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"council foreign relations" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Dot com slash NPR And from the lemelson foundation This is weekend edition from NPR news arms Scott Simon Ukrainians continue to flee cities in search of shelter food and safety Some international aid groups are trying to provide civilians with essential supplies on the ground food clothing and critically cash David Miliband is the CEO and president of the international rescue committee which has been working with local Ukrainian organizations He joins us now from Brussels Of course he's also Britain's former foreign secretary mister Miliband thanks so much for being with us Thank you very much Scott Great to be with you You've recently been in central Ukraine Please tell us what you saw and heard I found a nation really living in fear We traveled to Moldova where about 400,000 Ukrainians have passed through a 100,000 state but we then went into central Ukraine And the people who are fleeing are remarkable for their resilience and their courage But I want to remind your listeners it's all women and children because the men have stayed behind to fight And so in addition to the obvious health needs the economic needs There is just this trauma very close to the surface of people who've said goodbye not just to their homes but to their loved ones and they don't know whether they're going to see them again What what do they need What can the world provide Some of them have quite acute health needs Some of them have non communicable diseases and need medical supplies Others need trauma support There's a big need for psychological support because of what they've been through And then of course the Ukrainian government has mandated obviously the schools are closed but they're keeping going online classes but the kids who are taking those online classes need educational support And then there's a need for cash to keep the economy going and to help people pay their bills And that's why the cash distribution that you mentioned is so important Well help us understand that because that's such in my experience as a reporter overseas in war zones is often overlooked but it's absolutely vital to keep a kind of semblance of society going isn't it Yes and this is a different kind of conflict in a number of ways It's a conflict and a middle class society where people have bank accounts And so you can deliver cash into those bank accounts but they're not in their own homes They're not in their own hometowns They've not got their jobs anymore and keeping the economy going is absolutely vital It's as vital as making sure that humanitarian supplies reach the besieged areas Now no one has reached the besieged city of Mario pole which has been obliterated Pulverized But in other cities there is humanitarian access and it's vital that we're able to reach people there because some people are disabled or old and can't get out and need to stay in their homes You just spoke to the European council on foreign relations And touched on what you what you see is what could be the impact of this war and urge Western countries to begin to plan I guess for what amounts to geopolitical consequences You are very familiar in that realm Help us understand what you sketched out for people Yeah the title of my speech at the European council foreign relations was united west divided world And there has been remarkable unity of action facilitated by the Biden administration with European nations standing tall and standing up in a very strong way both on the economic front as well as the military front But the global situation is that more than half the world's population have leaders who have refused to condemn the Russian invasion Democracy is like Brazil democracies like India And I think it's very important that while we can't yet know how the war will end we need to understand that the geopolitical consequences are severe and call for organizations like the group of 7 leading industrialized democracies that are meeting next month to establish a different kind of framing for the way in which this war is understood and my own view is that it needs to be understood in the framing of law versus impunity Law versus anarchy And it needs to be followed up with consistency and strategy from the liberal democratic world in a way that builds a much more inclusive coalition to defend the rule of law from the kind of flagrant attempts to undermine it that we've seen recently Do you have any concern mister Miller band that the IRC and other international assistance groups will be able to maintain the degree of support and conscientious support given what could be the length of this engagement Well the outpouring of support for Ukrainians has been overwhelmingly strong but I do have real fears both about the sustenance of that support and about the fact that Ukraine isn't the only crisis in the world today Afghanistan Syria Ethiopia those other crises provide a real challenge to international humanitarian aid groups And one of the very important things the international rescue committee can do to help combat the sense that somehow there's a hypocrisy in the west that we're only concerned about people in Europe or who are under siege just to make sure that our programs in Ethiopia and in Syria and in Afghanistan are sustained while we tool up for a massive effort in Ukraine and we're determined to do that David Miller bound to CEO and president of the international rescue committee speaking from Brussels thanks so much for being with us Thanks very much Scott Usually at this point in an election season Missouri candidates have already been scouring the congressional districts to find the right message for primary voters but this year things are.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Right and i might be underestimating. Okay flatter officer everywhere. Listen this is the. We'll talk about the why the line now is his time to put on your big boy pants chai. And you've been lied to and you've even lied to and and and and and realize that this world is much more than this so why the lie. Who's who's who's lying okay. These are the people that are lying. Okay these are the people that we know. These people are puppets of the puppet masters. We don't know okay. The trilateral commission and the council foreign relations united nations bilderberg group club of rome. This is altogether all of the division of the world. all of the division of countries is fake. Okay it's all fake right and they divided us by countries by religion by raises by sex's by political parties by sports teams by jab jab. They got they got us. Divided divided divided and now they want to separate it. They don't want us near each other. Because know the energetic communication. That's that's the real power facial expressions are the real language. Okay no it's not the words that come out of our mouth it's the it's the the micro expressions that people have. That's where the real communications come signs and symbols and numbers rule. This world not speech. Our language has been weaponized. And you have to really watch what you say because when you what you say affects the world that you have creates the world everything that you have. Greg is in in your life is because of the way that you think you believe something like young people create a worldview view around them so they feel safe and they they travel in that world bubble their view. And that's how they see the world now somebody all they know you know it. They see the world differently. They see the world differently they have. They live in a different world. Even though the right next deal you could be a good positive person. You'll attract happy good positive things.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on The Politics Guys

The Politics Guys

03:15 min | 7 months ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on The Politics Guys

"Is what happened. You just be back to this again on the end of november. I mean do you. Do you think that this is going to give democrats the space to to do the reconciliation process or do you think democrats are just going to wait till the end moment again and see if mcconnell once again give him a given out i think this is. This is as much of an out as democrats are likely to get you know to me. It was interesting looking at those eleven republicans who voted to invoke claw. Invoke cloture on this. I looked at the names. And what. I what. I realized that basically it was the majority of the republican senate leadership to mcconnell thune are also and blunt but but not ernst or scott to members of the gop senate caucus who are retiring shelby portman and blunts also retiring the. He's in he's in leadership and then four of what. I guess you could call the most. Moderate senate republicans collins murkowski Kapito and rounds and so that to me. That's pretty much yet. It push comes to shove you may get a rumney and one or two more on board that. But but i. i don't really think. I think that's pretty much. As far as the senate republicans are willing to go and they want they want democrats to own this debt ceiling increase. And i think that's that's what's going to happen again. This has happened before as a matter of fact it's it's it's funny. I took a look back as you guys had talked about it and this is something that i know that jay had had chatted about a little bit too but it's not as if democrats haven't voted against the debt ceiling limit. Joe biden himself. I did that arguing under George bush that he wasn't going to do it. It was no more spending too much spending. Under george w bush. I know that a lot of time is spent on the haggling between republicans and democrats but it seems like this is one of those things that we study so for example. I think very much about the idea of issue and position taking in china staking your position i. It feels like one of the problems that will continue to be a problem but can't really have a solution because everybody likes being able to use it when they're on the in the proper circumstance and i agree in part but i will say that this is generally speaking something that republicans do for the most part. It's republicans in the senate who are right or in the house depending on the partisan control who wanna use the debt ceiling as a for political leverage and. It also is interesting to me. That essentially no other country in the world has a debt ceiling like this. According to research. I did the council. Foreign relations says that the only other major western country with anything like this is denmark. But there's is set so high relative to their debt that basically breaching it is not even an issue so we've set up a system where we have to periodically say well will. The united states government agreed to honor its debts which is which is crazy. Of course the united states government is going to honor debts in the fact that we've built in this structural mechanism to call this into question to allow a party to use this as leverage..

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"But knowing the twenty million dollars was raised in helping people that are really going through tough times it was a lawyer for Tom and I both Phil and tiger to play in this match and really something I'll always remember and cherish that audio courtesy of Turner sports who as I mentioned set a cable television rating hi mark with an average of five point eight million viewers that's better than any golf major we've ever seen on cable in those early rounds really a great event all the way around the NHL's taking another step towards getting back on the ice the league sent a memo to its clubs and players yesterday saying they were moving to phase two which meant players can return to work out in team facilities with their action limited and only six players in a building at a given time there's still no timetable on a return to games but the players association and league agreed on Friday to a twenty fourteen return to play format that's sports brand across all in Keighley news radio over the Broncos bus rocky thanks B. K. five forty six right now restaurants can see customers starting tomorrow with some restrictions in place restaurants will have to limit their customers to half their building's occupancy up to fifty people sign your rig says even with some flexibility from Colorado leaders occupancy restrictions could still hamper restaurants that are trying to stay afloat in a recent survey that we did they said that if if their capacity was limited to fifty percent nearly ten percent of them said that within a month we'll have to consider closing their doors permanently and worries seven percent of them said that in three months they will consider closing permanently Riggs is concerned the restrictions on the number of customers can still put many businesses in a bind however she says the state health officials did follow a lot of the industry suggestions before coming out with their final draft after opening on mother's day in defiance to Colorado's could nineteen mandates the owners of CNC copying kitchen they're suing the state and several health departments the lawsuit cites governor Polish for an unlawful move to indefinitely suspend the eatery's license suit also accuses the tri county health department color department of public health and environment and its executive director Jill Hunsicker Ryan and the governor of denying the owners their livelihood and ability to operate their business after they welcome customers into the restaurant to serve food and drinks a second king soopers worker at the grocer's Capitol Hill location in Denver has died after contracting the virus the union says James McCabe passed away in recent days so far it's unclear if the worker had any underlying health issues the store has been the center of some controversy after a number of employees tested positive for covert nineteen king soopers says it's working with county safe health departments health and safety department to ensure worker safety the president is praising the US military's it takes on a new fight against corona virus in recent months our nation and the world have been engaged in a new form of battle against an invisible enemy the president specifically cited service members who are taking the point of the code nineteen patients and taking care of them delivering PP and other re sources the world health organization's emergencies chief Dr Michael Ryan is warning the first wave of crime virus could include a second P. continued to put in place the the the the public health and social measures the surveillance measures the public health measures the testing measures a comprehensive strategy to ensure that we continue on a downward trajectory and Ryan compared the current pandemic to the Spanish flu outbreak which received a second peak not a second wave don't appear on Colorado's morning news Richard Haass sees the present council foreign relations he's also served as a senior Middle East adviser to president George H. W. bush and other administrations is a new book out and he joins us now to talk about that and more that's coming up here on Colorado's morning news your drive right now checking we'll start to a Tuesday morning drive you drive on two eighty five looks good three Sheraton coming out a lake wouldn't heading eastbound through shared and then through Inglewood past Santa Fe over the I. twenty five I don't see any problems on Parker road but you get a little bit more traffic on the Park Road drive so you start jam up there at the light at Quincy two two five looks good I seventy you're downtown drive add your text in a drug all in great shape this morning and no problems up on the north side at least.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Here to take a look at a corner of reddit that is pushing markets around with our own blue collar Blue Cross as a reporter plus we'll take a look at the cross border flows of money with Brad Setzer senior fellow for international economics the council foreign relations and senior advisor at Exxon date data right now the let's head over to Gregg Jarrett frequently business last spring police in stocks is certainly stayed higher for longer today than yesterday stake as stock at the game for the first time in five days investors are digesting fresh evidence of the whiting corona virus outbreak in waiting for the president and C. B. C. news coverage of six Wall Street time this evening the dollar is higher read Google BNP pari by U. S. head of equity and derivative strategy tells Bloomberg this whole thing could be a roller coaster yeah absolutely all view has always been that if we do get a big break which is now what we've seen that this is like between Jews for the selling them for the leveraging so we certainly don't think that the volatility is behind us we think we're going to get some more aggressive moves on the upside and the downside we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day where we're seeing the upside for now S. and P. five hundred up one point four percent of forty three thousand one point four percent of three hundred seventy seven other assets of one point seven percent of five hundred fifty two to ten years up one thirty second of the of one point three four percent was Texas intermediate crude is up a tenth of a percent of forty nine ninety six beryl well offer earlier US comics gold is currently down six tenths of a percent to sixteen thirty nine seventy announced the dollar yen one ten fifty three year old dollar eighty six members caterpillar twenty nine twenty four Johns is falling after beaching reported earnings you should just be a little growth which north American locations Papa John's is down eight point six percent that's good for business class I'm quite jealous you're listening to Bloomberg markets it's in polls we radio all our friends at Bloomberg business week have done it again with another fantastic cover when the bull market gets weird it's a strange story about the world of message boards and stock trading folks and connect the impact they can have on individual stocks maybe even the market's Lou come across as a reporter Bloomberg news trying to turn a Bloomberg interactive brokers studio you've heard of him before he is the author of that cover story for Bloomberg businessweek what's going on in the world of reddit message boards and all that stuff it's so it's so it's a kind of a it's a fun story in that this is the what we've been waiting for an incentive for the return of retail to the market however in a world where a lot of shares.

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Troubled Water: What's Wrong with What We Drink

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

07:54 min | 2 years ago

Troubled Water: What's Wrong with What We Drink

"Be Wary of water. Joining joining us now is set to seek all. He has authored activist. Member of the Council of Foreign Relations guest curators interactive brokers studios. He is the author of a new book. DOC troubled water. What's wrong with what we drink? I want to talk to you about the book at about the sort of larger concept here and and you said right before we went on air. I'm not here to scare anybody at yet what I was reading through your materials. It's a little bit unnerving to think that a lot of the water that people drink it's not just flint Michigan it's contaminated that's correct almost everywhere in America there are contaminants in our drinking water and this is probably the largest unspoken of public health threat or menace in the United States. There's a large number of different chemicals that get into our systems through our drinking water that are having unknown effects on our bodies on our endocrine systems as technical phrase that affects growth attention spans sexual interest for Tilleke as well as the possibility of cancer. Some of those things are already proven scientifically and some are now in the process of being investigated but I would argue that being investigated aggressively enough by the EPA an organization that whether it's a democratic or Republican president or Congress is unfortunately inactive who've were not active enough in pursuing what we need to have pursued to get the best health profile for all Americans all right so we don't have the best water what needs to change within the US to improve the quality of our water. Well first of all there aren't nearly there. Were about one hundred thousand chemicals that are in commerce in the United States. Maybe more and you would think that seventy eighty percent of them ninety percent of them would be under some type of investigational regulation by the EPA because some significant percentage of them get into our drinking water and some percentage of those have have a act on our health but of that hundred thousand chemicals that are in commerce. The United States. It sounds hard to believe this. But it's true. Only seventy seven zero are being regulated by the EPA for drinking water purposes and is shocking as that low number is even more shocking given how much chemicals used daily life in America even more shocking is the fact that the last S. time the EPA regulated any chemical whatsoever or any contaminant whatsoever was twenty three years ago they have been inactive for generation and longer and that is putting our health at risk. Is there any map of where we can and can't drink water. We'll tell me where you live and I'll let you know. Okay I'll give you my address after this Seriously I mean it's anyone tracking or tried to do this scientifically we'll actually. There's an organization called the environmental working group. We're on their website. You Can Punch in your zip code and and they can tell you under the federally filed documents but each utility what contaminants have been found in that ZIP codes water whether or not that's particular to your. We're particular TAP LISA. I can't say for sure but invite me over for lunch and I'll bring my test okay. Great all right so water filtration plants. I I thought that was the answer you would think so the problem the problem Paul is both on the wastewater side and on the water filtration. which the way they distribute the water order to our homes from on both sides using technologies that are about one hundred or more years old and although in the interim place have been rebuilt and they're pretty nice parking lots some beautiful reception areas? The truth is that the technology is being used never grew up along with the time that America became. We'll highly medical society where now one one of where seventy percent of all Americans twelve and overtake at least one pharmaceutical product today to people to people about twenty percent of Americans twelve and overtake take five or more prescription pills day and that all gets into our water stream on the inbound side. We still do. We did one hundred. Plus years ago to get rid of cholera and dysentery and typhoid Loyd. Fever we put a dot of chlorine or chlorine like product in it to to cleanse the water. But we don't do anything to remove from that water. These pharmaceutical pharmaceutical residues and other chemicals that have found their way into our water stream such that occupy one example of many that are in my book troubled water just one they scientists independent independent scientists with no axe to grind when ahead in the Great Lakes vast amount of water so be diluted like crazy with think she tested fish and all five of the Great Lakes and an all five live with a great lakes. She founded their brains and their organs and their muscle. She found residues of all kinds of psychiatric medicines like solo often SELECTA and fourteen other medications medications. Now if that's going there that water is then being sent back to our homes for us to drink and we are getting that dosages back in micro quantities and we're getting that magnified amounts also for eating the fish. I'm just trying I'm going through these scrap extrapolation getting increasingly concerned. I'm just wondering. How normal is this with other countries says well they're just sort of this problem globally or is the US particularly bad the more the more industrialized the more industrialized society is the more likely you are to have these problems now? There are some countries particularly Israel in Singapore that have very aggressive systems for purifying the water for reasons unrelated to Necessarily health reasons but it's really for water scarcity reasons. They have a reason to do this. And there are some parts the United States and I talk about in a Chapter Orange County California which has made a decision to basically cle- ignore the EPA guidelines. Go Way above it and they demonstrate the fact that using known technologies at very reasonable prices you can have the safest drinking water. Possibly the pure water you'd think that Zoloft PROZAC or something. Everybody happy a little bit happier. Exactly so seth so private versus public water utilities. Tell us that the compare and contrast there okay so this was a piece that I wrote the other day for the Wall Street Journal and I want to. I want to highlight something that is completely unknown. Fact in American life even when I talked to members of Congress and the senators they have no idea. There's the case you would think rationally speaking fifty states. Oh maybe every state should have at least one and what are you telling maybe two maybe three so maybe there should be three hundred four hundred maybe five hundred. What are you toys United States tops? Even though you could say that when you could cover several states we have in the United States over fifty thousand. What are utilities one county Los Angeles County has two hundred separate water utilities? These are very tiny. They have no ability to have the financial wherewithal in order to get the financing that they need to make sure that they can in higher up to date Up that they can buy up-to-date technologies hire the most advanced scientists and engineers and also fix their broken infrastructure. Is Crazy Risi just real quick here. Who has the interest of keeping all of these smaller utilities open for utilities? Okay so no one of the Public Lisa. Nobody in the public should the second thing that this is a good idea. And it isn't a good idea. That's why one of the main thrust of my book talking about Public Health. Water is to say four big takeaways from my book. One of which is we must consolidate our drinking water utilities and by the way I a second point that I made in the journal Article is that it turns out that about fifteen percent of American. Utilities are in private hands which is investor owned hands whether they're public companies or private companies remarkably digging deep into EPA A health data which a couple of professors have done. You learn something remarkable. which is that although you would think that public utilities have the public's interest in mind actually we there's a much higher incidence of contaminated water in public utilities? And the reason for that is because mayors want to keep the price low and therefore the don't get the Outcomes you want set Siegel. Thanks for joining fascinating. Discussion set Siegel activist author member of the Council foreign relations author troubled water. What's wrong with with what we drink? That's coming October. I also author of let there be water. Israel solution for water start starved world. I am very interested in that Tom. Freidman near Times op-ed today on that the topic using the work of seth very

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"I'm becky quick. Along with Joe Kernan and Andrew. Ross sorkin first up the trade truce. Chinese officials are expected due to arrive in Washington today to finalize. What's called phase one in a deal between China and the US we could see a public signing ceremony or similar event on Wednesday? The White House is saying that won't happen and even sent out invitations before the weekend. So what's in the text of phase one. It's not public yet but we do have some expectations thanks to us. Business Leaders Operating China language about protections for Trade Secrets and purchase targets. China is expected to buy a total of two hundred billion dollars of US goods over two years. You also may see individual companies making specific business pledges. But what's not trickling out any details about enforcement who is monitoring that both route signs are sticking to what they said. Here's Joe and CNBC's reporter in Beijing Unison. Try to figure this out to eunice cut through all the all the stuff what one person says this is great protects American innovation creates a level playing field. Oh He's a White House spokesman and then someone from the Council Foreign Relations China is set to do little more than restore agricultural purchases says in the Wall Street Journal front page And offer some nice words serves on financial services and intellectual property. So I'm wondering whether this is all a face to I mean if we lead to it in face to do that. That's one thing but if we don't and we've cut GDP down to two percent. Basically I just wonder. That's the trade. War takes muted rooted toll. It's not horrible. It says here I mean most most of the obviously we're at new highs and a lot of companies are doing fine. Yeah you're not the only one wondering it Joe. Oh for sure. Yeah I mean even here to a lot of people within the business community. I mean they've been described in various ways to me. One of them was that it's a big nothing burger because they feel like a lot of these issues. And we've talked about this at length have been discussed in the past even back in May but but But I think that what people are I mean. People are hoping that at least it could put a truce in a band aid on on the situation at this point. But it's yeah it's it's difficult to see exactly where it's all going to lead the nothingburger like different than the impossible burger right but unison described described as a nothingburger. Is that on the Chinese side. They see this is not a big deal no I I haven't been able to talk to people on the Chinese side as to Exactly how this is going to go down but you know I think it's mainly in the US business community because there's some concern that. What from the Chinese perspective that there was a belief that the Chinese have been looking to to buy time right that The president and the vice premier had been looking to buy time and that That China was able to get that time and that and and then also within the US business communities there have been folks who who are have been again worried again about this enforcement mechanism that that one of the great strengths of the trump administration's approach has been to have a whole lot of leverage on the Chinese to try to present a united front for example to have the voice of the business community and to continue to push even if some of the people in the business community don't agree with you and actually can be hurt by your tariffs the trump administration was willing to put out that approach. A now with this the way that the phase one trade deal as is being detailed sailed it looks as though the enforcement mechanism. I'm much more comfortable ground for the Chinese because it means that individual companies than would have to go to the US government and as part of this mechanism and the Chinese any businessperson. Here would tell you is very good at dividing and conquering and and kind of picking and playing playing one side of another and kind of picking off individual companies and that's been the approach that has been very challenging for a lot of individual American companies and international companies generally to deal with so there's so so that's that's one of the things that that is of great is concerned. I think right now. Some news to bring you aways co-founder Steph. Corrie stepped aside as CEO of luggage company. Last month now says that decision was a mistake in an interview. She told me that she's decided to become co-ceo alongside Stewart Hazelton who is joining the company from Lululemon. Corey said that a way let inaccurate reporting influence time line of their transition plan. You might remember those. An article that went viral loose in the verge published last month of former employees accused her creating a toxic culture within the company. It had lots of different text messages from slack and other things in one example of Corey and told employees customer service team. Same couldn't submit vacation requests or couldn't work from home until these problems resolved Hazelton plans to start today said in a telephone interview. The Corey Corey was very selfless in trying to defuse the firestorm social media but just created a misconception that she was exiting the business which was never the intent. So that's that's a story we should say. The verge says that Steph Corey responding to our reporting at the time by saying her behavior and comments were wrong plain and simple and then choosing to step gap down as CEO speaks for itself. So I'm confused Steph. No Corey yeah not curry okay. Okay all right. I started listening and now I D- I don't know why did anyway. No I think the suggest this suggestion that the verge was making nevermind what is that. The reporting was accurate. Away Away Steph Steph. Cory Cory wrote a piece on the New York Times. We've had okay good now granted before this out fast growing fast startups in retail. Corey the Fox trying to create a new holiday the network launched an ad campaign urging people to stay home the day after the Super Bowl. I would encourage this. The ads launched during last night's divisional playoff game between Seattle and Green Bay Fox one super bowl viewers to stay up late after the game and watch. It's show the mast singer without having to worry about working the day after joining us right now is chose do hit writer for the New Yorker and author of the power of habit. Also got a podcast. You'd be talking about the podcasts as well how to with Charles Alex can't you it's Senior Technology reporter for Buzzfeed and the author of the upcoming Book Always Day One. Are you encouraging. Do you like the idea of the day after we all have to watch singer to get the day off. Do you have to. It's not tied. That's not part of the deal right to watch the show said say up you've got to watch passing or get the day off now taking time off. Yup We liked that but I love is that it used to be that the Church would create holidays. Now it's companies create new holidays. Hallmark has created something that's true hallmarks created lots of holidays if you remember breath when I was growing up black Friday after thanksgiving. That wasn't a thing that was like a creation of Amazon and other companies actually after two thousand and one to To to sort of create a new holiday gotTA stop to stop effing around and go to Sweden to four days. Our as I mean. Let's just let's just admit what we are lazy easy and just work four days a week and do is at six hours. Did you see that they went. It was a Tweeden sweetjames whatever. She is the prime minister. Wants to go to that. I'M GONNA ask you a different question because both of you have followed this and this is what's happening at Google or I should say alphabet. This is David. Drummond the chief legal officer of the company stepping down after all of these reports. All of this time is with everybody now out of Google. Meaning Larry Sergei. David is is it different company than it was even just six months ago. I mean this is an important fresh start hearing you speak to anybody at Google and they always end the conversation with. Why is David Drum? It's still there. I mean this was a real source of angst among Google employees that they said they were turning the page and they weren't going to be handing out anymore ninety million dollar settlements for or or payouts for people accused of sexual harassment and they have David drumming with a lot of skeletons in this closet or at least according.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We continue work all week to a Monday night. warm day today is gonna be a little nicer tomorrow but still gonna feel like summer I can take it I can take it because that just gives us one day closer one day closer next spring simple as that I am not a winter guy that is for sure okay we're going to open up a conversation about a topic that frankly not many of us. can be certain of at this point. the Democrats in Washington. hope. leave that they finally have Donald Trump where they want him. the allegation the concern of the leadership of the Democrats in Washington. is that Donald Trump may have made a fatal mistake. and he may have had a conversation. with the the president of the Ukraine on July twenty fifth and in that conversation president trump might have tried to pressure the president of the Ukraine to look more carefully at. what went on in the Ukraine during a pretty tumultuous period in that country's life. now I don't know the truth of this matter okay. I don't know what Donald I do know that there was a phone call. on July twenty fifth between our president and the president of Ukraine that is has been admitted it needed by everyone all right so we know that occurred. what was said how what was said we don't know I will tell you the name of volunteer. Zelinsky he's a guy who's the comedian and actually is not I guess that's what his would be like we we elected I don't know pick it pick a comedian you like we we elected up a comedian as president of the United States we elected don Rickles when don Rickles was so popular but this guy I guess is a reformer. and as a reformer president trump spoke to him newly elected president of Ukraine and there was some conversation. LA that revolved around Joe Biden. and his son. hunter Biden. there's a very long article. that I plowed through a couple of times which I have in front of me here in the New Yorker. we'll hunter Biden jeopardize his father's campaign this appeared in The New Yorker in July of this year a couple months ago. Joe Biden's son is under scrutiny for his business dealings and tumultuous personal life. this guy has an extraordinarily tumultuous life. in the article just giving a couple of of the the comment just to kind of set this up not trying to make judgments but news outlets on the right in mainstream media organizations including The New York Times have honed in on him him being hundred but. we're precinct old copper prizing old controversy over hunter's work for a bank for a lobbying firm in for a hedge fund in scrutinizing his business dealings in China in Ukraine. there is little question that huntress proximity to power shape the arc of his career and that as the former aide told me quote hunter is super rich terrain. but Donald J. trump and some of his allies in their eagerness to undermine Biden's candidacy and possibly to defeat to to deflect attention from their own ethical lapses have gone to extreme lengths promoting without evidence the dubious narrative that Biden used the office of the vice president to advance and protect his son's interests. okay so to that just gives you a little sense. all this. a lot of fuel was given to this argument. when Joe Biden appeared before. I guess was a council foreign relations. is that I believe was in New York and he talked about getting a prosecutor fired. in the Ukraine and basically held out as leverage for the firing of that prosecutor. one point two billion dollars in US aid this is Joe Biden in his own words. this is from two thousand eighteen he is no longer the vice president but he is recalling a moment when he was vice president and he basically. put his foot down. and it made it pretty clear that unless he got his way this prosecutor. would have to go. I remember going over convincing our team our search to convention and that we should be providing for loan guarantees that one over I guess the twelve thirty time two teams that and I was go supposed to announce that there is another billion dollar loan guarantee. and I got a commitment from portion co hand from yachts in Europe that they would take action against a state prosecutor and they did so they said they had a they walk out to Prescott Sena's and I'm not kidding or pro or we're not going to give you the billion dollars they said you have no authority you're not the president the president said I should call one. I'm telling you not get billion dollars I sent you not get.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:22 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We're talking about the most believed conspiracy theories in the United States. And the number one conspiracy theory is at forty seven percent. And I don't think you're ever going to stop this one from people believing that it's, it's real. Okay. And that is that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone in assassinating JFK, but I think that can go many places. Now, the Warren commission said he absolutely acted alone. But that's exactly what they want you to believe. I don't I I don't lose sleep on this and I could go either way and I'd be fine. But I'm not sure if we got the truth, but I, I would tend to fall on the Oswald acted alone. However, there were other people that may have aided in some way or another, even if they weren't connected to Oswald, because they're the did have so many enemies, Kennedy, at a lot of enemies, and they had a lot of power and so, but I don't consider myself a conspiracy theorist on JFK. Do you. Pretty close pretty close because really. Yeah. I think there was, you know, they've said there was nobody else he acted alone. That's what the Warren commission came out with. But I don't believe that. So is that is that conspiracy theory? I think somebody else had something to do with it. Whether it be the Russians or the mob again. Or LBJ. Let's say let's say was the Russians and the Cubans because they would have been the same thing at the time you know, I could see them winding him up. And saying, no, you should do this, or you should do that. But. Sending over another shooter or things like that. I just don't just all of the, the pruder film to me. Is seals it up. There wasn't a second shooter that opens it up for everybody else, but, you know. So somebody say and this is so dangerous with these digital fakes somebody told me the other day, have you seen this film? If you look, you will see that the driver actually Ben's down pick something, and it's a gun shoots. You don't believe that happened. You don't believe driver. No, I don't know. I don't ever I will tell you this guy with very high clearance. He was one of the first guys for the bay of pigs. He was there. He knew Bobby Kennedy. He knew John F Kennedy. And he knew chair he was the guy sent down by the CIA to represent the United States on chez Guevara on capturing him and killing him. And we're having a conversation in one of my podcasts and in the middle of it. He just comes out with this. Listen, Bobby Kennedy was different than his brother. He, he seemed like a decent guy when we were working the abrasions central Mario wizard teaming Costa, Rica, Nicaragua, Roman rates against KUA in sixty four sixty five liaison between on the for detto bringing on when the president was assassinated are. Winco see him in Washington, d I award bilking said my brother had begun de mafia. It was the last one. And what do you think? I think I don't think that it was Harvey Oswald. Earlier shooter, who Brody was a Q in the Cup them who was expert in shooting also flowing. Youngest lengthy day, ending documented, he living in front of blame for Mexico after in Asia, of course evening. Of freshman Cleveland, they need have information from the bureau of the Cuban participation on the association with depression, and they had for national security recent. That cone, relate q. Debating America president. They had no choice. What? Is that not incredible? I mean he has the name of the guy. Yeah. And said he was in Dallas at the time. Yeah, you could probably was like, and that was that was just a. Oh, yeah. By the way. I got the evidence. I don't know if that helps your credibility hurts your credibility. But thank you very much for sharing. Yeah. So now here's the second, biggest conspiracy theory that we that we believe in the United States. Twenty nine percent believe there is a notice of this believes there's a deep state working against the US, President Donald Trump and his supporters. Citing a conspiracy theory is it? I don't think I mean I believe that it just depends on how you if you're defining deep state as a star chamber, you're crazy. But if you believe that it is the. The old guard for instance the, the State Department. And if you believe that it's the State Department as part of it the, there's evidence that they did this to Truman over Israel. I mean, they got into a fight with him over Israel, and they almost took him out and they said they were going to, and I think there is there's clear evidence on many presidents. I mean, George Bush said to me in the Oval Office, don't worry, whoever sits behind that desk is going to be advised by the same people, and they're gonna give them the same options and they'll realize quickly that this the only thing they can do will. If you have that kind of power over any president, you're not going to give that up. Some guy comes in says, you know what? I'm listening to you. I don't care what you say. Of course. Course they're going to do everything they can to destroy that guy. Is that unreasonable to believe? No, I don't think so. But like you said, if you talk it up to the aluminum, or, you know, new world orders, stuff like the council of foreign relations that kind of stuff, then you're going to be here to be labeled a conspiracy. Theorist. But if it's just the old guard that's not as conspiracy theory. Now you've taken me down the road of the. Of the council foreign relations. Thinking. No. I mean I, I mean I don't believe the council of four. I don't know about the council foreign relations at this time, I just know the history, and that is exactly what they were supposed to do. They were supposed to take academia and the media and put them together. So they could teach the American people. How stupid they were and how much they needed these certain policies. Right. Right. So, so that is kind of beyond the that is kind of in the deep state category. It is. Yeah. I think so. So you right there. I guess, I guess with the deep state thing. The government hiding aliens. I don't believe, but I do think they know more. Nine eleven was an inside job. I don't believe that. But I do believe that Sandy Berger took some things out of his underpants. I sure would like to know what it was about right after nine eleven. Oh, absolutely. That. I mean, everybody knows that that's, that's not arrested. That's fact. Yeah. So what was he taking out? I sure it wasn't piece. Wasn't that both sides were in on that, that, that everybody wanted Clinton? Yeah. Uh-huh. Clinton and Bush. Yeah. Climate change is a hoax. I don't think climate change is a hoax. I think the solutions are a hoax. Aluminum secretly controls the world? No. I don't think so. But I do believe you believe. Right. No. All right. Yeah, the government is using Chem trails. No. And the Lynn moon landing was faked. No. So I guess. I mean I kind of. Kind of deep state, right? The top to kind of. Wow. What's for on the aliens? Aliens twenty-seven. But again, that's not thinking there's alien bodies being, you know. I would I would like to, you know what I'm gonna put together a poll on these things. But I'm gonna word them the way I would word them. The climate change is real. But climate is always changing. I don't believe the solutions. Currently proposed are about climate there about power. In nine eleven was not an inside job. However, there were those in power that didn't want to show relationships, and that's why Sandy Berger did what he did the government is not hiding aliens in area. Fifty one However, I believe, they know more about UFO's than they have let on. I mean, if you weren't them that way. Yeah, it's not really a conspiracy theory. Not to me. But I think most people would say, yes, yes, that's a conspiracy. I think if you don't believe the status quo. The, the Warren commission on, on JFK than you believe a conspiracy theory, isn't it? Do I want that one? I need to do. And if you don't believe that consensus on climate change your conspiracy, theorists. What, what you said is not. Okay. It's not. Okay. To believe that, yes. It's warmed but it's not catastrophic and, and it's not all man caused you have to believe all of those things you have to be in lockstep with the left. More your conspiracy theorist. Correct. And that's the problem with all of the I generally agree that these are conspiracy theories. However, there's nuance to each of those make me go. Well, I'm not really sure isn't being skeptical of the establishment line, shouldn't it be the liberals that would be the closest to that used to be mandatory. It was right. And for good reason, we started this conversation because of we're we're both watching Chernobyl, and it's really fantastic really testing. And two things. Come out one, the Russians are going to remake it themselves. They're really pissed at the way, we made that movie fairly for them. Didn't you? To. Yeah. That Gorbachev look good. Yeah. He did. He looked fine. I think the guy who I hated it. I the guy from the council I thought he looked really good. All of them are just working within the system that they, they didn't create. And if they would have done anything about that they all would have been executed. Yes. So I mean, what are you going to do in that system? But they're going to remake it and they're going to remake it as the CIA was the one who blew up her noble, which is ridiculous. So we started on that, and the other point on turnover if you watch it is the state is never wrong. And that's the difference between us and other countries like this. Former Soviet Union, you don't you don't have to believe what the state says you don't you don't. You're not shut down by the state. In fact, you become more skeptical. If the state tells you this is settled and we're not talking about it anymore. How, how did we get here to where it's, it's politically incorrect to question a government that has done all kinds of things in the last hundred years that have not been what we thought they were back in a minute..

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:45 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Welcome to the Glenn Beck program here. So we're talking about the most believed conspiracy theories in the United States. And the number one conspiracy theory is at forty seven percent. And I don't think you're ever going to stop this one from people believing that it's, it's real, and that is that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone in assassinating JFK by that can go many places. Now, the Warren commission said he absolutely acted alone. But that's exactly what they want you to believe. I don't I don't lose it. He sleep on this, and I could go either way and I'd be fine. But I'm not sure if we got the truth, but I, I would tend to fall on the Oswald acted alone. However, there were other people that may have aided in some way or another, even if they weren't connected to Oswald, because they're the did have so many enemies, Kennedy, had a lot of enemies, and they had a lot of power. And so, but I don't consider myself a conspiracy theorist on JFK. Do you. Pretty close pretty close because really there was. You know, they've said there was nobody else he acted alone. That's what the Warren commission came out with. But I don't believe that. So is that is that conspiracy theory, I think somebody else had something to do with it. Whether it be the Russians or the mob again, or let's say, let's say it was the Russians and the Cubans because they would have been the same thing at the time. I could see them winding him up. And saying, no, you should do this, or you should do that. But. Sending over another shooter or things like that. I just don't just all of the this uproot or film to me is seals it up. There wasn't a second shooter that opens it up for everybody else. But I saw somebody say, and this is so dangerous with these digital fakes somebody told me other day, have you seen this film? If you look, you will see that the driver actually bends down pick something, and it's a gun shoots. You don't believe it driver. Now, I don't know. I don't ever I will tell you this guy with very high clearance. He was one of the first guys for the bay of pigs. He was there. He knew Bobby Kennedy. He knew John F Kennedy. And he knew chair he was the guy sent down by the CIA to represent the United States on chez Guevara on capturing him and killing him. And we're having a conversation in one of my podcasts and in the middle of it. He just comes out with this. Listen Kennedy was different than his brother. He, he seemed like a he sent guy when we were working the abrasion Maria was her team in Costa, Rica, Nicaragua ruin rates against KUA sixty four sixty five. We were between the photo bringing on when the president was assassinated went to see him in Washington. D I award voting said my brother had begun new mafia. It was the last one with us. And what do you think I think that they don't think that it was Harvey Oswald? Shooter who Brody was acumen, the Cup them who was expert in shooting. Also spoke fluent English Cullen who was dollars day, ending documented he living in Mexico Saturday in Asia. Of course, even. Of Johnson Cleveland they need information bureau McEwen participation. And they had a for national security recent that relate you ahead participating destination for American president. They have no choice. Is that not incredible? He has the name of the guy. Yeah. And said he was in Dallas at the time. Yeah, you could probably. And that was that was just. Oh, yeah. By the way, I got the evidence. I don't know if that helps you credibility hurts your credibility. But thank you very much for sharing. So now here's the second biggest conspiracy theory that we that we believe in the United States twenty nine percent believe there is a Nelson. This believes there's a deep state working against the US President Donald Trump and his supporters. Of conspiracy theory, is it? I don't believe that it just depends on how you if you're defining deep state as a star chamber, you're crazy. But if you believe that it is the. The old guard for instance the, the State Department. And if you believe that it's the State Department as part of it, there's evidence that they did this to Truman over Israel. I mean, they got into a fight with him over Israel, and they almost took him out and they said they were going to, and I think there is there's clear evidence on many presidents. I mean, George Bush said to me in the Oval Office, don't worry, whoever sits behind that desk is going to be advised by the same people, and they're gonna give them the same options and they'll realize quickly that it's the only thing they can do. Well, if you have that kind of power over any president, you're not going to give that up. Some guy comes in and says, you know what? I'm not listening to you. I don't care what you say, of course, they're going to do everything they can to destroy that guy. Is that unreasonable to believe? No, I don't think so. But like you said, if you talk it up to the aluminum body, or, you know, new world order stuff like the council of foreign relations that kind of stuff, then you're going to be here to be labeled a conspiracy. Theorist. But if it's just the old guard conspiracy theory. Now you've taken me down the road of the of the council foreign relations. Thinking. No. I mean, I don't believe the council of I don't know about the council foreign relations at this time, I just know the history, and that is exactly what they were supposed to do. They were supposed to take academia and the media and put them together. So they could teach the American people. How stupid they were and how much they needed these certain policies. Right. Right. So, so that is kind of beyond that is kind of in the deep state category. It is. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. So I guess, I guess with the deep state thing. The government hiding aliens. I don't believe, but I do think they know more nine eleven was an inside job. I don't believe that. But I do believe that Sandy Berger took some things out of his underpants. I sure would like to know what it was about, right? After nine eleven. Oh, absolutely. I mean everybody knows that. Arrested. That's fact. Yeah. So what was he taking out? Piece. Wasn't that both sides were in on that, that everybody wanted Clinton and Bush? Yeah. Uh-huh. Clinton and Bush. Yeah. Climate change is a hoax. I don't think climate change is a hoax. I think the solutions are a hoax. Aluminum secretly controls the world? No, I don't think so. But I do believe you believe right. No. All right. Yeah, the government is using Chem trails. No. And the lint moon landing was faked. No, so I guess I mean I kind of kind of deep state. Right. So to kind of allergies. And. Wow. What's the aliens? Aliens twenty-seven. But again, that's not thinking there's alien bodies being, you know, I would I would like to, you know what I'm gonna put together a poll on these things. But I'm gonna word them the way I would wear them. The climate change is real, but climate is always changing. I don't believe the solutions. Currently proposed are about climate there about power. In nine eleven was not an inside job. However, there were those in power that didn't want to show relationships, and that's why Sandy Berger did what he did the government is not hiding aliens in area. Fifty one however. I believe they know more about UFO's than they have let on. I mean, if you weren't them that way. Yeah, it's not really a conspiracy theory. Not to me, but I think most people would say, yes, that's a conspiracy. I think if you don't believe the status quo. The, the Warren commission on, on JFK then you believe a conspiracy theory isn't that kind of do that? And if you don't believe that consensus on climate change your conspiracy theorist what, what you said is not. Okay. It's not okay. To believe that yes, it's warmed but it's not catastrophic and, and it's not all man caused you have to believe all of those things you have to be in lockstep with the left or your conspiracy. Theorist. Correct. And that's the problem with all of the I generally agree that these are conspiracy theories, however, there's nuance to each of those go. Well, I'm not really. Sure, right, and isn't being skeptical of the establishment, line, shouldn't, it be the liberals that would be the closest to that are used to be mandatory. It was. And for good reason we started this conversation because we're we're both watching her noble, and it's really fantastic. Really? Fantastic and two things. Come out one, the Russians are going to remake it themselves. They're really pissed at the way we made that movie which I fairly for them. Too. Yeah. Gorbachev, look good. Yeah. He did you look fine. I think the guy who I hated it. I the guy from the council. I thought he looked really good. All of them are just working within the system that they, they didn't create. And if they would have done anything about that they all would have been executed. Yes. So I mean, what are you going to do in that system? But they're going to remake it and they're going to remake it as the CIA was the one who, who blew up for noble, which is ridiculous. So we started on that. And the other point on turnover if you watch it is the state is never wrong. And that's the difference between us and other countries like this. Former Soviet Union, you don't you don't have to believe what the state says you don't you don't. You're not shut down by the state. In fact, you become more skeptical. If the state tells you this is. Settled and we're not talking about it anymore. How did we get here to where it's is the lyrically incorrect to question a government that has done all kinds of things in the last hundred years that have not been what we thought.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:59 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"He called the brotherhood of death and that in the following year eight. Eighteen thirty three that was incorporated new heavy Haven, Connecticut as Russell trust. And that every year since for the last two hundred ninety six years and every generation and every year since fifteen members of this secret society had been infiltrated and inculcate it into the system in the United States, and in particular the educational system. So the graduate the very people who did not want United States to be born in the first place wanted it to be an abortion. They didn't succeed. So what they had been succeeding is doing is preparing a amenable. How do I say a society that would now gradually be overtaken from the inside out down to including our present day in which very recently. We had George. W Bush, and Mr John Kerry, both members of secrets fame secret society because they cover both sides of the game. And they were both supposedly playing out this charade of being against one another for presidential election. Do you have any comments about that place are generally call? Thank you. Yeah. Thank you. What what you're describing is I think really fits in. Well with what we talked about earlier without him. Why shot because that kind of a little known society, and skull and bones, which you alluded to the W Bush, and John Kerry, and so many other powerful people out there Rhodes scholars there's so many of these groups I in more recent times things like the trilateral commission, and obviously the council foreign relations. If you speculate that there is an alumina type of organization over all of it. Then you would have people in in into. The Russell trust and to Rhodes scholars and skull and bones at unbeknownst each other maybe working for the same group above them in some kind of demented pyramid scheme. So that that really fits in. Well, really with any some kind of whatever conspiratorial shenanigans going on. Thanks for the call. Let's say hi to Troyes in Norfolk Virginia on the wildcard line. Joy. Good morning. Very very good program. Tonight, two things. I'm wondering about Amerigo Vespucci. I'm beating he's nine amount of the. Ships coming over here. And to me, he wasn't getting his money money were of when you return, so the names and land after him, but. My one question when we didn't have any intention of Rena say where did the idea come with after this neighbor, freed forty acres and a mule came in? Yeah. Well, I think that was thanks for the question. Yeah. I don't I don't quite go back as far as the day. That'll be the next book other the prequel prequel to it or whatever even older conspiracies. But yeah, the forty acres and a mule certainly was a kind of like the broken treaties with the American Indian. So that the US government, obviously, their word is never been good in situations. Like that and yeah, that was certainly that's that's just just part of the bitter legacy. Of the aftermath of the civil war because you had reconstruction, and you had promises made really unrealistic promises made to the freed slave. And that was certainly the most popular one way, I believe, I guess Malcolm X made a big deal about it that later, and I can understand being bitter about it. But certainly a no one got there for meal. So it was just yet. Unfortunately, a broken homes. Join thank you for the call. The articles of confederation versus the US constitution. Obviously, the the US constitution was adopted. But which article you think was or document rather was closer to what the founding fathers. Imagine the United States should become. Well. Certainly the constitution. I take it in my opinion. I think it crafted the most perfect form of government imaginable. But in my heart tells me also that the the people I truly admired people like Patrick Henry who said he smelled a rat. You know for the constitutional convention. They seem to side with the articles of confederation. I think it was more of a loose confederation of states. And I think central government had even less power under that. And I think without the without the Bill of rights. I think the constitution that had any kind of it kind of impacted had is kind of just a fantastic concept, but the Bill of rights was crucial there in people like Patrick Henry, George Mason, especially if one of the forgotten zoning fathers university, it's my neck of the woods out here, but they were instrumental in getting the Bill of rights that it because of that the Bill of rights really our rights were not protected under the constitution. So my heart probably would go with the. Articles confederation. But the constitution. It's hard to argue. If it was actually followed by leaders, which rarely has been especially since the civil war. It would be about as good governance. I think man has ever devised, and what you say to those scholars who sit who say that the the the US constitution needs to be updated and revised that, it's living and breathing document. Don't like that school of thought at all don't like it at all. Because. You know, when they say updated, the people look at the people who want to update it, and you can see okay, what is their philosophy? What is their perspective? I think than what they're talking about updating. They're talking about creeping, social Justice warriors and type of stuff into it. More state power, the idea of hate speech and things like that which you know, hate the you can't have free of freedom of speech with any concept of hate speech because hate is in the eye of the holder. So you either have free speech or you don't have it in one of those things I discovered while writings, but I didn't even know it. But then most people know that the old the old fire in a crowded theatre restriction on free speech. Didn't come about until World War One. When the great again, that's great hero. Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote the the decision for the supreme court to justify the suppression of free speech during World War One under Woodrow Wilson. So most people most Americans, I don't think they kind of take that with inherited. No it wasn't. And no one thought of that until World War One when they were trying to crush dissent. What would the founding fathers think about the the first amendment in in where we're at with free speech today? I would I would hope they'd be outraged again other than what they expected of Alexander. Hamilton would probably be cool with it. But the rest of I think certainly Jefferson would it be as Krista the outrage, and they certainly would not have understood the concept of hate speech. I rant and rave about that constantly. And maybe the only one nominal on the left that is still doing that. But I don't think you can have free speech when you come up with something called hate speech. They certainly wouldn't like the free speech zones that we've seen crops and son eleven and things like that. I I don't think I don't think the founding of the very pleased with any that our government is done this war. But it's certainly especially a lasted years or so. First time caller line. Bear is in Durham, North Carolina bear good morning. Welcome to coast. Hey, how you doing? Well, thank you. Good question is this. So we're talking about Lincoln Lincoln. The only corn is like copper. We we get leaking as the. For you the slaves, but he's not great was late because he was a all complexion. He was a more descent. So I think he'd be laid because he was like. Well, that's a new one on me too on. Did you wanna comment on that? I guess I've heard that he was he was called derogatory names like that. He's certainly a lot by his opponents. I don't know that he was it was ever insinuated that he was part black. Maybe it was appointed certainly came up with lots of names from that is interesting that I never really thought about why why the the penny is the only one that's made a copper, I don't know that it has any racial significance. But you bring up an interesting point. We what about the the second amendment the state of the second amendment. I mean, we seem to go back and forth on this. What what the founding fathers meant by a well armed the right to bear arms to provide for a well, armed militia. And that seems to be the crucial point. What did they mean by a well, armed militia, the citizens or an actual organized almost like a, you know national guard. Well, I think that I published a lot of quotes from the founding fathers on this. And I think it's I wish they had been a little more. Clear certainly they provided a little more specific detail what they meant by the second amendment, but it certainly in their arguments, and I provide a lot of the quotes, look,.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on WTVN

"Him why shop because that kind of a little known society, and skull and bones, which you alluded to with W Bush, and John Kerry, and so many other powerful people out there Rhodes scholars there's so many of these groups I in more recent times things like the trilateral commission, obviously the council foreign relations. If you speculate that there is an aluminum die type of organization over all of it. Then you would have people in in into the Russell trust and to Rhodes scholars and skull and bones at unbeknownst each other maybe working for the same group above them in some kind of demented pyramid scheme. So that that really fits in. Well, really with any some kind of whatever conspiratorial shenanigans going on. Thanks for the call. Let's say hi to Troyes in Norfolk Virginia on the wildcard line. Troy. Good morning. Very very good program. Tonight, two things. I would wondering about Amerigo Vespucci giving I'm gonna be he's nine the trips coming over here. And to me he wasn't getting his money the money were of when he return. So the needs that land after him. But my one question when we didn't have any Indian tensions of Reema say where did the idea come with after this neighbor, freed forty agents in new came in. Yeah. Well, I think that was thanks for the question. Yeah. I I don't I don't quite go back as far as the that'll be the next book, although the prequel prequel to it or whatever even older conspiracies. But yeah, the forty acres and a mule certainly was kind of like the the broken treaties with the American Indian. So that the US government, obviously, their their word is never been good in situations. Like that and yeah that was certainly that's that's just part of the bitter legacy. Of the aftermath of the civil war because you had reconstruction, and you had promises maybe really unrealistic promises made to the freed slaves, and that was certainly the most popular one, I believe, I guess Malcolm X made a big deal about it that later, and I can understand being bitter about it. But certainly no one got there for a meal. So it was just yet. Unfortunately, a broken problems. Join thank you for the call. The articles of confederation versus the US constitution. Obviously, the the US constitution was adopted. But which article you think was or document rather was closer to what the founding fathers imagined the United States should become. Well. Certainly the constitution. I take it in my opinion. I think is crafted the most perfect form of government imaginable. But it my heart tells me also that the the people I truly admired people like Patrick Henry who said he smelled a rat. You know, for the country show convention, they seem to side with the articles of confederation. I think it was more of a loose kind of confederation of states. And I think central government had even less power under that. And I think without the without the Bill of rights. I think the constitution that had any kind of the kind of impacted head is kind of just a fantastic concept, but the Bill of rights was crucial there in people like Patrick Henry, George Mason, especially it was one of the forgotten founding fathers and universities my neck of the woods out here. But they were instrumental in getting the Bill of rights at it. Because without the Bill of rights, really, our rights were not protected under the constitution. So my heart probably would go with the. The articles confederation. But the constitution it's hard to argue with. It was actually followed by our leaders, which rarely has been especially since the civil war. It would be about as good governance. I think man has ever devised, and what you say to those scholars who who say that the the the US constitution needs to be updated and revised that, it's living and breathing document. Don't like that school of thought at all don't like it at all. I guess. You know, when they say updated, the people didn't look at the people who wanna update, and you can see okay, what is their philosophy? What is their perspective? I think than when they're talking about updating. They're talking about creeping, social Justice warriors and type of stuff into it. More state power, the idea of hate speech and things like that which you know, hate you. You can't have free of freedom of speech with any concept of hate speech because hate is in the eye of the holder. So you either have free speech or you don't have it in one of the one of those things I ever while writings, but I didn't even know it. But then most people know that the old the old fire in a crowded theatre restriction on free speech. Didn't come about until we're in we're one when the great again, that's great here. All of the Wendell Holmes wrote the. The decision for the supreme court to justify the suppression of free speech during World War One under Woodrow Wilson. So most people most Americans, I don't think.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on KTRH

"I think really fits in. Well, with what we talked about earlier without him why shop because that kind of a little known society, and skull and bones, which you alluded to the W Bush, and John Kerry, and so many other powerful people out there Rhodes scholars there's so many of these groups I in more recent times things like the trilateral commission, obviously the council foreign relations. If you speculate that there is an I type of organization over all of it. Then you would have people in in into the. The Russell trust and to Rhodes scholars and skull and bones at unbeknownst each other maybe working for the same group above them in some kind of demented pyramid scheme. So that that really fits in. Well, really with any some kind of whatever conspiratorial shenanigans going on. Thanks for the call. Let's say hi to Troyes in Norfolk Virginia on the wildcard line. Troy. Good morning. Very good program. Tonight, two things I would warning about Amerigo Vespucci. I'm gonna be he's nine of the. Coming over here and me he wasn't getting his money. The money were of the return. So the need that land after him. But my one question when he didn't have any intentions of Rena say where did the idea come win after his neighbor free forty agents in the new came in. Yeah. I think that was thanks for the question. Yeah. I I don't I don't quite go back as far as this day. That'll be the next book, although the prequel prequel to it or whatever you can older conspiracies. But yeah, the forty acres and a mule certainly was a kind of like the the broken treaties with the American Indians that the US government, obviously their word is never been good in situations. Like that and yeah, that was certainly that's just just part of the bitter legacy. Of the aftermath of the civil war because you had reconstruction, and you had promises maybe unrealistic promises made to the freed slave, and that was certainly the most popular one, I believe, I guess, Malcolm X, you know, made a big deal about it that way later not gonna understand being bitter about it. But certainly no one got there for a meal. So it was just yet. Unfortunately, a broken problems. Join thank you for the call. The articles of confederation versus the US constitution. Obviously, the the US constitution was adopted. But which article you think was or document rather was closer to what the founding fathers imagined the United States should become. Well. Certainly the constitution. I take it in my opinion. I think is crafted the most perfect form of government imaginable. But it my heart tells me also that the the people I truly admired people like Patrick Henry who said he smelled a rat. You know, for the country show convention, they seem to side with the articles of confederation. I think it was more of a loose kind of confederation of states. And I think if central government had even less power under that, and I think without the without the Bill of rights. I think the constitution that had any kind of it kind of impacted had is a kind of just a fantastic concept, but the Bill of rights was crucial there in people like Patrick Henry, George Mason, especially one of the forgotten founding fathers and universities my neck of the woods out here. But they were instrumental in getting the Bill of rights at it. Because without the Bill of rights, really, our rights were not protected under the constitution. So. Yeah. On my heart. Probably would go with the. The articles confederation. But the constitution it's hard to argue with if it was actually followed by leaders, which rarely has been especially since the civil war. It would be about as good governance. I think man has ever devised, and what you say to those scholars who who say that the the the US constitution needs to be updated and revised that it's leaving and breathing document. Don't like that school of thought at all go, I get it. All. You know, when they say updated, the people just look at the people who wanna update, and you can see okay, what is their philosophy? What is their perspective? I think than what they're talking about updating. They're talking about creeping, social Justice warriors and type of stuff into it. More state power, the idea of hate speech and things like that. Which, you know, hey, you you can't have free of freedom of speech with any concept of hate speech because hate is in the eye of the holder. So you either have free speech where you don't have it and one of the one of those things I discover while writings bike, I didn't even know it. But then most people know that the old the old fire in a crowded theatre restriction on free speech. Didn't come about until World War One. When the great again, great here all the Wendell Holmes strike wrote.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Trump accomplishments. Are let me give you a Donald Trump accomplishment. That is not in the list that we've been taking his accomplishments. Over the past few shows on the Washington Examiner. That's because the media is not telling you any of Donald Trump's accomplice, you ready for this Donald Trump's in Vietnam right now. And well, I don't know if he's left the left the country, but he was in Vietnam, and he was meeting with of course, the North Korean nuke armed guy and Kim what's his name there? And and they were supposed to hammer out some kind of deal whereby there be no more nukes and North Korea. Are they put a lid on? It would make North Korea helped them become an economic superpower. But aside from that aside from that something like ninety percent of the Vietnamese people love America and love Donald Trump, and they were waving American flags and cheering. There was no protest of anything in the streets about Donald Trump. And he hammered out some trade deals with North Vietnamese this. This is incredible. Are you hearing anything in zombie media about that? Now, you're hearing is former attorney Michael Cohen who's always looked highly suspect. I remember when he was on TV a lot during the run-up to the election two thousand fifteen sixteen and he was all pro Donald Trump all the time. And he just looked like a snake total snake. But anyway. All the media wants you to know is that is is testifying. And he's he's he's he's exposing Donald Trump for the thief that everybody knows him to be cheating, a liar and the womanizer. So far, not one crime nothing. But of course, the Democrats are trying to paint as if there's just amazing crime here this being outed Mississippi. We're well on the way to impeachment. Let's talk about that for a second. I'm going to get back into his Antwerp thing. It's over in Europe. I I don't know whether it'll be over in America or not, but what they're doing. This was the plan all along they were bringing they George Soros bigtime financing this. But this was Hussein Obama many people that you've never heard of before names, you would know gazillion years not that I know them either. But these are, you know, council foreign relations beeps beef starts with an F and all of the the one world. The United Nations types is the one world a new world government. Order type people have been moving population around freely. Because they have power to do. So and they've been moving population out of the crappiest parts of the world just crap all straight up crap halls and they've been moving into first world countries. And they've been doing it on steroids since Hussein Obama infested, the White House and Angela Merkel has been part of this as well big-time hugely. So and they've been doing this with the intent to bring down the first world to bring somewhat up to third world, but to pretty much spread the misery around through global socialism. That's what this entire process has been about. And you've even heard some of them. So well, let me some growing parents growing pains, you kidding me is in the streets of LA, San Francisco, that's pretty much the same operation going on. But anyway. The the democrat party. I won't talk about that for a second. Now, it's obvious to we the thinking. But and I don't know if I'm gonna hit all the points. This is kind of ad-lib off the top. But did you ever think you'd see a party America that that keep in mind when you hear democrat party, they're just using democrat party as a brand it's the Democrats socialist party, the Democrats, call themselves Democrats as a brand the Kamala Harris says the Cory booker's a Bernie Sanders calls himself, a democrat. But anyway, he ran as a democrat last camera. It's a brand. And what they really are what they really are. This is huge again. I never thought I'd see this in my lifetime. I mean, it's not that. I thought about it until I won't see it. It's that the keep doing things that you go. Well, we're debt come from just alone a baby straight out of the birth canal. That means out of the woman that carried the baby for nine months. A perfectly healthy baby perfectly healthy. Now at one point. I thought maybe they meant still attached to the umbilical quarter. I don't know if not, but the perfectly healthy baby can be murdered now that there's no look at that. It's not a boarded. But they say that's what they're calling it. The democrat party voted against stopping that happening in our United States, Congress the democrat party, how do you excuse something like that just that alone? Just that alone. And more people need to be saying this. So that people that aren't aware of this or maybe are aware of it and aren't aware of how shocking it is. Because they've been dumbed down by a government processing center, where they were indoctrinating you calling an education and they've been dumbed down to our they'd be walking up one hundred percent. They're walking around in a coma. If they don't see that. This is horrific. You can't excuse this. This isn't something you can say, well, it's a difference of opinion. No, no, it's not it's it's abject murder. It straight up evil. You could call it human sacrifice. And it really is. It's human sacrifice in two thousand nineteen when they were doing human sacrifice in South America, though, the Aztecs demise. Whatever the hell was going on there. The doing a sacrificing children a Bob back in the I. The Old Testament days. Do you think that they thought does this is oh, this is horrible with to stop this? There were people that did. But this was a norm too, many people, and they thought of as a norm as much as these clowns in the democrat side think that it's a norm. Now that doesn't mean anything to the people that support this and the people that support this by in large supports socialism, socialism never ever values human life because socialism is godless is godless. And if you need proof of that, I I heard I think bet played this on this show. Just did it before where at the last democrat convention. But anyway, amendment do any one of the shows I heard here they actually played that go round where the mayor of Los Angeles at the time was on stage. And they were they were voting got out. They gave him three shots at a vote. All those in favor say, I'll those posts and each time. It was shocking. They said, okay. It's resolutions carry whatever it was. And that was that God will be left out of our party. Any mention of God any mention any support of God will be left out of the democrat party that was up their convention. Well, that makes sense doesn't it? With this new push toward murdering people. Now, you say that it's murder at any stage of pregnancy. I I give you that. I'm I'm on. I'm on your side. I'm just saying did you ever in your life think it would be so? We would not that. We got dumbed down to that such that we accepted it because many people who've been here since the seventies.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on KGO 810

"Are other human beings that use the sidewalk. It's. All right. So while you try and stay dry. Coming up in about two hundred twenty five thirty minutes. Gale tomato lemon cheese from the council foreign relations. He's here on CNN all the time. She's spent extensive amounts of time in Syria is gonna join us to discuss. What happened yesterday in Syria, and what the way forward looks like I want to start with the PG and E bankruptcy. Why the way we are also in day twenty seven of the shutdown in hanging out who's shutdown is it again. Who's who's shutdown is this is the Trump shutdown? It's it's the Trump and now McConnell since he won't take a vote. This is what he said, it's his I will be the one to shut it down. I'm not gonna blame you for the last time you shut it down. It didn't work. I will take the mantle of shutting down. Okay. So it's the Trump shutdown. Lest we forget day twenty-seven. We'll talk about that a little bit later in the show as well. But PG bankruptcy. There's a lot happening around this. I just want. I wanna keep reiterating. This I hear other people talk about it. And I'm seeing things out there. And I just wanna make it very very clear chapter eleven bankruptcy. The court will do everything in its power to make sure that customers are not interrupted in service, and that employees get paid unlike the Republicans in federal workers, the to- stop don't you don't have to worry about that. Just put it out of your mind. If you work for P, you're going to be okay. Okay, chapter eleven is not selling off the assets, it is reorganizing debt. The one of the last things they ever touch your things like pensions. So that just that is one of the last thing you have to worry about you will almost guarantee almost guaranteed. You'll have your job you'll get paid and customers will get their electricity and their natural gas. So just get over that part of it. Okay. However, San Francisco supervisors are looking. Ed, acquiring the PGA assets in the city, and they're claiming that there unexpected budget surplus that they seem to have that they're calling a windfall. I hate that word when it comes to things like tax revenue in a it's not a windfall. It's just it's a surplus. But mayor Linda breed and other city officials are skeptical that they wanna use fifty million dollars of that money as a down payment on PG electrical transmission equipment, so they can reduce their reliance on the problematic utility. I. You've heard me say this. I am one hundred percent against keeping PG any as it is today. So I am one of the people who says it's time to break it up, and that's figure out a new path. And there are examples, and I've given them to you many times. One of the best examples is Texas of all places, they have a quasi governmental agency that handles transmission lines. And then you have wholesale producers of electricity, and you have retail providers. And you the consumer have choice and get to say things like I want seventy five percent renewable energy today. And I'll pay this price. I want one hundred percent renewable energy today. And I'll pay this price. I want fifty percent renewable energy today. And it's this price. It's really really easy. And I like this company because they use more solar. I like this company because they use more hydro. And now you actually have choice in the matter. What a concept. Holy macaroni. What an idea, and we tried it for six seconds and Enron screwed us. And then we said we're going to give up on that. And it led to a previous PG any bankruptcy. The total went this. Because there was a third party player in there that was screwing everybody and they were criminal in their actions. And we know that because the CEO and the CFO went to prison over it. But the city has an excess property tax revenue. According to this report in the chronicle in county education fund, four hundred fifteen million dollars. Half. The money must go toward baseline contributions. That's things like damn ta after those allocations the mayor and the board of supervisors have a hundred and eighty five million dollars to distribute. As they see fit. That's what they get elected to do. I kinda liked this idea. Supervisor Peskine said he asked control the Rosenfield to determine whether any portion of the baseline contributions could also be used toward moving the city away from PGN toward a public power system. Look at Austin, Texas is a public power system. It's very successful. We have numerous examples around the bay area. Right here, we have examples so you can look out for for various ones, you can look local for other ones. I'm just going to tell you though, even the local ones still have ridiculously high electricity rates. I I do not understand how people here don't get. How expensive electricity is? It's it's ridiculous. How expensive it is? And I'm gonna tell you in just a moment why it's so expensive in why PG part of the reason they're in the financial bind there in is. Because of us. We have made them the core of.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on KGO 810

"Get there are other human beings that use the sidewalk it's. All right. So. Wow. You why you try and stay dry. Coming up in about two hundred twenty five thirty minutes. Gale Tacoma, Mon cheese from the council foreign relations. You see on CNN all the time. She's spent extensive amounts of time in Syria is going to join us to discuss. What happened yesterday in Syria, and what the way forward looks like I want to start with the PG and E bankruptcy. Why the way we are also in day twenty seven of the shutdown in hanging who's shutdown is it again. Who's who's shutdown is this is the Trump shutdown? It's the it's the Trump and now McConnell since he won't take a vote. This is what he said, it's his I will be the one to shut it down. I'm not gonna blame you for the last time you shut it down. It didn't work. I will take the mantle of shutting down. So it's the Trump shutdown. Lest we forget day twenty seven we'll talk about that a little bit later in the show as well. But PG bankruptcy there. There's a lot happening around this. I just want. I wanna keep reiterating. This I hear other people talk about it. And I'm seeing things out there. And I just want to make it very very clear chapter eleven bankruptcy. The court will do everything in its power to make sure that customers are not interrupted in service, and that employees get paid unlike the Republicans in federal workers, don't stop don't you don't have to worry about that. Just put it out of your mind. If you work for PG, you're going to be okay. Okay, chapter eleven is not selling off the assets, it is reorganizing debt. The one of the last things they ever touch your things like pensions. So that I just did is one of the last thing you have to worry about you will almost guaranteed almost guaranteed. You'll have your job you'll get paid and customers will get their electricity and their natural gas. So just get over that part of it. Okay. However, San Francisco supervisors are looking. Ed, acquiring the PGA assets in the city, and they're claiming that they're unexpected budget surplus that they seem to have that they're calling windfall. I hate that word when it comes to things like tax revenue. It's not a windfall. It's just it's a surplus. But mayor Linda breed another city officials are skeptical that they wanna use fifty million dollars of that money as a down payment on PG electrical transmission equipment, so they can reduce their reliance on the problematic utility. I just. You've heard me say this. I am one hundred percent against keeping genie as it is today. So I am one of the people who says it's time to break it up, and let's figure out a new path. And there are examples, and I've given them to you many times one of the best examples is taxes of all places. They have a quasi governmental agency that handles transmission lines. And then you have wholesale producers of electricity, and you have retail providers. And you the consumer have choice and get to say things like, hey, I want seventy five percent renewable energy today. And I'll pay this price. I one hundred percent renewable energy today. And I'll pay this price. I want fifty percent renewable energy today. And it's this price. It's really really easy. And I like this company because they use more solar. I like this company because they use more hydro. And now you actually have choice in the matter. What a concept. Holy macaroni. What an idea, and we tried it for six seconds and Enron screwed us. And then we said, oh, we're going to give up on that. And it led to a previous PG any bankruptcy. The total went this. Because there was a third party player in there that was screwing everybody and they were criminal in their actions. And we know that because the CEO and the CFO went to prison over it. But the city has an excess property tax revenue. According to this report in the chronicle in county education fund, four hundred fifteen million dollars half the money must go toward baseline contributions. That's things like damn ta after those allocations the mayor and the board of supervisors have a hundred and eighty five million dollars to distribute as they see fit. That's what they get elected to do. I kinda like this idea. Supervisor Peskine said he asked control the Rosenfield to determine whether any portion of the baseline contributions could also be used toward moving the city away from PG toward a public power system. Look at Austin, Texas is a public power system. It's very successful. We have numerous examples around the bay area. Right here, we have examples so you can look out for for various ones, you can look local for other ones. I'm just going to tell you though, even the local ones still have ridiculously high electricity rates. I I do not understand how people here don't get. How expensive electricity is? It's it's ridiculous. How expensive it is? And I'm gonna tell you in just a moment why it's so expensive in why PG part of the reason they're in the financial bind there in is. Because of us. We have made them the core of.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'm not interested in. I'm interested in reality on news ninety five five and AM seven fifty WSB. So we're talking about. Alexandra or KC Cortes. With cooper. Anderson Cooper, always gives me. To talking about how it's not important. If her facts are precisely correct. So saying that the Pentagon had twenty one trillion extra dollars lying around to pay for all her social programs was a mere trifle. And that her basic point is true. Which is she has the moral high ground that even I might have actually said that. Yes, she said because she's morally correct morally, correct? Now, how do you know what your morals are? If you don't know what reality is. So I'm a hardcore libertarian, my favorite libertarian thinker foundational economists of all time at this point in my life is Ludvig von amici's. He is philosophy is called tracks. Geology. It's the way things work the way things actually work. So if people are rational or quasi rational or mostly rational or irrational, it matters. And that's how you have to look at the world. How does the world actually work? And how do you know, how the world actually works by observation observation so you can do it a direct observation and psychology and sociology are there to tell you you cannot trust the the evidence of your own is they try to neutralize direct observation. And then what people tell you secondhand stuff to the media politicians whenever the fact people the scientists. So when those people tell you stuff that isn't true. Why are they just wrong are they inducing it incorrectly? Are they getting information or are they trying to serve an agenda? So she saying something like that. She doesn't have the real answer. Right. She doesn't have the real answer of where the twenty one trillion dollars is gonna come. From. What why doesn't she care about that? Because she has an agenda and the agenda is in my opinion power. Yeah. It's worth noting that she is a highly trained activists she was in multiple exclusive programs beginning from when she was in high school. So she does know what she's doing? And I agree. It's power to pull the Democrats further and further to the left and her backstory similar to Stacey Abrams, and you know, the power Stacey Abrams serves she is on the council foreign relations. She didn't she. Thank George Soros in her book. Yeah. She thinks her book yet her followers would refuse to believe that Soros-funded her. But he, but they might not even mind, you know, he's getting rehabilitated. But I the point, you know. Yes, that that is true that this is she engages in the art of manipulation I want to replay that clip that we did after this break because got coming up on heartbreak. But I also want when we first started talking about her. It was in response to a tweet. Do you think she's as dumb? She sounds or is she. Clever like a FOX, and she answers that question will play that. In her own words on.

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"council foreign relations" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"council foreign relations" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"This was a major turning point in the history of pure, listen, but the history of white supremacy. But of course, that backfire December eighth nineteen forty one. When Japan moves to else one been from Singapore and Hong Kong and its other colonies in Asia. And in fact, you cannot separate the decline of the Mayes of the British empire from that wrong headed decision. And so interestingly enough it was over forty five years ago. Richard Nixon made what was called the stroke of genius. When he worked this on with China leading to massive foreign direct investment in China. And now creating appears to be an unstoppable juggernaut the impacting US foreign policy all across the board. Not only with regard to what we've already mentioned concerning Syrian of ghanistan DPRK, but. Africa recalled the speech, the John Bolton national security advisor gave us weeks ago days ago, where he reversed the Trump campaign pledge on slashing foreign aid by talking about raising for eight to Africa direct response to China's role in Africa, the financing of the museum of blocks. Liz -ation in Dakar Senegal, the building of a massive world class library at the university of DAR Salaam in Tanzania and south east and Africa, a direct outgrowth of China's just or even if you think about a carefully. The fact the Disney invested so heavily in this movie. Black Panther in some ways was responsible. The fact that the largest cinema market today is insurance and one of China's box office winners in the pre Lee pre lose to the opening of Black Panther was wolf war warrior to which takes place. In an African fixing African country, many ways more militantly anti racist than black pepper and did better in the buffalo by some of course, Black Panthers made over big and Dulles. So this rise of China is one of the most important events of this year and indeed of the century. And what's ironic is that you imperialism did not learn the lessons of British imperialism. Let's play this maniacal obsessive focus on Moscow leading to disaster. And speaking of Moscow, I think one of the more intriguing developments of two thousand eighteen was this March first two thousand eighteen speech, given by President Putin, which your listeners can easily or readers can easily. Find online renounced unveiled this new hypersonic missile which can evade the most sedated anti missile defense, including that which guards the United States of America. So in. Some ways what's happened is that these alleged geniuses who direct what's foreign policy from the council foreign relations in New York and the State Department in Washington have violated the basic edict of former US state Henry Kissinger when he suggested that the United States by all means and measures to try to disrupt the alliance between Moscow and Washington have better relations with both parties than they have with each other. And yet at the same time, we see president, gee and President Putin meeting on a regular basis in two thousand eighteen which will continue in two thousand nineteen which suggests that world is going through a major tectonic shift in terms of the US move backfiring. It's unclear what affects the US actions are having in the short and long term on the Chinese economy. But if it was successful in signage. Efficiently. Slowing China's growth that could devastate the world economy as a whole, including the US how does that help America in the world well for sometime now there are those of us who have been arguing that the ultimate suicide bomber rest in Washington DC that is to say that Washington is tempting fate in actually threatening to bring down being entire temple of the global economy. If it is not allow to dominate in predominate recall that that is a an outgrowth if you think about it closely and carefully. What happened from nineteen eighty nine and nineteen Ninety-one where in some ways Washington threaten to blow up the Soviet Union and blow up the socialist camp and thereby blow up the world and less the socialist camp moved away. Away from a state directed economy. Now that's same demand is being laid at the doorstep of the People's Republic of China the fly in the moment. However, as already noted is that as a result of the Nixon ventured to Beijing, some forty five odd years ago US corporations have major investments in China and that maze serve to restrain US imperialism somewhat..

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