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Rep. Michael Waltz: Our Money Is Funding the Threat of Communist China

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Rep. Michael Waltz: Our Money Is Funding the Threat of Communist China

"America needs a wake-up call An American people need to wake up to the fact and just a couple of data points The Chinese navy is now larger than the United States Navy More ships and newer ships They are launching more into space than the rest of the world combined including the United States They're on track to have a separate space station and a manned station on the moon Within the next decade that will all be militarized and prepared to attack the United States And just don't take it from us mark or even from me listen to president Z speeches where he has openly talking about replacing the United States as a global leader replacing capitalism and democracy with their form of socialism and communism as a superior system And they just launched a hypersonic weapon that is a first strike nuclear weapon that we can't defend against but the thing that has me so damn mad is they're doing it with our money It's our money that is funding their military build up their debt diplomacy their belt and road initiative or they're taking up power grids and ports and airports all over the world And between Wall Street between Hollywood between the sports industry our trade deficit which president Trump knew and got on top of it is historians are going to look back and say the American people and the American tax dollars funded their greatest adversaries So my call to action to so many is if you see made in China put it down I've reached out to my financial adviser and told them to divest I get us out of investing into the Chinese economy But we have a long way to

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"chinese navy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now we do have more clouds tomorrow, but we should stay dry than sunny and warmer for the end of the week. We leave local live from the KO Phi 24 hour news room on Jennifer Jones. Lee. What have we got here? Comedian, you little scum back. I got your name. I got your ass and good morning, Bill Handel. Morning Crew Tuesday morning, February 2nd. Reasonably good news on the covert front numbers of hospitalizations are is dropping pretty dramatically. Number of deaths went up in the United States. Not dramatically but not as bad as it has been, but still numbers are up. And right now the Dow was up 600 points, which I don't understand, but who the hell understands the market other than if you bought game stop that has just gone into the toilet. Brian suits is with us, Brian at dark, Secret Place he served Saturdays. 8 11 PM with dark secret Place and Sundays. 8 to 10 P.m. super hyper local Sunday and Brian Let's talk about Joe Biden's first foray into diplomacy and dealing with foreign relations. And that is the coup in Me and mom are also known as Burma or Burma, also known as Myanmar s O. What's going on? Because a lot I've been reading about this. The coup doesn't make a whole lot of sense to begin with, Does it Well, not unless you're the Chinese Navy. Okay, explain. Um China just took over Burma or Elaine. We colored me and Marnell as Aziz. Mr. What's his name, said on Seinfeld. Um, one year ago. There's a picture of she shaking hands with the now internally deposed On global prize winning on unsung sushi, the Moral Compass of Myanmar and the quote state councilor. That's what she was today. She's being detained. Anyone who dissented against the Myanmar army, including filmmakers and artists are are detained. Um Hmm. China. This time last year, she was shaking hands with partisan she because she had just signed the rock pools Special economic Zone deal. Also, the China Loves acronyms, the scenic build the scenic the China Man, more economic quarter for people, I guess. Let me begin to the beginning. People don't know this Burma. Myanmar shares many hundreds of miles of border with China and At the other side of Burma. It has the Indian Ocean in front of it, and the Chinese want the Indian Ocean. And so, uh, a year ago they signed the deal, and they've been constructing a deep ocean port. On the Indian Ocean Coast line of Myanmar, Burma for a couple of years. It's to accommodate their aircraft carriers. That's all it is. China. China now has Indian Ocean access. They have Pacific access, obviously, and have for thousands of years because they discovered North America, but now they can choke. About 80 by about 70% of the world's oil consumption if they choose to, and the Japanese this morning are assuming that that's why the Chinese did this because by the way, the Chinese provided all of the Social media intelligence said the Burmese army needed to shut down. They shut down the Internet. They shut down 80 EMS. They did all this and then quietly arrested everybody and the average man Mar Burmese reaction is Yeah, they do this, and they've been in charge for for years and years. Years. It Let me throw something at you because I was reading a story about I'm sorry. Ouch. Ouch! What? What? You throw something at me? I'm done. Got it. Oh, God, I'm so clever. Thank you Got that one right on my head. Two things. One is I was looking into this and reading about it. And the coup that took place by the military doesn't change as much because the military still owns everything. Uh, And so it's just You know why other than a bunch of old guys that just want to stay in power and do exactly what they did before, and a Zafar is on. You know, on Sun Ki. Uh, she went to Nobel prizes the great peacemaker, but she's fine with the behind gig rowing being wiped out in a genocidal move. Oh, and by the way, the Chinese are the ones who handed the Myanmar army the playbook on that, they said. Here's what we felt if you round them up and put him in a concentration camp, so make iPhones for for wealthy foreigners and the Burmese man, Marmee said. We just want him out. And the Chinese said you know, we do, too. But you know you in By the way real quickly. Shin wa the official Chinese government news source, Within one minute today had 22 stories about me and Mark I only read you the headland. By the way. All you need to know about the coup in Burma. Myanmar is in these two headlines. Um, headline number one. Major Cabinet reshuffle announced in Myanmar one minute later, literally. One minute later, they released China hubs, All sides and man market appropriately handled differences. It's It's now a Chinese vassal state. This is this is China's Canada. Um, And this is all part of the so called belt and road initiative that China has has been doing for over 10 years the their first foreign military bases in Djibouti. On the Horn of Africa. Literally at this is just wacky coincidence. Literally. They bulldozed over the site has a private military contractor. I work in Djibouti and we built a counter piracy. Shoot house training Center for the gym. Bhushan Coast Guard the Chinese bulldozed What? What? You and the State Department paid my the company. I work for $30 million to build. The Chinese bulldoze it and built their very first in in 6000 years there first Overseas military base on the Horn of Africa. This is going to be their second. They cannot be bothered anymore by this distracting moral compass called Dong Sung sushi. She's a Hillary magnet Michelle Obama magnet. She's annoying. Let's make Burma great again is what China said. And by the way That they have already pre built the railroad from China to the Indian Ocean. So all right, take a break coming back, and we'll do a little bit of Russian news on Navalny and what's going on in Russia, and he is not. He's not cow telling at all. He was in court screaming at the authorities. So talk a little bit about that. And this is a real threat on Putin. KF. I am 6 40 your chance to win. $1000 all right. Jennifer Visors forecasting about $15 Billion in revenue from the cove in 19 Vaccines in 2021..

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China Poised To Expand Control Over Hong Kong

Hugh Hewitt

01:11 min | 2 years ago

China Poised To Expand Control Over Hong Kong

"China's forceful takeover of Hong Kong appears to have begun and threats against Taiwan arising that's the message this week of the national people's Congress in Beijing moved to pass an onerous new security law for Hong Kong and the Chinese navy plans are practiced in imperious assault on an island controlled by Taiwan under the Sino British joint declaration China promised Hong Kong legal autonomy and the preservation of basic liberties including freedom of speech press and assembly yeah Beijing is now seeking to bypass the Hong Kong Legislative Council imposed the national security law unilaterally this rule by diktat means that by the end of what it means the end of one country two systems arrangement that Beijing promised for fifty years after nineteen ninety seven enforcement of the national security legislation would raise the legal lines between Hong Kong and the mainland by our deadline China's Communist Party legislature had released a draft of the bill but rest assured the purpose is to silence and punish dissent to prevent a repeat of last year's mass protest in Hong Kong for months Beijing is falsely accused protesters of seeking independence from the mainland and acting on behalf of a foreign black

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"chinese navy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Are crashing through the South China Sea right now is I think we talked about my own beloved USS berry the first sip I commanded are you Burke destroyer did a great job out there a couple weeks ago they didn't relieve constipation we are not going to simply turn over the South China Sea which is this enormous body of water inside to the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea combined we are not gonna let China just take that over as territorial seas that's what they want and that's what also national security okay advisor Brian is referring to that's another tool in our tool kit yes we push back on China in the context of this Hong Kong activity American defense forces going to London times said that simulated conflicts with China has the U. S. losing almost any war in the Pacific and they go into detail about it China has long range anti ship ballistic missiles they have hypersonic more than five times the speed of sound missiles and they believe when they war gamed this out that we would lose to China in for US hypersonic weapons of use the key to taking out China's political capability which is developing them now when you war gamed out and talk to your guys in your women they do this stuff for are we losing every war to China now and a couple things to bear in mind about this first of all you can you could look at weapons systems in their ranges and their speeds but there's always going to be an aspect to work here dad is the ingenuity of the commander of the way in which you employ these courses ethos of a given unit it's not just simple correlation of forces matching up a versus B. ranger that speed of that so a I think there's a lot of trade space again how you evaluate these kind of engagements and be a lot of this Brian when its war games it is the U. S. Pacific Fleet fighting the Chinese navy here's a news flash for China ships can go anywhere and we can swing the entire U. S. navy into the South China Sea we have to we can do our air forces out of Europe it ended December we get bring massive overbearing force so China could score some hits and I think they would but they would be very foolish to think that that they could engage tactically sink a carrier.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Said the seventh marine. So there anyway that's that's him. I'll keep you updated. The this is all centered around the navy seals special operations chief petty officer Edward Gallagher and the judge might dismissal charges because of what, what in the civilian side what you would call prosecutorial misconduct in that the, the prosecutors put this, this is how public radio TV down there. KTBS wrote a military prosecutor says efforts to track emails to lawyers defending navy seal war. Crimes may have intruded on attorney client privilege, but isn't severe enough to throw out the case. The judge the judge seated at the court martial did not rule yesterday on motions defense attorneys entered motions to dismiss the charges remove prosecutors from the case defense, lawyers say prosecutors engaged in this conduct by planting tracking code in Email sent to them. Them and journalists, they were looking for who's leaking details of the case, they may have crossed the line there. So we'll, we'll stand by the Shangri LA dialogues in Singapore. Which which continue as, as I say, the Chinese minister of defense about two hours ago said he compared present Gijon Peng to ABRAHAM LINCOLN and Taiwan to the confederacy and the, the, the metaphor that they're going for here is they're trying to make the case that, hey, America. What if you guys won the civil war, but fifty years later, Florida was still run by the confederates. That's basically where we're at with Taiwan. That's, that's what the Chinese has said, no. Pugilist is away one journalist described speech, and the Chinese lately, have been extremely sensitive about foreign navies transiting the Taiwan Strait, which we do willy nilly, its international waters. The Chinese are claiming territorial waters claiming that any transiting between China and Taiwan is a hostile act, and that's the reason last week, remember telling you that it was the seventy fifth anniversary of the Chinese navy, and because of French navy frigate when plowing through the time on straight Chinese disinvited it and said, thanks, but no, thanks, we, we won't miss you, Sean to miss you at the parade. So the Chinese are stepping up the rhetoric in regards to Taiwan and the unless look in the worst case scenario, what does the environment right now? If the Chinese in a sudden lightning operation invaded Taiwan. Though it would be ugly. The Taiwanese are extraordinarily dependent on immediate US support immediate US assistance with Aaron evil forces. Can you absolutely positively raise your right? Hand and say, absolutely promise that this president would do the right thing on behalf or would he take a phone call from his personal friend, G John pong, who would say, I'm just reunifying the country, you know, you had your civil war. Well, imagine if the confederates still ran Florida K this is the same thing. Imagine if you couldn't go to mar-a-lago, which, by the way, I love the oysters out and have me back the Chinese literally doing that calculation right now. And they're undoubtedly, not from the back of the room. But from the front of the room there elements in the Chinese military sing. There's literally never been a more favorable environment, even though we're in this tariff for the whole point of this tariff wars. Stop having the tariff war, we can now use the invasion of Taiwan. As leverage would the Americans oppose us, if we invaded Taiwan reunified the country. I don't know what the answer. I don't know what their answer is I know that it's the American policy to come to the defense of Taiwan in, in such a eventuality or or scenario. But would this president commit American forces to defend Taiwan? And for the Chinese their question is can we do this in two days? Could we get there? Could we hide the concentration of forces? Could we get there take Taiwan to take Taipei international airport fly in thousands of troops without losing the plane? So the Taiwan Strait do it at night. Are we prepared to fight the Americans? And if the answers are, yes, yes, yes, yes. All the way and this issues on your back burner than in than believe me in China. This is a front burner issue. This, this is a big big deal. And there are loud loud forces Chinese military saying, what is the point of all the spending? We don't reunify. Nevermind nevermind building navy base in Djibouti. Why are we just going one hundred miles to the east and just retaking? Taiwan reunifying the country. What's the point of all this stuff? So they're very loud, voices talking to prison Gijon pong. And as like. Say you heard the minister defense two hours ago and Singapore. He said, hey, you guys, you know, other countries have gone through this, and in the United States civil war, we did to Gijon pong ABRAHAM LINCOLN wants to reunify the country, and they're the confederates Taiwan, the confederates right back in just a second also released today. The Indo Pacific strategy report and also the reports that Kim Jong UN anyone who shook Trump's hand in the past six months, who is not Kim Jong UN has apparently is feeding the rats tonight in North Korea, including the guy who physically brought that gigantic letter to the Oval Office coming up. It is the dark secret place. Bryan suits here on KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. Michael should pay with the news fairly thirty five men and women have been detained several rested. They were swept up in the radio business near the corner of on avenue in Beverly boulevard. In Korea town.

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The pride of the PLA

Correspondents Report

06:11 min | 3 years ago

The pride of the PLA

"That's not every day you get to go on a Chinese warship, but for China. Correspondent Bill Birtles the rare opportunity came up during a naval fleet. Review off the port city of ching Tao, and, despite terrible, weather, and heavy handed media management. He says it was a day out like no other. Several kilometers out to sea of China's east coast, watching the pride of the Palay nineties flight go by, at close range from my vantage point on a training ship. Chidi Guang, China's first aircraft carrier. The Liaoning is just one hundred meters away, and yet I can barely see it. It's almost completely lost in the heavy fog and constant rain. The reason I was on a Chinese navy, ship in the middle of a massive international fleet review was because of diplomacy. This actually wasn't my first time on a Chinese warship my very first assignment for the IB see and China was to cover joint drills between the astride Sean's and Chinese off the coast of Guangdong province back ban. I managed to get on a Chinese ship in the port, but this time was different. We were. Being taken out to witness more than thirty Chinese submarines destroyers and the carrier go by president Xi Jinping was on Jason ship observing the review that they were also seventeen foreign ships, including HMO Melvin, which is why we were invited. Astrid was in good company. The Japanese South Koreans Vietnamese and Indians were among the nations that sent ships like Astrid area, all of them had their differences with China yet, this was a goodwill parade. The city of ching, Dow was in lockdown for the event, I asked one tourist retiree if he was excited about watching the naval parade from the shore, he told me he was disappointed that police had blocked all the roads to ching Dow's Haba. So we couldn't walk down and see all the ships himself. He wasn't happy about it. But as I was. Talking to him a couple came over and corrected him sighing the heavy handed security misses a normal and other countries do the same. They were Cain to assure me. It wasn't security. Overkill, Justin necessary safety measure. Of course. If the strategy indefens- falls gathered more than fifty ships in sight. Sydney Haba for a parade and then blocked all the access to the harvest side. I suspect people would not be too happy, but this is China and extreme security is the norm here. So then it was time for what when Cam for the fleet review with my cameraman Steve Young. We convened at the hotel with other invited journalists and began the first of many security checks. All our equipment was meticulously sqauad. We were. Then boss to the port where we went through to lots of airports styles security to get onto the ship. It took ages. But once on board, we will take into a lodge, dining room where we were served a box lunch vacuum packed bheith assaulted Koenig, some cake, and fruit. And then now ship again. Chugging out to see all this was fairly smooth, but there was one very obvious problem. We've come to ching now to get amazing shots of dozens of warships lined up fighter jets in formation flying above us. The might of China's rapidly growing navy on full display and yet the weather was atrocious. Thick fog and constant rain meant we could barely see more than one hundred meters in front of us when it was time for the parade to begin. We couldn't see more than one ship at a time Justice, the Ryan new intensified further, the announcing declared the Liaoning aircraft carrier was going by this was the mine event after all, and yet everyone on day was staring into the grave wondering where the heck it was. West for us is the moment when the astride Ian ships, sail by Steve long couldn't see HMAS Melvin even with the maximum zoom on his camera, you couldn't take a worse style for Nival fleet review and with it over, we scrambled to a pace to camera on dick. This is awesome flexing a celebration. I tonight Melvin from Friday or is here. I thought my summarize something senior Chinese official had said at a function, the night before that the parade, according to China wasn't about muscle flexing. And yet, one of my military minders listening in took umbrage at that as the ship chopped back to poor. He warned us that we must delete that he's the camera or risk access to the navy in future. Such threads and not uncommon in China. But it seemed to me it was a bit light to be threatening us given that all the filming was done in the story pretty much finished the pace the cameras stayed in our report as Dido all ou- shots of the warships lost in the fog. Visually stunning naval parade. It wasn't but a Diana's, see with China's navy is not something you forget easily. The frustrations of correspondence life, Bill Birtles, there reporting from Beijing or ching Tao, more accurately.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I would we even know what's going on out there. What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just imagine? And you know, said they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're gonna blow themselves the smithereens. I mean, they drug before they do this. What's going on? No, what happened was a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bomber. So you go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, and it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you would inculcate him you separate him from people. And then you teach him you take into the camps. And then you would select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death of the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers have because I was thinking paid money it's up to one hundred thousand bucks for a suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis Ibraga ahead. Hey, George good morning. Our you. All righty. Hey, Robert gate. Great topic man that I I don't even understand how how. You can keep who's on who side against two. And what this everything I have. I have a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in what's going on in as far as that. And number two, if you if you feel like we're gonna be in a Iran in in less than five years, he think I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a nuclear bomb because I think if if they feel that we're going to invade your country there. They will use that nuclear weapon against our troops in the George. I see here to couple of weeks, and I'll take the answer out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom is Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have a nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations new whether it Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do you stop people from traveling there? The second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up and fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to violence to them. And one of the things that that is homework of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open Saad and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine, the personal support Israel there would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of see ourselves as picking who's against us. And who's for us? So when when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for ran. That was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor when I was a consultant to the four star commander in Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand and they literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problem fighting people sent over from Pakistan. Let's not have another enemy. So we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipe out all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're trying to do that ghanistan. We've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no end game. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that. Libby is a good example, by the way. Absolutely hopping government and then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like that it falls apart. Place where terrorists live. How responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess? Dick Cheney was an architect. And if you see that movie vice which is film greenfield, you know, the goal was. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was going to make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, oil business expansion one American business in these countries. You know, we used to have business in Libya we used to run the office we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense. And Trump says the same thing he said, why are we making money in Afghanistan? You know, why are we taking minerals, and why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's no infrastructure. So maybe they are making it under the table with the poppy field. So. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and roll materials back, and they're just doing it. They're not politicizing it. And I don't support it. But they're doing it. We're going to take a break. We'll come back and take final calls with you in a moment on coast.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on KTOK

"I would we even know what's going on out there. What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just imagine? And you know, so they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're going to blow themselves the smithereens. I mean are they drug before they do this? What's going on? No, what happened was a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bomber. So you go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you inculcate him you'd separate him from people. And then you teach him you take into the camps. And then you would select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death of the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers have because we're thinking paid money it's up to one hundred thousand bucks for a suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis. I Brian go ahead. Hey, good morning. Our already. Hey, Robert gay. Great topic. Man. I understand how you can keep who's on whose side against two. And what this everything? I have I have a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in what's going on in as far as that. And number two. If if you feel like we're gonna be in a Iran in in less than five years, he think he I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a new to bomb because I think if if they feel that we're gonna invade your country there. They will use that Nick weapon against our troops in George. I seem to couple of weeks. I'll take out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom. Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have a nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations do whether it Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do you stop people from traveling there? Then the second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up in fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to violence to them. And one of the things that that is homework of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open Saad and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine, the personal support Israel, they would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of see yourselves as picking who's against us. And who's forest? So when when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for ran. That was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand eight they literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problem fighting people sent over from Pakistan. Let's not have another enemy. So we we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipeout all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're still trying to do that ghanistan. We've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no end game. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that. Libby is a good example, by the way. Absolutely government. And then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like that. Falls apart Libya. Place where terrorist live. How responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess? Dick Cheney was an architect. If you see that movie vice which is film. Great know the goal was. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was gonna make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, oil business expansion one American business in these countries. You know, we used to have business in Libya, we used to run the oilfields we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense and Trump's these the same thing he says, why are we making money in Afghanistan? You know, why are we taking minerals, and why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's infrastructure. So maybe they are making it under the table with the poppy fields. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and raw materials back, and they're just doing it. They're not politicizing it. And I don't support it. But they're doing it. We're going to take a break. We'll come back and take final calls with the in a moment on.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"If you could imagine if we rice -lationist, and we had no military presence around the world. How would we handle threats? I would we even know what's going on out there. What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just imagine? And you know, so they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're going to blow themselves the smithereens. I mean, they drug before they do this. What's going on? No, what happened was a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bomber. So you go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, and it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you would inculcate him you'd separate him from people. And then you teach him you take into the camps. And then you would select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death or the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers have because I was thinking pay money it's up to one hundred thousand bucks for a suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis Ibraga ahead. Hey, George good morning. Our you already. Hey, Robert gate. Great topic. Man. I I don't even understand how how. Keep who's who side against to. And what this and everything. But I have I have a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in what's going on. And as far as that. And number two, if you if you feel like we're gonna be in an Iran in in less than five years, he think I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a new bomb because I think if if they feel that we're going to invade your country there. They were used that Nick weapon against our troops, and the George I see a couple of weeks. I'll take the action out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom is Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations new whether it Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do you stop people from traveling there? Then the second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up and fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to device to them. And one of the things that is hallmark of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open Saad and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine, the personal support Israel, they would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of see ourselves as picking who's against us. And who's for us? So when when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for ran. That was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand they was literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problems fighting people sent over from Pakistan. Let's not have another enemy. So we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipe out all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're still trying to do that. They've ghanistan we've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no end game. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that is a good example, by the way, absolutely hopping government, and then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like. That falls apart. Place where terrorists live. How responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess? Dick Cheney was an architect. And if you see that movie vice which is film greenfield, you know, the goal was. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was gonna make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, oil business expansion one American business in these countries. You know, we used to have business in Libya, we used to run the fields we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense. And Trump is the same thing he says, why are we making money and Afghantistan? Why aren't we taking minerals? And why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's no infrastructure. So maybe they are making it under the table with the poppy fields. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and raw materials back, and they're just.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"How would we even know what's going on out there? What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just imagine? And you know, so they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're going to blow themselves the smithereens. I mean are they drug before they do this? What's going on? No, what happened was a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bomber. So you go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, and it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you would inculcate amid separate them from people. And then you teach him you take into the camps. And then you would select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death of the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch at this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers because they get paid money. It's up to one hundred thousand bucks for a suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis. I Brian go ahead. George. Good morning. Our already. Hey, Robert, great topic, man. I don't even understand high. Have you can keep who's on whose side against to? And what this never. I have a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in in what's going on as far as that. And number two. We're gonna be in an Iran in in less than five years. He think he I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a nuclear bomb because I think if if they feel that we're going to invade your country there. They will use that Nick weapon against our troops in George. I see here to couple of weeks. I'll take out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom is Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations new whether it's Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do is you stop people from traveling there. The second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up and fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to device to them. And one of the things that that is hallmark of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open saws and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine, the personal support Israel there would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of see ourselves as picking who's against us. And. Who's forest? So when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for a ran. That was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand eight they was literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problem fighting people sent over from Pakistan..

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"chinese navy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ahead. If you could imagine if we rice -lationist, and we had no military presence around the world. How would we handle threats? I would we even know what's going on out there. What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just mansion, and, you know, so they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're going to blow themselves the smithereens. I mean, they drug before they do this. What's going on? No, what happened was a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bomber. So you go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you would inculcate him you'd separate him from people. And then you teach him you take into the camps. And then you would select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death or the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch at this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers have because they get paid money. It's up to one hundred thousand bucks where suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis. I Brian go ahead. Hey, good morning. Our you already. Hey, Robert gate. Great topic. Man. I I don't even understand how have you can keep who's on whose side against to. And what this and everything. What I have. I have a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in what's going on in as far as that. And number two. If you if you feel like we're gonna be in a Iran in in less than five years, he think he I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a new bomb because I think if if they feel that we're going to invade your country there. They will use that weapon against our troops in the George. I see here to couple of weeks. I'll take the air out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom is Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations do whether it Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do is you stop people from traveling there. The second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up and fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to violence to them. And one of the things that that is homework of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open Saad and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine or the personal support Israel there would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of see yourselves as picking who's against us. And who's forest? So when when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for a ran. That was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander in Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand eight they was literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problem fighting people sent over from Pakistan. Let's not have another enemy. So we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipe out all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're trying to do that that ghanistan we've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no end game. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that. Libby is a good example, by the way. Absolutely government. And then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like that it falls apart Libya also comes a place where terrorists live how responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess. Dick Cheney was an architect. And if you see that movie vice which is film. Great feel you know, the goal was. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was gonna make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, oil business expansion one American business in these countries. You know, we used to have business in Libya, we used to run the oilfields we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense. And from the same thing, he says, why are we making money kenniston? Why are we taking minerals, and why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's no infrastructure. So maybe they are making it under the table with the poppy fields. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and raw materials back, and they're just doing it. They're not.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I would we even know what's going on out there. What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just imagine? And you know, they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're going to blow themselves the smithereens. I mean, they drug before they do this. What's going on? No, what happened was a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bombers, so you go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, and it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you would inculcate him you'd separate him from people. And then you teach them you take into the camps. And then you would select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death of the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers they have paid money. It's up to one hundred thousand bucks where suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis. I Brian go ahead. Hey, george. Good morning. Our you already. Hey, Robert gate. Great topic. Man. I I leave and understand how have you can keep who's on whose side against two. And what this and everything. But I have I have a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in what's going on in as far as that. And number two. If you feel like we're gonna be in a Iran in in less than five years. He think I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a nuclear bomb because I think if if they feel that we're gonna to their country there. They will use that Nick weapon against our troops in the George. I see a couple of weeks. I'll take the action out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom is Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations do whether it Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do is you stop people from traveling there. The second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up in fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to violence to them. And one of the things that that is homework of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open Saad and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine of the personal support Israel, they would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of ourselves as picking who's against us. And who's for us? So when when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for a ran. That always that was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander in Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand eight they literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problem fighting people sent from Pakistan. Let's not have another enemy. So we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipe out all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're trying to do that that ghanistan we've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no end game. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that. Libby is a good example, by the way, absolutely government. And then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like. That falls apart. Place where terrorists live. How responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess? Well, dick, Chaney was an architect. And if you see that movie vice which is an film greenfield the goal was. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was going to make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, while business expansion one American business in these countries. You know, we used to have business in Libya, we used to run the oilfields we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense. And Trump says the same thing he says, why are we making money and Afghantistan? Why aren't we taking minerals? And why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's no infrastructure. So maybe they are making it under the table with the poppy fields. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and raw materials back, and they're just doing it. They're not.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I would we even know what's going on out there. What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just imagine? And you know, they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're gonna blow themselves to smithereens. I mean, they drug before they do this. What's going on? No, what happened was a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bomber. So you go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, and it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you inculcate him you separate him from people. And then you teach him you take into the camps. And then you would select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death or the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch at this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers have because we're thinking paid money it's up to one hundred thousand bucks where suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis. I Brian go ahead. Hey, good morning. Our you. All righty. Hey, Robert, great topic. Man. I don't even understand how have you can keep who's on who side against you. And what this never. I have had a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in what's going on as far as that. And number two. If you if you feel like we're going to be in a an Iran in in less than five years, he think I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a nuclear bomb because I think if if they feel that we're going to invade your countries they will use that nickel weapon against our troops, and George I see here in a couple of weeks. I'll take the action out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom is Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have a nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations new whether it's Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do you stop people from traveling there? Then the second thing is you launch PR programs to talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up in fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to device to them. And one of the things that that is hallmark of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open Saad and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine, the personal support Israel, they would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of ourselves as picking who's against us. And who's for us? So when when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for ran. That was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand eight they was literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problems fighting people sent from Pakistan. Let's not have another enemy. So we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipeout all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're still trying to do that. They've ghanistan we've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no end game. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that is a good example, by the way government and then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like. That apart. Place where terrorist live how responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess. Dick, Chaney was an architect. You know, if you see that movie vice which is Phil greenfield, you know. The goal was. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was gonna make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, oil business and expansion one American business in these countries, you know, we used to have business in Libya, we used to run the oilfields we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense and Trump season same thing, he says, why are we making money and Afghantistan? Why aren't we taking minerals? And why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's no infrastructure. So I'll maybe they are making it under the table with the poppy fields. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and raw materials back, and they're just doing it..

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"chinese navy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I would we even know what's going on out there. What is the mindset of the suicide bombers, I mean, can you just imagine? And you know, so they're all in their twenties, for example, strapping bombs to themselves knowing they're gonna blow themselves the smithereens. I mean, they drug before they do this. What's going on? No, what happened was it? Just take a long time to, cultivate, a suicide bomber saying go to the parents, and you'd offer them ten thousand bucks, and it'd be poor, of course. And then you take this young kid, and you would inculcate him you separate them from people. And then you teach them you take into the camps. And then you'd select them for a special mission that when you're young you don't really think about death of the consequences of death. And if you know that you're making your family better, and you're one of twelve kids, and you believe all the rhetoric put into your head. It's just pulling switch this not a lot of work. And right now, they have actually suicide bombers on tap and wealthy people in Pakistan along the border. Brag about how many suicide bombers have because they get paid money. It's up to one hundred thousand bucks for a suicide attack. So it's become a business. It's a big business Brian in Indianapolis. I Brian go ahead. Hey, george. Good morning. Our you already. Hey, Robert gate. Great topic. Man. I I don't even understand how have you can keep who's on who side against two. And what this and everything, but I have I have a couple of quaking. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in what's going on. And as far as that. And number two, if you if you feel like we're going to be in a an Iran in in less than five years. He think I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a nuclear Bob because I think if if they feel that we're going to invade your country there. They will use that nickel weapon against our troops, and George I see here to couple of weeks. I'll take the end up. I'll tell you. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Lot of my Iran, not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have a nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations do whether it Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do you stop people from traveling there? Then the second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how terrible they are. And then you get people so worked up and fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to device to them. And one of the things that that is homework of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open Saad and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine of the person support, Israel, they would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of ourselves as picking who's against us. In his fourth. So when he when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for a ran. That was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander in Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand they was literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problem fighting people sent over from Pakistan. Let's not have another enemy. So we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipeout all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're still trying to do that. They've ghanistan we've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no end game. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that. Libby is a good example, by the way, absolutely hopping government, and then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like. That falls apart. Becomes a place where terrorists live responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess. Dick, Chaney was an architect. You know, if you see that movie vice which is film greenfield, you know, the goal was to bales. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was gonna make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, oil business expansion one American business in these countries. You know, we used to have business in Libya, we used to run the oilfields we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense and Trump sees the same thing he said, why don't we making money Afghantistan? Why aren't we taking minerals? And why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's infrastructure. So maybe they are make you I other the table with the poppy field. So. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and raw materials back, and they're just doing it. They're not politicizing it. And I don't support it. But doing it. We're gonna take a break. We'll come back and take final calls with you in a moment on coast to coast AM. Coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM is now available for iphone and now Android four own above. 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"chinese navy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I I don't even understand how have you can keep who's on who side against to. And what this never. I have I have a couple of questions. You don't hear very much about the Chinese navy in in what's going on in as far as that. And number two, if you if you feel like we're gonna be in an Iran in in less than five years, he think he I guess you don't feel that they're very close to having a nuclear bomb because I think if if they feel that we're going to invade your country there. They will use that nickel weapon against our troops in George. I see here to couple of weeks. I'll take the out there. Yup. He's coming to our Columbus event. Go ahead. Robert. Bottom is Iran does not have nuclear weapons, and they want the right to have a nuclear power and the ability to do the same thing that other nations do whether it Saudi Arabia, Israel, one of the things that we have to remember that we have to create enemies before we start wars. And the first thing you do is you stop people from traveling there than the second thing is you launch PR programs talk about how they're they are. And then you get people so worked up and fearful of them that it's just a natural outcome to devices to them and one of the things that that is a hallmark of the century. Is we have the capability to go and watch media to communicate with people around the world, and we're still prevented from open saws and open thinking. So if someone was to get on the stage and support let's say Palestine of the personal support Israel, they would be conflict between them. And so, you know, we don't see ourselves as the world's policeman. We sort of ourselves as picking who's against us. And who's for us? So when he when the gentleman says that he doesn't know who who were with and who were against is because we don't have a clear moral foreign policy hasn't the goal always been for a ran. Always that was always the the target. Right. But it goes in and out of favor. You know, when I was a consultant to the four-star commander Afghanistan in two thousand seven two thousand eight they would literally demanded inject rhetoric into his presentations that are that was negative towards Iran. And he's like we have enough problem fighting people send over from Pakistan. Let's have another enemy. So we we ramp this up during right wing governments. And we ramp it down during left-wing governments. But at the end of the day, there is a grand scheme to basically wipe out all of these sort of fundamentalist countries, and we did that in Iraq. And we're still in Iraq. And we still haven't figured out how to get out of Iraq. And we're trying to do that that ghanistan we've got a democratic government. But it's propped up because it can't defend itself. So we have no endgame. You know, we we can go in and invade. But we don't know what to do after we've done that. And Libya is a good example, by the way. Absolutely government. And then going oh my God. What do we do? Let's just leave it like that. Yeah. Comes a place where terrorists live how responsible was Dick Cheney for all this mess. Dick, Chaney was an architect. You know, if you see that movie vice which is Alan film, greenfield, you know, the goal was great. Awesome. You know, he was going to be the operational element. He was going to make strategic decisions and political backers and big thinkers, you know, oil business and expansion want American business in these countries. You know, we used to have business in Libya, we used to run the Oldfield's we used to run the oilfields in all of the world. So he sees that return to greatness in an economic sense and Trump sees the same thing he says, why are we making money in Afghanistan? You know, why are we taking minerals, and why are we taking oil from these places, and he doesn't understand that you can't do that. Because there's no infrastructure. So maybe they are making under the table with the poppy fields. No, that's a that's a tiny business. I mean, you know, the bottom line is China's doing China is building roads and railroads to bring goods and raw materials back, and they're just doing it. They're not politicizing it..

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"chinese navy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:13 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John bachelor, Thaddeus McCotter, my colleague and co-host, and we're joined by Gordon Chang of the Daily Beast China. The People's Republic of China's People's Liberation army navy. They they they deploy gray hulls. That's that's a naval warship. But as we learned from Ericsson, a professor of the naval war college who spoke to us sometime recently about this. There are more than just gray hulls advancing the case for the navy especially in the South China Sea. Andrew with his colleague Ryan Martensson have published China's maritime grey zone operations. That's available frothy officers and cadets. However tonight, we emphasize that the financial times the major financial publication from London. This is the pink paper has picked up on Andrews analysis, and others and publishes. This fact, Admiral John Richardson, head of the US navy says he told his Chinese counterpart vice Admiral Shenjie long in January. Nineteen that Washington would not treat the coastguard or maritime militia, that's Whitehall's and blue holes fishing boats that worked with the military differently from the Chinese navy because they were being used to advance Beijing's military operations, professor a very good evening to you. Does this surprise you? John Richardson spoke up have you seen any evidence of the Chinese backed off in their gaming of the South China Sea. Good evening to you. Professor. Good evening. Thank you, John. I think Admiral Richardson's statement is extremely welcome and positive. It's not surprising because it follows on some previous media reporting his own statements as well as similar statements by assistant secretary of defense. Randy Schriver, former secretary of defense James Mattis as well as some other US navy officials, but it's the latest and one of the clearest US officials statements telling China, they can't have it both ways. China's navy can't bear hug the US navy for photo ops and extra sizes. They want as the good cop. Well, the Chinese see force bad cops, the coastguard time militia do. China's sovereignty claims dirty work in the East China Sea in the South China Sea, Gordon. Do you think the Chinese are gonna try and test the navy by taking some of their time Alicia and they're hugging? One of our vessels to see what we'll do. I think that China periodically subjects the US two tests. But I think those tests are most common when it's perceived that there's a significant change in situation a significant change in the relative balance of power or potentially a significant change in policy. So if the administration can make it clear that this is part of a coordinated policy approach backed by strong, determination, and vigilance, I think that will make China much more cautious in how it might seek to test. The US at sea fat is well Cassandra here. What happens if we don't do that? Professor. I think this is a move whose time has come. If we were not to stand up in this way with these forceful statements. I think trying to would be further encouraged to continue it's a salami. Slicing and erosive tactics across the South China Sea attempting to carve it out as as zone of exceptionalism in which Chinese self proclaimed Chinese national laws Trump, the international laws rules norms and freedoms upon which the global commerce and the international system. Depend I think over time that would be a suffocation of this dynamic system. And I think we're rightly opposing it. Professor the the blue hall, so the puzzle here you write in your book that they're not armed and the F is is. Reporting that as confounding everybody because they're not armed difficult to confront them. But however in advancing the Chinese sovereignty or advancing the sovereign case. Are they subject to being boarded and searched can can the US navy or the Japanese navy or any of the allied navies challenge them just the way they were would gray hall that was out of that. There was a conducting itself improperly. Well, that raises issues of rules of engagement and international law there there are some important dynamics there on which I am not an expert what I feel comfortable in saying is that US government of vessels ought to be able to proceed in their missions in international waters without their safety or their operations being interfered with. And I think that's exactly what Admiral Richardson was stating forcefully to his Chinese counterpart, let giving example if we're conducting of freedom of navigation or an innocent passage. I understand there's some type nickel language here. Pass one of the militarized islands the weaponized islands and blue hall. Suddenly get an our way. Can we challenge them to? We know has that ever happened. Can we board them can we arrest them in some fashion? I am not familiar with the legal authorities that might be required for arrests in boarding. But I think what Admiral Richardson statement makes clear is that we can continue opperations of our vessels without being just stymied. Or what I like to say Gulliver is these little blue ships cannot be allowed to tied down our mighty naval vessels as as Gulliver was. I think it's realistic to to avoid that. And I think China has a strong interest in in a void ING an accident in in a sensitive way. So by putting them on notice. I think we can deter them by stating that we're not just going to give in and this is a market content. Trust from out. Thousand nine the the US NS impeccable incident where one of our special mission ships was precisely Gulliver is. Yeah, I think it was an early test of the Obama administration. And I think it was a fundamental error at that point not to have publicized the involvement of maritime Melissa in that incident and in not making trying to pay a price. So there may be legal complexities still now, but I think it's a fundamental improvement. And I think it's resetting the balance of power at sea. We have a couple of minutes. Go ahead garden. Every of in that incident from March studios, and the Chinese vessels tried to sever the towed sonar rave from the impeccable that I think was interference. That was so serious that you can say it was attack on the naval vessel. And I agree with you. We didn't do anything about it. And so we had for instance, similar harassment of victorious, and I just hope that from this point forward that the words are enough to prevent incidents like this. But I'm not sure that they will do we have about a minute at professor. Well, I think we're starting in the right place. And personally, I credit this administration for having a great China team. And for speaking forcefully on the issues of of non into your fear with our vessels and typically each new administration is tested, including it, see. But if you look at this current administration, I don't think we're we've seen that same type of of maritime militia involved tests, and it's hard to prove a negative if not impossible, but I believe that this improved approach has made a difference indefinitely. Reduced the likelihood that China would try to challenge us in that way. And I think we need to keep building on that that is about thirty seconds. If you have a quick question for the professor question. How will we know that this works? How will we know from the Chinese reaction, professor? Can continue lack of stymying incidents is precisely what we're seeking as Admiral Richardson said we we want to keep operating around the world and international waters legal missions doing those good measures. And we're going to keep doing so and if we can keep doing so I think that's precisely the victory. And I think we will professor Andrew Erickson of the naval war college. His most recent book on this subject, I recommend to everyone following the conflict zone.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:20 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Batchelor. That is mccarter my colleague and co-host, and we're joined by Gordon Chang, the daily based China the People's Republic of China's People's Liberation army navy. They ro they they deploy gray hulls. That's a nave that's a naval warship. But as we learned from Ericsson, a professor of naval war college who spoke to us sometime recently about this. There are more than just gray hulls advancing the case for the navy especially in the South China Sea, Andrew with his colleague Ryan Martensson have published China's maritime grey zone operations. That's available for all you see officers and cadets. However tonight, we emphasize that the financial times the major financial publication from London. This is the pink paper has picked up on Andrews analysis, and others and publishes. This fact, Admiral John Richardson, head of the US navy says he told his Chinese counterpart vice Admiral Shenjie long in January. Hundred nineteen that Washington would not treat the coastguard or maritime militia, that's Whitehall's and Blue House fishing boats that worked with the military differently from the Chinese navy because they were being used to advance Beijing's military operations, professor good evening to you. Does this surprise you? John Richardson spoke up have you seen any evidence that the Chinese have backed off in their gaming of the South China Sea. Good evening to you. Professor. Good evening. Thank you, John. I think Admiral Richardson's statement is extremely welcome and positive. It's not surprising because it follows on some previous media reporting of his own statements as well as similar statements by assistant secretary of defense. Randy Schriver, former secretary of defense James Mattis as well as some other US navy officials, but it's the latest and one of the clearest US officials statements telling China, they can't have it both ways. China's navy can't bear hug the US navy for photo ops and exercises. They want as the good cop. Well, the Chinese see force bad cops the coast guard militia do. China's sovereignty claim sturdy work in the East China Sea in the South China Sea, Gordon. Do you think the Chinese are going to try and test the navy by taking some of their time Alicia and they're hugging? One of our vessels to see what we'll do. I think that China periodically subjects the US two tests. But I think those tests are most common when it's perceived that there's a significant change in situation a significant change in the relative balance of power or potentially a significant change in policy. So if the administration can make it clear that this is part of a coordinated policy approach backed by strong, determination, and vigilance, I think that will make China much more cautious in how it might seek to test the US at sea. That is well Cassandra here. What happens if we don't do that? Professor. I think this is a move whose time has come. If we were not to stand up in this way with these forceful statements. I think China would be further encouraged to continue it's a salami slicing and erosive tactics across the South China Sea attempting to carve it out as as own of exceptionalism in which Chinese self proclaimed Chinese national laws Trump's the international laws rules norms and freedoms upon which the global commerce and the international system. Depend I think over time that would be a suffocation of this dynamic system. And I think we're rightly opposing it. Professor the the blue hall, so the puzzle here, I you rive in your book that they're not armed and the F T is is. Reporting that as confounding everybody because they're not armed difficult to confront them. But however in advancing the Chinese sovereignty or advancing the sovereign case. Are they subject to being boarded and searched can can the US navy or the Japanese navy or any of the allied navies challenge them, just the way they were would agree hall that was out of that. There was conducting itself improperly. Well, that raises issues of rules of engagement and international law there there are some important dynamics there on which I am not an expert what I feel comfortable in saying is that US government Avesta lls ought to be able to proceed in their missions in international waters without their safety or their operations being interfered with. And I think that's exactly what Admiral Richardson was stating forcefully to his Chinese counterpart. Let me give example, if we're conducting a freedom of navigation or an innocent passage. I understand there's some type of language here. Pass one of the militarized islands the weaponized islands and blue hall. Suddenly get an our way. Can we challenge them to? We know has that ever happened. Can we board them can we arrest them in some fashion? I am not familiar with the legal authorities that might be required for arrests in boarding. But I think what Admiral Richardson statement makes clear is that we can continues operations of our vessels without being just stymied. Or what I like to say Gulliver is these little blue ships cannot be allowed to tie-down our mighty naval vessels as as Gulliver was. I think it's realistic to to avoid that. And I think China has a strong interest in in a void ING an accident in in a sensitive way by putting them on notice. I think we can deter them by stating that we're not just going to give in and this is a market con trust from tooth. Thousand nine the the US NS impeccable incident where one of our special mission ships was precisely Gulliver is. Yeah, I think it was an early test of the Obama administration. And I think it was a fundamental error at that point not to have publicize the involvement of maritime militia in that incident and in not making trying to pay a price. So there may be legal complexities still now, but I think it's a fundamental improvement. And I think it's resetting the balance of power at sea. We have a couple of minutes. Go ahead garden. Azru of in impeccable incident from March two goes on the Chinese vessels tried to sever the towed sonar array from the impeccable that I think was interference. That was so serious that you can say that it was a tack on a naval vessel, and I agree with you. We didn't do anything about it. And so we had for instance, similar harassment of victorious that I just hope that from this point forward that the words are enough to prevent incidents like this. But I'm not sure that they will be we have about a minute at professor. Well, I think we're starting in the right place. And personally, I credit this administration for having a great China team. And for speaking forcefully on the issues of of non into your fear with our vessels and typically each new administration is tested, including it, see. But if you look at this current administration, I don't think we're we've seen that same type of of maritime militia involved tests, and it's hard to prove a negative if not impossible, but I believe that this improved approach has made a difference. And definitely reduce the likelihood that China would try to challenge us in that way. And I think we need to keep building on that that is about thirty seconds of you have a quick question for the professor for question. How will we know this works? How will we know from the Chinese reaction? Professor. Ken continued lack of styming incident is precisely what we're seeking as Admiral Richardson said we want to keep operating around the world, and international waters legal missions doing those good measures. And we're going to keep doing so and if we can keep doing so I think that's precisely the victory. And I think we will professor Andrew Erickson of the naval war college. His most recent book on this subject, I recommend to everyone following the conflict zone and the South China Sea, China's maritime Grey's own operations, Gordon Chang, Thaddeus McCotter. I'm John bachelor..

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"chinese navy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Batchelor with Gordon Chang, not all events in Asia are Laden with foreshadowing of to some are worthy of comedy farce. There is a report of a naval parade. There are photographs this is from the Asia Times attended by Chinese president for life Xi Jinping. He was aboard a guided missile destroyer in the LLC the parade went forward reviewing the fleet's presidents. Do this thing. FDR reviewed our battle fleet 1937. They're they're very famous videos have him on the tech enjoying watching the battleships some of which will be attack in a few years time by the Japanese than any of that president's review naval parades to show off the authority to bless the navy and she didn't paying reviewed this parade. And then Gordon do we have a secret fog weapon that we haven't been telling people about I didn't know about it. But apparently, we do a fog close over the fleet their photographs I recommend everybody. Go to the Asia Times to say these photographs if that's the only aircraft carrier they possess. It looks like a cardboard cut out or something. That failed to emerge from the fog. It's very funny, Gordon is is Xi Jinping sensitive. What he would he fault the navy for this for holding a parade and letting the fog weapon ruin this is interesting because this is an important event. This is the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army navy and PLA invited other countries to participate this for instance, we participated in the sixtieth anniversary celebrations, but we didn't in in the seventieth. But anyway, this is opposed to be, you know, shock and awe how great the Chinese are problem is this is not just fog, John. This is small and this is off Chinda which is supposed to was renowned for clean air. So apparently, the gods were not really too kind to the Chinese navy this time we welcome our colleague Rick Fisher of international assessment of strategy center. Rick this parade was it regarded as a revelation of of Chinese authority, or is it was it treated as. Laughter. Good evening to your Rick. Good evening, John. Yes. So the Chinese communist party invested heavily in building up to this parade touting a new maritime community of cooperation along with all of its other quasi alliance constructs. But Gordon is right. The the parade was defeated by the fog. Although I we should we should hold hold out the slight chance Chinese where revealing cloaking device, but but I just mentioned that to be safe. So Rick there've been a, you know, a will read report in the Wall Street Journal about how the Chinese military is using bandwith with un-american satellites or American built satellites for military purposes. And the question is whether we should permit this or not you have come up with an analogous situation, which I think is so much more important if you can talk about China's. Of reconstruction of seven thirty sevens that we have sold to the Chinese. Yes. Corte the the article in the Wall Street Journal prompts an old story an old story that is the dangers of selling dual use technology China. This is something that we have wrestled with sometimes not very well, some Chinese since the nineteen eighties and in the. Late nineteen ninety eight Chinese airline managed to buy some seven thirty seven Boeing seven thirty seven transports from an Indonesian airline, and they they were transferred China and kind of lost track of them until they showed up at a video at there's you hire show on the tarmac outside of the aircraft corporation, which which builds China's bombers, very, well and the seven thirty seven was sporting a few new bumps and upon closer review of the video the airplane had been modified. Well, I made a trip to neighboring country that new a little bit about this. And it was explained to me that the seven thirty sevens have been converted into test monitoring aircraft to monitor China's new cruise missiles long range land attack cruise missiles. Which were just beginning their test flight program in the early two thousands. The story was reported in the Washington Times and died clearly it was a public story or thirties knew about this taking a commercial airliner and converting it to a military purpose. Very clearly violated at of export laws, but the issue was allowed to quietly die, and thus the dual use nature of another category of airliners that we've sold the Chinese also goes unnoticed. And this is the cargo airliner we've sold about one hundred fifty large cargo airliners and mainly Boeing, of course, and then Airbus's sold a a smaller number. But these are all incorporated into the People's Liberation Army air force, the PL af has a militia service as do the other branches of the People's Liberation Army. And the large cargo liners constitute a lifting capacity about three to four times the size of the formal PLA air force airlift capacity. So in the event of a let's say invasion of Taiwan. Most of the airlifted troops and cargo going to Taiwan. We'll be transported by not Aleutians or schon y twenties but Boeing cargo liners. This transfer. We just have about a minute to to your knowledge is there is there a punishment for this for violating these trees? Or is it just? Everybody's shrugs and goes, well, they got away with one. John. I think there's a general agreement to to look every way. But, but that way the commerce the profits are in the competition is so intense that there's there's little political motivation in Washington too. Take the hard look. And and insist that a there'd be some transparency, and how China is using all these airliners for potential harmful damaging military activities activities that clearly do threaten interests of the United States, and our and our allies. It just goes on writ Fisher, the international assessment and strategy center..

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"chinese navy" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Maybe rides to the rescue and that can lead to an intervention, but that is a very different sort of intervention than say intervening to help with food distribution to prevent famine. So this the sort of dollar diplomacy. It will be a dominant theme in American policy, but don't expect it to do a lot of good. If that's what you're after. Now longer term, you know, that sort of won't last forever. Eventually there will be winners in these conflicts and eventually new regional powers will arise. I if I had to be a betting man, I'd say that the four countries that look to come out of this. Looking the best are Japan, France Turkey and Argentina, and eventually they are likely to reach a point in consolidation and influence that the United States is going to take. Notice and at that point a generation from now, the United States will probably re-engage. The question will be does this happen on a gradual slow enough time period that the Americans can assimilate the changes, and so engage in a may be constructive way. Or well, the Turks of the French or somebody else do something that the Americans perceive as a threat in which case, we get more of a knee-jerk American reaction that is much more disruptive. Now the power imbalance between the United States, and whoever these new powers are is going to be a meant. So it's not like you're going to see a catastrophic civilization ending war or anything like that. This is not World War Two. This is not World War One. This is probably not even something like Korea. But it really matters whether or not the Americans engage out of opportunity or out of fear was was here, you say Japan. It's a good excuse to talk about demographics specifically, which we really haven't touched all that much. So far, it's like someone like Turkey memory serves has great demographics that could fairly young population. Japan is the poster. Child for more. Dull diaper, sold than baby diapers and also just from a natural resource standpoint of questioning on that. So so what about Japan? Do you believe is well positioned first of all, you're absolutely right about Japan from a demographic, and a resource point of view, the internal consumption has stalled in it's shifting towards collapse. They have to basically import every raw material the ever use. However, it's an island nation and like all island nations, it's gotten pretty good at a navy. I would argue that today. Japan still has a second most powerful long reach navy as in the world. Now, if you were to sail the Japanese navy against the Chinese navy in the East Asian theatre, the Japanese would get wrecked. The Chinese have a better air force. I've got better cruise missiles, but only thirty Chinese ships can operate a thousand miles from shore, whereas pretty much all the Japanese ships can so in any conflict, the Japanese basically don't even sale in the general direction of China. They'll go to like, I dunno Singapore, and sink anything that the Chinese have on the ocean. And then that's the end of China's import export system. Along with all of their energy supplies. So in a fight the Japanese unless they're utterly incompetent win and win easily. Well, that navy allows a lot of options, it means that they can secure their own supply chains whether it's to southeast Asia or even better yet, the western hemisphere. So the tools that they have had to develop in order to maintain any sort of local system just happened to double as the.

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"chinese navy" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"chinese navy" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"What can you tell us about the importance of the personal relationship that the president says he has with Jean ping, president of China nonsense really nonsense? I do think that she didn't paying a little bit fell for it. But she didn't ping also greatly supported the election of Donald Trump. And I think now is regretting it a lot. Is there anything that President Trump is actually gotten for the US out of these negotiations with China? That's a good question. I do think that it was high time that the United States start to exert pressure on China for its intellectual property theft and for the export controls violations. And those things, you know, Bama imposed or threatened to impose sanctions two years before Trump came into office, but never actually actualize. The sanctions there's been too long a period when the United States has been afraid of losing business, and so has been frayed to put pressure on China, and it turns out actually to be affective. The problem is what's the goal? You need to define the goal and then exert pressure what to investors get wrong when they think about China. Mostly the consumer the investors have this idea that China's a place where the consumer is is growing and spending more that you have companies like Alibaba and JD and everybody spending money online. The consumer is just a rebranding of what they used to call the masses, and the you know, they're going to buy this year. What you tell them to buy this year, and what you find them to buy. And then they're going to stop buying it. So going forward. What do you think is going to be the story heading into twenty twenty trade agreements still on the table? Well, I think that the Donald Trump is going to back down as always backs down. And there will be no twenty five percent new tariffs. Even after the grace period. I think the big story of twenty nineteen though is going to be the sort of crash of the Chinese economy. If the deed that takes place will there be a political reaction to distract or dissuade domestic forces in China from focusing on that the climb I would've thought so it's very Opik system. I would have thought that that would have started quite some time ago, and I've been surprised at the accommodating position that she didn't ping has taken you'd think that that running out of cards at that's that would be what they would do and circle Taiwan. Go to the Spratlys, you know, this sort of thing just the pickup quickly on that on the Taiwan issue because in his speech, just recently Gijon ping speaks about this is a reunification that's an irresistible trend. Well, it is something that clearly he has focused his he he wants to be his legacy. The question is if you take Taiwan, what do you do with it? Nobody wants to fight a ground warranty Juan. For twenty years. But there's also a question as to whether the US would defend and whether the US can defend if the Chinese navy were to for example, in circle Benk very much for being with us and stevenson-yang is co founder and research director of j capital research. Also, a Bloomberg opinion columnist..

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