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"kaieda" Discussed on DV Radio
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"kaieda" Discussed on Radiolab
"People. Don't freak out about this language it's relates to the incident and there's broad authority related the incident it does not relate to all terrorism every place. 'cause we're just talking about al qaeda who did this and the taliban who have harbored them right. Nope not necessarily gregory johnson again over time. What's happened is there's been this other sort of catchall category that has been read into these sixty words even though it appears nowhere in these sixty words and that catch all category is associated forces associated forces. Yeah what we've been calling these sixty first and sixty second words. Russell don't it. Is we define the enemy as kaieda taliban and associated forces. It's a whole different ballgame. Yeah so when you read those those all those words it did not include the phrase associated forces is nowhere in the text. So where does why could people site. Something that isn't in your. This is one of the enduring mysteries of this so the earliest example that we can find of those. Two words is in two thousand and four memo from deputy secretary of defense paul wolfowitz. He finds the enemy as al-qaeda taliban and associated forces. But the truth is it may have just been there from the beginning. Because according to ben witness from the brookings institution there is a concept in the laws of war. Called co belligerency. It's the idea that if you're at war with person a and person b. is on personnel is side in the war you're also legally at war with person. B makes perfect sense if think in traditional war terms because like we're at war with germany. Italy joins their side so by default were at war with italy. too right. so just transpose. That here if we're at war with this group called al-qaeda and a certain set of groups that aren't them join the war on al-qaeda side then you are legally at war with them. If you don't think about that too hard is crystal-clear but then the question that has arisen over time is how broad do you make that that circle because the problem obviously is. We're not talking about nation states anymore. We're talking about groups show okay. How close does the link to al-qaeda and the people who carried out september eleventh have to be so if you have someone who's connected to someone who's connected to someone who's connected to someone who is connected to september eleven is that enough or is it only three leagues or can you be an associated associate. Now we can't exactly know how. Broadly the obama and administrations have defined those words. We'll talk about why in a second but you just have to look at the news and you could see that we started with a war that was in afghanistan and then spread to a lot of different places pakistan. Libya somalia yemen. Yeah and in yemen. There's a lot of debate in a lot of discussion about like. Is this legal. Does this have anything to do with september eleventh anymore. Because now the group in yemen al- qaeda in the arabian peninsula which is a group that that was first formed in two thousand nine. They have their own hierarchy in their own structure in. It's not clear how in what fashion they take orders from either osama bin laden while he was still alive for now i am another one. Hurry so does this make them an associated for so does it make them part of al qaeda the answer at least on good morning everyone. It is friday. September thirtieth two thousand eleven mark down on your calendars denver. Thirty twenty seven seemed to be. Yes when the us assassinated two members of the group this was not confirmed yet but it could very well have been a us predator drone strike. That is a us. Government attack presented put all this in context between two thousand and two and two thousand fourteen. According to some estimates there have been about sixty five drone strikes in yemen killing about four hundred people so much hinges on how you define those words so much is in the definition. I asked the pentagon said who. What are the list of associated forces so al qaeda yes the. Us war that's clear. What about the other groups l. Shebab al-qaeda and iraq al Grab armed islamic group. Abu say of jimmy as amelia brotherhood of this brotherhood of that. Who are these groups who is the us at warwick and the pentagon emailed me back and they said that list is classified an offer public release so we who we are at war with. He don't know i great. So you're saying when you approach the pentagon they say that they they will not tell you. The names of the people were at war against. We'll maybe they shouldn't. It'd be that valuable well. They don't you know as a citizen of america who were fighting on the other hindu. I want to know as the as if the united states has determined that. I am dangerous to it if it announces then that would give me a certain amount of Notice which may perhaps would be disadvantageous. To the united states. it could also though act as a disincentive for you to take action baby but maybe not maybe they will just get quieter more dangerous. I mean it's true. There might be reasons for. They have not wanted to provide a public list because they this is john bellinger one. The group's move all the time. And so if you say well. These are associated groups while then certain people just moved from group to group b and they also want to leave these different groups guessing but it still raises democratic concerns. If the american people don't really know who the executive branch believes is covered by the a. f. in democracy and in a representative democracy that has to be weighed out. Should the citizens of the united states know who it is that the united states is targeting for death around the world who it is that the united states is technically at war with should war be decision that the citizens of a democracy of a representative democracy have a say. We're a representative democracy as you just said so. I'm assuming that the chairman of the house intelligence committee knows every item on that list. Sure warning everybody. That committee meet today to receive testimony on the law of armed conflict. One of the more interesting senate hearings took place in early two thousand thirteen putting the status of the two thousand and one authorization for the use of military force the a. m. f. It was the senate armed services committee. Senator karl levin of michigan chairman of the committee senator mccain is on the committee like to welcome our witnesses and greg says the senators called the couple of defense department officials to answer questions members. Committee thank the opportunity to testify about the legal framework for the us military operations to defend nation. Because they wanted to know like now that we're twelve years into this war. How are you using. This document does need to be changed so the department of defense officials and there were four of us came and said look. I believe that existing authorities are adequate for this armed conflict. Don't revisit this sentence. don't repeal it. This sentence is sufficient. It gives us all the power that we need against al qaeda and associated forces as they're laying out their case they say those two words associated forces associated forces associated forces over associated forces and over and associated force and associated forces in associated force and their associated forces associated for associated forces instead of just nodding along a lot of the senators are like what gentleman i've only been here five months but this is the most astounding and most astoundingly disturbing hearing that i've been to since i've been here. You guys have essentially rewritten the constitution here. Today that's angus king independent senator from maine and you keep using the term associated forces. You use it thirteen times in your statement that is not in the m. f. and you said at one point it suits us very well. I assume it does suit you very well. Because you're reading it to cover everything and anything. But one of the most striking moments of this hearing when the head of the committee senator carl levin.
CFR On the Record
"kaieda" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"Two thousand eleven on december six december. Seven that same year the talibans. The taliban regime collapsed and al qaeda was crushed. And i in the article eyesight one of the letters nineteen we. Muslims would defile desecrated in our state. Respect to sunder land occupied. A resources will plundered. This is what happened to. Shi is in general and to us in our qaeda in particular. It's a letter written in september. Two thousand four other letters speak in liquid from other letters. That's not they're not in the articles. A speak of colossal consequences of the nine eleven attacks. The americans response was beyond anyone's expectations. The crusader company was very severe. It was fully by confusion scattering in overwhelming chaos. Many people perished a lot of money lost and more so there's much more of this kind of language in in in the letters portrait then then is of an organization that was really hobbled in the aftermath of that is that right absolutely and we also learned from the letters that bin laden himself had to disappear out of the scene. And he didn't really regain come on al-qaeda and reconnect with his associates until two thousand four and during that time al qaeda senior leaders were either captured or killed. Initially they fled to pakistan and there they were met by a campaign of arrests. According to the letters some six hundred brothers were captured in those. The other is once they saw what happened in afghanistan. They had nowhere else to go and they headed west. They crossed illegally into iran. They did serve around february. Two thousand into They crossed illegally and they were held by some sunni brothers in iran to help them. Which id's and so on but by december that year the iranian authorities have tracked him down and they detain them. So you know this is. This is very significant when you have. The top tier is leaders except for for osama bin laden in among also now more importantly perhaps the than than all of this is that al qaeda's international terrorism came to a hope. The only other attacks kaieda was able to orchestrate off nine. Eleven was the two thousand and two mambas attack in november. And this was. This was an attack that consisted if two operations One attacked the paradise hotel killing about fifteen people. The other tried to shoot at an israeli allow. Just jetliner as it was taking off from the mombasa at preveza apple and it missed but the reason this attack was able to be carried out is because the planners for these facts had been dispatched from afghanistan in late..
CFR On the Record
"kaieda" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"Morning everyone thank you for joining us. We're lucky to have with us today. To first rate scholars nellie lahud and daniel byman from contributed fascinating article in the new issue of foreign affairs specifically to the cover package on the war on terror. You have their short bios. I won't bore you by meeting those back to you instead. Let me tell you a little bit about why. We chose to feature nellie and dan in this issue and why. We doesn't join a day. In the field of terrorism studies nellie has distinguished herself through her emerging in primary sources especially a trove of al qaeda document that us special forces seized during the twenty eleven raid on the compound in pakistan where osama bin laden hiding milly has spent years translating analyzing documents really getting into the head of bin laden is close associates than his family. We're gonna hear about what she's learned. daniel byman is by any measure of one of world's top experts on terrorism and counterterrorism. He started his career. As the analyst focused on the middle east almost three decades ago he later served on the staff of the nine eleven commission and the staff of the congressional inquiry into the nine eleven tax. Then there's a great deal about terrorists but he also knows a lot about counter-terrorist just as nellie has done inside the minds of jihadist. Dan has immersed himself in those psychology and sociology and politics that shape and fight against them. So nellie and dan thank you both for joining us. Welcome When we started planning this issue we knew that the theme would resonate owing to the anniversary of nine eleven We had no idea it would be quite so relevant events in past months. Have i think giving everybody a kind of Dejean ru Afghanistan taliban al qaeda safe havens counterinsurgency counterterrorism. These were topics that for years dominated. Our field And fill the pages of of our magazine in recent years. They'd sort of receded a bed for reasons. We'll discuss they've obviously come willing back. We'll get to afghanistan soon. But i wanna start with nine eleven itself Nellie in your article you call the nine eleven attacks a pyrrhic victory for al qaeda you call it a catastrophic success for bin laden. Can you explain what you mean. And thank you justin. I the on to be of this event. And also that my article features in the issue commemorating this solemn occasion and of course delighted to be sharing this ritual panel with you. Dr buying the details of what happened on nine. Eleven are widely known but bez repeating that on that day. A non-state actor of kaieda inflicted the deadliest foreign attack on the soil of the world superpower and nearly three p..
Makom Israel Teachers Lounge
"kaieda" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge
"Different photographs of the physical Distinction of twenty four hours. About how immediately women became covered in the body covering called the borka totally from heads to to totally black covered. Because that was what it was like. When did the taliban mujahedeen regime and The taliban the mujahedeen allowed al-qaeda to to have their infrastructure where they train they train them. They supplied them with weapons that they enabled an allowed in arabic. Speaking different muslim terror organization al-qaeda and all of our us listeners. I sail kaieda. You nine eleven or at the end of august. It's just about to be twenty years to nine eleven and here. We got into geopolitics. The united states entered in concord. More or less. It's very weird sort of way because the united states never shown cred afganistan what they did is they wanted to oust l. kinda and they never defeated the taliban. The the chairman dune the taliban have moved away and allowed the united states to take care of al qaeda and that was already in two thousand one beginning of two thousand and to join nato who's an international international. Everybody was together a lot of british forces. A lot of dane denmark's forces. Though were nato norwegians i mean you think of the different nato sources turkey by the way a muslim country did not as big a presence in afghanistan but turkey very dominant player here in the middle east from two thousand and one on the united states invaded to again destroy al-qaeda that was the premise of their invasion. So we don't call it an occupying force. It was a military force. They never came in and said in. The united states is now running afghanistan. What they did is the united states over. The last twenty years worked with different local leaders. What's a local afghani leader. Somebody who's the mayor who under the taliban went backwards because the taliban came and said you're losing by exceedingly strict harsh. Muslim law and afghanistan wasn't like that in the nineteen seventies and eighties and nineties. This is a trend throughout the middle east. Because i'm looking at yuli al and i'm thinking to myself of our listeners in from muscle for you right now. Who are finishing high school. You're in the beginning of university. You gone off to college okay. Or you're going to go there through five six years ago. If i had said to you if slavic state or the arabic term guys that was the way we would scare you. But the taliban were running a very strict muslim state four invented itself and right. Now there's actually even a power struggle between a region of the islamic state. Which is the the area next to iran. Enough garrison. Kind of what i call. Eastern iran western afghanistan about it was an area where women islamic state in two thousand and thirteen. Fourteen and fifteen was height of its outreach. Portions of afghanistan pledged allegiance to the islamic state so the taliban are part of that but they preceded about idea so are we are feeling better. Something similar to the islamic state with an exceedingly strict muslim outlook within from the time that the united states said twenty years. Look the afghans run their own life. We're gonna leave and the united states. Choose to leave quickly. I don't have a problem without choice. There's no good way to do it. We can have the discussion. Take the band aid off slowly or quickly and immediately all of our listeners. There are those who say slowly and are those who say quickly. There is no correct incorrect way to do it. There are different and in this case the united states said let's do it quickly. And they left and the forces that they had built the interest to the united states had built mainly a security military infrastructure did not withstand anything in my military hat. They didn't do anything. And i think it's because they felt that by fighting they would die. They weren't gonna they just feel did not hard. What i call the Own comes from leadership and they didn't have local leadership. I mean they had a force and the leaders about force where the americans that were on the ground and as soon as the americans left the high ranking the middle they didn't have the local leadership to say get up and fight and the mujahedeen who come with a very strong ideology. They are moved by belief. What can be stronger than moving by this belief and it is very similar to the state. But it's not like it at all and why does it connect. Israel is going to be the next thing in that sense to build up. This immediately connects. Toss my one question before we get to connect it to. Israel is when you say that it's because of the lack of leadership yes and is it also like when american marines gave their life at guadalcanal to hold back the japanese because they protecting the concept of japan japanese being able to get to the american west coast. They're laying themselves down because they believe in america the concept of a nation state. They see people in america's they're people they're willing to give their lives to protect this idea of america whereas up to twenty years americans train these afghan troops to protect this thing called afghanistan as an entity but they i don't know the the afghan troops were really. You know that was a cousin. We're so i love your question. And i'm gonna do what i always do. I'm going to be the toll. Music spoiler rephrase. Your question because. I don't accept the premise of the question. What you ask to me. But he led a bit chamois. What you asked. Ray is a way of raising that question who says that nation states in the western liberal judeo christian forum is the way okay there. There are lots of ways which challenge us judeo-christian liberals greatly especially all over the world. All over the world we look at these different by the way not just in in muslim countries were challenged by what china does. What china does we see. As and i say that not because i don't say is wrong. I am a liberal. Judeo christian liberal on but there are different ways of having a communal state. I mean i'm going to oppose anything that close women at the bottom of the level but this is a problem of all of his slum not of the alabama johnny dean because he slow on as religion can have an amazingly beautiful interpretation. If i just wanna go to off pal chevelle right now as i do in judaism because right now we're.
The Relaxed Dog
"kaieda" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"I am your host robot over and i hope that you and your dog if you have one well now are that if you on here like me you think that dogs are awesome and the best way to get more people to realize that is to share the knowledge so please don't forget shit this podcast with as many friends as you like my guest this week. We'll be jason. Johnson will be talking. A bout flash. But i in some doggy news in the us. In arizona coda the think kaieda is a what was going on her morning. Walk with the family when they were getting close to of the local animal shelters in chiyoda stockton and was behaving A little differently and being very sort of inquisitive with a rubbish bag cutters owners investigated the rubbish bag and inside found ice sealed. Food kula inside. The kula was a cat. Cat was tycoon into the shelter and is continuing to have some treatment with the. It's this will done coda. And i have a to thailand in bangkok this a clip doing the social media round showing it Now the display of unconditional love. Where dog is trying to jump up onto a stretcher where it's guardian is being loaded into an ambulance by health workers Bank suspected of being covered nineteen positive. The lady was taken to hospital and Son is now looking after the dog. And he's this week's interview. Welcome to the relax dog podcast. Or 'em he with johnson johnson. How you i'm doing good sir. Thank you so much for having me An absolute pleasure so whereabouts in the world. Today we're in tennessee at our project hero rehabilitation rehoming facility where we have one hundred seventy seven acres located in the mountains. Between chattanooga nashville. Noise love the knauss. I've been spice. Who are we going to talk about today. Lino at project here. We have one hundred and forty two dogs in her program currently in over one hundred fifty applications weighty. But we're gonna talk about a special dog who not only was my police inept partner. Who helped inspire me start this organization. Who if i had a co founder would be my co-founder who also was named the two thousand eighteen law enforcement hero dog of the year in the united states. So that is canine flash It's just going to be a special as per usual. I ask everyone to take us back in time to before you and flash connected and talk talk to us about the. The house and wise. That happened was sure. I came to the united states because i wanted to be a united states army military police officer in nineteen ninety-three serve my country from ninety three to ninety eight stationed in europe. Had few station team. That states never really had an opportunity to get into the military working dog program just because of the unit was in locations. That was still very young. I came in eighteen. So i wanted to get out of the military and i wanted to get police. Canine business I knew i'd wanna been dog handled the whole time. So when i came in the canine business or the police business in nineteen ninety nine you know the way in the united states here to get in again at businesses. Devan put bite suit bay tracks. Do korean started doing that. My first year in did that. For several years i was in the south hill..
Pod Save the World
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"The disconnect between what are often overly rosy are optimistic statements from senior pentagon leadership about say the training of afghan security forces. I the reality experienced by people on the ground or the reality in state. Department cables essence. I think there's an interesting discussion. Is the washington post. Did a big series on this. They called the afghanistan papers was clearly an effort to compare it to the pentagon papers. I think mullins point here gets added distinction. That's we're talking about in which there is. There is a difference between the pentagon papers disclosing secret bombing of laos never reported on or or whatever in. Us generals offering overly positive statements. Both are bad. Both are damaging both needed and fix. Yeah but the mullins point like sometimes those overly optimistic statements come from this military culture that views every job is achievable and their job is to salute and say yes and get it done and and be optimistic. But that can mean. I guess refusing to acknowledge the reality that there are limits to what they can achieve or the us military can achieve. I just thought it was an interesting I think it was the first of all like that's an astonishingly. Welcome statement by mike mullen. I mean i. It's so rare that you have a former four-star. Go out and say you know what that was wrong like that. Compare that the yeah. That's hugely to his credit And he always was an honorable guy but he was dead set backing up the surge. Forty thousand troops guy but even at that time he was backing up the trace and mcchrystal were originally mall and he saw his job as chairman. Backing them up so this leads to the second part where he said because i here's what i think i think he meant and i think he's exactly right. It's not that they're 'cause this is the problem outside with like jim. Shudo tweeted something though. Cnn there was like you know. I've seen the us military begin. New forced to do far too many missions that you know civilians inflicted on them and again the the awkward reality of the obama years on the afghanistan policies. We didn't you know the military came to obama into nine. Was like you have to give us. Forty thousand troops That was an obama Seeking an escalation in that way. But i understand the mindset and this leads me to like i think what mom was getting at first thing is if the military has any responsibility. They've responsibility if you're stan mcchrystal and your sent afganistan is the new commanding general to his nine. And you're like i've been given this mission to stabilize afghanistan and and defeat kaieda. Well shit. I want more resources. And who wouldn't like what what military i was on mehdi hassan's show recently. He kinda tossed me softball. Like isn't the military to blame for some this as well of course they want more resources yet. So it's hard to hold that against them. Because if i'm a general and i have an enemy i'm gonna say send more troops so i can do more to defeat that enemy and so i think that the mindset of the military is just like they they they want to believe they can achieve the mission in front of them and part of what. Mom's getting his mcchrystal. Could've come back and said you know. What actually i don't think we can defeat this enemy with a reasonable amount of resources Instead of the mindset kicking and of no i can get this done. Just give me enough to try to get it done right then. I think the second thing that happened in afghanistan ula to is that 'cause i've read afghan papers and and i i said this to you and i've gone back and forth on this i we we did relay rosy assessments of the afghan national security forces. I had no reason to not believe that those were true. You know that when when you get the dod you know guidance it suggests that there's three hundred thousand eight hundred thousand troops now. Why does the military of the they want to. They're deeply invested in in in what they're doing and i so i do remember the only way in which we might have known that wasn't true. Read deserves usually descent and often. The descent was by the way from the intelligence community right without getting into it. But like this is why. I don't think the intelligence failure arguments are true. Because the biggest skeptic of the war in afghanistan least. When i was there was always the intelligence community. Saying it's not as good as the military says it is and they have these kind of fights about how well things were going or how badly things were going. And i think that you know some of this is just human nature if you are if you're fighting and your friends are dying and and you're doing tour after tour of duty and places like afghanstan you want it to be succeeding you know and and and you want to believe the best version of what you're working on right that's of human nature right and and to me that suggests it. I don't think the problem here is with us. Military it's with tremors of giving our military or any military regime change nation building efforts right. What does that ever work. The military you ask them to go boost up you ask them to go into pakistan kill osama bin laden. They can do that because that's what military does but like you ask them to build a government in afghanistan. Why would they be able to. Great stan mcchrystal Admiral mollen brock. Obama could not solve the problem of the corruption that has created when the united states spends eighty billion dollars in a country or the problem of these safe haven in pakistan or release. The military could not be asked to solve the problem of a afghan government that was perceived as corrupt and the entire government was never able to solve the problem that everyone identified but could address of the taliban having a safe haven in pakistan. Yeah and and you know there was an interesting moment between portrays an obama on this where it was a height of the surge and portrays his explaining hide brought in these kind of anthropologists to think about canada har- and power dynamics there and tribal relations and is about as smart as a person could try to be in the challenge of governance kantar. But and i think portrays thought that obama would kind of connect with that cower them yet but obama kind of had the opposite reaction of like. Why what are we doing. You know like we can't sit in washington and diagnose the block by block politics of can hardly know like it's this is not what we're supposed to be doing this is not you know you could have the smartest generals in the world and in the idea of the united states being able to design a local government and cantu har- it would make any. We can't figure a block by block politics in miami. We can't we've got we've got. How can a country that has january six run afghanistan like we just we not like so so to me like that's where we have to get back to. This debate always has to return all the way back to like. Should we be engage in these kinds of military efforts in the first place or not pasi. The world's brought you by the new york times. The new york times is committed to seeking the truth.
The Breakdown with NLW
"kaieda" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW
"Spin machine is in full swing on the one hand is a sort of imperial. You break it. You bought it argument. That says we simply can't leave this place in that state. we now have an obligation to it. This perspective is of course extraordinarily unpopular. It was president trump. Who determined to get us out of afghanistan with pressure from an isolationist base and president biden. Who presided over these final months. Including assuring us just weeks ago that the afghan military could and would stand up to the taliban on their own either way. Staying to fix afghanistan was never in the cards on the other end of the spectrum. Or the peter ions of the world who call this more or less completely predictable and moreover necessary to free up american resources in a piece titled the return of american narcissism. He gave four responses to those criticizing biden for quote losing afghanistan and here. I'm paraphrasing one. If after twenty years in trillions of dollars the afghanistan military can't hold on for two weeks. What would we have gotten for another couple trillion and ten thousand more lives to. We went to afghanistan to prevent the return about kaieda. But in the meantime more effective popped up in dozens of countries. Are we supposed to occupy them. All three are allies in afghanistan. Weren't exactly the type of people. We wanted to be. Allied with and four. It was never worth it from geo-strategic perspective. There was nothing to be one now. Zion goes on to put the withdrawal in its larger context. Which is america's withdrawal from the world in general something that he personally glad about as it gives us a chance to actually reflect quote. It enables the united states to absorb the lessons of the forever. Wars retool its national security agencies and military and start looking at the horizon again. narcissism can be unsightly but it also enables one to focus on different things more relevant to the population and quote yet. Still we live in a social media age and those images those extraordinary images of would-be refugees chasing planes down the runway no matter what the spin no matter if a was years overdue reeks of failure. This is another poll of the commentary. I've read biology. Should've austin wrote public. Military defeat cannot be spun away elites are only as powerful as their assurances and if they're assurances are no longer believed in other times and places and external defeat of this magnitude is catalyzed revolutionary political. Change not always for the good importantly. It's rather clear that this is the narrative the us geopolitical opponents are seizing onto and pointing in the direction of hot spots that are decidedly more significant than afghanistan the global times which is a chinese state run. English language newspaper published an op. Ed connecting the dots to taiwan. And basically saying that. America's taiwan allies should be absolutely terrified. They tweeted from what happened in afghanistan. Those in taiwan should perceive that once a war breaks out in the streets the island's defense will collapse an hours and the us military won't come to help as a result. The dp will quickly surrender. So why connect the dots and talk about this massive geopolitical event on an economics and bitcoin podcast in a weird way. I feel like the story. We're watching transpire. In front of us in afghanistan is evidence of both sides of what i presented at the beginning on the one. Hand my point that it feels dangerous to reduce things to a fiat money system. There's clearly so much going on in the story of the. Us's role in afghanistan a big dose of domestic politics big dose of total strategic lack of clarity and let's not deny the agency of the groups on the ground for whom. This is not a global sideshow in national distraction but the epicenter of their lives a multigenerational struggle at the same time. There is no denying the role that an endless money machine played in this tragedy. This farce afghanistan central bank. Governor as malla mahdi recounts the story of leaving on twitter. The collapse of the government in afghanistan this past week was so swift and complete. It was disorienting and difficult to comprehend. This is how the events seemed to proceed from my perspective as central bank governor. Although much of the rural areas fell to the taliban over the past few months the first provincial capital of the fall was just one week in two days ago on friday. August six zaranj fell over the next six days. A number of other provinces fell particularly in the north. There are multiple rumors that directions to not fight. Were somehow coming from above. There is something left. Unexplained currency volatility and other indicators had worsened but that's the central bank were able to stabilize the macroeconomic environment relatively well. During the last week given the deteriorating security environment then came last thursday. I attended my normal meetings. Ghazni fell in the morning. I left work. And by the time i went home. Herat kandahar and baggies also fell helmand was also under serious attack friday. We received a call that given the deteriorating environment. we wouldn't get anymore dollar shipments. People spread rumors that i had fled on friday on saturday. Had to supply less currency that the markets on saturday which further increased panic currency spike from a stable eighty-one to almost one hundred. Then back to eighty six. I held meetings on saturday to reassure banks money. Exchanges to calm them down. I can't believe this is one day before. Kabul fell on saturday night. My family call to say the most government had already left. I was dumbfounded as security assessment accurately forecast taliban arrival. It took a bull within thirty six hours. And it's fall within fifty six hours. I got worried that i purchased tickets for monday. As a precaution on sunday. I began work reports throughout the morning. We're increasingly worrisome. I left the bank and left. Deputies in charge. Felt terrible about leaving staff but arrived at airport and saw that many were already there. Head of parliament seems content. Amati then goes on to describe the absolute chaos of trying to leave the country of being shoved on a plane of hearing shots fired before the door closed around him from our standpoint. It's hard to ignore the significance of that tweet. As a turning point in their struggle friday we received a call that given the deteriorating environment. We wouldn't get anymore dollar shipments. Interestingly there was a dust up all weekend on. Bitcoin twitter between jason lowrie. A new entrant to the space who works at space force it who has been trying to get people on board with his conception of bitcoin is digital violence and basically the rest of bitcoin twitter. Who went to pains to articulate their belief that bitcoin is the opposite of violence technology. That absolutely breaks the tradition of imposition through state power but is growing based on voluntary adoption technology which without an infinitely expandable supply does not afford the ability to wage forever wars. There's a lot more to explore there. But i had to at least noted in the context of everything happening. There's finally however the more human side of the financial dimension of this crisis on sunday. Bbc journalists saana safi tweeted those in kabul who have careers a passport and money in the bank went to withdraw some cash today only to be told the bank manager has left his post and there may be a pause in their services now to those who say. Bitcoin is in realistic solution. For these people share a tweet from alex glad steen young afghan woman working with roya mahboob and the digital citizen fund. Were self custody in bitcoin as early as twenty thirteen one user bitcoin savings to escape to europe and start a new life no need for the bigotry of low expectations that phrase. The bigotry of low expectations is a great one. I spent my early twenties in post and current conflict zones from northern uganda to rwanda to israel and palestine to syria to lebanon serbia bosnia montenegro. What got me excited about bitcoin. When it finally clicked for me wasn't the idea that it would help every one of the refugees or internally displaced persons that i met nor was it frankly that it could up end a monetary system that had in some cases helped perpetuated enable the conflicts that had so affected their lives. It was that for a few of those people. I knew who even back in two thousand four hundred and five two thousand six we're technologically literate plugged into mobile in the internet and using those tools to hunt for more opportunity for them. It would have represented a totally new a historical force the ability for them to exert agency over their money in a way that had never before been possible. One of the things that makes me most glad to be a part of the bitcoin community is that it is full of people who are willing to think more deeply and with more difficulty and consternation than many if not most other communities out there in our world i believe that that capacity for heterodox and live -ness of mind will be essential for now guys. I hope you had a great weekend. I hope this week is off to a great start until tomorrow be safe and take care of each other piece..
"kaieda" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"That's time okay. My dad low sketchy their little opportunistic. Going for the balls on the ground interesting thrown absolutely talking with like throw ables so those had been thrown at me so those were fair game. Yeah i think technically you're probably right. We didn't outline the rules on that. Okay so we're going to go to a final count and see how many balls my dad got. And he did a lot of damage at the end after the clock expires or not after clog is no but you did like ten balls on the floor there real fast maybe three or four but again thrown right balls absolute rules were laid down note assures came to throw me out. No they thanked me actually now. Of course thank you okay you i love you. Remember her name after all these decades same as my sister of the young lady that email me not. Oh my leisure from dodger stadium right okay. Let's do account. We'll be right back. We're let's count the ball's dad all right. let's go. i went to know what you think. you got. One twenty four twenty five two three four four five six seven eight nine. Sure he's only pulling out one at a time there donna eleven. Wow oh wow oh my goodness. Their team was man's a beast. It sixty seventy why money and then there's one more here on the floor which makes twenty one man those ruina ballgame you very. What is that twenty five dollars. Five hundred twenty five hundred twenty five dollars a sweetheart. I don't pay for tickets. Oh did not have to remember a phrase either that time okay with those phrases especially with do you want save this As for souvenir. Or i'm gonna make a collage out of it. Okay sure we'll we'll set these aside for you know. Congratulations thank you. I don't wanna spill your water these off the table fantastic well war time. Look at the mess on the floor. Is this going to be a weekly thing. Yeah you were. You wanna do advice mom. Oh share nora. We got some pretty good ones here today. Actually let's start from the top here. Please help me ethan donna. I've been with my boyfriend for four years now and living with him for years as well at our last place. We had two bedrooms one for his office video. Game one for us to share. He's been ninety percent of his time in their always keeping the door. Lock and i had to knock before coming in now. We're moved into a new place and have the same setup but his room doesn't have a lock he recently asked me if i could still knock and today i noticed that he put stuff in front of the door so it'd be harder for me to open. He barricaded the door. He said it was a warning to himself. He said it was a warning to himself. I'm there and he feels vulnerable. When i just come in. I'm really weirded out by not sure what to think. I keep thinking about how if we have kids someday. I don't want them to have their dad's spent so much time in his bedroom. Buying a locked door. What do you guys think sincerely. Anonymous worried and confused. I mean he's jerking off. He think that's all she says. He spends most of his time behind that door. How much jerking off. Can he do well. i know i've ever he's doing. I think when you meet someone inevitable potential for a relationship you want. Someone is close to normal as possible and talk about a red flag. I mean what more could this guy be doing to say. There's something wrong with me because that is not normal behavior by any means so they've been together for four years. You wanna take a stab together. For four years. They've been living together for years and I think it's very strange that he locks the door. It seems to me like something nefarious is going on. I mean he could be a. He's he could be. He can rattle radicalized by al-qaeda. Enough to own my god going on you radicalize. I mean if she ever asks him. Can we blame that stuff. Dan thank you. Want the child to see p. Things a little rough with the allocation will will take care of it also kaieda to. I'll just say. I'll say we'll fix it. Yeah we'll take care of it all right but they're great. Those are great guests. Is i mean. Are we still yet. Oh okay I just think that she should ask him why. It's necessary to lock the door if he's just playing games. I mean it's not like he's taping something and it's a sound Stage we'll even then you wouldn't have to lock the door. I just think that it's seems very sketchy very antisocial behavior and He's got something to hide. I joke that's that's the bottom line right. i mean i joke about masturbating. Listen if you're in your room playing video games all day you lock it when you jerk off and then you unlock it. But how well do you know this getting off to the. Do games were kind of video games. Is you watching what he said. I don't think necessarily at the same time although hey for that because some of those video game characters are pretty buxom out. You've seen But but probably not that. That means big lead right. Thank you well my advice. We need a button. We need one of those buttons to what is button down pan. Oh yeah dolly need a dumping button dump them dump a mom all right very odd. So here's the thing. Obviously you guys been together a long time so i don't know how much you've talked to him about this issue. How much have you expressed your discomfort with this. Is you have you you know. How much do you know about what goes on in that bedroom. Apparently she's in no any. What do you wanna be with a partner who so antisocial that. He's spending ninety percent of his time in his bedroom. He doesn't wanna be with spend time with you. I find that odd but the truth is he's definitely hiding something if he's in there and he's that guard with the lock. There's something he deathly doesn't want you to know about and that's the that's the truth. Yeah yeah so. I would try to talk to him. Obviously in relation for a long time i don't know if i'm ready to dump him but have a conversation and then and then down pat him. 'cause nothing good is gonna come out of that. Conversation probably just seems weird that he actually barricaded the door. That's just going above and beyond the something that you have to be really afraid to barricade the door you know. That's just so bizarre. You think he got radicalized on eye on. I mean who knows what he's doing in there. It's just really strange. He's doing something either illegal or something. He's very ashamed of that. He's inclined there all day long. My guess is probably playing good a fair amount of video games which is really the only way to sit and blow that much time in one place but there's also something sketchy going on there. Yeah i think maybe she's still in the relationship because it's comfortable for her and she's been there and even as strange as it is it. It feels natural. But i she needs to get out of her comfort zone and let someone else consisted. Only been together for awhile you know. What kind of guy is he is. He like a neurotic. Kinda do have a job. i mean what. Yeah really. we're gonna have to say dump them on this one sir. Let them down bari. Don't care about. And i don't care about anything missiles you amanda find you. Amanda wants to spend time with you. Mr abby normal mr who normal that was that was from frankenstein frankenstein. Young.
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"kaieda" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I'm gonna stern armstrong and with me today mari. I do mind high turn back. It's thursday lots of speculation gonna happen. I'm excited thank you for having me on tiffany's birthday. Yeah did have a perfect. We are here to update you on everything that happened. Yesterday on the big brother. Twenty-three live feeds including but not limited to tiffany's birthday was day twenty nine in the house and really is some final things coming together for the for the week as we head into the h. Competition the endurance Opposition tonight so a couple of interesting things to update you on By the but for the most part today is going to be. You know things just kind of like locking into place a couple of like. Oh yes i was like. What should i stay up for this. So we started the day with thailand claire now again of course we have christian as the wage. He nominated hannah and whitney he then won. The veto did not use the veto The target has been whitney this whole time. Pretty much She has not really done much campaigning. But she's going to start today as in yesterday. We're talking about and We'll get we'll get some of that but For the most part things are pretty locked in here Tiffany's been pushing a sarabeth target for next week. All week long However that is starting to unravel as derek x and claire have been like. Oh we need to do. This is it. That's kind of where we where we begin the day From from the week. That's the most important thing like going into each h h the week before the target was pretty much set. This is kind of like the first week where it's still like. It's nothing set. It's very flexible. The target that tiffany tried to paint is not setting so it you know we say we kind of say it every week that it depends on the age but this week more than anything. It'll definitely depend on who ages. Yes so we will see how that one goes. But we started the day with colin. And claire now kyle and has been doing some decent work when he is talking game. Four getting the target off of beth. He's been talking to derrick x the night before derek started saying do i need to target sarabeth. It seems as though keilan arguments to derrick stock to to some degree He's also going to be speaking with clare here in the morning and he tells clearest similar things that he told era acts. Look if you go after the kings. And you target. Sarah beth org xavier. What you're really doing is uniting the other three against you As though you know you don't want to do that. If you're gonna take that shot at the kings you might as well take it at the showman's Especially considering how dangerous christian is these opticians. You don't miss that shot in declare says it. It makes sense it does. It's just tough because christians so good at this competitions like you don't wanna miss that shot and you know he's also he'd call he could theoretically also be a shield so it's you know it's a tough situation. Yeah so this will be like one of the first of many times today that we hear multiple people say that chretien could be a shield for them or other people can shield and it just goes back to. If you're everybody shield. Are you really a shield for anybody. So i love this. Talk with teen kyla declare. I thought this was perfect for not only clair's game but for kaieda start like okay. He's waking up. He's trying to get control of the game and he's doing it in. I think a pretty subtle way. People can't accuse him of of like strong harming anything and i love this conversation. I love the fact that they're saying we should probably target the show. Because if you if you get rid of the showman's namely i think they said eliza as well to get rid of elissa she does seem like the glue for most of the kings get rid of her then christian will probably be picked up by like either tiff or he's very pick pick up of course already has a great relationship with ex. He's not going to tell about claire. Even though i think claire kind of sees that anyways as be as close by. So i like this idea for them on getting rid of if any of the kings should go. I do think elissa would be the best shot for you know for multitude of reasons And i disliked this conversation between them too. Because i really think that claire realizes that she needs to start getting in with people and she needs to start making one on one relationships as opposed to going through tests and i just thought this was the beginning of a good day of work for her. So whitney is going to start her campaign. She talks to Talks to christian. She talks to a few people like. Oh i gotta do some one on ones jams up. Doing a lot of one's needs to go into much detail on most of them because they don't matter but a couple of the matter a little bit so we'll go into those hannah in response is also going to do some one on ones and she In particular with some of her conversations she has found out that aga was told that she said is is name kings And she's going to try and clear that up with aasa whose response is basically like. I didn't even hear that. It doesn't even. I don't even know you're talking about it was like okay. You way to make a situation awkward. They're like hey. I don't even. I don't know the root of this exchange Because i do know. Hannah was trying to tell us that. Tiff told hanna that king told her. That was a hannah said author's name it was so confusing But just denying all of it in such a way. That was also dismissive as well. It was just kind of like it was. It was not a good report. Move because hannah's sitting here trying to Offering olive olive branch to her and say i didn't even believe it in house be like well i never said it. I mean you should always say..
"kaieda" Discussed on Fresh Air
"So bin laden was hiding from people on his own compound. These two guys that were working there are sometimes described as bodyguards. They were really much more than that. Right yeah i mean you know. Bin laden didn't treat them particularly well. One of the interesting things that comes out of these documents is how how angry. They were about You know basically. They were being paid one hundred dollars a month. In in currency bin laden always always been something of a miser and they were taking these an almost risks looking after the two worlds most wanted man and his family members and they were very concerned they were concerned that they would be found. They were telling bin laden. He couldn't bring additional family members into the compound. His third wife who'd been living under house arrest in iran showed up and bodyguards. Said they wouldn't go and pick her up and bring her into the compound in the end. She appeared I'd the compound against Sort of the the better judgement of the bodyguards and bin laden was at one point. She wrote a formal letter. Two bodyguards on january fifteenth. Two thousand eleven few months before he was killed. Saying you know. I understand that. Our disagreements become so profound that even though you live on the same compound. I'm writing you this letter to kind of acknowledge what we've agreed which is You know let me find new protectors and of course bin laden would also have to leave the this. This compound that he so catholic planned with it's eighteen foot walls places to go somewhere else because the the compound itself was registered in a in one of the bodyguards name so his relations with with the two people who are really keeping al qaeda On him afloat Really beginning to fray in the last several months of his life. You would think someone who you relied so so many ways on to keep you safe. You might pay a little better and treat a little better. I mean the compound was registered in their names right ed. They burned their own trash there right. They grew a lot of their own food. Anybody ever leave. What did the kids go to school. The kids were home schooled. Do you know one of the kind of interesting things about the book is the extent to which bin laden's two older wives pillay such an important role in his life because two of them have phd's Which i think might be surprising to some to some listeners who may sort of assume that bin laden was not going to marry kind of highly educated women One had a phd in child psychology and other one to gain koranic grammar and so they were the two older wives. Were homeschooling kids. And they've been doing this for years even before but before nine. Eleven bin laden like afghantistan bin laden was sending his kids to school before nine eleven And these wives were also playing an important part in kind of helping bin laden. Think through complicated. Strategic problems related to kind of the future direction of kaieda. There was no internet access. There is that right. I mean could watch television. Listen to the radio. They could watch Aljazeera on satellite. Tv and bin laden washed a lot of out zero. Because of course he was kind of a news junkie..
Pop Culture Gamers
"kaieda" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers
"Yeah but it's a really good soundtrack is made it quite how to put it quite an i. Yeah a lot of. It's quite hubbard. But it also builds pay x. Quite a bit. This one graphic. You've not seen a movie heavier. it's one is what happened on my radar for goodness how you really need to see this movie because a scientifically accurate to what we saw of. No i mean obviously the takes scientific liberties you know towards the end to various different bits as well. But obviously i'd say ref- relativity features very heavily on this because basically a wormhole opens up to it or the galaxy whether is a black hole card guy. Ca- don shula and a very saw hidden and depleted nasa a stratified plummets thereby guy could call. It is because the diet. that's nari bathroom. Kandahar is water for group of people who go into this a different Different galaxy to look for planets suitable for here but life and they land on. This plotted is covered with water. The saudi like about a foot deep saw affect who i listed here. It is a bait and it's just like the the you know going on in this music. i'd has seen bits music to it. But because of the proximity of the plot to the black hole taibbi is distorted. So you know the the fairy if you're in a gravity well The all the gravity well distorts space. Tie bed the the slow time will go so we know this to be true because if you have an atomic clock that synchronized with water and he said what it is space of what on the ground. The wanted space will actually run slower. Which would which is why You know nasa whoever does the. Gps satellites after cape reset. The clocks chaired the the orientational. The clocks right to worth because with the wise. Gps wouldn't work so we know it's true. You know i just. I predict today. Eight spayed demonstrated you know in real life to happens. So i said to every one point eight. Three seconds is boo boo is the soundtrack but what that's actually signified is every time. There's a boo so that is what day. Pass it on earth. our isn't it. Yeah but it's it's all of that stuff that goes on in a lot agreeing to it. There's a lot of actual sort of church all good kaieda music as well. But it's a great soundtrack. I think it's probably what about favorite was easter interesting. Whitworth going are going to be discovering that. I recall all of my a collection on disks. I'll be looking lincoln to matrix on the and is about ninety two to sale and this one guy going to seven copies and from the states and yet is a copy scarring so two hundred sixty nine quid. tracing it. i know it is like Keep good feedback because they do pretty much more pressing big many say just the standard one for the matrix on them yet. He's twenty two forty seven. That's the red and blue with you. You're gonna have no that that's just a normal record. She's written blue. Yeah yeah sure. I've got the boy yet. It yeah think you mentioned on the show completely forgotten completely forgot the. I've got that one. A so good retard as well as i might not enough because i was looking at the the picture disk with the audit which you site. Yes coming out on twitter. I was talking to each copy of that great. Yeah well yeah. Because i know that sometimes sal quality is not quite as good on nurse wants to put jeopardy speaking. I tend to be heavier book. I just like picture discs. Thank you refrain in this as well..
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U.S. Leaves Its Last Afghan Base, Effectively Ending Operations
"Us military has left barham airfield in afghanistan as part of the troop withdrawal abc news. Chief global affairs correspondent. Martha raddatz visited afghanistan and spoke with the general overseeing the pullout we are flying over bog rem airfield once home to thirty thousand. Us troops now nearly abandoned the jets gone. Nearly everything gone. This is what packing up. Twenty years of war in afghanistan looks like the. us had a mission when they invaded afghanistan. Right after nine. Eleven to denial kaieda a base of operations and deter attacks on the us homeland from taliban safe haven but two decades later the taliban remains and the biden administration is drawing this mission to a close four star. General austin scott miller is overseeing the withdrawal. He has spent nearly nine of the last. Twenty years on deployments and is now the longest serving general in afghanistan at three years. Paramount is is safety and security of the troops. You've gotten a ton out already. How do you assure that they're safe. Clear objective is not only safe but an orderly withdrawal. If there are attacks we certainly have the ability to respond to those. But as american troops depart fear that large swamps of afghanistan are falling back into the hands of the taliban despaired of attacks dramatically increasing. I've been in kabul here several days. Talk to a lot of afghans. They're very concerned that the taliban will move into coppell. How likely is that. I understand that concern. It goes back to Trying to understand the security situation Across the country if you go back to what the taliban's objectives are they want to take over and so some point. There's a you know that implies at some point they are in kabul
The Big Ones
"kaieda" Discussed on The Big Ones
"We're going more inland to to more of the farm area of a kaieda because the other wonderful thing about kaido in the summer is known for its lavender fields. It's flower fields. it's agriculture because in tokyo. They have this amazing fruit. They're like these perfect these perfect grapes. They're huge plum. You can even get a square watermelon. But they're like hundreds of dollars. They're very expensive. These square watermelons. They put them in the like they. They put them in like square boxes right. Yeah they're really cool. The presented beautifully. But in where a lot of the stuff is groans. You can go and actually like pick the melons and you know. Eat these for a lot cheaper. So this is this area called For for rondo. Which is sort of all amanda. Okay okay you might be doing some stuff there too but basically the next morning isaiah is irradiated with me and go. You know what okay. You're you think you're so cool. Why don't you play on today's activities. Do okay fund should turning the tables. I love it okay. So we're going on a soft serve tour a farrand. Oh my god. This looks amazing. Okay and our first stop is farm to meet which has always lavender fields rainbow flower fields blooming for miles and they have an iconic lavender. Soft certain this looks so good. okay. I love soft serve. I love it. So i m japan is known for its all around japan by. I think in hokkaido because they're so dairy focus. It's like really good so then right next to farm to mita which you should check out their website. It's really cool. There's something called the tomato melon house and this is now this. There's a picture man is a picture of a cantaloupe melon. Cut in half and there seems to be a giant mound of soft. Serve on it. It looks looks good. And you know. These melons are just so ripe. And they have a medley of just mellon treats. Yeah i love this and there's like a little. It's a little farm stand. There's a little gift shop like. They have probably a little melon mascot. I'm not sure about that. But i assume we're not done because then we're going to drive about forty five minutes away to a sunflower field where we're going to try sunflower soft serve. Whoa my brain. Just six load. Wow.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"kaieda" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"In this genocide where when how it is even more than the hawks over the wmd in iraq possibly the biggest in history a genocide with no dead people a genocide which is in fact a struggle by the chinese government to defeat isis and our kaieda otherwise known in china as the east dork minutes. Dan islam liberation organization a fight the ought to have the support of all right thinking people. How so then in which my wife has. An interest have already dealt with this matter in short. Look it up if you haven't it yet. But i cannot allow this moment of juxtaposition of india with china. The two most populous countries in the world one of them rip roaring success on virtually every metric and one of them in such agony. The i say right now. The whole world should be moving heaven and earth to india to get this raging pandemic under control. Oxygen ventilators.
"kaieda" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"I'm gonna do a dirty means. I'm gonna kill them. I'm gonna kill the heck out of so many of them in the movie. Kaieda him simmered that you got a guy. China solve the mystery of his dead parents. Not dead parents did Wife and kid subs the whole mystery. Revolves around this drug. That makes you see gargoyles. Makes you see gardens a drug that. If you take it there is as they called the valkyries. The the these cg demons that you'll see will make you kill yourself for roared like a lion. Things something. I was never know the thing is. I enjoyed that movie for the wrong reasons but so frigging stupid. The dialogue is so bad like mark. Mark wahlberg as max payment he is. He's terribleness badly. The girl who voices meghan family guy issues like the psychic character. The only gosh ludicrous. The acting was so bad yet. Ludicrous to sing. Max payne over and over again. Max payne the role of max payne and the rain and max payne max payne. This mets pain that the cell the cell dumb. The movie is they have seen. I'm gonna. I'm gonna stop after this because otherwise i'm going to talk about the how bad and how awesomely bad movie forever but there was a scene and i love the scene. The scene were define out about this drug about the out. Grease they go to this tattoo. Artists who does looks at them with the serious face. It just has a lying expedition about the theories of death and of religion lake. He opens up a book. And he's like you see here the only way you'll actually go to heaven is if you dine. Violence remember that. You can't go to heaven unless you die all.