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"georgia moldova ukraine" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

13:30 min | 9 months ago

"georgia moldova ukraine" Discussed on Trumpcast

"And ponchos no twitter over the weekend so I'm feeling sanguine and chill about President George McGovern or Marianne Williamson and really just being here now in the age of Aquarius and I'm not kidding because there's good news today for heartbroken American and this really is not gonNa last forever trump will begun bar will be gone pompeo will be Gone Giuliani will be gone and trump cast will be gone yes we promised to stay till this is over right now I'm promising it will be over and here are some good signs creepy trump byte trey goudy has said he won't represent the President Trey Goudy won't represent the President Okay former Republican Senator Jeff Flake Republican senators Mitt Romney Ben Sasse and Susan Collins all condemned trump's appeals to foreign powers to investigate political rivals Republican Senator Chuck Grassley a go check has said the figure who blew the whistle on trump's impeachable call with Ukraine should be protected and when pushed by a constituent in Iowa Senator Jodi Ernst agreed with her colleague Chuck Grassley said the whistle blower whom trump has savaged deserves protections Tucker Carlson condemned trump's call with Ukraine Tucker a Carlson he said there's no way to spin it and there is indeed no way to spin it when House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy appeared on sixty minutes he was widely panned for his effort to reproduce exactly trump's incomprehensible talking points about his great wisdom and his beautiful perfect Phone Call With Ukrainian Colin Powell Republican also says the Republican Party needs to get its shit together he may have phrased that differently twenty and lawmakers aides and advisers Republicans told The Washington Post that the party is in convulsions about what to do as president tanks and this stuff you will not believe save as of today the proportion of the American population who say Congress should move to impeachment and removal is up to twenty four percent sent a quarter of the nation what's the president removed from office and those who support impeachment inquiry are now thirty one percent so that's fifty five percent majority backing and impeachment inquiry at minimum a big part of those people want removal that's the highest that this NBC poll has shown all year so the majority of Americans now believe there's something gravely wrong with Donald Trump and twenty four percent want him removed moved twenty one percent of Republicans also support the impeachment inquiry so just please as you listen to you know Jim Jordan Yemen trying to make trump look right in this or people talking deep state or Giuliani garbled mash don't listen to them look at the the numbers the American people don't want this president anymore so as Ned Flanders on the simpsons might say idly idly Ho have you heard the good news filmer all right my guest today is the Great Molly mccue she's an info warfare expert who has advised leaders in Estonia and throughout the Baltic six she's an extraordinary thinker on the role of Ukraine in all this trump's call to isn't just a problem for America it is a big problem for Ukraine molly welcome back to trump cast thanks for having me so we the people of the United States a partial transcript of that trump is alinsky all we got the impeachment inquiries we got some hydrogen from Democrats and if you out of office Republicans we got weird frothing at the mouth nonsense from trump's facto Adams those stores in deprived hacks like Graham and Jim Jordan then we got texts between ambassador Ukraine Gordon Sandline special envoy Kurt Volker that you and I texted about late at night and then we got lots of self-incriminating tweets from trump and the impeachments tagging along but in all this Russian of the call and the texts and their implications for US politics on the president's future we have not spoken nearly enough about your area of expertise you rain and also Vladimir Putin so maybe you can finally once and for all give us context citing your awesome politico Michael about what that call and what the unholy Putin trump alliance means for Ukraine yeah it's it's a deep well of who to dig in into this week but it's been a great week for Putin it was his birthday yesterday I think he's gotten some very nice gifts usually he gets you know puppies and golden plated statues from various Central Asian dictators but you know this year he's gotten a pretty great gift at in the form of a huge deliverable in Syria and a pretty great gift in the form of multiple deliverables deliverables from the president of the United States including discussed racing the Ukrainian president and involving him in scandal continuing to sort of stoke the internal political chaos of the United States and just sort of in general advancing huge amounts of Kremlin narrative on how feckless we are how corrupt Ukraine is really leaving the whole battlefield open for Putin to just walk right through so who put that word corruption in trump's head because that's the word that he settled on he's now acting like he's a great photo of corruption and why is corruption aligned for him almost uniquely with Ukraine is that Kremlin narrative this is one of the most interesting things that I think we've heard from him and you can always tell when some idea has been placed in his head and he just repeats over and over without changing the wording at all amend this is one of them and the number of times that he has said in the last ten days or so Ukraine so corrupted as the most corrupted is so corrupt there's corruption everywhere which obviously there is a lot of corruption in Ukraine it is part of why there have been multiple revolutions in Ukraine the fighting corruption is actually a very important thing that needs to be done there by the president trying to reduce this like there is nothing good in Ukraine it's just a bunch of corrupt thugs is one hundred percent a piece of the Kremlin's narrative which is like there's nothing you can do to make Ukraine better there's no one to work with there's no partners you can engage it's just corrupt sucks and Nazis and whoever Olson in terms of how they talk about Ukraine and this thing that I I don't think I was aware of where crackdown on corruption send which is something that's Putin did when he put his business enemy cutoff ski in Cage and it's what NBS did when he locked up a bunch of his rivals in the In the hotel was up that the Hilton or am I mixing up a Ritz maybe it was it was the rich yeah that's right so he he like he gave them a high style. NBS locked down and now we see sort of trump talking crackdown on corruption and once you represent your rivals as corrupt it becomes license it sounds like to do almost anything and that's what Putin also has done with Ukraine while it's especially in the post-soviet region and certainly not limited to their it's a common theme if you look at any parts of politics in Africa and a lot of Asia a lot of corruption everywhere and a classic strategy to go after political opponents incorrupt places is to accuse them of corruption when you control the eh sort of agencies that get to pursue corruption because then you can kind of control where the investigations go and who is targeted who was not so I mean it's a classic strategy of smearing people when you know in fact you will find corruption if you look because there's so much corruption but Putin in particular has used it as a political weapon many of the cases including some Khodorkovsky and some of the cases that sort of came out of that the way that he is pursue bill browder and others it's always about corruption it's always about tax evasion accusations and it's all just sort of Hickey Dustin make believe in the context of what the Kremlin is stealing and how wanders its own money and but this this sort of package of tools using corruption to target it's so important because the narrative so powerful in Washington I think we've gotten to the point and in Western capitals and I think we've gotten to the point DC where if Putin accused of someone of corruption everybody's sort of like at whatever it's probably politically motivated by you know if you're Georgia Moldova Ukraine and Eastern European Dan country that's what you do when you want to win friends in DC you come in you say no no it's totally fine that I am prison my political opponent you don't understand how corrupt they are there responsible for all this corruption and those wars are fought constantly with lobbyists and other things in Washington than with investors on and it's really hard to figure out when these environments are so opaque what is real and what is not whose side you WanNa pick who side you don't WanNa be on they know it's confusing messy an awful so it's just sort of the tool that they use and in Ukraine case in particular I mean if if you ever want to look at a place that sort of like the ultimate non Linear Enviro meant crane everybody that you know it's it's like huge factions of different actors agendas alignments to the Kremlin almost everything has Russian money tied to it over it under it somewhere and if you don't understand who the person is that's talking to you than you don't understand the information that they're giving to you and what their own personal motivation for that information is and it's really easy for Westerners to get caught up in other people's mess because you understand speak particularly non linear language or dialect or something that's why your reading of this phone call I was especially potent because you hear corruption and I don't think trump's ever said the word corruption and you don't get excited about trump is trump is finally decided that bribes and blackmail are not you know shouldn't be tolerated you hear Kremlin playbook and you also can hear sort of the clash of arms behind this that there's still a war what's fair to call a war in Ukraine that started when Crimea was annexed in twenty fourteen we don't think about this done boss conflict but that's also at stake in this phone call so tell us about that you know since especially sort of two thousand seven two thousand eight when we saw new Putin had become president two thousand he spent a number of years sort of reconsolidating power two thousand eight was the Russian invasion of Georgia which was sort of this huge weird thing no one expected except you know anybody actually paying attention and and then after what happened was right around the time of Obama's election everybody just wanted to go away to norm all and there was the reset and it was like it never happened at Hooton paid no price you have this period where there's the revamp everything the Kremlin learned from that what they sort of the new tools the new military footprint all the new propaganda mechanisms we're developing and then you have two thousand fourteen just after the Sochi Olympics which was sort of Putin's little crown jewel where you have the rapid annexation of Korea invasion with the green man the immediate annexation of the territory and then at parallel sort of the launch of the invasion of eastern Ukraine which sort of move the needle completely awaited from the idea that Crimea was ever going back because there was this other Maury understood what it was like for Ukraine in Yana Kovic really destroyed Ukraine the nominally pro-western according to Paul Manafort but really Kremlin signed president crane one of the things that he did that the Kremlin was very happy about was really gut the armed forces of Ukraine so when he fled after the John when the government collapsed when there's this war going on there was not an army to fight the Russian invasion and if you had been there in two thousand fourteen early twenty not an army to do it than raising money online for bullets and body armor and toilet paper and food and sort of running it out and truck convoys from Kiev if you saw the early part of the fighting you understood what the what this country was up against and now five years later with you know a tremendous amount of commitment and innovation Ukrainian side with very limited but extremely important support from the United States other NATO partners to help them with their training to give them better skills to fight help them build.

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"georgia moldova ukraine" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

Security on The Bayou

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"georgia moldova ukraine" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

"And. Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host Chris Adkins. And they're a recap of today's Security News and why it matters to you. Welcome to security on the by you. It is Thursday may sixteenth twenty nineteen and here. Stay Security News in why matters to you first off big news of the day. This articles on wired. One thing in this article you could Google and find almost anywhere. Probably be on your local news Google replaced. Tightened security key. Over a bluetooth flaw. This is written by lily. Hey Newman, essentially, there is a flaw in the titan key with the B L E that will could allow an actor to intercept and rela- signals. Including credentials. So while there is a flaw, or a Miskin Figari in this piece of hardware in reality. This attack would be extremely difficult to pull off. You're gonna have to be within thirty feet of someone using a key. You're also going to have to already know they're using password. But if you have both those things in you're able to pull this off, you can get access to the user's machine and their account locally. So it is dangerous the fact that you could do this. You know, increases increases the dangerous Osceola with his account or with this attack. And, you know, of course, you know, one of the things they point out in this article is that those people that are using this type of thing are probably extremely security conference in really, really worried about this. So good part on Google is they're going to replace it with a new version that does not have this issue. It's going to be have a three on the back. I take that back. Anything has t one or two on the. They will replace. So if you've got one go get it replaced. And also good for you for using something like this next from the hacker news by Mohib Kumar goes. Nim. Geos. E N, YM banking, our gang, dismantled by international law enforcement. So this was a multinational group, from Bulgaria, Germany, Georgia, Moldova Ukraine. United States euro Justice in euro poll, they were able to bring down this Bank banking, malware, Trojan group, cybercrime network. Whatever you wanna call it a bunch of bad guys with our stealing money. They're responsible for stealing. Nearly one hundred million dollars from forty one thousand victims of the globe. Anytime I see one of these get excited. This is good stuff. I mean anytime cooperation between multiple countries multiple law enforcement. This is just good for the world in general for people, you know, it's one less thing to worry about there's already enough going on in this world that you have to worry about your money gets stolen lesson. You want is your money, stolen while you're on the internet. So they were able to get these guys. One of them has green hair is interesting. Sort of fitting, the other one's wearing a black beanie. I mean if there's hackers these are them right who super hackers. One of them's got some acne issues going to perfect fit the profile. Exactly. I don't know how they catch them early next from ZD net Russian government sites. Leak passport and personal. Let me try that again. Russian government sites. Leak passport and personal data for two point two five million users written by Caitlyn. Simpatico. Four zero day. So this is an interesting article this researcher found that he was able to collect. PI is what I would call it for Russian folks, employee government employees, citizens and high-ranking politicians from all these different sites that have passport information or an S N, I S, which is the equivalent to a social security number here in the United States. So he did the responsible thing. He found all this. He reported it to the Russian government and the Russian government said nuts all good. It's supposed to be public information. And then he went into the, the press. And now they've gotten a hold of the story, obviously. So it's interesting couple of times they've come back and said, no, no, no. It's all good. This is supposed to be out there. Which makes you wonder what is the Russian government? Define p IS in my mind. If the US government said, no everybody can have your passport information in your social security number. It's okay we would lose our collective minds. So I don't you know, I don't know if this is just a, a statement, by the Russian government or if somebody really just doesn't know what's going on over there, so they were notified eight months ago. So plenty of time to fix it. I think you know, this guy did did his due diligence. Right. He's a you know, he alerted all the right people on. They chose to do nothing about it. So that is your Security News for the day. This is security on the buy in, it is Thursday may sixteenth twenty nineteen everybody have a wonderful day. We'll talk tomorrow. 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