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Embiid returns from injury, 76ers beat Heat 99-79 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Embiid returns from injury, 76ers beat Heat 99-79 in Game 3

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How Would President Trump Have Handled Afghanistan?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:16 min | 6 months ago

How Would President Trump Have Handled Afghanistan?

"Mister president, the lying legacy media is supporting the Biden administration narrative that this is your plan. This is what you would have done. It is clear you've just communicated. You had a conditions based withdrawal plan you would have kept background. What would you be doing right now? If you were the commander in chief, if one U.S. citizen were hurt in Afghanistan, what would your response be and how would you use our special forces? Well, we're in a much worse position right now than we were when I had it. It was absolutely we had it so locked down. We would have been able to leave so easily. And so I mean, it would have just been a beautiful process. And then the only question was probably you bombed the basis because why should we give those bases to others? So we bombed we would bomb the hell out of the bases. The various basis other than Bagram, which we would have kept. But if you think about it, how can it be worse? So now it's a much more difficult position because they have thousands of hostages, American hostages, Jimmy Carter had a small number of hostages. Now they have thousands of American hostages. So it's much different. I would absolutely have a plan, but I don't want to say what the plan is because I think it would be

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Donald Trump on Afghanistan: The Greatest Disgrace in US History

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:54 min | 6 months ago

Donald Trump on Afghanistan: The Greatest Disgrace in US History

"And we are honored to have my former boss with us here on our national radio show America first across the country. President Trump welcome back. Thank you very much Sebastian. Mister president, let's start at the beginning. How different was your approach to national security? There was no woke up under the U.S. Military when you were commander in chief, talk to our millions of lessons across the country about your plans for Afghanistan, the conditions based withdrawal and what we have witnessed the disaster we've witnessed in the last three weeks. Maybe the greatest, most embarrassing disaster we've ever witnessed in our country. The difference was almost first of all it was the opposite. It was the exact opposite. We knocked out ISIS. When I took in, when I took over, ISIS was all over the Middle East. We knocked out 100% of the ISIS caliphate. I noticed now they call it ISIS K so you'll explain that. But we knocked out 100% of the ISIS caliphate. We took out Al Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS. And you know what else and who else we took out? We took out plenty. And we were in total control in terms of Kabul and in terms of Afghanistan. They weren't even close to us. We were going to get people because I believe in getting at 21 years enough and we were like a police force over there and they've got to take care of themselves and as you know better than anybody at particular as soon as we leave, they would stop fighting. And they were fighting for a lot of money. They were among the highest paid soldiers in the world paid for by the American taxpayer. So that's exactly what happened. What we were going to do is get our citizens out, take out other people who deserve to be taken out. Then we're going to knock the hell out of the bases, but before we did that, we're going to take out all of our military equipment. I said down to the nails and the screws in the bolts. Everything out nice and easily. And then we take out the soldiers and probably blow up the bases because why should we give them to somebody else to use? So that was it. And Bagram, we were going to keep because bargara is near China and near Iran and also in Afghanistan. So it covered a lot of territory. So I would have kept that and it's a great area for exactly what it represents. So they spent billions and billions of dollars building it. That's the big Air Force Base. So I think the biggest in the world actually. So we would have kept that instead we fled like there was no reason for it. The soldiers come out last and the army, the military comes out last. After the people and after all of the $83 billion worth of the most highly sophisticated military equipment anywhere in the world, it is a disgrace what's taken

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"bagram  " Discussed on 10-TwoThree

10-TwoThree

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"bagram " Discussed on 10-TwoThree

"Active duty, where were you stationed? So once I, once I graduated from DLI, went to airborne school. And then I was stationed in fort Bragg, North Carolina. Okay, so nothing cool. Nothing cool is a meat factory dude. Did you deploy it all? I did. So, well, go ahead. I deployed to Bagram, I got picked up so an actual deployment. Yes. Good to Qatar. I got a sentence. So here's the most depressing part about this whole thing is I deployed with jsoc, I was picked up as an interrogator to go to Bagram. I was there for less than a month. And I found out I was pregnant with my first daughter. Now, that's not depressing because I have her and I love her and I'm so grateful for her, but you know in the movie jarhead, he trains and trains and trains as a sniper doesn't get to shoot anybody. I had wanted to do my job. I was going to be in for life in the army because I needed it that much. I needed the service. And I had two pregnancy tests before I left. They were both negative. Voluntarily or is that like an army thing? I don't know. What? The pregnancy test. Every woman that deploys you have to get a pregnancy test..

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Here's What the Viral 'Let's Go, Brandon' Chant Actually Means

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 10 months ago

Here's What the Viral 'Let's Go, Brandon' Chant Actually Means

"So it's amazing how some people are coming up to me and they say Charlie, I don't know what, you know, let's go Brandon is. It really after all this, you still don't know? Okay, so for the last couple months, if you haven't noticed our country has fallen apart. And we've been covering that rather extensively here in this program and what you can do about it. And so in addition to all of a sudden, the sport where was the first time that started at like an old miss game or something, I think that's where the first FJ started. And so people were pretty upset. I think you know what this started after the Afghanistan thing. After the Afghanistan thing, it was a it was a step too far. You give $85 billion a weapons to the Taliban, you allow them to take over the country, we give up Bagram air base, all these questions related to Afghanistan and how we got out of there. All of a sudden people said, you know what? I wanted the war in Afghanistan to be over. This is a disgrace. This is awful. This is an insult to all the people that gave their lives in Afghanistan. And that was kind of the line. And as that being the line, people then started to chant at these games. I'm not going to say it on air because we're FCC regulated and we're also we're also a child friendly a family friendly program. F J B or F Joe Biden. Now I'm not one for swearing, I actually try not to do it. We have like a no swearing rule on our team. We don't like it. And that's a different conversation for a different time. But I thought that that sort of word selection and diction was actually appropriate given what Joe Biden was doing to our country. And so then a certain NASCAR event happened in Florida. What was his last name Brandon what? So is the NASCAR driver by the name of Brandon and he was, I think it was in Florida or something, or somewhere in the south. And so he won and when he went to his victory speech, the reporter comes up to him and the crowd is going wild, and the crowd is chanting F Joe Biden, F Joe Biden, live on television. And so then he the guy Brandon is kind of like enjoying it, whatever, and the reporter says, oh, they're all saying, let's go Brandon. Even though it wasn't even close to what they were saying. And so then it kind of became this Internet meme culture joke, and this is the power of Internet meme culture. Where everyone was texting around, let's go Brandon as kind of a substitute to this. Let's go Brandon, let's go Brandon. Now this was ignored by the activist media. This was completely and totally ignored by everyone. They thought this would kind of go away, but no, all of a sudden they now had a we now have a PG way, a totally okay way to say the graphic and the explicit in a way where it's kind of like code where everyone knows what we're saying, which is let's go brand and he's wonderful NASCAR

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"bagram  " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:44 min | 10 months ago

"bagram " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Team on what his own defense secretary's name is Here's secretary Austin Trying to justify leaving Bagram air base which is about 30 miles out of Kabul I was at Bagram It is a secure airfield It would have been perfect for a neo A non combatant evacuation order to get our civilians out of Afghanistan Bagram would have been perfect It was the perfect airfield to do that It was secure not perfectly secured but secured enough Nestled in the mountains It was a perfect way to get our people out We could have done helo lifts That's the only real practical way to get there But we could have done them slowly and methodically and got essential people out and left kind of a qrf behind there to guard the rest of the people who could have gotten out at a cobble but they didn't do that They abandoned a perfectly functioning air base in Bagram because it was one of the tactically dumbest stupidest military decisions in the history of the modern military So here's the general as Joe Biden calls him Secretary Austin saying hey staying at Bagram and staying at war in Afghanistan Again total straw man argument is just making this up Check this out Returning ballroom would have required putting as many as 5000 U.S. troops in harm's way just to operate and defend it And it would have contributed contributed little to the mission that we've been assigned And that was to protect and defend the embassy which was some 30 miles away The distance from Kabul also rendered Bagram of little value any evacuation The staying at Bagram even for counter terrorism purposes meant staying at war in Afghanistan Something that the president made clear that he would not do You see how he throws Biden under the bus there and you may say oh he did He's trying to cover my no he's not Well he may be He tries to cover for him a little later but he's being very delicate about it The criticism here is very real That Joe Biden made a non strategic non military decision to do what You guys are going to get out of Afghanistan no matter what And staying at Bagram means staying in Afghanistan a little while longer and we don't care Joe Biden wanted that photo op on 9 11 The 9 11 photo op He wanted people out even though they clearly knew surrendering boggling would be a disaster So Austin doesn't want to say that that hey surrendering Bagram is really stupid He knows that So what does he do Austin just pretends like somehow oh you know what This is the we were given these marching orders and we went with it Without saying what he should have said if he had any shred of credibility left That this was a strategically dumb decision We could have kept Bagram evacuated our people and then evacuated the 5000 people we had there leaving a forced protection element behind and then we could have gotten them out last That's what the military does You don't evacuate the military first and the civilians later It's incredible that Austin can't admit this This is a guy who's been in a military his whole life This guy many dignity left just tell the truth man 13 13 a young men and women died over there defending this failed mission over there because the military the military leadership couldn't give the straight scoop to Biden and convince them that he was a total disaster making dumb decisions Gets worse Let me play one more before the break chip Let's go to cut 11 This is Tom cotton Now watch the slippery answer here This is senator Tom cotton Republican Military veteran himself Asking what the generals told Joe Biden because Joe Biden remember what Joe Biden said a while back Oh man I was informed about ace of Joe Biden was trying to play stupid Here is proof watch how slippery they are Joe Biden knew this decision would be a catastrophe and didn't care and he did it anyway Listen to this answer They give Tom cotton when questions about exactly that Check this out General Billy it's your testimony that you recommended.

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When We Make Decisions Based on Diversity Instead of Competency, America Suffers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 10 months ago

When We Make Decisions Based on Diversity Instead of Competency, America Suffers

"That when we start to organize society, or when we start to make decisions based on things that people can not change versus on things they can change such as diversity or skin color, not competency and excellence, then all of a sudden you're going to start to see society suffer because of it. And a great example of this is what happened in Afghanistan, which I think we've forgot about way too quickly. What happened in Afghanistan was a publican international humiliation where we gave $85 billion to the Taliban. We gave up the Bagram air base. The sacrifices of so many military members went for not. And let me be very clear. I was all for ending the war in Afghanistan. But if all of a sudden I said, hey, you know, you're the kidney that gets removed. You take out a pocket knife and you start to do, like, that's not a good idea, okay? Go to a professional who knows what they're doing. There's a good way and a bad way to do something that needs to be done. And getting out of Afghanistan, Robinson, hey, let's arm the enemy, give the embassy up, not patrol the air base, Americans are stranded for months on end, give China the upper hand with the entire evacuation, give up the strategic air base. And the reason in the opinion of, I think anyone looks at it objectively, is that the head of the United States military, Mark milley along with Lloyd Austin and Joe Biden, if you consider him to be the head of anything, which is, which is, they were testifying in front of Congress back in June, saying that the existential threat to America was white rage, and that we're not going to apologize for implementing critical race theory diversity equity inclusion or this sort of new history into the military. Into the military of all places. The military that by definition, every person here should want the military to be a place where competency ranks that you don't land the plane, your national security is at risk. You're not able to eliminate the enemy, your national security is at risk. Should all of a sudden, we'd be worrying about these arbitrary academic exercises of diversity equity inclusion or saying, hey, we have the greatest fighting force in the history of the world, probably not worth messing that up for some sort of esoteric abstract academic

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Rep. Brian Mast Frustrated That ISIS Suicide Bomber Was Released From Bagram Prison

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 11 months ago

Rep. Brian Mast Frustrated That ISIS Suicide Bomber Was Released From Bagram Prison

"Brian man Is very wise man He's American hero He's my congressman in Florida as a matter of fact And it's always a pleasure to have you on the air Congressman how are you I'm frustrated sir as I know you are as well and host a different issue but proud to talk to you All right thank you First of all we hear that the suicide bomber that killed 13 precious American military personnel as well as well over a hundred Afghans was an ISIS terrorist who was released from the Bahrain prison as is correct This is absolutely correct And there's a really important compare and contrast that every American needs to be making right now between president Trump and President Biden So this terrorist I'm not even going to say his name because it should never be said This terrorist was handed over to us by India because he was captured trying to bomb a location in New Delhi He was turned over to our CIA and put in lockup back in 2017 So president Trump made him a candidate for waterboarding was able to extract ISIS targets from him and use him to kill terrorists The only thing that a terrorist should be used for is to be used to kill other terrorists That's the only thing they're good for President Biden released the same guy and he was able to now kill Americans That's the compare and contrast that every American needs to see on the way those two

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn's Impression of Congressional Hearing With Military Generals

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 11 months ago

Sen. Marsha Blackburn's Impression of Congressional Hearing With Military Generals

"Well listen I watched this hearing today most of it and you were really quite brilliant the way that you insisted on short answers so they wouldn't filibuster And he wanted some of the very very important topics Tell me what your takeaway is from this hearing My takeaway from death is that you had general McKinsey listening to general Miller who was there on the ground in Afghanistan General McKinsey is it sent Tom They passed the information up to Austin and mellie that you could not do a speedy withdrawal If you did it to Taliban was going to move in and take control that you had to take keep control of the embassy Bagram airfield and put some additional people at HKS airport in order to facilitate the exit Joe Biden didn't want to hear any of that And what is of is really frustrating I think to a lot of the men and women in uniform and a lot of our veterans is that you didn't have million Austin really forcing the issue of but mister president you can't do what you want to do and get people out of Afghanistan And keep the government system in the country And Joe Biden was focused on a date certain so that he could go out there and have his victory dance on September 11th and say hey look at me I'm the guy I ended this war And Mark it is like he missed the entire point of this We were Uh oh Did we lose the senator I guess we did the war on terror for a reason

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"bagram  " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"bagram " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"First, I would say the president's view and this administration's view is that our relationship with China is One not of conflict but of competition. And so we wouldn't agree with the characterization of the relationship. Oh, simple. We just don't agree. There are buddies. You know it's it's the space race, Not an arms race to space race. We're just, you know, we're all trying to win here. Listen. Competition is the free market. China is not the free market and everybody knows it. That's why their economy's about to take this big hit because of the way they play their games because of the way they manipulate their currency and Hurt their own people in many ways, and now they're hurting our people with their China virus. It's my best trump. I don't do a great trump. But you know, I try. I try to do a good trump anyway. Where else have we heard? This? China's not our enemy. But our competitor We've heard from Joe L. Barbosa Biden, but we've also heard it from people who've recently. Kind of handed over the Bagram air field air base in Afghanistan and I don't want to jump into Afghanistan, but I do want to say it's so strategically close to China. That it does beg the question. Why are we doing what we did, and is it to help our friendly competitors? Are we helping them with a win or we hoping the United States I want to roll the tape back? To as far back as 2015 got General Mark Milley in 2015 Sand. China is not the enemy. Listen to this. China is not an enemy. Uh, I think that's important for people to clearly understand. Uh,.

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"bagram  " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We don't have a peace treaty. But you know what? Let's bring home the troops. Does anybody think the Kim regime in North Korea would not have gobbled up South Korea and the world would look differently. And we did that We stood. We stood on the wall and said no, and we put American troops in and today we have 110,000 American troops in Europe and Japan and Korea and what is it? It's in our interest to do so The world is a better place. We have allies and friends and trading partners who buy American goods and services and share our values. And and what did we do in Afghanistan? We took nearly 40 million people, two thirds of whom are under the age of 25. We gave them 20 years in which their country was striving to be better, more modern, allowing women to be educated and working. People have freedom of conscience and basic human rights. And we gave them now to the control of barbarians who will slaughter anybody. Who had anything to do with supporting America in this last 20 years. But yesterday Here's the statement from a NSC spokesperson Emily Horne, the Taliban have been cooperative and facilitating the departure of American citizens and lawful a lawful permanent residents on charter flights. They have shown flexibility and they have been businesslike and professional in dealings with our effort, and at the same time I'm watching video of them whipping women in the street for protesting. And and I'm seeing pictures of journalists whose skin was rubbed raw by the blows. They got hours before for covering it. We're watching this violence. How do you make a statement like that quote you in the inner sanctums of government? Yes. Look, uh, these people are either delusional or more likely, cynical, and I think the cynicism is they think if we stop talking about Afghanistan, they're telling the press this We're presidents know, going low under going to speak about Afghanistan. It's only going to be lesser officials, primarily at the State Department. The American people are going to forget about this, and we're going to pass the American jobs plan $3.5 trillion new of new welfare benefits and free things for Americans and by 2022 midterms. They will have forgotten Afghanistan and there will be showering the Democrats with votes because we gave them bread and circuses. But you know what professional and business like. Yeah, they're businesslike and professional. I have a friend who was in and out of Afghanistan a lot. He had many interpreters who worked with he and his team in Afghanistan. One of those interpreters was taken in it and lived outside of Kabul was taken by the Taliban. A few weeks ago, they summoned his family and witnesses. They tortured him and murdered him in front of his family and then cut off his arms and then systematically killed every single member of his family except the 10 year old daughter, who was given to to a Taliban warrior as as an arranged bride. And then the witnesses were dismissed. You're right, they are professional, and they are business like and their business is murdering People Americans. And people who stood with America in the fight against the war on terror. And you don't speak for President Bush. But this must really, uh, this must really hit home. It must be really agonizing since you remember the potting and planting in the power given to the Pentagon to do what they do best. That that power has been taken away, but they are forced to deal with the aftermath. Well, you talked about Bagram think about this president, Biden said. Here's how many troops you've got, The Pentagon said Mr President. That's not enough to hold Bagram. Hold the Kabul airport. And be able to secure Kabul enough to move Americans out. And Biden says, I don't care. Here's how many troops you've got. You figure out what's the number one priority and the number one priority was hold the Kabul airport, but we gave up Bagram needlessly. We gave up the whole mission in Afghanistan needlessly. And we're going to regret this day and it may not be today. It may not be next week. It may not be a year from now. But even the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General, Milley said that the fall of Afghanistan means that within 12 months 24 months or 36 months, there will be a resurgence of terrorism. And when that moment comes, those smart people who occupy the by the administration like the woman you just quoted Are going to regret having said those things and most important of all, the president, United States will regret having taken a needless to render offering up a needless surrender in a war that we had largely want. No question. Do you fall? You know how this works? You fault the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the secretary defense for being, uh, for being so compliant. I mean for keep it for wanting to hold their jobs. I know they're not. They're supposed to serve at the pleasure of the president. But at the same time, the president saying, this is what the intelligence said This is my Defense Department told me so he's pushing it back on them. Yeah, well, you notice they're pushing back on him. I mean, General, Milley went out and said, 12 months 24 months, 36 months after the president basically said, you know, in Texas, we've got a phrase minnow Alamo. I wasn't at the Alamo. The president said. No, It's not my call me No Alamo. It's not. I wasn't at the Alamo. You You know you It's your fault, not mine. You know you but ultimately, the responsibility as his look. Our military is under civilian control. They report to the secretary defense who is a member of the president's Cabinet. And the president is the commander in chief under our Constitution. So he says, do it. They've got to do it or resign. I wish I'd seen a few more resignations. Karl Rove. Thanks So much for your reflections and for analyzing at the moment. Appreciate it, Carl. Use all the best. All right. When we come back Frank Schiller Stephen Siller ran through those tunnels.

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"bagram  " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Meanwhile, They're like covering up for Al Qaeda They're covering up for bin Laden is location. They're not helping us at all Their funding the Taliban for the duration of all of this, and the Taliban is using those resources via the Pakistani intelligence services to kill our guys and put them in. In the graves here here in Arlington. This Katie isn't fair were indirectly. Yeah, we're indirectly funding the killing of our own people. Okay? I always thought that we should leave Afghanistan in December of 2000 and one when we had destroyed Al Qaeda. There were only 200 of them left. Osama bin Laden was so convinced it was the last stand that he wrote his last will and testament. We had them with their backs up against the Tora Bora mountains of him to gush mountains that separate Afghanistan from Pakistan, and so rather than killing them off right then and there we somehow let them slip through our fingers and instead of meeting him at the other side of the mountains and killing him off there, we then turned it over to Pakistan like you said, And we promised back sent $2 billion a year, which is real money in Pakistan. $2 billion a year if they would find and kill Osama bin Laden. Well for two billion a year. They didn't want to find Osama bin Laden. They Why get rid of that? Two billion a year? It was like they renewed IQ. They would always pretend they were fined. You know, lucky. Just give us a little more time. A little more money. We're definitely on his trip. And they had no intention of the only reason we got bin Laden in the Andes because we didn't tell Pakistan about it. That's right. That's right. We kept that a secret, and it worked. Um so with these with these remaining Americans, I'm detecting. We've been seeing a lot of heroism among veterans who have been organizing as best They can. Um these flights and these communications inside Afghanistan without it seems meaningful help from the United States federal government. The State Department has kind of been throwing up his hands this week, suggesting Really not much. We can do it so hard to figure out who's on these manifests and whether or not they should really be getting out of the country. And I keep thinking, Katie, you've had experience in the federal government. Why couldn't we just forced a third country to allow us to land there? Or why can't we just landed land all these people on any base in that region and then vet them on that side? Is it that hard to do? Is it that hard to just say Yeah, we're going to clear everybody know they just want the story to go away and look at the people who are could be vetted. You know who can Who can vouch for them? Are the men and women that they worked for for 20 years and worked with the Americans they worked with in Afghanistan. Those are the people who were doing the rescue missions, and not only is the Biden administration and the federal government sort of feckless and helpless in getting the Americans out. They actually standing in the way of preventing some of these flights from taking off and they've got. They've always got some bureaucratic excuse to explain why, But there's never an excuse for not letting Americans on a plane to come home and again. I think that in a cynical way, since I think they figure well, the reporters aren't there. You know, the Americans have a short attention span. This story will be dead and buried and gone by the time Voters go to the polls in 2022. They think they're going to get away with it. But they're not going to get away with even if they get away with this, and I don't think they will. But they won't get away with is the next crisis because you could promise yourself that China and others are looking at this and saying Jesus, they wouldn't even rescue Americans when it would have been easy. Let's do something new little more difficult. Let's take our move in the South China Sea or against Taiwan. We know Barton won't do anything. Yes, well, China seems, obviously has got Biden's number. But tell me more about China and Afghanistan. What? What, Uh, moves is China making that you're observing. And how important is that? Right. So I think Afghanistan now we'll just sound in a civil war. The Taliban looks united for now, but they're not. I mean, historically, they've always fought each other the different tribes and there's the sane in Afghanistan. I mean, when I was there, I heard it so many times. It's me against my brother. It's me and my brother against my cousins. It's me and my brother and my cousin against the guy in the next valley, so they will soon descend into multi party fighting and each one of the tribes backed by a different foreign power. Iran decks of Back of the Afghans on the western side of Afghanistan. Russia back some of the ones in the north China is back in the central government because they want access to trillions of dollars. Of rarest minerals and resources. Pakistan is supporting the Haqqani network, which is in the south and east of Afghanistan and India. Meanwhile, India is probably has some relationship to the Northern Alliance tribes, So I think they all start fighting each other. What is China going to do when they get in this they have now they are now talking about taking Bagram airbase. Remember Bagram airbase that we built with? Hundreds of billions of dollars of American money, and they're looking at the feasibility of occupying at themselves as part of their silk Road, their one belt one road, um Eurasian trading bloc and transportation hub that they're trying to create to link Europe to Asia. China is all over it. I think at the end of the day, though, I'm not sure that China will have a whole lot more success than anybody else has had in Afghanistan. No, but those resources are so big and it's just amazing. They're seeking lithium and all these things that You know, it's like it's Yeah. You know, you have Biden out there this week this week, claiming that you know, by the middle of this century, we're going to get 50% of our power from solar panels. Although all that all that all those solar panels are made in China, China now getting the resources necessary in order to build the equipment that we're going to end up paying for. Enriching China. It's just It's just a very vicious cycle and you're watching it all happen in your thing, man. Every single one of these actions is to the benefit of some other country and it's not to the United States. Yeah, you know, it turns out that the common sense is something sadly lacking and a lot of career politicians and particularly in the current Westlink Yeah, yeah, that's for sure. Um, All right. Well, I'll tell you, Katie. I really appreciate it. As always, You know, it's just this has been this ongoing disaster of Afghanistan has, you know everybody sort of worried and it's helpful to turn to people like you really know what's going on to give us some some clear insight into this KT. McFarland as always, Thank you. Extent. Really nice to talk to you, Katie. Make fun in her book is Revolution Trump Washington And we, the people. Um, uh, I, uh Get, I guess so distraught, seeing all of it. I know you do, too. It's like you watch all these American citizens who are stranded there. The White House just making these pathetic excuses for what is going on in the country. And for for their detachment here, and the thing is, they don't want us talking about this anymore. Afghanistan is the one thing they don't want brought up, and if it's brought up at all, they pretend like they're responsible. They've been taking credit for the actions of some of these troops. We're getting people veterans. I mean, veterans organizations who've been getting people out of the country. The White House tries to come along and take credit for their actions. What in in what Few glimmers of hope we see coming out of Afghanistan. But beyond that They're trying to distract us, which is.

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"bagram  " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So if you say Well, the Taliban is not letting them out. But they well know that paperwork because they don't want to make it seem that way. Because I think they think that will inflame and escalate the situation to make it harder to get people out. But I agree with you. This is still a big story. Americans 100 or so Americans can't get out. Thousands of our Afghan allies can't get out the terrorist threat increasing And you know, just because you don't put it on the air. It's not going away a couple of things. I think it's totally getting under reported and I am surprised. I continue will be surprised is that this these phone calls not only with the president, but Mark Milley when they both tell Jahani changed the perception. Even if it's not the case change the perception and Jahani said Specifically, there are 10 to 15,000 terrorists coming through Pakistan supported by Pakistan. I need air cover. And they tell them change the perception and yet they want to turn around, say no one thought the army was going to fall like that. They haven't won a single battle in any province. They put it. They did not put up a fight. And Kabul falls like paper, mache A. And if you listen to the if you read the transcript of the calls that Reuters God They had to have expected that And if Joe Biden didn't the man that's been wearing a uniform, and, uh and camouflage for 50 years, Mark Milley He should give up his bars if he can't assess that the Taliban was about to take over and the Afghan army was about to fall apart. Well, I'm going to defend Millie and I'm not going to defend bite, but I'll defend Millie. To this extent they have a meeting in the situation room in April of 2021 now and you know that Trump had set the deadline of May 1st. They know that that's unrealistic. They can't get out that zone. But does it is, what are we going to do? And Millie says We need 2500 to 5000 troops there. We can keep Bagram. We can provide air cover. We can you know we can. We can keep the troops the Afghan security forces. In control. They're not going to melt away and Biden overrules and basically says, Look, we're going to get out. We're going to go to zero. First, he says. By September, 11th and he says by August 31st, I want you to get down and forget Bob Graham. The only thing you're in charge of is getting people out from Kabul airport downtown. And the embassy. So in fairness to Millie You know when when they say well, he said. You know, Biden's as well. They didn't told us. We shouldn't go back to Bagram. He couldn't go back to Bagram because he was following the president's orders with the amount of troops that Biden gave him to have. He didn't have any choices and, you know, so he's he's the general, the commander in chief tells them you have to do certain things. With a certain number of troops. It really tied his hands, so I put this all on Biden. In a way. I know that and I know that situation, he said. If you're only gonna give me 600 troops is what I'm going to need, he said. I'm going to need feel like basically 5000 or 10,000 order to retake Bagram, he told Jennifer Griffin. Fine. You put 5000 into the airport in a week. You could have put 10,000 on the ground because you tell the president that we could have thousands of Americans trapped behind enemy lines. Because Mr President, the Afghan army is not getting supported the beginning to melt away. They have not fought for any province to this date with. There's no guarantee the carbon will stand and when he talked to Jahani Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said, change the perception and the optics that is not what a would a military man should be telling the leader of a country and then turn around and tell the American people. No one predicted they would fall this fast final thought. Well, I would just say, you know, in in the book down bin Laden, one of the two people who says don't do the raid when they have their final meeting on April 28th. Is Joe Biden and the other is Bob Gates, the secretary of defense and Gates had made it pretty clear for a long period of time. He didn't think much of Biden you know how we set in his memoir. You have been wrong about everything for 40 years. He had said that so he's going back to the Pentagon. After this meeting with the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Mark, Mark Mullen, Mike Mullen, and Mullen says to him. Hey, you say he's been wrong about everything for 40 years. You just voted with him not to go on the raid, so it was kind of an open secret in an open joke. What? Bob Gates brought Joe Biden. I'm up against it. But with Who? Your guests. I hear you get signed up. Well, we were going to be talking about Afghanistan on the 9 11, and we have an exclusive interview. Very interesting interview just did it with Stephen Breyer the and he talks a lot about retirement about why the court didn't take the trump challenges and talks about The idea of expanding packing the court All of that with Stephen Breyer on Fox News Sunday and listen get countdown bin Laden. It is really good. I know. You think you know the story, but not like this. Chris. Congratulations on the book. Thank you, my friend. You got it. 18664087669 educating.

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Michael Anton Suggests U.S. Could Have Destroyed or Removed Equipment Left to Taliban

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Michael Anton Suggests U.S. Could Have Destroyed or Removed Equipment Left to Taliban

"Stunning. Talking to Michael Anton, author of one of My Favorite books, the Stakes America at the Point of No Return, by the Way, folks. Michael was also a Trump administration officials familiar with the national security infrastructure. Michael question. I get a lot on email, social media and elsewhere, and it's a hard one to answer because it's it's you know, I don't have it easy. If I did, I'd give it to them. But we spoke to President Trump yesterday. Is there any way To destroy large swaths of this equipment we left behind or is this just at this point gone? I mean, they hide in civilian areas. I mean, a lot of it was small arms that are going to disappear. I mean, it said that they're probably not keeping weapons caches anywhere at this point. I mean, is this just give us a bad news? I mean, is this just gone? I suppose if we could track some of the larger pieces, they could be hit with drones, Hellfire missiles, you know, for the big helicopters and things like that. Um, I don't know how how well, our ability is to track this stuff. But here's the question if we knew we were getting Out in advance. Why didn't we quietly start to bring all of this stuff home as much as possible, taking inventory and say, Okay, this stuff we can get out this stuff we can't and then destroy the stuff that we couldn't Take out ourselves before the evacuation started. I mean, everything about this operation was a complete botch from the beginning, you know, Closing Bagram Airbase first, Mark Milley is on the record saying, Oh, it's not important. It doesn't matter that turns out to have been a catastrophic miscalculation. If it was a miscalculation, I mean, I don't have any special insight. But when somebody makes a mistake this dumb that you know, a third grader, my, you know, my kids could say in advance. Oh, yeah. You know, you don't do it that way. You have to wonder if it was deliberate. Yeah. I mean, Michael, you know, I love my wife. But she, you know, she's a Web designer. She's not a military strategist. She looks at me on the couch when I will watching Fox, and we're listening to all this stupidity about the equipment. She's like, Why not just, you know, throw sand in the gas tank of some of these guys mean seriously, like at least make it hard to drive. Not that you can't fix it, but it's an obstacle to at least driving them in a parade the next day. I mean, they're already exactly said

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"bagram  " Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Would slow the pace of evacuation flights. And that is that they're worried about vetting people on those flights. Um, that the Taliban has just recently released all these terrorists from prisons in in Afghanistan. You saw that? Play out over a series of weeks as the Taliban took over more territories. They, uh, stopped off at each of the prison sites and liberated liberated. A bunch of criminals, many of whom are terrorists. There are no internal controls in Afghanistan. No vetting, so someone gets on a flight. Where are they going? Now, people I talked to say that you know, they've you know their verify the vet people, um But again, you could have people fall through the cracks. It gets back to the main failure here. And that is We never should have been put in this situation. In this position in the first place. Um, you have a Biden pull out. That was a complete disaster. It could have been done orderly, it could have been done properly. As president, Trump suggested we could have kept the Bagram Air Force Base. As a strategic asset. But Biden decided not to. And for all those Democrats out there, Chloral Trump decided to two things. Okay. First, Trump. Did not decide to leave in the manner in which Biden Chose to leave. That's all on Biden. There was the right way to leave in the wrong way to leave. And he certainly by every metric by every definition, chose the wrong way. But second of all, Uh, Biden has been reversing Trump policies left and right more left and left. Uh, he's been reversing things all the time. So don't tell me that Well, he was, you know, Trump made a policy and he had to stick with it Really? Tell me more about that border wall in the South. Tell me more about the remain in Mexico policy. Tell me more about hundreds of other reversals that we saw with Biden. So now. No, not not going to not going to, uh, let you get away with that one. The question becomes How do we get those citizens out? How do we get people out who are legitimately our allies who deserve some level of protection? And that's what the State Department hasn't figured out yet. So I felt The State Department now for two things, one blocking the flights. It's clear they're blocking them, and the Taliban is just taking the blame. But it's the State Department colluding with the Taliban. It's disgusting. How closely we're working with the Taliban over this stuff. Blocking flights. And not acknowledging the reason why. And secondly, not having a backup plan for how we're gonna deal with this because there are legitimate people we need to get out of Afghanistan. Don't tell me you can't put in place some sort of Um Uh, you know, protocol for vetting these folks. We certainly can. So we've got to figure out How do we get back control? Of an administration. Whose foreign policy has failed. Whose national security program has failed. And we still have people who are citizens left behind. How do we? How do we send the message Because they seem to try to be sweeping it under the rug and moving on. And, of course, the liberal media all too happy to accommodate. They gotta help out there, boy, Joe Biden. They don't want him to have, you know, have to acknowledge two bit too much damage. The American people are not letting this go. And rightfully so. Where.

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The Taliban Says Its Top Ally Is Communist China

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 1 year ago

The Taliban Says Its Top Ally Is Communist China

"Taliban has said that it's number one. Ally is going to be communist China they believe in the And communist China's economic agenda. So, in addition to all the rest of it, we've just turned over the entire region. To China. And people will say good. Let them get bogged down. They're not going to get bogged down. They're not going to war with the Taliban. They're aligning with the Taliban. They're gonna have access to unbelievable. Minerals. And wealth. In the geography if you look at Afghanistan That place them in a strategic advantage Mountains. And tunnels are no mountains and tunnels. Against India. Against Pakistan. In other countries. It gives them a lane into the Middle East that they didn't have before. And I guess they're going to get the Bagram airport to Which is a major disaster. A major disaster. Unbelievable.

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Private Security Firm Exploited Afghan Crisis, Charging Thousands for Flight Tickets

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Private Security Firm Exploited Afghan Crisis, Charging Thousands for Flight Tickets

"Mean, it's one thing If you're Joe Biden and you have no morals, you have no conscious Six stupid, nasty old man. But then then dragged the whole country into his world with the thanks of the Democrat Party in the media is really unbelievable. Unbelievable. Private security team with the former firm Blackwater and U. S. Army soldiers stood watch for Taliban fighters. As the crew called the Bagram Air Force. Oh, The air base. I should say for help. Oh, that's not our base anymore. Mohammed jumped in a Humvee along with a force from the 82nd airport division and drove hours into the mountains to rescue them. The three senators were driven back to the base with the convoy. Imagine if the Taliban have gotten those three. Hello, Mr President. Save me and my family, Mohammed said, according to the Wall Street Journal, Don't forget me here. I can't leave my house, he said on Tuesday. I'm very scared. Mohammed's visa application reportedly stalled when the defense contractor he worked for lost records needed for his visa application. As the Taliban seize control. On August, 15 Mohammed tried his luck at the Kabul airport Gates but was turned away by U. S forces. He told him he could go, but he'd have to leave his wife and Children behind. I guess that's what Biden means when he says. Some people just want to stay there. Ladies and Gen. They just want to stay there. Your blood should be boiling. Beyond belief right

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Caller Who Previously Served Under General Milley Says He's Not the Same Leader Now

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Caller Who Previously Served Under General Milley Says He's Not the Same Leader Now

"Of all. The question was not asked is well, really. What was your recommendation to the president? As to whether we should hold on to Bagram or not? And then if your recommendation is to let go of it or to let it go? How do you justify that from the military standpoint, especially considering you know, I I don't even think where you can argue or using the retrospective scope now, But in fact I think that's a reasonable question to ask, Um Regardless. And then finally, let me just ask you that, you know, General Milley had no problem John in front of a microphone, attacking Trump after Trump. Walked through Lafayette Park, and that seems really kind of trite to be complaining about that when you consider what's going on here. Yes, sir. I completely agree. I didn't think there was anything wrong with what he did. Uh, um To be honest with you. I mean, that was a show of that was a show of unity and for like, a better term force. Let me ask you this before we run out of time. How did you find you? You We worked with him What you reported to him when he was a colonel. How did you find him to be as a colonel? Um, he bright bright, Well read and very, very demanding. Um and very, very, uh, You don't You don't have any question about what he thinks released back then you didn't. Now I think that has changed dramatically. He's not He's not the same. He's not the same leader. He was back

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Any General Who Agreed to Give up Bagram Air Base Should Lose Their Stars

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Any General Who Agreed to Give up Bagram Air Base Should Lose Their Stars

"You've got demagogues on our side, too. Okay, let's just be honest. Keep talking about a 20 year war. Keep talking about sending in hundreds of thousands of troops keep talking of ways. It wasn't a 20 year war, and we're not sending in hundreds of thousands of troops. We 2500 non combat troops. There looks pretty good, doesn't it now look pretty good. Then they say Biden and then they regurgitate what Biden says which is a flat out lie and his spokes idiot. Masaki flat outline And this guy Millie should have his ass fired immediately, but he won't But he won't Any general who agreed to give up that air base. Should lose their stars and their colors and be thrown to the street. As I said last week, these guys are going to go down in history as the worst generals ever. And there's going to be books written about what a disaster they are. What a complete disaster that and I said, Look, I can't sign it up. We're saying we know better than 50 50 the media reporting through their various sources that we're going to get hit again at Fort Kabul. Not that the enemy is going to get hit. Not that they have us to fear. Not that they were going to kick their ass. No. Fort Kabul is going to get hit, but we're already to get hit.

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Victor Davis Hanson Agrees U.S. Shouldn't Have Given up Bagram Air Base

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Victor Davis Hanson Agrees U.S. Shouldn't Have Given up Bagram Air Base

"Listen, I'm not a military guy. You're not a military guy were pedestrians. But my God, we can figure this out. You don't give up that air base, do you? No. We've heard about it for 20 years. If this was the keystone of Afghanistan, the Eisenhower administration built it. The Russians trip it over, enhanced it. We went in there and really poured the money in It was defensible. It was impregnable. It's was a multi purpose runway. We had all sorts of other, uh, military type. We had Marines. We had special forces Base, Sir, we have prisoners kept there. It was the whole protective hub of our you know of our presence in Afghanistan, and now he keeps talking about over the horizon on the horizon. Well, we didn't need on the rise and we had it right there, and Trump left 2500 and 3000 people that could defend it as long as that was their contractors were servicing. Helicopters for the Afghan. You could have decide if you wanted to withdrawal. You could have done it over a year and a half period or you could have. We hadn't lost anybody when Trump left office for an entire year. I don't know what the idea was. It was just to make it so chaotic that then you say, Well, there was no alternative brightens of I inherited this policy. That was terrible, So I had to adhere to it. But I like the policy because I agreed with it, but it was Trump's fault it just incoherent. And I think it's because We're in a period in our history where we're not picking time to ask what's important, It's food. It's fuel its safety, its security. And that's and it's our Constitution. That's about it. We don't have time for, uh, you know, proportional representation, disparity impact the cancel culture. The therapeutic idea when they talk about diversity and and cold, sweet sense that I think, are we going to look at the dead? And say this particular group died in disproportionate to their representation in the

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The B.S. Media Narratives About Biden's Afghanistan Failures

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

The B.S. Media Narratives About Biden's Afghanistan Failures

"Going through these media narratives that RBS all week. We added one just now. Don't let them say oh, Biden was locked in. This was a Trump deal from the start to surrender to the Afghanistan to the to the Afghan Taliban. It was a trump deal, but softened Biden could have done and by the way, the only reason the Taliban didn't attack us was because of this deal, Surrender Deal. Trump Sign and M. Biden. Biden was locked in There were no attacks during the it's not true. There were attacks during the deal, and Trump responded because the Trump deal with the Taliban was the conditions based deal. In other words, you mess with us. We are going to punish you and rain heads down on your heads. And that's exactly what happened. I just read to you the headline. Just four days after Trump agreed to this deal with the Taliban to get out of Afghanistan, just four days is simple math, even for liberals. Trump bombed them because they didn't go by the deal. Biden did nothing like that. Biden and Biden said no conditions were getting out empty out the prisons. Screw Bagram, leave our people behind. Don't let them blame Trump. But the most disgusting narrative. Told you we do it a little bit in reverse. Someone we've been covering all week is the and this is probably one of the dumbest short term. Narrative efforts at spinning an hour if I've ever seen is this effort to blame Americans? Sake, did it again yesterday. I'm going to get to that audio, too. It's just disturbing. See they're they're going to blame. Americans are leaving behind their setting it up right now, and the spin is going to be. They wanted to stay as if Afghanistan is like the Jersey Shore or something in the summer Ocean city like a Hamptons resort or something. It's a reality show.

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Three Questions Biden Needs to Answer on Afghanistan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Three Questions Biden Needs to Answer on Afghanistan

"A head count. Don't think for a second. This is just an innocent mistake. We really have no idea how many Americans are in Afghanistan. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, we We don't do stupid. Okay. Where do we tolerate? Stupid and that's just stupid. To hold in your head. Okay? Questions how many stranded Americans are left behind? These are the questions Amid the chaos. We can't hit the bed. If you know what I mean. We have to think clearly as they focus Question number two. Why did we abandon Bagram Air Base? And why are we re taking it now? There are two runways there. It is a secure or was a secure military facility. About a 20 minute. Hello, left outside of Kabul. We could be flying planes out. Almost 24 7. We have the ability to fly out at night. There we control it. Why have it? Why did we abandon Bagram? Why haven't we retaken bargain? Fair question? No. Question number three. I said there are a lot of questions, but these are the top three. I see. Right? Why did the Afghan National Army fail fail so quickly? We know the intel was there. We know the military. Intel was there. The Afghan National Army was not ready to fight the Taliban. We know that why isn't that they felt so quickly. And why is this all basically been hidden from us? Well.

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Biden's Evacuation of Afghanistan Is Purely Political

Mark Levin

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Biden's Evacuation of Afghanistan Is Purely Political

"You think this is what Donald Trump would do? Do you think that Ronald Reagan would do you have these generals going to the microphone? Not a damn one of them. Sounds like George Patton. Do they Well, you know, they have enough. You know, you have enough resources and well, we got enough and that this general, I don't know There's any big guy. He answers the question. I thought I don't even understand your answer. And then, the reporter said. I don't understand your answer. They do not have enough of what they need. As tough as they are. They're not tough enough to resign and they're not tough enough to say so. To a complete buffoon. As commander in chief. How is it that we know more than they do? Because it's common sense. How is it that we know you don't pull the military before you account for every single citizen because it's common sense. Didn't have enough resources. To maintain the Bagram airport to massive facility. It was housing. Hundreds, if not thousands of the Islamo Nazis. And they give it up. We had to make a choice. No, you didn't have to make a choice. Your commander and stupidity made you make a choice. Does everything he does is political. Let it go. I want to get out of Afghanistan and by God, I'm going to get out of Afghanistan. One out. So do tens of thousands of American citizens and they're stuck. They're stuck. We got 3300 out so far and how many are there? I don't know. And what are you gonna do about them? I don't know. How come the French and the Germans and the British or Sunday commandos out beyond the beyond the air, But I don't know. How many weapons of ours. Do they have? Humvees? Everything upgraded? I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. We prepared for every contingency Well, guess what? Ladies and gentlemen when you surrender. There's a lot of things that happen that you may not anticipate, particularly when you surrender when you have thousands of American citizens behind enemy lines.

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Afghanistan Evacuations: US Orders Emergency Use of 18 Commercial Aircrafts

WSB programming

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Afghanistan Evacuations: US Orders Emergency Use of 18 Commercial Aircrafts

"News right now out of Afghanistan, the Pentagon ordering emergency use of 18 U. S commercial aircraft to transport Americans and Afghans after they've been flown out of Kabul. Now we are expecting to hear from President Biden today at four o'clock. With an update on the spiraling situation in Afghanistan. ISIS terrorists released from the prison at the Bagram airbase now apparently threatening people around the airport in Kabul. Reports of at least seven people killed now

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Biden Had a Noncombatant Evacuation Operations (NEO) Plan and Ignored It

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Biden Had a Noncombatant Evacuation Operations (NEO) Plan and Ignored It

"Neo, Don't forget this neo all the media people out there. I know you don't want to do your jobs, but do them now ask about the non combatant Evacuation Operation Plan. What was the neo for Bagram in the embassy? What was it? Because someone has it. Because I've heard a lot about it over the last few days, and why was none of it followed? Think about this. You served. They left your friends behind. They had a plan to get them out. And the neo was thrown in the garbage and ignored completely leaving your friends and people who worked with you and people who have supported this country overseas in a war zone, leaving them high and dry. Think about what I just told you. That plan is there That plan is there and they ignored it. They surrendered Bagram Airbase, the one facility we had near absolute control over outside of a civilian center with an active airstrip runway that can support cargo and fighter aircraft, and we forfeited it for a reason. I asked on yesterday's show. Nobody can seem to explain. Why did you guys forfeit a controllable military base in the middle of nowhere? At least a 20 minute flight by Hello outside of Kabul? Why did you 4/5 at In the middle of a and an armed insurgency by the Taliban. Why did you do that? No one can explain it other than pure stupidity or malice. There is no other explanation. And now the people who fought over there have to say to themselves every day. What What What Why did I come home without fingers, Toes, arms, and I Why There's this, You

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"bagram  " Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Could lead to their child being taken away. Fear actually impact a mom's on expect him parents decision to reach out for support or prenatal care and actually impact their decision to go through with the pregnancy or not the government data to confirm these fears varies greatly by province in saskatchewan from twenty fifteen to twenty nineteen. A reported. Seventy eight percent of newborns. Who came into government. Care where indigenous in british columbia and twenty eighteen indigenous. Parents made up. Fifty eight percent of people subjected to birth alerts in newfoundland and labrador though. The numbers are unclear but before the practice ended this week community members there say they have seen a sharp decline in alerts in the past two years to action. Germain banou in is the executive director of the new round table secretariat in organization that works to provide support services before child welfare gets involved. Despite the decline banou and says fear of the practice has lingered just a couple of weeks ago. She got a late night call from someone at the hospital. Who lady due to giving birth and making somebody be with me. I'm afraid that the trouble be becoming. And i probably won't. But if they do give me a call. I can be there in ten minutes because of this balloon is glad to see birth alerts formerly end in newfoundland and labrador. The province is one of the last in canada to discontinue the practice after twenty nineteen report from the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls called it racist and discriminatory but the policy remains on the books in new brunswick and nova scotia where advocates are hoping to use this week's momentum to end the alerts hearing those social we're not for filling obligation that we have towards conciliation. Martha painter a nurse. An advocate for ending the policy in nova scotia.

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"bagram  " Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Recent reports say that care isn't adequate especially at shelters like fort. Bliss kids mostly from central. America told child welfare advocates. There served spoiled. Food trash is piling up and that the lights are kept on twenty four seven. There's also little access to mental health services. Fewer kids are in custody though. They're being reunited faster with relatives in the us and those still in custody are being moved to licensed shelters. Us officials are now closing several of the emergency shelters and so we are trying to see which facility the emergency and take sites we continue to be mobilized and still provide the care that we will be the government will keep fort bliss open now. It can house up to ten thousand kids beds. The government wants on hand but critics worry that relying on mega shelters like fort. Bliss risk bringing back those dangerous conditions for children. Let's work together to really revamp the system from start to finish so that we don't have to go back to this kind of triaging ad hoc moment that we found ourselves since the near the start of this year. Wendy young leads kids in needs of defense a nonprofit in dc. She was also concerned when the government sought volunteers from agencies like the social security administration and nassau to work at the shelters for stent people not trained to work with kids especially kids. Who don't speak english or are dealing with trauma we are calling for the deployment of child welfare experts at the border from the moment that children arrived to get that processing started from day. One other advocates would like the biden administration to take a wider. Look at the question of unaccompanied. Minors gladys molina runs the young center for immigrant. Children's rights in phoenix a comprehensive. Look at how they can stay out of. Government care allow shaves with an adult caregiver to present at the border and lease them as soon as possible after being processed by border control because many migrant children don't head to the us border alone. They travel with an adult a grandmother an older cousin they become unaccompanied one separated by. Us officials from that relative at the border since that adult isn't a parent or guardian. Molina doesn't think this should happen but not everyone agrees the us should keep the door open to unaccompanied children at all. Pete hermansen is a long time now retired border patrol agent. He lives near knoxville tennessee. Were to patrol agents often encounter unaccompanied children. I i think that we put the border patrol and we've put our immigration services in a position where they're stressed where they're not resource properly and we're not handling the situation properly. He believes the. Us should work more with mexico to return migrant children back to their home countries but for now the us is working to keep places like fort bliss in texas as an option and allow children arriving alone to the us to stay for the world. I'm monica campbell. A popular activist who fought corruption in ghana was killed this week. Ibrahim muhammed better known as kaka used social media to help launch a hashtag fix the country. Now a mob attack on monday young activists who protested his death were then shot at by police to more people. Were killed here to talk with us about this. Social movement and the events this week in ghana is journalists. Ridwan kareem dini osman. He joins us from the capital accra. It's first of all one. Who was the man who was killed. And what is movement was all about. Well fix the country now activists mohammed hopefully known as calcutta like you've already mentioned was attacked by weyrich any home on sunday as a juror. A farming community in the ashanti regional. Salving gone out now. Unconfirmed reports say the forty five year old was killed because of his rounds on social media which were believed to have made the government's on opium now caucus lee revealed that the deceased had received threats over his facebook tirade before the deadly attack. And it's a little confusing this mob. That showed up at his house. I've read that the police may have been involved or perhaps he's were citizens. Sent by the police. Have there been any arrests made in his death. And is there any further information on who this mob was. We have very little information. I think that police have been giving enough public information about i mean in terms of the profiling they have done on these suspects but we know that they have arrested three suspects on. If i speak to you now the i in colts are we are monitoring closely what the outcome of. Today's proceeding will be. But we know that the ebeen charged in connection with the incidents so regardless of who made up this mom that attacked kaka and ultimately led to his death caucus neighborhood. I gather went out to protest. Afterwards and now the news of his death has reverberated all over ghana. What kind of support does kaka and his movement actually have across the country now. Urine his burial on tuesday in Phase got bloody when a joint police and military team confronted rates. A youth school had taken to the streets to demand justice now the joint security falls shot and killed two suspects and less about four others critically. Injured eco-fee thea is one of the protesters. I ultra rushton insane. I went there and so had to follow up to the hospital. And lo and behold to date about six or eight or nine people also injured. ridwan. I'm kind of confused because ghana has enjoyed a really positive reputation in recent years for such a model nation. Should we be surprised that there is a movement called. Fix the country now in ghana. I mean what started that. Well in the lead to twenty twenty elections in ghana. The president's gave some release particularly on water on electricity's because of their general economic cash emanating from the coolant nineteen endemic however twenty twenty one as so many taxes were reimposed including on. What the end elecricity. Now this led to another. As many gideon's continue to struggle financially a many resulted to social media to express the frustration and that gave birth to the face of a country now movements and what happened in a drought. So what happens now in this kind of fraught week to the fix the country now movement. Where does it go from here but movement had been bought by the police from protesting because of colored elia. Now this was clenching courts the movements wander right to don't straits body. We're told they must wet with police. As so far however face the country now have yet to declare whether it will carry out so the ministrations time possibly will tell reporter ridwan kareem diaz mon- across the gone capital. Thank you very much. We'll be right back. Your with the world. I'm marco werman. It's the world. It has been a tough week for canada. Heat and wildfires nearly two hundred more unmarked graves of indigenous children discovered a former residential school and this ongoing issue canada's indigenous communities want birth alerts to stop. That's when a newborn can be taken from apparent without consent. The practice is meant to protect babies but advocates argue it. Disproportionately affects indigenous communities as the world's bianca hillier reports most canadian provinces are listening newfoundland and labrador is the most recent example colonial races and we recognize that john. Abbott minister of children seniors and social development said this week the province will no longer issue birth alerts.

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"bagram  " Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Marco werman you're with the world. It's good to have you with us on a friday. The bug from air base in afghanistan. It's been one of the most visible symbols of the us military presence there just north of kabul in the town of bog rom. It was once the largest us military base in afghanistan today after almost twenty years. The last remaining american troops left by. Gram the rules. You're jafari has been covering this news closely. What do we know about this withdrawal sharon. Now we know that. American troops live in the early hours of morning afghanistan time. Us army infantryman closed the airfield and there was no report of any sort of ceremony or any lowering of the flag or anything like that that typically comes with events like these. The troops basically packed up and left quietly in the dark. Just to give you a bit of background about the base. Markle background has been the main center of operation for the us military in afghanistan for the past twenty years. It's a huge base and it was built in the nineteen fifties by the soviets. They use the when they were in afghanistan for about ten years between nine hundred seventy nine and nine hundred eighty nine and then in two thousand one the us a nato forces took over the base and it grew at one point. There were about ten thousand troops stationed at the pace and there are two runways for aircrafts hospitals restaurants dental clinics james. You name it. I should also point out that. There is a prison at bagram which has been described as afghanistan's guantanamo the. Us held prisoners there up until two thousand fourteen. When it handed over the facility to the afghans and over the years there have been numerous allegations of torture and abuse at this detention center. Over the years. Sharon tens of thousands of us troops. Pass through background as you said during deployments to afghanistan the veterans who were deployed there. What are they telling you today. Today i spoke with david carry on. He was a marine corps pilot in afghanistan in two thousand twelve and twenty thirteen. This is what he remembers of. Background was a little bit of military and a lot of Comfort david said he met a lot of people from different countries service members who were serving at the base in afghanistan the members of the coalition partners and i asked him what was his favorite thing to do their turkish coffee. He just wanted the coffee he really loved getting turkish coffee at the base and then i asked him how his feeling today when he heard the news that i- mccann forces have left program very disappointed. I think we need to stick with it. I think we need to honor the sacrifices that Many of us have made going there and especially those that Shed blood there. David says the. Us is leaving afghanistan at a vulnerable time. The taliban has been making advances. He says there is no political settlement yet. And so that leaves the door open for chaos. Right i mean it's something we've reported on the show. It's a concern. Many experts have how is the taliban responding to the us. Leaving the baghram airbase. I misses the taliban spokesman zabihullah moudjahid and he said the group has no immediate plan to take over background airbase but that afghans will make decisions about that later. That's what he said. I also heard from another taliban spokesman sohail shaheen. This is what he said in a voice message we will come the american forces leaving the mean. He had a base up but rahm. We hope all the foreign soldier american soldier pull out from our country. Soon marco dis as you know has been a request of taliban for very long time. They have been asking for for troops to leave afghanistan and now they have their wish. The issue though is that they have not engaged in peace talks with the current afghan government. So it's really unclear what will happen next. So troops have left the baghram airbase. Are there any. Us troops left in afghanistan nashrin. It's important to point out that even a lot of american and coalition forces have left there are going to be some troops left for example the us has said that it will keep about six hundred and fifty troops in country to protect its embassy. In kabul there are also ongoing discussions between the us and various other countries including turkey to keep some military personnel at the kabul airport to make sure that it remains open and it remains operational the wilshire and jafari speaking with us about the us departure from the bagram airbase afghanistan afghanistan. Sharon thank you for your reporting. You'll look marco so far this year thousands of migrant children have arrived alone at the us mexico border but the number of children in us custody has dropped from a high of twenty two thousand this spring to about fourteen thousand now. More children are being placed in homes outside of government custody. That's led to some emergency shelters shutting down as the world's immigration editor monica campbell reports many are welcoming the shift and say further changes overdue earlier. This year the government quickly set up about a dozen emergency shelters to take in unaccompanied migrant children. The biggest shelter is at fort bliss. An army base in el paso texas at one point were than forty four hundred. Children were there in giant white tents ages. Thirteen to seventeen cramped in rows of cots. Heavier peseta is the secretary of health and human services which oversees the care of migrant children. He spoke with reporters this week. While they're in our care we understand that we have a job to do and a legal obligation to make sure they are safe and healthy..

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"bagram  " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Since for some 20 years. Bagram air Base not far from the capital, Kabul, was a symbol of America's military strength in Afghanistan. At the peak of the U. S led war in the country. Thousands of foreign troops were stationed there. Bustling city grew around the airbase. All foreign troops leaving Bagram is a significant milestone in the end of international military operations in Afghanistan as foreign militaries leave. Violence in the country is worse than BBC correspondent Your General LeMay in Kabul, also at town hall. Com. America's employers added 850,000 jobs in June. The report from the Labor Department, the latest sign the reopening of the economy is propelling a powerful rebound from the pandemic recession. Officials in Surfside, Florida are concerned about Hurricane Elsa as rescue efforts continue after the condo collapse also might reach Florida as a tropical storm by Tuesday. Meanwhile, the death toll is resident of 20 people. Travelers could be getting refunds if their checked baggage is delayed. Transportation Department official says A proposal will be made within days that will require airlines to refund fees on checked baggage. If the bags are not delivered to passengers quickly enough under this proposal that would be within 12 hours of the passengers, US flight touching down Or within 25 hours after an international flight. Current regulations require refunds only if bags are lost Last year, more than 100,000 consumers complained to the government about airline service with refunds being the biggest ripe my camp in Washington stocks remain higher than Elop 143 points.

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"bagram  " Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The U. S military has left Bagram airfield in Afghanistan. The Epicenter of the war to oust the Taliban and hunt down the Al Qaeda operatives of the 9 11 attacks. The Associated Press reporting. The airfield was handed over to the Afghan national security and defence force in its entirety. The withdrawal from Bagram is the clearest indication yet that the last of the 2500 and 3500 US troops have Left Afghanistan or are nearing departure months ahead of the president's promise that they would be gone by September. 11th. Now at its peak around 2012, Bagram, saw more than 100,000. U. S troops pass through it. And the U. S will have about 650 troops in Afghanistan to protect its sprawling embassy in the capital after U. S troops leave. Meanwhile, the Afghan government's already resurrected militias with a history of brutal violence to assist the Afghan security forces. General Austin Miller this week warned that continued violence risks civil war in Afghanistan that should have the entire world concerned. Here at home. Florida officials are working on plans to tear down what's left of the partially collapsed oceanfront condominium building this after concerns about the structures. Instability prompted a 15 hour halt to search for survivors. After rescue efforts resumed Thursday. Officials said they had started planning for the likely demolition of the remaining structure, even as researchers continue to comb through the rubble. Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett, who met with President Biden Earlier on Thursday, he discussed what he and the president talked about, as well as the plans to bring down the building. I thank the president.

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"bagram  " Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on AP News

"Too early. Versus the concerns about continuing to push it to high risk rescue mode. I'm Julie Walker, the National Weather Service is warning the brutal heat in parts of the West will continue for the next few days. Seattle hit 108 degrees yesterday. Meteorologists are blaming what they call a dome of high pressure over the Northwest. Made worse, they say by human caused climate change. Two people were killed in three injured in a natural gas pipeline explosion in Texas. It happened at an at most energy facility and Collin County near farmers felt that's about 35 miles northeast of Dallas. Authorities say. This appears to be an accident. The last remaining U. S. Soldiers will leave Bagram airbase in Afghanistan In the next few days. Bagram was a symbol of the U. S effort to avenge the 9 11 attacks. This is a P news Germany is seeing some extreme weather are Charles de la Dismas overseas with this thunderstorms hit Germany late on Monday, and torrential rains pulled down on the southern and western parts of the country. Meeting to dozens of accidents and hundreds of firefighter operations throughout the night. In stood guard parts of the roof and several statues of the city's historic opera house were thrown to the ground by the winds altogether. Rescue teams were called in more than 330 times since it got with regional train services also interrupted for hours. Across much of the affected region fell trees have had to be cut and removed by far fighters. I'm Charles de la Decima. Police in Greece have recovered two paintings by Picasso and Mondrian nearly 10 years after they were stolen. From a big art gallery in Athens. No details I'm Rita Foley. AP News Ministers of the G 20.

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"bagram  " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"bagram " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Benefits and a $600 direct payment. Too many Americans. Here's a B C's Marci Gonzalez. Every Republican Senator Josh Holy, tried and failed to get that direct payment amount raised to the $1200 given to Americans back in March. With these Americans asked for Is not For government. To solve all their problems. It's not for government to give them a hand out. It's a chance to get back on their feet. Holly is aligned with Democrats who would prefer another multi trillion dollar rescue package. Republicans continue to want less. Holly and Democratic Senator Joe Manchin have been pushing for direct payment shag of $1200 well progressives, including Senator Bernie Sanders. They're pushing for an even higher amount. Too many Americans. Thea FDA has granted emergency approval to a second covert 19 vaccination developed by Cambridge based Moderna both drugs, including one developed by Fizer, and it's germane part of bio in tech gaining approval in less than a year. But Dr Anthony Fauci says Americans can trust how vaccines are being approved. Dr Fauci says an independent group of experts came together and closely reviewed all the data and made the determination we had clinical trials and thanks to the volunteers in that trial. Intense of thousands who have put themselves on the line to prove to the country in the world that these are safe and effective products. Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo will end a three week pause of that state's recovery plans on Monday, she says a move help slow the spread of cove in bars, gyms, casinos and theaters were closed during the pause, while restaurants had a further limit indoor dining. Meanwhile, Rhode Island is one of more than a dozen states told to expect fewer doses of Vaccine next week. State officials say they have not received an explanation from the federal government but are working to ensure the reduction does not significantly delay immunizations. It appears a cyber attack in the U. S. Government agencies and private companies may have gone undetected far longer than first reported the intrusion allegedly by Russian hackers. Could have caused grave risk to government and private networks, compromising federal agencies and critical infrastructure. ABC News Chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas reports on what authorities are now worried about. So I'm calling it the cyber warfare equivalent of Pearl Harbor, fearing it is perhaps the biggest attack on American infrastructure. Ever. Authorities suspect the potential Russian hack when undetected for six months, they're suspected of spying on emails and the communications of top government officials. And there's fear that the Russians might actually be able to control or manipulate some computer networks in that attack. That's ongoing. The hack was discovered by the cyber security company Fireeye, which was also among the victims of this intrusion. It's 10 49, Afghan and NATO officials say Several rockets have been fired at the U. Space Bagram airfield in northern Iraq. A government spokeswoman says the five rockets were among 12 loaded onto a vehicle. The other seven were defused. Just in time. There were no injuries reported and so far no claims of responsibility. Members of the newest branch of the U. S military have been given a name right out of a popular movie franchise. Members of the space force will now be called Guardians. Vice President Mike Pence, making that announcement during ceremonies of the White House marking the one year anniversary of Space Force, and since that historic moment, the United States space force has only grown stronger by the day. That means that America has grown more secure by the day. Mike Pence's announcement receiving quick response on social media. With many references to the superhero movie series. Guardians of the Galaxy, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are doing what they can to protect their son, Archie. From unsolicited photos. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have settled a claim against in European media outlet. It stipulates that any unlawful, invasive and intrusive paparazzi behavior will not be tolerated. The royal couple filed a claim back in March after unsolicited photos of the Duchess and her 19 month old son were taken at a Canadian park in January. Imagine being buried under a mountain of snow trapped in your car for hours with no one around to help. You will happen to a guy named Kevin, who is very during this week's massive snowstorm in the town of O ego in the western New York state. Hear CBS's Katie Jones with more on the story for Kevin's car broke down. Kevin made multiple attempts to call 911 on Lee to have spotty service and dropped calls. And while dispatchers knew Kevin was stuck, they didn't know where exactly he Woz. I shall third so windy. I'm gonna rescind. I waited it out. Trudging through the snow. Sergeant Jason Kali spent hours searching for the missing man. Just a massive amount of snow that we had digging up mailboxes to figure out where Kevin was. He stumbled across something unusual when I finally punched the window of his car in the snow. I think I was shocked about the sex. Even a half sharing at it thinking that can't possibly.

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"bagram  " Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"bagram " Discussed on AP News

"A powerful suicide bombing has targeted under construction medical facility near Bagram air base the main American base north of the Afghan capital with 6 Afghans reportedly wounded the minute she says the attacker struck the facility this being billed to help the Afghan people who live in the area spokesman colonel sunny let it sit in a subsequent statement the some armed attackers remain inside the medical facility and that while still ongoing situations isolated to the the clinic building he added the backup at feel itself is not in danger of the several homes outside the sprawling base what destroyed and the large mosque in the area badly damaged the Taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack I'm Charles with as much

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"bagram  " Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bagram " Discussed on AP News

"Their camera to photograph a Q. R. code to open a donation form this thanksgiving day president trump traveled to Afghanistan to be at Bagram air field I've heard so much about it's an incredible place this is some so may feel some fortress there are about twelve thousand US troops in Afghanistan trip also spoke about the possibility of peace the Taliban wants to make a deal we'll see if they want to make it there's got to be a real deal but we'll see the president first went to the dining hall at Bagram worry serve food to the troops and when it came to him actually getting a taste of the food I had some of the mashed potatoes and I had a bite of mashed potatoes and I never got to the Turkey because General Motors and come on over here let's take some pictures the trip comes after president trump abruptly broke off peace talks with the Taliban in September following violence included a bombing in Kabul that killed twelve people including a US soldier for adults and three children are dead in the crash of a U. S. register playing yesterday near Kingston Ontario Canada transportation safety board inspector Ken Webster there were reports of reading where there on route however at this time we don't know to what effect this had with the accent Webster says the plane was trying to land at the local airport when it went down more than fifty thousand people remain under evacuation order this thanksgiving in southeast Texas as a petrol chemical plant continues to burn Jefferson County judge Jeff Braddock and this from KTRK says it's better to let the pant burn the face a chance of additional explosion we don't want to put these high pressure gas fired out we want to burn out the first explosion hit the plant early yesterday morning it shattered windows in homes and buildings for miles around a second blast hit a little more than twelve hours later firefighters have not been able to fully assess the day extent of damage to the plant three workers were injured in that first explosion this is a P. news North Korea says the latest test firing of what it calls its super large multiple rocket launcher completes a combat review of the weapon likely meeting the north plans to mass produce and deploy the new system soon major online retailers vowed to make it twenty four hour deliveries over the holidays even with the chances of winter weather Amazon Walmart and other sellers of made the one day delivery promise and expensive bow requiring extra buying research.

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"bagram  " Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"bagram " Discussed on Eating For Free

"All the info is there. Leave is a review on I tunes is actually huge benefit to us. That is very helpful. You girls are obviously tagging us and a lot of things in DM. Ing us and commenting our post and giving info keep a coming as you guys have any boots on the ground or anything that you know, even remotely related to show that is like insider, info forbidden t just critiques comments questions. You can Email us at in for free podcasts at mill dot com has been lovely on that check us out later this week college emission scandal. Deep dive it is necessary. It will happen everything with us. I was reading so much about it. And I was like the girls aren't talking about. Why this is so fucking fascinating, whites hocutt. Yeah. If the wrong angle all around I just really need to bring out the electric bench. I. Just let me just say that I. I'm still holding out that this was an elaborate con artist framing, Felicity Huffman, but Bagram lifetime I'll live in I- desperate housewives delusions for a little bit longer. But you see someone post that mean from desperate housewives where Felicity have missed character getting bribed. And she goes are you bribing me, and then the guy goes dome pretend you're about that. From our house. Life. There is an episode from full house to we'll get into it. We'll get into it. One harmonize. Yeah. Guess we should do one two three good. Wow. That was a softer side of the good by maybe the first time and the last time will ever be so nice. Fuck you, what do I think of? I don't think of her. Yes. Jerry.

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