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Iranian Plot to Assassinate US General Foiled by Mossad

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Iranian Plot to Assassinate US General Foiled by Mossad

"From the post millennial side a great site Iranian plot to assassinate U.S. general in Berlin foiled by Israel's Mossad The Mossad had been operating in Iran at the time when they captured an interrogated mansoor rasuli Who admitting during an interrogation that he had been ordered to assassinate a U.S. general in Berlin A journalist in France and a worker at the Israeli consulate in Istanbul Israeli officials pointed out that the threat posed by the Islamic revolutionary guard corps applies not only to Israel but to other nations around the globe The officials also noted that this plot is part of a larger target list which includes recently foiled plots in both Kenya and Columbia Rosalie who admitted that he was ordered to establish a terror cell during drug cartels to assassinate his targets According to the Israeli defense forces the plot was organized by a member of unit 8 40 A secret operations unit that organizes infrastructure for terror groups within Western countries The Iranian government was reportedly willing to pay over $1 million for the assassination of these targets The operative who was part of Iran's quds force was reportedly paid a 150,000 to quote prepare for the assassinations According to reports from the U.S. UK and turkey Iran has been using international crime groups to carry out its agenda in countries around the world These plots include the hiring of zen dashi cartel to abduct or assassinate Iranian defectors in turkey Which has been ongoing since 2015 I wonder who the general is But it's my understanding that they had a price on Pompeo's head

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Your Tax Dollars Are About to Fund the Iranian Government

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Your Tax Dollars Are About to Fund the Iranian Government

"Joe Biden is back and he is looking along with some others to review and renew this Iran nuclear deal. Now, it's getting downplayed because you have the war in Ukraine. You have other things going on. But just in the last 48 hours, Russia and China both made this comment that they were amazed at how much Iran was actually able to get in the negotiations with America and other places, especially when it comes to increasing oil production and other things. Again, folks, you're now getting ready to send our tax dollars and our money's to Iran and to fund the Iranian government. Either through if we purchase from the government for a strategic or reserve or if private companies are now back having to get their oil from Iran, you're funding the religious authoritarian regime dictatorship in Iran. The ones who fund the terrorism that you say in Syria then you say all across the Middle East that you see in other places that have harbored terrorists that have given money to terrorists and also number one who do not even expect or want to expect the nation of Israel to

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Is Crypto the Right Investment for You?

The Trish Regan Show

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Is Crypto the Right Investment for You?

"In light of what's happening with the truckers because it should be illegal, right? Just because you don't like somebody's political views and you're fearful, they might be able to contribute to these truckers, you're going to freeze their financial accounts. I mean, that's like treating your own citizens like from the Iranian government. We're going to sanction our own people. It's wild. And I think speaks to the need, not just for gold as I mentioned, which should be part of any well diversified portfolio, but the need for cryptos, things like Bitcoin, something that can exist. Outside the parameters of government control. Look, cash used to sort of serve that function, right? But cash has become increasingly less prevalent in this day and age. And I think there's still always sort of a function in need for something like cash. To me, again, the crypto environment really sort of fills that space. Now it's not perfect because it's not entirely like cash. In fact, if the feds want to track you down, they totally can. That's a misnomer. I think about cryptos and blockchain technology because there's a record of everything. There really is. And you've seen in some of these ransom cases where companies have been held up for millions of dollars. The feds have always been able to backtrack and get the money back. So that proves that it's not entirely anonymous, yet you want something that's a little bit outside the chain of command, so to speak. So you're sort of insurance against disaster if you would. And I think that Bitcoin, although it's been extremely volatile and you shouldn't think of it. You really shouldn't think of it as a safe investment. It's really anything, but it's something that you can look to in your portfolio for one investor described it to me as kind of an insurance if you would again the unthinkable. We don't want really bad stuff to happen. We don't want a World War three environment. We don't want our own government doing what candidate is doing and cracking down on our ability to access our own funding, but maybe that's perhaps what Bitcoin ultimately becomes.

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"iranian government" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"iranian government" Discussed on Security Now

"To help bring this home and make it a bit more real. I wanted to share a piece of checkpoint research as reverse engineering work on a typical threat, the Internet is now facing. I've got for anyone who wants more detail, as always, a link in the show notes. Last week, checkpoint documented the efforts of an Iranian government backed group known again, not just Iranians, Iranian government backed group, known as APT 35, also known as charming kitten, TA, four 53 and phosphorus. This group started widespread scanning and attempts to leverage the log for J flaw in publicly facing systems only four days after the vulnerability was disclosed. And all the bad guys knew, now that this was public, it was going to get remediated at some speed, the point being, let's be first. Get in there before that gets before the back doors get closed. Since this actors, this particular actors set up was hurried. They simply grabbed one of the publicly available open-source GitHub hosted JN di exploit kits. Yes, they were on GitHub initially, but that kid has been removed from GitHub due to its enormous popularity following the vulnerability emergence. You know, why bother reinventing that particular wheel when time is of the essence? They also base their operations upon their preexisting infrastructure rather than like creating a whole new one. And that infrastructure was already well-known to checkpoint, thus making its detection attribution all the easier. And the show notes, I have a flow chart, which shows the path that the exploit takes. And it could hardly be any easier or direct. First, the attackers send a crafted request to the victim's publicly facing Internet exposed resource, whatever it is, a server of some sort. In this particular case, the weaponized payload was sent in through either the user agent or the HTTP authorization headers. Remember that all that needs to happen is that something somewhere that's Java based logs, part of the query that contains this weaponized string. In order to log the query, log for J, examines what it's logging. Sees a JN DI component and goes about its job of obtaining the content from the ldap URL contained in the query, which is being logged. So the vulnerable machine as it's been instructed to do basically, although not after has been patched, but until then, reaches out to what they labeled in their diagram, a log for J exploitation server, which assembles the and returns a malicious Java class, which will be executed on the vulnerable machine. The class runs a PowerShell command with a base 64 encoded payload. And I actually have a picture of the actual payload, the exploit command, PowerShell, and then they encoded payload..

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 Iran-backed hackers accused of targeting critical US sectors

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Iran-backed hackers accused of targeting critical US sectors

"The FBI and other security agencies are warning companies that hackers linked to the Iranian government have stepped up their ransomware and other malicious cyber activities the advisory warns that in recent months a run has exploited computer vulnerabilities to target entities in transportation health care and public health Microsoft says it observed one of the groups trying to build a rapport with his intended victims before targeting them with spear phishing campaigns the

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Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike

"The husband of Nazanin cigar Radcliffe the British Iranian woman detained in Iran and says twenty one day hunger strike Richard Ratcliffe thank supporters as he ends his protest outside Britain's foreign office after a long three weeks he continues to fight for his wife's freedom more than five years and she was detained and to run Rackley began his demonstration last month after his wife lost her latest appeal in Iran he hopes his hunger striker Sean a greater spotlight on his wife's case and added pressure on both the British and Iranian governments Naomi shot in London

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Israeli premier blames Iran for tanker attack; Tehran denies

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Israeli premier blames Iran for tanker attack; Tehran denies

"Israel has accused Iran of carrying out to trying to tack on an oil tanker off the case of a month that killed two people Israel's prime minister Naftali Bennett's made the accusation of the beginning of his cabinet meeting saying Iran is the one that carried out the attack against the ship's runs aggressive behavior is dangerous not only Israel but also homes international interest the prime minister asserted that Iran must be reprimanded for its actions adding a veiled threat stating we know how to convey the message to Iran in awe and weighing Iranian government spokesman said he'd have to consolidate described the allegation that Iran carried out the attack as baseless saying it's the first time that the Zionist regime occupying Jerusalem has made such an accusations against the Islamic Republic of Iran the heightened tensions come off to a strike a few days earlier on the all time kind of messes streets I'm Karen Thomas

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July 20, 1924: Tehran Declares Martial Law

Today in True Crime

02:26 min | 10 months ago

July 20, 1924: Tehran Declares Martial Law

"On july twentieth. Nineteen twenty four. Tehran authorities declared martial law after a mob killed an american consul. Major robert embry. The decision was designed to give the city a chance to regain order before an international crisis tore the nation. Apart leading up to the death. Iran had been a hotbed of foreign interest. The british had tried and failed to establish a protectorate over the nation. Meanwhile russia had recently vacated its stakes after their defeat in world war one. The newest foreign party to take an interest was the united states and they mainly wanted one thing oil. They pressured the iranian government into allowing oil tycoons to start drilling into the land when robert embryo was killed at the hands of an angry mob. All the foreign actors in the country started pointing fingers at each other. Tehran newspapers and russian authorities blamed the british for inciting muslims into a frenzy. Others blamed the russians who had expelled embry from moscow after he defended his anticommunist beliefs fellow american spy marguerite harrison who recently departed the near east while posing as a filmmaker claimed international intrigue was to blame but above all according to margarite. Embree was to blame for his own death. He had knowingly entered a dangerous situation marguerite also claimed embry made a serious error by fleeing the initial attack at the shrine. According to iranian custom running away proved he was guilty of sabotaging the site. If he had stayed the people would have merely punished him but not killed him. Br guardless of who may have deserved the blame. There was one person who gained from robert. Inbreeds death raza khan commander of the cossack forces on july twentieth con gain control over the massive city declaring he would arrest those responsible for killing embry. While one part of the cossacks investigated another arm reached in a more opportunistic direction. They shut down the presses instituting a news blackout con then arrested his political rivals throwing the muslim leaders who had defined him in

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Iran Is Escalating Its Nuclear Program

1A

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Iran Is Escalating Its Nuclear Program

"Iranian government has resumed enriching. Uranium in one of its underground facilities. The order reportedly came from president hassan ronnie and it again breaches the terms of the thousand fifteen iran. Nuclear deal agreed on by numerous world powers. President trump withdrew from the deal in two thousand eighteen. Nancy walk us through. What's important here. What is the significance in. Help us with this idea that it's increased its levels to twenty percent purity. What does this all mean. Sure so under the twenty fifteen deal. It had a three point six seven percent cap and now the running governments said that as soon as possible. They want to get to twenty percent. The reason that's significant is to build a nuclear weapon. You have to be ninety percent now. Ninety percent sounds like A big gap. But it's much more difficult to go from three point. Six to twenty once you get past at twenty two ninety is easier or so say the experts i will defer to them and so the reason. This is caused such anxiety because this is the biggest breach of byron its commitments under that deal and so the question becomes. Why are they doing it. Part of it one could argue is that this is in response to the assassination of its top nuclear scientists. This is when the running government purse. Pass this law. It appears to be A way of building negotiation leverage ahead of the incoming biden administration as you recall president elect biden has said that he wants to Enter into that deal again. Assuming that iran is willing to comply. And i also think that there's an element of Answering to domestic audiences. This came at the same time that there was the anniversary of the one of the death of qassem sulamani by us. Drone strike and bag died in their heightened tensions between the two countries and congratulate you that this was a way of sort of iran. Reasserting itself that. It wasn't gonna be bullied by the usa in its To keep a carrier strike group in the region to send b fifty two bombers and so the totality that has led to A really major escalation in terms of capabilities towards an a nuclear weapon. So nancy. this is the million dollar question. What is all this mean about what we know of how close iran is to creating a nuclear weapon or do we assume it has one already well. The the challenges we don't ha- they didn't announce a time. They they said as soon as possible and they alerted the Of its intentions so the question becomes whether it Can do it in a in an until what time now to be fair. One could argue that they can turn this back just as quickly. So if this is towards reaching leverage vis-a-vis the incoming biden administration. You can see this pulled back almost as quickly as a as the announcement was made the challenge becomes if you start to see countries seeing this as a real threat or real movement towards building nuclear weapon particularly israel remember a decade ago when the writings were moving towards us they hit there was almost a strike campaign that was triggered by this. Then you have a different situation. So it's if it's a move towards leverage it's a very risky

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Iran Increases Uranium Enrichment at Key Nuclear Facility

The Takeaway

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Iran Increases Uranium Enrichment at Key Nuclear Facility

"Iran, where a syriza of recent developments have complicated relations between Iran's government in the United States. Yesterday, Iranian officials announced that they've started enriching uranium at levels of up to 20% purity. This brings the country's nuclear program closer to how it looked before the 2015 nuclear deal with the U. S and other global leaders. Iran also announced this week that it's Revolutionary Guard has seized a South Korean tanker. The seizure was done in part to retaliate for the billions of dollars that Iran says South Korea owes its government. Money that has been withheld U T U. S sanctions. And while Iran claims it's willing to reverse both of these decisions, the developments make things much more complicated for the U. S. As our government prepares to transition between presidents. Joining me now to discuss is gold, Nas Esfandiari, a senior correspondent with Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty, who covers Iran. Thanks for being here Gold as Thanks for having me, Cindy. So tell us how big of a shift is this latest uranium enrichment policy compared to how Iran's nuclear program Has been operating recently. The 20% and Richmond is an increase from about 4%, which is sets a by the 2015 nuclear agreement that Iran signed with the Obama administration. And other countries and that President Trump abandoned in 2018. The 20% is basically a breach of this agreement. It brings Iran closer. To being able to produce weapons grade uranium, which is citing about it requires about 90% purity. But what is important to know what this is not a shift. It's basically since the U. S left the agreement in 2000 May 2018 Iran waited for a year, and then it started gradually step by step, violating the agreement and decreasing its commitment. So this seems to be in line with the steps Iran has been taking. I was a bit surprised by this because the 20% enrichment is a step required by the parliament. The parliament passed the law in December requiring the government to start enriching Uranium at 20% immediately and the bill passed by the parliament was opposed by the Iranian government. President Rowhani said that this is this is detrimental to diplomacy. And other Iranian officials also opposed it. And then suddenly, and they even passed the bylaw to delay this parliament build. And then suddenly they announced that they started enriching uranium. My 20%, I think what is important also to understand is that Iran seems to be Raising the pressure on the upcoming U. S administration on the BAT Biden administration on D. It's trying to gain leverage for potential talks between the two sides. Hey, Before

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US formally blames two Iranian officers for abduction, likely death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

US formally blames two Iranian officers for abduction, likely death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson

"The Trump administration today publicly blamed Iran for the presumed death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson. American officials named to Iranian intelligence officers it believes are responsible for his abduction and imposed sanctions on them more from CBS News military consultant Jeff McCausland, Mr Levinson will be 72 years old today. Disappeared under very mysterious circumstances off Iran's Kish Island in large 2000 and seven it is widely believed that he was on unauthorized mission in support. The U. S Central Intelligence Agency when he was in fact captured. It was last seen alive and a hostage video nearly a decade ago, pleading for US government help and in photographs in which he was wearing an orange prison jumpsuit. The Iranian government, however, has never admitted any role in his disappearance, Administration officials said in March, Levinson had probably died in Iranian custody. He and his wife, Christine, have seven Children, the youngest of whom was just four months old. When Levinson

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U.S. formally blames Iran for  presumed death of ex-FBI agent

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. formally blames Iran for presumed death of ex-FBI agent

"Points a finger at Iran over the disappearance of a former FBI agent for the first time, the Trump administration is formally blaming Iran for the presumed death of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared in Iran under mysterious circumstances more than a decade ago. The State Department publicly identified two high ranking Iranian intelligence officers believe responsible for Levinson's abduction. U. S. Officials also said the Iranian government sanctioned the abduction and lied for years about its involvement. Earlier this year, a federal judge in Washington held Iran liable for Levinson's disappearance. At the White House. John Decker Fox News. Iran has long denied having any information about Levinson. California's

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"iranian government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"iranian government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"If I am 6 40 alive ever in the I already up Remember to their secret place? By the way, it's a 40 years ago, Andre was 1980 that operation Eagle clawed took place the abortive attempt to rescue American hostages. Held in U. S Embassy by the Iranian government illegally on day went horribly bad, of course. But what was supposed to happen and that story's not often been told What was right supposed to look like we'll get into that next time. And speaking of Iran before we get back to China, spying on Eric Swalwell Penis The Iranian dissident the journalist Rolla Zom, who ran The Al Ahmad Channel on YouTube and the Twitter feed of area. He released embarrassing details about the private lives of Iranian Clerics and government rich They were with the with the money and the whole thing Hey, fled Iran to Paris, where he was under French protection. And the Iranian could force the Islamic Republic Guard Corps, probably Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps lured him to Iraq. Where they kidnapped him. And anyway, he was executed by hanging this morning on DFA from the Iranian press TV there the official news agency. What When you see what they convicted boy, I didn't know he was convicted of this boy. It really changes things. And when you find out what a bad guy he was Iran has executed Roll Azzam, administrator of a notorious counter revolutionary website and had been convicted of corruption on earth. The Public Relations Office of Tehran's General and Revolutionary Court announced that Sam, the founder and director of Ahmad News, was hanged on Saturday morning, the Islamic Republic News Agency reported. The 47 year old Sam was handed down the death sentence back in June after he was found guilty of 13 counts of charges. As instances of corruption on earth. Well, who knew who knew he was that bad of a guy? 13 convictions for corruption on Earth? By the way, when the Iranian government hangs you For whatever dire a fence you've committed. Let's say you're a boy. And you like other boys. Well, absolutely Guell in Iran for whatever it is that you were sent to hanging. You don't walk up a scaffolding, and then they put a tightly wound news. Around your head with the not to the side of the head and let you drop 10 Ft. So that the not internally decapitated you. You die instantly know they don't do that. They put a rope around your neck or a cable at the end of a crane. A large construction crane and then at a signal the crane just directs and you're pulled up. It doesn't break your neck. You just go and you dangle up. You dangle and strangle. It's a really nasty way of hanging. I mean way only did that to certain Nazis because we had incompetent hangman in 1946 in Germany. And we feel bad about it because hanging is supposed to be quick and it's supposed to be surgical and all that. Let the last state that did it as The method of execution was Washington state. They finally get away with it because this guy on death row get intentionally too fat. And then he sued. He said. Well, I choose hanging and it would be inhumane. S 00. And that happened in Iraq by the way to sum of Saddam, Saddam and his cohorts on Saddam. But some of the guys drop too far where their heads popped off. But so anyway, the Iranians hanging this guy for a while, Why not 13 convictions of corruption on Earth? Um, And, of course, Francis pissed. Germany's past where Pastor was pissed, But Iran's attitude on this is well. What do you do about it? You know you and what army So there's that before we give it to China. I forgot to pay this off. Last hour s O Turkey had to apologize to Iran. Why? Well because of a poem. And here's why. On Thursday, December 10th in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, they held a victory parade because if if you have family in Nagorno Carrabba Art sock there in Armenia. If you have apartment in Azerbaijan, If you have Armenian family there, you know that there's an armistice. The cease fire it. It was a resounding win for Azerbaijan. They took about half of that enclave. In about three weeks, three or four weeks, and they just held the victory parade. Not only did they hold the victory parade, but the guests of honor were the Turkish army and President Erdogan, who went to Baku. And he addressed the assembled Azerbaijani army. Of course, there was no mention or even show of the Syrian and Libyan mercenaries, and Erdogan flew in. Do some of fighting. They weren't represented in the parade. The Turkish army was represented in the parade. And during his address to to the kids, President Erdogan referenced a poem. And the poem commemorates, or I'm sorry. It bemoans the separation of Azerbaijan from the 18 26 18 28 Russell Persian War That would be the took mensch a treaty. That that separated Azerbaijan. So there's a poem about what a horrible thing that was. Erdogan reads it. And Iran gets pissed. And they get so pissed. They threatened to close the Turkish Embassy in Tehran on DSA. Oh, the Turkish foreign minister had to personally call the Iranian Foreign Minister Java. Zarif San Francisco State University University of Denver Alarm. That's why his English is so good. I bet he'd be shocked to see San Francisco now. But when he went to San Francisco State back in the eighties, you couldn't poop on the sidewalks now without a ticket anyway. Turkish foreign Minister met Veloute Kevin So Lou says Ankara's definite policy is to maintain close and cordial relations with Tehran. Based on good neighborliness after Turkish presidents recitation of a poem provoked unease in Iran. In a Saturday phone call for Minister Kevin Solo of Turkey assured Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. President Erdogan respects Islamic republic sovereignty and territorial integrity. He says that the Turkish president recited the poem in Baku just because he had not been aware the sensitivity surrounding it and associated the poem on Lee with Carol Bock. So there's that crisis over the poem that nearly launched 1000 angry letters or something like that. I have no idea. Um, so anyway, back to China in California. Let's just Stop beating around the Bush..

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Iran Says It Won’t Fall in Trap of Scuttling Any U.S. Talks

Balance of Power

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Iran Says It Won’t Fall in Trap of Scuttling Any U.S. Talks

"Is vowing not to quote fall into the trap of scrape scrapping any future talks with the bite administration. Iranian government posted this statement two days after the assassination of a top nuclear scientist. Iran has blamed Israel. Joe Biden has made it clear the United States would rejoin the Obama era nuclear accord. If Tehran also returns to full compliance.

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Iran: Horror without end – Strikes and protest continue

WIOD Programming

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Iran: Horror without end – Strikes and protest continue

"Protests on the streets of terror. On following the killing of Iran's top nuclear physicist, the London and ABC. Julie McFarland must inform me today he was the driving force behind Iran's atomic weapons program, the country's most renowned nuclear scientists, as well as a senior officer in that elite force, known as the IRGC in 2018. He was even named by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a presentation about Iran's nuclear program and 10. Years ago, the Iranian government said that Israel was behind the assassination off four other of their nuclear scientists who were killed between 2010. On 2012. Now. Israel has never publicly confirmed or denied involvement in these assassinations, but has always said that they will never tolerate a nuclear Iran at ST

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U.N. atomic watchdog: Iran continues to increase stockpile of low-enriched uranium past nuclear deal limits.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

U.N. atomic watchdog: Iran continues to increase stockpile of low-enriched uranium past nuclear deal limits.

"Meantime, Iran continues to stockpile of low enriched uranium well beyond the limits set in the landmark international nuclear deal. That news comes as the UN's atomic watchdog agency, which also says Iran is enriching that uranium to greater purity than allowed. Despite that, the International Atomic Energy Agency says the Iranian government is still giving you n inspectors full access to its nuclear sites. The U. S pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal that promises Iran economic incentives in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program. Since the U. S withdrawal and tougher new sanctions, Tehran has been pushing for help with its

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UN agency: Iran uranium stockpile still violates atomic deal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

UN agency: Iran uranium stockpile still violates atomic deal

"Iran continues to stockpile a low enriched uranium, even though it's well beyond the limits set in that landmark nuclear deal that the US has pulled out of. The news comes from the UN's atomic watchdog agency, which also says Iran is enriching that uranium to a great to a greater purity than allowed. Despite that, the International Atomic Energy Agency says the Iranian government is still giving you n inspectors full access to its nuclear sites. The 2015 nuclear deal promises On economic incentives in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program. Since the U. S withdrawal and tougher new sanctions were imposed. Tehran has been pushing for help. With its withered

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U.S. intelligence says Iran and Russia are attempting to compromise 2020 elections

The World

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. intelligence says Iran and Russia are attempting to compromise 2020 elections

"Weeks until Election Day, the U. S intelligence community issued a warning foreign powers are trying to influence the vote. Here's director of National Intelligence John Radcliffe last night. We have identified that to foreign actors Iran and Russia. Have taken specific actions to influence public opinion relating to our elections. Ratcliffe said Iran obtained American voter registration data and he's been sending threatening faked emails to American voters. The Iranian government denies the allegation. And it is something the Swiss envoy in Tehran to condemn what it calls baseless accusations of meddling in the U. S election.

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Interview With Barbara Kopple

Filmspotting

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Barbara Kopple

"I, know I'm not alone this. I'm on record as naming Harlan, county USA, one of the best documentaries ever. Made I taught it and American dream once in a class on cinema verite. So Barbara Cop bullets genuinely thrilled to have you on film spotting. Thanks for coming on That's nice to hear. Thank you very much. Of course I was four when the events of desert one played out. So I guess I'll use that as my excuse but I, have to confess I really had no idea. Story was going to unfold when I started watching and the story I did get surprised me. So was that partly what drew you to this story that it's a mission that a lot of Americans may not be aware of or have forgotten about chosen to forget about Exactly, the history channel is GonNa do hundred feature found based on history that people really wouldn't know that much about And so does it one was one of them they ended up on these doing for five and so. We're rocky that we got to do this. and. I just love death because I just felt that desert one really is a story that needed to be if you know for me. Story of heroism, a reminder of the horrors of war and it also. It's so rennaissance today because it looks the roots of the conflict between the US and the Iranian government. And plus I just really wanted to do. Because the guys are so incredible, their their diet who'd never really got do and they went because they wanted to rescue fifty two hostages who had been you know taken by the Iranian students. So not knowing the story, I'll also confess I, assumed it was going to be a story of American triumph and in some ways it is you mentioned it is a tale of heroism. It's definitely a tale of great courage but it is a failed mission and the failed missions aren't the ones history typically remembers or wants to revisit. It sounds like that was also an angle that appealed to you. Yeah. from people have this motto had the guts to try. And From this. Ham. A lot of really incredible things like it's organization called the Special Operations, Warrior Foundation and also was really the first time that special forces wherever put together you know marine and navy and everybody in now special forces are together you know on different missions that they go and so it was the start of that. Thinking about desert one in relation to some of the other documentaries you've made the to mention. For example, you give a voice there to people who are often voiceless overlooked. I'm thinking of course of the of the miners and the meatpackers, and it's not the soldiers whose missions are unsuccessful as we touched on whose stories are typically told, but that's what you've done and so I'm curious if that was a conscious choice on your part or are you just naturally drawn to telling those kinds of stories and giving voice to those people? Yeah. That's what I love doing more than anything is. Really getting to know people that you narrowly. No are you have stereotypical feelings about and let them tell their story and let them think D- I've done two other films about the military one was. Found with the collective of people called winter soldier, which was about Vietnam veterans, telling stories about what happened in Vietnam, and then another one in two thousand and fifteen called shelter, which was about homeless veterans and a really wonderful friend of Mine Day of Marist. News did a lot of the singing and Harlan County USA was a homeless that and he was sorted the center of the film as we went to different places where they were homeless and he saying he told stories than it was quite

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Iran sends downed Ukrainian plane's black box to France

Howie Carr

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Iran sends downed Ukrainian plane's black box to France

"Iran sends the black box flight recorder of the down. Ukrainian jetliners shot down over Tehran to France for analysis. ABC is Julia McFarland. All 176 people on board were killed when the passenger jet was hit by two Iranian missiles shortly after takeoff in January this year. Iran admitted the targeting of the jet was human error and that the plane had been mistaken for a cruise missile. The Iranian government said the boxes would be analyzed in Paris on

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"iranian government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"When the headline this is good New York Post and then the leaders about two thousand eight hundred as you make up your minds guys New York City residents are under quarantine to prevent the spread of the corona virus and a storm could face fines or jail time if they venture outside their homes the liberals are threatening to put people in jail for being sick this is what they do the power is that we have could involve the police the this is what a date they just can't wait to abuse their power in the liberal to English translation dictionary the word of power is followed by the words something to be abused thanks to Paris only to be abused so the New York city health commissioner Dr all Sirius bar bought old here is bar box probably barber but I'm just making fun of is that the the powers that we have could involve the police he said that's a good thing this city's department of health's health was monitoring two thousand seven hundred seventy three people in home isolation as of Thursday morning according to an afternoon update from mayor bill Big Bird blasier's office only to husband and wife healthcare workers from Manhattan were under mandatory quarantine imposed when she tested positive for the corona virus following the couple's returned from Iran last week Iran what they doing in Iran well they were visiting around maybe there maybe there smoking hookahs you think they're smoking who consider maybe they were plotting to become infected with the crown of ours and come back here and spread it like by a lot biological warfare agent and you know this this this is kind of funny that there is an outbreak of the corona virus in Iran and the first place that hit was the senior leadership in the Iranian government the people close to the Ayatollah Kerr Bob and why is that you might ask that's curious does not and I don't know the answer but I do know that Iran has worked with the communists in China because they see the United States as our common enemy and with North Korea because nuclear weapons are their goals so they can kill Americans and Israelis the infidels and the Jews you know and the senior Iranian government leadership finding.

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"iranian government" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"In the archive of that particular field we find out it was funded by the Iranian government agency that is overseen by the Iranian propaganda is to be used for all the propaganda films all the propagandize TV commercials all the propagandized websites run by the Iranian government this is the entity that gave him the money to do the film the money were at the and that the film where he was listed as the sole producer and now his name is been removed so full credits of the film for some reason seem to also have been scrubbed from the internet V. the author of the book obtained a copy by using the as he called it the way back machine and he made a startling discovery that the movie's chief investors included none other than the social director of the state welfare organization of Iran as well as the cultural and artistic organization of Tehran these are both cover groups for some very nasty in the ferry's doings around the world and these two investors in the film might appear at first glance to be like you know I Mackey was cultural organizations they are not both are funded and controlled by the Islamist Iranian government I'm but the cultural artistic organization of Tehran states and I'll quote the organization was founded in nineteen ninety six and does its activities are the supervision of a board of trustees composed of various cultural institutions such as the I. R. I. D. and the Islamic propaganda organization it's just a minute right there it's propaganda and the cultural artistic organization up Tehran's page promotes cultural events such as one for school which is entitled the seal of hostages which is attended by several top Iranian officials according to the book another event is inherently anti semitic Wednesday on the last day of Ramadan the organization also arranges marches as well as organizes protests and other materials for because day it's it's side says a new plan for the destruction of Israel will be launched N. B. cultural radio station will be located near the border of dispute their swimming maybe it's closed Israel or something like that and I gave the thing you got to love this quote that the fight against the Israeli people is distributed amongst our people and this is the same I repeat again the same organization the point of this movie for Warren's son in law now the particular holiday that this this cultural group group finds and organizes it features massive crowds organized by the Iranian government that this particular organization chanting death to America they burned effigies of you know all whatever presence and power at the time they get full media coverage and this is a look too good tied to the son in law of a of a leading you know democratic presidential candidate of the United States right no it don't look too good so the in the movie reduced the allegedly produced no we did produce at of the song of the sparrows has film credits that read like a who's who of prominent Iranian government institutions for example there's a thank you to the Iranian revolutionary guard Air Force I mean come on and this was during a time of heightened US you know Iran tensions when this movie was done when Washington accused Iran of assisting in the killing of five American soldiers based in Iraq and the van Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had repeatedly threatened that the U. S. you know which was the declared a satanic power would soon disappear along with Israel from the face of the earth so again Elizabeth Warren son in law also produced another film by Majeed majority but even less informational is now available about that film that film almost is like is been scrubbed from existence we don't really know what it's about so the problem that the experts see with this relationship is how Elizabeth Warren is going to respond to it because she has a little bit of a problem with the truth and is she going to be up front about this that these particular films were were financed by some of the most radical organizations in Iran you know and these two organizations have a have a habit have a reputation of leveraging their relationship with studio executives and they love to have access to top creative talent and a high level of support they get from numerous foreign governments that are you know have radical bases have radical ties to Tehran and this is what's making people very very nervous about Elizabeth Warren son in law and his relationship to these organizations and the two movies that he's done and again the second movie you you couldn't even find anything on the subject matter right now if you tried and from the first movie his name has been taken right off of it now it's not known what foreign governments ugh he could be involved with beyond Iran in doing films and other things he has a website this list some allies a website that wasn't touting a lot of his accomplishments that website is also now been shut down so there it is another chapter in the saga of Elizabeth Warren all again from the same book profiles and corruption the book the gave us all this new information about hunter Biden that I told you about in the first segment US has like a book that we need to read sounds like this authors somebody Peter Schweitzer I need to get on the air and we need to have a long old talk with this man would you agree I think it probably be a good idea coming up we're gonna be talking about the fifty million dollar lawsuit filed by Tulsi Gabbard.

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"iranian government" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on KTRH

"Is if you didn't see that coming your welcome back from use radio seven forty K. T. R. H. six fifty one will get the traffic and weather and the the time line here just a moment but first blood speculation about what brought down that plane over to run a lot of it focusing on the Iranian government's who says it's all a bunch of lies but yet they won't turn over the black box Texas congressman will heard was on fox last night's talking about the plane crash a well as a member of the house from select committee on intelligence we we see a lot of intelligence and what I would say is that if this were the case I hope the Iranians are providing as much information as they have to the international community and I hope that they will be forced to write on what they know and what they are investigating when it comes to this I think a hundred and seventy six people were killed a number of nationalities okay there's a lot of Canadians on board we notice of Ukrainian aircraft is this going to be an opportunity for the Iranian government to share information that they have or they can do what they always do and that is a lie two and mislead the international community time will tell but I am sure that there is a lot of families all over the world that want to know the truth and that's important and it's on is the responsibility of the Iraqi government to share information they do have here let me fill in the blanks for a congressman they're gonna do what they always do there's a light six fifty two time for traffic and weather together let's get you caught up in the drive was scheduling already standing.

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"iranian government" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Rainy an official invite users through the president of Iran using the Twitter machine in a similar trolling fashion as the way trump does but are they getting his attention the reason I say that is because this tweet which is what was it went out yesterday okay with one of the morning I'm from an Iranian government official in and you know you're gonna take my word for the trip the translation if you well it was written in Arabic it is a quote from the Ayatollah coming translated I agreed the whole world if you want to stand against our religion we will stand in front of all the world from Khamenei but the link in it is to a list of trump branded properties around the world now trump tweeted the other day about the fifty two sites that had been chosen or whatever it appears that the clock back if you will from Irene Iranian government officials is we see your fifty two and we help you everything that has trump on eight hotels resorts golf courses etcetera that escalated quickly yeah then I would expect it to this is this is troubling on a variety of different levels yeah it's troubling from the United States perspective and it's troubling from the Iranian perspective so let's backtrack a little bit we look at the way this weekend when the president while he was down at the winter White House of Mar a Lago one of the properties that's less than half said that he had a list of fifty two potential Iranian targets okay and you know is in these cases you'll have people than the White House were not authorized to speak on the matter but they do and they're saying those fifty two targets that were identified that the president was talking about we're not cultural centers that they were military bases they were those types of you would expect yeah exactly right well BC is the you know yeah the military coming none of the none of the fifty to qualify this cultural sites okay okay but then the present casually on Twitter said that the sites are very high level and important to Arron in the Iranian culture okay and then you can make an argument that their military is part of their culture no not really I mean like and instead of simply saying that the the site because backlog why well the defense secretary for the United States as actually it does yeah and so now you're starting to see even a rift within his own cabinet so that's what started this the president cut off handed comment to reporters as well as tweets saying that the United States will target Iranian cultural centers which you have all I don't know what like the Steven Miller is Steve Bannon kind of adviser or an adviser to the president of Iran then like you said clapping back and listing the property is that president actually owns good bad or indifferent he linked this is the Iranian presidential adviser linked a Forbes article and you know here's like New York City real estate all the buildings you know from forty Wall Street to trump tower trump plaza eighteen goes in the golf course is US golf courses international golf courses it cetera etcetera it's a list of all of the things that trump owns in and if you think about it in this context military bases installations troops as there are the defensive posture is there a way to defend those are built in a certain way to you know our bases overseas and what not trump's golf courses built to fend off a attack of any way shape or form no they're not they're not fortified with stand a military attack by any way shape or form okay so play this out and I'm not trying to make like a huge jump in a sound like it but use kinda follow my lead here I'm ready yesterday you had the trump administration come out and tell Americans not to travel to areas of Israel and right Palestine yeah that it's you need wedding Gaza Strip there's a travel advisory because of the heightened tensions in the Middle East makes sense makes makes total sense so there is a travel alert for Jerusalem Israel west bank and Gaza given what's happening right what is just say one tweet but I travel advice would you travel to a truck property right now I'll be honest I've never been to a trump property of and I've had no reason it's not that I'm avoiding them it's not that I'm seeking them out it's never been an option and it's never gonna because they have considered because again right wrong or indifferent they're not saying they're gonna tack the White House or the Pentagon they basically put out a list that said Mar a Lago golf course trump home in sterling it is dangerous and several plaza in downtown New York City the the the the golf course in Scotland Hey all what we're not simply here's what they're quick was we're not saying we're just saying here's a list of places yeah you know I don't know if you are do you think people would change your travel plans you think there's people that live in it because what is our condo yeah like we should probably go on vacation from our trump property right now yeah II it's it's it's so dangerous on so many different levels because when you're looking at like a military conflict it's usually something that happens between militaries right usual usually yeah and and you also have the foreign minister of or Ronnie sat down with the ABC and it said this is the United States as a dozen obey who's with flash from ball and claims that this will carry out disproportionate response a case cultural sites that makes me think clearly they will be US military targets that's what our military people have said but that's a decision that we would make at the appropriate time in essence what Iran is saying is we're going to be attacking military installations knots cultural centers or trump properties so to speak we're gonna keep this between our military's I got to believe the Iranian a rate I I I get seeing how all this can escalate quickly out of this calculation by the way which do you think trump would hate more a a attack on a military installation or an attack on a trump property.

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"iranian government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Militia threatening to retaliate for US military strikes in Syria and Iraq that killed twenty five of its fighters these militants are backed by the Iranian regime intekron and ever see weapons from the country Iran's revolutionary guard issued a statement of support saying the country of Iraq has the right to protect itself a spokesperson for the Iranian government called the U. S. airstrikes quote support for terrorism adding that America must accept the consequences for what they're running government calls quote illegal acts fox's trading's the U. S. carrying out strikes after an American contractor was killed in a rocket attack in Iraq right share company uber and on demand meal delivery service post mates suing to block a new California law aimed at giving wage and benefit protections to people who work as independent contractors the lawsuit argues the law which which takes effect Wednesday violates federal and state constitutional guarantees of equal protection and due process the measure could set a precedent for other states to determine which workers must be considered employees only one pink slip handed out to a head coach on the day known in the NFL as black Monday the New York Giants firing head coach Pat Shurmur Monday after two seasons at the helm however the giants a liking to retain general manager Dave get almond but with an ultimatum coming from team co owner John Mara reasons for some of those personnel decisions he does know that the batting averages gotta increase going forward the German going on in twenty three as head coach of the giants the team has requested permission to interview doing the patriots offense of coordinator Josh McDaniels and Kansas city chief's office of corner Eric B. enemy for the vacancy with reports the focus those on Baylor head coach Matt role not apartado fox news with the new year comes a bigger payday for most troops the military budget for fiscal year twenty twenty will increase service member pay by three point one percent federal civilian pay also set to rise by three point one percent I'm Steve.

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"iranian government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Your journey secured an Iranian backed militia threatening to retaliate for US military strikes in Syria and Iraq that killed twenty five of its fighters these militants are backed by the Iranian regime intekron and ever see weapons from the country Iran's revolutionary guard issued a statement of support saying the country of Iraq has the right to protect itself a spokesperson for the Iranian government called the U. S. airstrikes quote support for terrorism adding that America must accept the consequences brought their running government calls quote illegal acts fox's trading's the U. S. carrying out strikes after an American contractor was killed in a rocket attack in Iraq right share company uber and on demand meal delivery service post mates suing to block a new California law aimed at giving wage and benefit protections the people who work as independent contractors the lawsuit argues the law which which takes effect Wednesday violates federal and state constitutional guarantees of equal protection and due process the measure could set a precedent for other states to determine which workers must be considered employees only one pink slip handed out to a head coach on the day known in the NFL as black Monday New York Giants firing head coach Pat Shurmur Monday after two seasons at the helm however the giants a liking to retain general manager Dave Gelman but with an ultimatum coming from team co owner John Mara reasons for some of those personnel decisions he does know the batting averages gotta increase going forward Schirmer going on in twenty three as head coach of the giants the team has requested permission to interview doing the patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and Kansas city chief's office of corner Eric the enemy for the vacancy with reports the focus those on Baylor head coach Matt role nanopore Tano fox news with the new year comes a bigger payday for most troops the military budget for fiscal year twenty twenty will increase servicemember pay by three point one percent federal civilian pay also set to rise by three point one percent I'm Steve Rappaport.

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"iranian government" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on KCRW

"People have been arrested the Iranian government however insists that the numbers are actually much lower that the protests are over in Westwood for case your W. Benjamin godly it's four fifty one at KCRW this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep we have some follow up reporting on one of the more dramatic urban stories of recent years we're hearing cameras clicking as a white haired official steps up to a microphone it's July two thousand thirteen this is a very important day in the trades history Michigan governor Rick Snyder it's a very difficult and serious day is standing with an emergency manager who just had the city of Detroit file for bankruptcy we didn't make this decision provident Lee or in haste this is been a decision that in one fashion or another has been working its way to the city for the better part of six decades decades of population loss and economic decline starting in two thousand thirteen that manager Kevin or re negotiated the city's dats its union contracts and its pensions the many people who watch the effects included bankruptcy expert Jodie Adams Kirschner at the time when Detroit and really many other cities were going through bankruptcy I was teaching and writing about bankruptcy in a big believer in the process and I was paying attention to policy leaders who were really talking about bankruptcy as a cure all for distressed cities although that very optimism made her curious I was struck I realized by the fact that no where in that conversation was anyone discussing what bankruptcy would mean for the people living in a city Kirschner has now written a book called broke she spent time in Detroit and learn the stories of ordinary residents who go by their first names in the book while the city recovered its financial health they often did not in Detroit the value of property has fallen so far and so fast since the financial crisis that most Americans have most of their wealth in their houses in Detroit we see Cindy who has paid off at her house but she knows that even if she could find a buyer and sell it it wouldn't create any opportunities for her to go anywhere else at one point in the book she's looking at what it would cost to buy a used camper trailer and she sees that even a used camper trailer would cost more than the money that she might be able to sell her house for is this a way to put what you're driving at here the city files for bankruptcy which is a way to wipe away the past to get rid of a lot of the old debts to start afresh but the individuals in the city don't get to wipe away the past and they still got old property tax bills and they still got various fees that they the state they've got all these problems that get in their way of of even living a basic life yes and I think a city's finances reflect the circumstances of the people that live in that city you destroyed and cities like get I see is on the the sharpest and of the most consequential question facing our country right now which is what to do with a large population of people who don't have the skills for our current economy how useful is the criminal justice system to the people you focused on everybody that I followed worried about crime and safety in their neighborhoods at a certain point while I was spending time with her Lola's house gets shot in the middle of the night and a bullet pierces the front window of her house and its trajectory passes very near to where her daughter is sleeping and she is so afraid and so ashamed to be raising her daughter in that environment she immediately calls the investment company in California that owns the house where she lives and they really never return our phone call and they never come and fix the window this is what is on my mind you describe people who in no way are protected from serious crime yet there periodically just going down the street or driving somewhere they get pulled over and they quickly end up in jail over some obscure violation miles yeah I follow is an example of the criminalization of poverty he ends up in jail in Detroit for failing to buy a license fourteen and a half years earlier and he talks often about just wanting to be a legitimate person who can go to work and instead we leave him very worried that his record will make it even harder for him to find work in construction and it's already been for him again and again in.

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"iranian government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

15:13 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Back with our final hour which even Colin as we talk about US Russian relations the radiance situation and Stephen before we go to calls a let you wrap up on the cry me a situation in which you think could happen well the Russians Crimea's financial and the only landed transit from mainland Russia to Crimea is occupied by the Ukrainian government and more from the Russians to a usage so the Russians as you may know you did I W. do though but I don't know how many listeners who undertook a remarkable engineering feat of building I think it's fourteen miles storage bridge from southern Russia to Crimea and they opened the car or truck part of the bridge in eighteen months fantastic that is unbelievable now they're building parallel to what a bridge the trains come across so essentially Crimea will no longer be an ice we isolated from Russia and Russian tourists go there and the government has made a big effort to get Russian tourists go there rather than the Europe and it's a you know a lease for a foreigner such myself as I said it's kind of like Miami beach with a lot of history during the day and it's working now right so far yeah it's okay bought callers yeah the problem is it's a target for conflict between Ukraine and Russia because Ukraine should at least the previous government Ukraine has a new president we haven't talked about that Mr Zelinsky the previous president Poroshenko was interferes Cold War with Putin and Russia the new Ukrainian president he's known as a television comic because he became famous as a comedian a television series he won overwhelmingly I you got seventy five percent of the vote and he has to be careful he can kind of decide once a friendship with Russia but he does want to negotiate with code named to the city wanted negotiate and much has to do with the trump administration will do I hope they won't obstructed because we need to have civil diplomatic relations between Russia and Ukraine because police and you and I have discussed it's a flash point for war but that bridge has tempted some people to fret neck to threaten to blow it up and there's a dispute whether these are just not cases from you crying right or whether they're commandos sent by the Ukrainian government and in the store a Russia captured five or six small military cranium vessels and their crews a couple months ago because there's a procedure to pass under the bridge after give several days notice you have to take on a pilot a Russian pilot but out paperwork Bijou cranium ships tried to run the passage without doing that and so luscious holding them as captive and it's become a hot flashing diplomatic issue the trump administration is urging potent to give you cranium Ukraine basket trailers and ships right the cleanliness requiring some guarantees from kia video wall threaten the bridge again and I only mention this because these are the kinds of new Cold War dangers that we live with every day so we began our discussion tonight by asking what if there was war against Iran what what Russia do so the question now would calm if we look at this bridge is called the Kersh bridge by the way K. E. R. S. H. if that Kersh bridge rushes bridge joining mainland Russian Crimea is threatened by you crying and fighting began in fact merit time war what with the United States and that'll be trust decision and it's a tough decision it's not an easy one by any means because I look at this also as you know we have a different relationship with Taiwan where we have agreed to protect them but what do you do when trying to decide to take Taiwan militarily in starts rolling into Taiwan and we got we got to go in there to stop on the other hand we have decades of dealing with this possibility contingencies the policies understandings with China and Taiwan that if the solved over the years we know this today we're living in new relationships like Russia and Ukraine suddenly hostile relationship between water paternal you know how many Ukrainian Russian intermarriages are are George I don't know why there but there must be tens of millions of Ukrainians merry to Russians I need to light a nation that United by marriage yeah that's true absolutely what one more question before we go to call Stephen and they're lining up when president Obama was in office we gave billions of dollars in cash to the Iranians we flew there in the cloak of darkness got them off our military cargo planes in gave them billions of dollars in cash do you have any idea why I mean I don't well this would take us to the long contentious contractual history between the United States you're talking about around the correct yeah he is somebody somebody approved billions of dollars in in cash cash now we're not sure why you're to a bank account so that we gave to the Iranians during the Obama administration I'm a baffled why we did that I presume but I'm not privy to the to the truth but I assume it's the truth they was part of a larger agreement that the Obama administration reached with Iran to terminate its nuclear weapons program why do you bring cash what you're just wired to a bank account there I'm sure the Iranian government has a bank account somewhere no George there's an ad age than an expert which allegedly I am is never supposed to say I don't know but I don't know it's weird is a you know what though I know there were cash transactions to the Yeltsin government in the nineteen nineties large amounts of cash in one case it was cash to help Washington it was blown in on adult airliner I mean over I know the details of it and it was literally you know those cartons the U. senior Xerox machines were have Xerox paper for the machine of those brown cartons we all seen them and at our places of work in those cartons war about I thank I may have a number wrong four billion dollars the finance Yeltsin's reelection cash this let's take some calls wasn't crazy business in cash obviously want to hide something yes exactly it's something that you and I are told and we have two guests fact and we need to think about the study let's go to Keith in Dallas Texas to get us started hi Keith go ahead Sir thanks for taking my call and my question for the gas pertains to some of the exotic you know technology that the United States he now has been I've been working on and the confidence that U. thank U. S. defense planners and war games planners have and our ability to fight a hot war against Russia and or China and specifically I was thinking along the lines of like lasers in space you know like the SD I program that way again on it out in the early eighties micro swarms of drones war would actually happen and a hot war what could happen and how far ahead do you think we are in would it matter Stephen I think also we have technology way beyond what we as Americans believe or understand they've got they've got weaponry that they've never told us about would you agree I agree but there's a second question and we also don't know the answer that have a deployed any of it and I'm thinking in particular of the impulse open the American and Russian site to weaponize space I would consider this a Rubicon if ever crossed that would be catastrophic for everyone and what we need is a tree and it's in everyone's interest to agree not to weaponize space now that said in response to keys question we're faced with a new decision the Russians have developed and tested the systems and they were new missiles with a call hypersonic you may have heard about yes you can't catch up you can't catch me at you should have yourself as a gas that the person we've got all the so called missile defense systems and we spent trillions of dollars on over decades and it doesn't work against the hypersonic weapons which Putin announced and and convincing way I think I believe it was on almost exactly a year ago maybe March one why would he announced that what what do you tell somebody you have this warmer and last one you don't if you want them to think you do well I think first of all because intelligence on both sides so substantial that you can't develop and test weapons like there's much less deploy them without the other side telling ME we know every weapon the Russian ads and they know everything we you would think well I mean I think we could take that to the bank we that's one assumption we can make the question is what the other side does with the knowledge so here's what comes and he said look guys new developments on the facts that was Reagan's gift to us right and you deployed around Russia on ships in line therefore you think you can do a first strike against this which is always been a no no in the nuclear age because we always live by this horrible document a doctrine called mad mutually assured destruction ride which meant that if Washington spot Moscow Moscow could strike Washington and the two countries would destroy each other and therefore they would not no one would ever do a first strike and then suddenly the United States develops this missile defense which in theory can prevent Russian missiles from having the United States whether they can or they can there's been a debate I mean what are you may as of a Russian send a hundred we can mail tab and then vice versa but some would get row and the sun to give Perot what essentially destroy the country either country soul now Putin now says that they've developed a hypersonic weapon a missile that can allude missile defense and I don't think anybody disbelief so the question what is we're going to do about it so blue made a speech and he said we've got these weapons we now our back at what we used to call parity you can't attack us without being destroyed and we can attack you now of the pine for an entirely new major embracing arms control agreement where we decide to begin to dismantle and promised never to use these weapons because and instead we've gotten all Russia gate trump and all this craziness treaties that were breaking both sides are brought such a break yeah and they break them in ways that lawyers would love to debate in court do you know what I mean they you know some on the margins so do you say okay the treaty is too important to worry about what the Russians are doing on the margins where another lawyer comes in and says no the margins are are the essence of the whole treaty so we are breaking out of treaties I mean let's be clear about one thing it was the United States under the second President Bush and who in the year two thousand and two he unilaterally laugh the anti ballistic missile treaty that was a great treating because if the if prevented the United States and Russia from the morning these anti missile systems once we laugh a new arms race began so what is that two thousand and two more than a decade almost twenty years ago and now we are on the cusp of a new hypersonic arms race and so the leaders of the two countries Putin intra whether we like them or not those are the leaders today need to decide what to do do they race on an order they say we stop here and an act during our course favor the latter and Russia says is ready now trump is said not to digress if he's ready but he wants to bring China because China has nuclear weapons with China will never cut its current nuclear arsenal because they're all regional weapons in China has a whole different kind of sense of of strategic defense it's not trans continental as Russia and America it has to do with the regions in which China is out so I am hoping the trunk changes his mind and again that takes us back to our to this question is who advises crop I would say that the present United States you know you don't have a great reputation but if you want to go down in history with a magnificent achievement do this one you should be advising this thing you can do it and don't forget Mister president you are the master of the art of the deal and what would be the greatest deal of your life that's right for them a new nuclear arms race exactly that's what somebody has to help president trump and that's why I come back to the other question I have no idea who's advising now about Russia and Russia could really be influential with Iran let's go to Tim in Los Angeles Hey Tim go ahead hi thanks for taking my call George all right sure are going to be a point that the professor Colin had made in the last appearance and I've been a in contact with his wife Katrina vanden Heuvel for years and when she was with the nation and she still is is that and I respect her very much for an article that should run years ago called gin's of the men from Jensen C. S. T. by Jason best about the gym the neo cons okay actually pushed it with them or rock and wanted a similar on it what I wanted to ask you what the point that Mr because the professor cone is made which was very credible if hell lobby scan by politicians and endpoint in America and that's exactly what we have going on here with are on which Sheldon Adelson you can see a video that a friend of mine it made recently representative press to you too and it's basically has trump admitting that if a politician takes money from Sheldon Adelson he's owned by Sheldon Adelson and later after you know trumpet said that about Marco Rubio's another nail Carmel fees well he started kicking channel that sell medicines money and that's so that's why we have such a hostile stance now in Iran and to John Mearsheimer hood professor Collins mention as well I've been in touch with him for years I'm surprised you didn't know he was George he actually written the either to.

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"iranian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

"So countries like Sidey Arabia Yui in Bahrain are very much in the US camp, they are host to US forces in US bases. And they see Iran as an enemy, you know, this region, really well, the Iranian government can say it's not us have there ever been rogue Iranian elements that could do something like this. No, not really. I mean, the it's almost like the to Iran's said, there is the front of house, which is the foreign ministry, the very smooth well educated often bio trailing will diplomats. Then you've got the deep state. The I'll g see the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, call these people all the kind of massive hundred fifty thousand strong Pretoria and God of the Islamic revolution of nineteen seventy nine. They are exporting Iran's Islamic revolution to places like Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and allegedly Yemen. Their forces have taken over control of the Iranian naval presence in the Gulf. They've pushed the conventionally rainy navy and taking Davor and they've developed quite sophisticated and affective flotilla of foster tack boats that use torpedoes mines missiles drones, and they have a lot of practice of covert, sabotage operations. That's not alone enough to say that they did this. But suddenly, they know that they could never take on the US navy's Fifth Fleet in a face on battle. I mean, it would be United they'd be massively outgunned, so they have gone down the route of asymmetric warfare. They've got a lot of high-speed shorter ship missiles, which would prove a real threat, for example to u s warships. Now these attacks on these two ships, help us figure this out. What are the parts of this that we still don't know what, what are investigators? And observers still looking to find out. We still need to know exactly what the weapon that was used. Where did it come from an who put it that an ultimately, I suppose, why the Iranians of said, well, why would we do it? We want to export our oil. This isn't helpful actually, in the short term. It is driving up the oil price, which temporarily helps the Iranian economy. But if there is a smoking gun found that actually ties this to Iran, it'll be very bad for Iran. The Iranians would say, well, we didn't do this. So it's got to be somebody else. And they've said this to me, personally, it'll be somebody who wants to undermine our relations with the rest of the world, which I have to say a strange already the forget that this comes all this came right. At the time of the very important. Visit by the Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Ave to Iran discussing the possibility of some kind of peace talks, or kind of concil reconciliation between the US and Iran. They sides of said the time isn't right for that. We're not interested. Frank Gardner is the BBC secure. Correspondent thanks a lot Frank. You welcome. Okay. So to fuel tankers are crippled in the Gulf of Oman. So what happens to the ships now? Well, they're simply they're not simply going to be set adrift. There's a Dutch company called though, scallops this tasked with salvaging, the tankers Martin shoot over is with bost- gals. He says the crew is already on the scene getting to work. They are indeed yesterday morning. Local time, at least in time, the two vessels were retired. The casualties inflicted the damage. We immediately then prepare for the majority that we are involved by mobilizing our own equipment, our own people..

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"iranian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. While President Donald Trump claims yesterday's attacks onto tankers in the Gulf of on the Iranian government. He's also Olding out the possibility of talks with the Islamic Republic NPR's Asia. Rosco has more. President Trump says the US has evidence that a wrong was behind explosions, and fires onto tankers in the Gulf of Oman. He told FOX and friends, he doesn't take the actions lightly, but declined to say whether the US plans to take action in response. We wanna get them back to the table. If they want to go back. I'm ready when they are. But whenever they ready, it's okay. Iran has strongly denied involvement in the alleged ship attacks, the US military released video that it says shows Iran's revolutionary guard removing unexploded mind from one of the ships, they argued this evidence, Iran was trying to cover up its role. I rasta NPR news. Sudan's ruling military junta says it is ready to negotiate with the opposition. However, the opposition says it will not negotiate directly with the military activists say the instead wanting to go shape through any THEO PM mediator activists are demanding the military seed control to civilian rule. It is still unclear when or weather negotiations will begin jailed, WikiLeaks co founder, Julian Assange is to face a five day, US, extradition hearing early next year and peers affair. Quist arcton reports. He's wanted by the US for his alleged role in revealing classified government and national security information, juden, Assange, who's currently serving. A fifty week prison sentence in Britain for breaching his original bail conditions appeared in court via video link. He's facing an attempt by the US to have him extradited on eighteen counts linked to his alleged involvement in the publication of government and military secrets US officials seeking to prosecute onto the espionage blame him for orchestrating Wicky leaks revelation of a cache of secret documents these disclose names of people who provided confidential information to u s and coalition forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. The British court has said the extradition hearing for February next year Assange has been suffering from ill health in prison, and looked weary, or heavy Stockton, NPR news, ending a years, long, legal battle Quicken Loans, reportedly agreeing to pay out thirty two and a half million dollars. Settle lawsuit. The giant mortgage lenders accused of fraudulently dumping bad mortgages on the federal government several years ago. US officials say quicken. Failed to properly, verify the income of certain borrowers. Quicken Detroit based company denies did anything wrong. It's his lawsuit was abusive. But nevertheless, it has agreed to resolve the case with a multi million dollar payout settlement includes twenty five and a half million to reimburse the government and seven million in interest payments. You're listening to NPR news from K Q, E, D news. I'm Brian watt. One of northern California's most expensive luxury hotels. The Ritz Carlton, Half Moon bay is being hit with a one point six million dollar penalty. Paul Rogers QE scientists managing editor and environment. Writer at the Mercury News explains why when the hotel was first being planned in the nineteen nineties locals, and environmentalists were worried that the public might lose access to, to scenic beaches nearby. So the coastal commission require that the hotel as a condition of getting its construction permit build a parking lot with fifteen spaces near one of the beaches and allow twenty five spaces in. And it's parking garage to be used for free by public beachgoers but over the years hotel, staff would park other cars, there of hotel, guests golfers and after being fined several times over the years, the coastal commission, finally cracked down hard today has Paul Rogers beyond paying the fine. The hotel will have to inform the public that it can park for free on signs and on its website. The Bart board of directors reversed course yesterday afternoon, and approved three new fare hikes after rejecting them hours earlier, the inflation based hikes go into effect every two years starting twenty twenty two but next year, a separate five point four percent increase will take effect. The motion was initially rejected after some director said, there are problems, the agency needs to address before raising prices again, including decreased ridership and unchanged parking prices. But a compromise was reached a few hours.

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"iranian government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:43 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Welcomes is the Ben Shapiro show. A lot coming up for you this out a little bit later on in the hour. We'll be discussing with Ann Smith. The executive director of the victims of communism memorial foundation. Why it is that so many folks seemed to be embracing socialism new will also get you President Trump in hot water overstating that sheriff foreign source offered him information, he'd probably take it use it not really a great strategy for the president. Also, the author nNcholas sparks is coming under fire, because he funds a Christian school, and you're not allowed to do that. Unless the Christian school also becomes not Christian. Apparently, this is this is the big conference, you but at this hour, the big story that people seem not to be covering like the big story is that maybe we're on the verge of a conflict with Ron, maybe according to the New York Times, secretary of state. Mike Pompeo said on Thursday that intelligence reviewed by American officials showed that Iran was responsible for attacks earlier in the day, onto tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Critical waterway for the transit of much of the world's oil. Oh man golf vomit. My pump, Mr. Bombay did not present any evidence to back up the assessment of Iran's involvement. I this is my favorite thing. Now is media are basically, suggesting that when Iraq Obama lies to them for a period of years about his foreign policy. He was the most honest trustworthy dude ever. I mean, sure he lied about his Syria policy, and about Libya policy, and about his Iran policy and about his Russia policy, but he was as honest as the day is long. It was just a wonder he was just great, great nude. And then President Trump takes over, and it's like where's the evidence that Iran was behind this, where why will it Mike Pompeo shot? Well, maybe he's not showing it because it's still being developed, and if it comes time to actually justify a military conflicts, I assume we would see some evidence at that point is certain is certain to further fuel tensions between the Trump administration in Iranian leaders. I love that. I love that. So it's not the bombing. Wing of western ships like ship from Norway, is it's not the bombing of a western ship. That is the problem that's raising tensions. It's the US blaming the Iranian government for the bombing of that, ship, even though the Iranian government probably have on the ship. The real problem is that the Trump administration keeps doing this pesky thing where they point out who's doing the bombing, according to the New York Times to the assertion by Mike Pompeo is certain to further fuel tensions between the Trump administration and Iranian leaders, which have been at heightened level since early may when the White House announced military movements in response to an American officials have said is an increased threat from Ron that entire paragraph is so ridiculously written. It's amazing. Edward Wong is the reporter again, basically in this paragraph Iran, which has been bombing ships in the straits of Hormuz, and the Gulf of Oman, the Iranian government, which has been pursuing terrorism from Yemen to Syria to Lebanon to HAMAs. They're not to blame the problem. Is always the White House, according to this paragraph. He big problem is that in may, the White House announced military movements that was the big problem. And then they're like, oh, yeah. In response to what American officials have said was an increased threat from Ron. It's just it's the it's the administration manipulating us into war. That's what's going on here. Alternatively the Iranian government is in evil government that has pursued military conflict, because they are hoping to rally their people around our flag. As their economy, goes bottom up. Speaking at a news conference in Washington, Pompeo's, had the sabotage against the two tankers was only the latest in a series of recent violent acts by, by the way. It's not just the United States saying this, the British government has agreed in its assessment is not just Mike Pompeo on his high horse or John Bolton. Riding astride a tank or something. Pompey's has taken as a whole he's unprovoked attacks presents a clear threat to international peace and security, the rapid escalation of tensions in early may between the us and Ron took place around the time that four tankers were damaged by explosions at the mouth of the Persian Gulf near the strait of Hormuz. I love that place around that time. That's when that's when things started to get really wild. It didn't happen because of the bombings, it just around the time, coincidentally, people started to get a little tense. When people were bombing ships coincidence, who incidence guys the explosions occurred in the same area early Thursday morning, which forced crews to abandon ship, and left, one vessel ablaze on Palin. John Bolton the national security adviser both said late last month, Ron was responsible for those earlier attacks though, neither have presented evidence. This is the second time in four paragraphs. They have mentioned this as though that allying us into war against those evil. Republicans lying us into war as opposed to the Obama administration lying us into a crap nuclear deal in which we ship pallets of cash, the world's worst regime outside of North Korea. On may, thirtieth Pompeii told reporters had seen evidence of Iranian involvement. He said he's were efforts by the Iranians to raise the price of crude oil throughout the world, with make some sense. If you have a limited supply, anyway, what you really need is for the prices to go up globally. Otherwise that limited supplying can help you very much. Details of the incidents on Thursday for made murky as they have the explosions in may. Given the widespread criticism over the Iraq war, and the presentation of faulty intelligence that led to it, the Trump administration faces great pressure from congress, the American public and foreign allies without explicitly any evidence of threatening actions by around. Okay. So three times in five paragraphs, they're going back to this amazing. How no one was skeptical of the intelligence agencies. He entirety of your Bama administration. We fought war in Libya, for no apparent reason. We handed control of Syria over the Russians we made a nuclear deal with the Iranians based on Obama's presentation of intelligence, that was very faulty at best. Don't remember the New York Times saying where's the evidence? Where's the evidence? Instead, it was like Obama love that guy. So awesome. Pompeo said the American government's assessment of Iranian responsibility for the attacks was based on an analysis of intelligence weapons and patterns of previous action. He left open the possibility that an armed group in the region tied to Iran might have carried out the attacks saying no other forces in the area have sufficient training or capabilities for the operations other than those supported by Iran, which makes sense who the hell else is in the middle of the Gulf, the Gulf vote on it certainly isn't the year, the Saudis that are bombing these ships, a US navy surveillance plane flying over the stricken tanker's on Thursday spotted an unexploded mine attached to the whole of the coca courageous, one of the damaged ships, according to a defense department official the so-called, limpet mine, resembled, the kind of explosive investigators believe was used against the four ships in the attacks last month, according to that official in the navy surveillance plane took extensive footage of the attach mine, which crew members on the courageous also noticed after an initial explosion prompted the crew to evacuate the vessel. Naval explosives experts were preparing Thursday to approach the stricken ship to secure it, and remove the mind and examine it for clues about who attached to the ship. According to the defense, official Korean Assad in Iran expert at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace said, quote, Iran's supreme leader has to carefully calibrate his response from maximum pressure campaign. If he responds insufficiently he risks losing face. If you respond successively he risks losing his head. And that is what they're doing that. He's trying sort of pinpricks is what he is doing. They're pushing these pinprick military actions that are designed to drive American anger without us actually just he capitated the regime. Prompting a regional militia to attack and oil-tanker would allow rods and walk that line. He said, adding, quote Tehran can maintain implausible tonight, ability, spite the price of oil, and impress upon, US allies in Europe Asia in the Middle East. It will also pay a price for Trump's pressure campaign. Now that is a correct analysis. But why is that analysis not at the top of this article? Why is the analysis all about how terrible the United States is how the Trump administration's pressure is creating all of this, how the Trump administration is trying to lie us into war, the Iran experts that they quote obviously is correct? It is the Iranian regime, that is pursuing. He's heightened activities. You think Trump wants to go to war President Trump who by nature is an isolationist? Do you really think Trump wants war in the Middle East? It is the last thing he wants. From his head. He could take military action. He insisted he doesn't want war in late may he announced he was sending fifteen hundred additional troops to the Middle East. That was far less than what some top administration officials had requested. Pay. The secretary of state has made twelve demands of Iran that go far beyond the nuclear issues is stressed. The need to roll back Iran's expansionist foreign policy from his perspective. That includes Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Hootie rebels in Yemen and a constellation of armed groups in rock. Right. He's trying to backfill a crap Iran deal that was purportedly pushed to its alternate by the Obama administration. Pompeii said Iran is lashing out, because the regime wants are successful maximum pressure campaign lifted obviously, through he said that their hope is us diplomatic and economic pressure to bring Ron back to the negotiating table at the appropriate time. Pump said the administration is ready to talk to Iran right now with no preconditions, and then the New York Times gets back to editor realizing, but he is not defined the aims of any negotiation. Well, yes he has. He says, stop the terrorism and backing this is the part about Iran, that, so bizarre in the media coverage they always act as though the west needs to make concessions to Iran. If Iran wants to join the world economy, become part in the family of nations, they can do it, right. This very second. All they have to do is stop pursuing terrorism around the region opened up their society, even a little bit. Get rid of their nuclear program and voila, you get to be part of the nations of the family, that's all you have to do they can do this anytime. They want the reason they're not doing this is because they know if they open up a little bit and don't pursue. Then pretty soon, the Ayatollah may find themselves with their heads unpicks, because the people of Iran, don't like them very much in just a second. We'll get to a little bit more on this Iran story. First, let's talk about why you should not join the AARP would you pay your hard earned money to join.

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"iranian government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Comments coming out of the Iranian government on whether or not, there wasn't sort of miscalculation of what they were thinking. However, they have been saying from the very beginning that they believe that it was the US that was escalating, this situation FAA today, relate a warning to commercial airliners flying in the Persian Gulf the warning came from US embassies in the region. The ambassador to the tensions in the region increase the risk that a plane could be, quote, misidentified, the president of Ohio State, University, says it's clear there was quote, consistent institutional failure identified in a report that found sexual abuse allegations from at least one hundred seventy seven male students. Correspondent polo Sandovol supports really the end of a year long investigation. It included a hearing from very survivors, including one who spoke before school. Trustees in November? This is what he had to say. I could not get the image of the predators face out of my head him standing over me. Why are you sexually assaulted me in clinic? Students made the allegations against Richard Strauss. A former athletic team doctor who took his own life in two thousand five three people reported to be close to death after a shooting at a house party early this morning in Muncie. Indiana near ball state university. Police say a total of seven people were shot and they're talking to multiple witnesses university says, there's no threat to the campus ahead for the mid west of messy weekend of heavy rain, strong, winds and large hail. Forty million people are under severe weather threats in the region today. Thirteen million more tomorrow the areas that will be hit include Texas to southern Minnesota, the greatest threats will be across central to northern Texas.

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"iranian government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And then she turns on this country. She becomes a turncoat and then works for Iran. How the hell did this woman? Who was born and raised in Texas decided to defect to Iran, and then conspired to deliver very sensitive national defence secrets to Tehran. How does that happen? Authorities said that arrest warrant has been issued for wet who the DOJ believes still lives in Iran. Where the Iranian government has made her very very comfortable. Well, if we ever find her and get our hands on her we to make her very uncomfortable. And five electric chair firing squad. Whatever this is just a grotesque. Horrific story. Angers me beyond belief. I mean, I I am so aggravated irritated with this woman and this story, and again, I'm sure there's much more damage that she's done. That we're not going to fully reveal. But I'm guessing we probably have an inventory of exactly what she was able to fork over to the Iranians. That's unbelievable. On a couple of audio bites. I wanna play this is a great story. This is just an absolutely awesome story. Well, it wasn't the premises bad. Because unfortunately, so many people fall for this crap here in this country these days, and I'm talking about the phone scammers. You know, those the IRS scams. These these calls that come from overseas scaring people and a lot of elderly people fall for this. You've got people at fall for all kinds of internet scams and phone call phone, call rackets. Yeah. Listen, I told the story on the air. I got the IRS scam. Call. I got the attention. I think it was it was the computer at first attention. You are in trouble with the IRS you risk arrest because of this. And that whatever it was and I stayed on as happened late in the morning. This is a couple of years ago late in the morning. I told the story on the air, and I'm sitting on my couch. I'm doing prep for the show. I've got a laptop in my lap by my printers next to me. I'm printing got stories. I'm highlighting a prepping for the Sean I get this phone call. And it's this IRS scam. Call threatening me that I'm in big trouble. And I'm going to go to jail, but you know, please hold for an agent, and I'm like, oh, I finally got one of these calls. And of course, I knew that. It was fake. I knew it wasn't the IRS calling. The IRS does not call. You any initial contact.

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"iranian government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Live from Washington DC jaysekulow live just twenty four months actually, less than two years. The United States and the President Trump has reasserted its traditional role as a force for good in this region. We've learned from our mistakes. We've rediscovered our voice, we built our relationships. We've rejected overtures from our enemies. And now chief counsel for the American Center for law and Justice Jay segula broadcast one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten would the major speech in Cairo by Mike Pompeo that we're talking about where really laid out the situation, but he also pointed to the fact that the previous administration under Barack Obama really missed the Mark. And in one particular situation was during the green revolution. I want Jordan quickly describe the green revolution that when it play sound bite on this. We'll also be taking your calls on border security were to get into that last Tuesday. What's the broadcast, but I do want to start with early in the Obama administration two thousand nine the green revolution breaks out into the streets of Iran, the mass I believe it's the largest mass protests against the regime, a since the nineteen Seventy-nine Islam revolution in Iran where people were willing to risk their lives. People were killed in the streets shot at by the regime snipers, and it kept going and kept going until ultimately it was clear the US under the Obama administration was not going to come to their aid nor call. For the overthrow of the Iranian government or increased sanctions on the Iranian government or even take some kind of action. Whether that would be army, even a resistance groups against the government there signs were in English. Yeah. That's very telling when you look at protests around the world, you always notice something like when you're in when they protest in France, and they're protesting its tax hikes. Or are these big walkouts? This signs are not in English. They're not trying to get the US involved in their domestic protests. If there's a protests going on in Egypt of the sides are on Arabic. They're not trying to talk to you either. But if the signs are in English there speaking directly to the United States of America. That's those protesters are taking the time to figure out how to translate their message into a message that Americans would understand. So that the news cameras captured we see it and the Obama administration ignored that opportunity say double down, they didn't just ignore that opportunity. They revolted the Iranian regime ultimately with the nuclear deal and the billions of dollars in aid. That was unleashed. I'm gonna play to the to the Iranians which they are still being able to Hezbollah is so well funded right now. Well, armed on. Israel's border, and why Hezbollah Iran is so active in Syria. All right. Let's go ahead and play number six is talked about the green revolution. America's reluctance are.

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"iranian government" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"iranian government" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Views one hundred ninety seven total shares. So the Iranian government has taken steps against telegrams. Cryptocurrency development, the Tehran Times reports summer thirty first secretary of the criminal content definition taskforce Dzhavadav, India has declared that any cooperation with the encrypted messaging app to launch its Graham token will be considered an act against national security any disruption to the national economy to Vinnie stated, quote, one of the most important factors in banning telegram was a sense of serious economic threat from its activities, which was unfortunately, marginalized neglected due to the flex in the political atmosphere of the country at pretty interesting. Damn. So this is our no Kurt does get big time though, as we're starting to like make people make powerful people angry and countries are starting to get pissed off. They're like way. What Tim I thought we already had control over that? They did something else. Oh god. That's no cryptos starting to get of real for people. Yeah. Yeah. Like Facebook's crypto currency, the Facebook, corner, whatever they're gonna call it. You know, you know, they have a lot of social what's the word? I'm looking for social real estate in India, and they're really targeting just the Indian market, right? So if you get all those people, Cindy remittances back and forth with Facebook coin like western unions gonna get fucking pissed. Wasn't. He was gonna be pissed off. They're gonna what the hell Facebook. To be thing. Facebook coin. Yeah. Me too, just so I could send it to to to people that I don't like, you know, what I mean, just like oh man easing money who the big bag of Facebook. Are you launch Facebook Cohen? Here comes good luck. Good luck with them. Anyway. I was gonna say I wonder why twitch uses this thing called bits like owner fits to emulate like crypto. But I think it's not it's not it was like happened on same time just have offense. Okay. Every night while Iran, I wanna seeing that song from the eighties. Iran. I know I couldn't be in the intelligence community because they're like, okay. Here's the Iran briefing. And then I just zone out for like three minutes. Singing that song in my head. Miss all the view all the important points are my God. All right. We're moving we're moving, right. Larry's those X next article next article William sue Burg of coin telegraph writes, stellar co-founder..

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