35 Burst results for "GPS"
Attorney Kash Patel Reacts to John Durham's Recent Indictments
"First cash Patel. Welcome back to Salem radio. Savage, great to be with you guys. I'm so happy that you are continuing to hammer on the truth in Russia. That's why we're here every single day for three hours as well as our newsmax show on Sundays. Cash. I'm going to run by you. The reaction I got just a few days ago from Joe di Genoa, a lot of us have lost hope with John Durham. They say, yeah, yeah, yeah, it's two years later. I get that COVID slowed him down. But talk to Joe, who's a former special counsel himself, former U.S. Washington attorney, U.S. attorney for D.C.. He said these indictments, the level of detail in these indictments, especially the most recent one of danchenko, speak to a very serious individual who's going to get to the bottom of it. You've been there. You uncovered the Russia hoax for the house. What's your reaction to the recent developments on Capitol Hill? Yeah, look I think that John Durham is spot on track. As a former federal prosecutor, too, who brought these types of large scale fraud conspiracy cases, I spent three four 5 years sometimes working up a case in John Durham is working on the biggest scandal in the United States presidential history. And in two years, he's got three indictments. And the other thing about these indictments, he's connected the DNC to the corruption at the FBI to the corruption of their lawyers to now directly corrupting or expose enough nature of Christopher steel in the source. And normally these indictments are about two, three, four, 5 pages long. 40 page indictment. Yeah. Issues on the latest go round because John Durham is speaking to the public. It's the only way he's legally allowed to do so. And he's highlighting to take Sullivan's of the world that Charlie Dolan of the world. All these corrupt actors that fusion GPS and Christopher Steele and mccabe abstract and page. It's all coming to life. So I think he's on the right path. I've said it before on my show cash's corner where I did a deep dive into the derm saga and I think he's only just getting
After Igor Danchenko Indictment, Look at the FBI and Democrats' Activity
"And now Durham has obtained an indictment of this guy eager Dan shanko Russian provided the information for the dossier He's charged with lying to the FBI but you know the real story here is the intersection between the Democrats the FBI investigation the phony claims that were made who knew what when and how all this was just a giant lie That's what we know That's what we know Kimberly strasser on The Wall Street Journal points out very very important point Never forget the original claim According to the FBI Democrats and the media mister Trump harbored secret and nefarious ties with Russia We knew that because his mother Jones explained that a 2016 article that became the reigning storyline Christopher Steele was a credible source with a proven record of providing reliable sensitive and important information He had come across troubling evidence of Trump's collusion He brought it to the U.S. law enforcement he brought it to the federales right And then it took a year a year for congressional investigators to reveal that dossier had in fact been commissioned by this opposition research firm known as fusion GPS We all know that right Fusion GPS working for the Democrat party working for Hillary Clinton's campaign And then they all started lying about it They all started lying
Diving Deep on John Durham With Kash Patel
"Someone that understands the Russian collusion story better than anybody else and his predictions have been coming true and I push back against them very politely when he was on the show. He's a friend of mine cash, Patel, very smart guy American patriot. Cash are you with us? Yeah, Charlie, got you loud and clear and thanks so much for having me back on your show. Really appreciate it. The floor is yours, what have we learned this week with John Durham and these indictments? Well, as your show and your viewers have taken a great interest in John Durham, what he's been doing since we last talked was issue another indictment. And let's just rewind history for a little bit for those who haven't watched the plot against the president, spend 90 minutes of your life and learn about the biggest political scandal and how Devin Nunes and I expose that scandal in the United States history. So first, you have Christopher Steele, or let's back up one more step. You have fusion GPS and the democratic national party and Hillary Clinton campaign pay millions of dollars to obtain fraudulent information through a MI 6 asset Christopher Steele and pump that into the FBI and have the FBI intentionally lie to a fisa court. So you have a democratic political party. You have a foreign operative. You've got tens of millions of dollars, and you have our FBI and DOJ being corrupted. As if that wasn't bad enough, that was proven. Not just by the Nunes memo and the Russia gate investigation we did validated by the inspector general, but also John Durham indicted one of the attorneys who lied to the fist court for the surveillance warrant during the Trump campaign era. And then indicted just a couple of weeks ago, Michael sussman for lying to the FBI. Who's Michael sussman? Oh, he's the head lawyer for the DNC and Hillary campaign who was getting paid millions of dollars to shell. This information about the Russia gate hooks to the FBI and lied about it. And now we have this guy indicted danchenko. His name's not that important, but his position is. And if you recall, Christopher Steele did this terrible interview with George Stephanopoulos recently. We do go to try to resuscitate his credibility. And people were asking, why would he do that now? Because he knew this indictment was coming. And why does it matter? Because we already destroyed Christopher Steele's credibility in his lies. But you asked, where does Christopher Steele get his information from? Danchenko, this guy that was just indicted at lying to the FBI. 5 times over 5 counts in a federal indictment was Christopher Steele's primary source for the information that we knew was rather than to begin
Investigators board ship that was anchored near oil pipeline
"The U. S. coast guard's boarded a massive cargo ship as part of its investigation into the cause of the undersea pipeline rupture that sent oil spewing on to southern California beaches German flagship the Rotterdam express was being examined at the port of Oakland it was assigned to an anchorage that was the closest to the gash in the pipeline miles of Huntington beach which could have been caused by an anchor GPS tracking data suggested the ship had been moving but company officials deny it moved off anchorage and site it's log book as proof meanwhile the oil continues to foul the coastline California's department of fish and wildlife is seeking more help with the cleanup we need to get train people that know how to do this type of work so
Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report
"So everything I did based on the house Intel drop was chrono chronological order as it was presented And it starts here From the Nunes memo both the DOJ and the FBI petitioned the fisa court to begin to surveil a Trump campaign adviser we later learned was Carter page On October 21st 2016 just two and a half weeks before the election The application had to be certified by the FBI's director or deputy director The attorney general Deputy Attorney General or assistant attorney general to the NSA The initial warrant on Carter page was issued and renewed three times Every 90 days which took you through the rest of the campaign Through the election the president elect period in the early months of the Trump presidency FBI director James Comey signed three of those fisa court warrants Comey sign three deputy FBI director Andrew mccabe signed one Deputy Attorney General's Sally Yates Dana bonetta and rod Rosenstein they signed one Christopher Steele was an FBI source He was initially paid first payment a $160,000 by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create the dossier via Perkins coy and fusion GPS Okay so this is now the place where sussman fits in Everywhere we have the law firm Perkins coy We now know that was sussman
'This Is the Stuff That Mobs Do': Blowing Hillary's Russia Collusion Conspiracy Wide Open
"Bob muller comes onto the scene in the spring of seventeen after president trump fires komi right and paul ryan and too many republicans agreed to put muller on all under this cloud of the multi. What you're trying to tell me is the millions of dollars that hillary clinton pumped through was also maybe used to sweeten some journalists to write stories about this russia. Thing potentially right. I mean this story was so totally artificial. We got bob muller of yeah. I would go one step further. It's not even potentially it happened. Look we took sixty depositions under chairman newness under oath. They're all public now. Adam schiff didn't want him out. Rick grenell allied declassified them two years later and we put him out there online you can read the sussman deposition that i took that cited. In the durham indictment. That says he was talking to members of the media at the behest of client the client being the dnc fusion gps. Doing the same thing taking the same false sturt going to media and saying you guys got to put this story out and then. Here's the kicker hillary clinton and jake sullivan come in and tweet out information. As if they've never heard of it before and say look. President trump has a secret back channel to russia. If you remember this stuff in the fall of sixteen and they were the ones paying for it they pretending to know nothing about it and then they had a willing media. This is the stuff that mobs do literally. I mean this this monkey. It really
The Steele Dossier, Explained
"Have a lot of younger listeners. That quite honestly weren't that involved in politics when this was unfolding so just kind of walk us through that again. The significance the unprecedented nature of this. The chuck schumer like passive aggressive warning. Sign in january of seventeen on rachel maddow show right the donald trump accurately saying that. I'm being spied on people's laughing at him. Walk us through the timeline of all this. I think it'd be helpful as i get to. The topic i really want is your in on. Which is durham. Yeah sure are so. Look these investigations as a former federal prosecutor who did national security cases. You know these things take time. You have to get approvals from down below in the bowels of the justice department through the attorney general if you're gonna go surveilled someone of this magnitude. And that's for your younger viewers a search warrant to search more. If you're looking at if you're looking at a bank robber or suspected murderer you have to go before a federal judge and you gotta say judge. I think this guy committed this crime. We need to go and look at his bank records. It cellphone records is emails. Phone calls because we think he killed somebody or because we think he robbed the bank and if there's probable cause the judge grants it same thing in this instance just different federal court that deals with spy and basically what the hillary clinton campaign did was. They spent tens of millions of dollars to collect false information from this guy. Christopher steele will use to be a british intelligent asset. If you can believe it later turned. Fbi informant. i mean. You can't make this up. I never understood this. Where the heck did this tens of how. How on earth did they spend. Tens of millions of dollars. I've never never understood that. Sure so one of the things that we were able to do on house intel. Even though paul ryan didn't want us to do it was subpoenaed. The bank records for this company called fusion. Gps glenn simpson and they were funneling the money through perkins coup which is the democratic ball. And that's what they do. Their job is to be the representatives for the dnc and the hillary clinton campaign so those guys get paid tens of millions of dollars. Money goes into the law firm. The law firm then cuts checks the fusion. Gps for millions of dollars and they go and higher media representatives christopher steele to start putting false smear campaigns against president trump. So they're working. The intelligence apparatus one lane and the media apparatus in another to take on a presidential a presidential
Hillary Clinton Actually Thought She Could Get Away With This...
"I can't believe they thought they'd get away with that Hillary Clinton and their team I mean Hillary probably will You know she's a Democrat She's a protected class But they took almost no efforts whatsoever to paper over their trail to try to cover their tracks to try and get rid of the investigative breadcrumbs They did nothing which says to me they were so confident Hillary Clinton was gonna win and continue the corruption and make the whole scandal of spying on Trump with this collusion hoax go away that they took no proactive measures at all Techno fog is a great sub stack as well Talking about today what's going to happen next And how it appears that somebody got their hands on fusion GPS's internal emails as well And you can see in their tracking documents how they're creating and fabricating these two hoaxes they use to frame Donald Trump for the collusion thing The alpha bank hoax seems communicating with Trump Tower that was totally a hoax And this idea that Carter page was a Trump foreign policy adviser was a central figure in this collusion hoax where Vladimir Putin was bribing Trump through Carter paid You can see in the documents I have them right here right in front of me Techno fog has it is substack which again is going to be in my newsletter today You can see it right here They have this little spreadsheet here And you'll notice conveniently they're talking to each other in these internal emails talking about updating drafts of the alpha group overview They had an alpha group for the alpha bank hoax I mean that was a cool name for a group The alpha group This is what they did And notice the date 9 one of 2016 Glenn Simpson at baumgartner and Peter frisch Re updated draft For the alpha hoax Well what happened Just 18 days later Just 18 days later the Clinton attorney went and met with the FBI and brought them the alphabet hogs It's sitting right here They literally left a paper
Michael Sussmann Met With Clinton Campaign Officials Two Days Before FBI Opened Investigation on Trump
"But folks make no mistake. Michael Sussman was not a low level player here. Michael Sussman was a mid to high level lawyer with deep connections in the DNC to Marc Elias to Jake Sullivan, who is the current national security advisor for Joe Biden used to work with the Clinton campaign. Oh, yeah. And with deep ties to Hillary Clinton herself. It's not a small level player. Yeah, I'd like to see Comey prosecuted. I'd like to see uh, the rest of the liars prosecuted as well. But don't brush this off either. Let's go through some of the take aways the indictment and I have to ask the question again. When does when does this guy flip Sussman and start giving up information on what the Clinton campaign knew? And what Hillary knew ourselves? Because when he does this is going to get grab your partner. Grab your popcorn, popcorn eating guy Giffey on social media. You know the Michael Jackson one they have from the thriller video. They see that you see that if you're on social media No, I'm talking about Let's go to take away number one from this indictment because it's these are some gemstones in here number one from the indictment from yesterday, for example, it says on or about July 29 2016. Sussman, the lawyer and another campaign lawyer from the Clinton campaign, met with personnel from the U. S investigative firm and their office. We're assuming that's fusion GPS. Sussman build this time to the Clinton campaign for this. Why is this interesting? And just said Sussman meant subsequent met on July 29th. With fusion, GPS and Clinton campaign lawyers July 29 2016. Why is that interesting? What about that date is interesting. Oh, yes. That's just two days before the FBI opens up the investigation at the Donald Trump called Crossfire Hurricane, which is open July 31st 2016. Just the just the big quickie dig,
Italian GP: Lewis Hamilton & Max Verstappen Collide; Daniel Ricciardo Wins
"Down. Your record has won the italian grand prix fast victory in three years. I'm the fast victory for mclaren in nine years. It was mclaren one or two for the team with landowners. Taking second spot on the podium and vow batas taking thaad doctrine excellent comeback from about degrade me. It was a disastrous day to the top contenders with max stopping and lewis hamilton clutching the red woolcott. Winding up on top of the mercedes and as a result neither driver finishing the rice. Max and has since been penalized for the accident. Receiving three place grid penalty and two penalty points on his licence.
Dutch GP Qualifying Report
"Stop taking pole position at the dutch grand prix it to the absolute delight of the sea of oranges the grandstands the red bull driver was until form throughout the day showing absolutely blistering pace and he did not let up. When it came to qualifying he will start alongside title rival hamilton. He came close just under four hundreds of max but he couldn't quite take that pole position. Teammate voucher brought us will be starting p. Three tomorrow ahead of goslett who was on fantastic form once again and secured a p four start. Charlotte cloud will lead an ferrari. Thaad right after pipping teammate. By just one hundredth of a second a strong performance from ferrari especially from the team humanity repack hall assigns call after a big shunt in f. p. Three antonucci of nazi was a standout performer of qualifying securing a piece. Seven any six hundred behind la. Mp five after solid showing from the affirmation driver throughout today's session. Meanwhile there was no can be rocketing on track today. Often news break this morning that he tested positive for cave in nineteen as a result wrote cubit place winding up p eighteen equally. The app came in p. a. m. p. nine with daniel ricardo rounding out the top ten on while the was several standup performances. Today that will also some shocks notably the elimination of sergio perez and sebastian vessel in q. One traffic caused issues for both drivers with such a missing the kochav seven hundreds behind sonoda on winding up sixteen. Sebastian vessel found himself stuck behind the house. 'cause of nikki to massive pain and makes you mce forcing best to abort his flying lap. The hospital was summoned to the stuarts. But knife i've action was taken off the stewards deemed. It was not unnecessary. Impeding with vessel reportedly also explaining to the students that were just too many calls in one place. We had to red flags in the session. Both as a result of incidents involving the williams drivers fastly in q. To george russell suffered from snack of either. Stay on the entry into the final corner ending up in the barrios. The red flag was bored out but he was able to get the car back to the pits but with sadly unable to rejoin the session. So ended up eleven.
Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis
"Why it pays to be more grateful man how to show it by dr jenny. Baucus of dr jenny. Baucus dot com. What are you grateful for. According to cicero gratitude is more than being the greatest virtue. He described it as the mother of all other remaining virtues gratitude. This isn't about remembering to write your christmas. Thank you letter to auntie mabel. Who sent you that hideous pair of socks or thinking. Your mother-in-law for the huge dish of soggy overcooked brussel sprouts. That just got put on your plate at a family get together. This is about real gratitude that is authentic and heartfelt why that matters is because showing gratitude has been shown to dramatically ramp up your level of mental wellbeing. It's been described as an essential component for employee engagement. It has a positive effect on your physical health and resilience. In fact there's so much going for gratitude is hard to find a reason why you wouldn't want to include more gratitude in your life. Gratitude boosts recovery as we move into the new living with kovic era of heard twenty twenty one described as the year of recovery recovery from all our adversity financial insecurity economic downturn and mental health challenges. While i believe it's going to take somewhat longer than one year. Gratitude is an important part of our wellbeing armory for recovery helping us to distinguish between what is important and what is not to stay focused on what is possible and to strengthen our patience humility and wisdom which has been wearing a little thin for patients recovering from heart attack or other cardiac illness. The more grateful patients were found to have better sleep less fatigue and lower levels of inflammation in their recovery face. Meaning they recovered well while in the grace study. Researchers found that the most grateful patients were more energized. Engaged proactive in their own. Healthcare and motivated to make the necessary long-term behavioral changes to stay well breast cancer accounts for twenty five percent of cancers experienced by women when my mom lost her best friend breast cancer while still in her forties. It took her a long time to recover from that loss as gp and in my own circle of friends of known many who have endured the trauma of being diagnosed with the disease and then undertaking the long road to recovery with chemotherapy and surgery but surviving. That is only half the story. What then remains the ongoing fear for currents and possible death this is where gratitude interventions have been found to produce a positive effect and improve psychological functioning better coping angrier perceive support gratitude is linked to wellbeing.
Early Location Tracking: The Inception of GPS
"I'm going to oppose the situation to you. Imagine you were blind. An ambulance was nearby. Okay how would you know whether it's moving towards you or further away. oh The pitch the doppler effect. You got it. The the change pitch and the doppler effect. And that's how the first. Gps system was first imagined. Really so congratulations. You basically are on the same planet path that the initial people who made the gps system are on. I didn't know that. Actually that's interesting so in this case we're not going to be talking about ambulances and being blind but rather sputnik i satellite in space So this was the cold war era so everything anyone ever did has to be. It has to be to spy on the other side or something military related that makes perfect sense and the us was looking at the data coming from sputnik and realized. It's kind of like an ambulance. Depending on how high or low the pitches from the original san or from the original signal you can find which part of its orbit. It's in so you can pinpoint the position of sputnik just from this doppler effect. Okay and it wasn't really a big leap to go from a stationary observer determining the position of a moving object to a moving observer determining the position of a stationary object and so began the move towards a system that can determine the position of an object anywhere on earth. Does this all make sense to you. Oh yeah absolutely following so far okay. Now that that's that's great dot now like it'd be amazing if i knew where someone i was if i got lost so in the woods but it hit a bit of a bump in the road. I'm asking might be kind of hard. Just you know tilt your head back in and screech and have people find you. That's right you can't exactly count on that. But it was also the case that it was pretty expensive. Science behind it is solid but setting setting satellites up into space to do all the stuff. Which is how you have to do it. Like there's no other way to tell the position of something anywhere on earth without going into space to do all that be pretty expensive and the us government at the time was not inclined to fund the startup version of the gps
Biden's DARPA Will Accomplish Nothing With Red Tape Everywhere
"To this from Biden. Now cut one go. Something called DARPA, The Defense Advanced Research Project agency. Set up exclusively in the Defense Department. Good Lord to seek out the cutting edge research projects. That enhance our national security. An outfit that came up With the Internet GPS And a lot of still think a lot of things. My proposal. We do a similar thing. Now let's slow down. We needed DARPA, Ladies and gentlemen, because the private sector is not in charge of national security. The private sector is not in charge of national security. That is a Responsibility. One of the specific responsibilities of the federal government. Go ahead. I propose we spent $6.5 million now, where's that figure come from nowhere. Billions and billions and hundreds of billions and trillions and This is this is Like like a nightmare. What's going on here? Go ahead. Similar agency within the national shoot of health. The NIH called Advanced Research Project Agency are put H. Dark. They come up with these names. Arpaio age Sounds cool. Go ahead. Help speed Cutting edge research. How to detect Treat and cure diseases like Alzheimer's diabetes and cancer. Let let Let's stop here a second. The government has spent trillions of dollars. Addressing all these issues and their horrific issues, they really are. And if they want to partner with the private sector the way Operation Warp speed did and so forth and fine, but you're now going to nationalize.
WSOP Field Sizes Are Dropping
"I know i said the wsb gets a pass on field sizes in a year over year comparison because things have changed dramatically since twenty twenty however last year's fields was two thousand one hundred twenty six centuries from fourteen hundred hundred fifty. Five weeks seems awful. Yeah it feels like a really steep drop off right there. And i know that we talked about it and i was thinking something like maybe like a thirty percent. Drop off. I think would been good and acceptable. Just based upon the fact of everything that's going on in poker right now that having that kind of field size would still be good but this does feel quite thin for championship. Event as a sixty two percent drop year over year in total entries. That's that's ugly no matter what. The circumstances are surprised that low. I did have it being over a thousand. Maybe getting closer to fifteen hundred total entries but Just seem to be a sort of a. Instead of being the exclamation point at the end of the series. It was kind of a hard thud. Couple of other events wrapped up in the closing days mitchell harrison. Brad's osman and dancing. Lar- winning the finale though event to run after the championship event all in all. I think he's probably pretty happy with with word. Got out of it. It seems like there was maybe far less appetite than even they'd predicted given all the different changes so We're gonna see what happens with the gp stuff which is now underway. They started just as w dot com is wrapping up. Gee-gee was sort of hitting the gas pedal on there's the fifty dollar buying kickoff event called the return man i'm going to butcher. This dudes bart lumpia bata. Oh man. that's really good. I think that's really good. I think you didn't really got okay. There's a hockey player with a similar name on relied on my my childhood memory hockey players. I was waiting with baited breath to see what would come out of your mouth. Very give call him. I'm going to call them bar because that's only fair to him cops. A thirty thousand eight hundred ten entry field takes him one hundred sixty thousand dollars not bad for fifty bucks. Yeah not bad at all. You know Last year the the field size was good too. I know last year the opener for the events it was double the buyin one hundred dollar opener and they got twenty nine thousand three hundred six runners. And so this this. I know it's a difference in half of the buy-in but still for field size. I think that's a pretty good
Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Mark New Smartphone Era for Google
"Yesterday unveiled the pixel six with a six point. Four inch ninety hurts display and the pixel six pro with a six point seven inch one hundred twenty hertz display and four x optical zoom coming in the fall. It's sort of what you'd expect from the new pixel. There's the usual playful colors. There's the bolt design choices. There's a full on camera band on the back. Check the pictures to see what i mean. And that band houses three cameras a wide angle main sensor ultra-wide and a four x optical zoom folded telephoto lens. But there are two interesting things here. I remember how google had been positioning the pixel lineup as the best mid range phone you could buy well. No more quoting dealer at the verge if the final versions are anything. Like the prototypes. I saw last week. They will be the first pixel phones that don't feel like they're sandbagging when it comes to build quality. We knew we didn't have what it took to be in the ultra high end in the past. Rick osterloh of google admitted quote and this is the first time where we feel like we really have it and quote both versions of the pixel are glass sandwiches with fit and finish that are finally in the same league as wet samsung highway. An apple have to offer quote. We've definitely not been in the flagship tier here. For the past couple of years this will be different says osterloh. He also admits that quote. It will certainly be a premium priced product. Which i take to mean north of one thousand dollars and quote but the other really interesting thing about the new pixels are that they have a google designed tensor system on a chip inside them. This is the first time google exclusive. Silicon has made. Its way to a phone. That probably accounts for those flagship ambitions. Quoting the verge again. Tensor is the system on a chip with a mix of components that google itself has designed and others that it has licensed. Google is not sharing. Who designed the cpu and gp nor is it sharing benchmarks on their performance. Though osterloh says that it should be market
"That's Not What Fauci Said..."
"Highly how are you. I'm doing great. Thank you might I am i guess. I don't know how many people can't get the vaccine. They're having conditions Called gamma-ray central. Gps where i cannot get a flu vaccine including the covert. I mean this is oh infuriating and on top of it i already had cove it. I had it in november. So what about us. What about the people that already have the antibody and can't have back. I mean if you went to again if you went to geraldo is grandchildren's home. He would assault you. I guess i guess he kick you in the rear end. At least i gotta ask you. And i'm fascinated by your particular experience and with your medical condition. You have you spoken to your doctor about the vaccine Yes actually went to my neurologist. It's a neurological disorder. And i stopped seeing my neurologist. I'm actually looking for you because he started quoting me. So much about articles perfectly safe and. I looked at him. Say that to me. I don't want to disagree because you sound like such a nice lady but help me out here so you ask your physician you ask the neurologist if you should get the vaccine and the neurologist recommended even with your condition that you should get the vaccine what he told me and i looked at my. I was told when onset which was over ten years ago that i should never get flu vaccine because they could give me another onset of the same number central. I don't know if you're familiar with see. What did he or she said that He looked at me and said well. That's not what vouching says. And i just looked at him and like okay so you have the fainted.
The Long COVID Doctors
"Let's start with doctor. Amy small in brea back in time so back to october. Twenty twenty. I know it feels like a lifetime ago. Doesn't it gosh. I could go back and speak to myself as a gp prior to all of this. I know that i would have been much better doctor then and i hope to be much. Stop to now. I have seen too many cases on nine of people. Not being heard not being listened to that symptoms in their concerns not being validated. I've seen heartbreaking stories of people just being dismissed of seeing heartbreaking stories of people losing their jobs. And i am very lucky that i have a platform where i can speak up and try and get long recognizes illness long. Covert appears to not discriminate. Healthy people young people people who apparently had mall case of covert nineteen and every sistemi. Nobody's can be affected here the other two doctors you made today. Many of my colleagues have been unwell since march and have really struggled to get any kind of medical inputs until the last couple of months. Those you weren't hospitalized with the illness would just sort of left to get to get on with it. It's the classic thing a suspect. It might even be bloke thing deny it for long enough it will go. I diminish it ignore it. Oh no not another thing to worry about. A suspect always going through people's minds and that will include medics politicians but they will be left with the long term consequences and in terms of the total health burden that will weigh exceed. Whatever acute cove to us.
"gps" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Five alright. This episode is once again from the dell success summit and this is part of the beginning where we are trying to establish the intentions that people have for their careers. What it is that. They've visualize for their careers and in order to do that. In order to set any type of benchmark goal plan. It's really important to have a firm grasp of where you are right now. It's interesting because you know if we decide that we want to lose weight or we decide that we want to increase the the amount of money that is in our bank account you. I have to get a baseline yet. Do i had to figure out how much you weigh right now. What about body. Fat percentages right now. How much money is actually in your bank account versus the amount of money that you owe in debt. Those are really important baselines to establish before we set financial or health goals right at but oftentimes you know when we are setting out to make large life kind of changes and putting big plans together for A trajectory changing plan or goal or long term. Kind of a vision Many times people don't take the time to kind of establish their baseline and figure out where it is that they are now those. These are some of the exercises that we go over in this first part of this intention exercise this clarity exercise at the dallas success summit so i hope you have the time to sit down and take some of these baselines and figure out exactly where it is you are now specially if you end tend to set some big goals for growth and improvement over the next several months and years guys. I hope you enjoy this episode. Hope you get something out of it. Hope he gets some great value And if you do make sure you leave a great review right there and i tunes all right guys have a wonderful day. We'll talk to you very soon. So i just wanna finish a couple of things before we break at eleven o'clock if you go if you guys don't mind and i'm going to go back to the setting your intentions okay. So when we're talking about setting our intentions we already wrote down. What top three outcomes would make this a successful weekend for you and your team. The next thing..
"gps" Discussed on TechStuff
"Gdp are puts the onus on companies to follow these rules or potentially face huge fines over in the united states. The explosive growth of the internet far outpaced privacy laws which in the us been fairly loosey. Goosey like there's only a few privacy. Laws are like outright privacy laws in the united states so as a result These companies that were web-based had established some pretty aggressive strategies when it comes to collecting using and sharing personal information fact. There's an entire industry based around establishing huge databases of personal info and then charging other companies to access. Those databases are information. Our personal info is the currency of much of modern technology while the member states of the eu wanted to create rules to restrict companies could do this with eu citizens so they wouldn't be given free rein to collect an exploit data. They would actually need to follow specific rules which includes a learning users to any points of data collection as well as to declare. How and why that data will be used. The restrictions meant the companies had to change how they handled information and that in itself became a kind of micro industry the at a lot of consultants that worked with tech companies to make certain that their policies and processes were compliant with gdp are because otherwise things could get super expensive really fast they also tend to involve some pretty negative press if a company is found to have violated gdp are. It's not a good look. The passing of gdp are effectively sent shockwaves through the tech industry. Which at that point really wasn't used to governments getting that proactive. In the protection of citizen data and gdp are has gone on to inspire some places like the state of california to draft. Privacy acts that essentially use gdp are as the basis for that law. There are some exemptions. Gdp are though for example. Law enforcement is not required to abide by. Gdp are and in matters of national security. Gdp are does not apply. Gdp are has also changed a bit since passing originally. There was this concept called the right to be forgotten which generally meant that any eu citizen would have the right to request that their personal information be deleted from any online sources including stuff like online search engines but critics pointed out that this policy was flawed. So let's say that we've got a case where a public figure. Does something truly terrible news worthy and terrible at like they've committed a crime of some sort. If that person were to follow this this process they might be able to demand that mentioned of that crime. Get a race on the internet which you could argue as against the public good so these days the right to be forgotten is now known as the right of erasure and out. It's not the band erasure. I tried to discover a little something to make me sweeter. No it's a it's a process that's a little more limited i. It cannot go nearly as far as the right to be forgotten and eh include stuff like you have to put in the request of erasure within a certain amount of time from publication or else you missed the boat Also there's the consideration about whether or not removing the information would represent a public harm or if it would be more harmful to the individual. If that information were to remain up there are a lot of different parts to it in other words next up is gifts. And this is one of our more contentious entries on this list so obviously i still pronounce. Gif as gif. I do not pronounce it as jeff. The initial ism stands for graphics interchange format. And it's a subtype of bit map. Image formats.
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"That connects to the internet where it phones home back to whatever the ip holders system is and keeps them informed about how that media is being used. The goal of the ram is mostly to prevent piracy and to stop the unlicensed sharing of technology and i frequently think of it in terms of media. That's the example. That i always go to however dram can actually cover all sorts of technologies beyond even digital files that includes hardware physical hardware including stuff like tractors. So why tractors well. Let's say you're a company. Like john deere because john deere does this. And you make tractors and you know that somewhere down. The line people are going to need to have those tractors repaired or have some sort of maintenance done on them by including drm. You can make sure that only licensed mechanics which are people who have paid you for the privilege of being able to work on these types of machines. They're the only ones who can legally repair. John deere tractors because the digital millennium copyright act or. Dmca made it illegal to try and circumvent drm. So even if you were a mechanically savvy farmer and you wanted to do your own repairs. You would not be allowed to do that. Legally you would have to break the law because you'd have to get around the drm to do it. Or i guess you could go through the trouble to apply and become a licensed mechanic with john deere. But i think that's probably going too far so one of the really big issues with the r. n. is that it can have attended consequences and make it more difficult to legally make use of a product that you've actually purchased yourself so in many ways. Drm can actually end up encouraging piracy. And that's because frequently pirates will actually work to strip dram out of products that removes all those restrictions which again affect not just people who are trying to steal stuff in affects people who have legitimately purchased things the moral of the story. I think is that if you make it harder for people to use something. Legally they are far more likely to turn to illegal means to do so anyway. Dram comes in all different forms. Some are less obnoxious than others. And i do want to make this clear. I get the motivation for using it. I mean companies make revenue off their intellectual property. They don't want to see that. Go away so it's in their best interests to try and find ways to protect that is just that a lot of the d. r. m. approaches seem to not quite achieve that goal and instead just create frustrations next is dvd. And i included this one. Because i mean. I'm pretty sure everyone out. There knows what a dvd is but the actual initial amused to trip me up all the time. Because i grew up in the era in which compact discs or cds i debuted and they transform the music industry and then. Dvd's came around to do the same for the home video market and then beyond So the humble vhs tapes eventually faded away as a result. And i always used to think that dvd stood for digital video disc. But that ain't it or at least that's not the whole story and i'm sure a lot of you out. There are way smarter than. I am way more informed than i am. And you're all shouting the real name which is digital versatile disc now to be fair at least according to some sources. The original name was digital video desk but at some point the manufacturers who were putting this together figured that this could give people the.
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"Friday president trump announced that Bahrain would recognize Israel and the two nations would normalize relations. . This comes just weeks after a similar move from the United, , Arab Emirates what to make of it. . All I'm joined again by Zanny Minton beddoes and we slaughter and Ian Bremmer in put this in context for us what does this mean? ? Why did it happen? ? What does it mean? ? Well two big things that people need to come to terms with the first. . Is that Israel Palestine is considered close to the most important conflict in the region. . It is for the Palestinians when you talk to the Maradas with the Saudis, , the Bahrainis, the , Kuwaitis you'll talk to you about their concerns about Iran they'll talk to you about diversification away from fossil fuels and the difficulties that they'll talk to you about domestic radicalism, , all of these sorts of things. . And so as a consequence, , you no longer have a veto on if you don't get peace with Israel Palestine, , you can't move on geopolitics. . The second point is the united. . States had long attempted to be seen as some kind of honest broker between Israel and Palestine when we're anything but Israel's our best ally in the region, , the Palestinians particularly agree with we have problems with and so you know it's interesting trump's first trip as president outside the United States was to Saudi Arabia and then to Israel and those are the two places where he has the best personal relations and that's where they really drove. . So yeah, , you had the effort to. . Talk about peace with Israel and Palestine where the Palestinians weren't even engage a big conference in. . Bahrain. . Now, , you've got big announcements in relation. . I think especially from you and I talking to jared through this that was kind of the game all along I I'm not in any way surprised by this. . And we. . A friend of mine WHO's from the Middle East very knowledgeable about the says what's really going on here this is this is the post American Middle East that is countries like. . Israel UA Bahrain Saudi Arabia saying we're GONNA make our own alliances to defend ourselves against the the real threat that we feel as he was saying, which , is Iran and we know the Americans aren't going going to help us. . So we need we need to band together. . Is that part of the dynamic. . Afraid, I , think that is right <hes> that again Obama wanted out of the Middle East. . If you if you think about the direct line from his refusal to engage in Syria. . And that's actually an area where he his policies and trump's have been closer than than other areas. . But I also think you have to think about this in the context of us. . Domestic Politics Donald Trump. . Has Two modes he can be the fearmongering president or he can be the dealmaking president who delivers and if we're thinking about October surprises up for this election, , what he would dearly love is to actually have a treaty or agreement between Israel and Saudi Arabia, , which really would redraw the map of the Middle East and the conventional wisdom is the Saudis aren't ready but obviously, , the UAE in Bahrain are stalking horses and and Bahrain would not have been able to do this without Saudi approval. . So it's probably a low chance, , but there is a real chance at least of a framework agreement in which Saudi Arabian Israel would would normalize relations in return for something more something bigger on the Palestinian sought. .
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"Given force by Americans. But America is now crippled along one crucial dimension. Its government and politics are an international laughing stock. The country that could land men on the moon and bring them back safely cannot put together a testing and tracing program that would compare with those in Vietnam or New Zealand. It's political system is now so polarized paralyzed that many of us fear the November election will ultimately be resolved in court though with the real possibility that the losing side will still contest the legitimacy of the winner and street violence could ensue. What has happened as with any complex historical phenomenon. There's no one answer. Whatever since Vietnam and Watergate America has lost faith in Washington. Ronald Reagan celebrated the idea that Washington was responsible for all America's woes. Somehow became the definition of patriotism to love the country and yet hate its government. And that created a self fulfilling prophecy as government was de funded and de legitimized, it became more dysfunctional than confirming the views of anti-government activists. But beyond America, there's also a story here about the rise of the rest. For a long time. America had a huge advantage. There were very few countries on the planet that had gotten their acts together the United States, a handful in western Europe and East Asia that defined the advanced world. But over the last three decades, other countries, lots of other countries have become savvy economics and politics and government. Places like Singapore rival the best in the world for government. South Korean Taiwan once corrupt autocracies have handled the pandemic with extraordinary skill. Canada and Australia have managed to combine an anglo-saxon cultural freedom with a caring efficient welfare-state. Suddenly America faces competition and goes well beyond China. The US faces a choice now. It can either consider the pandemic a wakeup call learn from its mistakes and others, successes, and get to work and reform. or it can delude itself that it is still number one they testing is the best response has been amazing. It's numbers phenomenal. Data ladder attitude of course, is the road to decay and decline. See once upon a time, the world needed to learn from America. Now American needs to learn from the world. Thanks to all of you for being part of this special edition. GPS and I will see you next week..
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"Or reckoning with? The man like Woodrow Wilson how is that playing in? Latin America? This is a country, the United States, which for many many decades if not centuries not really have a sense of its three because it didn't have a history. All of its inhabitants, each sector of society had its own gives three. All of a sudden Americans are arguing debating sometimes fighting over a statue of Robert. We all were the name of the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University where I studied and taught Americans are arguing about. Christopher Columbus and Columbus Circle Americans. All of a sudden realizing that history is actually worth binding over or fighting or and you see this kind of questioning and reexamination and renaming even as a sign of strength and confidence not weakness and and decay. Absolutely, as a sign of strength of American. Passively for reinventing itself, America reinvents itself every so many years does so with enormous success, which is in inspires yet, Marin and respect that so many people effort United States the day in the world but the last two, hundred years also, we go back to his three again. You know what happened last week or two weeks ago, and whether people feel that trump's tweets response to the damage has been the right. When we can argue about we can't argue about enormous acidy for reinvention that America ask enormous capacity for absorption of the best things the world has to offer, and then the United States transforms them, and since the back to the rest of the world, no country or the moment that leads no other country wrote in, do that at least for now Augusta Neda always a pleasure to have you on. Thank you for read always. Next. On GPS how UN Mission for Human Rights Michelle Basch, allay views the United States under trump. She join me when we come back. In The wake of the killing of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police. The UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution calling on Michelle better battling the former president of Chile and current U N High Commissioner for Human Rights to produce a report on systemic racism and violations of international human rights law against Africans and people of African descent by law enforcement agencies. I wanted to know how the High Commissioner Sees America's ratio problems to. Show Bachelor pleasure to have you on. Have to be with, you have these opportunities, it's up to you. You spoke out on the issue of George Floyd's murder, and you talked about how it was important that the United States take serious action to address that kind of police brutality toward a black people. Do. You think this has tarnished America's image in the world. Well. First of all, I have to say that there's no county who is for your human rights violations. Every county s Robbins and many many countries sometimes to have institutionalized racism or sinful ansel. So other. So the real important thing is how the country deals with issue arise and I think of course is not a new thing I. think it a minute for the American people but also throughout the world to say enough is enough. And we need to do something real now to stop this from happening. So I think it it brought an issue. On, something that was having the US but I also think and I think this is also very valuable that in many other countries that they look at themselves and saying you, we also have race. Do we do? We also are celebrating former? You know. People who were. Becoming richer slavery and so on. So I think he. Has Become an issue that the world will be looking at how the US soldiers problems and whatever the US. If he does then goes in the right direction. It will also be leaving the way for the rest of the countries to be doing things, right The US still can play that role of sort of agenda setting for the world because there are people who feel that this discussion in the United States if it continues, and if it gets deeper, will broaden the conversation on all the kinds of issues You've been talking about you know slavery colonialism, the treatment of minorities and indigenous people you've called for reparations, for example, not just in the United States but as a as a kind of global thing to consider in all these kinds of circumstances do you believe that the US can play a positive role in that respect? I hope it does you know we'll be pushing very strongly for the US to go in the direction that needs to go. You know that Human Rights Council has given us the mandate to write the report and to percents oral agreed on reports on what is doing on racism stuck racism white is doing to stop a police brutality but I think on one hand you. Still see people who are starting saying at Weipa lives matter and you have seen also you know white supremacy groups but on gather hand I'm hopeful that so many many people on the streets you know demonstrated this is not acceptable that I hope the the US only the government the US people will respond in a way that we can really end this races this discrimination forever. Michelle Bachelet. Thank you so much. Thank you for. And we will be back in a moment. I want to conclude the special by giving you my thoughts. America is a strange country at once amazingly dynamic and yet utterly chaotic. If can be an inspiration to the world for its values, but also a constant reminder of its own unresolved tragedies like racism. It has shocked the world with its generosity and broad-mindedness and also with selfishness and isolation. The quintessentially American Port Whitman. wrote. Do I contradict myself very well then I contradict myself I am large I contain multitudes. This has been the story of America in the world sometimes a beacon of hope at other times a picture of arrogance and aggression. But what is going on now is something different from that age old tale? People are not shocked today so much by what America does around the world, but by what America is. They're stunned not so much by the country's maligned qualities like racism but rather it's dysfunction. The Irish writer Fintan O'Toole described the situation thus. Over more than two centuries, the United States has stood a very wide range of feelings in the rest of the world love and hatred fear and hope and Vienne contempt or an anger. But there is one emotion that has been directed towards the US until now. bitty. Before we start shedding tears for America's weakness. Let's keep in mind that the United States remains extraordinarily powerful along many dimensions. It's best companies dominated the world of technology. It's universities are the envy of the world. It's movies. Television music still set the standard for global popular culture. The world of social media shaped and.
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"When your politics becomes as polarized as Alice's become. And polarized to a degree that. If you're not careful, you divide into two tribes of people who don't. Talk to each other listen to each other or much like each other. Now I. Think, the first thing you should do in politics is understanding a particularly lost an election understand why your opponent one whereas today we as I say is partly because of this this relationship now between conventional media social media denunciation EST is. The first thing you do. When I listened to some of the debate around issues or people in politics there's no sense of sort of how do we? How do we sit down and resolve differences together and I think it's really important. Always remember that democracy has a spirit and not just the form. The form is you vote in the election on. In local elections. National. Elections The spirit. Is Given. The spirit is not disrespecting people who disagree with you. The spirit is not denouncing someone who happens to hold a different opinion. And if we don't recover some of that spirit. That worries me and. I'm. By nature an optimistic person and at moment are mildly pessimistic about Wesson Democracy. That somber note Tony Blair always a pleasure. Thanks. Thanks very much. Next. On GPS the view of America from its main competitor. How does China see the United States after more than thirteen hundred days of Donald. Trump. That story when we? Come back. facebook continues to take critical steps to better secure their platforms that includes more than tripling safety security teams to thirty, five thousand people and partnering with Security Researchers and law enforcement. They support updating Internet regulations to address today's challenges and hold companies including. There's accountable for combating foreign election interference, protecting people's.
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"Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's. An indefatigable booster of America and extorted of the world's need for America's presence. So how does he feel about America today? Blair is the Executive Chairman of his eponymous institute, for Global. Change. Tony Blair welcome good to have you. Thank you for you. What is your sense of how people are looking at America and its let's face it hapless response to covid are and and thinking about this country that has always been thought of as the world's leading country the most advanced country, the country, which is able to tackle these kinds of crises the. I think most people around the world sort of scratching their heads bit what's gone on in America and are surprised at how Savagely. It's been hit by cove nineteen by the response in. Then obviously, there's there's been a huge amount of coverage of the some of the disagreements and divisions within American Society, and all of that is is clear and true the anything I think it's important. To emphasize is that Whatever the issues around American leadership on this or that issue all particularly American leaders the. The general respect and admiration for America as a whole is still pretty strong for all sorts of reasons, America is going through a period of deep internal introspection but. The capability of America to offer world leadership has not declined. You can argue about the will to offer it. The capabilities still remains and that capability I believe at some point will reassert itself because it's in America's interest to do so. So then is this a to a certain extent the nature of? The current leadership and I ask you this question in the sense in a sense because Britain also has not done well on covert. It also is is currently headed by populist leader from the party opposite to yours. And you know seemed to be skeptical about some of the scientific being given is is, is it as simple as just new leadership and America? It's a new image. Well I think you got to work out what you want to do. As as America at this point in time but if you take a step back and think. What is it that America could do? If it wanted to it could. Rally the Western. World. Europe Japan. It could add to that. India. Much of Southeast Asia in saying we need a proper strategic response to the emerging power and more aggressive position of China, and we need to rally together in order to provide that and we should do that not just on the basis of are interested in the basis of certain values America could do that. It could say what this global pandemic has taught us is. That we need to be prepared as a world for the next pandemic and we have to create the capability institutional capability globally in order to do that, it could probably say in relation to climate change, we've got as good a chance as any in America and certainly in conjunction with our allies of developing the technology and science that will allow us to consume sustainably. It could probably be the leader of the process of modernization in the middle. East. So it's not that America couldn't do these things. The fundamentals of American power is still very strong. It's it's a question of whether America decides even as it looks at itself and tries to solve its internal problems whether it can then find the space in the bandwidth. To also be able to offer leadership to the world. What about? American values and particularly in comparison to China is China does China pose a kind of ideological threat you live through the Cold War and people forget young people particularly that many people around the world saw the Soviet Union is representing kind of ideological or turn. To the United States in the West do you think China presents that kind of an ideological alternative? Is Really interesting question I think it doesn Delta. I tell you what I think. China does pose a challenge to, and that is what I think is the central challenge of democracy today Western democracy, which is in my view, essentially a challenge of efficacy. It's that our systems seeming capable of providing change in an era where the world is undergoing very rapid change particularly the technology revolution and we don't. We didn't seem to be able to to master it and grit this process of change and make the changes within our society. Necessary. One Challenge. The Chinese system does pose is the challenge of efficacy because of the nature of their of the way their country is run, they take decisions they implement them and the implement them at speed and usually with a fair degree of effect of this. But I'm not sure that amounts to an ideological challenge and I think that in the end for all the faults in in America or the UK and Western. Society. I. Think that the Basic Value System that underpins that Judeo Christian values system that underpins our societies is still very strong very to people I always say to people that when I was prime, minister? Going back now say twelve fifteen years ago and I would go to a country that wasn't a democracy. You would always have this conversation. The leader would say, well, you guys don't understand you know we're just not ready for democracy and by in time we will be the assumption of the conversation at that point was. Eventually. That's the gold standard we've got to get there. What happens now when you go to countries that aren't democratic around the world is they don't they say that all they don't say it in the same way they say, yeah, well, I. Know You. Look at you guys. So that's that's what we fix at the moment. That's what we're going to fix. Is Is there an easy fix? I. Think. It's very difficult.
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"That is what we will explore this hour. How they see us a global view of trump's America. Would start the show with Tony Blair. The former British prime minister has been a loyal friend to America. How does he see the US in the trump era? What is it that America could? If he if he wants to. Then, relations between the US and China or chilly at best. China's people have loved American fast food and Hollywood movies technology. But how do they feel about America itself its people and its precedent now? Also. Only, six countries had confidence in trump in recent few global survey. I will talk to an analyst in the country that gave the president the highest months. Which nation is it? What is behind trust and trump? then. They're bringing drugs. Donald Trump has shown liberal from Mexico. You really need finished that wall because we built. But the Mexican president was in Washington weeks ago, moving and breathing and smiling. So. Just what does Mexico's see when it looks at its neighbor to the north? And The truly global perspective. U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle? Bachelet. Will tell me why she's got her I fixed.
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"American intervention in the Middle East and many around. The world agree with him. But my next guest makes a different case. bernard-henri Levy is the eminent French writer and philosopher who has directed for documentary films that demonstrate. How intervention by the world's great powers can stop nightmarish atrocities cities and on the flip side? What the bad guys will do if the good guys can't be bothered? You can catch screenings in New York Sunday night and Los Angeles Angelique next weekend. Brad let me ask you. This is an extraordinarily a collection of of your work reminds one how much time and effort you who have spent in all these places. What motivated you? Why did you D- D did one thing lead to another or did you always have the sense that that the West should be more involved in helping these places? I had four times in my life the sense that we should be there. The there was a huge violation of human rights and that we have a duty America with these special destiny France with its sense chance of universal and that we should not drop these people. It started in Bosnia in during the siege of Sarajevo. I saw shaw this city bombed for weeks and years and then in Libya and you'd say during the Arab Spring and it is the same now with Kurdistan I devoted to films to fight of the curbs fishmeal and then the battle of Mosul. And when I see your president announcing in last October that he decided to withdraw again. It's so it never happened in in the military history of democracy is to betray an ally to betray those with whom you did fight Fulda to shoulder against Isis. ACC girls this were. You're an hour's more reliable valiant and we did about on them so let me ask you the question. People ask often as we go into these places we spend all this time money treasurer. And it's all lemass look at Libya where you advocated so strongly. The removal of Qaddafi. Look at Iraq with Amazon. That good intentions are not enough. The outcome is always bad messy the opposite of what what we wanted. GOODING has dump are not enough. Of course we need also consistency win neither so continuity a but Massey's not afford thirty if we had remained in. Libya remade not as occurred POA. With if we had helped state engaged stay engage help appropriate Libyan army to imagine. The average helps SIEBEL cell phones to be shaped and so on it would have been much better look at for example originally. I'm back from there. I was a few days ago in Asia and in Cagey these we have. An example of people are people in the Middle East Muslim pious and Democrat practicing human rights matching with our you so the mess is not fatter. Nitty these niche ladies and men. Ah Do fight for themselves and for us for their own families and for our values and into this is what I show in my movies in my four movies at the racial things how it is in the DNA. Alas of Democracies to abandon their France not ought to not to be brutally enough and how in the case of the girls and of the people of Sarajevo. You can have brilliant brilliant people gene from mask from night and from cows and building something which took Mukasey. Do you think there's another thing going on here. which is there is everywhere? The rise of nationalism and nationalism says America First Turkey I you know Russia Russia. I would. You're trying to do is one of the age old challenges and tasks of an intellectual to remind us that we are all human beings that the Kurds and the The Bosnians and Muslims and Hindus and Christians are. They're all all one. This is one of the links between my fourth fumes sure Brotherhood fraternity and what was called in my youth internationalism I believe in international Russia medicine but it is not only the other link between my four-fifths that even in terms of national interest for us Americans of French. It is worth helping democracy abroad. Look at what is happening today. Trump decided to abandon the curls. What happened immediately reinforcement of Russia Lozad Putin transformed fallen into a sort of peace maker Iran Iran? which is supposed to be your enemy? Feeling the void in Bamdad in Damascus in Lebanon building. It's drams arc. She so in terms of national interest America first means America Week. America first means America on the retreat. America these are doing its own values news and exceptionally so. I believe in the Shining City upon the hill I believe in that I believe in the great nation which was welcoming coming to all the afflicted and suffering I know and I travel so much in all the places I went I so how the look in Bush in Sarajevo introduced in inevitable the look at America like a light at the end of two. What what a bad policy to discourage these hope? What a bad pretty soon to give a slap on the face of all of these athletes the people who are not your friends so in terms of brotherhood but also in terms of national interest? We are committing huge mistakes aches bernard-henri Levy always a pleasure to have you. Thank you very and we will be back Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told CNN the US blocked his visa request to attend Thursday's UN Security Council. Meeting in New New York. The State Department has not confirmed that it brings me to my question when it comes to people conducting UN business the UN headquarters agreement permits the US to refuse visas. For whom a anyone be diplomats from countries that have no relations with the US see people who pose a national security sure threat to the US or D. No one stay tuned. We'll tell you the correct answer my book of the Week Stephen Kinzer is all the Shah's men as the trump administration keeps up the pressure on Iran and many wonder whether it's goal is regime. Change here is a superb gripping account of the nineteen fifty-three CIA. He is sponsored. Coup in Iran against the democratically elected leader there. And how so much bad. Blood has flown from that original American effort at regime Zhang. Change the answer to my gps challenge. This week is d the nineteen forty seven agreement which established the seat of the UN in. The United States requires choirs. The US to issue a visa for anyone conducting official business but when Congress approved the agreement they did add a writer specifying that the US retained retained complete power to safeguard. Its own security. Congressional caveat notwithstanding the UN is the leading forum for International Dialogue. And it seems to me. That Washington is abusing its position by keeping diplomats out. Thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week I will see you next..
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"The seemed to be more questions. Raise the answers given so far president. Trump's decision to kill general Qassem solely money. The evidence offered by the White House of an imminent threat has not been forthcoming coming. The story has been shifting was silly money targeting the US embassy in Baghdad was he targeting four American embassies in the region. What happened to those plans? Plus now one hundred and seventy six people have died in what some have called collateral damage from the Sulaimaniya killing so was the president's decision. The right one joining joining me now rule mark director former Middle Eastern specialist of the now senior fellow at the foundation for the Defense of Democracies and treat a Varsity the executive vice. The president at the Quincy Institute for Responsible State Graft and the author of losing an enemy Obama Iran and the triumph of diplomacy rule Let me ask you. I think you have come out publicly in the past actually in favor of specifically killing got some money. Do you think this was done. Aw strategically and in the right way because I know that in general presumably you actually approve of the the killing. Yeah I think it was the correct thing to do. We should have done it years ago. I mean that man is responsible for the deaths of lots of Americans. General portrays things that figure is up around six hundred. I suspect expected low I think if you kill Americans your life is forfeit. United States may choose the time and place to exact that but That man is spread sectarian bloodshed throughout the Middle East. He's tried to radicalized Shiite communities he sported journey Sunni jihadists. He's been quite ecumenical. Accu medical and his tastes was quite accurate on this tastes. The spread May and to hurt the United States. So it's high time we stop turning achieve and take him out tree divorcee would you. What what's your reaction? Well I think the American public clearly Do not believe that this has made them safe the latest polls show that only twenty five percent. Believe that this has made more safe fifty two percents that has not fifty five or fifty six percent disapprove of of how trump has handled this. I think their instincts right because their instincts are that this will not only make America less safe. It will also entangle America more in the Middle East at a moment when the American public wants to have the troops come home. They don't see a strategic reason utility to continue these analysts wars and trump has done here is actually GonNa make much more more difficult for the United States to be able to leave the region instead. It's going to get more entangled in these endless wars already going on and now he's risking to start a third one so based on that. I think it's really difficult to see that. This is serving US national interest at this moment and it has not made America more safe Rule Romy asked you to respond to treater Parsa recent essay or I can't recall exactly where it was was a very interesting point he said is it time for us to to to Acknowledged that the United States is involvement in the Middle East has caused more instability tension and war than solving a regional tensions instability and war If you look at it on the face of it American involvement in the Middle East Gulf War One Gulf War to the various interventions. It does it. Seemed like it certainly has not quite and things down. Let me put it that way. Well I mean I again. I think the primary force driving arriving The sectarian bloodshed in the region has been the Islamic republic. It hasn't been the United States. I suppose you could have fond and memories of Saddam Hussein in the hundreds of thousands of people that he slaughtered. But I don't I think the United States if you can fault the United States as for anything it it does. It doesn't always want to stay the course and I don't think we're going to run from the Middle East. I think we should have learned that after nine eleven eleven And I think it's high time we realized that the primary driver of instability is Is Ron I mean I think it is amusing in important to note that they ask you mark. Let me ask you mark just one second is it. Iran hasn't been Sunni jihadists. I just I mean nine. Eleven was not perpetrated by run but by Saudi Arabian Egyptian Sunni fundamentalists who are actually enemies of Iran. Well I mean Customs Sulamani Lemani in In in particular was operationally responsible for creating Shiite militias in the model of Lebanese Hill is Bola they have somewhere somewhere. Upwards of fifty thousand of these folks now spread out through the Middle East He encouraged sectarianism radicalization of Shiite communities. They also supported Suny Jihadists. My God I mean. The Revolutionary Guard Corps was sending weaponry to Sunni jihadists in Iraq and they were sitting sitting rapid or Suny Jihadists Afghantistan. The Taliban was receiving weaponry. Notion that Zuni Jihadist. Let me I. Oh I'm sorry we have. We have a little bit of time and I just want to give the last word. Well look it's not about whether Iran also is Destabilizing realizing actor or the idea that only one actor could be stabilizing. Unfortunately you have several these stabilizing actors in the region. The question we have to ask ourselves has over militarized militarized. American dominance of the Middle East made America safer and made the Middle East more stable. The answer to that question I think is quite clear it has not worked and we should be pursuing other paths instead of does doubling down on something that has been devastating to the Middle East regardless of what the Iranians are doing. And they're doing a lot about how things as well and also made America less safe if we're actually going to be pursuing. US national interest. We should not organize it around the principle that the most important thing for the United States is revenge against Iran that is not a policy or an orientation that will make America better off. This is a very important debate and we will return to tweeted. I'm sorry we're out of time but thank you both very much next on. GPS We're going to switch subjects. There is a lot of hand wringing in America about the power the big a big technology companies wheeled over US our brains our lives Americans ought to look to the east to see what may be a rather frightening future the new trend coming out of east when we come back now for what in the world's segment Elizabeth Warren wants to break them up. The FTC wants to hold them accountable. A growing chorus accuses them of damaging democracy. America's because in the midst of an unprecedented furor over the unchecked power of its tech companies. But the problems in America actually be overshadowed overseas. He's take for example the leading Chinese social media and messaging APP. We check a platform with more than one billion users. It's popular beyond beyond China's borders with the Chinese diaspora and it is a breeding ground for fake news. That has proven uniquely difficult to monitor look at Australia. As the Australian Broadcasting Company reported in the run-up to elections in May we chat saw flurry of messages of dubious origins linking the Labor Party to a massive influx of refugees. One Post even claimed that Labor if elected would give refugees luxury apartments with views of the water upon arrival arrival and in the US researchers have linked we chat and the fake news and half food spread and group chats there to the falling support among Chinese Americans for for affirmative action as writes in the New Yorker we chat lends itself to misinformation. Because as with what's up it's hard to track down the origins of many posts which are forwarded from group to group taking on a life of their own. It's also easy to register. so-called official account and boasts public content and some of these accounts are run by bloggers and citizen journalists as a report by the Center for Digital Journalism notes. Those accounts can be as influential as mainstream stream media and many are nakedly. Partisan that's all about from the privacy concerns particularly inside China where we chat serves as a payments messaging suggest food ordering and ride hailing all at once that allows its parents company. Ten cents to collect a dizzying amount of data from uses and data is of course where the money is this. Monitoring of data is at the heart of what the social psychologists Shoshana Zubov 'cause surveillance capitalism capitalism capitalism based on watching your every move in China as quartz notes. The government could easily request and access data from tech companies so surveillance capitalism totalism mixes seamlessly with surveillance government and as the New York Times has reported the government has been deploying facial recognition software and its vast vast security apparatus to profile and control the WHITACRE's a Muslim ethnic minority in various parts of the country. The Times reports security cameras cameras outfitted with the software scan. Thousands of faces looking for ethnic police have put together face image databases from criminal criminal and other records and they use these systems to track Weigo's movements. It's an exercise in mass surveillance and social control that is breathtaking taking but the dangerous combination of artificial intelligence and policing is not limited to authoritarian regimes. Look at India. The world's largest democracy which is planning one of the world's largest facial recognition systems to aid police departments across the country authorities would be able to automatically cross-check US check images from security cameras with a database of known criminals missing children and passport photos data. Privacy activists in India have revolted halted. They worry that the system could be used for social policing and would trample on individual rights and privacy rights they feared would be linked to India's massive biometric database known as odd heart which holds the personal details of one point two billion people. The government has denied that it plans to link to the new system and has sought to de the emphasize the systems role in fighting crime but worries remain especially since the Indian government is increasingly using technology or the access to it as has a level of social control by shutting down the Internet in response to political unrest in several states this week the Indian Supreme Court declared the indefinite Senate Internet shutdown in Kashmir is illegal as is often happening these days. Hot New trends now come from the emerging markets including ones that are deeply blue troubling next on GPS weeks like these bring a big philosophical questions about the use of Western power luckily enough. I have a great philosopher. Who thinks about just those questions joining me next back in a moment with Bernard only libby? Don't forget if you miss a show. Go to CNN dot com slash read for linked to my I tunes podcast. The I want to get out of the Middle East. That was president trump in October explaining his decision to withdraw troops from northeastern Syria. The president has long opposed.
"gps" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"I think by striking striking the US air the US military base and the fact that all the missiles got through the air defense systems and all of them hit the base ace and created huge damage. That was sending a signal to the United States that Iran can strike hard. And I think the fact that the Iranians didn't target American can soldiers was important. Iranians were warning the United States that this confrontation is we don't want to escalate. But if you do yeah this is what we can do. And I think it's also a warning that all the US bases in the region therefore vulnerable. And I think it's especially important for those countries hosting spaces because if those bases are using any conflict Iranians have stated that those states will be deemed as hostile and therefore countries like the United Arab Emirates. If they are seen to be involve the Iranians will strike them hard and them won't Maso Iranians just simply want Americans to stop threatening the the country. Trump has repeatedly said threatened obliterating Iran he's talked about destroying Iran's cultural heritage. He's engineering a War Against the Iranian economy. Trying to make Uranian suffer as much as possible even preventing Iran from importing medicine pressuring countries not to allow their food and grain to be exported to Iran so the United States is seen as extraordinarily hostile and and to be blunt inhumane when it comes to Iran so this is a part of the Iran's pushback Oh so let me ask you the extraordinary confrontation between Iraq and the United States. The Iraqi Prime Minister and parliament have now asked for for American troops to withdraw. The trump administration has essentially said. No it has both simply said. We're not leaving but then also said if you would persist in this we're going to essentially a slap Sanctions on Iraq. A particular technical guy not lying to us an account that that From which it gets a lot of its oil revenues this seems an extraordinary confrontation between two countries that were allies. What happens if the Americans just don't go? I mean is there is no love lost between the Iraqi people in the US army. I mean yes. America's detail about era profoundly in the war against Isis. But we have to remember. It is the Americans who are blamed for the current political Elite that is ruling Iraq. The the Americans are blamed for the corruption that is the dominant data having said that at the same time. That aren't these. Do not want to be dragged walked into a middle of conflict with the United States. I mean sell traders here trump talking about the Iraqis having to pay for these basis as they choose to be me occupied first place but then The decision of the parliament in the Friday demonstrations in Baghdad. Many of the people I mean the majority were carrying placards cards saying the parliament does not represent me because no-one consulted RPG's about the decision to expel American troops. And if we've we've seen I mean of earlier said the wearing a post sectarian system but that conflict between American Iran as it was seen in the parliament the optics are very early sectarian. The Kurds the Sunnis boycotted the session. I was Ramadi what people say. No we don't want the Americans to leave because we don't want to end up. I mean again. A war between between the United States and Iran would not happen in the Horon or in DC. It's what happened in Baghdad to happen in Basra and this is the main feeling among the Iraqi people aw We don't want to fight America. We don't want to get on one other thing which I would like to add quickly in Algebra. Have the something called the game. You're not gonNA MOBILIZATION I I can I. Can I get to me because I do need to get a regional perspective the argument but the in Saudi at places like that have made is that Selemani used proxies spread Iran's influence across the region. Do you think the killing of Salou blue money and you know. The killing of salmon alone doesn't end it but I wouldn't call it influence this militia rule. What Iran Iran doesn't in the region is support armed groups non-state actors that take away from the sovereignty of countries like Iraq Lebanon Syria? I'm beyond so this isn't about influence or cultural influence. It's actually about militia rule and they just want to clarify one thing. There are no American bases in Iraq these Iraqi bases that Americans are using and the basis that that were struck where Iraqi bases and Iraqi troops were equally put in danger only American troops. And that's the fear it's Iraq and other Arab countries that get caught caught in this crossfire another points on the Iraqi parliament and they've made the point that it was not all political parties president and parliament there's even questions ends about that resolution that was passed because it wasn't electronic voting so we don't even know if that vote was accurate. The current prime minister is a caretaker prime minister so so he doesn't even have the legality to push forward on trying to get Americans out. You've had Hassan Nasrallah speak from Lebanon and say that we're going to push out. The Americans sounds from the region at a time when Lebanon is suffering from a crippling economic crisis and so the Iranian proxies whether it's through through law or Qatar Hezbollah inside Iraq or others others are basically willing to crush their own countries their own nations in order to push forward a foreign agenda which isn't Iranian agenda fascinating to get voices from the region on this next on. GPS WE will return to Washington and ask is the killing of General Suleimani on American masterstroke or America fueling tensions in the region a debate when we come back. Hi Everyone. I'm poppy harlow out with a new boss files episode Fashion Designer Eileen Fisher. She sees her brand as a platform and her employees incursion her to stand up on social issues including climate chain. She's a leading voice on environmental sustainability in the fashion industry. Also her take I'm profit-sharing she owns. 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"gps" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"Well I think it's obvious that many people are upset that the government or the armed forces delayed the announcement that the Iranians mistakenly down the plane and they should have said earlier that there was a high possibility until they and instead of waiting until they're three day investigation included but and the protests that are on the streets there there are different types of anger. Some people are simply angry that the government did this then. There are those who are on the streets who are calling for the overthrow of this republic. There are always people like that but I I think it's very a bad mistake for Western countries to hedge their bets on such such a group when we saw the five five to seven million people on the streets of Tehran alone last week commemorating the cost them money. General of Awesome Sulejmani. I think he who who symbolizes. The Islamic Republic of Iran and symbolizes is all that much of the Western political establishment hates about this Republic of Iran. I think that that shows does a great deal about where Iranian sentiments lie heart. Looking at it from Iraq is is this one more instance of how sectarian the Middle East has become in other words in Iraq we saw similar kinds of protests. Some of some people celebrating Sulaiman. He's dead some people opposing it. And is it just to put it very bluntly the Shia celebrating the the the you you know. I'm sorry. The Cindy's a celebrating Silliman's debt and the Shia are morning. It will read. I have to disagree agree here. I don't think this is a sectarian moment. In the Middle East in Iraq we so demonstrations on Friday and these demonstrations were calling both for Iran and the United States to leave Iraq outside this conflict. I mean if we step back a tiny bit and we see that Iraq is an very very posts. Sectarian moment as we've seen demonstrations taking place of the last three months these are post sectarian demonstration. These are Shia mosses offices opposing the ruling sheer political parties allied with Iran and the Shiite militias allied with Iran. So I would disagree. I don't think there is a sectarian terry reaction and out of there is what I can paraphrase as an Iraqi national reaction the majority of the people in the streets of Baghdad. They oppose both American and Iranian intervention in Iraq. People Affairs and Ministry of this. What does it look like to you when when you think about the fact that the UAE has been part of the fairly strong anti Iranian coalition is their sense? It seemed as though initially after the killing of Silimo Assoumani that even the government of Saudi Arabia and the UA were cautious. They did not want this to spiral out of control will the U E and Saudi Arabia have been quite cautious for months. Now let's not forget. There was an attack on Saudi Aramco in September previous previous to that there was an attack on oil tankers and all evidence indicates that Iran was behind those attacks and still the Saudi Arabia said. We do not want an escalation. We I do not want to see a war People in the Gulf are monitoring closely the protest movement in Iraq and also in Iran. Not to say that one side side in Iraq for example of the entire country. But there has been a nationalist movement that was saying soaking about Iraqi national identity. And that's something important to the Arab world fascinating on. Stay with us when we come back. I'm going to ask Professor Morandi. What Iran's next move is in this extraordinary game? The innovation process process begins with a big discovery followed by careful designing and refining. And then you're ready for the last step manufacturing I'm grant Imahara and for our final episode engineering big ideas. I'll talk with pioneering tech manufacturer. Vs See about the pivotal moment. When a concept monthly comes the life visit house dot com slash empowering innovation to watch this episode and more? Hey Kristen ludlow and I'm candace Parker we've got a new podcast properly called lead low and parker on our show. You'll hear our takes on the NBA. A league that we both eat sleep and breathe every day. Listening in. On one of the League's most plugged invoices in Kristen and not to mention getting the perspective from a two-time WNBA MVP and one of the most decorated athletes to ever replayed game in Kansas. We talked to some of our friends from around the game pop culture and more search for Ludlow and Parker and subscribe today and we are back with Muhammed Morandi in Tehran Abdullah hard in Baghdad and would be meaner all O'Reilly Professor Marandi. Let me ask you what is Iran's next move here it seemed to signal that it hit was done. A now faces the pressure because of the fallout from the Ukrainian airliner airliner. It also facing a very bad economy is the is the Iranian government very much on the defensive or do you expect some kind of a symmetrical response in the future..
"gps" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"You are watching angry angry protesters in Tehran on Saturday. Those chance you hear say death to the supreme leader. It is the latest reaction to a tumultuous ten days Z.. Neuron starting with America's killing Iran. Stop General than on Wednesday round retaliated with missiles launched basis in Iraq housing Americans that same data Iran shutdown inadvertently. It says a Ukrainian airliner killing all one hundred and seventy six passengers and crew. These protests are in response to that incident president trump mike pompeo and bb Netanyahu all immediately voiced support for the protesters will the anger on the streets of their on amount to anything joining me. Now in Tehran Mohammad Marandi a professor at the University of Darren in Baghdad Abdullah a reporter for the Guardian and in Abu Dhabi me now or I be the editor in chief of the UAE based newspaper The national professor. Marnie let me start with you and ask do you. How do we understand these protests? which seem dramatic in that they specifically talk about the regime the Islamic republic about the supreme leader and seemed to be animated by sense that the regime should not have done should not have been engaging in warfare without closing down the airspace space? If it knew it was firing missiles should not have lied disclaiming responsibility for this should not have been as slow to be transparent with the information and all all of it has produced this fairly dramatic reaction against the Islamic Republican the government..
"gps" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"To all of you in the United States and around the world. I'm Farid Sakaria coming to you live today on the show. Iran strikes back the Islamic republic responds to America's killing of its top general with missiles fighted basis housing. The American troops tit for tat. So is it now over Moran appears to be standing down or have have we just begun. The United States has to come to its senses. I'll talk to experts across the region about all that the Ukrainian airline and Moore also Iran has now abandoned the nuclear deal. Are we back to nuclear brinksmanship and the dangers of a regional war. The great debate between rule direct and treat a parcel then should the United States be pushing for democracy accuracy around the world in places like Iraq even Iran. I'll talk to the EMINEM. French philosopher Bernard only about. This question is fascinating documentary films on the region and more but first. Here's my take three months ago. Donald Trump from suddenly withdrew American forces from northern Syria that were in part swatting Iran's efforts to dominate that country. His rationale was clear. Going going into the middle. East is one of the worst decisions ever made in the history of our country. It's like quicksand last week. He dramatically escalated America's military leterrier engagement in the quicksand ordering a strike on Iran's most important military leader and deploying thousands more troops. How to make sense of this Middle East policy? It actually gets more confusing around the same time that he was urgently withdrawing American troops from what he called this long bloodstained stained sand trump sent three thousand additional troops to Saudi Arabia. When asked why he answered the Saudis were paying good money for this deployment and just a few weeks? After announcing the Syria withdraw he reversed himself and left some troops in the North for one reason. We want to keep the oil or clear now. After the killing last week of custom solar money trump won that worry ron to attack any Americans or American assets he would retaliate very fast and very hard and yet after Iran data tack to Iraqi Basis Housing American troops. frump essentially did nothing. Iran appears to be standing down. Now I'm glad trump chose to de-escalate but that doesn't change the fact that he reversed himself yet yet again see the problem. With trump's foreign policy is not any specific action the killing of Silliman. You could be justified as a way to respond respond to Iranian provocations. But this move like so much from foreign policy was impulsive reckless unplanned and inconsistent it and as usual the chief impact is chaos and confusion trump. Did Not Bother to coordinate. With the government of Iraq on whose territory the attack attack was perpetrated after the Iraqi government and protested and voiced a desire to have American troops leave Iraq. He belligerently threatened to sanction the country tree and stay put until it the US billions of dollars for an airbase the result a policy that could well have produced a marked diminution of Iran's power might instead triggered the withdrawal of American forces from Iraq. which has been the chief Iranian objective in the region for years? This is not an isolated instance from began his policy toward North Korea threatening fire and fury like the world has. I've never seen he ridiculed. It's Me Kim Jong Hoon as rocket man soon. He was declaring his unabashed affection for Kim. We fell in love and and making unprecedented concessions by meeting with Kim. Three times trump kept hoping for a deal and despite every indication that Kim was unwilling kept up. His one sided love affair minimizing the North Korean. Regime's record of almost unsurpassed brutality and terror. Donald Trump does not. What have a foreign policy? He has a series of impulses isolationism unilateralism bellicosity. Some of them completely contradictory one might surge at any particular moment triggered usually by trump sense that he might look weak or foolish there often unleash without any consultation and then his yes men lineup to defend him. Supporting the president's every move with North Korean style enthusiasm no matter how incoherent the United States has made mistakes in foreign policy but over the past several decades. It has by and large had a carefully taught Fu process of decision-making involving consultation with allies and has tried to maintain consistency and coherence in its policy that hard won reputation is now being squandered in arena after arena around the globe for more go to CNN dot com slash. Read and read my Washington Post column this week.
"gps" Discussed on KCRW
"K for GPS the global positioning system was designed with a limit the number of weeks it could count every nineteen years. The program reaches that limit and the count resets that happened tonight. What might happen tonight? Franks loofah director of the McRae institute for critical infrastructure protection and cybersystems joins us now from the campus of Auburn university. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you got my privilege will anything happened. You know, that's something. We don't have a clear picture. I think by in large. Most people are quite confident no need to panic at this stage. The government has been speaking to industry that are dependent upon GPS for the past that two years now. And actually, this is the second time will go through a rollover the first one occurred in nineteen ninety nine what's different between today. And then is our exponential growth. Independence upon GPS. You've got billions of devices now connected to GPS. So obviously dependence is much greater most of us, obviously in it using GPS if we're trying to get somewhere, but I gather it's it's key to things like communications in the power grid, even finance absolutely basically all of that critical infrastructure. It's it's probably the most significant. Dependency to critical functions time that is and precise time though, Haynes of transactions clear daily all of which are time stamped and all of the global markets. The electric grid is dependent upon GPS navigation, obviously is as well. It is one of these cross cutting interdependencies that critical infrastructure is completely reliant upon not to mention individuals. Anyone who's a parent? I'm sure they've heard are we there yet? And what time is it something? I've heard many times from my kids over the years. So it touches pretty much. Everyone is the system secure, you know, GPS it's cheap in cost. It's quite efficient. But it is vulnerable. It's vulnerable to jamming. It's also vulnerable to spoofing where you can insert bad data into the system to cause the system to do something it wasn't intended to do the system is handled itself incredibly well. But our dependence is become almost that of. A single point failure that we need to be looking to alternatives to GPS we need to be investing in new technologies. And this is something that department of defense and DARPA in particular have been keeping their eyes on the ball for quite some time because they too are concerned that weapon systems and sticks may not work as advertised in the event of a crisis. So if something happens when will we know the actual rollover itself as at eleven fifty nine Greenwich, meantime, seven fifty nine PM east coast time. So I think there'd be a clear indicator. If something is a skew you'd find out relatively quickly. But the thing to keep in mind here is modern system. So modern devices receivers and the like they're actually moving to a thirteen binary bit system. So in other words, right now the storage face is able to maintain a thousand twenty four weeks. Wchs going forward. Hopefully, we don't have to worry about this for another one hundred fifty seven years. Oh, all right below. I'll take those odds. There's some good news there. Same here. Frank slew of the mccreery institute for critical infrastructure protection. Cybersystems? Thanks so much for being with us and mail, your rollovers be completed. Very good. May the force be with us. Thank you, Scott. This is NPR news. Donald Trump is paying a rare. Visit the California this week. His third is president after inspecting the southern border. He's got a pricey fundraiser in the L A area, hoping Golden State donors will shell out for his reelection. But just thirty percent of Californians approve of the job from doing tune into KCRW news as we follow the president's visit threats to close the border may affect businesses and families and threats to close the Poro five may affect your Friday commute. Tune in every day. So Cal news right here.
"gps" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"GPS. Public safety agencies in California's there's the California Highway Patrol Cal fire. Utilized GPS timing at the major dispatch console systems. And that is transmitted to personnel via radio. US Geological Survey officials monitor seismic movement or tectonic plate movement using the GPS sensors. They're also going to have to recalibrate or at least hope for the best. It's rollover takes place. They depend on GPS very reliant. We had a caller from Texas. You said that the the shuttle, but the ISS we'll probably have to go dark for an hour in order to recalibrate its GPS system because of this. He this happens roughly every twenty years back. Rolled over the first time it really didn't matter because we'd have too many of these of systems that would go haywire. But around August twenty first nineteen ninety nine there are few documented problems this time. It's different. We twenty years ago. You didn't have GPS in your cell phone K. And now we have GPS in cellphone so GPS rollover event with throw off time by rolling back. The wrong date disrupt critical systems or throw them out of sync with time not to mention it would make your own personal GPS system performance bizarre manner. Now, if you driving your car and you suddenly find yourself in the Pacific Ocean. Don't blame me we're giving you the warning now because the department of homeland security has also published a bulletin warning about the upcoming event and recommending that GPS users bake sure their devices are properly updated. Now, others are saying well, most modern devices should be fine. I was reading an article KP. I x channel five in California. And the California officer emergency services told K pie KPI X channel five. The agency is performance assessment of various public safety agency radio systems that has worked with manufacturers of GPS timing. Receivers officials said that manufacturers devices used cow ES assure them the devices will not be impacted by the rollover event. So. It's interesting. How all this timing is happening right now. That we have these devices that well, they're calling it a mini Y2._K. And the glitch happens because the GPS glitches happening because of how satellites broadcast Timestamps..