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"gulf oman" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"What's your one that you deserve? One of prosperity at home in harmony with the nations of the world. The United States is ready to embrace raced peace seeking but let's get into the first storey outside of Donald trump lying to you about everything that happened and this is in regard to the contractor menace. Probably some of the tags we have in this video today. which is exactly why they don't want you seeing this stuff because this doesn't look very good for them? This is coming from zero. US military contractor contractor whose death led to solemn on strike finally identified finally finally identified after a week. Gee I wonder why that it might be. I wonder why they would drag their feet on something like this after saying well. We don't reveal that and then finally here a week later. We'll yes we will now. Because that's not suspicious at all so last night. The Sacramento Bee finally identified the US contractor who's alleged death was used to justify action against a group they never ever proved in any way was behind the attack or that the group was in any way controlled by Iran but what is facts in evidence matter in today's world so even if all all they say about this man is true that in that in no way changes their actions following it that were at every possible possible way illegal in every sense of the word regardless of what this person was or where if he was killed or anything about what. They're saying everything that followed were still legal nonetheless which is probably why they're really really afraid of people like us talking about this because it shows that their fraudulent rogue corrupt dishonest people that we should not be following an actual patriots who actually understand the constitution and care about this country should be screaming that from the rooftops to these people are are not representing you and in fact they're lying to you about pretty much damn near everything today in order to kill people in your name and call it freedom now an Iraqi American. Interestingly I find that very review revelled relevant in this whole topic so he's an Iraqi American thirty-three-year-old now res- will lead amid now. He served as a translator for Virginia. Based Company security firm valiant which contracts with the the army intelligence and security command and guess what according to its website they assist with operations ranging from counter intelligence to support the special operations personnel. So he was a spy I wonder why they wouldn't want us to know that this is just. It's just so obvious but of course tweeted out and Iraqi American which they said serve the translator for security for valiant than that. They're involved in operations counterintelligence of course he worked in counterintelligence of course he did and I wonder why they wouldn't want us to see that which you know just just so happens happens to this whole part about the counterintelligence the place other than the place that he worked being called valiant. Guess what that this whole thing just so happens is to be the one part that was left out by the Washington Post article about this man which was of course stressing the article that he was only an interpreter. I wonder why why they do that. I guess they just missed that incredibly relevant part of the story where he was an interpreter for counterintelligence outfit that worked in Iraq and he's a former Iraqi that just scream some kind of intelligence operation so he's a spy ladies and gentlemen immediately after his death the US had taken the unprecedented action of conducting a major bombing on Khattab Hezbollah a popular mobilization unit group part of the Iraqi military they attack act them in Iraq and Syria killing over thirty people. Most of which as I said a moment ago were you but of course if you're watching that in the first part of the future you you're probably confused because because youtube just censored this show and split it into because that's what they do to honest people giving you the truth but they killed over twenty people that were Iraqi. Jackie police military innocent people. But we don't talk about that ask yourself why that's irrelevant to the story when we're talking about people who are doing bad things and killing people right around that guy they killed civilians but then we did the same thing but we don't care about that because it was for freedom and that fund how that works out now oddly. The Pentagon refused for over a week to discuss the identity of the counterintelligence translator that was reportedly killed claiming they quote. Don't divulge the the identity of contractors. But I guess they just woke up today and thought Nah it just let him know or they finally had enough time to sell L.. They're manufactured narrative in the way that they want to do. Because that's always what this comes down to control the narrative and manipulating the situation. Making sure that you see things the way you they want you to always. What's happening here now valiant? The company confirmed his death yesterday. They said quote. We are deeply deeply saddened by the tragic death of of a made valiant said this in their statement they said Mr Hamid was a consummate professional and highly committed member or of the valiant team who was cherished and valued by his colleagues sure fury was right and by the way I'm not trying to diminish this person or his life or his family or you know I I don't know the first thing about this personal life of this man but that's not what's best not what we're talking about here. I'm not even suggesting what he was doing was illegal or wrong or anything. I'm just talking about the fact that this is a person who was working with counterintelligence with the US government and that's probably why they didn't want us to know about this because probably probably what he was doing. was spying on people manipulating things like they always always do now. The security firm didn't release any further details of course as the up to a- As to the precise nature of his work I wonder why because that is what you get when talking about counter intelligence operations absolutely nothing now amid became a naturalized citizen only in two thousand seventeen after he and his family. I came to the United States in two thousand eleven from Iraq. Mind you so. This was likely Iraqi turned and recruited for counter intelligence. That's my guess but nonetheless. It's funny how we're talking about someone that was in two thousand seventeen became a US citizen from Iraq from the group that place that they were invading a person then decided to work for counterintelligence for the government against his home country. And they called this a you UNAMERICAN contract now he is an American but we have to admit that that's a little deceiving so little misleading. Wouldn't you say and that's probably why they don't want you know in this now. Half of the story is being left out. When you read the mainstream media information again ask yourself why that would b but they'll keep referring to as linguists and that's it but then we need to ask ourselves? Why would they hide who he was for in Tyre Week? If that's all he was and I doubt that there's a shortage of translators in Iraq. So we have to see how this probably turned out and the highly suspicious. Timing of this release as he's buried in Sacramento is yet another. I don't know Jeffrey Epstein Style Red Flag here in this highly highly suspect series of events. Were absolutely nothing has been proven claim after claim after claim of trust me as their green caught for lying about things like Duba and they still do it anyway and sadly people still choose to trust them. I guess it's just easier weak weak willed but it's easier I guess now let's follow up with yesterday's events and the possibility that there was some sort of coordination between Ron's attack and the US military being basically sold its could happen without casualties and they de-escalate right so this or so. Oh the reporting. But here's the thing is. I don't think this was something that was done from. The I think this was individually done and this is my take on. I'm looking at here but I truly think that what we're looking at is donald trump or someone in that situation making. This happened because they knew that they that people were trying to start a war like the always have been. That's something we have to consider and that I think is a very positive way to look at this that there are in fact people maybe trump himself that are pulling back from the neo con agenda despite the fact that trump is just as much a part of it right now as everybody else whether that's because he's being manipulated cowed by the advisors or or he's happy to do it in some cases but nonetheless however it is to pull back from the situation was a positive thing absolutely this next article coming from Alabama this entitled Iran's missile launch against to US bases in Iraq calls trump's bluff. Yeah we got a good amount tune back in but understand again. So we're at seven hundred now where we had fourteen hundred before. That's what you that's why they do that right. This is to suppress the information. I hope you guys you can see that now. Honestly I said before I. It's really irrelevant to me that it. I'm GonNa do this no matter what I'm GonNa Continue to bring you the truth always always but nonetheless when we don't reach New People that's the goal. The goal is to make sure that we're only speaking to each other that we never find the new people and help wake up people you know. Often I get emails and comments and letters from people saying that I was lost until we had information from independent media. Not just me by the way but independent media media or telling me that because of your show specifically that I ultimately was able to see through this. That's what they're trying to avoid. That's what scares them. And that's why they're suppressing us very openly today understand now yesterday as you mentioned as you know if if you watch the show or any other independent media a ron fired seventeen. Km to type missiles and five solid fueled talk three thirteen missiles now these were towards two different US bases in Iraq now between one forty five to fifteen local time twenty two hundred ut C. Seventeen missiles hit the on Asad airbase west of Ramadi Mahdi now then five missiles were aimed at a bill airport in the northern Kurdish region of Iraq. There were reportedly no casualties which seems aims today to be confirmed by both the US in Iran but not always recognized that these things we question everything as always. It's possible because of the way that I feel. This went down on that. If there were casualties one way or the other that they would have sort of agreed to not talk about it now the Swiss Embassy in Tehran which represents the United States was apparently warned at least one hour before the attack happened. Which is pretty interesting? which kind of makes this seem? Not the Wade's being presented. Wouldn't and you agree now around twelve. Am Ut see the US Federal Aviation Administration issued a notice to airmen The which prohibited weird. I think we actually reported this while we were on the live. Show the other day yesterday but they prohibited civil. US flights over Iraq Iraq Iran and Persian Gulf and the Gulf Oman and and this is because they were warned understand and it seems at least according to Iran's foreign minister that they also reached out out and warned Iraq's government and possibly even the US government themselves now from brief Iran informed Iraqi Iraqi government of missile attack on US base. This is coming from Iran's foreign minister. Vodka he is saying that he told Rack. Now understand that that just simply means is because he you know he actually respect their sovereignty but I find it next to impossible to believe that he would not know or assume that the US would get wind of that that that they would hear about it that they will get word from somebody..
"gulf oman" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"The I call geopolitical Oh pathologist here. We're going to get a geopolitical bone sauce scalpels knives to open up this very ugly mass that happened yesterday with the Democrats hoping beyond reason and common sense and disaster of of Mr Mueller wasn't even via with his own documents that were not pen by him <hes> Josh I want you to go to a geopolitical autopsy on the disaster yesterday and where this leads this whole thing because Durham and the bar reports are going to go onto the next few months and the session has been as actually retire soon because it two days before the six week August recess and I believe the Democrats now have committed I form of Geopolitical Hurry County which is Japanese right of self immolation by putting a summarize sort in your abdomen disembowelling yourself before I believe they disemboweled themselves on areas that they didn't they well. I'll tell you this look. I have no sympathy whatsoever for a corrupt dirty cop like Robert Mueller but I have to say it looked like elder abuse out there for the public to see and I think the Democrats are guilty of elder abuse because criminally <hes> it was a criminal act what what he did basically I mean here's a guy that says that he doesn't even know what fusion G._P._S. is. He doesn't know Glenn Simpson. It's above your purview. Are you kidding me. You know what team it makes me seem like that Robert Mueller never did any of the investigation for the two plus years he just just hired Weisman to do it. All whitesman then hired a bunch of people to do it all Whitesman even as corrupt and crooked and see is even he realized that there was no there there early on in the process but didn't report back or didn't care to report back or maybe it and still didn't care to report back to Mueller about it and they just kept going on with this facade for as long as humanly possible. You know what I hope that Boomerang Operation Boomerang is in full effect effect and I hope John Durham takes down Robert Mueller along with all these other groups they criminals because I'll tell you right now. Robert Mueller perjured himself. I am a minimum of one time in that hearing maybe more but at least one time and it was in particular the time when he was speaking with representatives anti fix who said on May tenth of two thousand Seventeen at seven forty five in the morning or wherever it was did you or did you not have a conversation with Rod Rosenstein about selecting a special counsel not you in particular special counsel in general and he was like all right. I don't know I don't think so and he's like a wicked. Did you did you none like I don't recall ever having that and that's why Andy Biggs looked at him with that crazy look and then Robert Mueller said what what you don't believe me and he said well actually no. I don't because the record shows that you did have in this conversation. Sell forgetting something does not excuse for violating Perjury Okay Robert Mueller committed perjury on a minimum of one time and needs to be held accountable for it. There needs to be a counter investigation into Robert Mueller from jumped testimony in particular on on the fact that he committed perjury right. I think this is more deadly than even the uranium one scandal US involved with that and the cover up nine eleven and Benghazi which another disaster created during Miller's time and Hillary Clinton as a senator I mean this is kind of foolish is going on here and Mueller is got blood on his hands as me and the fact that Weizman Weisman needs to go to jail and somebody's so called even rats like judge Pirro calls them what I see happening here is this is going to turn back. I'M GONNA say very pointedly. You're gonNA start seeing the dominos fall when one of these rats is going to turn on the other rats and try to get a deal and then you're gonNa see a whole lot of them wearing orange jumpsuits doing the PERP Walk We. We need to play some really good jazz music while we turned into video of seeing a bunch of Intel Ages F._B._i.. Department of Justice and politicians doing the PERP Walk to maximum security prison without air with a yard work time no Internet no book deal House that yeah he I'm for it man. That's exactly what I hope happens. I hope these people are held accountable for what they did. An amazing kind of treason word hang on anything you say the treason word you you get an article written about yeah from right wing watch so I'll refrain from that but look the bottom line is these people need to be held accountable. You're right. They do need to go to jail. Hopefully many of them will start flipping on each other <hes> like the rats that they are and <hes> we'll see what happens since I know that Durham is a no nonsense guy and it looks like bill bars in the right spot but as I said before and I'll continue to say until he's gone. Christopher Ray is in the way and Christopher Ray needs to go for there to be full gases well ray to meet another example along with John Lightning bolden even palm pale that are bad advisers. They were beating your wardrobe trying to push trump to do something stupid and now there's lots of steps before trump needs to engage in any direct conflict with Iran. The main thing is defensive strategy which is why you're gonNA defend the pipeline across Saudi Arabia defend the airbases in the Middle East and Israel and <hes> I think economically we have a lot of things brazier sitting over whatever they're part of the flotilla they try to control the Gulf Oman. We should take over those areas. We should not allow the Ryan's to control the street over Mo's anymore the Gulf Amman that doesn't mean we needed to militarily conflict with him unless they decided to directly attack our ships in which case we you should sink them but to be honest with you. I don't think we should do a penalty attack. I think what we should also do is a economic sanctions against their so called allies agreed with Iran even though they've proven that they're going to enrich uranium to create a weapons-grade bomb and building missiles to attack Israel and European countries that won't play ball with them and we need a sanction against the corporations that are making Russia deals for example Airbus making deals with a with Iran selling Airbuses they. That's why the back door here these corporations in Europe are making back door deals with Iran and and they're laughing all the way to the bank while they're putting the whole world in danger they are and look. I hope that <hes> the new Prime Minister of the U._K.. Boris Johnson <hes> I know that he's going to be dead set on getting the brexit going and making sure who said I think by October or something like that that they were going to be out but he also needs to also be able to multitask and he needs to figure out a way to take care of Iran and show Oh that he's tough and show that he's not going to be pushed around and bullied around anymore. <hes> and obviously theresa may even before that <hes> the leaders before that <hes> they did the same thing they you know they just sat there and they had sat on their hands a and they lead Iran do what they're doing so I think that that needs to be a sea change in attitude as well and <hes> you know he did say that he's going to try to clean up some of the corruption and he's going to try to do some things different but again you have to understand that in England is pretty much you know run by the Royal Family it's run by the Queen and whatever she says goes in the end but also run by the rothschilds in fact that the royal gems are owned by the rothschilds and kept in the tower London but the tower is also owned by the rothschilds. Obviously that's why the one of the sons is married to a blood descendant of the rothschilds so after the Napoleonic wars they gradually took over the government of Britain so Britain basically as a proxy of the Rothschild who run everything in Britain at the world economic bubble market for the entire world which is why they're so desperate to make sure that we don't make alliance with Russia and China and Belton road which actually stabilizes against future nuclear chemical and biological intrical warfare is the bankers make lots of money and hey by K. maintaining chaos they don't want us to have peace with Russia and China. They don't want us to have a good to a protection of our patents. It don't want us to actually start to democratize China so that they don't have thirteen million plus under citizens can't get on train plane or even vote or good medical drugs or medical care in China people know this do they know. I don't think they do and obviously China's got its own issues. I mean it's got just as much debt. As we do but more importantly it's got billions. <hes> you know more people. It's got a lot more people. I forget what they're pushing now. I think <hes> well their military is a million and I think they're they're middle. Class alone was like four hundred the million people which is more than the population in the United States and I think they're one point two one point three one point four somewhere around that billion people so there's over a billion people in China and they are stretched. I mean to the maximum axum interesting since the dialogue was trump and the trade of you WanNa contentions many of the corporations on their own have left China and gone to other Asian other countries and so China's losing a lot of these international corporations and so they better damn will make a deal sooner they're going to be drained if even the companies that have moved to China to try to get cheap labor etcetera and tech support with lots of engineers because one of the things we'll China is years ago they set up an educational program for Techs and for people so he can get a factory up in no time at all but the fact is that advantage disappearing didn't go to Vietnam Japan and South Korea and so on and there's no need to be in China and China's totalitarian there they frightened people I mean I got relatives and friends in China and I can tell you it's disgusting my youngest daughter's merger man whose mothers swam across Shenzhen Harbor and then it was eaten by sharks getting to immigrate to Canada and had <hes> my youngest sister's husband and they are very smart people I mean they're family were bankers in Shenzhen and they're all shot in the back of the head except for my my youngest daughter's husband's mother and the Chinese a lot of them went to Taiwan and the Taiwanese aren't going to bow to the Chinese are they in fact most people <music>. They're gonNA start erecting statues of president trump kind of like <hes> kinda like pulling did <hes> of Ronald Reagan. I think you're GonNa see the same thing happened in Taiwan with President trump they absolutely absolutely love president trump Taiwan they completely <hes> support everything that he's doing because he's been off on China because finally they have someone that's actually going to punch the bully back in the mouth and stop their currency manipulation population and and <hes> you know stop all the you know imbalance of trade deficits and things like that going on and so they're obviously excited about that but you're right. China needs to come to the table because because they don't have another choice when they're when they're twenty four twenty three trillion dollars in debt with one point two one point three billion people. They're going to sell implode. There's not much more they can do so they better wake up..
"gulf oman" Discussed on WTVN
"Write down on toll free telephone number's eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of this extravaganza. Yeah. I know all eyes are on the Middle East. And I know how the media is playing. You know, the media, if Donald Trump, I said, this, it'd be cured cancer they'd criticize them gave every American millions of dollars. They criticize them look at creepy crazy, you know, sleepy, uncle Joe and, you know, he's got some real racial issues. I don't write my whole life. Your whole life is the problem and we'll get to that a few minutes later today. But of course, we're all eyes are on the Middle East. We now have had two incidences one involving the shooting down in international waters of a drone in American drone by Iran. And then, of course, earlier in the Gulf Oman, you had the two tankers. That were hit by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. And we have all that evidence to, and I know a lot of people expected to lose canon, Donald Trump to race out there and, and go out and bomb them to smithereens. Oh, I think E responses coming, by the way. No doubt a response responses coming, but it will be on his time now, one thing that the president, I think, has been right on, and I remember this was this was my personal relationship with, with Donald Trump long before he was thinking of running for office, but he was fully engaged. He never liked the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. And he would say, why are we there? Why are we there? Why are we there? And I said, well, you know, I felt after nine eleven we had to it is just one of those moments where you, you know it just called for it. The worst attack on history. Now we've learned a lot since then inasmuch as an even as a supporter of the conflict, and certainly the surge was painful and difficult than what really pissed me off. On one hand, you know, we were not ready in terms of we didn't have the military readiness. We didn't even have an again. We didn't know this at the time early on. We didn't have up armored humvees on my, what these kids are getting a legs blown off and, and their faces disfigured, and their arms blown off and we're not protecting our own kids it. Drove me nuts then. Yeah, we got to Baghdad quickly and that part of the mission was accomplished and the media made such a big deal about that. But just think and remember how politicized that war became I mean, it was, you know, Mitch McConnell telling then president, by the way. Then President Bush that. No, we're not going to do the surge. We're going to start it but not finish it now to the president's credit. He has used all of the new technologies that we have available and hang on to write something. Okay. Anyway. So we got I think the answer is a new technology because after Vietnam and you lose fifty eight thousand kids, all slowdown per second. Fifty eight thousand American kids. That's our national treasure. That is, you know, I know that America has paid the price for freedom. The blood, the toil, the sweat the tears. We have been we've even taken on the financial burden to keep the world safe. We don't get credit from many parts of the world. But it's been you know, there's never been berry Farber a country that has accumulated more power abused less than the United States of America. Ed Sean Hannity never been a country in the history of man. That is a cumulated more power and used it for the advancement of the human condition more than the United States. And Colin Powell, he often said this, you know, we don't ask we don't conquer, we don't take lands that at the most, we might ask for Normandy, for example. A plot to bury our dead that went to fight to free Europe from the clutches of, of Nazism and fascism. You know, it's hard for good people to know that there's evil, but you can see it, you know, maybe most of you're so busy in your daily lives on the by what understand it completely. Life is busy. Life is tough. Life is hard. And you get up in the morning, and you shovel some coffee down your throat and you hope you kids getting dressed for school and getting off to the school bus or maybe you drive them yourself. Whatever it happens to be. And then you're racing the work and then you get to work and you're ready behind the eight ball and he had this meeting in this presentation. And you got this to do and you got, let's see. Oh I gotta finish this job. I promise the homeowner I'd be done in a week and I have two weeks worth of work. And I really got it. Now, I'm working eighteen hours a day, and then you go home. If your kids are asleep. Okay, you don't see them or you've help them with their homework. You feed them. And you get into bed. You try and read a book to them in your eyes fallen asleep, you know, fallen down because you're dead tired from the day, and then you, you get up the next morning. And it's like groundhog day, you do it day in and day day in and day out. There is a grind aspect to life. Now on the other hand, if you had to get up every day, and you had nothing to do it may sound appealing while you're in the middle of the grind that represents real life for real people. But I can't think of anything worse than waking up and having nothing to do, except turning on the TV and watch, you know, Maury Povich say you are not the father are not the, you know, it's ridiculous. By the way, and then he acts like he's so compassionate. Oh, I know you thought he was the father, don't worry, we'll test the next guy, and if it's not him, we'll text the next guy for you. I find it so exploitive to be blunt, just horrible. Well, we'll get you counseling. No, this is not about this is about well, we'll fly to New York, we'll give you big hotel room. You can ride in a limousine. And you know, we're really going to try and exploit you and make fun of you story. And then five years from now, you're gonna feel embarrassed that you ever did this. It's terrible. Well, you know, but we need every human being. I think these purpose that said many times, the Latin derivative of education is ado, creates bring forth, from within that presupposes is predicated on the belief that the I really have in my heart, which is that every single one of us were created by a living God with talent and ability. And if that talent is in us than if we live in a good environment and we're given love and an atmosphere, where we can bring the talents to fruition. Wow, people will benefit from our service, everybody works in the service industry in some way, shape or form. I mean, you know, every job I've ever done as a service job dishwashing, obviously cooking, obviously, making dinner bussing tables cleaning up, you know, then waiting tables. Giving a good dining experience the people that, you know, want to have a good night out on the town and have some fun and tending bar was kind of a good time for me, because people haven't found until how could you not have fun? Maybe too much fun. I had at that age tender age of seventeen yes. Even before the legal drinking age, and, but life is hard. But you but you know what? We're all in the service business right now. We're in the news and information entertainment business. I've said this many times. Well, I'm a member of the press. I am a member of the press. This is what we do. I work on a news channel. I work on a radio station and, you know, for example, there are many nights, and we did part of this during the show last night. We just gave out information. There are plenty of interviews hundreds of hours. I could produce radio TV. We do straight interviews in other words, no opinion. Just okay. What, what's the news of the day? What happened that the school shooting, God forbid, what happened in Newark? Orleans. What happened in Afghanistan when I happened in Iraq, where the those are not strong opinion nights, and then we do investigative reporting, the whole deep state we which we've been involved in now for well over two years. We'll vet Obama just like we're vetting Biden, and all the other, you know, democratic socialist radical extremists that want to be president and take on Trump could look to any of them, but, you know, so we do investigative reporting, we do straight reporting, we don't hide the fact that I am a conservative conservative, Donald Trump's economy's good, because he applied conservative principles limited government, ending burdensome bureaucracy, the biggest tax cuts in history, and on leash ING, the energy explosion, which has now brought us to the point where seventy five years for the first time, we are energy, independent, which the timing couldn't be any better with everything that is happening in the straits. A hormone. News and Oman, and what Iran is doing in the saber rattling. And the only reason all of that is happening is because Donald Trump is not an appeaser, like Bill Clinton appeased, Kim Jong UN's father, Kim Jong Il and, and tried to bribe him out of nuclear is a good deal for the American people. I'm going to be saving secured, you promised now. No one nuclear weapons. Yeah. Great. They have nuclear weapons. Or the Biden Obama, you know, bribery of mullah's of in Iran appeasement, again, and they drop one hundred and fifty billion in cash and other currency on the tarmacs for radical mullah's that are committed to the, the idiocy the insanity the ideology, the theocracy of you either converter die, and they're willing to strap bombs on their own kids and practice and promise them, you know, virgins in heaven. If they kill innocent men, women, and children, especially Americans are Jews. This is a real clear present danger for the world. One hundred million human souls, were murdered in the last century, we see evil every day for those of you that don't read the newspaper, you read about, oh, rape of young kids, what one of the things that drives me nuts about not securing our border is the human trafficking aspect of things. We've we now have chronicled. We've interviewed these people that have worked fifteen years at the border, and these human smuggling rings of teen young teenage girls that are sex trafficked into, you know, states like New York where they're rape thirty or forty times a day. That's happening in the world, we live in evil before our eyes. Well, it would be smart to secure the border. It'd be smart to secure the border when seventy when ninety percent of the heroin in this country comes across that border now fit all coming across that border. It'd be smart to do that, too. The cartels, the gangs, and of course and a two year period, four thousand homicides, and then you've got thirty thousand violent sexual assaults, and then you got one hundred thousand violent assaults by illegal immigrant, criminals. Well, it'd be smart, if we could vet people.
"gulf oman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Hey, welcomes is the Ben Shapiro show. Got a lot coming up for you this hour. A little bit later on in the hour. We'll be joined by Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming to talk about AO see and her description of detention facilities at the southern border as concentration camps. I have been informed by the entire media that Shelly, she is right? Shalit's. You knows what she's talking about. Spoiler alert. She doesn't she stupid. So we'll. In just a little while as well. Plus, we'll get to a pretty interesting supreme court decision that upheld the power of a local government to have a cross on public land as a war memorial why this sort of stuff is even remotely controversial is beyond me. But we'll get to that we begin at this hour with the news that Iran has downs a US surveillance drone, according to these press around revolutionary guard shutdown US surveillance drone on Thursday in the strait of Hormuz marking the first time the Islamic Republic had directly attacked the American military amid tensions over towns unraveling, nuclear deal with world powers, two countries disputed, the circumstances naturally, the Iranians suggested that it was the US had moved into their airspace. Iran said the drone violated their territorial airspace US called the missile fire, and unprovoked attack. Donald Trump tweeted, Iran made a very big mistake, but Trump is sending some mixed signals. He was asked Pacific about what was going on with Iran. And he sort of said, you'll, you'll find out you'll find out this drone was in international waters. Clearly, we have it all documented, it's documented, scientifically not just words and emit a very bad mistake. You'll find out. You'll find out you'll find out. basely he obviously you know we're not going to be talking too much about it you're gonna find out amid a very big mistake okay so that makes it sounds though trump is actually going to do something but then he sort of swivelled and he later suggested that he had a feeling general or somebody being loosened stupid made a mistake in shooting down the drones this is him trying to brush past suggesting that he wasn't willing to take any sort of real action which means that around we'll do this again that's the reality of the situation iran is engaging an unprovoked attacks around is attacking shipping in the gulf oman and in the straits more moves iran is tacking american american roads now that's run by the way cost like one hundred ten million dollars you break that sucker you bought it on meg goodness but if ron doesn't feel any sort of retaliation they're going to continue to do this and it seems to me that these sort of retaliation that you'd be on the table is precisely the sort of taliation the united states wants used in nineteen eighty-nine and operation praying mantis we're in one day we basically took out their entire rinky-dink navy The nice thing about taking out the Iranian navy is that it is a discrete target. It is not anywhere near civilian areas in the middle of water. And also, you would never have to deploy really American troops to the region. We can just do that using air power naval power. They re that we already have their they will push us to the point where we have to do something. I don't think there's any doubt that Iran intends to push us to a point where we have to do something they're looking for that rally around the flag effect, but they may push us too far and then things would get ugly very quickly. Citing unspecified Ronnie, and threats already sent an aircraft carrier to the Middle East, deployed additional troops along Senate tens of thousands already. They're all of this has raised fears that a miscalculation or further is intentions could push the US in Iran into open conflict, forty years after Islamic revolution. Again, there's a difference between a military conflict and he full-scale war. We've done military conflict with Iran before this one day to take out their entire navy. The paramilitary guard which answers only to the supreme leader, Ayatollah Khameini, said that it shot down the drone at four AM Thursday, when it entered Iranian airspace near the Kuma. Barak district in southern Iran's Hormuz province is about seven hundred fifty miles southeast of Tehran. The drone took off from the southern Persian Gulf, and collect data from Iranian territory, including me, southern port of trauma, high near Iran's border with Pakistan. The us military has not commented on the mission because why would we why exactly the United States? Be answerable to any of the media are tempting to cast. Blame at President Trump preemptively. They're trying to suggest that it's President Trump's fault that, that Iran is moving into more militant direction. It is obviously not true. But, but the attempt to acquaint Trump Enron is ongoing. Particularly in the mainstream media, which Trump as the problem behind every issue. Nncholas Kristof columnist over the New York Times has a column today, called Trump and Ron may be on a collision course. And it could get scarier. He says they've behaved recklessly and giving themselves no face-saving escapes, who's this, they most hobby, the Trump administration has basically said, that we are not going to fund Ron's terrorism, and we are not going to allow them to develop nuclear weapons, and if Ron didn't want terrorism or develop nuclear weapons, guess what all the sanctions would come off tomorrow, but they do fund terrorism, and they do want to warn Yemen, and they want to fund the Assad government, and they wanna fuss blah, and they wanted to send him us, and they want to attack shipping in the straits of hormones in the Gulf. So that's them problem. The moral quivalent said that the New York Times is drawn between the Trump administration and probably the second most evil regime that probably goes North Korea. And then Iran. Pretty amazing stuff. Pretty amazing stuff Christoph says another Middle East war is the last thing we need funding. I don't remember him saying this about Libya or Syria, when Barack Obama was president weird. Around shutdown American drone on Thursday in the latest sign the President Trump and Iran supreme leader. I tell Ali eighty maybe on a collision course both say they don't want wanna war, but each feeds off the other. Yes, they're exactly the same one runs. A repressive regime, where they execute gay people, make sure the women have to dress in a particular way and shout death to Israel. Also, they attacked shipping straits and American drones and the other side says stuff totally the same. But nNcholas Kristof says both have behaved recklessly says we're facing very real risks of a cycle of. Collation cycles is were the I it's amazing how the media will come up with the idea that there's a cycle of esscalation whenever somebody bad does something to somebody. Good. If the escalating continues, nNcholas Kristof, Ronnie and proxies could strike Americans in Iraq, Syria. In other countries, there's also a risk of husband off, I rockets at Israel to trigger a new Israel, Lebanon war. By the way, if the United States took the clamps off Israel with regard to Hezbollah Israel would go in and wipe Hezbollah off the map in southern Lebanon. Christoph says this is all sort of wag the dog scenario American hardliners have had a dangerous obsession with Ron for years, egged on by Saudi Arabian Israel, who the nefarious drools in two thousand and two in the rump to the Iraq war. Newsweek, quoted a British official as saying everybody wants to go to Baghdad. Real men want to go to Tadiran Trump in his aides, nNcholas Kristof admits right around his repressive destabilizing. Untrustworthy. And of course, we trusted with nuclear weapons, but President Obama achieved a nuclear deal at verifiably kept Ron from developing a nuclear weapon for fifteen years or more. No. That is untrue. It kept around from quote, unquote, developing nuclear weapon for ten years while we funded their entire terrorism strengthened that ravine and provided them the resources to launch a snap of the fingers nuclear weapon soon as the deal was over. accordingly according to kristof it's all because trump that batman trump he blew up the nuclear deal he started a campaign of maximum pressure how dare he pressure in evil terrorist regime very very bad and then he says it's not impossible that iran is being framed is what kristof says oh sure we'll talk a little bit more about this in just one second i or halfway through the year but it's never too late to get started on the things you want to accomplish well maybe one of the things you want to.
"gulf oman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'm sue Guzman in New Jersey. Richfield police are being credited with saving a man, whose house exploded this morning officer hag up ju- jewel was first on the scene. And says they heard moaning from the back of the house. Officers assisted the piece of wood where we got. Did him out the home on Abbott avenue was completely leveled when it exploded around eleven thirty AM. Fire officials say they're investigating whether there was an existing gas leak. Prior to the explosion. I'm Lisa G, W, O, R, new troops are heading to the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran. The acting US Defense Secretary announced at a thousand American soldiers will guard against possible Iranian threats in the region. The US is blaming around for recent attacks tankers in the Gulf, Oman, a Westchester county police officer is injured after a man stopped for a traffic infraction took off at high speed forcing the cop to jump into the car to avoid being dragged that incident happened about eleven thirty this morning on the northbound Hudson simmer for Parkway in new Rochelle. The she'll say the driver took off with the door open struggle with the officer on the front seat reaching speeds of up to sixty miles an hour that harrowing ride continued for three quarters of a mile with a try for exceleron breaking hard. Trying to throw the officer from the car the suspect described, only as a Massachusetts man in his twenty Swiss finally cornered, and arrested, spacing, several felony charges, including attempted murder of a police officer, assault and criminal possession of a controlled substance. The trial begins tomorrow for the Bronx teenager, accused of killing his classmate with a knife, a fight at the urban assembly school for wildlife. Conservation in September of two thousand seventeen ended with fifteen year old Matthew Macree dead from knife, wounds and manslaughter charges filed against eighteen year old able sedan Sodano video of the incident appears to show Macree and another student attacking Sodano, which is when he lashed out with a knife sedan, yo, however claims self defense and says that ever since sixth grade he'd been bullied for being gay as family has to date unsuccessfully sought out in order of protection, claiming the gay teen is face continuing threats on social media. I'm James flippin. W O, R news. A group of Jimmy Buffett fans say they became seriously ill during an. April trip to the Dominican Republic reports are that forty-seven members of the central Oklahoma. Parrot had association got sick, many of them. So seriously. They couldn't even leave their hotel rooms. Several Americans have gotten sick others died in the Dominican.
"gulf oman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Spent half my life in the Gulf Oman, in and out of that straighter removes many, many times, this is a difficult challenging set of circumstances. We are on a collision course on worry, and President Trump says, Iran did it. Well, Ron and you know, they did it because you saw the boat. I guess one of the mines didn't explode probably got sensually Iran written all over it. And you saw the vote at nighttime to take the mind often successfully took the mind off the boat removal was caught on video by the US as Bainbridge which was dispatched to the area after the tankers were attacked today as flag day. And it's also President Trump, seventy third birthday, happy birthday. Mr President, also White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving soon. I couldn't be prouder to have had the opportunity to serve my country, and particularly to work for this president that was during a White House event yesterday where President Trump said Sanders has done a great job, and we'll be heading back home to Arkansas. President Trump has not yet named a replacement for Sarah. Could be centers, and as one reporter sarcastically pointed out, Mick Mulvaney, is currently the director of office management budget acting White House chief of staff and acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau. So maybe he can do it. Mike. Bauer NBC News Radio. What are Republican calls in a story day, a democrat calls a waste of time today, you know, glues accounts governor onto Santa's will sign a Bill banning sanctuary cities. State, Senator Joe Grutter sponsored the Bill that makes it a legal for cities to ignore federal request to hold suspects who are in the country illegally. John Whitley's democratic state committee man for Okaloosa county and he tells the daily news, the Bill is just a dog whistle to the Republican base. Stephen Diener news talk, eight fifty. W. F T, L girl, accidentally set herself on fire and Broward County last night inside a home in Fort Lauderdale, firefighters believed. The girl used a lighter set a bottle of rubbing alcohol on fire, then dropped the bottle. She suffered second degree burns to thirty percent of her body and is in the mine. Emme burns center speaker of the house is highlighting what she calls. A graveyard of bills being buried by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell leader McConnell seems to take great pride in calling himself, the grim reaper. It's part of his political campaign. It's part of the price. You'd takes his leader of the Senate Pelosi pointed to more than a dozen bills approved by Democrats in the house that the grim reaper is sitting on proud county man could be the next fashion superstar wilt manner Sebastian gray on Bravo's project runway last night. And the raptors won the NBA championship last night. And Justin Rose is alone atop the leaderboard after the first round of the US, open Tiger Woods is one under your next update and a half hour. I'm caring her to stay connected with us any time. Eight fifty Wf, tail dot com..
"gulf oman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Spent half my life in the Gulf Oman, in and out of that straight, or removes many, many times, this is a difficult challenging set of circumstances. We are on a collision course on worry. And President Trump says Iran did it. Well, Iran did do it. And you know they did it because you saw the boat. I guess one of the mines didn't explode and probably got essentially Iran written all over it. And you saw the vote at night, trying to take to mine off, and successfully to mine off the boat removal was caught on video by the US as Bainbridge which was dispatched to the area after the tankers were attacked today as flag day and it's also president from seventy third birthday, happy birthday. Mr President, also White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving soon. I couldn't be prouder to had the opportunity to serve my country and particularly to work for this president, that was during the White House event yesterday where President Trump said Sanders has done a great job, and we'll be heading back home to Arkansas. President Trump has not yet named a replacement for Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and as one reporter sarcastically pointed out, Mick Mulvaney, is currently the director of office management and budget acting White House chief of staff and acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau. So maybe he can do. Mike Bauer and easy NewsRadio. What are Republican calls in a store day democrat calls a waste of time today? Glues accounting governor, Rhonda, Santa's will sign a Bill banning sanctuary cities. State, Senator Joe Grutter sponsored the Bill that makes it a legal for cities to ignore federal request to hold suspects who are in the country illegally. John Whitley's democratic state committee man for Okaloosa county and he tells the daily news, the Bill is just a dog whistle to the Republican base. Stephen Diener news talk, eight fifty. W. F T, L girl, accidentally set herself on fire and Broward County last night inside a home in Fort Lauderdale, firefighters believed. The girl used a lighter to set a bottle of rubbing alcohol on fire, then drop the bottle. She suffered second degree burns to thirty percent of her body and is in the Miami burns center. Speaker of the house is highlighting what she calls. A graveyard of bills being buried by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell later McConnell seems to take great pride and calling himself, the grim reaper. It's part of this political campaign. It's part of the prize, you taste as leader of the Senate Pelosi pointed to more than a dozen bills approved by Democrats in the house that the grim reaper is sitting on route county man could be the next fashion superstar wilt manner Sebastian gray on Bravo's project runway last night. And the raptors won the NBA championship last night. And Justin Rose is alone atop the leaderboard after the first round of the US, open Tiger Woods is one under your next update and a half hour. I'm caring to stay connected with news, anytime at eight fifty wwl dot com..
"gulf oman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"How does that happen and doesn't that sound like a work can start and then and then in the history classes, how did that war start professor? And then they'll go back to this. Well, is really weird because we're too tankers in the Gulf Oman. They were tacked it. We think the Iranian video shows the median navy boat removing an unexploded mine from Japanese tanker. This is so weird. What's going on there? Now back to reading your secretary state. Mike Pompeo claim that Iran was behind the attack based on intelligence assessment, and that's why the president has got the red flag up in regards to Iran. What's going to happen here? A war can start out of this with me, very, very careful and we have to stay on our game. And we got a vote the right people because we're on the right track. And there's a lot of patriotisms a lot of people doing good things and some people are really doing good things even in Washington DC, so, but it is important that we stay on our game. And I know that you will eighteen minutes after seven o'clock seventeen with Joe on the radio. Lieutenant Colonel Robert McGuiness will join us a big news here. If you're just joining us out, got, I got a free and clear on your on colleges report, almost almost clear, my liver functions are almost back to normal. One test was the numbers were right. We're below where they needed to be the other one is coming down significantly. It was very high. And now it's down almost normal about you probably have so much beer in your liver. I mean, actually it's not the BBC everybody seems to think that it's not the beer it was. I've lost. She said I lost twelve pounds. I weighed myself on the scale with seventeen we're going to split the difference in the middle and say, was fifteen pounds that I've lost so far since going to the gym. But a lot of it has to do with the fact that I've been exercising and eating less, not so much the drinking, I have not just, you know, I'm not eating like I'm going to be electric chair every day, which is good. So what listen, congratulations, wouldn't they tell you, they go they go is there a percentage that they give you? They say it's all your all clear. I mean, wouldn't they, you take a blood test? I took a blood test before seeing their colleges. And so they monitor certain numbers, so all of the numbers are, you know, in the green, which is good, except for one, which is still a little elevated, but she's happy with the progress. It was at one twenty five the last time I saw down to about an eighty seven now which is a significant drop in, in three months, four months. So that's good. I would say, that's good news. Come on, man. You went out and he got drunk out of your mind. I didn't get drunk last night. I had a few beers with friends. It was tapped takeover paragon tapping table. But another stop by with a new spiked seltzer. The first New Jersey brewery is starting up with a spiked seltzer. And he said, I'll be in the area. Not so great and, and his national bourbon day in Franks. Very, very happy. Yes. You going for ten to one for. Yeah. A little bit longer. But, you know, well usually when it's summer or when it's warm like this, I stick with clear, liquors, gin and vodka. Yeah. You always have that that that rule can. That's very interesting because it is national bourbon day, I wanna be patriotic, and do my patriotic duty. And I will celebrate the holiday. I don't wanna be Grinch. So go absolutely participate. Eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine. Ninety nine our balance of nature. Phone lines are retired attendant, Colonel, Robert mcginnis. S R, N news military affairs analyst. He's got this great book, future war. We're going to talk about what's happening with these tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman. Very, very scary. Jiffy lines of Mike Gallagher, Ronca clearly on the show and Debbie do hayme the one, the only Gabby hate doing. How you doing today? Got a good weekend plans. Yeah. Well, Father's Day, talking, my dad on Sunday for brunch and everything. Yeah. What are you doing for Father's Day, your kids going to spoil you? Yeah, my mom. God bless it goes. I guess, Joseph, what do you wanna do? We'll do anything you want to do because I had my birthday to on Monday. So I was born today, so month. Look, I'll go wherever you are mom, but I ain't moving, I don't want him. I missed it. Mike told you what I have to do tonight.
"gulf oman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"So the idea is that he was not serious at all in all these three forms. He was just using them to do a PR campaign, and he succeeded. For some time in the west until the gruesome killing of casualty came along. And a lot of people got shocked, and they needed a lot of time to realize who this guy is so up to our who'd with Georgetown University school of foreign service. We we should not allow another Saddam Hussein in the region. We we've not have to wait so long to realize that this guy is bad for the locals instead Arabia for the region. He he kept this about destabilizing the region, he put I mean for God's sake, you put a prime minister of foreign country. I mean Lebanon under house arrest in the into seventeen he cuts relations with Canada over a tweet. And he waged war, humid, the worst humanitarian were probably contributed history in Yemen. Just to you know. Do some interest that we're really not a factual. He I mean, the war did not succeed in any way. So would these practices abroad and inside set labia is really dangerous to put all the of the American interests and a national and international interest in the one basket of India's. So let's let's quickly. We have about a seven minutes before we go to questions. So I'd like you all to address quite briefly each of you in a couple of sentences. What are the ways that these kinds of actions are affecting not only the countries where they're happening? I think there's a tendency to think, okay. What can we really do about this when we're talking about US interest? We can't worry too much about what's happening domestically in these countries. But but are there ways in which these detention systems are actually affecting other countries US interests US goals US allies? And global norms. There's a lot of ways I think that this affects us here in the United States and our allies in Europe and elsewhere. Just a couple of examples when it comes to Syria for one. There are our citizens that get caught up in these horrible detention centers. I think that's at regime, probably has the very least half a dozen American citizens being held right now at least one and he's killed one could data who's a twenty six year old girl. Born and raised in Chicago that was tortured to death and murdered in sight. As far as information that we have in the actually told her family about this officially said regime. It shows that mound of impunity that they have. So our own citizens are getting caught up in these horrible. Torture dungeons in Syria. For example, the other way that it affects us there are over ten million displaced internally and externally in Syria as a result of the war. And one of at one point. I think the head of air force intelligence Hudson mentions that they're like three million or arrest warrants out. If you're in Europe and everybody all the series in Europe and elsewhere are yearning to go back home. Everybody wants to be home. They don't want to be refugees, but the thought of returning and being one of those three million arrest warrants, or that an arbitrary checkpoint will will stop you for whatever reason. Also makes it very difficult for any of them to ever consider returning to the country. And so we ever want the hopes of allowing refugees to repatriate which will help sort of the political situation in Europe and counter sort of the rise of extreme right-wing parties and others that have come as a result of these big refugee flows. We must make sure that this is an allowed to go on without any accountability. And so those are two of many other ways that I think it affects us here at home, including giving propaganda extremists and others that can point to the evidence that's out there in the fact that the international community has done nothing about it. Even when it's their own citizens. He's so besides the obvious, you know, very visual immigration impact that we can see around the world with regards to Iran this behavior of political hostage taking which arguably we could say they sort of. Founded the modern version nineteen Seventy-nine has has taken off in other countries around the world. Egypt those Turkey. Does it Jason resign? Saudi Arabia recently a couple of Americans prisoner that are still being. Yes. This recently, April, I think in relation to Saudi Arabia. The lack of consequences for all these things that we've talked about you. Traditionally we could rely on the US government to stand up and hold foreign regimes accountable. That hasn't happened in these past few months shockingly too many of us, and I think that green lights terrible behavior among dictators in other parts of the world. I think we're seeing in the treatment of journalists and others as far away as south, South Pacific and Philippines in Mexico and everywhere in between. It's not just indicates of Sarabia. It's not just the US administration is silent is it's actually that can be it's one of the. Nain factor of envious rising to power in the first place. When Rex Tillerson met with with NBA steals too few days before the before the removal of NBN the previous conference and before the cross Scotland before a lotta lotta crises that were started because of India's the idea is that how how how the how the Saudi foreign policy and local policy affects the world is really huge. It's it's a key ally in the region get sexually. I mean, just look at the case of jemele hashtag g they have been. They have the long arm. They dared to go outside silvery again to bring somebody and if when they failed they did not even bother. They just killed the guy inside the consulate in a foreign. Soil, and they did not stop there. They hacked the cell phone of my friend activist disease in Canada. They now there are new reports of three people, including one in the US who have been targeted and have been told by the way that they have been targeted by the government. So with the are reaching out tried Arabia. They are affecting the world. And what's puzzling is how the world reacts to such behavior. I think that's a perfect segue. Now, we'd like to invite members to join our conversation with your questions, and please MacKenzie has the microphone there, and there's a microphone here if you could introduce yourself when you ask your question that would be great live at the council on foreign relations WCS PFM, Washington. This is she's spread radio programming from Monday doubled. UCSB? I'm Charles brower lawyer, and since nineteen Eighty-three I've been a judge of the Iran United States claims tribunal in the Hague by appointment of I the Reagan administration and the Clinton administration. I'm curious as to what the results is perceived to be on neighboring states the machine. Hutter? Sort of flow have a flow affect their noticed Kuwait. I would add to that. Would you like to address that? And I think Jason well, I mean, I think that we've seen in Bahrain, obviously, the most obvious signs of the spillover, and it's abolish house situation and has been for several years. I don't know much about Qatar and Kuwait, internal dynamics, but if you go back, and look I mean, the the ties between all of these countries goes back centuries, and they're hard to break and often they're not conducted in the same sort of. Modern ways that we do. I mean, there's a lot of transmigration of people from each one of these countries to the other and. By boat. And I think we saw an instance of it just today. Those are dangerous waters and. I don't have specifics on the other countries. It's finished toward the Gulf. Oman has been always closer to Iran was said that brokered a lot of like relationship between the west and mushroom countries. Iran, the past and and. Kuwait was less friendly to Iran used to be less friendly. But after the. Gulf crisis, the quadrajet Egypt Sarabia behind UI pushed a further to be closer to Iran. So that's that's Canada, the dynamics in India Gulf. Yes. I'm Tom Miller. I'm chairman of the board of the international commission on missing persons. My question is about the international criminal trade. I don't know. I see in specifically on Syria. You know, one one would think that Assad would be totally not concerned about this with what has been happening in Sudan lately. And the fact that sure Bush are is is now in jail, and I don't think it's inconceivable that at some point they could turn him over could you talk a little bit about or crimes and the ICC. Absolutely. So I'm not going to ask about him Bs. I'm sorry. I mean, if you wanna talk about it, and I'm not going to really ask about the Iranians. So in in terms of dicey for civil for Searcy is not signatory to the ICC. So we need to UN Security Council referral and the Russians vetoed possibility every time. And so what's been relied upon? There was there's an effort. Where where people that are displaced into like Jordan, for example, that is I think signatory's I see that there could be a way to do that. But that would need Jordanians to go along with it, which I don't think will happen. And so that leaves us only with the options of countries with universal jurisdiction or dual. Nationalities. And this is an effort that that there's been a lot of amazing people working on it. And I think Caesar and his colleagues Sammy who was with him throughout his experience have have been key witnesses to some of these national cases that have been approached. So there's an investigation investigation France based on to nationals that were tortured to death. There is there's a case in Sweden that was more recently opened under universal jurisdiction. But I also know that there are Swedish citizens that were tortured to that. But it's very. Always as you know. And you know, when it comes to people speaking out, they have the rest of their extended family in Syria and so on. So it's always hard to get the the witnesses and. There's a huge black hole and taking care of the families of victims and witnesses that are key to these prosecutions in Germany. I think that's where we've had the most. A lot of success in in that case HR is is a law firm that had been working on behalf of former detainees that became refugees to Germany Germany has universal jurisdiction. If it finds that it's within the state's national interests to pursue the case. And finally in Spain. Is the case as well. Based on a lady whose whose brother was tortured to death in Syria. So the only way there is no there is no is not an option. There's no sort of ad hoc tribunal that's out there. And so it's just been we've been reliant on on some of these national prosecutions, and and I also believe that the United States is another place where we're case can be open. Whether it's Marie Colvin majority lists that was targeted and killed or whether it is they learn other Americans continue to be held there. But it is very frustrating to see that there is an international court that can take this. And that doesn't have the fear that, you know, the same fate as Bashir, and what's also really heartbreaking is the Caesar photos. Fifty five thousand photos, just the numbers, and the pictures they were released cropped released for people to try to identify their loved ones at least have some closure. And when steriods call know somebody calls me and says, okay, that's my sister. Obviously, she was tortured to death. Please. What court can we open? We want Justice. I have to ask what does she happen to be also Canadian or European, and it's almost a reminder to the Syrians that their lives are just not worth as much as other people whereas most of with the Syrian emergency task force. You don't mind I worked on this recently in Europe as part of my rural fellowship research travel, and and Bernard the countries, you mentioned, there's also a case opened in Australia, and they're trying to work in more countries. This is actually a very impressive effort in the sense that it involves the incredible resilience of survivors and relatives of the dead and missing and some of the lawyers involved in our Syrian human rights lawyers. Who are also survivors. It's great to see these people taking agency and trying to work on this. And what they say is that this is better than nothing. Of course, it's not going to immediately to rest, but it has led to some specific consequences. There have been three arrests one person in France to Germany who had fled as refugees, but were accused of being part of the torture apparatus. So there's actually been arrested. There's been an arrest warrant should Jimmy Hessman who's the head of air force intelligence and my little quiz, we head of intelligence security overall. So previously was traveling to Italy and other places it was trying to travel to other places in Europe to have counterterrorism discussions to try to sell the aside.