NSA and the STI initiative how that was birthed at the NSA. And you know, he was at the NSA with Nixon for China, and he was at the NSA with Reagan for STI, but I'll betcha Andy Marshall had a role in both of those initiatives. In particular in STI because he came out of the RAND Corporation which worked at which of course, is a think tank you worked on that in the very early stages in again, the Chinese functionality that he drove into our strategy was remarkable in pay another thing inspirational to all of us his longevity. Eighty nine. It was still absolutely firing on all cylinders as one of the most influential defense thinkers in the nation ninety seven years old yesterday when he passed away just an amazing career someone someone's gotta have a symposium on any Marshall. Let me turn the more practical immediate things Admiral Stavridis once a week to talk about some of this. Of course, you were the supreme allied commander of NATO. So you know, Europe as a single military unit Europe is falling apart. I mean, it's breaking apart. And the Brexit debate is going to break Britain, or it's going to break the EU one of the others. But what do you see when you watch that slow burn Jacob meet Marguerite today, saying half of blow is better than no bread? In other words, take the may deal. What do you see happening? I think they should take the mate. Let's back up for one second year. I point Europe falling apart. I it's not just brakes geographically to the doors. The Brits or pulling out to the east. You see the polls in Hungarians who are moving away from Brussels, very strongly and to the south the Italians led by prime minister are among the most anti and then in the center, you have Micron in France who is under extreme pressure because of yellow that's protests, and you had Germany where wounded. Burkle is finishing are terms. Those are the two twin towers of Europe that a whole this thing together. So yes, the whole picture is falling apart to breaks. Brits are. Unbelievably controversial in kind of incompetence looking moment and say cannot as a nation figure out what they want to do it appears at this point. Let's just stop the pain. Theresa May deal. It's not perfect. But they voted to get out if they really wanna get out. That's the best are going to get. Now. I'm reading from the times of London as we speak. It's where I begin because they're so ahead of us in the news cycle when I get to the studio. This is what I start with Boris Johnson last night. Join Jacob rees-mogg in warning of the growing risks than another defeat would mean Britain remaining in the EU Mr. rees-mogg said he now back MS maze deal subject to support from the DUP. The prime minister has been told however that she must promise at a meeting with Taurean piece today to quit before the second stage of the Brexit talk. That sounds to me like the lead campaign is getting realism pragmatic realism infused into their choice right now. Indeed. Factoring into all this, Hugh. If you've seen the recent polling shows that a pretty solid, but. Fundamentally predict maturity appears now what to remain, and I think the those who wanna leave are concerned if this thing drags on much longer the imperative to do another referendum will rise. And I think the depart crowd are getting very concerned. So so add that to the pressure. That's on forest Johnson already to take the deal. Now put on your Carlisle group hat for second as sort of investor Maximus and management. Guru is the UK going to be a great business partner for the United States going forward? Or is is your advice to try and find opportunities for your money to work in other parts of the globe post? Brexit post the may deal assuming the media passes. Deal patches. Threaten will be hungry for US is for a lot of obvious reasons. So there will be deals to be hacked. The problem will be if you go into Britain, you're gonna you're to have more difficulty getting into the car. So as an investor, you kind of pack the head, I think Europe is still get Europe. If you will is underrated as a place for you. I think you're gonna see flow in that direction. But the bottom line is it's going to be age that's gonna benefit small to everything. Doc about the gradual unraveling at the European project if you will yet. Yeah. This one huge global common market is unraveling Europe. And that's gonna create more opportunity in Asia. I would watch particularly India. I think this century is going to be more about the rise of India's the rise trying to win all say, oh interesting. We'll come back to that in future weeks. I I have to close though by talking about Israel with you because the secretary of state your friend, Mike Pompeo yesterday. Talking about the Golan Heights in the president's decision to recognize Israel's annexation of Golan and the massive tank. Battle pot there in nineteen seventy three and Nixon's intervention in the um Kapoor where it was a great speech that Pompeo an APEC, however, they're on the brink of war right now. And deputy minister Orrin was on yesterday saying we don't need a war with Gaza's HAMAs right now, the real threat is in the north. That's a second attempt by Iran to get us to look the wrong direction. What do you make of that situation? I think that's a pretty good analysis by the Israelis in limitless back up to the Golan for a second. Anybody who has walked ground up? There is my army. General Pierce would say would tell you that leaving aside the politics of this. It is impossible for Israel to keep optical it just exposes higher flat low utterly tech in manufacturing center of Israel to say nothing of the entire population. So they're going to hold onto the Golan in terms of where they ought to be looking right now. Abbass in. What is happening guys is your it? It's a tactical problem this strategic challenge without question is to the New York, especially as you. And I have talked about is the Iranians consolidate this swath of territory that runs from hey, Ron to the shores of the Mediterranean, just Israel. Go line is going to be crowns. Zeroing that's strategic challenge for Israel on that note, Admiral, James Stavridis. Thank you as always for a great conversation following that Stavros Jay on Twitter and follow him here. He comes back and make the world a little bit clearer for us every single week. And we appreciate when he can do that. Thank you Admiral time for me to tell you again about food for the poor as we head into the final three days of our food for the poor campaign. I wanna make one more appeal on behalf of the starving. Children and families trapped in the humanitarian crisis in Haiti triggered by the unrest in February. And if you think you're get larger small can have a huge impact just listened to Becky who has volunteered among the poorest of the poor. Cannot imagine. What doesn't Haiti the water situation? People. Children little children coming in with dysentery, so severe your money changes lie, and the people who donate I want every person has given even.

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"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Headed to San Antonio tonight to Washington DC tomorrow, and it is time for the patriot mobile member of the moment that would be congressman Mike Gallagher because it's sad day. I'm not going to give you a hard time. Mike gallagher. Andy Marshall died is I didn't know him, but a great strategic thinker a mentor to our friend, Jerry Hendriks. What did you think of grand strategist being in? The Pentagon Marshall is not known to many Americans, but he was decisive in the opening to China is decisiveness. The I was decisive Admiral Stavridis said last hour and development of mad doctrine, basically. Simply an incredible career and a great loss for the country. I would commend everyone. Andy Krepinevich is and very Watson's book called the last warrior about Andy Marshall who was known in the Pentagon and certain Chinese strategists as Yoda, and he while I did not know him personally, I know many people who were mentored by him and his ability to create a strategic community by mentoring a large group of people to think critically about the world and have a long term view of the world. His is really unparalleled in his alumni network became known at Saint Andrews crap. I know everyone who is a member of that network is feeling the loss today. And so I just like to say we owe Andy Android debt of gratitude for his lifetime of service should all spare a thought or two first family and friends today. Absolutely. We do. Now, I need to turn to your other friend, Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, he gave a speech at a pack last night, which I can't play all of I'm gonna play three minutes of it for you. You're a marine so you don't know much about tanks pump Patankar. And so he knows a lot about tanks, and he was talking about tanks and go on last night. And then we'll come back and talk about what he had to say and talk about Israel, cut number five. I had a chance at a chance both while I was an academic while I was a student to study the great and historic tank battles that took place on those very heights. And it was really lucky for my family on my first visit I took them to the Golan Heights. And I had my Son Sen in each of the positions..

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"andy marshall" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on KGO 810

"Chang. The Daily Beast is here and we're going to turn to expedite an incident. An incident near Japan in these last days, March twenty third where the Japan defense ministry. Scrambled fighter jets to intercept PRC red China, why nine patrol aircraft. What is the significance of this? Why were those why nine patrol aircraft near that enough to the Japanese to scramble to scramble fighters? I performance warplanes their photographs of this incident, you have to say that the Chinese wanted to be seeing the Chinese aircraft have serial numbers. So they can all be linked to the P L A SC fleet. What does this tell you about the contest that China is conducting against its neighborhood? We welcome someone to help us explicatives. This. This is our friend Scott herald was an associate director of the center for Asia. A center for Asia policy at the RAND Corporation. Scott is here to explicatives. And then we're going to go on to a story about something called the office of net assessment. Scott, a very good evening to you. Gordon? You wanna take over this question, Scott, we see these Chinese anti-submarine warfare planes, very close to the Japanese islands. So the question is what's going on here? Why are the Chinese doing this? And obviously, they're AS w capabilities are increasing. Why is this a threat to Japan and the United States? That's a great question, Gordon, and John good to hear from you. I think there's three points to make here one. As you noted Gordon, China has traditionally been regarded as quite weak in the anti submarine warfare realm and s appeal as reforms, and and Xi Jinping's requirements that prepare to fight win wars continued on sold. It looks like the P L A is beginning to move to try to make some steps to redress its weakness in the undersea warfare domain. Second as as we've talked about in the past. There is an undersea warfare of race. If you will in the Asia Pacific, that's a foot China has built up its submarine fleet. Japan has decided to retire some currently existing boats, even as they new boats into the fleet Taiwan itself is building up. What will ultimately be eight dollars in the late twenty twenty s Vietnam has procured kilo class submarines for Russia and Indonesia is building up hip submarine fleet with helps with South Korea. So there's a lot of action there. And of course, the United States navy is no slouch in the undersea warfare domain the best in world. And then finally it's worth pointing out, you know, China's air intrusions into Japan over the last several years have been extremely numerous and have been designed to impose costs on Japan, forcing Japan to scramble to identify foreign airframes. That are entering into Japanese air defense identification zone areas. So I think there is a kind of an over determination here at serves China's interest in a number of ways to try to build up its capabilities to track submarines, and then also to impose some additional challenges entre. Pam forcing them to scramble yet again taking resources away from training and exercises this this conduct then was delivered. They wanted themselves photograph they wanted the scramble and what did they win for it? What what is the game that the P a navy has for Scott? I think the takeaway from this job is that the were here. Our capabilities are growing you have to get used to the fact that we are going to be able to increasingly track and potentially prosecute targets. Whether those are Japanese submarines or whether they're preparing capability for the eventual induction of Taiwan's submarine fleet or to potentially track. The US navy all of our efforts have got a be stepped up if we want to continue to maintain dominance. And that's based reminds me of the Cold War of incidents between the US navy and the Russian navy is that how I should re interpret this. I mean, let's let's say this. You know, ultimately, there is nothing that prevent the if I understand correctly where this incident occurred, it was not in Japanese territorial airspace. And so in that sense. You know, yes, we're seeing the moves of one great power competitor to try to. Track the capabilities of its rivals. But there's nothing, you know, this is one of the challenges with China it often plays in areas where nothing is doing is illegal. And yet there is a very clear strategic message being sat. All right, Gordon office of net assessment. What does that? And what is your question? Yes, scott. You're a senior director at rand. This week. It was a sad event that Andy Marshall also of ran passed away. He started the office of net assessment in the Pentagon. He was around for December seventh Scott, if you can just mentioned to the audience who Andy Marshall was and why he is so important to America's development of China policy and the defense department. Yeah. Sure, Gordon, it's an honor to be able to talk about Mr. Marshall. Certainly a towering figure in the strategic community. I did not have the privilege of getting to know him personally. Although many of the leading luminaries today who right in and think in Washington about the challenges of countering either China or Russia kind of got their start working with him and have gone on to head up some of the most prestigious other think tanks in DC center for strategic and budgetary assessments being the first and foremost among those who've had a close linkage to the officer that assessment Mr. Marshall from I believe the late nineteen seventies on where it's headed. This internal think tank at the Pentagon called the officer net assessment he helped to pioneer the net assessment methodology of trying to track and adversaries overall strategy concept of operations ways of building and maintaining economic and military power and trying to assess long term trends often far much further out into the future of the kind of day to day or even year to year. Challenges that that warfighters in the Pentagon are generally focused on so at the time of the early to mid nineties when China were to by comparison today it extremely weak. When many in the US strategic community were thinking, well, maybe China will change maybe China can be engaged and encouraged to cooperate and adopt the norms of Liberal International order, Mr. Marshall was already encouraging his analysts, including through the disbursement of funds to think tanks to do targeted research on on Chinese strategic thinking capabilities to look at China as a potential peer competitor trying. That's what that world would look by try to encourage the United States. I think what capabilities would you need to build? What approaches would you need to have to allies that are that would ensure that the United States was not confronting this challenge, alone and disarmed back to the incident. With the scrambling of the Japanese warplanes, my understanding some years past is that the weakness of the L A navy is anti submarine warfare. What is called by the professionals as w is that still the case, Scott? Yeah. So there's there's a number of elements to antisubmarine warfare, John. Some of those have to do with having a highly competent, submarine crews, and and extremely advanced submarines themselves. So submarines are a big part of any antisubmarine warfare capability. So too are having a large number of destroyers that can launch helicopters with dipping sonars and Santa believes GOP, and then also fixed-wing airframes like the one we saw and we're discussing earlier tonight. Those capabilities when combined can prove to be extremely risky for an adversary submarine that might be detected and to date because China's submarines. Been relatively noisy because China's. Rotary-wing shipborne rotary-wing capabilities have been fairly weak, and because China has not until recent years had a large presence in the airspaces outside of its envelope of surface to air missile batteries. China has been relatively weak and asked up you. I think it's quite clear now that they are looking to address that. And in fact, if he were alive today, I'm sure Mr. Marshall would be a saying something akin to, you know, this is this is where we thought they might be if they didn't reform and they didn't. And here's where we need to go next, which is to kind of look at what appeal a with advanced AS w capabilities would mean for the US and its allies in the Indo Pacific, Scott, Harold, a senior director of the center for Asia policy pup Pacific policy at the RAND Corporation the incident took place March twenty third that would be chapter one of a thriller. Gordon chang. King.

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"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"America, I'm Hugh Hewitt. Thank you for listening. You may have missed this yesterday. And all the news of Jesse small, Latin Brexit and Israel this from the New York Times, Andrew Marshall, a Pentagon strategist who helped shape American military thinking on the that Union, China and other global competitors. For more than four decades died on Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia. He was ninety seven his death was confirmed. Jamie Dornan, his executor, Mr. Marshall is director of the office of net assessment with the secretive futures of the Pentagon, a long range thinker who prodded and inspired secretaries of defense and high level policymakers virtually unknown among the wider public. He came to be revered inside. The defense department is a mysterious iota like figure who embodied an exceptionally long institutional memory. Well, I'll betcha wasn't a Yoder. My next guest, Admiral, James Stavridis, former supreme allied commander of NATO former in. Under of southern command thirty years in the service of the United States navy Admiral good morning now with the Carlisle group, but often up early with me. Good morning. I you must've known Andrew Marshall. Extremely well. Very sad to learn of his passing. I think appropriately it was announced at least publicly by Representative max berry who is the head of the House Armed Services committee, Hugh, it's impossible to overstate the impact that Andy Marsh on defense strategy over the last four decades now unpacked that I civilian audience because I'll betcha they've never heard of Andy. I bet you they have. No, I I never met him. But I have heard about him for years. I bet you they don't know what the opposite of Neta segment is and the IBM maybe even of defense department strategy is alien to a bunch of my listeners believe it or not the department of defense thinks a lot about strategies. So he say assessment what you're doing is looking at your opponents and looking at yourself your resources, you are looking at what you want to accomplish. And how you are doing essences strategy. Great. It's and ways and means where do you wanna go? What do you have to do to get there? And Andy Marshall was a master at looking at that balance. And I'll give you two practical examples one is in nuclear weapons, cold more unspoiled. It was Andy who came up with the basic theories of how we could apply deterrence in the nuclear world. And then Secondly is the Cold War came to an end any sawed before any of us, the rise of China and became very central to creating the strategy. That is just now kind of edging into public view this balance between the US China. So among many other things nuclear weapons in China. And then lastly back to the Yoda allusion. He was someone who mentor people like ambassadors out Callans as the current negotiator who solving the problem. We hope in Afghanistan, he was a mentor, Don Rumsfeld. That's how far back you see that. It's really remarkable that a lot of Americans don't understand their some patriots who just serve and servants servants serve. And Andrew Marshall was one of them. I was on the Nixon library on on Tuesday on Monday, excuse me, that people learn I'm going to take place back over in July two system the legacy project, but I met bug McFarland on that day and former national scary McFarland adviser McFarlane was they're giving a seminar too much grad students, and I went in and listen to seminar for about fifteen minutes. You talked about two things the opening to China how that was run out of the NSA and the initiative how that was birthed at the NSA, and you know, he was at the NSA with Nixon for China, and he was at the NSA with Reagan for STI, but I'll bet you Andy Marshall had a role in both of those initiatives. And in particular is STI because he came out of the RAND Corporation which worked, which of course, is a think tank you've worked on that in the very early stages in again, the Chinese functionality that he drove into our strategy was just remarkable and obtain another thing inspirational to all of us his longevity in his seventies. And eighties and nine he was still absolutely firing on all cylinders as one of the most influential defense thinkers in the nation ninety seven years old yesterday when he passed away just an amazing career someone someone's got to have a symposium on any Marshall. Let me turn the more practical immediate things Admiral Stavridis because it gets you once a week to talk about some of this. Of course, you were the supreme allied commander of NATO. So you know, Europe as a single military unit Europe is falling apart. It's breaking apart. And the Brexit debate is going to break Britain, or it's going to break the e one of the others. But what do you see when you watch that slow burn? Jacob me. Margarite today, saying half, a blow is better than no bread. In other words, take the may deal. What do you see happening? I think they should take may deal. Let's back up for one second year. I point Europe falling apart. I it's not just brakes think of it. Geographically to the north. The Brits are pulling out to the east. You see the polls in the Hungarians who are moving away from Brussels, very strongly into the south talion, led by prime minister are among the most anti you. And then in the center, you have Macron in France who was under extreme pressure because of yellow vest protests, and you have Germany wear wounded Angela Merkel is finishing her term. Those are the two twin towers of Europe are hold this thing together. So yes, the whole picture is falling apart to breaks. Brits are unbelievably controversial in kind of incompetence looking moment as they cannot as nation figure out what they wanna do it appears at this point. Let's just stop the pain take the Theresa May deal. It's not perfect. But they voted to get out if they really wanna get out at the best they're going to get through. Now, I'm reading from the times of London as we speak. It's where I begin because they're so ahead of us in the news cycle when I get to the studio. This is what I start with Boris Johnson last night. Join Jacob rees-mogg in warning of the growing risks than another defeat would mean Britain remaining in the EU Mr. rees-mogg city now back MS maze. Deal subject to support from the DUP. The prime minister has been told however that she must promise at a meeting with Taurean piece today to quit before the second stage of the Brexit talks. That sounds to me like the lead campaign is getting realism pragmatic realism infused into their choice right now. Indeed, factoring into all this, Hugh. If you've seen the recent polling, it shows that a pretty solid, but difficult to fundamentally predict maturity appears now to went to remain, and I think the those who want to leave are concerned if this thing drags on much longer the imperative to do another referendum will rise. And I think the depart crowd are getting very concerned. So so add that to the pressure. That's on forest Johnson. And that wing of the party to take deal. Now put on your Carlisle group hat per second as a sort of investor Maximus and management. Guru is the UK going to be a great business partner for the United States going forward? Or is is your advice to try and find opportunities for your money to work in other parts of the globe? Post. Brexit posted the media. Assuming the deal passes. Deal. Passes Britain won't be hungry for US is for all lot of obvious reasons. So there will be deals to be had the problem will be if you go into Britain, you're gonna you're gonna have more difficulty getting into the car. So as an investor you kind of have to head I think Europe is still big Europe. If you will is underrated as a place for US investment. I think you're gonna see flow in that direction. But the bottom line is it's going to be Asia that's gonna benefit small everything weeks. Talk about gradual unraveling the European project if you will the idea of this one huge global common market is unraveling in Europe, and that's gonna create more opportunity in Asia. And I would watch particularly to India. I think this century is going to be more about the rise of India's in the rise of China when all set interest. We'll come back to that in future weeks. I I have to close though by talking about Israel with you because the secretary of state your friend, Mike Pompeo yesterday. Talking about the Golan Heights and the president's decision to recognize Israel's annexation of Golan and the massive tank battle fought there in nineteen seventy three and Nixon's intervention in the um Kapoor where it was a great speech that Pompeo gave it a pack. However, they're on the brink of war right now in deputy minister Orrin was on yesterday saying we don't need a war with Gaza's HAMAs right now, the real threat is in the north. That's a second attempt by Iran to get us to look the wrong direction. What do you make of that situation? I think that's a pretty good analysis by the Israelis in limitless back up to the Golan for a second. Anybody who has walked ground up? There is my army general purist would say will tell you that leaving aside the politics of this. It is militarily impossible for Israel to give up the Golan. It just exposes the entire flat low utterly vulnerable tech in manufacturing center of Israel to say nothing of the entire population. So they're going to hold onto the Golan in terms of where they ought to be looking right now, HAMAs in what is happening guys is your it. It's a tactical problem this strategic challenge without question is to the Newark, especially as you, and I have talked about is the Iranian consolidate this swath of territory that runs from Ron to the shores of the Mediterranean, just north of Israel. Go line is going to be crowns. Zeroing that strategic challenge for Israel on that note, Admiral, James Stavridis. Thank you as always for a great conversation following that stavri Jay on Twitter and follow him here. He comes back and makes the world a little bit clearer for us every single week. And we appreciate when he can do that. Thank you Admiral time for me to tell you again about food for the poor as we head into the final three days of our food for the poor campaign. I wanna make one more appeal on behalf of the starving. Children and families trapped in the humanitarian crisis in Haiti triggered by the unrest in February. And if you think your gift larger small can have a huge impact just listened to Becky who has volunteered among the poorest of the poor cannot imagine. What a now doesn't Haiti the water situation. People children little children coming in with dysentery, so severe your money changes lie, and the people who donate I want every person is given even a dollar.

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09:57 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Good evening. Gordon Chang, the daily basis here, and we're going to turn to expose an incident. An incident near Japan in these last days, March twenty third where the Japan defense ministry. Scrambled fighter jets to intercept PRC red China, why nine patrol aircraft. What is the significance of this? Why were those why nine patrol aircraft near the noth- to the Japanese to scramble to scramble fighters. I performance warplanes. There are photographs of this incident. You have to say that the Chinese wanted to be seeing the Chinese aircraft have serial numbers. So they can all be linked to the P L A EC fleet. What does this tell you about the contest that China is conducting against its neighborhood? We welcome someone to help us experts say this. This is our friend Scott herald was an associate director of the center for Asia. A center for Asia policy at the RAND Corporation, Scott is here to explicatives. And then we're going to go on to a story about something called the office of net assessment. Scott, a very good evening to you. Gordon? You wanna take over this question, Scott, we see these Chinese anti-submarine warfare planes, very close to the Japanese islands. So the question is what's going on here? Why are the Chinese doing this? And obviously, they're AS w capabilities are increasing. Why is this a threat to Japan and the United States? That's a great question, Gordon, and John good to hear from you. I I think there's three points to make here one. As you noted Gordon, China has traditionally been regarded as quite weak in the antisubmarine warfare realm, and as appeal as reforms and press and changing things requirements prepare to fight win wars can. Continued on sold. It looks like the P L A is beginning to move to try to make some steps to redress its weakness in the undersea warfare domain. Second as as we've talked about in the past. There is an undersea warfare of race. If you will in the Asia Pacific, that's a foot China has built up its submarine fleet. Japan has decided to retire some currently existing boats, even as they induct new bolt into the fleet. I want itself is building up. What will ultimately be eight boats in the late twenty twenty s Vietnam has procured kilo class submarines from Russia and Indonesia is building up its submarine fleet with helps from South Korea. So there's a lot of action narrative, of course, the United States navy is no slouch in the undersea worker domain the best in the world. And then finally it's worth pointing out China's air intrusions into Japan over the last several years have been extremely numerous and have been designed to impose costs on Japan, forcing Japan to scramble to identify foreign airframe. That are entering into Japanese air defense identification zone areas. So I think there is a kind of an over determination here at serves China's interest in a number of ways to try to build up its capabilities to track submarines, and then also to impose some additional challenges on your pass, forcing them to scramble yet again taking resources away from training and exercises this this conduct. Then was deliberate. They wanted themselves photograph they wanted the scramble and what did they win for? What what is the gain that the navy has for Scott? I think the the takeaway from this job is that the were here. Our capabilities are growing you'd have to get used to the fact that we are going to be able to increasingly tracking potentially prosecute targets. Whether those are Japanese submarines or whether they're preparing capability for the eventual induction of Taiwan's submarine fleet or to potentially track. The US navy all of our efforts have got to be stepped up if we want to continue to maintain dominance. And that's space reminds me of the Cold War of incidents between the US navy and the Russian navy is that how I should interpret this. Let's let's say this. You know, ultimately, there is nothing that prevent the if I understand correctly where this incident occurred, it was not in Japanese territorial airspace. And so in that sense. You know, yes, we're seeing the moves of one great power competitor to try to. Track the capabilities of its rivals. But there's nothing, you know, this is one of the challenges with China it often plays in areas where nothing it's doing illegal. And yet there is a very clear strategic message being sat right Gordon office of net assessment. What is that? And what is your question? Yes, scott. You're a senior director at rand. This week. It was a sad event that Andy Marshall also of ram passed away. He started the office of net assessment in the Pentagon. He was around for December seventh Scott if you can just mentioned to the audience who Andy Marshall was and why is so important to America's development of China policy and the defense department. Yeah. Sure, Gordon, it's an honor to be able to talk about Mr. Marshall. Certainly a towering figure in the strategic community. I did not have the privilege of getting to know him personally. Although many of the leading luminaries today who write in and think in Washington about the challenges of countering either China or Russia kind of got their start working with him and have gone on to head up some of the most prestigious other think tanks in DC the center for strategic and budgetary assessments being the first and foremost among those who have had a close linkage to the of that assessment, Mr. Marshall from I believe the late nineteen seventies onwards headed this internal think tank at the Pentagon called the officer. He helped to pioneer the assessment methodology of trying to track and adversaries overall strategy concept of operations ways of building and maintaining economic and military power and trying to assess long term trends often far much further out into the future than the kind of day to day or even year. Year challenges that that warfighters in the Pentagon are generally focused on so at the time of the early to mid nineties when China by comparison to today, extremely weak when many in the US strategic community were thinking, well, maybe China will change maybe China can be engaged and encouraged to cooperate and adopt the norms of Liberal International order, Mr. Marshall was already encouraging his analysts, including through the disbursement of funds to think tanks to do targeted research on Chinese strategic thinking capabilities to look at China as a potential peer competitor trying. That's what that world would look by try to encourage the United States. I think what capabilities would you need to build? What approaches would you need to have to allies that are that would ensure that the United States was not confronting this challenge, alone and disarmed back to the incident. With the scrambling of the Japanese warplanes, my understanding some years past is that the weakness of the a navy is anti submarine warfare. What is called by the professionals AS w is that still the case Scott? Yes. So there's there's a number of elements to antisubmarine warfare, John. Some of those have to do with having a highly competent, submarine crews, and and extremely advanced submarine themselves. So submarines are a big part of any anti-submarine warfare capability. So too are having a large number of destroyers that can watch helicopters with dipping sonars and Santa beliefs to drop, and then also fixed wing airframes like the one we saw and we're discussing earlier tonight. Those capabilities when combined can prove to be extremely risky for an adversary submarine that might be detected and to date because China's submarines have been relatively noisy because China's. Rotary-wing shipborne rotary-wing capabilities have been fairly weak, and because China has not until recent years had a large presence in the airspaces outside of its envelope of surface to air missile batteries. China has been relatively weakened AS w I think it's quite clear now that they are looking to address that. And in fact, if he were alive today, I'm sure Mr. Marshall would be saying something akin to, you know, this is this is where we thought they might be if they didn't reform and they didn't. And here's where we need to go next, which is to kind of look at what appeal a with advanced AS w capabilities would mean for the US and its allies in the Indo Pacific, Scott, Harold, a senior director of the center for Asia policy pup Pacific policy at the RAND Corporation the incident took place March twenty third that would be chapter one of a thriller. Gordon Chang of.

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"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Com studio on the west coast headed to San Antonio tonight to Washington DC tomorrow, and it is time for the patriot mobile member of the moment that would be congressman Mike Gallagher because it's sad. I'm not going to give you a hard time. Mike gallagher. Andy Marshall died he is I didn't know him, but a great strategic thinker a mentor to our friend, Jerry Hendriks. What did you think of grand strategists being in? The Pentagon Marshall is not known to many Americans, but he was decisive in the opening to China was decisive in STI was decisive Admiral Stavridis said last hour and development of mad doctrine, basically. Simply an incredible career and a great loss for the country. I would commend everyone. Andy Krepinevich is and very watches book called the last warrior about Andy Marshall who was known in the Pentagon, and to certain Chinese strategists as iota, and he while I did not know him personally, I know many people who were mentored by him and his ability to create a strategic community by mentoring or large group of people to think critically about the world and have a long term view of the world. I his is really unparalleled in his alumni network became known as Saint Andrews crap. I know everyone who is a member of that network is feeling the loss today. And so I just like to say we owe Andy Android debt of gratitude for his lifetime service should all spare thought or two first family and friends today. Absolutely. We do. Now, I need to turn to your other friend, Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, he gave a speech at a pack last night, which I can't play all. I'm going to play three minutes of it for you. You're your marine. So you don't know much about tanks right pump house a tanker. And so he knows a lot about tanks, and he was talking about tanks and go on last night. And then we'll come back and talk about what he had to say and talk about Israel, cut number five. I had a chance at a chance both while I was an academic while I was a student to studied the great historic tank battles that took place on those very. And it was really lucky for my family on my first visit I took them to the Golan Heights. And I had my son stand in each of the positions. So we could feel exactly what it looked like.

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860AM The Answer

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"andy marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"May have missed this yesterday. And all the news of Jesse small, and Brexit and Israel this from the New York Times, Andrew Marshall, a Pentagon strategist who helped shape American military thinking on the civil Union, China and other global competitors. For more than four decades died on Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia. He was ninety seven his death confirmed. Jag Jamie, Dornan, his executor, Mr. Marshall is director of the opposite of net assessment with the secretive futurist of the Pentagon, a long range thinker who both product and inspired secretaries of defense and high level policymakers virtually unknown among the wider public. He came to be revered inside. The defense department is a mysterious iota like figure who embodied an exceptionally long institutional memory. Well, I'll betcha wasn't a Yoder. My next guest, Admiral, James Stavridis. Former supreme allied commander of NATO former commander of southern command thirty three years in the service of the United States navy Admiral good morning now with the Carlisle group at op and up early with me. Good morning. I you must've known Andrew Marshall. Extremely well. And very sad to learn of his passing. I think appropriately it was announced at least publicly by Representative maximum berry who is the head of the House Armed Services committee, Hugh, it's impossible to overstate the impact that Andy Marsh was had onto strategy over the last four decades now unpack that for a civilian audience because I'll betcha they've never heard of Andy. I bet you they have. No, I I never met him. But I've heard about him for years. I bet you they don't know what the office of net assessment is. And the idea maybe even of defense department strategy is alien to a bunch of my listeners believe it or not the department of defense thinks a lot about strategies. So when you say that assessment what you're doing is looking at your opponents and looking at yourself your resources, you are looking at what you want to accomplish. And how you are doing. Yes. Anderson strategy, right? It's ends ways. And means where do you wanna go? What do you have to do to get there? And Andy Marshall was a master at looking at that balance. And I'll give you two practical examples one is in nuclear weapons, cold more unschooled. It was Andy who came up with the basic series of how we apply deterrence in the nuclear world. And then Secondly is the Cold War came to an end, Andy. Sobbed before any of us, the rise of China and became very central to creating the strategy. That is just now kind of edging into public view this balance between the US and China so among many other things nuclear weapons in China. And then lastly back to the Yoda allusion. He was someone who mentor people like batteries out talents as the current negotiator who solving the problem. We hope in Afghanistan, he was a mentor, Don Rumsfeld. That's how far back eke out some. It's really remarkable that a lot of Americans don't understand their some patriots who just serve and servants servants serve. And Andrew Marshall was one of them. I was on the Nixon library on on Tuesday on Monday, excuse me that for people to learn I'm going to take the place back over in July two system the legacy project, but I met bug McFarland on that day and former national security McFarland advisor McFarland was given the seminar too much grad students, and I went in and listen to seminar for about fifteen minutes. You talked about two things the opening to China how that was run out of the NSA and the initiative how that was birthed at the NSA, and you know, he was at the NSA with Nixon for China, and he was at the NSA with Reagan for STI, but I'll bet you Andy Marshall had a role in both of those initiatives. And in particular is STI because he came out of the RAND Corporation which worked, which of course, is a think tank you've worked on that in the very early stages in again, the Chinese functionality that he drove into our strategy was just remarkable in another thing to be inspirational to all of us his longevity in his seventies. And eighties and nine he was still absolutely firing on all cylinders as one of the most influential defense thinkers in the nation ninety seven years old yesterday when he passed away just an amazing career someone someone's got to have a symposium on any Marshall. Let me turn the more practical immediate things Admiral Stavridis because it gets you once a week to talk about some of this. Of course, you were the supreme allied commander of NATO. So you know, Europe as a single military unit Europe is falling apart. It's breaking apart. And the Brexit debate is going to break Britain, or it's going to break the one of the others. But what do you see when you watch that slow burn? Jacob me. Margarite today, saying half, a blow is better than no bread. In other words, take the may deal. What do you see happening? I think they should take deal. Let's back up for one second to your first point Europe falling apart. I it's not just brakes think of it. Geographically to the north. The Brits are pulling out to the east. You see the polls in the Hungarians who are moving away from Brussels, very strongly into the south talion, led by prime minister are among the most anti you. And then in the center, you have Micron in France who was under extreme pressure because these yellow fast protests, and you have Germany where wounded uncle of Merckel is finishing her term. Those are the two twin towers of Europe that hold this thing together. So yes, the whole picture is falling apart to breaks. Brits are in unbe. Unbelievably controversial in kind of incompetence looking moment as they cannot as nation figure out what they wanna do it appears at this point. Let's just stop the pain take the Theresa May deal. It's not perfect. But they voted to get out if they really wanna get out. That's the best. They're going to get through Europe. Now, I'm reading from the times of London as we speak. It's where I begin because they're so head of us in the news cycle when I get to the studio. This is what I start with Boris Johnson last night. Join Jacob rees-mogg in warning of the growing risks than another defeat would mean Britain remaining in the EU Mr. rees-mogg said he now back MS maze deal subject to support from the DUP. The prime minister has been told however that she must promise at a meeting with Taurean piece today to quit before the second stage of the Brexit talks. That sounds to me like the lead campaign is getting realism pragmatic realism infused into their choice right now. Indeed. And factoring into all this, Hugh. If you've seen the recent polling it shows that a pretty solid, but if a club. Fundamentally predict maturity appears now to point to remain. And I think the those who wanna leave are concerned if this thing drags on much longer the imperative to do another referendum will rise. And I think the depart crowds are getting very concerned. So so add that to the pressure. That's on forest Johnson. And that we had a party to take the deal. Now put on your Carlisle group hat for second as a sort of investor Maximus and management. Guru is the UK going to be a great business partner for the United States going forward? Or is is your advice to try and find opportunities for your money to work in other parts of the globe post? Brexit post the may deal assuming the deal passes. Deal passes Britain won't be hungry for US is for all lot of obvious reasons. So there will be deals to be had the problem will be if you go into Britain, you're gonna you're gonna have more difficulty getting into the so as an investor you kind of have to head I think Europe is still figure if you will is underrated as a place for US investment. I think you're gonna see flow in that direction. But the bottom line is it's gonna be Asia that's going to benefit from all this everything we've talked about the gradual unraveling at the European project, if you will the idea of this one huge global common market is unraveling in Europe, and that's gonna create more opportunity in Asia. And I would watch particularly to India. I think this century is going to be more about the rise of India's and the rise of China. When all say, oh, interesting. We'll come back to that in future weeks. I I have to close though by talking about Israel with you because the secretary of state your friend, Mike Pompeo yesterday. Talking about the Golan Heights in the president's decision to recognize Israel's annexation of Golan and the massive tank battle in one thousand nine hundred seventy three and Nixon's intervention in the report, it was a great speech that Pompeo APEC, however, they're on the brink of war right now in deputy minister Orrin was on yesterday saying we don't need a war with Gaza's HAMAs right now, the real threat is in the north. That's a second attempt by Iran to get us. A look the wrong direction. What do you make of that situation? I think that's a pretty good analysis by the Israelis in limitless back up to the Golan for a second. Anybody who has walked the ground up? There is my army general peers would say would tell you that leaving aside the politics of this. It is militarily impossible for Israel to give up the Golan. It just exposes the entire flat, low utterly vulnerable tech and manufacturing center of Israel to say nothing of the entire population. So they're going to hold onto the Golan in terms of where they ought to be looking right now. And what is happening guys is a puritan. It's a tactical problem this strategic challenge without question is to the Newark, especially as you, and I have talked about is the Iranians consolidate this swath of territory that runs tape Ron to the shores of the Mediterranean, just north of Israel. Go line is going to be crowned zero in that strategic challenge for Israel on that note, Admiral, James Stavridis. Thank you as always for a great conversation following that stab reach a on Twitter and follow him here. He comes back and makes the world a little bit clearer for us every single week. And we appreciate when you can do that. Thank you Admiral time for me to tell you again about food for the poor as we head into the final three days of our food for the poor campaign. 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