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"matthew alexander" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Up the stakes. Choose BETWEEN A Bola and bubonic plague. Which wants this is a great guy that game way you choose. Who would we fought between Batman and Superman? Right so you're saying Thing grab one hundred papal and effect one hundred people with standard flee and one hundred. Papal WITH CORONA virus of allied groups tainted health That your chances of dying Greider with the standard fluid. Yeah I your chances of getting sick and showing what? You'll nece scintillating series a much higher with influenza that if we now sixties seventies. You wouldn't stop to worry if you're a base rock don't WanNa be old you don't WanNa be base and you don't WanNa have pre existing comb abilities but apart from that pretty. They're on and in. The chat. Says was a dime. Think keeping up with the latest research of red a lot like the antibody tests that they're doing suggests that for every confirmed case is somewhere between fifty and eighty five non confirmed cases. Yeah so the pain so an ice seem to matic that they haven't even presented themselves the hospital and aspartame but I've just had it got over right. Even an ally grew significantly higher. Now there's been two people in Australia and in their fifties and two people one person in Australia. Die In the forties. What's going on in the thirties now? In their twenties and a significant amount of people are actually. If you look at the infection cohorts lot of twenty year olds. They wreck is the cohort where they have the most infections knowing that. You're in Australia in New York would you? Would you still say the same thing? Yeah back my immune system run. I've covered non aimed before influenza like that. Maude drama would be that. I'd have to put myself into quarantine for two weeks which are absolutely height. Wouldn't wouldn't be. I wouldn't be concerned about dawn at all rose That's an interesting to look at the statistics. Somebody else can look at it and say some people climbing the statistics are all rubbish. Anyway because there are so many symptomatic carriers of the virus. Anyway I can't possibly really get an accurate number just getting back to the VEX vaccines and footballs and now for for C. ability of And when we're talking about previously twelve mandated that they sort of anti vaccine. Andy Vexes who very vocal and the question is being. Well how many people could I really In the risk of stopping that free speech allied by the team. Well what free speech and I think. The benefit of free speech outweighs the potential harm that may arise from that that information. What if you in Samoa and the dive haven't I ran? The jury to their attitudes have changed in Samoa. Nearly ninety percent of eligible people have been vaccinated against measles as it lifted a two day curfew imposed amid an outbreak that killed sixty five people. Love them children. I think this was last. Today's nineteen side basically. They had a real problem with anti vaccine. Prominent and convincing huge numbers of Somalians not to be vaccinated and sixty five people died of maizels said twelve main. Maybe you would allow exa. Measles sort of person to operate in Australia but not in a small colony country is I would. I would not gag them anyway. Don't even Simone. I would really really up a counterargument. Y- off for the next two hundred years. They culture will get you get people down the slid putting up counterargument. Samoa and I had no These people are convinced. They've learned the hard way and it's possibly a lesson that they had to learn the hard way to be honest so they might a government order and I had to shut this guy by charging him with incitement against a government order. Like pull if you've got a community in that situation can't be convinced because the snake oil salesman is going you would honestly let him run rampant. You wouldn't stop you in a in that situation serious again. Yeah seriously I think. Three hundred full of free speech is was defending and. I run the risk of Beth. Huddling your community but we had the initial discovery. It'd be at the once you make an exception for one thing. Yeah you'RE GONNA make exceptions for so many other things and then what happens to free speech? It's gone okay. Earlier on we had the lead up of the principles of Tom and the principles of Negligent it's a trap and the principle of benefit night but we agreed at that point that if harm was foreseeable and that was the tricky part was half. Acea believes it. But this sort of situation of Samoa. Sixty five kids dying of measles and that that you could Si- we've got a real problem and we have to stop it because there's no guesswork here. We have a crisis in front of us. We have to stop the scar breaking. I would say that all three of US sitting here in this prosperous Liberal Democracy. We call the strategy. Ah Very very largely due to the principle of free speech. That's a lot of benefit. Now do you sort of say no. We'll do without all the benefit that comes with the free exchange of ideas which is what free speeches and we'll just live in our backward in a retired socially retarded way because you might lose condo. These free speech is they might. They might talk about things that are harmful listed any number of instances that you happy with the CA tilman of free speech because yes and now you've just gone onto a hardline. Free speech is everything and I didn't care about the harm. Bit Odd fifty. We were listening of number of occasions where we said. Yep that's a good idea so I don't get it and unprepared to cut you what you might say some slack. Say you know in a help me in Australia. We've got enough information and the risks. Cy that might be. We'll let the vexes do their thing never going. He couldn't look at this amount example inside. We have to stop me because there's no doubt that significant number of people are going to suffer significant time. People have always suffered from bad information. We know that's true and we have always could tile them not always in many times. We have Qatada but society as a whole and humanities hall has benefited immeasurably from free speech from the free exchange of ideas. So if say well we'll only KC free speech when we know there's GonNa be some. How where do you stop? Because it's subject so subjective. There's nothing should talk to the about the measles outbreak in Samoa. There's nothing S- addictive a bad sign. That's really shitty advisor. Timing people. Stop should advice I agree. It's objectively. Always think that the benefit from Samoa without incident is that the culture and some our will change now to a culture where the average citizen doesn't tycoon. Voss off anyone who's not qualified to give it. That's that's a good position for them to be in now like not just medical invoice but all sorts of advice start with will it because a lot of these people would have been subjected to the vaccine. Paps must against they will. It seems like saying I mean it was a government had decided we've got to crack down and get people vaccinated air and yes more rating on. Those articles was different in that people weren't forced. They went being held down and jabbed with an actually putting a hand up and saying. Oh I don't WanNA end up like my cousin Jimmy. I hear it is. I've got the line so not has declared a state of emergency and made vaccinations compulsory. That's what they had to do. A mandatory immunization campaign yeah tripled Samoa's coverage with a still people objecting to being injected the fact they had to make it compulsory suggests that yes they had to do. But look you know. We've seen mass immunization programs in many countries around the world in the last fifty years or so most people when you explain to them the benefits they they do it voluntarily. You don't have to force them but this group your head to old they may be a special group but maybe they just haven't been set hold so if you're in charge of Samoa you wouldn't. I was the king. You would've Let the vaccine continue to propagate is the question is how do you stop someone from propagating? Disinformation you will you pass a law and use it as I'd in this guy's He was charged with incitement against government. Order was here Edwin Tomorrow Local Mississippi Edwin Tamasese was the church later or something or possibly now strong suspicion. Us 'cause ninety like you could possibly Stopping working that sort of advising to we sermons and broadcasting it on a radio program. Lorena news pipe that he might be the editor of but you wouldn't be able to stop him from having one on one conversations with paypal which you couldn't you couldn't legislate against that. If he was cool he could. The difficulty is catch. Him is in Us quote you could just get somebody to follow him around everywhere and every time he starts talking about. Vaccinations Bad. Have somebody WHO's properly informed. They're saying hang on a minute because the drowsy new counter to is if if if the if big brother comes in and starts enforcing speech on these people then it just goes underground and that adds to the conspiracy doesn't it. It's lock. Look you know the government's making do it lock We we don't have a choice and it adds to the case must be suspicious of all kinds of things might or might more suspicious of the vaccines if the government is too heavy handed with it. So it's a real. It's a real balancing act. I think Identity balancing to be done graphic tendencies are coming out over the Patriots. Thank you sean. Genucel cry John Land in Hod. Bottom Landon hasn't hit from you. I just WANNA know how you're handling this pandemic land and you can get some recording gear adding wherever you are shortly of Tom. Their hands to also why not Jahmai. Alison Steve is tiny. Will Jimmy Spud Kinda Brahman Band match? I wouldn't be Palo medic. Main Dominic Democracy Liam McMahon diverse Allen. Daniel couldn't Harry Watson Peter Gillespie Kept and doomsday us. Some good messages during the week. Good luck in a bunker. Dead kept to. Actually his message was we. Were talking about shutting off your phone for took the APP in whether you should have the APP and I said well already exposed in any number of lies with my find the world and so if I was really concerned about privacy I'll have to get rid of all those and we said it would be quite difficult. Do you know I came across comment on spoil it. Yeah did you read that on that? Jodi Willett Yeah. You're yes cannot read a bit of element because it was a very good point. Yeah very good and I was I was just like wow get if you listening Jr He let me just find it. I talk about something else while a fund that win I can. I'll keep the patrons volume while you're doing. That kept them. Do we watch Andy Dowling Murray. Wipe Melinda at impressed. Professor dentist will my brother. Glen Bell is currently in hospital suffering a minor stroke. Glenn is on Road to recovery cry. Matthew Alexander Alan Pool wipe at.
"matthew alexander" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Many people died needlessly because of that one week delight. Yeah but I've got some sympathy for the way. They've got the experts from largely Western countries. Who SPLIT DOWN THE MIDDLE? Ni- consensus draws again. The next I still consensus awake lighter enough. Information comes their that they get a majority. I can we declaring it. But it'd be interesting to know what countries voted on that decision. Tom I'd like to know what the Australian representative was signing at that The Chili if there's not a consensus itself to tendrils says the Lleida site. Well he's what we're going to do and that's all just put that down to Polish well hobby expert decision but when you get half the experts saying that there is nine eight to coal pandemic and a half assigned readers. It'd be signed. We'll come on guys the expert. Surely you should be able to give me some majority decision. If there's one thing that is told me. Is that experts expert. Opinion is very dubious Well it's highly varied as well in some cases. Do you think the fact that he is not himself. A medical doctor makes any difference in this situation. If he had been a doctor do you think he could have perhaps argued more persuasively one way or another with the The committee and Sean a bit more leadership. Pops its thinking. It was his lack of technical expertise. I think lack of leadership. Sometimes you just have career your tough. Guy Yeah. Well he's got. The decision was to do nothing. If this the and that's often the worst decision but sometimes the best. He chose to take the job so he has to be willing to accept that sort of responsibility to take leadership when needed. He appears to have been lacking in that department It's interesting story right so anyway and to me. This seems like a heating up of a Cold War mixed metaphor. But there's a lot of anti-china sentiment much so that the Waga City Council declared that its sister city arrangement with a small. Chinese city is found battled with con. Ming Ming is not a small city. It's a fairly substantial johnny but in the scheme of Chinese cities is a big one. And it's it's pretty I don't know how many people but it's a big city in terms of southwest and China where it's located but let's see it's a lot bigger MORTGA. Yes but what do you think about that? Do you think that was really just A sad sad and despicable at the sign talk wide despicable because the people of heavy pronounced coming coming coming coming in my nj could mean like the reason for it was that the city was not in a true friendship because it was an extension of the Titanic. -Tarian regime that large of the world about the severity of the nineteen outright. So he's the longest. The Waga Counselor is blaming. The people of could mean for the Khyber teeny outbreak ridiculous. I mean you don't if you want peace an army in the world you get it by talking and and and you don't get by cutting people off tries to see showing your choice. I think it was probably counterproductive as well wrong because the the ordinary people of China will take that as a personal slot on on them rather than on the leadership in Beijing. And in the chat. Rain says that Take a mock biologist. Is that right? So they got. He's got some songs we hasn't PhD in community health. Well half days now. It's not. He's not a doctor but he has a qualification in community health or on. I can't any likes to be referred to as Dr Apparent. Let Ron gang sounds better remember. We took me a cruise ships previously. And how basically Australia City? The cruise ships on your. Why not give us a bit you over people on you and I felt that we were shirking. Our responsibility because my daughter was trapped cruise ship on the other side of the world. I would hype a Western country would do the right thing. Get PEOPLE OFF in enabling to get back. Time was a bit shocked to the way the government was talking to the cruise ships. Because normally it'd be welcoming and will the visitors and the money they bring with them and it's similar to the way they morrison government has basically said to young backpackers and foreign students looking We got a bit of an issue. You better go. I mean because we can't afford to pay you the money we're paying everybody else. But meanwhile we're describing billions of dollars probably a way out. Selling Education to students is about the fourth major. Ed Money on it. I tried Money on it's really really big. And the Morrison government has effectively said to them. All we got a bit of an issue. He piss off. Tom And we'll let you come back when we're ready. You know I mean really. He is wasting a golden opportunity to demonstrate to the world that we are a welcoming hospitable And supportive country. Well it does comeback to either buy or help relied on so apparently in the seventy s Australia took on a lot of immigrants from Uruguay. When are having problems and so when the the ship? The Greg Mortimer operated by the australian-based Aurora expeditions was trapped in off the coast of South America. Trying to get back other countries doing Australia's and said fuck off like we're not helping you at all so Chile and others said you're not staying here and apparently Uruguay put the hand off and said we'll take you and bicycling let them doc organize special buses to take him straight from the dock onto planes have been organized by these trying government and and consequently we got a lot of. Australians pretenders country thanks to the goodwill of the people of Uruguay. Cy in part of that was a sentiment from what Australia had done. Back in the seventy s Feeling of of repaint. It signed These people these people that are on the cruise ship There they fit and healthy though the if they will seek people on there. I'm sure we would get to their assistance on the cruise ships. That are the the staff a lot of mistaken that have to be say way. Just not letting them off a crew of thousand people on the ships and we signed to bed getting off you did. He denies would times. Oh it extends support medical support if there wasn't sufficient medical support on the sheep Dance say the sense of bringing healthy people to show and putting them you know taking them off a floating hotel and putting them on a stationary hotel. I mean I can awesome Justice will on a cruise ship is what they can. I think most on Land Bai's toto but you stuck on a ship I've only on the side. A little and Western countries weren't letting the ship dock because we've been cases of corona virus. And you just stuck there and couldn't get off even though you are willing to pay whatever to get off and get home and you're just GonNa have to stay on that fight for potentially a year until it eventually find his way back to Australia. If ever you'd be signing hanging these people that work on these cruise ships. I pretty much live on them. Bowl Year contracts. For six months on six months being trapped on a cruise ship is is not some kind of get our trust. They can't I can't get off those people on. What is it the Ruby Princess or whatever it is cannot cannot say on ready to get off. Let me off on fly home. It's now docked in port can learn New South Wales and They are taking people off who were sick and needing medical assistance. Because they took off today. I said okay or I I'm GonNa think the patrons before I so dear listener. If you're if you needed this podcast we have patrons go onto a website on just fill the glove. Dot Com. Are you and they Contributed some little. All we ask is a dollar so well start at the top and I was Sean on shown. He's still with us to this day eyesight. Thanks Sean now Craig John Townsend Lane and hard Bonham Wino- Jahmai Allison Steve. She knows tiny wall. Jimmy Spud kind. Words Trump Brundtland been met. Robert would be brought Harris Palais medically dominic democracy. Liam McMahon dive roiling. Daniel couldn't Harry Watson. Peter Gillespie kept in doomsday wheat. Watcher using the chat room going Andy Dowling Murray wiper who's also in the Chat Room Melinda at impressed professor doctor. Dentist Will Glenn Bill. Cry Matthew Alexander Allen. Pull Weipa. Tom Doing Tara. Camille Kim Brown Donnie. Darko Clinton Riggs Kevin Est Dire Straits. Five tiny eels yet. Another pink a fan boy the way to speaking of Pinkas Warren. I picked up that God damn pink a book. The biddle angels of there being I think was the one I've got here and reading going. Is this book all about just. The decrease of violence in the world is is pretty much veterans bills of NHL is a bad bad the reduced amount of violence in the world. Yeah I was like really. She'll eat. Those book is more than just that anti going to talk about other things so I really WanNa read a thousand next book. Nice next book. I got the wrong prefers next because I'll I'll agree with him that violence in the world. But when you when you controlling what somebody much they ate. You'd have to be live with them because if you've got them by the balls anyway so people are benefit as well. China just volley ear well but if the books as rating through the chapters the headings and skimming through it always like it seems to me. The entire book is a bad that there's less violence in the world and thought will that doesn't particularly interest me. I'm not gonNA come in twenty s to this book on that topic. Sal Get one of these other ones in and then the Knicks won the night. 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We've barely started full really good because I thought you know the people get On good thanks We were talking about the effects of the Koran of ours. The lockdown and things and have you seen. Did you see in yesterday's news? I think was the Queensland Police Force used a helicopter to design and on three young guys having quite drink on the rooftop of a building and I will violating the proximity rules and everything else and apparently they'd been using some illegal drugs as well but I mean basically they would busted for NFL for trespassing on the roof of this building where they shouldn't have been and violating the proximity roles and the cops. Use The damn helicopter catch three young. They're a police dog involved in that as well there was a building. That's right. Can you imagine the cost of running a helicopter to catch three guys having a quiet drink? And maybe you know a joint or something on a rooftop in the Gulf coast and how many police were involved in that and of course they issued fines to each of these guys that in other the fallen for being too close to allow me. It's getting ridiculous but what I was getting to was there was a group of Orthodox Jewish people in nine think. Melvin busted for having a prayer meeting some con by the police. But it doesn't say this is from the shots at US applaud trevor. It says police warned. Mitten meeting at the same venue on Wednesday and issued several warnings to the organizer of the group to not hold gatherings. Police attended the location again on Thursday after being made aware of people heading to the address for meeting nowhere in the report. Does it say any fawns? Where issues and yet you know as we know people alive or strategy or getting fond for the most ridiculous raisins is that a case of the police trading warily because this was a minority religious group in. Victoria maybe they just It's certainly a sensible DNA. I had a chat with a call as all standing in line to get a coffee Through the week and I asked him about happy Z. Walls and said he's very busy And the the increase of that same is from domestic violence. That was predicted. So you so. He's basically indicating that that has panned out in fact yet in his opinion. This is just one minion. Domestic violence is also. He said he was busy. with coal outs from people dubbing on Ron But on the other hand it'd be a lot less traffic accidents. There'd be a lot of breaking enters because people I'm I guess maybe a workplace they're still carrying the other parts of the police force be quiet quiet because I'm saying one of well it's going to be interesting to see because pull you would be concerned the infringement of their civil liberties that we're very concerned that we have accepted tonight and I think Australians have gone. Well this looks pretty serious. We don't want to have a disaster will agree to some fairly draconian measures for the moment. But Yeah I think pay up to the APP whereas my question. Do you want to explain? What do you know about the APP So something orlands just recently is that it's only going to register contact with somebody within one point five. Mehta's for more than fifteen minutes. Yeah so doesn't track. You'll like high shouldn't is such it. Just identifies tonight. Yes whether you're in the vicinity of another fine not anytime to ping another divorce when it's within one point five meters and it's GonNa keep a record of that.
"matthew alexander" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Anything. Particular style wonder why moby instrument eightieth on pointing out in Creil honest of the other religions in general in these cycle chilies Prime Minister. Who are talking to the sky area. Asking for help when it's the bleeding obvious that there is no sky. Ferrari Is Disease. Does happen without the intervention of a scarf. Here in a while people in the mainstream media talking about this is he's a big story at a great opportunity to advance secularism in this country and everywhere else yeah meredith doing very well in pace She said the prime minister expressed concerned concern for those affected by these unprecedented times and calls upon his God to show mercy and compassion so what might be the role applied by this God in the worldwide covered. Nineteen pandemic their full possibilities. He is not aware of it. He is aware but palace to intervene. He is happy to allow to continue. He does not exist if the first is true then God is not allowing if the second is true. Then God is not all-powerful. If the thirties true then God is cruel a as the prime minister. Mahmud sightless hyphen and pray. That the full of history but he doesn't think yeah we'll see they're saying well there's a bunch of other stuff. We could talk about that but you know what is it a little bit odd. I am a little bit. I Don Nineteen and it's just been consuming so I'm really looking forward to next week Gosh it'll just be Hugh and Matthew and myself and now be dividing does the Abrahama. God exist Obviously you'll be selling now in matthew resigned years but I get opening remarks and rebuttals will arrest and I'll get a chance to ask some questions in D. listening to you will get a chance to ask some questions in the chat room but As we go along and but if you like to lie semi you'll questions early because if they really good all Mike I definitely asked them and that will be an interesting to bite so It'll hopefully distracting from what's going on in the world so that will be Tuesday next week. Seven thirty that'll be an interesting one. A full on debate absolutely right gentlemen until next actually quick. Thank you to the patrons I really let me just fine. The patrons and Quickly to see show engineer. Try John Lane wine lane by the way Coming UP LANDON TO YOU. A third and a victory twenty seven. The VIPUL haven't heard from me for a long time landon. What's what's happening. Lands in looked in Thailand. Roy I okay so you can't be back to China I I serve. 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Mister Ensign Corinne Madman Beverly in Diane from Redline Digital Wine Salesmen and Jared Terry. Thank you all for being patrons. Youtube d listener. Ken Become a patron get a website. Click on the link. Dolor showers all we ask and our record actually that episode that we did with the Steven on economics. Scott did you get to hear it did hear it. Yeah modern monetary theory. I've listened to 'twas convinced yet back and listen to it a third thome. It is very very interesting. What he's talking about because he's telling the whole fits tolerance hit and it's almost like he just completely ignored the hundred and thirty billion dollars that the government's just put us into the Hawk full. Yes yes it is. It is something that I'm having a lot of difficulty getting a hitter end. I have come a hell of a long way I thank you very much. Yeah so that was invaluable. I reckon and absolutely hockey getting back. Because it'd be very distinct. He what he has to say on other issues too and Alan Cholera on. Abc HAS BEING REFERRING TO MON monetary. Theory quite a bit because he interviewed the other guy who's One of the other guys who's prepared and Anyway Ellen. Kala was signed the right that they reserve bank is buying bonds in the secondary market. It will if it keeps up its current right it will have a quad all of the debt In about four months on so effectively. The that's been created boy. This budget will be simply backing government. Hanes With about four months. Supply is tricky. An raid said. Listen to the interview. You will be convinced cy year. Listen to that one and I'll even thinking I'm all even do a little video on with some diagrams with flowcharts or something has to some extent it would help to see a bit of a diagram but yeah so it's interesting. I've come across a few different articles in the past week. A bet all the debt that we've created in hell we ever GONNA pay for it and as I'm reading the monk thinking to myself goes you're completely missing the point on this debt. It's not what you think it is. I think it's a one of the better episodes. Yeah right I is very interesting on that night. Thanks poll thank you Scott. Thank you everyone in the chat room. He contributed it was very good Send me your questions for the debate next week. Looking forward to that one boy for now is considering in now Mr Speaker. Australia is not a secular country it is free country. This is a nation where you have the freedom to follow any belief system you choose. Secularism is just one. It has no Greider. Climb than any other on society as you as Senator Joe Lieberman Sade. The constitution provides for freedom of religion not from religion. I believe the same is true in this country..
"matthew alexander" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Yes let's silver does have some properties. It's like that's right and it's used in modern times it's it's well known that's toxic to bacteria and even into some cloth as well that's right and it's commonly. It's still doing 'cause I've been missing for a little while but it was very abe is used on. Burns to protect against infection on. So it's using that even my light elderly mother I. I know that some bandages were recommended. She I don't know whether she burned herself or she. She's felon scraped her skin badly on her leg. And you know it was something that needed to build. And she was recommended to use bandages. Which will silver impregnated pain again exactly for that? Same reason and there are medical devices which have cuttings on them that or the peaks zone. And I'm actually a recipient over toy titanium divorcee me that had a silver coating on it and it's a little bit more high tech had done it's got molecular changes to the surface that are also just boy. Physical makeup prevent infections will so silver still use commonly for that. But the difference is that this is like a an idea which has got some merit. That's taken too far by people who have very little. We can seem lots of silver guys play too much into. That's what happens when you got blue but I mean it can be toxic carpet if too much. So we're actually has quite a low toxicity. So these people who have this Blue Man Syndrome with Aragon area and I think They died. I'm particularly unwell. But it can lead to severe toxicity liver toxicity and all these other things. There's no good way reversible to affirms aware you stay blue you can't. It's very hard to get rid all over via system once it goes in. I don't hold me for an awful long time. You'RE GONNA REMAIN BLUE. Also whatever what what is it makes you go orange. Do you know from carrot cherry juice. Speculating THAT TRUMP. Is Mike up swimming a little makeup and he joins us but that's more yellow than orange. So that's my voice. Some advice we can give the poor people of America. He can get hold of any bacterial rising up your silver causing a little right. I WanNa thank patrons because they haven't been thank for a long time so listen if you need to this program. We have a spot on Patriot. We can donate a dollar show is all we ask at a bit more if you like. And that helps to cover some expenses and some people have been doing an awful long time on looking guy cry. He's been heightened since the twenty second of March two thousand seventeen. Oh my goodness you're coming up too in five days time it'll be anniversary we going so thank you for being with us so from the top. Thank you Sean Jenny. Craig John Lane. And why? Not a Jahmai? Allison Steve Tiny kaitlyn Jimmy spud Kind Bronwyn Robbie Rod Pele medic men Dome Liam Dive. Daniel Harry Pita kept in Doomsday. I checked him with Captain Doomsday. 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They have backtracked but That On big from vox at says he on Friday. The government's chief science advisor. Sir Patrick Valance said on BBC radio four that one of the key things we need to do is build up some kind of herd immunity so more people are immune to this disease and may reduce the transmission and your looking people get infected. Yes I've fought possible. Yes how else do you get hurt? Sensible idea yes so I'm just reading from this other radical good sweet Lord. Let me summarize. Britain leaders want the whole nation at Corona virus. Because they don't understand by six silence logical history. I think that everyone getting seek magically confers resistance on a nation that's not here disease works herd immunity is what happens after lab scale vaccination as a viral infection. Subsides it's not just letting virus run rampant. This is sort of the idea not stop letting it run. Rampant would eventually resulting a degree of herd. Wouldn't it well? It would but a lot of people that died after a lot. That's that's the punchline. After a lot of people have died. And that's luth unacceptable to me. I would have thought yeah. Yeah yeah well. What he says here is in this article. Even species never never developed immunity to polio. Will smallpox virus really ever bicycling we developed vaccines. And then we got a herd immunity. But Yeah Is it impossible for us to develop herd immunity to AVARS IF IMMUNITY? I guess is a term which I can't quite technically Nile down but if talking about sort of having a natural resistance stain evolution does that forests in through the night Immune system and also some flukes of nighttime destroying the think of one like. What's the one for malaria sickle cell anemia. So so there are some genetic twists in isolated cases where we develop immunity. Nfl sit subset of humanity resistant to certain diseases. In fact I was involved in research on one of those things with raw with two Britons in altitude and they didn't have much resistance against Isis when they came down below L. chewed. So there's there's some things that happens so they very good high-altutude because they they resistant to low oxygen conditions but that makes them winning in low altitudes susceptible to where we've got some sort of a night immunity to break through a genetic evolutionary state. I think that's what they're talking about. It just doesn't make sense at all so we haven't I mean it's been well publicized. Those two towns cities in America pizza fit was one of them. Don't forget the other one where digest let that happen. They just let the disease run. Its Course for forget what the disease was. And the other city to measures to flatten out. That yes and so. That's that's it. That's a brilliant experiment. I mean it's done in real time when people died but Pittsburgh or whichever. What was the one that took the majors to control the curb? So you didn't get release. Spot had much fewer deaths compared to the city. Go the whole flattening. The caves thing that we're talking flattening the curved thing it's saves lives and the UK say that the people in power to say that's just madness. It doesn't what madness but I. I decided feeling heat from people who know better. I'm sure they must bankers panic. Failures thing you can't do that now and they'll be an that'd be changing tack. Surely the other thing that you could do if you're looking for some sort of immunity or you can't afford medicine would be to join Margaret Court's Church The victory live church because she believes that the congregants will not contract Karan of ours because they are protected by the blood of Jesus. The blood of Jesus. You sound like you're and not only her church a whole bunch of Looney Christian churches and probably not only Christian organizations peddling similar nonsense is the Greek Orthodox Chech- Yes in the across. The country will allow congregations of hundreds of people to sip wind from the same spoon because quite the Holy Cup cannot carry the disease literally walks from person to person with a container of of some sort and a spoon. And as you say they they distribute it from the same spoon to each person one after another the the bad thing about that is. It's not just GonNa fix them. They're going to go off like catch the people so people who aren't of their face and I would expect out government to have regulations or laws in place where they could ban practices like that. Do you think they'll actually do it? Well the the the banning groups of either five hundred probably be banning group survivor fifty regardless of the size of the telling us not to shake hands for good men in actual practice. Good Point Yeah. This is a religious practice. This guy lied to harm. Good Point government stepping inside this fall and will I be protected by these new religious discrimination. Laws indeed is a really good question. This is a case of. I think it's either over royd religious freedom on that because it's a dangerous practice. Yes but then they're not. I haven't thought this through. But that's what feel things to me. Yeah because it's not just harming themselves harming the rest of us that's the thing that's that's that's the Knicks. Tapan is the problem for me if they decide and it's a free country if they decide to do dangerous practices whether it's jumping doing rock climbing jumping out of a plane or something dangerous. That's their business but that freedom to believe why the crazy nonsense is one thing but freedom to actually engage in actions or practices that harm others. Quite another thing is is. Hey just a couple of of corona virus sort of topics if we can if you want to add any other rhinovirus ideas before we move on Donelly I. We've got that off. Air Chest. Bill just briefly we mentioned conscription. And how frank of Floyd conscription cozy tell authorities? That he was. Yeah I mean eligible and I saw something in the US. They still have a system where you have to tell the government when you've turned doing and really yes. It's called selective service system is it's it's an independent agency. The United States government that maintains information on those potentially subject to military conscription the draft all mile US citizens and mile immigrant non citizens between the ages of eighteen and twenty six required by law to have registered within thirty days of the eighteenth birthday and must notify. The selective service with intent is of China's to any information such as change of address and It's a contingency mechanism for the possibility of conscription in the US. I add. I think that's the case in Australia. Australia what you have to register for Elections for voting compulsory. So we've got a system already set up that has tabs on people. The the fault of it is that there are people who have never registered to vote. And who never voted true. Have one in my family who's in need sixty s and has never voted wouldn't now you're I if you're on the role because yeah you could be eighty five year old man so they wouldn't missile really nice. That's a lot of names near you. Wouldn't know whether they're male or female. Yeah could be the why. It's copy sixes guest doesn't matter anymore sexist the. Us One is just mile and in Australia. When they used it it was absolutely only from out where females in the military that they were regular army all the conscripts were mile. So yeah if you apply for student loan or various other government things. They'll check that your name on the register did you. What was your young. This is just one or two years out. My three was entering. I remember being seventeen when conscription. There's people that I knew quite well. Who suddenly in the community over there off the Internet News? Yeah that's right and the other one I just wanted to mention briefly was the rugby league players flying for Canterbury. He had sex with some struggles. School bills who were. Ivor Sixteen side and the head sex in the hotel room while I were a wiig a gyn..
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"These people are not exactly embracing. Jesus they're embracing what they perceived to be a bit of magic and more effective magic final one year your cane bike rider well. I'm a borrowed some love box here. How do you feel about the compulsory lower belt wearing helmets? I'm not really fond of it to be honest stacking and I I in the last ten years of of spent time in Japan took my bike Mike over a couple of times and basically never warmer helmet in Japan. Wear hats to keep the son of face which I found much much more comfortable and much more useful than than helmet. I can understand the argument of preventing head injury to rational argument. I just don't like the idea of enforcing it and so anyway in camera the usual. That's right you'll be fond. They've brought audit flying with without wearing a helmet. If you're a fake but now the Sikhs have received a special exemption because of the turbine that they were makes it impossible impossible to wear bike helmets and now to comply with the Lewa religious religious privileges for well. I don't don't think anyone should be required to wear but I don't think that if there is a long if there is a lord should be applied uniformly. Of course. Yeah I think so as well I mean why is the law. It's because people fall off bikes get head injuries and we as a community in having to run hospitals with brain injury centers in fix them up and we drove a not. If you can in a turban isn't going to do anything of any real significance. How thick a bit like the roundup tale? There's a lot of hair under it and that's why they wear one isn't it because the Sikh men done cut the hair yeah the sorts of injuries that helmets designed onto avoid help avoid honestly. It's one way if you don't think it's important that the people there element and then get rid of the law but there was also the case some years ago in the UK where I think it was in the highway. Some seek cricket fans were permitted permitted to carry their little their little dagger on they built into the cricket ground or any other person if they were caught carrying of any sort would have it confiscated use in the Sierra manual. Dagga him double standard. It is well. That's part of different news. It's an article on a moment as I said next week we're going to do an morality. Hugh Harris Hi Fli and oh I think twelve main tonight we are. I think probably try and get Scott on maybe the following week I a reliable Internet connection at that point on. I WanNa thank the patrons. 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"Were having a problem with it but as this article points at it was previously by the Japanese and ultimately Mitsui if it's on US soil kind of if we have really comes down to it and we have a major problem. I mean it's here so can always bob border food products. Because that's exactly what Julia government did when they when they banned the export of live animals to Indonesia so if we ever end up desperately short of milk at the Chinese a bathing it we can always buy in the export of milks who Jay. We'll obviously there is not border this because there's such a huge demand for milken China and they want to capitalize on that and the Japanese did iron. It apparently just keep dropping the price because nobody else wanted to by signing already. Yeah isn't that odd. Yeah well there was some blowback on this now. It was another podcast. I was listen to a couple of weeks ago. And they were saying that The Chinese were being very Tricky you bet the excess the excess of the of the milk to the Chinese market. And that's why the the Japanese price went down. Because who's the the the Chinese had distorted the market and the choice on. Yeah that China is were saying e couldn't get access to the erecting area because it was owned by a Japanese company and then that that lowered the price and then I got into the Chinese coming in and buying them. That's yeah well that's kind of clever business. It's capitalists as is list and it's just you know. China is a unrestrained unrestrained capitalist economy It's everything's for sale including government decisions if weight watchers says it's seemingly an issue when it's the Chinese reality is that Canada is a beget lane boy in recent years but weight watcher. We did an article not so long ago. That said the Bahamas. Thomas was that was one of biggest buyer of land in recent times. Not The Bahamas companies. He's is set up the tax break. Yes countries yes but companies registered in the Bahamas Moorland than any other nationality Ships registered in Liberia. Isn't it. Yeah and why we would allow that to happen to disguise irony when I was a HAMAS says. Wait what yeah. When I was a kid that the yanks the biggest landholders of they might still be but the Hamas might be catching catching up near the Bahamas because well if it's based on area if you control some really huge exactly you met? Reinhard announced currently owns the biggest kettle station strider fifty percent. That's how the other fifty percent is Chinese minded standing these march on. They think it is right. Time to thank the Patriots Sean. Journal cry John Land. And why Noah Jahmai the beneficiary. Allison Steve Attorney Caitlyn Jimmy Spud Kind Brahmin match I Robert Rod Palais Madman Dominic. Liam dive squeaky wheel. Daniel Harry Pita Kept and Doomsday I I I didn't watch a Andy. Murray Melinda Adam Professor Doctor Dentist Willow Glen Craig Matthew Alexander Pool. Tom Tarot Camille Kim. Donnie Darko Clinton Gavin John and new patrons Tony good on your tiny for coming aboard. Also the non-patrons Titans Dean. CAIN was the beneficiary Mr Anderson Corinne Madman David Beverley and Ann friend of the show and also I just finally really new Patriot supporter sidewise diamond from redline digital. I was having a problem with their website and he And helped me didn't charge. And I said congratulations nail patron. We'll listen if you have a website particularly using wordpress. And you need help Damian aiming from Wrigley digital and that means that Sean does have to help me at all with spreading that got in the bee's balsas was Wina. Landon Hod Bottom Bronwyn Dave Adam Caitlyn Zach Captain Doomsday. Friend of the show in tiny will Mr Anderson and Nubia. CBS sports at Glen Bell. And not drinking a one fifty lashes and it could be either from Bronwyn.
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"I don't buy the supply of all those weapons at the Russians guys them especially when we'll go out and it was you know after has gone for months and even years with the locals involved. It was Johnny's in American Fair Enough and attend to extent on that so again. It was kind of like being a devil's advocate in mind. Tiny position but it shows how hard it is to really simplify things because things are usually complex complex rather than simple out they especially that sort of major conflicts is a number of factors apply. Quite turn talk to for anybody to find a country that's need to fade with magic power and I've come out better oft indeed. Let's think of one country. That's well I think pretty good example. Could what what about an example. John Japan Yeah. I didn't think of that Eh. Because also Japan it was a it was an extremely patriarchal society. It still is quite a lot of if things got changed I remember listening to a podcast on late. Night live where one of the interpreters working for the US was a woman in. She was managed as an interpreter to get done to change a lot of the inheritance laws and other things The only thing I've had Japan that was that occupied by magic power offer much wall whereas these other countries like you know the careers and what's another good game on several or all of the South American countries. They went you. Nigel war thing occupied with I just got into feed with yeah but True and ultimately could say Jim and he was a success story after begging to feed on themselves. Yes yeah very good I well. That's a good picture. You've painted of of of Labor Party from your point of view. You'd never been in a number of a political party before will go into meetings such until now. I've been interested in a long time. I try and talk politics. So let's onto people very interested Usually I want arguments but people I was. I was always interested in. Say What it was about. So I'm going to stick around for Law Thing Institute Saliva Party if I may ask because I don't think the live of priority goes potty suddenly noticed eldest five left as I think that needs to be but then I don't think that can be too far left because they are An majorities in Santa into some way. That's watch is alive body because that they've got a real estate Possibility of getting into government Live from part of that then at least I have my little saying which direction going. I think that's travels argument to isn't it yet. Nine was not to join a party. Good evening sample. You wasting your time. Yeah even the policies mart ivory will be better. Your you'd be better off you know party. That's actually getting into pan. Dan Working working from within Mizzou. I thought the Democrats on and maybe even the grains where an option at one stage but but they just seem to once I get into some sort of a position of power or control of power to adapt to the bigger picture. You know what I made like to kid. They Policy Galley especially the grinds with a visit. The cabin tax originally that it just vied for visit Tony how it's one knows it's too bad that I think That had the attack nine tax or was it wrong. I I can't remember but the Greens effectively threw it out the window didn't they could have gotten up in some football. Get something up. I don't seem to be out of the shack a sidewalk while the highway. And so so you're driving a lot in New South Wales at the moment correct Yeah drive heavy vehicles for a major company. The Orange one eight any experiences with the Bush vase of night and now. I'm finally local lumber on my in my wife Do a small pit transport as well where we get At West Nusa false. But we haven't been for a while I walk out this morning. He defied the Meson. Me Back Tank is west of us out this morning could naven up knowing this morning and you couldn't even say the ask Carson straight this. Even in downtown Sydney. The smoke was pretty incredible this morning. It's it's caught on the why that's Nor the Blue Mountains comes around Sydney Ball. So I fall is to the northwest to insignia. affectively in the Blue Mountains SORTA thing or in the mountains side but it's over a close to save the. It's like from the harbour bridge the fall it would only be fifty guys in her as Christ loss. Sydney sort of surrounded by lots and lots of wild forest. Isn't it. Yeah definitely Rajon well. Let's a good story. Good luck with have that motion proceeds let us know if you can get in the ear of member and and actually something happens as a result or you get an interesting Fade Beg Stein touch and good on yet for skyping. In that worked at the end of the day I think goes up by answering machine instead of doing it the other way before. I think he didn't have any good. I'm good on you for joining a political party and getting involved. If anybody else doesn't let us know oh I'm toning the chat room said he's local ellen. P meeting near him broke into a fistfight in chicken. Shot Ah they met in the lead up to the election ave waiting for good argument with somebody. I haven't had a really good argument yet so very good classified at the time. I mentioned this to put up. The there was a an Alderman nixed me I think the regular trash edge Callahan was caught a frontage the that that he told me that some nonreligious people more likely to secure religious people WPRO really disagreeing with him on that one. No I love being persecuted. All right right. Well that's good John. Thank you for for skyping in keeping touch if anything interesting happens and declaring that success. Thanks for that thanks. Oh boy I see guy interesting. Yeah so that was good. Let me just transition out of that back to that screen. I mean I can't say technology worked again eventually. I'm all done I you becoming a Mazda. Good sign and isn't it great to have people people who listened to the podcast to actually really getting involved in politics on a personal level. I really would like to see more people joining political parties of of whatever stripe just get involved and thrash out with each other. Yeah southern just sitting on the sidelines until about it so it's good to have feedback and conversations with ud lease numbs. It's keeps it fresh for us in fun so well I want to thank the patrons so let me quickly think well. Let's see we coming up to the end of two thousand nine hundred not too far away. Move Man and Let's do these by years. Why back in two thousand and sixteen? Sean the engine will only patron in two thousand seventeen had cried John. Lane and Wino- Jahmai Ellison and Steve by the way land in a sentence of voicemail but will white for Scott next week for that one. Sorry how long's the podcast been going there before. And it was i July ally four and bs ago four and then how long since I've become a regular because it seems like threes ago it couldn't is it three St thing. I reckon that regular for this seventy ninety I thought how long has it been a couple of years at at least a couple. At least we should look thoroughly enjoyed In two thousand eighteen had tiny caitland Jimmy spud. That was kind brahmin match. Robbie Rod Palais medicament Dominic. Liam dive squeaky wheel Daniel Harry Pita and Captain Doomsday and this year we've had wheat watch. Andy Murray Melinda Atom Professor Doctor Dentist Willow Glen Craig Matthew Alexander. Pull Tom Tarik Emil Kim. Donnie Darko Clinton and Gavin and the non-patrons Dean. CAIN was the beneficiary Mr Anderson Korean man. 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"Dot org for more information on the new mother merry laying Catholic school when we return we will speak to George York man author of a new book about mother merry lying for Catholic Baltimore George madis act we'll be back in a moment news from the archdiocese of Baltimore and around the world from the Catholic review the October twenty third funeral mass for Thomas K. dollars Sandra with the third included multiple reminders of his belief in the power of education and the gospel of Saint Matthew Alexander a champion of civil rights during his single term as mayor of Baltimore died October twentieth at age ninety his home church Saint Leo the great in Little Italy wasn't large enough to accommodate those wanting to pay their respects so the liturgy was held at Saint Ignatius a location in keeping with Dallas and grows affinity for Jesuits and their ideas casual father William waters presided Dallas centos education including what were then Lowell high school and Lola college and father waters relating his role in the creation of Saint Ignatius Loyola academy a free middle school for boys from families of limited means the closing right was led by archbishop William me Lori who arrived appropriately enough after the groundbreaking for the first new Catholic school in Baltimore in nearly sixty years I had the thought the archbishop said that all of us stand on Tommy's shoulders he was someone who loved those in need Dallas address father also served as mayor of Baltimore his sister Nancy Pelosi is currently speaker of the US house of representatives Jennifer Kreskin has been appointed the new executive director of the Maryland Catholic conference the Annapolis based conference announced in an October twenty first news release Oscar has served as executive director of the Colorado Catholic conference for the past twelve years and brings extensive experience representing the public policy positions of the Catholic Church on a broad range.
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Socks Special Operations Command with the computers and phones they found on the premises the rate became known as larch wood four they sweep everything they think might the aerobics mobile phones computers everything else and they take it away as a result of launch with four and subsequent operations consumer generated a huge amount of actionable intelligence came into Jason's hands in the House that Ah fool so all to get they had a computer when Ajay sock analysts started to probe one of the captured computers he discovered something extraordinary raw footage of ulcer collie himself from his recent propaganda video the footage shows him in a desert area firing weapons and urging his his supporters to show no mercy against their so called enemies he Iraq's Shia community and the US forces this video proves to be vital because it shows Jay sock what else collie looks like currently the task force swab the laptop and send the material evidence for DNA analysis through traces of DNA that were found late in the US Senate was backed up and sent back to the US for analysis they would conclude. It was his laptop on the laptop. They found around the video of him. Performing in the desert they found sorts of other things of course information about operations of his sells strategy documents if they were absolutely sure that they had got much closer to the person they wanted the analysts realized that Al-Zour does your car we must have left the house just hours before the SAS arrived. It wasn't until we discovered the video footage of him. from one of our rates that we actually started to get excited that we're close because the house where we picked up that video footage one of the teams told us or are we at least believed from what he told us that that had been in that house probably within the last forty eight hours before we rated it and that's when we we finally had the confidence to think that we're we're trail. The assault team from J. Sock has secured a major breakthrough from my position in the White House. I I remember it building over time. I don't remember there being single. Aha moment where you said now I know we're going to get him. It was the momentum had shifted the raids raids of his network were getting faster and closer to him and so you had the sense we're going to get there you had you had an increase in confidence that we were getting closer that we're putting the squeeze on him and that the military was ultimately going to be successful something else that stood out to the investigators after further reviewing the videos videos made by als or Kali they discovered outtakes. We analyzed it and we we find this raw video our colleagues in the one where he's out in the desert firing in the gun jams and he doesn't know how to declare it. Many of our colleagues followers know him to be a fearsome warrior but the video clearly shows him to be an overweight unimpressive oppressive figure of a man and appears completely unable to control the recoil of his machine gun initially he appears not to know how to fire more than one shot at a time and immediately immediately after he figures out how to switch it to fully automatic mode his weapon jams and the self styled holy warrior can't get it going again. He has to ask a friend. The unblock the stoppage the video that we saw that al-Qaeda released didn't have all the Kooks in it you know it only showed is probably being a strong on fighter that that whole image of infants ability but the reality is on the raw footage he didn't even know how to clear weapon and so the professors told a very different picture of who he was he was far from the seasoned fighter he had led people to believe he was. The coalition released the full. We'll unedited video to the media. Meanwhile deep inside the Task Force's secret detention center Jay socks interrogators gators got to work on the five men they captured from the Farmhouse Matthew Alexander a senior military interrogator who witnessed and conducted many of these. He's interviews firsthand. The men that we brought in we called the group of five and we knew that they were five important members al Qaeda but we didn't know what their roles were. Initially you know they claimed to be just a taxi driver. A guy who was there to videotape a wedding and they had this very unbelievable story that they're there to attend a wedding. Even though there was no bride or groom there were suicide bombers in the house but essentially we went to interrogate these five separately and little oh by little we will get information from one of them and then we'll take that and turn around and use it against the other for one member of the group the senior ache you is operatives known as Abu Hater refused to say anything other hyder initially claimed that he was just a videographer that he was there to film the wedding and he was probably one of the detainees gave the least amount of information initially he was interrogated for about twenty days during that time he just maintained this story that he was just there to videotape a wedding. Even though it was completely unbelievable for weeks rotating teams of interrogators try psychological pressure please for Cooperation Asian subtle threats despite their efforts he would not talk and officials had to make a decision they arranged to have him sent to Iraq's main detention. Shen facility Abu Ghraib prison in the Saddam Hussein era Abu Ghraib prison was one of the world's most notorious with torture weekly the executions and vile living conditions as many as fifty thousand men and women were crammed into cells there at one time after the regime's collapse the complex was deserted and quickly refitted as a US prison with accompanying medical center however even under US military control the prison soon descends ends once again into a place where prisoners were systematically and illegally abused. Matthew Alexander wanted to avoid these men reaching Abu Ghraib. He believed he could get the information he needed from. Abu Haider using the traditional interrogation techniques so after the first few weeks of interrogation when when he wasn't providing any information the the senior analyst on our on our team decided to transfer him decision was made to get rid of him that he would never talk and so we sent him to another prison where he would just disappear into the anonymous crowd and I decided that I would go in and interrogate they gave him one last time before he left and I didn't really have permission to do that but I felt that he was or could provide very important information towards findings or Kali and so about six hours before he was transferred he was to get on a helicopter. I went in and brought him into interrogation. Asian Room and began a conversation and that conversation started with nothing about al Qaeda nothing about terrorism. It started with a friendly conversation about he was What was his life story on. How did he come to be sitting in a chair opposite me and getting to know each other and we shared stories about yeah. are are both of us have appreciation for Ultimate Fighting Championship we talked about wrestling. We talked about soccer. We talked about the politics of the Middle East and we talked about a lot of things just so I can kind of understand who he was and what I understood stood and got to know about him that I five and a half hours is that he was a grand diga West. This is a man who really held himself in high esteem every time. I said I did something he would say. He did that plus one better you know he's that type of person who always had to be the smartest most capable person the room in once. I understood that about him in that was his personality type than I knew exactly what type of technique to use against him and that was a technique called pride go up which is where I would constantly strike a stroke his ego constantly make him believe in this fallacy that said that he was a very important man that he could affect the future of Iraq and then in the last fifteen minutes what I did was essentially offer him a deal offered him the chance to work with US instead of Al Qaeda and a secret program that didn't exist in which he could be a person who could influence the future of Iraq Alexander visited Abu Haider in his cell at night regularly and coaxed more and more information out of him about als are cowboys whereabouts all on the pretext of proving his worth for the non existent secret program. What I asked him was to prove his.
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"Facility next door to his command center enter were interviews of suspected al-Qaeda members would be conducted keeping all of the Intel gathered central to one location former interrogator in Iraq Iraq Matthew Alexander the Interrogation Unit you essentially composed of where we kept the prisoners in also our Turkish Asian rooms in our analysis room in our desks which we called the gator pit part of our facility was an old Saddam era aircraft hangar and then the rest of it was just kind of make shift built additions to a warehouse essentially where you would just take plywood in throw it would up in Crete compartments in rooms but it was really essentially like a very quickly built haphazard facility where sure where it was just kind of all thrown together last minute when it felt like well our task force had its own detention facility because of our pace which essentially Ashley was go out capture senior leaders of al Qaeda get information out of them through interrogation in quickly turn around and go back out in catch new leaders this and do that in a manner in which always going up the chain of command towards Kali using this massive amount of up-to-date intelligence McChrystal unleashed the most most dangerous weapon in J. socks Arsenal the coalition forces special mission units of elite frontline soldiers these units would work in an entirely tiredly new way historically they ran only one or two major operations per year now they would conduct multiple raids on a daily basis Fran Townsend former White House counterterrorism adviser we found over the years in the war was that you need there needs to be a continuous loop right right of information and so the operators need to understand from the intelligence community what the capability is and the intelligence community needs to understand what the operators are seen being on the ground and so they can task each other right and they can and you get better and more refined th you know. I can remember visiting Iraq and watching them. They didn't go out once on a night. They went out multiple times. oftentimes the intelligence operators would go with the special forces they would do they would get what's called pocket litter there were hard drives a piece of paper out of people's pockets they come back they bring it to analyst back on the base who from the CIA who would go through that information that that would lead to another targeting package and the operated the special forces would go out again. That's sort of continuous feed. Continuous loop is what made them incredibly effective well. It all starts by piling in the back of a Stryker vehicle in sitting in a very cramped space. That's very hot in very dark and then you're you're going through the streets you know and there's all types of hazards roadside bombs and snipers in by the time you get to the target usually already drenched in sweat in your adrenaline going and then the team conducts a raid of the location in go out they go in in the the capture your intended target and then they immediately call you say you're jumping out of the vehicle. You're running down. The street won't get when it gets really exciting is when you have more than one house. oftentimes the these terrorists they would run out of one house jump a wall and into another house and then you'd have to wait a second house in sometimes it would ended up with a third or fourth house and then there's only two interrogators so you could end up with as many as ten or fifteen captured personnel and the I need have ten or fifteen minutes between two interrogators to try and figure out who were the bad guys and back to the base. The critical factor is speed every time a militant militant is captured the members of Q. I around that individual will try to cover their tracks by reorganizing the entire network. It's a cat and mouse game. The terrorists wrists constantly changed their routines abandoned safehouses and recruit new men to replace those that have been lost or captured but if McChrystal's people can work worked faster than their enemy they will destroy a Q. I before it can regenerate what I saw general McChrystal do as A. I'm not a field opera but I'm a career analyst. That's what I saw him. Do was not just evolutionary was revolutionary. You think about the history of warfare you know tanks artillery aircraft you think about the history of intelligence strategic work that identifies the Soviet nuclear arsenal for example now. Let's fast forward to what we've been doing. The past decade plus you take technical technical information. Things like stuff you oughta captured cell phone or captured hard-drive. You take detainee. Operation Detainees are saying about the network. They just came from you. Take pieces of paper you might capturing raid last night and you put them in a big hopper and say our software or nationalist. Our people have to be good enough so so that when the with within the the the timeframe of ours they can put together a picture of what that network looks like for example foreign fighters across Iraq doc. What is all this information. Tell us about money about suicide bombers about leadership and not only put that picture together do it well enough so that an operator can conduct a raid raid within twenty four hours contrast were that where we were in terms of intelligence and military operations even fifteen years ago and where we are today all that coming together so that you're not only constructing a picture of a foreign fighter network. You're not only operating on that picture within twenty four hours. You're doing it for years on end with people from every Consi in town incredible in a way the most important Tortilla that general McChrystal Jason brought this whole oh fake was that if you hit an organization false enough accurately enough and repeatedly enough you you could actually cause them to collapse now in other conflicts around the world various counter-terrorist feels. It tried this but they never really found that. It worked the old idea. What if you killed somebody. We drank them screaming from that home. In the middle of the night he would simply create many more people who wanted revenge had held true and and this idea that you could actually take down a whole terrorist militant organization had never been material that never been made real actually made to work that. McChrystal's attitude was yes. I know if we go into someone's home in the middle of the night will create a business that we want to take down so fall elst that when that angry brother will son whatever it is tries to report to take part in the Jihad. There's no one to talk to because all of his father or brothers friends they have also been lifted in the same forty hour period now. This was a critical to what they wanted to do. It involved Mount Mount multiple raids every night. Sometimes a particular task force would do what they call bounce homes they go from one target they would find intelligence there they go on to another target and another another one and they could round up a whole group of people half dozen people say and petit commits and sell in one night and little by little that was going to have an effect. Jay sock had developed into a well oiled machine every single night for special task forces spread out through Iraq doc and performed up to a dozen raids at one time each group was assigned to take down targets in a different part of US occupied territories to the north is task force read formed from the army's seventy fifth Rangers Brigade to the West Task Force blue made up of US Navy seals the center of Iraq was the responsibility of task force green staffed by the US Army's most elite unit Delta Force and finally these soldiers were joined by the SAS ask operating under the codename feeling among many of the American intelligence operators that the SAS and the other British special forces also is the Special Boat Service and the Special Reconnaissance Regiment had skills that were quite unusual and quite different to the type of skills that Delta force or the seals at the American training and operational activity at all been based around if you like action man leaping out of helicopters boarding ships this kind of stuff assault rolls whereas the British special forces because of their long involvement not just in Northern Ireland but in places like the Balkans where they've been involved in the hunt for war criminals they had skills to do with the patient nurturing uh of targets and groups have targets now that involves surveillance involved creativity stealth about how for example could you get a remote surveillance camera hammer onto a balcony overlooking at target. You might be interested in they came up with all sorts of things they drove around in Baghdad taxis they disguise themselves and the American intelligence people saw some of these during the early years in in Baghdad and they liked it. They actually there's something we can learn from these people because because they could better that counseling themselves they also got Iraqi colleagues that they could use some of those cover tasks but right the way through the Americans did value the fact act that the British could add another very highly trained very professional special operations task force to their lay down because they were in Baghdad. They could go after ah the same very very high. Importance targets McChrystal and his team worked through their targets night after night. The supply lines of foreign fighters were being being intercepted. Bombmakers were taken out of action mountains of intelligence captured and analyzed despite two years of taking all Zerkalo as network apart the ultimate objective the man himself still eluded them were under tremendous amount of pressure to deliver results quickly every day we were reminded of how important it was to find an killer taps rebel muscles are Kylie because he was the key to winning the war and that pressure was reinforced from a variety of leaders continuously on US.
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Five hundred miles to the west of Baghdad or Al-Zour Cowie was was born in one thousand nine hundred sixty six author of insurgent Iraq. I'll ZERKALO WE IN THE NEW GENERATION Loretta Napoleonic other cow is a working class individual. It does not belong to an elitist family in that is very very different from the majority of the lead there some of the Jihadist Movement and arcade them his his background is he was a criminal. You know he spent time in Jordanian prison for sexual assault salt he was a drug dealer. He was a petty criminal Jordan. Well there is a there's a narrative which you find in the lives of of quite a lot the people who got involved without Kaieda and I suppose you could say that there's a period in their lives which you might call the sinful years crazy years as I mean you saw it with some of the nine eleven hijackers that there was a period of their life when they've been drinking heavily and doing lots of things which clearly Islam would consider very very very Harare unplayed Zaccaria was one of those people I mean accounts differ as to whether he was actually hard boozing villa in his hometown now it's certainly true that he was involved in some forms of crime and that he probably had some kind of a piff unie some kind of moments when he realized that he he's life was going the wrong way and the Islam was the answer for him and of course many of those people who had kind of experience often in jail became the most militant jihadist because they felt they had redeemed their lives and discovered purpose in one thousand nine hundred nine. All ZACCARIA traveled to Afghanistan to become a freedom MM fighter against the Soviet occupation it was there he met his mentor and Inspiration Osama bin Laden at the beginning of two thousand finally finally Auxerre car. We met Osama bin Laden. It was a very interesting meeting with the leader of al-Qaeda a very very powerful man in Afghanistan. Also cow was a novelty. It was the leader of this small group of individuals who did not even have a name that did not not have base and the reason why are the Cowie met is because he was looking for a sponsor he was looking for money. He wanted to set up a little camp where he could look after his followers. Osama bin Laden offer Cowie to become part of Al.. Okay dumb former White House counterterrorism adviser Fran Townsend Sir Kelly really came to at least my attention I think many in the counterterrorism community me during the millennium the ninety nine to two thousand period there had been a series of raids in Jordan and there was a threat in inside Jordan there was tremendous cooperation between the FBI the CIA and our Jordanian counterparts during in fact we deployed a number of FBI agents. It's over to Jordan to work with the CIA and the Jordanians and during the course of that investigation it became clear the leader of the cell was an individual by the name of Zarcal. We we knew he was an important terrorists figure. We knew he was an important operational leader. I don't think anyone at that point in time. Imagine you you know more than a decade later we would be chasing him inside. Iraq where he would become an even more influential figure in Al Qaeda in the wake of September eleventh much of the Al Qaeda leadership went into hiding in the tribal belt between Afghanistan and Pakistan the United States had begun its invasion of Afghanistan Afghanistan Zorka we and other al-Qaeda fighters meanwhile had crossed over to Iran and then into the northern Iraq region known as Kurdistan now now that move is very much the beginning of the making with made because the Americans were informed of the existence of outsor- Cowie at the end of two thousand and one by the Kurdish secret service the Kurdish secret service alerted Americans the odds are Cowan was the link between between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein it was clear as we were in Iraq the increasing importance of czar calloway inside al-Qaeda circles he had come up during the course of the war in Afghanistan people understood his importance as an operational leader and he was clearly trusted by bin Laden Auden and Al Qaeda senior leadership and so when he was deployed if you will from the federal administrative tribal aries into Iraq we understood as the the American counterterrorism community that this was a significant event this was he was well liked by soldiers and al Qaeda. He was well respected by leadership. He was incredibly capable he was experienced and so he had that unique combination of skills that would allow him to be a real force on for al Qaeda against US inside Iraq in two thousand three the US and other coalition forces entered Iraq and the Saddam Hussein regime quickly collapsed but it created a major power vacuum houser Collie who was hiding in the shadows kick started a campaign of violence. He stirred up the hatred between Iraq's two main religious groups the majority Shia Muslims and the minority Sunnis he then created a militant group with the aim of killing as many many Shias as possible and sparking a brutal cycle of violence across the nation and it was drawing the attention of the United States especially Secretary Three of State Colin Powell on the fifth of February two thousand and three calling power when to Security Council and in front of the words presented also Cowie as link between Qaidam and Saddam Hussein nobody at art of Our cowie before that day I mean everybody in the community of terrorists expert and never heard his name interestingly pressingly enough from that moment onwards also cowie became the men masterminded immaturity of the terrorist various attack which had taken place after nine eleven also Conway's group was named by intelligence officials al Qaeda in Iraq or for short short a Q. I when you look at Al.. Qaeda's mission in Iraq is our couch mission. We mistakenly look at these organizations as terrorist groups. This is too narrow. These are revolutionary organizations that want to spread an idea they can return to what they call a caliphate of fourteen centuries old old concept that there's a pure way to live according to the Koran Prophet Muhammad targets included bombing the offices of the United Nations and the Red Cross regular attacks tax on the basis of US military coalition forces but in an effort to maximize casualties the terrorist group shifted its attention to targeting public markets. It's police stations mosques and with it media coverage and in the eyes of our Collie this was attention on his movement and an important recruitment Krugman tool former interrogator and author of how to break a terrorist Matthew Alexander. There's a large influx of foreign fighters into Iraq after the Abu Abu Ghraib scandal which was essentially al-Qaeda's number one recruiting tool for convincing young Muslims from all across from everywhere from North Africa all across the Middle East to come to Iraq and fight in what they termed Jihad in these foreign fighters were extremely potent because they were the ones who made most of the suicide bombers so they're the ones that essentially we're also the most brutal I think the largely the ax you see like beheadings happen because of these foreign fighters and not so much because of Iraqis Al-Zour collie orchestrated numerous suicide bombings a devastating series of attacks in March two thousand four killed close to two hundred people at she a holy sites czar Cowie was is at the top of the target list inside Iraq one because of the bloodshed he was causing and not just of Iraqis. I mean this. This terrorist leader became a primary source of injuries and killings of our own soldiers and coalition forces and so absolutely he became prominent on the scope of the president in terms of briefings and targets then on May eleventh.
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"Their weapons ammunition night vision goggles and radio equipment these fighters were part of a secret of Unit code-named Task Force black they we're traveling towards a remote farmhouse on the outskirts of Baghdad inside was their target Abu Musab Al's Hikari the mastermind into behind countless bombings kidnappings and beheadings as the leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq as the operation approached the farmhouse to smaller helicopters flanked them they were accompanied by a couple of smaller headquarters lynxes with snipers in them that would orbit over the target and then last in the order if you like this little fly on Mada were a couple of big helicopters with the force that would be used to put what they call a calm around the Alpha the corden being the belt of security so that if anybody jumped out the window made a run for it S- quarters as they call them they edit eh either the people in the helicopters the orbiting snipers or the call would take care of those people the fighters landed stealthily onto the Desert Floor Floor and began closing in on the property to scouts climbed over a small stonewall and crawled towards the farmhouse looking for signs of life and and possible entrance points pinning their backs against the uneven concrete. They peered through a crack in the wall to catch a glimpse inside inside the building walls if you like a protection detail of people for this particular Amir that's at the SAS targeted there were at least two possibly three wearing wearing suicide vests they will hall a dozen sold rifles. There were dozens of hand grenades. These people are heavily armed. They must be protecting being something or someone important but could it be. Abu Musab also Cari finally after years of brutal anarchy in the war-torn country. Could this be his end. Welcome to covert show about the shadowy world of international espionage top secret military operations rations. The entire country was essentially embroiled in a civil war. There is a beheadings every day. They're suicide bombings. There is retaliatory acts of terrorism going on between the city and she answer every day you would wake up and read about murders decapitations types. I'm Jamie Rennell and I'm going to take you inside history's greatest special operations missions to learn about the brave soldiers and operatives who risked their lives to terminate the world's most wanted eliminate terrorist threats and protect countless innocent law. Abu Mussa Balza Cari had been thought to be responsible for years long bloody war in Iraq. Was this evil I think arguably over over the last several years no single person on this planet has had the blood of more innocent men women and children on his hands then Sarkar why and how and why did our colleagues terror begin but as a cow is doing in Iraq is trying to destroy completely the state in order to to rebuild it and from the ashes of this date we will rebuild the new state and this new states will be sort of carbon. Call me of the Caliphate. This is the true story of Task Force Black and the killing of one of Iraq's most vicious terrorist leaders Abu Abu Musab all's Hikari this is assault on al-Qaeda part one the rest of the fighters from task force black joined the scouts at the perimeter wall of the rustic farm building but as they drew near something surprised them mark urban even the author of two thousand eleven's task force black the explosive true story of the special secret forces war in Iraq as the SAS men from B squadron of twenty two s started to move towards the AL for the target. They realized it was not going to be a typical sort of mission. They they thought they could hear sounds inside the building. They approached the building very gingerly and a few of the men walked around a parked car that was under a car park and to to that surprise and satisfaction found that there was a door just wipe behind the call. If all's are Cowie one of the world's most wanted aged terrorists was inside. Why would he leave the door wide open. Would it be so easy to get inside. The unit opted to enter the compound through through the door only to find it was a trap almost as soon as they went through the door. They were hit by a hell of bullets the people inside clearly the news somebody who was coming they were armed and they will wait so they'd. Father's initial volley of bullets hit a couple of the SAS guys the SAS go always withdrew. Obviously they had casualties to treat so they withdrew to a safe distance. The airwaves were alive at moment with reports that there was resistance instance inside the building under they needed to take the appropriate action immediate action deal without resistance immediately for the commander on the spot a number of very difficult questions some of these incidents where heavy resistance was encountered they simply pulled back and dropped a bomb on the building and killed everybody inside for many different raisins the SAS on the ground decided not to do they wanted this person alive for intelligence purposes the longer they withdrew from the action the more opportunity to terrorists. I would have to destroy data that could lead the coalition forces to other Al Qaeda compounds the team again advanced towards the open door. They felt it was is worth trying to fight their way and that's what we did. They went into the building. They started to engage people in the dauntless in the rooms as they went into the building trying to clear Rimbaud task force black ran through the building taking out each al Qaeda operative in their path while al Qaeda fighters sprayed the night air with AK forty eighty seven fire but the al Qaeda cell were no match for the methodical and controlled fighting style of task force black suffered many casualties now. The downstairs was secured but the upstairs still needed to be investigated as one of the SAS fighters entered the stairwell of the farmhouse farmhouse. The top of the stairs above him was dark with no sign of life. He slowly walked up the stairs readying himself for any signs of booby traps. APPs were ambush as he reached the top step on the stairs a figure appeared as one of the SAS men who who was a staff sergeant. A team leader went up the stairs to the upper level. There was a suicide bomber waiting for him at the top of the stairs who detonated his suicide. We saw device. There was an explosion the SAS man was bloom down the stairs. There was a man down but special forces continued up the stairs moving past. Ask the now dead suicide bomber. The rest of the house was cleared. The fighters scan the rooms to their horror. Several women and children were caught up in the blast tragically. There were no survivors among them. The soldier however was still breathing with only slight bruising and Minor Lacerations Association's he would recover meanwhile operatives had captured five male al Qaeda hostages with the House now clear threat task force black started looking for any evidence linking the House with Alexander Cowie and to the teams surprise the sound of footsteps came came from above them grenade hit the ground outside the compound next to the entrance of the property followed by a flurry of machine gun fire there were other people they've been throwing grenades and opening fire at the SAS. They were killed to another man wearing a suicide vest a squirt or as they call it flat the back of the building and hate under a car that was parked behind the building. He was taken out. It's not clear whether it was one of the snipers helicopters talk about a corden forces were around the building the tallest building the Alpha so at the end of a sort of terrifying twenty minutes. There were a whole lot of dead people in this building including one person blowing himself up in an attempt to kill US soldiers. Another who hadn't had a chance is to detonate his best was lying dead under the car. There were spent cases grenades got every one of the date al Qaeda members that the has been stepped across. I've seen a photo of this had a grenade in his hand with the pain removed and clearly steph quite gingerly across him as they tried I to see what else was in the building. The special OPS mission proved to be a success inside the house. We captured five senior ranking members of al-Qaeda. We didn't know at the time they were senior. Ranking we thought or suspected they were because of the way they dress because of their mannerisms but we didn't really know what we had. That's it's the voice of Matthew Alexander senior military interrogator who oversaw the team tasked with finding out who those five men were and more importantly if they could lead him to Abu Musab collie. This was a guy who had murdered thousands of people in fact he murdered many more people than some of Bin Laden ever. Did you could say a colleague could be responsible for upwards of one hundred thousand deaths by starting the civil war in Iraq he wanted to be the leader of all tied in Mesopotamia and he I saw this struggle as part of the larger al-Qaeda struggle for dominance in the Middle East but is really all about him and his the strategy was to start a civil war in Iraq between Sunni and Shia and he believed American forces. 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"Tommy Tucker twenty-five talking about what is a very controversial issue. However, it would seem as though to me being pragmatic, if we don't have anywhere else to go and Mars is not really a viable option at this point, Admiral. I would guess even though we landed the the craft there the other day, David Titley, our guest, Admiral, David Titley, Rear Admiral, professor practice at Penn. State retired navy Rear Admiral who is our friend who comes on we talk about climate change. So when it comes to I guess solving a problem and being pragmatic. Why would not everybody be on the same page and say, we'll even if there is a risk of this. We need to we need to look at it very closely because we don't have anywhere else to go in terms of planets, and why would that not include the entire world and not just the United States. Specifically, the thing you always hear Admiral is. Well, if India's doing it if China's doing it, then why should we even worry about? It. So those are those are a lot of great points. Tommy, and your your logic. There of hey, this could really be bad. You know, maybe we're not a thousand percent, sure. But we're pretty sure your logic. You used is exactly the logic that President Reagan used when he regulated the the gases came from from refrigerators back in the nineteen eighties. And he basically told people look I'm not a thousand percent convinced. But there seems to be a pretty good chance at bad things will happen less do something. So let's not take that risk. And that was the President Reagan. So your your logic. Tommy is exactly where we where we should be going. I think it's it's you know, what can we do to take small steps? I think this is becoming an issue on both sides where people kind of use it as almost a a political baseball bat to hit each over. You know, hit everybody over the head with what would be better, in my opinion is let's figure out what things we like. I think just about all of your viewers would appreciate being able to live in New Orleans without any increase threats of catastrophic flooding like we saw a little over a decade ago. I think everybody would appreciate having a robust tourism industry, a robust seafood industry. You know being able to to have the kind of life that we have on the Gulf Coast. So how do we preserve that? You know, what are the things that we can do locally and regionally and ultimately getting to the national and international park to your point about India and China. Yeah, there's a there's a real issue there. But I'll tell. You if American leadership is moving in the right direction, and with the size of our economy that really helps bring those other countries in line, and and we can be a tremendous force for good. When we decide that. That's what we're gonna do one argument that always here. Proffered in Europe. I've spoken about this before is that when it turns cold people say, where's your global warming now? And but I don't hear those same comments when you know, we have record he'd going into October in the hottest October on record. It seems as though well falls just late this year. And the president tweeted at believe after this report was released something to the effect that might have been before in advance of it about the blizzards going on in the northeastern part of the country in that were basically saying, where's your global warming? Now with record cold in the northeast, and is that a way of the president, maybe proliferate? Eating an argument, and and completing weather with climate and not quite understanding the difference as a lot of people may be don't. Yeah. I I I'll I'll take the president is a work. Let's let's all was soon. He is a very smart guy. Like, you said, if you're a very smart person, you understand that weather is day. It's sort of like, you know, if you and I were playing poker. Whether it's the hand that you have at that moment climate is the car deck from which it came and what we're seeing is nature slipping a few more races into that card decks. We're getting kinda different different hands deltas. But to the to the immediate thing, you know, I would I would have pulled the president, sir. It's late November. We tend to get snow in Pennsylvania in New York late November, which we did it was thirty six hours of cold. And and that was it so nobody, but nobody has said that as the world changes it's climate that we're never going to have a cold day. Of course, we're going to have cold days, but we're going to have more hot days. We're going to have more days that have really heavy rain, especially in the south east. We're going to have to seize coming up, and we're even gonna have things like increased risk of forest fires in the south east up on the north shore and places like that. So those are the those are the real issues not whether today is particularly warmer, particularly cold one day does not climate make Admiral Anan and hate to catch you with his live on the air. But do you have any more time? Sure. Because I know you've done this before and I can't answer any questions that people have. But I know you have and I'm getting a lot of people calling in and texting. And so we would appreciate it. If you can. Yeah. I go up to Tommy. Thank you, sir. Admiral David Titley, our guests talking about climate change to six zero one eight seventy if you wanna have you question answered eight thirty one time now, wwl first news. And for that we go to Chris Miller from our Jefferson financial Federal Credit Union studios, helping you achieve financial success. It's WWL. I news WWL news time eight thirty one. I'm Chris Miller on your official weather station. WWL AM, FM and dot com. Say goodbye to the fall weather for a little while much warmer weather. 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