35 Burst results for "KGB"
John O'Neill: Putin's Connection to Stalin
"John I want to talk specifically about how do you read him What do you make of him Important to understand his background his grandfather was Stalin's cook and taster His father was an exterminator for the KGB He went behind that army in the Ukraine shooting people in the back of the head So when Putin talks about we need to do NASA the Ukraine he's a chip off the old family blog Putin himself has never been in combat or of any kind But he has been a KGB guy and he's surrounded by a group that calls himself the strong men that are all KGB people he's committed of course completely he's totally indifferent to human beings By way of example it was kind of named saw black who was his mentor He was the mayor of St. Petersburg and he was a reformer After Putin became prime minister they asked Slovak tell us about Putin and he said Putin is the new Stalin and saw back and his two bodyguards all had simultaneous heart attack two days later So I'd like to hide And Putin has been a poisoner and a murderer using literary poisons both inside Russia and outside Russia for the past 20 years And so has announced that units to 6 one 5 5 whose job is assassination Mark
Josh Mandel: Any Candidate Who Doesn't Care About Ukraine Is Pro-Putin
"I'm asking you about Ukraine We're not even asking for feet on the ground We're not going to have asbestos I can tell Infantry there just supporting the Ukrainian people to stop the Russians They are being slaughtered It looks like those black and white pictures not precisely but close enough From you know half from 80 90 years ago what do you make of that I mean can we really afford Republicans who go to Washington D.C. and sound like isolationists Anyone who's running for the U.S. Senate who says quote they don't care what happens in Ukraine one way or another In my mind is unqualified to serve in the United States Senate and also their pro Putin I mean that is the pro Putin position and you're listeners know this because your listeners believe in the Reagan doctrine and believe in peace through strength But going back to when the wall fell Putin was the KGB chief in Dresden and when the KGB station emptied out he was there burning documents and he was the last guy there He gets surrounded by troops He thought it was end of his life Somehow he wiggled his way out And he talks about that moment as the most embarrassing moment for himself personally and the most embarrassing moment for his mother Russia and his entire life and he blames it squarely on Ronald Reagan and the United States of America And ever since that moment Mark Vladimir Putin has hated America and hated everything we stand for So to have any candidate for office in America any politician in America to say who cares what happens in Ukraine they are pro Putin And in my mind it's an anti American position And it's just unqualified someone for office let alone the United States Senate
George Friedman: How the Ukraine War Will Likely End
"There's a gentleman by the name of George Freeman And a site called GPS or geopolitical futures dot com I was unaware of it I saw it on independent Glenn Reynolds great sight and Glenn Reynolds is a great guy And the gentleman writes in part as we consider how the war in Ukraine will end We must first understand how it began Russia invaded the geostrategic for geostrategic reasons having Ukraine as a buffer state safeguards Moscow from invasion from the west and for economic reasons which have often gone overlooked The transition from the Soviet Union to the Russian Federation wasn't exactly lucrative It may have increased total wealth by Russia remains a poor country Its gross domestic product ranks just behind South Korea A respectable placement but hardly wears superpowers should be in terms of per CAPiTA GDP Russia ranks 85th Nestled between Bulgarian Malaysia Economic statistics rarely tell the whole story of course but in Russia's case they fairly accurately present a country that is poor than it appears mass superficially by a top layer of the super rich elite Life and major cities like saints St. Petersburg and Moscow is luxurious for the wealthy and bearable for the rest Life in the countryside is something else entirely Individual regimes can't be solely blamed for Russian poverty The size of the nation the difficulties in areas such as transport associated with its side make Russia difficult to govern And from the time of the tsars it's been the state rather than Sheridan economic prosperity that has kept Russia together Often this has been achieved through the security services which are tasked with maintaining state power not with building an economy It's a little wonder that the country that boasted the apron also produced a president who cut his teeth in the KGB
Putin's Mysterious Daughters Get Hit by US Sanctions
"I mean, we've got news now that two of Vladimir Putin's daughters who he's never actually formally acknowledged, but this is from a relationship a marriage. He had back when he was a KGB officer years ago. He did give birth to his wife, gave birth to two girls. They have now both been sanctioned by President Biden's expected that the EU will sanction them as well. This means, of course, if they can not transact in U.S. dollars, they can not come to the U.S., they can not hold any money in U.S. bank accounts. It's believed that there's quite a bit of money that has been kept in the U.S. for both of these women. Also sanctioned Russia's foreign ministers daughter, Sergey lazarev daughter, has been sanctioned and, as I said, two Russian banks won alpha bank the largest privately owned bank fourth largest overall and also sure bank, which is Russia's largest bank, and it's believed that they are handling one third of the assets in the Russian financial system, $500 billion. It's believed.
Cully Stimson: We Have to Do Everything to Stop Putin From Using Nukes
"What is retreat look like Vladimir Putin in Crimea and eastern Ukraine just getting ready to start another hot war in another few years when he re arms himself with his gas money I mean isn't that kind of being that they have nuclear weapons There's not much we can do So deadly serious topic and you have to realize that unlike us and other nuclear powers Russia under Putin's leadership has always included the use of tactical or other nuclear weapons for a war strategy And so I think we have to do everything as a country and as a NATO partnership and people do countries outside the NATO alliance to create conditions where he just does not take that ultimate step I don't know what victory looks like I can tell you that I think this president of Ukraine is a hero I think he's playing it just right And Putin is a spy He's KGB through and through You know you know what those folks are like given your distinguished career And so he's going to have to engage if you can't win militarily And some face saving exercise to be able to portray it to his people that he has achieved his mission Now I hope what is we end up with is a Ukraine including Crimea although I'm not hopeful for that We're a Russian troops aren't stationed And zelensky gets his country back and the rebuilding begins But that rebuilding is going to take a long time
Everything You Need to Know About Michael Waller
"War. He is Michael Waller. He is senior analyst for strategy at the center for security policy, author of secret empire, the KGB in Russia today. Mike, welcome to America first one on one. It's great to be with you, Seb. All right, let's start at the big picture stuff. We got to deal with the conspiracy theories, the tinfoil hattery, including on our side, sadly, for conservatives, but okay, let's start with you. You were doing some interesting things during the real Cold War in the 1980s. Tell our millions of listeners across the planet. Who Mike Waller is and what's he done? Oh, well, started out with president Reagan. I was a college kid in army ROTC and the army wasn't doing anything. So I quit and joined the contras in Nicaragua. Drive the country. How does a kid join the contras? Where'd you go to the contrary recruiting office? No, it didn't happen. It was actually president Reagan's staff and faith whittlesey. You remember that? Yes, of course. Yeah. So how did you know them? How did you know the administration? So Morton Blackwell leadership institute. So I was skinny intern with a lot of hair back then. And I sent it intern and Morton Blackwell worked in that office. And he said, hey, come to something called cpac. Cpac 81. Wow. And then he disappeared right after Reagan was elected, went on the transition team, and so I kept up with him as a youth activist. And this is a question where you have people go to high places like in The White House and they bring young people along with them to recruit cadre. And that's how I made the connections to go. So how old were you? 21. And why were you such a hardcore anti communist age 21, Mike Walla? Because I was an environmental activist in high school against the nuclear power plant, and then I was dressed down in a self criticism meeting where I was told this is not about the environment this is about overthrowing American capital. Oh, hang on. So there was like a Maoist self critique session with your bodies and then you saw the light that has nothing to do with Gaia and mother earth. No, it was. It was professionals. This is northern New England, and I was just a 15 years old, and these were professionals from California who came in. And we were just kids. We just cared about not dumping boiling water from a reactor core into the ocean where we'd go fishing with our grandpa. And that's what I was interested
Axios Producing Four Part Series on Vladimir Putin
"Axios has done a four part series one Putin who he is how it came to power I just want to read you a little bit of this The KGB to the Kremlin Pugh was a mid level KGB officer in Dresden East Germany when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 Weeks later in the tumult that preceded the collapse of the USSR crowd stormed the local secret police headquarters and Putin spent a tense night waiting for orders from Moscow that never came He returned to Russia and became a close aide first to sobchak and St. Petersburg and later to yeltsin in Moscow It was little noticed in Russia or brought until yeltsin appointed him director of the KGB successor The FSB in 1998 The year later he was prime minister four months after that on New Year's Eve 1999 yeltsin resigned in Putin's rise was complete Michael mcfaul who served as U.S. ambassador to Russia under Obama crossed paths with Putin and St. Petersburg in the 90s Behind the scenes former defense secretary Ash Carter was in several meetings with the top Russian official in the 90s He was an assistant Secretary of Defense Even Putin's critics acknowledged that he has accomplished three central objectives budding a strong Russian state reestablishing Russia as a global power and maintaining his own grip on power Nonetheless and then a couple of months of his appointment as prime minister became the figure on whom the last hopes of so many Russians were pinned
Oleg Atbashian: Russian Influence Operations Targeted U.S. For Decades
"Russian influence operation are active measures have been targeting the U.S. for decades Amy to demoralize Americans and make them hate one another Judging by the state of affairs today Russian operations have been quite effective The KGB was dissolved in the early 90s Followed by a short respite then Putin a former KGB colonel restarted the influence game and enhanced it with digital gadgets This time an addition to the traditional leftist radicals he started targeting conservatives as potential agents of influence Again this from the American thinker Russian propaganda is deeply embedded in his sophisticated enough to appear as honest opinions of concerned citizens But what often betrays it is the narcissistic desire making everything about Russia Where there are fuming over Russian election interference or over Russia setting up fake BLM pages on Facebook or being dragged into sympathizing with Russia over its bogus fears of NATO expansion It's so called national interest It's religiosity and spirituality Another felony And so on The Soviet days of communist propaganda any American influencer could get away with it by claiming it was simply a selfless Marxist But today when Russia's ideology is chauvinistic nationalism it's a bit odd for regular Americans to be simply a regular American to be simply selfless defender of Russia's national interests While Russia's defenders point out the existence of Ukrainian nationalism they somehow neglect dementia the unhinged Russian nationalism The two are not equal The nationalism of a dominant ethnicity in an empire that aims to subjugate other ethnicities as inferior to the main one is called chauvinism or supremacism The nationalism of a smaller ethnicity trying to free its neck from under its big brothers boot It's called a movement for dignity freedom and independence something American conservatives have always identified with
Are Democrats and the Media Using Ukraine as a Distraction?
"Because you know something, I got this real funny feeling that Americans are about up to here with Ukraine. It's awful. It's our hearts go out to every single Ukrainian man woman and child. We're going to listen to zelensky tomorrow. And I'm very cynical about that. Pelosi and Schumer made that big announcement. Just as the left loved the COVID distraction from a lot of real problems we face as a country, I think they like the Ukraine distraction. I believe that Biden wants to use Russians invasion of Ukraine, which for the record in case you're doubting is a bad thing. It's evil, Putin is a KGB thug and he's not playing by any rules and slaughtering a lot of innocent people. But I really am starting to think that the Democrats and the mainstream media that is consumed with this 24 7. Is kind of playing a little rope a dope with us.
Ben Ferguson: Vladimir Putin Came to Power by Killing His Own People
"But I did a deep dive into Vladimir Putin And I did a whole entire podcast on it grab it If you listen to podcasts go back it was like three or four days ago Just wherever you get your podcasts put in Ben Ferguson podcast go back and grab it A lot of people don't know this And this is a very quick overview Vladimir Putin came to power in 1999 By killing his own people he needed something to make him look like he was a leader of great Russia Russia was down in the dumps at that point They had a low self esteem as a nation They had lost the USSR right Communism had crumbled This guy's a KGB guy no one really knows who he is Boris Yeltsin's walking around drunk all the time drunk and meetings drunk on TV They'd really just hit kind of rock bottom You'd get them with Chernobyl and all those other things That they have and Vladimir Putin saw an opportunity And what he did was is he worked with the new KGB and blew up apartment buildings on the border Blew them up with military grade weaponry explosives that only the Russian government had and then he blamed it on the chechens You know he understood that war is good for Russia right If you're a leader war is good because you can get the peel behind you and the solidify behind you And so then this apartment building blows up that actually had Russian border guards living in it Then another apartment complex was blown up with military great explosives at the same time explosive Then another one blew up and then there was another one that they were trying to blow up but it was foiled by people that were watching and then they found out it was actually policemen that were planning the bombs that were involved with you guessed it Vladimir Putin
Putin's Real Game Plan With Ilan Berman
"Me ask you this. Did you expect this to be here so quickly 14 months into this administration with knowing what you know about Putin? Well, it's interesting because Putin the grievance that Putin is acting on now is a long-standing one. Yes. I mean, what I think most people don't quite understand is Putin as viewed from Moscow sees the end of the Cold War, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the post Cold War position of Russia as inherently unfair. Putin sees Russia as a great power. So he's a social justice warrior because it's unfair. SJW. SJW out there. Not quite that good. But he thinks that what you're looking at is a situation where the zone of freedom, zone of European freedom is expanding. The zone of Russian influence is contracting. The way I like to explain it is he feels like he's in a box and he's constantly pushing against the corners of the box to see whether there's give, whether there's an ability to change Russian foreign policy to advantage Moscow and disadvantage Brussels and London and everybody else. I love the way you phrase that. The box of European freedom is expanding, which for him is a bad thing because let's be clear he may sell this vision to the American to the Russian people that NATO's coming and they're going to invade and they've already encircled us, but the real threat to him is the expansion of the concept of freedom and democracy into Russia. Is it not England? No, no, that's precisely right. And that's why I think it's actually it's necessary to sort of drill down a little bit and explain what he believes, because our Friends, when they talk about Russia, they look at Vladimir Putin, he's an unreconstructed KGB agent. He rose up through the ranks to positions of leadership in the Soviet Union. And so they immediately default to the idea that, oh, he just wants to recreate the Soviet Union. But if you look at what he's been saying lately, that's actually not the case. It's bigger. It's bigger and it's older. Because what he's talking about, what he talked about in his February 21st speech before the invasion, what he talked about in his February 24th speech right after the invasion, he's talking about the fact that the Soviet Union made a lot of mistakes. And they made
Russia-Ukraine War: Whose Side Should We Be On?
"Side should we be on? Just because Vladimir Putin is fighting globalists, does not mean we should be on his side. He's a communist. He's a former KGB officer. He's not some hero of the west because he poses bad chested on the back of the horse. This is a man who hates you and hates America. He's not a Christian. He used to persecute Christians. Let's be accurate about who invaded who. And oh yeah, I get it. Ukraine. Not a really functioning, country. There is no evidence that zelensky, its president is corrupt, but it's had its fair share of problems. It's had us, especially the Democrats like Hillary, mocking around in their politics, but so what? It's an independent nation. Because we mucked around in their backyard or because barisma that gave $83,000 a month to hunter for no show job is a Ukrainian oil company. Does that mean that Ukraine doesn't get to exist? Does it mean that anybody can invade them? Let's think logically. This is an independent
'Putin Plays the Nazi Card' With Paul Kengor
"He is the director of the institute for faith and freedom, professor Paul kangar. Hey, Seb, how you doing? Good good. A superb superb, I didn't think I'd be seeing articles using these phrases so redolent of the Cold War, but of course we can trust on you. We'll talk about that story in a moment that you one of your pupils shared with you, which gives you an insight into who this man is, but I have to say, let me prepare you, prepare the ground for you by sharing with you my analysis from yesterday's show from Wednesday's show where I said, it is stunning, has so many people who've never studied Russia, have no idea what the KGB is. So willing to say he's crazy. He's mad and why did he do this? I guess they've been asleep for the last 30 40 50 years, Paul. Yeah, I think that's exactly right. And in fact, I know we're going to talk about another article, but I did a piece for American spectator last week's called Putin plays the Nazi card. And that one, that was in response to me right away getting emails from people when he first, when he first invaded the Ukraine, saying, look at this, Putin's going in there because he's claiming he's going in there in order to in order to de Nazi phi, the Ukraine, a D nazification of the Ukraine. What in the world is he talking about, right? I mean, if there's any sort of like hit Larry and analogy here, it's somebody like Putin doing what Hitler did, conjuring up Hitler invaded, well Hitler went after Czechoslovakia and Poland by saying that the native ethnic Germans were being persecuted in the sudetenland, right? In these different territories. And Putin did the same thing. He said that the Ukrainians were guilty of genocide against ethnic Russians and so forth. So what's this idea of Putin saying he's going in there in order to de Nazi fi? Well, this goes back to our lack of sense of history and as the guest we had on the show the day before yesterday constantin kissing who's a Russian Jew who lived in the Ukraine who has family members in Ukraine said on our show. If there were genocide of Russians in Ukraine, I think my family would know about
Who Is Christopher Cole? FDA Exec Caught on Project Veritas Camera
"65, Christopher Cole says how the approval process for emergency use is less stringent and he admits that COVID is not a risk for the young age groups because it's under COVID, they're able to because it's under the emergency approval process. I just want to stop. I want to give our team credit. Our whole research team. We have been saying this for months and slandered. By the dishonest hacks in the media for spewing anti vaccine propaganda for saying what now the FDA executive director is saying on private camera. Play cut 65. It's an EUA for all these groups all designations. And then you have to get approved by a specific entry space on a study. Do you think it's really an emergency for the toddlers? Well, they're all improved on our emergency efficacy data doesn't have to be as high. His standard is authorization is that it does more benefit than harm. I thought their cases weren't that high. For 6 months to four year olds. They're not, but because it's related to COVID, it's under that approval process. Now I know what you're thinking, how does James O'Keefe keep on getting these guys on camera? CNN, Pfizer and all this. Well, if you were listening to that video carefully, I don't think you should be that surprised. That was probably an attractive woman working for project veritas in a, let's say alcohol filled environment going out to dinner with an aging, old man in power, it's like James O'Keefe read the KGB playbook. And honestly, I love it. What this individual said very clearly, the FDA Christopher Cole was his name, was he said the approval process for emergency use is much less stringent and he admits that COVID is not even a risk. So if you put together
Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'
"To ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the
Forging a War-Hawk Free Future for the GOP With Sohrab Ahmari
"Right now. So rob, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for having me back and good to see you since our time in Florida where it was much warmer and nicer and free. Yes, all those things are true. So you have this great piece. I want to explore it with you. It's called hawks are standing in the way of a new Republican Party. And you go through in great detail and you're a phenomenal writer of how you describe this about how the neoconservative posture remains, especially with this Ukrainian Russian dispute and how almost the muscle memory impulse of the Republican Party is to saber rattle and to try to say that if you do anything except wanting to have a full fledged kinetic war Vladimir Putin, then you're an agent of Russia and you actually might be on KGB payroll. Walk us through that. Yeah, so, you know, I'm one of the people who's been arguing over the past three, four years that the Republican Party took a right turn a correct turn on foreign policy starting with president Trump, where he called out some of the party's most cherished orthodoxies on foreign policy. The notion that NATO is always and everywhere a good thing and the U.S. should continue to tolerate our European allies, not really doing any share of fair share of their burden, not lifting their share of the burden for our common defense and the United States committing so much more than they do. He pointed that out, I think that really resonated with the base of the party. I think that it resonated popularly when he just forced rightly spoke out against the post 9 11 regime change wars, which have been disasters to be honest. I used to be a hawk as well. And I've evolved on that. I used to champion this kind of the Arab Spring and liberating this and that and you just have to be intellectually honest and look at the
Mark Levin: Pay Attention to Who Vladimir Putin Is
"It's important in my view You my audience There you have your eyes wide open about what's taking place Wide open Putin rejects The victory the United States had in the Cold War He rejects it Putin came to power by killing people threatening people And by cutting deals with people he was a second tier KGB 8 Not even a first year But it was very bold And he effectively led a coup Because he promised not to prosecute those who did lead the second Russian Revolution out from communism and into the United States camp Putin is working with the communist Chinese Xi very very closely
Is Congressman Jamie Raskin's Father Tied to the KGB?
"What you see Liz Cheney sitting on the panel next to her is congressman Raskin congressman rascal's father was a founder of the KGB front group institute for policy studies Is that right Yes And one of the senior fellows of the institute for policy studies Let's slow down Let's slow down A little bit more detail because this is a radical hard left organization the institute for policy studies in Europe making the assertion That Jamie Raskin Congress nutshell from Maryland that his father was one of the founders of this organization that had ties to the communists Is that what you're saying Right Ties to the KGB They work directly with The New York Times Washington Post They say policies opinion everything in America It's sort of like the go between between various communist groups communist countries including Soviets and how they sort of it's a nexus between foreign and American enemies The nexus between them the government and the media very powerful group in the past what's his name Glenn Beck talked about the institute for policy studies But look it gets better A senior fellow of the institute for policy studies is Francis Fox pivots Worked with Joseph booty gag boutique Joseph booty Greg was the founder of the international gram sheet society His son is Pete booty gag You've got two three generations of Marxist revolutionary and throughout our media and government and most of it is out in the open and it's extremely dangerous So you could have somebody connected to America's enemies on the panel but you can't have a loyal American like Jim Jordan on the January 6th
"kgb" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"kgb" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"I don't even remember what the dreams, but they were like certainly I would wake up and be like Oh my God. I can't believe. I just learned this information to like. Put this in the story, but it was never real. It was like from May dream. So that's an and so it's scary like I watched so many of their videos I was like all I. Hope, I'm not indoctrinated like by the end of this because I'm consumed like so much of their content and it's just crazy like once you get into these like. you know rabbit holes on Youtube which reminds me a lot of the New York Times rabbit hole todd cast. If you listened to that of that, it's all about like youtube radicalization. Once you're like a in these rebels youtube. It's so easy to understand how like people get into this and swept up into this and have it changed your whole life because. You're just like okay. Here's another what yet? Another one though play and it's just great. It's wild and so I'm I'm really glad to be done because I needed a mental health break. and. I think that's a great note to end on I mean you said at the beginning the story touches on so many major issues that get talked about all over and other aspects of society with race and religion and just. Youtube radicalization and people using tech and You this group, using all kinds of different like messaging APPs. I hadn't heard of and they've got John's and all kinds. There's just like all kinds of stuff in here and it touches on so many issues that. It's like. If you spend enough time on the Internet reading about other topics, this story intersects with so many of those. Yeah it does and I think that's why it's like people have from what I've seen on social media like seems like people have actually read all three stories like people one like came back for two, and then came back for three just. social media feedback like everyone was like. Wow, this is enthralling. Every word was just fascinating. And I think that's why, because it is like so many different parts of society of twenty twenty right now are wrapped up in this story, and it's sort of you know you know it's this guy was a local hero. And now the community fears him because of the actions that he's taken recently so I think it's just kind of your. classically fall of a hero story as but with so many new things added to it so I learned a ton from reporting this and help. Everyone did too and enjoyed it. Yeah, it was great, and it showed what a great job you did. I'm to plug the story one more time before you before we say, goodbye it. It's called the it's called. Pray for Beer and then the full headline for Chapter One is pray for chapter one. The school play the Minister of defence. Defence, which of course is reggie white and the fall of a hero, and then from there you can follow the likes chapters two and three. You can find it on Kaelin's twitter feed. You can go to upside dot com slash NFL. Make sure you go check it out, 'cause Kaelin. You're a great reporter and you did an awesome job on this eve. I'll give you a plug. You've written some some other awesome stories the QB over the years. How a cow becomes a football as legendary and your story on the bears. Kicker tryouts and a handful of others so kahlon. It was really great to see your bylined back at the Qb this week, and you did an awesome job with this one. Thanks, Mitch. Thanks for having me. Of course the thanks for joining us and thanks everyone else for listening to the podcast. You can subscribe at the QB NFL podcast. We should be back with our regular show next Friday with Connor and Jenny and make sure you subscribe for five days a week. plenty of good ones. The weakside podcast Albert careers podcast all kinds of stuff on there, so make sure you subscribe and we'll catch again next week..
"kgb" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Employees facilities and image when all those things work together they're ready for business gets into us and get ready for the workday KGB did it even though they've been gone for twenty years the KGB came with a conventional right to set up a truly stupid secret server they then convinced Hillary to eliminate thirty three thousand emails and then convinced Hillary to live out the rest so it's not Hillary's fault is not bill's fault not the Democrats fault in fact is a short rotation agent who undermined Hillary's ability to do anything competent severance at this point does it make following aspen rated DC for politically correct tension this may learn some do here the state from south central the the great characters welcome to the program well because we've got a couple your TD gold plate nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three very elderly factor comes to deal on this phone bill Friday next hour we will be playing phone broke we have five sound bites in this week's collection of shows it's a last person standing contest to whoever is able to identify the fifth and final sound bite wins the contest I'll explain more about the rules in due course we'll also be playing can you be Kirk it is a five category trivia contest categories are I Love Lucy ballet sports animals famous fiction do you think you're strong in I Love Lucy ballet sports animals and famous section we will be playing can you be Kirk in the third hour in the case of the both contest photo bro and can you be cursed the winner will get a my pillow in both contestants in each case we get a copy of a lot like me so everybody's a winner everybody gets a participation trophy as I was saying last hour these Democrats are rapidly careening towards nominating a self described democratic socialist and ninety or so of the so called superdelegates were interviewed by The New York Times and the consensus was Bernie can't win not only can Bernie not be Donald Trump Bernie will bring down the entire ticket down ballot we could even lose house they worry in one party mega donor but are towards said that somebody needs to sit down the so called moderates and annoying one to stop Bernie Sanders the only person with that kind of power and prestige would be Brock Obama he able to do it you know why how will he look if he gets involved and if he succeeds in anointing the one that could stop Bernie Sanders and that person often becomes a nominee and gets creamed four if Obama gets involved and tries to force them to eliminate two of the so called three for moderate to talk about mayor Pete and and Biden and culture and they'll listen to to hell with you Mr president your policies now would I'm not even make you in the mainstream of the party west listen to you and yet people applaud when you walk into a room but really do you really have any power to really have any influence you didn't see Bernie Sanders coming and you want me Bernie Sanders step out when I've got when I've either tied or won all these contests so far I don't think so and Amy Klobuchar the female candidate she's going to step down in favor of these two men I don't think so and Joe Biden this is third time an Obama already tried to talk him out of running in in twenty sixteen I talk about running a twenty twenty it was unsuccessful and now all of a sudden listen to Obama who tried to advise not to give the reason first with he's not gonna do this I just talk what's the alternative Michael Bloomberg his numbers now have stalled or gone down as people began to understand him and get to know him they don't like it he's not exactly warm and fuzzy and to the extent that Donald Trump has a female white female suburban a problem more and more revelations about the toxic atmosphere that some women have described at the Bloomberg organization he's admitted he's told off color jokes and you got the stop and frisk issue defending it as being effective in reducing crime instead explaining why crimes continue to go down even though stop and frisk have gone down because of the changing racial demographics of the neighborhood more whites moving in if you look at the numbers more less and less likely to commit crime moving in and those more likely to commit crime moving out that's what's called for the continue to climb in the reason people moving it is because of the stop and frisk policy that made it safer hello existing one Nancy Pelosi if Bernie Sanders your nominee is his agenda mainstream the world differs somewhat from senator Sanders agenda you're not advocating for instance Medicare for all do you believe senator Sanders agenda aimed straight well as energy healthcare is the most important issue in the campaign thirty three if your health care health care and health care at three issues health care health care and health care can do the economy not even illegal immigration not even court judges not even the military spending not even the Middle East they've got nothing health care health care and health care and what is your plan Medicare for all no no Medicare for all the wanted is a glide path to Medicare for all with a price tag don't know we get rich people how do you know the tax if you know the price tag is about the rams why one of their gender and how we won the election last time was to lower the cost of healthcare by lowering the cost of prescription drugs second one is to build bigger paychecks by building the infrastructure of America in a green light and the third was government on the first two I think we can find some common ground to work with the administration costs of prescription drugs in hopes of building the infrastructure of America I hope so not so but that's what we are now it is not unusual for a party platform or the candidates for president to have an answer I have their own agendas that they would put forth and it's not unusual for the house of representatives to have its agenda as well ultimately she said well we're going to support whoever the nominee is header fingers crossed Sanderson I sure hope not Bernie Sanders Raleigh manual sounded another alarm the Democrats are not turning out the vote that tells you internet twenty eighteen when Democrats are having its massive national win gubernatorial races congressional races state houses that it do more number three yeah at the turnout model that he's looking at his not materialize when things I'm concerned about right now is it while viewership in the debates are up in twenty eighteen big turnout twenty nineteen big turnout for Democrats participation our promise is not sufficient barely surpassing twenty six stated that the flashing and you know you're in trouble when al Sharpton defends Bernie Sanders from being called a socialist and pulls in the race card you know your candidate is in trouble not only job two years he's been in some cases right the first one is fine and all but I want to say and I'm what I want to say in the next day is about this campaign but I think is important South Carolina keep in mind this is a guy al Sharpton who became famous by choosing a white man raping a black teenager twenty broadly your time grand jury found the whole thing to be fraudulent shopping districts who sued for defamation which found unanimously liable took years to pay off the judgment this is a guy who's in the thick of the crown heights riots fanning the flames of the Jews want to get it all come over to my house forty Jews diamond merchant referred to whites moving into Harlem as interlopers was involved in the Freddy's fashion Mart may matter Google it right now think of it but you people got killed this is a guy who had people on the streets of Ferguson yelling no justice no peace before one minute of grand jury testimony had been taken testimony that ultimately vindicated the officer involved five million dollars according to the times article some years ago five million dollars light in Texas and there's an FBI surveillance tape undercover tape without dropping the green to sell cocaine out side of that this is a Democrat king maker kingmaker are you kidding me no justice no peace I came out to king movement I thought Dr king was about nonviolence how many times did MLK chant no justice no peace Reverend Reverend of what incredible Donny Deutsch is taken trump derangement syndrome to a new level Donny Deutsch is a pundit on imaging bazaar which I want to you don't have to I'm Larry elder Larry elder show Hey I heard you did some work done on your house here's somebody I like thanks wait what are you doing I am verifying your recommendation on Angie's list my words not enough we just like to get hundreds of second opinions by a qualified person is easy just check Angie's list after all we have info on more pros than just about 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"kgb" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"In one's dead okay but okay but you know in the in the old rotate of resistance in the Nazi Times. The the Communists sales were organized in threes and there was one liaison that it was a liaison to another group of So it would have been very difficult to like erase Leeann Tire Organization and this is how this is how communists used to operate in clearly. It is significantly superior to the way the American intelligence works. Because you you leaders at the highest level. Oh that's true I mean I'm not praising the internals CIA has some pretty embarrassing history themselves. Sure but we're we're talking about nowadays. I mean there's lease coming not as much anymore out of the White House now. How's that that's just not acceptable? Especially when it comes to matters matters of national security and and that's one of the reasons I can't. There's a lot of things I can't tell you and what I what I have found out about my own existence ends and how the KGB operated is through people like Peop- folks from the FBI. That I know my my my new friend and newspaper interviews I myself was pretty dumb and blind. Suren I again. I don't blame you for that. I was just thinking that the expense of your training gene. And everything else to not really use you that much. That's when I would have saying when I'm like. It seems almost wasteful. Well okay so so. I don't know if they made it clear on the book. They had a really really good plan but unfortunately Fortunately with everything that happened in Communist and we all always had a good plan plan and then we failed to execute so used to plan being sent to the United States I acquire legal documents including a passport especially the passport that was experienced significant. That was the crown jewel and then I would have moved to. Let's say Switzerland Austria and then the plan was to set me up with the company and funnel a lot of money into the company. And you become Elon. Musk or somebody. I've become I've become reasonably wealthy. I moved back to the United States at that point. I don't have to tell anybody how exactly I acquired by wells. I just habit because I wasn't a successful businessman in the US. And at that point I I could have knocked to pretty much the doors of any country club and say hey you want to. And that's what that's when when I would have been able to do some damage but but because of the failure to acquire the passport that option that flexibility. It doesn't did not exist. I mean yeah I had to work my way up. You know twenty five years later I was actually positioned to do damage but you know I had resigned and Longtime before wow. It sounds like. There's a quote about war. That war is long periods of boredom punctuated by moments of sheer terror. Would that be similar to what you had no no. That's a laconic Noah. I'm sorry no no no I maybe I can. Maybe we will draw sort of a parallel. There were long periods of waiting and they were short bursts of action. But you know when you say war that now. That's too dramatic okay. Well a lot of seems like it was boring and I know you've described how it got to the point where the pike craft was tedious. Because it interrupted your day job it did and I'm not making it up. It did it because you know the computer programmer job was rather demanding and so I had to do the some of the things that had had to do with communication such as composing letters and putting secret lighting writing on them and then making sure that I'm not being followed writing a message and mailing. It took about six hours so that was now moved to Saturday so I didn't even have a social life and they did not understand this. Apparently there was no other choice. This is what they instinctively knew and there were a couple of remarks that I heard that indicated that they saw the shelf life of somebody like me would have been ten to twelve years because eventually you become the other person Okay so they assume that you would corrupt overtime yesterday. Dead but now what. They didn't know that that the corruption process was accelerated by having a baby girl in this country. Sure sure and I know that that that definitely changed every in the other person who was responsible for me talking to you she. She has to pivot points. And then it's it's the Mitrokhin fellow who brought the information about me to this country in when I was then apprehended. I can't help but wonder wonder too. Though if the timing of world history didn't factor in the fall of the Soviet Union had had to have an effect and I guess I'm asking asking do you think it would have been as easy to transition into being a full American if instead it was you know two thousand if it was actually nineteen eighty eighty. Okay so you you you making a good point My my staying here was not influenced by by the events simply because I had I had no clue what was coming I I- defied the KGB. You identified the order to return back home in nineteen eighty eight. The Berlin Lynn. Walsh fell in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine I I as well as the entire. CIA had no clue that that was coming. So that's number one number two. I had no idea that the Soviet the union was GONNA collapse to however and he has to. I think he is will question that you asked. If the Soviet Union and East Germany had still I've been stable countries They may have had more resources to find out what happened to me and possibly ably retaliate. They were they were way too busy to figure out what to do with the rest of their lives right and I was wondering wondering if you're welcome may have not been as warm if is in the middle of the Cold War versus kind of after on decide that is probably wrong because defectors have always been welcomed by either side there too valuable based on based on what they know in what they can share with a with a country that that did affecting to Now unless of course you're dealing with a killer or somebody who has committed serious crimes. I don't know how that would work. But but give you an example of a defector who I guarantee you was responsible danceable for a number of killings in and He he came to the United States as as a defector Maybe ten fifteen years ago. I won't name his name in public. He but but he is known He's known he's he's out out in public he's a he's an advisor to the Washington. DC Spy Museum but based on the position that he had indicates he be he must sign. That sentence is no way that that that didn't happen and he's he's still come here simply because he brought a wealth of information with him. Okay that's how it works on the spy world. You know you. Can you tell me what you know and I treat you really nice you know and some of the defectors will treat it a lot better than me they they. Will you know they would wind up in the witness protection program with a nice piece of chunk of money to start over. I and I just was allowed to continue my career. Perhaps because they didn't have enough tasks that they know it rationale. I understand that the the they literally didn't want to disrupt my family was so Americanized Americanized with two kids and a wife and end mortgage and a decent job and on and on to take out of the place where I lived in. Put Me Someplace in Utah With my children I think would wooded done a lot of damage to the kids. Oh yeah well you. You'd already done the job that they would be doing with the witness protection program or whatever you kind of did it to yourself herself. That's a good point without much help you know right so it's like well it ain't broken We'll just just we'll just leave it there. I WANNA reach back why did the KGB recruit you versus the Stasi recruit you. I see Initially when when I first came out in public I I guess that my first recruiter who spoke with me only twice overstock. Because because he was German I since Had developed some reason to believe that the first guy was a German collaborator greater for the KGB. Not Tell you who planted that in me. And I don't think that information make made it into the books folks Into the book. Maybe it did but anyway my my best German friend happened to be a new joined the Stasi eh and he became a major in charge of the Forgery Department and and he pretty much knew that the Stasi did not recruit on behalf of the KGB. He indicated that he may have had something to do with the with me being quoted a aw because he was he was approached earlier than me he was already a member of the Communist Party at the age of eighteen in I joined I was twenty so he was a. He was an early target in an interesting situation. He a year ago gave his first interview. Radio Interview Fascinating what he observed particularly in the last weeks months. Oh of East Germany in how everybody was flying you know running. I'm for the hills. Just I can't even imagine the transition had to be so Razi I mean think about So you sat unnoticed coming. But I know that I know the mentality because I was part of that thinking you you always knew that the communist system was better. You wouldn't let go of that belief you adjust hoping and praying for a better set of leaders because leaders and and so and then and one day the option of better leaders had disappeared. And now if you're middle age mid forties maybe even fifty. You've realized that you know the the cars you joined the life you had lived was either wrong or you're being wrong in the worst way so either way it it was like being hit over the head with a two by four so in that respect I I I was lucky because I- decontaminated very slowly. I mean the cognitive dissonance. It's kind of like getting them now. Democrats or Republicans to agree that the other.
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"And when you watch the series, HBO, whether they know it or not, maybe doing a public service there is no way to come away from why I'm not gonna. I mean, listen, there's no spoilers. We know what happened. It's based on real life events. Right. But when you watch what the KGB, the Soviet Pravda media, they entered the Spurs reel footage of the Soviet media. Paula my making this up real footage. Reading from a script from the Soviets tab. No fear. Everything's okay. It's all good. Don't worry, folks. That was just the firecracker, ladies and gentlemen, between four and ninety three thousand people died. Don't worry, folks. Comrade Gorbachev as everything all said. You ever see that movie office Christmas party, where they wanna have a Christmas party. And there's like this young kid who runs the company younger guy, and his Jennifer Aniston's is older sister. And he's the party guy, the older sister comes into town, and they want to have this Christmas party. Jennifer Aniston's like the tough boss. No Christmas party. So they're sitting around the table and the boss. Is like yeah. You know, Christmas party Christmas party. He keeps whispered. She's like I heard you say that he goes, no Christmas party Christmas. This is this is the lady on the news. It all be okay, folks. It won't be okay. Everything's fine. It was just a firecracker. It was a nuclear disaster, the hell out of town quick, it will all be looking at the KGB over this is the media. This is the media, Michael Cohen is a very bad. This is the state issue, repress release. They get from the democrat party. Michael Cohen collusive type collusion. Tight, conspiratorial, collusive activities. He must have colluded with the rush. For Trump footnote, Hillary Clinton dealt with the same guy brushing theft of our military technology. It's go. Don't know all sorts of life show. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I slipped. Meanwhile, they're looking at the DNC operator over the shoulder gone. You prob lunatics you are missing the biggest story of our time. We get it mistakes were made on the Trump team. Metaphor is not a good guy. He had to watch stuff going on Trump fired him. We're done. Okay, we're good. There is no collusion. Cohen was not a good guy. He was doing some unethical stuff. Where is your self reflection? Hey, we got a problem here media guys were missing the biggest story of time, you know, Hillary was dealing with vessel Berg to and by the way, vessel bergh's, buddy Surkov looks like he was a source for a guy Hillary pay. Did we just read that on the air? By the way, shape on other mainstream media outlets for not reporting the either folks, you understand like. Gosh. I mean this, please I am not an ego maniac. I promise you, and it's not me making statements about now making statements either. I mean it. I give hat tips to everybody and anyone Chuck Ross. Jeff Colson, Sarah Carter, John Solomon, Byron York, people have done tremendous work in this case. Yeah, I have followed their lead many cases. Two seven nine. My be I source you've done this. I just put it together. You did this. But the sad part about this whole thing is, if you're not reading. No sources Chuck, Sarah Byron, John. You're not watching Hannity at night. You're not watching this YouTube show. You don't know any of this. Do you understand that you don't know any of this? You have missed the biggest story of your time, and you still believe that Trump colluded with the Russians despite the fact that the real collusion scandal between Obama Hillary Joe Biden Ukraine, and Russia want. Right. Underneath your nose. It's it's a shame. It really is. You watched your noble, and I promise you, when you see those think of the modern democrat party, and their symbiotic almost parasitic relationship. Those are opposites, I get anthems, parasitic probably more appropriate..
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"Espionage machine. Welcome visitors to take pictures, but non flash pictures of personal use the KGB museum is the only public museum in the world that focuses entirely on the espionage operations carried out by. The KGB the machine showcases a never before seen collection of one of a kind items many of which are only now being made public the KGB espionage machine reveals the secret lives of prominent KGB agents history. Buffs and spy fanatics alike will be cited the hear about the recently opened record-breaking KGB spy museum in the Chelsea neighborhood, the largest collection of Soviet era KGB espionage, objects yet, the Zine gives a one of a kind perspective on not only Cold War, espionage. But also the modern world of spycraft. The mission of the museum is simple. The aim to inform. The public about the world of KGB and code one telegenic in the non-bias and apolitical way. The museums goal is to be as interactive as possible traditional Soviet music plays throughout the building. And when visit. His enter a museum official appears from the shadows dressed in all black a man in the trench coat. One does around the building as if in the middle of an operation. Ask him any question about the KGB, and he will gladly show. You all the museum has to offer interactive exhibits like spot, the spy games, an mugshot photo booth punctuates array of artifacts making the museum as much as a place where children as adults. Feature segment of software review by Brendan Kidwell. He will be reviewing Microsoft's step recorded. Sometime during the years leading up to the release of the windows seven operating system in two thousand nine a developer on the project headed it's work on something that wasn't in the list of work. They were supposed to be doing. This developer was repeatedly taking screen shots to document bugs and other problems that occurred in their work often many screen shots per problem. They had to take one step in the demonstration process hit print screen. Switch to the notebook in paste, it take another step in the demonstration print screen. Switch to the notebook in pace over. No her until the problem had been completed they recorded there had to be a better way to this the developer thought. So they created a tool that automates the process and thus problem set her quarter was born problems for quarter now called just steps recorder is a little application for windows that record a picture of your whole screen automatically every time you type something or click something. When you're done it saves the results who.
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"You're listening to the public radio. I'm Marco werman. You're with the world the New York museum, San you got the Guggenheim the met MoMA the Whitney the Noguchi museum in queens. And now the KGB spy museum. Yup. An entire museum devoted to the infamous secret service of the Soviet Union Alina Simone just want. They're not sure you have any reason to Alina, but were you undercover in disguise just to even get in the mood. I was in street clothes, but I have to say there was definitely a cosmic irony in seeing the KGB spy museum next to like, a crawfish joint a block from the apple store in Chelsea. So who are the people behind this KGB spy museum? The carriers are a father and daughter duo just a recorded. Share Julius an Ogoni or by Tita what you can see are authentic and real we just have they actually run an atomic KGB bunker museum in Lithuania. So this is a larger and more robust offshoot of their first museum and a lot of the artifacts. They tell me that they amassed were in deep storage and are actually available for the first time here. Did you say KGB Tomic bunker museum that one is in Lithuania? Yeah. Five years ago. They opened a museum inside of a former atomic a bunker in conus Lithuania. So what is the connection Julius? This curator has and his daughter to the KGB why such a desire to open a museum around the secret service, Julius doesn't describe himself or his family is you know, people who actually suffered at the hands of the KGB Russia Russia came into this. As a collector, he was a really. Avid collector of World War Two paraphernalia, especially gas masks. And it was while he was collecting this stuff that he stumbled upon his I spy artifact was a telephone bugging device used by Hitler's officers to spy on his own troops. And they're only one or two in existence and those pre EBay days, he realized that this was the holy grail of military collecting, this whole subterranean world of artifacts. So SO teric so camouflaged as to be almost undetectable that hardly anyone was collecting them. So what kind of exhibits are there? What what do you see as you walk through this museum? I was escorted through the museum by Julius an Agni who describes herself as a secret telephone communications and cipher machines expert now both of them were were dressed in authentic, KGB, trenches and military coat. And here we have actually a styling slam the real solid slam. There's a lot here to delight the bond fan as well as the Kremlinologists. There are these just dramatically lit set pieces a recreation of a KGB office with a safe stuffed full of Soviet era. Rubles payoff spies and cash, right? There are these tiny cameras tucked into rings signet rage when taking a picture with this remote controller when you press the handle in makes some sound. And also at the same moment, they had to be really professional. They had to make some sound with their their Frode or with the shoe to hide the sound. Of taking your picture there. Is this incredible tree branch that looked exactly like just something? He would save fallen in the street after a storm and on the other side of it you walk to the other side of the glass case, and it's just catacombs with wires and listening devices. So it was sort of a mix between these dioramas, and these exemplars of spy technology is there anything in the museum related to Vladimir Putin now president of Russia, but once upon a time KGB officer himself there is nothing in the museum related to Putin. I think they kind of go out of their way to be nonpolitical, but the KGB is so famous and yet what do we really know about the KGB aside from that line in Putin's Wikipedia bio, right? I think this kind of gives us our first tactile glimpse into the KGB. It's methods. It's technology. Not only it's. Tiny cameras, but it's manuals it's codes of conduct things like that. And this was a culture that Vladimir Putin was steeped in so why open a museum like this now Alina because it does seem like an interesting moment to do it. I mean, I think we can chalk it up to America's enduring fascination with with Russia, right? It kind of reminded me of Hollywood. You know, when you see this stuff up close, you just think of sort of the world's biggest and most amazing prop department with the world's highest stakes like nuclear level stakes was it authentic enough that it made you may be for a couple of moments. Even a little nervous to be around. These trench coated spy museum curator's. There is a section of the museum where they have these authentic prison doors, and instead of the cell block windows, there are these little screens that have reenactments of of prison life with people wearing real prison garb, but does. Give you chills. I mean, this was a regime that claimed millions of lives, and even when it's presented in this somewhat kitschy context, they're real moments here that make you reflect on that. So you were born in Ukraine. Your parents grew up in the Soviet Union any plans to take them to the KGB spy museum. Yeah. I would absolutely like to walk them through. I'm really curious as to my dad's reaction he was actually blacklisted by the KGB. They tried to recruit him as a college student, and he said, no and spent a few years doing hard labor in the army and then working as a nightwatchman in a zoo. Where we were allowed to leave. So I'm really curious like how you would react to this inside look at their workings. Alina Simone, always good to speak with you. Thanks for your time. Thanks up a real KGB disguise kit with grease paint and a toupee. We have some great photos from the museum at the world dot ORG..
"kgb" Discussed on PRI's The World
"There's a lot here to delight you know, the bond fan as well as the Kremlinologist. There are these dramatically lit set pieces. Recreation of a KGB office with a safe stuffed full of Soviet era rubles to pay off spies and cash. There are these tiny cameras tucked into rings signet range win ticking picture with this remote controller when you press the handle in make some sound. And also at the moment, they had to be really professional. They had to make some sound with their Frode or would the shoe to hide the sound of taking picture there. Is this incredible tree branch that looked exactly like just something? He would save fallen in the street. After a storm and on the other side of it you walked to the other side of this glass case, and it's just catacomb down with wires and listening devices. So it was sort of a mixed between these dioramas, and these exemplars of spy technology is there anything in the museum related to Vladimir Putin now president of Russia, but once upon a time a KGB officer himself there is nothing in the museum related to Putin. I think they kind of go out of their way to be nonpolitical, but the KGB is so famous and yet what do we really know about the KGB aside from that line in Putin's Wikipedia bio, right? I think this kind of gives us our first tactile glimpse into the KGB. It's methods. It's technology not only it's tiny cameras. But it's manuals it's codes of conduct things like that. And this was a culture that flat. Amir Putin was. Steeped in. So why open a museum like this now Alina because it does seem like an interesting moment to do it. I mean, I think we can chock it up to America's enduring fascination with with Russia, right? It kind of reminded me of poli. Would you know when you see the stuff up close, you just think of sort of the world's biggest and most amazing prop department with the world's highest stakes like nuclear level stakes was it authentic enough that it made you may be for a couple of moments. Even a little nervous to be around. These trench coated spy museum curator's. There is a section of the museum where they have these authentic prison doors, and instead of the cell block windows are these little screens that have reenactments of prison life with people wearing real prison garb, but does give you chills. I mean, this was a regime that claimed millions of lives and even when it's presented in this. You know, somewhat kitschy context. They're real moments here that make you reflect on that. So you were born in Ukraine. Your parents grew up in the Soviet Union any plans to take them to the KGB spy museum. Yeah. I would absolutely like to walk them through. I'm really curious as to my dad's reaction he was actually blacklisted by the KGB they tried to recruit him as a college student, and he said, no. And you know, spent a few years doing hard labor in the army and then working as a night watchman a zoo. Where we were allowed to leave. So I'm really curious like how you would react to this inside look at their workings. Alina Simone, always good to speak with you. Thanks. Thanks Markelle real KGB disguise kit with grease paint and a pay. We have some great photos from the museum at the world dot ORG. This here is a great band that grew up in the Soviet Union aquarium or advice yomas they'd say there, we're diving into their more recent catalogue, less grim. More bluesy still in Russian. This is in fact, their twenty fifteen track ancient Russian blues. She. The city. Gut with Scotland. Still his skin. At. Sleep. Aquarium was formed by a legend in Russia Boris Benchicao. Who remains the only original member in the band today? They started in nineteen seventy two in Saint Petersburg at the time. It was called Leningrad. There was the KGB. And if they found out there was unsanctioned rock concerts prevention and mates would have been in big trouble. So they played their infrequent, concerts and secret and underground taking a page. I guess from the KGB's, isn't that ironic? Phil. Leaving you with the ancient Russian blues today, we come to you from the Nanan Bill Harris studios at W H here in Boston. I'm Marco werman. We'll see a back here tomorrow. Necessarily chips the cry for mowing the skin. At our public radio international.
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"Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Okay. Near the end of the show. I have to make an executive decision. I keep talking about this interview. With professor Ken gore. The importance of this issue about the Russians and the Democrats the Russians and Kennedy, the rush the Chinese and and and Franken Feinstein and so forth. Here's a little taste of it. From last night. Cut seventeen go. Russia keeps coming up. There's no context for what's taking place today. What exactly happened with Ted Kennedy and Russia and the Kremlin while the day was the date of the document as may fourteenth nineteen Eighty-three? What is a document that was found in the central committee archives of the Soviet Union. And that would have been when they first started opening the archives when Boris Yeltsin became president after Gorvachev resigned late nineteen Ninety-one, and a document was found it was it says committee on state security of USSR across the top, which is KGB and the authors Victor. Who was the head of the KGB and he's writing to your Android Pov who's the head of the Soviet Union. So right here. Okay. You've got you've got a document with the two top people in the USSR Chebrov head of the KGB to the head of the Soviet Union, urea, Andropov, and the subject has says of special importance regarding Senator Kennedy's request to general secretary, Andropov. So right there if that doesn't grab your attention. I don't know what does. And it says in the first paragraph that are nine ten of this year. This would have been made nineteen Eighty-three Kennedy coffin on John Tunney who had been the California Democratic Senator. And he wasn't Senator at that point. But he had been the best friends with Kennedy old old law school classmates, and they said that he was there on behalf of Senator Kennedy making a request to to the Soviets. So he went to the Kremlin. He went to the Kremlin. But he was he was in Moscow. He was definitely Moscow on on behalf of Ted Kennedy. Now now before you say, what's in the document? This was found in the archives. Nineteen Ninety-one nineteen ninety two. It was first reported by the London Times in February second eighteen ninety two. And I soon the American media picked up on it. The news networks ran with it. The budding cable networks ran with it in my right? Absolutely. They did not they didn't they didn't. They didn't touch into a single thing with it. Nothing. Nothing. I've tried to make my FOX show which is only one hour once a week late at night on Sunday.
"kgb" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You know that answer better than anybody. I never worked for Russia. Did I never worked for Russia? I think it's a disgrace that you even ask that question because it's a whole big fat. So there you have it the president from earlier today on the south lawn of the White House before heading off to New Orleans. So that was the New York Times report. And then we had the Washington Post report which followed a day later. The New York Times report about the meetings that Trump had with Vladimir Putin and that President Trump. He hid the details about that meeting with Putin from everyone, including senior staff and the concern is that there were no other staff members there that it was not a national security adviser there. There was nobody which might be more well versed in in international politics or dealing with Vladimir Putin other than Trump that there was no one from our side there. There. But that, you know, Putin who is a trained expert KGB interrogator officer. Disinformation champion. That Putin was there. And I don't think Trump can stand toe to toe on numerous levels with Putin. So this concern that Trump was left alone. That Trump demanded that nothing get out. President Trump actively tried to keep the rest of his staff senior staff from knowing what happened with Putin. So the Washington Post this is their claim. Not saying sentenced stone. The, you know, the the White House pushback very heavily on the New York Times report calling that essentially patently absurd on its face. I agree. I accusing the president of being a double agent or the fact that the FBI could think that I it it just it boggles the mind, although there have been some Trump actions which. Well, could lend themselves or in concert with or in series with other incidents? I mean, do raise some eyebrows. I'll give you that. But I don't know how you make the leap that Trump's a double agent. I mean, that's that's incredible. So Washington Post and again, your calls, welcome. We're to go back to calls here in just a bit. And in fact, will have more time for calls in the segment that I did it in the last hour because there's just so much ground to cover. If you want to get in folks, it's eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number here on Schnitt. Eight hundred eight zero one eight nine nine nine gets you on the program. So the Washington Post they wrote President Trump has gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin, including on at least one occasion taking possession of. Of the notes of his own interpreter. And instructing the linguists not to discuss what transpired in the Putin meeting with other administration officials Washington Post goes on as a result. US officials said that there is no detailed record even in classified files of Trump's face to face interactions with the Russian leader at five locations over the past two years..
"kgb" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Okay. Near the end of the show. I have to make an executive decision. I keep talking about this interview. With professor Ken gore. The importance of this issue about the Russians and the Democrats the Russians and Kennedy, the rush the Chinese and and and Franken Feinstein and so forth. Here's a little taste of it. From last night. Cut seventeen go. Russia keeps coming up. There's no context for what's taking place today. What exactly happened would take Kennedy and Russia and the Kremlin while the day was the date of the document as may fourteenth nineteen Eighty-three? What is a document that was found in the central committee archives of the Soviet Union. And that would have been when they first started opening the archives when Boris Yeltsin became president after Gorbachev resigned late nineteen Ninety-one, and a document was fouled. It was. It says committee on state security of USSR across the top, which is KGB and the authors Victor. Who was the head of the KGB, and he's writing to your Andropov who's the head of the Soviet Union. So right here. Okay. You've got you've got a document with the two top people in the USSR Chebrov head of the KGB to the head of the Soviet Union, urea, Andropov, and the subject had says a special importance regarding Senator Kennedy's request to general secretary, Andropov. So right there if that doesn't grab your attention. I don't know what does. And it says in the first paragraph nine ten of this year. This would have been made nineteen Eighty-three Kennedy confidante. John Tunney who had been the California Democratic Senator, and he wasn't Senator at that point. But he had been friends with the old old law school classmates, and they said that he was there on behalf of Senator Kennedy making a request to to the Soviets. So he went to the Kremlin. He went to the Kremlin. But he was he was in Moscow. He was definitely in Moscow on on behalf of Ted Kennedy. Now now before I continue to say, what's in the document. This was found in the archives. Nineteen Ninety-one nineteen ninety two. It was first reported by the London Times and February second eighteen ninety two. And I assume the American media picked up on it, the news networks ran with it. The budding cable networks ran with it in my right? Absolutely. They did not they didn't they didn't. They didn't touch into a single thing with it. Nothing. Nothing. I've tried to make my FOX show which is only one hour once a week late at night on Sunday slot that we want to ten pm eastern seven PM Pacific different in some ways. Compelling in every way. It's the only long form interview interview show with one guest rarely to on all of cable today. And the guests different kinds of people all walks of life. Summer intellectuals and scholars and professors. Others are athletes. People you've seen on TV. If I think they have something interesting to contribute. To your evening or even to society. Generally, I wanna have them on the program. And I'm keeping a list of people who have turned us down. I think you'll find that interesting one day. Because they don't wanna talk to me. So. Professor, Paul kangaroo has been focused on many subjects, but this particular for very long time and given all the talk about Russia, and the fact that despite all the talk and all the print. There's never any context provided. I wanted to provide context, and so this is the show I do on FOX if you lose interest in this show over the course of the next twelve months, I'll stop doing it. I don't do TV to be on TV. I don't do radio to be on radio. I don't do digital TV to be on digital TV. I don't write books to see my name on book covers. I don't know. It's in my DNA was handed down from my father and mother, I'm about liberty individual liberty. I've never liked being bullied. I've never liked being dictated to. And I've always resisted, whether it's an individual a group of individuals or a government. The constitution is ours. The history of this country is ours. Free market capitalism is RS and nobody has a right to take it away. I don't care if they're talking about redistributing wealth, populism socialism, Marxism. What's right is? Right. And what's wrong is wrong? And that's the bottom line. When I grew up used to watch shows like firing line or even shows where I didn't even care for the host. But where people commonly directly talk to each other about what's going on. We've tried on multiple occasions, ladies and gentlemen to get leading liberals. They'll go everywhere. But on my show. Whether they're intellectuals politicians. We reached out repeatedly. We also reached out to numerous Republicans. With whom I have serious disagreements. But whom I've promised to treat with respect. But they will not come on the program because they fear that will ruin their careers. So I do have to figure out how to overcome these things and we do our best. But again, we have people from all walks. Very interesting. This coming Sunday. We're probably going to have Curt Schilling on. Curt Schilling is fascinating to me. He should be in the hall of fame. But he's not in the hall of fame. He was a great.
"kgb" Discussed on WJR 760
"Pm eastern seven PM Pacific. I hope you'll watch it lied. You can always tape it. We're gonna talk about real Russia collusion as a matter of fact, Soviet collusion, and the democrat party, not what you think we're going to dust off some of the history books with our friend. Professor, Paul Ken gore. And we're going to go into specifics about how Ted Kennedy conspired with the Soviet KGB the Soviet Kremlin to try and defeat. Ronald reagan. We're going to remind people about Alger hiss at democrat, a senior official at the State Department of became a confidante of FDR during you alter as they were discussing dividing up Europe. The problem was this was providing information to the Kremlin at the same time. Many Democrats defended here, of course, they never ever interested in what Ted Kennedy had done, and there's going to be a lot more. So you're really going to enjoy the show. Remember, it's like radio Levin TV what I'm doing on. The FOX program is trying to disseminate information. One gas two at the most for the entire hour. We'll we get into heavy substance. It is the only long form talk show on cable. It's the only one. And so I've agreed to do this for about another year. If you like it, great if you don't that's fine too. But if I find people aren't interested. I'll retire from that particular format. But I think you are. You know, we have the worst time slack because I told him give me the worst time slot. That's like radio with the worst time slot and yet we perform because of you. So I hope you'll check it out one other thing. All over the internet all over websites all over radio. Podcasters are pushing their podcast. I have no problem.
"kgb" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And Lavigne this Sunday. Ten pm eastern seven PM Pacific. Really you need to watch it. He can't watch. It you need to record. It. I'm going to have professor Paul kangaroo on from grove city. Naysayer. Okay. Great. Let me tell you something. We're really going to discuss Russia the old Soviet Union, and how Democrats and the democrat party colluded conspired with them. At Yalta without your kiss. How Ted Kennedy in nineteen eighty three? Sought the Kremlin's help the head of the KGB. Sought the Kremlin's help in defeating Ronald Reagan for reelection. We're going to get into these things because they're all we found an Email from Muller providing Poland formation to Ladimir Putin's guy. Hey in one thousand nine hundred ninety two they found a letter. And the Soviet archives. By the head of the KGB and drop the head of the USSR. Laying out Ted Kennedy's offer to the communists, and then we have John Kerry one thousand nine hundred seventy one before the Paris peace negotiations meeting with the North Vietnamese communist delegates beforehand. We've got all kinds of stuff. We've got old speaker Jim Wright. RIP? Met with Daniel Ortega that communist in Nicaragua and still now back in Nicaragua killing people and locking people up. We got.
"kgb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Ten pm eastern symposium Pacific. Really you need to watch it. He can't watch. It you need to record. It. I'm going to have professor Paul kangaroo on from grove city may say, okay, great. Let me tell you something. We're really going to discuss Russia the old Soviet Union, and how Democrats and the democrat party colluded conspired with them. At Yalta without your kiss. How Ted Kennedy in one thousand nine hundred eighty three? Sought the Kremlin's help the head of the KGB. Saute Kremlin's happened defeating Ronald Reagan for reelection. We're going to get into these things because they're all we found an Email from Mahler providing Poland formation to Vladimir Putin's guy. Hey in one thousand nine hundred ninety two they found a letter. And the Soviet archives. By the head of the KGB Toan drop, the head of the USSR laying out Ted Kennedy's offer today communists, and then we have John Kerry in one thousand nine hundred seventy one before the Paris peace negotiations meeting with the North Vietnamese communist delegates beforehand. We've got all kinds of stuff. We've got all speaker, Jim Wright. RIP? Met with Daniel Ortega that communist in Nicaragua. And he still now back in Nicaragua killing people and locking people up. We got the New York Times. Which promoted? Castro. So, ladies and gentlemen, when you hear Mike winer on the news. I think we now have some evidence of collusion. We have an Email. Where polling information Westbrook. Is this a joke? Democratic party. Has been in a pant said the Russian communists from day one from John Dewey forward. May I say with all due respect? I thought about this during the break because it is very very important to me. To respect you. That's very important to me that you spend time listening to this program. I do not like reading articles about me. I almost never do it. And then I thought okay mentioned repeatedly in here, but what John Dale done who's both a lawyer. I don't know him. And an emergency room doctor. So he's a brilliant gentleman. What he wrote here in the American thinker really should have been written up at national review and some of these other places, but they hate me. But can I tell you? So I talked directly to you. My beloved audience. And the title of his piece again try and think about this without the usual talk show hosts massive ego, trying think about this as I get to the substance. He says Mark Levin on our desperate state. And I want you to think about what I'm going to read here in context of what's going on. With the push to destroy the second amendment with the push to destroy the first amendment. What's going on with the media? What's going on in our border the demand for seventy percent? No ninety percent top rate on income tax. There's a reason for all this. And when I write my books, I address these things. I'm trying to figure out what's going on in society. Trying to give it a historical context. I'm working on a book. Now, I've been I worked on it through the whole so-called vacation twenty hours a day. And I work on it. Every night talk to three in the morning. Does anybody else do that? No. In addition to my FOX show by Levin TV show radio. So now edge on me, you know, ask Mr. producer. Let me just start this and see how far we go. So these about my book. Rediscovering Americanism in the tyranny of progressivism. And again in the title, I try and tell you this is what the books about. And it is a very. Substituted book. You can't read it overnight. You have to take your time. Which means no reporter in America's read it. None of the knuckleheads at MSNBC or CNN. They don't read it. They. And when you look at Wikipedia have no idea what I'm really saying in these things because they don't analyze it. They just get this guy said this about it. And this guy said that about it and all the leftist who go in and edit. The people who write about talk radio and write about me. They never read my books. They never really listen to this program. He says this new book, which is a little over a year older. But it's my newest book is an excellent thoroughgoing exegesis of the American phenomenon. Limited Representative government with respect for private property and individual liberty. It's also a siren call that names names and explains the theories, and the unfortunate successes of domestic and foreign enemies, the American experiment prominent in the nineteenth and twentieth. Centuries in particular, which have brought us to a critical and dangerous point two day. Unfortunately, president. Reagan was right. When he said, we are only one generation a waste generation for sure I'm quoting him away from the extinction of American freedom. And liberty of citizens are not attentive. Levine who was chief of staff in the Reagan administrations department of Justice under Ed Meese has always on the alert and ready to defend America's precious founding precepts as an author daily radio commentator, the director of a legal action foundation is and has considered here and author of great success and repute. Wow. Should meet this guy? Okay. The substance the strength of the book is Levine's ability to lay out the history, and ideological tenants and conflicts, major events and players and pull them all together. Into a story of how America came to be. Then explain why recently developing progressivism read eight theistic, secular, utopian, humanistic administrative welfare state, socialism is a threat. Lavine reminds us. So the basis for the American founding rational national natural law based approach to creating a sophisticated Republican government that avoids the dangers of Mabo, Chrissy, and you human ambition that can abuse power. Levine's focuses the foundation natural law and its elements traditional morality derived from natural law individualism capitalism property rights liberty freedom from oppression. He shows that the structures that provide for limited government are based on the natural law and respect for property rights as well as citizens freedom from tyranny of the majority or any of government. His repeatedly emphasizes America's all about the value of the individual citizen. The precious value of the human person. In the latter half of the book, and I will explain this in the context of what we've been talking about in current events. Lynn turns to the rise of state ISM slash socialism, which he caused progressivism. Now, I want to make it clear Topi, I abandon this word progressive isn't. And I call it status. I actually do it in liberty and tyranny. First and foremost, but I went back to using the WordPress progressivism, but I- cautioned that it's really not progressive in any way its status. But I have to talk the language of modern talk where it gets confusing. It gets confounding for people who are reading it. So that's why I put it back in. So status in which he calls progressivism in the major proponents of the totalitarian ideology who are the product of the thinking Plato, Rousseau Hegel and Marx the nineteenth century and then Herbert Croly Wilson. Dewey, the Roosevelt's and other socialist promoters in the twentieth century, all of whom spawned the expanse of administrative welfare-state change, the educational system at all levels and create socialized based governance. The common thing that proponents. Hold up is that individuals are not as important as the collective and the theologically is the beginning of the skid to tyranny of the state is Levin energetically and thoroughly explained. John, dewey. So education as a way to counteract and transform the individuals tendencies in people and instill in them. Instead, a cooperative and collective attitude. Tornado Levin, there is now a vast Gulf between the government. The progressives have constructed and the framers constitution. That's what this fight is about ladies and gentlemen on the border progressivism vs constitutionalism. The president has it. Exactly. Right. And he deserves all of our support. And let me just say a footnote, I don't think he's going to buckle. But I think his party may buckle already eight of them have buckled in the house of representatives. There's a handful of them. I Cory Gardner in Susan Collins and others. Her starting to buckle. And if he loses the Republican party, he obviously can't stand firm. So keep an eye on that not Trump buckling. But the GOP buckling. Over that foundation or now layers and layers of progressive administrative centralized control over minute aspects of daily life in creating these new layers the declaration of independence, the constitution. The separation of powers and federalism and been rejected in diminished. Countless individual rights and liberties had been seized reject rejected as impediments to control the expansive tyrannical administrative state extinguishes the value of the citizen. Look that what's happening on immigration. And that in turn snuffs out freedom and liberty and the right to private at heart Lavigne explains. The progressive is one who believes in the perfectibility of man by government, tinkering and control the tinkering control. Produce harm the good intentions in unites the well-intended progressive Venezuela. It's not the government. That's the problem. It's these these individuals who just won't conform. For instance, the golfer for Woodrow Wilson style, progressives was to create an activist and interventional government that Wilson called unbounded activist government Welson wanted that installed as quote rule by train centralized bureaucracy, independent from the genuine consent of the governed and constitutional constraints. Now, let's stop there. I'm going to speak the truth, however, effects various radio ratings and so forth. This is why Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer hold the illegal alien higher than the citizen because the illegal alien once they come into this country can be molded they believe into a democrat can be molded and controlled as part of a mass. This is also why the job of a federal employee is more important than anybody else at job outside of the government. Right. Because the democrat party is about government, not the private sector. It's about department. Some bureaucracies not entrepreneurship and small business. So that's why they will hold this out. That's why when one shop shutter or an industry shutters. They really don't even care. But if there is a short term relatively short term closure of a handful of departments. It's the end of the world. Because remember they are there to represent defend and promote government against the individual against private property and your liberty. The VIN clearly demonstrates that progressive set the stage over one hundred years ago and been pushing forward successfully to promote the expanded administrative state ever since. Then he praises me. I'll try and move on from that LeVine asserts we should be. But I wanna thank them represented by those we elect to speak for us not ruled without consent by an army bureaucrats long-term agendas and silly utopian. Posturing that always creates the problem of unanticipated negative negative consequences. He always asserts to his credit that our voices as individuals should be paramount. And our freedoms must be protected by our Bill of rights. He's informative, and he also provides. Okay. I provide a lot of references and footnotes in case the reader really wants to dig into a particular subject or individual on their own. And I also believe in giving credit where credit is due where people have done scholarship where they've used the intellectual firepower on something you don't steal it. Not a radio host steal it. You don't steal it. Lavigne provides overwhelming evidence that the government now is nothing like what was intended by the framers and the founders of America with the development of administrative state that is layers layers bureaucrats and central controls of details of people lives never can see by our forefathers same time. There is an extinction of the intense of the framers to create a limited government by the consent of the government. A government limited by its enumerated powers, but also limited by separation of powers of the branches and so forth. I will post this on my social sites if you'd like to read the rest of it, those of you who were where your eyes are curling up into the into your head. I apologized, but again, I'm not trying to promote me. I don't have to. I'm not hawking the book. What's taking place? Here is very very important to understand this isn't about a temporary government shutdown. It's not even about a government shutdown. This is about whether the rule of law is going to prevail. This is about whether or not we're going to be nation state with a border and sovereignty. This is about whether or not. The hardcore left is going to be able to drag this country in a direction, even though they only control one house of two houses of congress. Where we have a president who's willing to speak out and stand firm. Because I'm telling you right now. If we don't win this fight it won't be fought. Again. It won't be fought. Again. The politics will become impossible. It'll be too many people here from other countries who are legalized and become citizens. The states will fold the red states will fall. The Democrats will see that even with Donald Trump. Is the toughest thing that faced. They're able to get their way by hounding him by hounding you and me by calling us names by relentless propaganda from the phony free free.