35 Burst results for "CIA"

Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 4 d ago

Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

"Ilhan, we've talked about the danger of a landlocked Ukraine. Let's talk about our actions to date. I've said $40 billion worth of aid doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of cash to Kyiv, especially when it has line items for $7 billion for the State Department and undisclosed amount of money for the CIA. That doesn't look like a to Kyiv, having spoken to cramming knowledge with people who've worked in the Ukraine, what they need is what is zelensky's calling for, which is weapons, which is weaponry, ammunition, wheeled vehicles to move their troops and also training of their reserves in safe locales like the Baltics and Poland. Will you give us your assessment of the west on blocks response to this war in the last three months? Right. Well, I mean, there's a lot there to unpack. But listen, I think generally I'm positive on the western response. I do have some of the same misgivings as you, which is because our politics I may say charitably have become intolerably stupid. Not ours. America's not ours, America's politics. D.C.'s. There is this false equation that if you somehow question the line items in the $40 billion that you are not your put inside. Putin side or you're somehow not supportive enough of Ukraine. But the more nuanced argument is, I firmly believe sunlight is the best disinfectant. I want to see what's sort of what is allocated, whether it's actually going to be useful to Ukraine. And accountability. Absolutely. But can I just flip on that? That's stupid politics. There's also the flip side of that, that if you're pro as we are supporting what I see is Ukraine 1776. Suddenly you're an interventionist neocon. That's

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Outraged by Lack of Funding for Baby Formula

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Marjorie Taylor Greene Outraged by Lack of Funding for Baby Formula

"So listen to what Marjorie Taylor Greene said on the floor of Congress this week regarding the aid that the Biden administration wants the American taxpayer to fork over to Ukraine and she puts it in context with the baby formula crisis we're facing. Listen to this. Thank you. A rise in opposition to the Ukrainian supplemental Bill, $40 billion, but there's no baby formula for American mothers and babies. An unknown amount of money to the CIA in the Ukraine supplemental Bill, but there's no formula for American babies and mothers. $54 million in COVID spending in Ukraine. But there's no formula for American babies and mothers. $900 million for nonprofits and organizations in Ukraine. But there's no formula for American babies and mothers. $8.7 billion for economic support and funding in Ukraine, but there's no formula for American mothers in babies.

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Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

"Now there's a double whammy here because in the beginning, it would be big enough challenge for legacy national security architectures like the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, to suddenly switch targets and say, okay, it's not the Soviet Union, but we have to deal with cultural marxists who are American in America trying to undermine America. That would be hard enough because that's like trying to get a, you know, an ocean liner to become a catamaran. But then there's the double difficulty when these institutions are captured by those self same neo Marxist next gen leftists, clearly, or at least when people like Mark milley or Christopher at the FBI parrot, the verbiage for people. Correct. And this is going to sound almost too personal, but I mean, so I'm going to say it anyway. There are two stupid to know the difference. They are so intellectually unpack that. That's really important. That's really important. And you have to know enough to be able to ask the question. And so when you choke down wholesale, the garbage put out by the 1619 Project. That white rage in America is founded on racism. And so the starting point is, yes, that's the starting point. Matt, well, what are you talking about? What does the foundation for what you're let me unwind your argument and really prove or disprove? And when you have Howard zinn of all people and his history book is probably the de facto go to history book in three quarters of the country's high school. The people's history, the Marxist lensed people's history of America. So that's your starting point. And you've brainwashed these people into believing, oh, I'll give you another great example. This is very superficial, but it's impactful. Since when are Republicans read that a vest is a bugbear for me. So let's unpack that. If you go back to Reagan's landslide victory and you look at all the news reporting, you show that they show the entire country blue, except for Wisconsin. I think it's Wisconsin. Yeah. Which is red because mondale wins his home state. But the red is always the color of the left. Every country of the globe.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Describes the $40B Ukraine Aid Bill

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Describes the $40B Ukraine Aid Bill

"Guys, I'm really delighted to welcome to the podcast, the one and only Marjorie Taylor Greene. Hey, it's great to see you again. It was so wonderful to see you at Mar-a-Lago for the movie premiere and I hope you had a great time. I did. It was so nice to see you and Debbie and you and your entire team dinesh. You guys did an amazing job with the movie 2000 mules. I was blown away when I watched it a truly, truly exposed the voter fraud that happened with absentee ballots and all the trafficking and the mules in the 2020 election. So thank you so much for all your hard work on that and true the vote. And I really hope everyone watches that movie. Well, we're certainly going to try to make that happen. Let's pivot to what's going on in the world today. There's a huge appropriation of money. Was it 40 of what was the amount? Billion. 40 billion. $40 billion for Ukraine at a time when the country is going through all kinds of issues. You emphatically voted no. Talk a little bit about what was the mood in the GOP about this because it seems like a fair number of Republicans voted. Yes. Talk about the impact of what's going on there. Well, I think this exposes more of the problems than the Republican Party. They still haven't figured out who they need to be. And the Republican Party needs to be America first. And that showed you that vote yesterday showed you that we still have Republicans in our conference that are just ingrained in the ways of Washington where they will just vote defense send money to more to fund more wars or regime change, really money laundering through nonprofits and NGOs in Ukraine. Now, of course, we're all upset for the Ukrainian people. We're upset for any people in any country that are suffering, but this is America last, $40 billion sent to Ukraine, funding all kinds of things we should not be funding. Like the CIA, there's an undescribed amount of funds and Bill that goes to the CIA. It also funds allowing anyone that habitually lived in Ukraine. But that doesn't give you a good description of what that means so that basically could be someone that travels goes into Ukraine, maybe doesn't even stay there that long claims they live there. And then they leave and go into Poland. And guess what? They get a free ticket to America and the taxpayers are paying for

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Many of the Deep State Crooks Are Back

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

Many of the Deep State Crooks Are Back

"Many of the same deep state crooks that were behind the Russia collusion hoax. That were that came out to certify that the Hunter Biden laptop was, quote, Russian disinformation. I mean, these shameless liars are now back. And what are they about to do? They're back to sign a joint letter, very similar to the letter that they signed in the Hunter Biden case. This time calling for social media to protect censorship. To keep censorship. And not to open itself up to a wider parameter of permissible viewpoints. And they're claiming that this is necessary to guarantee the national security. It's a complete fraud. But let's look at who some of these thugs are. Well, sure enough, James clapper, big surprise. Former Obama CIA director Michael morrell, former Obama CIA Pentagon chief Leon Panetta. But you got a few new names too. Form a bush natural security adviser, Fran Townsend. And these guys come out with their usual, well, they start off with this rather grandiose pronouncement quote, this is a pivotal moment in the modern history. There's a battle brewing between authoritarianism and democracy. Well, first of all, that is actually true. But not in the way they mean. There's a battle brewing between authoritarianism and democracy and they represent authoritarianism. And that's what they're trying to enforce on social media. They are the voices for authoritarianism, but posing as the voices of democracy. So there are the emissaries of the very evil that they describe here. And the pretext for censorship now is Ukraine. You're like, Ukraine. How does a debate over Ukraine threaten our existential our national security? It doesn't. It's obvious it doesn't, but these guys have sort of gotten themselves tied themselves into a knot, in which basically the defense of Ukraine is nothing more than the defense of the west, which is nothing more than the defense of America. Therefore, to be critical of anything happening in the Ukraine is basically to show yourself to be a traitor to show yourself to be a danger to national security. I mean, the leaps of logic, the chains that are woven here are really pretty remarkable.

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Nina Jankowicz' Analysis of 'Colour Revolution'

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last month

Nina Jankowicz' Analysis of 'Colour Revolution'

"Cut 5 go First of all color revolutions have nothing to do with race The term was coined in the early 2000s when countries like the republic of Georgia and Ukraine had spontaneous peaceful democratic revolutions that had colorful nicknames In 2003 the Georgian opposition protested the opening of a new session of parliament based on fraudulent election results They did it while carrying roses hence the rose revolution In 2004 and 2005 Ukrainians protested their own rigged election Candidate Victor Yushchenko's campaign branding was orange hence the orange revolution You get the idea Color revolutions have earned bad rap though mostly thanks to Vladimir Putin because they brought in democratically minded governments that threatened Russian influence in the region Putin likes to suggest they are CIA organized That is not true Believe it or not sometimes people get fed up with having their voices silenced for decades Putin's narratives intentionally rob protesters of agency They discount the grievances that brought them to the streets risking their lives and ultimately they undermine the resulting governments and now we're seeing the same narrative cropping up here in the United States Here's why it doesn't fit First of all in case we've forgotten protest is a democratic right you are entitled to it Second of all color revolutions happen in autocracies When people are fed up with the indignities of an entrenched regime while we have witnessed some democratic backsliding here in the United States we are not an autocracy We still have checks and balances We still enjoy democratic rights Certainly we are not Georgia in 2003 Ukraine in 2004 or Belarus today

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Jesse Watters: Dems Need a New Way to Stifle Freedom & Take Control

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Jesse Watters: Dems Need a New Way to Stifle Freedom & Take Control

"Of all Twitter silence the New York Post for the bombshell report on the Biden laptop from hell. You know, the laptop that's now been verified by The New York Times in The Washington Post. You weren't allowed to share, read that report before the election. You know, that was dangerous, misinformation, probably from Russia. You remember all the CIA spooks told us that? It aired all the Biden family dirty laundry if Donald Trump Jr. did it. Slice of that stuff, it would have been toast. Twitter didn't want you to know about the Chinese diamond that they bribed the big guys sun with or the 10%. They were holding for the big guy. They didn't want that information spreading. So with one push of a button poof, millions of Americans, voters never saw it. And Joe just cruises into The White House. Some would say installed. Now that power is gone and the left is going to do anything they can to get it back. You think they're going down without a fight? There's already been a bunch of liberals saying they're going to boycott Twitter. Who cares? They're not going anywhere. It's just like the people who said they'd moved to Canada when Trump was elected. Instead, they'll spend the next few years smearing the guy trying to make change for the better. Expect to see more coordinated attacks against Musk. He's the new Trump. He's the new Putin probably. He's going to be in their crosshairs now more than ever. With two big elections coming up, Democrats need a new way to stifle freedom. And take control.

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What Is the Poisition of a Trump Supporter on Russia & Ukraine?

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

What Is the Poisition of a Trump Supporter on Russia & Ukraine?

"So what is the position of a Trump supporter when it comes to Russia and Ukraine I said a Trump supporter not a Rand Paul supporter Not a J D Vance supporter A Trump supporter General Keith Kellogg who you've known you've seen him on life liberty and Levin and other programs And Fred flights Fred flights who served in the National Security Council under president Trump former CIA solid as a rock They penned a piece that is they wrote a piece and they said the following As former Trump administration national security officials who deeply believe in an America first approach to U.S. national security policy we've been on television almost every day discussing Russian president Vladimir Putin's brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine You can see how distinct this is From Rand Paul and JD Vance we have stated with urgency that the U.S. must support Ukraine with all the weaponry it needs to defend itself against Russia's completely unjustifiable invasion We have saluted the bold and heroic leadership of Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky We have also repeatedly denounced Moscow's criticism of the zelensky as well as Putin's nonsensical claim that Russia invaded to fight Nazis Some have recently misrepresented the American first movement concerning the war in Ukraine and Putin For example in a Sunday Wall Street Journal op-ed Jeffrey Scott Shapiro alleged that the movement has taken a dangerous turn Claiming lead American firsters are parroting the Kremlin's narrative on the war in Ukraine And mistaken Putin for a strong nationalist leader like president Donald J Trump This is pure nonsense

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How Truly Treasonous Are John Brennan's Comments? Kash Patel Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | Last month

How Truly Treasonous Are John Brennan's Comments? Kash Patel Explains

"How truly treasonous is John Brennan sound by? Yeah, well, actually, that's a great point. No one's ever put it quite like that. What it does is it eviscerates 250, 75 years of the American experiment. Right. That's why we are different from the world. We can come here from all over the world and all the American and say, okay, no matter what happens, we have a democratic process, a president that's elected and a chain of command that can not be broken. And once you leave government service, you don't then turn around and go ahead and politically attack with cheap shots and fake rhetoric of the current commander in chief. And if you're the rest of the world looking in after Trump comes in and you have cabinet level secretaries, former directors of the CIA coming in and saying the president of the United States is treasonous. With no actual information, no fax is reported. Just to extend a political narrative, it's no surprise that the rest of the world looks at us and says, well, we can't take you guys seriously anymore. So we had eviscerates not a Republican or democratic policy or institution or government. It crushes American national security because we were at the top and said now look where we are. I mean, I don't even think our president currently receives phone calls from any of the world leaders anymore. When we talk Ukraine, China, Russia, the border,

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Who Is 'Putin's Playbook' Author Rebekah Koffler?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Who Is 'Putin's Playbook' Author Rebekah Koffler?

"Let's talk to our very special America first, one on one guest in studio Rebecca coughler. Welcome back. Thank you very much. Such a pleasure to be here with you and your America first American patriots. Thank you kindly with so glad to have you here because you have a new book that you have written the forward to. It is, where's my main camera? It is zelensky, the first major profile of Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky, the unlikely Ukrainian hero who defied Putin and united the world written by Andrew urban and Chris McLeod and with your forward before we jump into the book which full disclosure is from my publishers the great regret and I didn't even know about it, but I'm glad it has appeared today being launched today. For those who missed your prior appearances on the show, walk us through your credentials, your work with the CIA, the DIA, and your expertise on Russia. Just give us a summary of your bio Rebecca. Sure. I served as a cine intelligence officer for Russian doctrine and strategy in the defense intelligence agency, which is the military counterpart to CIA. We provide support to our war fighters. And consequently, also to our commander in chief, who is in charge of our armed forces, I also worked with the central intelligence agencies national contestant service on the Russian target. So anything from Putin, his mindset, his goals. The national clandestine service, that's the renaming of the DO, the director of operations. So these aren't just the analysts, these are the actual offices who are doing operations overseas. 100% true. And I was proud to serve with these episodes that the most dedicated the most fearless and they are the ones who don't politicize intelligence that just want to do the mission and protect American people from foreign threats.

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The Success of Turning Point USA Event at CU Boulder

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | Last month

The Success of Turning Point USA Event at CU Boulder

"All you need to do and all that is necessary for conservatives to win in certain areas is that younger voters and younger young left wing activists have a little bit of a loss of enthusiasm, all of the models change. If their brand becomes polluted with a negative emotion, conservatives win. And young people no longer believe that Democrats help change anything. They look at them as machine politicians or corporate types, and they also see that the policies just put simply are not working. They control everything. They control the FBI and they control the CIA they control Google, they control Facebook, they control the federal government and young people, they look at that. They say, that's kind of like the man. I don't want to support that. That's the very same person that I thought that we're supposed to be fighting. But was so incredible was the response and the enthusiasm. From students at Boulder, that are conservative. Many of whom had said to some of our staff members and some of our turning point, you'll say chapter leaders that they would never feel comfortable being an outspoken conservative on campus. But this event gave them an opportunity to go finally know that they were not alone. There's something generationally significant happening here. And I don't want to try to get your hopes up too much. I'm not saying that every young person is going to become a conservative overnight or this generation is going to be predominantly conservative immediately. What I am saying though is that the trend of students and Gen Z being nothing but reliably left wing, that's being put in serious jeopardy.

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It May Take Generations to Undo the Left's Distruction

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:42 sec | Last month

It May Take Generations to Undo the Left's Distruction

"The left has truly a decimated every institution, FBI, CIA, State Department, Christianity, Judaism, you name it. And it's been not to mention the schools. It's really just a force of destruction on the left. It builds nothing. The corruption of the FBI is actually so deep. That you wonder if it can actually be undone. Within a generation. It may take generations.

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Intel Officials Who Signed Laptop Letter Are Back in Government

The Dan Bongino Show

00:57 sec | Last month

Intel Officials Who Signed Laptop Letter Are Back in Government

"By the way remember those Intel officials who signed that letter saying that the laptop was Russian information Yeah good to know a couple of them are working back in the government again Tell me again the swamps and swaps aren't real It is You got this loser David Buckley a former CIA inspector general who signed the infamous laptop letter abused his title taxpayer position he had in the past to put out a letter indicating that the laptop they knew at the time was real could be Russian disinformation Oh he's back He is back He's on the January 6th committee Oh I'm sure he's definitely non biased there Here's another one Jeremy bash another signator of the infamous Russian disinformation laptop letter Yeah he's on the Afghanistan war commission He's an MSNBC security analyst Dude pierce Perfect

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:24 min | Last month

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:22 min | Last month

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same

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Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:45 min | Last month

Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?

"Before we get into these amazing stories, Mike span, David Tyson, John walker lind, who is Toby Honda. Tell us about what you did in the British armed forces and your life as a journalist before you became an author. Yes, well, you know, we share a somewhat similar accent as listeners and viewers will detect. You still got yours. Our minds kind of rubbing off a little bit, but I don't know. I'm worried. I'm worried about mind getting a little bit Americanized. But I trust yeah, you're a bit soggy in the middle of the Atlantic somewhere. Yeah, I mean the ace. So yeah, I'm 56 years old, I was born in 66. My father was in the navy. We moved around, we sort of ended up in Manchester, industrial city in the northwest. You don't have a mancunian accent. I think the Royal Navy actually did for the mancunian accent, which was pretty skin deep anyway. But you know, I sort of, you know, I wanted to follow in my father's footstep, I guess there's so many sort of young men do. And I also wanted to get out of Manchester and see the world and it just seemed like a very kind of insular sort of small sort of place. And so all that teenage angst was just channeled towards working hard to get out. And so I got a sponsorship from the I joined the navy at 18. Went to Dartmouth, which is the Britannia royal naval college, kind of the equivalent of the U.S. naval academy at Annapolis, but not really because it's more basic officers training. It's like santas is shorter. Yeah, that's right. I mean, I was there for less than a year. And I threw the navy I got a sponsorship to Oxford to study modern history, so I went off whilst serving naval officer, although I barely wore the uniform for those years apart from a few months sailing around sort of Hong Kong and the far east and Australia. So I had some good times. Yes, exactly. So I was serving naval officer for three years at college and then graduated from college and was pitched in to a career. Which I enjoyed immensely, but you know, it was after the Falklands War, which was 1982, I was joining and supplying to join just sort of join the Falklands actually, age 16. But I missed that. I was stationed in Scotland for the Gulf War, tried very hard to get involved. They managed to that's a long way away from Iraq. I know. They managed to win it without meeting my services. And I remember my boss at the time said, listen to, we don't worry about it. There's going to be plenty of time for medals. And I remember thinking, no, there won't. And of course I left after ten years of service without a single

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'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden on the Early War on Terror

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:33 min | Last month

'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden on the Early War on Terror

"Him. He is toe behind and he's the author of a book called first casualty the untold story of the CIA mission to avenge 9 11. Toby, welcome to one on one. Thanks very much to the best in great to be with you. So we could you have kind of reinvented yourself in the last year or since this book came out. I see this very, very nicely curated posts on Instagram elsewhere with these iconic photographs from the battle zones from the mountains of Afghanistan, where you're taking a snippet of this incredible story and illustrating an individual and event. Let me start with the big picture. So I came to this issue of the gwa as a guy who done can a terrorism stuff. I was in the reserves in the British territorial army, then worked at the Rand corporation on Al-Qaeda issues. And then I looked at this question of insurgency and counter insurgency foreign internal defenses brack calls it. And I was convinced of the following. For all the weaknesses of the last 21 years, what America, with a very select number of allies and locals did, in the October of 2001, was absolutely incredible. In terms of small footprint, special operators paramilitaries with a tiny investment of manpower, creating a strategic effect, should be a case study of how it's done. And I think your book shares that analysis. I think in a way it is that case study, I agree with you absolutely. I mean, this is a period in time when we had hundreds of Americans on the ground. We're a handful. Yes. Not the 100,000 we had a decade later. And they were CIA paramilitaries, CIA case officers, green berets, U.S. Air Force combat controllers, and they were working by with and through. Which is the phrase. If you're not familiar, this is the, you know, the green berets, the in theater, irregular warfare, by with and through is how you look at the locals. That's right. By with them through the indigenous allies, and the indigenous allies were the northern alliance in the north a few pashtuns in the south, who were the resistance to the foreign invaders. The Americans weren't foreign invaders. My sort of contention really is that there wasn't an American invasion of Afghanistan until

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CIA director tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

CIA director tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms

"Another another person person who who has has been been around around president president Biden Biden in in recent recent weeks weeks has has tested tested positive positive for for a a covert covert nineteen nineteen this this high high needs needs CIA CIA chief chief bill bill burns burns the the agency agency says says burns burns has has mild mild symptoms symptoms sandy sandy is is working working from from home home he he was was last last with with the the president president yesterday yesterday and and what what the the C. C. I. I. A. A. calls calls the the socially socially distance distance meeting meeting noting noting burns burns was was wearing wearing an an N. N. ninety ninety five five mask mask and and per per CDC CDC standards standards is is not not considered considered a a close close contact contact press press secretary secretary Jen Jen Psaki Psaki her her top top deputy deputy and and Ireland's Ireland's prime prime minister minister are are among among the the others others who who have have tested tested positive positive in in past past weeks weeks shortly shortly after after seeing seeing the the president president who who himself himself is is not not known known to to have have tested tested positive positive since since the the pandemic pandemic started started Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani at at the the White White House House

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"cia" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Bro History

"Be a lot worse. Most likely definitely. It would approve. Come on i mean the the israelis one in an outlet. They wanted like minutes. That war was like a. It wasn't a six day. War was there was a war. It was a six minute war. They want as soon as eight destroyed. The they started the soon as as soon as the war began our talking about another on So this is a little later on in one thousand nine hundred seventy so this is has to do with Crypto g which was talking about before so in the seventy s. The american central intelligence agency obviously cap. We partnered up with The bullishness knocked rish teens. The biondi which is the german The west german intelligence agency. And you know we. We secretly purchased a swiss coating machine manufacturer. And they're called crew The boot wounded not rishton danced. The booth did not kristen dean boone. Deaths not rishton inst- of. I'm not gonna try not to attempt it again. It's a really long word yet. The number one word by the way criticism that i get on this podcast is like do suck pronounce things anyway. But i'll just call them the bnd. The bnd's fine right To they're like the german the west western. Cia and they bought this. They bought cryptology. And like i said. There were a swiss Coating machine manufacturers so they made coating machines and You know they were one of the biggest companies in this particular space you know in this market and They they were m their customers governments and militaries and things like that and and basically what what this purchase did was gave the. Us in the west german intelligence agencies a lot of access to a huge amounts of classified information and it had an impact on a lot of significant events during the cold war so and to highlight this in some people that were customers of crypto ag Were over sixty countries worldwide Some of them included e- argentina. Egypt greece india ily iran libya All we're using their their systems and the cia was basically able to put in a back door that allowed them to get intel from those countries through these machines which is crazy and so there were In there's one article i was reading it in in warwick the they were talking about a bunch of different events that were affected by the information that was gathered through crypto g including things like the suez canal crisis The camp david peace accords the iranian hostage crisis and the berlin disco take bombings. Apparently they got until on all of them And how it's kinda hard to tell the full impact of of the intel that they got On these events. But i think it's easy to imagine that it that it helped a little bit to know some secret information about the ship that was going on during those very major events But again i don't wanna make the pal. Steve have assuming that it would have been worse if we didn't know Because that's kind of impossible to tell but it's also important to note here in this is kind of interesting The the germans took a leading role in this operation..

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"cia" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Bro History

"Going to actually going to bring up the question that got asked When we went to we went to scott horton's Debate against bill kristol which he did incredibly well on and the topic was about whether or not we should have intervened In you know the many foreign wars in the middle east that we've had anyway towards the end during the qna session. Somebody came up slack. Oh let's say. The australian government is like eh dina. Oppressive authoritarian dictatorship. And like would. Would you be in favor of like going. And helping out the australians It's kind of like that question that popped up and it was actually kind of funny one to be honest. Everybody's laughing about it. Because i think chris crystal is like how. Dare you call australian authoritarian. Now i know. But i think the crowd was like mostly libertarians. And and like kind of upset about the lockdowns in Australia because they've been pretty pretty strong on on on that front so the question was a little bit loaded and for the audience in my opinion but it was just funny to see like bill. Kristol does rive at the question so he squirmed in a seat. How dare you call strahl ian authoritarian and then our friends are are are are patriots supporter of because we up to patriot. Supporters from australia was like in our inter-arab slack chat like. I resent that saying australia hotel. -tarian it's a thorn -tarian But all right let's go back to this etc. I'm losing my train of thought. So the theory of so in theory. The cia does not get engage and any type of covert activity without the approval of the president and then the oversight of congress but the reality is there's practically no oversight over what the cia does right so for example one thousand nine hundred sixty two out of five hundred fifty projects. Only eighty six of them have been approved or reapproved by the president. And the reason why is because presidents don't wanna put their signature on certain operations and congress rather not know what's going on so this is what we call plausible deniability Conflicts of nations great segue conflicts of nations. All right video games. What what else gamers. So conflicts of nations the free online. Vp strategy game. A game where you.

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"cia" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Bro History

"Nineteen sixty one. He was a senior partner of sullivan and cromwell along with his brother. John dulles and john ends up serving his eisenhower's secretary of state. Now sullivan and cromwell is one of the most powerful law firms in the entire world. So they're very very powerful wall street law firm In a know their clients were major corporations Along with banks so during world war. Till if wanna go through allen dolls is history. He was an operative of the assess and he acted pretty much as how a future. Cia case officer would by building a portfolio of assets from war refugees and Wa talking to disaffected germans and disinfected soldiers and you know just building kind of like internal resentment. He was based out of switzerland. Man this kind of brings us to the question. Now what does the cia dill like is. What is the purpose of the cia. What what is there Were they allowed to do So the national security act. And i have this upright here. The national security act. It gave the cia the task of advising the president. And i'm gonna quote right from it on matters. Concerning such intelligence activities of the government departments and agencies as relate to national security it also gave it the power to perform such other functions and duties related to intelligence affecting the national security as the national security council. May time from time to time direct. So what rod is pretty broadly word. Yeah exactly this is intentionally very broadly worded. So this gives legal authority to the cia to engage in covert operations and covert operations is actually in the national security all is not in the actual national security act but according to the nfc ten to so this is the national security council directive on office a special projects covert operations is very clearly defined so Covert operations are understood to be all activities which are conducted or sponsored by this government against hostile foreign states or groups in in support of friendly foreign states or groped which are so planned and executed that any us government responsibility for them is not evident to unauthorized persons and that if uncovered the us government.

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"cia" Discussed on How To! With Charles Duhigg

How To! With Charles Duhigg

02:09 min | 9 months ago

"cia" Discussed on How To! With Charles Duhigg

"Know one of the things that i've had to learn to do is like let it go. Sorry if you're a parent who still has the song. Let it go ringing in your ears. But here's our first rule and you knew this was coming. Pick your battles which is honestly something ryan would try to tell me for years when we were first together because i was coming in as a step mom to three kids without having not had kids of my own and i remember the time. Just telling him like they're not respecting me. Yes it's a principle. It's not the doughnut. You know right. But i have had to learn kind of over the years which things are worth the battle and especially and i wonder if simone is like this to like i've noticed the gdp. It's almost like she likes getting a rise out of me for some things that she does. You know she sees that as attention. Even if it's negative attention you know. I do work ally in. Its crossed my mind. You know maybe. If i give her more attention more direct one on one attention or just dote on her like that would help. Yeah and one of the things we try to do and it's really hard. We each try to have our own separate one on one time with the kids because it makes such a huge difference and so we try to find connections and one of these concepts. We talk about in our book. That's really important in our home is idea of you. Same same and that's something that the cia uses when they're meeting targets and developing them. And you know wanting to recruit them for espionage. They're trying to build common ground with them. Build a connection in a bond based on common interests. And that's a skill that we teach our kids you know to do with others but we also do it with our kids you know. We can bond with them over something. They're really interested in or we can try something new with them. So you know it's can be a game. Changer is having that connection. Really you know with without the other siblings around where you can really get to know each other more because you know you know you know your kids and they know you but it's that quality one on one time that really. I think makes all the difference way you know and because they can be different one-on-one when.

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"cia" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"In the late nineteen eighties. The cia added a new headquarters building to their complex in langley virginia to celebrate the planners wanted to place an art installation between the old headquarters and the new one after a long search for the perfect artist. They awarded a two hundred fifty thousand dollar commission to a sculpture named jim. Sanborn sanborn was known for creating puzzling interactive art. Many of his previous sculptures involved cosmic images compasses and hidden meanings. He saw the cia's commission as an opportunity to explore another interest of his cryptography. Cryptography is the art of making and breaking codes. Sanborn wanted his sculpture to contain a series of secret messages and he wanted the coach to be incredibly difficult to crack so he contacted edwards shite. The head of the cia cryptography department. Sanborn goal was to make a code so tough that challenged even the most seasoned members of the cia. He met with shy in secret. And the cryptology expert taught him how to create ciphers a method of hiding a message by replacing or shuffling around its letters with sheds help sanborn wrote an encrypted four messages. Then he started work on the sculpture itself. The artwork began with a large copper sheet. Sanborn saw about eighteen hundred capital letters into the metal interspersed with the occasional question mark. It looked like an unsolved crossword puzzle. Well sanborn carved these odd patterns others at the cia. Compound tried to spy on the artist. Word of the sculpture had spread among employees and their interest was piqued

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"cia" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen qatar decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird. According to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine. He was beyond excited to be involved in the cis current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the. us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete with the kremlin then. America had to toughen up so dulles decided to ramp up. Project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen khader decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird according to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine he was beyond excited to be involved in the cia. As current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete with the kremlin then. America had to toughen up so dulles decided to ramp up. Project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Secret Societies

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen khader decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird according to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine he was beyond excited to be involved in the cia. As current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete with the kremlin then. America had to toughen up so dulles decided to ramp up. Project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on Cults

Cults

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Cults

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen khader decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird according to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine he was beyond excited to be involved in the cia. As current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete with the kremlin then. America had to toughen up so dulles decided to ramp up. Project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Dictators

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen qatar decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird. According to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine he was beyond excited to be involved in the as current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the. us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete with the kremlin then. America had to toughen up so dulles decided to ramp up. Project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen khader decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird according to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine he was beyond excited to be involved in the cia. As current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete. With the kremlin then america had to toughen up so dulles decide to ramp up project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even a reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen qatar decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird. According to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine he was beyond excited to be involved in the as current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the. us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete with the kremlin then. America had to toughen up so dulles decided to ramp up. Project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even a reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"cia" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Ultimately green had the general public's best interest in mind his report included an excerpt claiming. I am convinced that it is possible. By means of the techniques of psycho chemical warfare to conquer an enemy without the wholesale killing of his people and the mass destruction of his property from their green's proposal was passed up the chain. Everyone that read. It was intrigued by the possibility and it made it all the way to president truman. He quickly approved it like everyone else. He saw potential in this program and its goals and as for those goals who loosened some tongues break the typical barriers of human perception and manipulate the enemies into giving up their most clandestine information. So in nineteen fifty. The cia was ordered to work alongside the chemists of the special operations division at fort dietrich maryland well special ops had the ability to synthesize drugs. They didn't have the authority to test them. This was where the cia came in. This joint program came to be known as mk. Naomi and had a wide scope but for the cia. The biggest concern was cracking the secrets to mind control. And in april of nineteen fifty. The director of the cia roscoe hillen qatar decided it was time to up their game hill and qatar created a project referred to as project bluebird. According to stephen kinzer book poisoner in chief. The operation was inspired by their main objective. Getting their prisoners to sing like a bird. Their primary focus was to study a variety of interrogation techniques. Mind controlling drugs. Were just one part then in october of nineteen fifty a new director of the cia. General walter bedell. Smith took over. He appointed a former spy by the name of allen dulles to be his deputy director of plans and placed him at the helm of project bluebird dulles who had spent world war two stationed in switzerland mad and became an admirers of fame. Psychiatrist carl young threw his research on young does became obsessed with ways to manipulate the psyche. So as you can imagine he was beyond excited to be involved in the cia. As current mind control program dulles fascination was perpetuated by his idea that the us was falling behind in the race against the soviets. If they were to compete with the kremlin then. America had to toughen up so dulles decided to ramp up. Project bluebird even further just outside the city of over ouzo germany. The united states army was housing. A small interrogation site known as camp king. The base was still home to dozens of nazis in german war prisoners. Which meant it was fully stocked with test subjects. They could abuse in the name of science. The only problem was even camp. King wasn't secret enough for the cia to run these special interogations as they began calling them so they set up a facility just outside of camp king where they could transport the prisoner quietly for experimentation. The facility became a safe haven that maintain the secrecy of the us army but to the prisoners it was a death sentence. Prisoners from camp king would be injected with depressants that had hypnotic effects at the same time. Operatives would issue them potent stimulants. These drugs would attack their lungs and nervous system resulting in seizures and loss of breath when the prisoners were at their weakest. The cia would begin testing. They're variety of techniques hypnosis electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation but they weren't just trying to break these prisoners of war down they were also trying to alter personalities turn unwilling subjects into willing agents. If they could do this they might be able to get the captives to hand over scientific formulas in plans. However the cia's overeagerness was a problem. Their objectives were far too broad into ambitious to produce the results. They wanted they needed to concentrate on one particular area of study dulles saw that the project needed to focus change their approach. Currently the operation was lacking someone with a scientific background who understood the scope of these objectives. Someone that would help them realize whether these ambitions were even reality but dulles insisted that this person needed to come from outside of the cia. There wasn't anyone who fit the bill. That was already in house. They needed a chemist and antagonised someone who was willing to break boundaries and take risks for the good of his nation. They had to find a civilian. Who is willing to ruin people's lives. Thanks for tuning in follow conspiracy theories cia addition to finish this episode and hear more new episodes air weekly every thursday. Listen free only on spotify..

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"cia" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"cia" Discussed on Fresh Air

"War correspondent scott anderson. He has a new book about the early years of the cia from the end of world. War two through the mid nineteen fifties when the agency was a key instrument of policy in the cold war with soviet union. Anderson's book is the quiet americans. Historians hate to be asked to play what if but let's just do this for a second You know you look at when stalin dies. When was that about nineteen fifty-three right. I'm yes to power. He talks about peaceful coexistence. At one point. I think he says you know if you guys reforming nato mutual defense maybe we should joined nato right You know he does once. The the hungarian rebellion occurs. There's a moment where he seems to relent. And say okay. You can have the reformist. Prime minister apple soviet troops out of the country will have sort of a commonwealth read this soviet client states and throughout all of these steps the. Us policymakers led by secretary of state. John foster dulles have no interest in courting a friendship with the soviet union or encouraging. Some of these steps had they taken a different approach. Would history be different. I think it would be. I think it would be radically different. I often think that that. I think you hit on the knows that that moment in this y y. My book ends with hungarian revolution. Because i think that was the absolute key moment. When this cold war could have started to end right there so pulled bureau at khrushchev's insistence on october thirty first nineteen fifty-six decided they were pulling out of hungary and as you said that they were going to change the relationship of all the eastern european countries With the soviet union to being this loose confederation the next day november first nineteen fifty six over the course of that night khrushchev had a complete change of heart and he goes back to the next day and says look if the americans were going to do anything they would have done it by now and if we lose hungary we're going to lose all the others this is. This is going to become a cascade. So on that day khrushchev and the up bureau completely changed course and they ordered the tanks back into into hungary and of course. This was after three years of there being a number of by the soviets towards the west for a rapprochement and being rebuffed every time. And what you see. After hungary is the khrushchev. Who really had been very much. A reformer for the previous three years he was the one who led the destabilization policy he becomes more and more of a hard liner to the point that he precipitates october missile crisis in nineteen sixty two but that was absolutely a one of those great historical. What if moments if if the american played differently With hungary the cia was of course active in other parts of the world. I mean not..

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"cia" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"cia" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Today got anderson has written a book about the early years of the cia. When america was victorious in world war two and former soldiers were improvising campaign of spying and covert operations to contain an undermine. The nation's new adversary the soviet union. It was a time. Andersen writes when americans wielded great moral in the world and nation. Struggling to throw off. Colonial rule looked the us as a beacon of freedom and democracy. Anderson concludes that the cia rigid commitment to anti communism and willingness to topple democratically elected governments squandered the goodwill held in the developing world and led to a disastrous war. In vietnam. anderson tells the story through the lives of four young men who played important roles in the cia in his book. The quiet americans. I interviewed him last year when the book was published. It's just come out in paperback. We'll scott anderson welcome back to fresh air and thank you dave. Thanks for having me on. You lived abroad a lot as a kid. Including longtime in taiwan where you kind of grew up on the edges of the cold war. You know you're right that your father who worked for the us government Eventually became disillusioned with the policy approaches of the government and and took an early retirement. You went on to become a journalism. You were a war correspondent in a lot of conflicts on and you tell the story of a moment in central america that kind of your own reckoning with the us commitment to anti-communism and its affect you want to share that with us sure. It was in one thousand nine hundred four. I was an aspiring journalist. At that point. I had gone down to El salvador and one thousand nine hundred. Four the so-called dirty war el salvador's was really starting to wind down a bit and perhaps over the over the previous four years. Something like sixty thousand people died in this war and the vast majority of them killed by not in combat but by right wing death squads that were part of the government you know it was a leftist insurgency against the right wing government right. Yeah that's right. And a right wing. Government being supported by the reagan administration but by nineteen eighty-four the reagan administration's whole whole attitude was well. The the war is winding down. You know the squads are are not nearly as access to the as they once were and they're they're really not part of the government so it was this fiction had been had been going on for quite some time and so this one day i was in san salvador. The capital of el and i was walking along a downtown street and a van. Pass me pulled a stop. Maybe i don't know hundred feet ahead of me And out came a body of a dead woman. Her thumbs retied in front of her And just the body was just tossed out on the street. And as i was the only person on the street and contentedly walked towards this woman you know clearly knew is dead even before i got to a matter of maybe ten seconds after the first vantage pulled away a.

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"cia" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again

Making Podcasts Great Again

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"cia" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again

"We've seen I've seen him in Maryland, but he's a very busy guy and I actually, he does the job. I'm like some of these radical left Governor's. He's, he's actually doing the job. Smart guy. Talented. Trump supporter. And he stayed up and he wants to stay up. And he's he's declared this Friday raw dog. Friday, night in Florida. It's way. It's called raw, dog Friday, night yesterday, I study. It's a very know. He has said, there will be fines and prison for anybody who is a condom. So, so you're telling me Florida has outlawed condoms. They are so pro-freedom. They are so pro-freedom. And so I totally anti the CDC condoms and now illegal in Florida, as of Friday Night Raw Dog Friday night. That's amazing. I wanted to talk to you about. Did you see this new ad for the CIA? She is Latina. She is Chubby. She has kids, she has mental health problems. She likes it in the air, she's everything. She's pan non-binary true. Sexual with, you know, a case of Govich she's everything. It's one of the worst ads I've ever seen. Do you think we should play it for our listeners in case they have not heard it yet? I how you doing, the tech stuff guy. Have that technology, I do have it right now. I can play it for our listeners owe on your phone. I thought you were going to do it for like could I could I could I don't have it upload, you know, you know, I I want to you don't get a point for it but I'm not going to take a point away but okay. People should you want me to play for them plays? Okay. And that was a strike. A string players, by the way, when I 17, I quoted Zora Neale hurston's.

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"cia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"cia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With the CIA and now president of bass is under a lot of pressure to the to dissolve the Palestinian authority which a lot of the Palestinians and the militant groups into it we didn't know what Gaza and the west bank say it has failed to achieve the aspirations of the Palestinian people and if that happens then that the Israeli government would be left with the complex and very expensive task of having to provide basic services to millions of Palestinians living in those Compton though said yes the thought about protests in Iraq because it's taken a heavy toll of the country the oil infrastructure has thus far been spared now a new prime minister who's been chosen by the president could he be the kind of catalyst to get the country out of this right that's what you would hope for but so far the response is that to his designation has been a very yeah on will coming so far protesters believe that he's somebody who's been chosen by a chosen by the blocks and therefore he's unacceptable to them and he's being greeted with a lot of demonstrations and that I got on the streets and he has a lot of issues to have to see a deal with from economic can problems facing the country he has to revive growth and he has to provide jobs on top of this he has to stand his company is through the very phony politics of the Middle East as we know Iraq has become the theater for a lot of the complex and the tensions between the US and Iran what we saw that killing of custom today many in Baghdad Eddie simply put the entire region on edge especially Iraq do you think he can calm the people on the streets that's the whole so far there are some people on his side yeah looked at a southerner and his people have said been out on his side so far and a lot of process testers are worried that if they continued fighting his appointment they might actually split the movement and antagonize yeah look at the subject to on the street then well then thank you very much for running us through some of the ins and outs about stories in a put down there the Bloomberg team here and to buy all right so plenty more to come on the program this is Bloomberg Bloomberg business of sports podcast should Major League Baseball short where the money is flowing inside sports if you're going to games are going to cut revenue from union has to team owners no we Williams speak to.

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