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"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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03:40 min | 6 months ago

"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Labor. Well, said senator last question last time we talked, we were talking Len lease for Ukraine. Is it still alive? Is it moving? It is alive and it's the consensus position of the senators that are working on a bill that I hope will be released today. The longer we wait to Putin's not waiting on us. No, he's not. And we need to send a strong message. And we also need to buck up the administration, make sure they continue their commitment to provide Ukraine what they need to defend themselves and also president Xi and others are looking at the U.S. reaction to what's happening in Ukraine and seeing if they have an opportunity there. So it's very important and my hope is that comes together today. Last question, I will not be watching the genocide games. I love the Olympics. I'm not watching the genocide games because where they're being staged. Are you going to watch it? I am. I am not. I am not. I'm with you. I think we ought to we ought to boycott them. And so I will not. All right, good to hear senator John cornyn always a pleasure our friend from Texas leading the way and hopefully we'll become a champion not just of lend lease, but also of the tax credit for parents whose kids are in private school because we got to break this system. The system that is so indifferent to children, we just must break it. And the way to do that is with a tax credit. Come back. Michael Oren Reed joins me. We talk about this attack in Syria, breaking news, always comes first on the Hugo at show, stay with me, America. Welcome back, America, who you are breaking news until hours ago. Abu Ibrahim Al Hashemi Al karoshi was the head of ISIS. He's dead. You have special forces striking and Idlib Syria, a place that's about 300 miles from Jerusalem. So it's a lot closer to Michael Oren's land than to ours, although I think Michael Lawrence and the U.S. today, former ambassador from Israel to the United States, doctor Michael oran, good morning, doctor Aaron. What's this headline mean to you? It's always welcome news with a leader of ISIS or Al-Qaeda or Hamas or Hezbollah gets to pass out of this world. I just was never particularly due to the major threat by Israel. You should know Hugh. The ISIS from our perspective was several thousand men mostly with light arms and machine guns on the backs of trucks. Our biggest threat of his bola was a 150,000 rockets pointed at our city. That's a major threat. But that doesn't mean we're anyway not relieved to see one of the major commanders of ISIS eliminated. It's always good news. Now let's turn to other news. You know as a diplomat, Russian diplomats, you've been reading, I'm sure the Russian diplomatic exchanges with the United States over Ukraine, Russian has condemned U.S. troop deployment this morning. What do you make of it? Do you think Putin ever backs down from the invasion now? It's difficult to use up on a high tree or a high ladder for you choose getting it down is not going to be easy. And apparently the United States can't commit to ensuring that Ukraine will never join NATO. It creates a sovereign state. But I think the United States can find some legal room in what kind of systems get deployed in the eastern branches of NATO. Those of us who also have to remember the Cuban missile crisis, remember how. Unsettling it was to have Soviet missiles pointed at Florida in Cuba. So I think there's some wiggle room there. I don't see the Russian incursion of any depth as necessarily pulled out of conclusion..

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ISIS Leader Dies During U.S. Special Forces Raid in Syria

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:00 min | 6 months ago

ISIS Leader Dies During U.S. Special Forces Raid in Syria

"Who you are breaking news until hours ago. Abu Ibrahim Al Hashemi Al karoshi was the head of ISIS. He's dead. You have special forces striking and Idlib Syria, a place that's about 300 miles from Jerusalem. So it's a lot closer to Michael Oren's land than to ours, although I think Michael Lawrence and the U.S. today, former ambassador from Israel to the United States, doctor Michael oran, good morning, doctor Aaron. What's this headline mean to you? It's always welcome news with a leader of ISIS or Al-Qaeda or Hamas or Hezbollah gets to pass out of this world. I just was never particularly due to the major threat by Israel. You should know Hugh. The ISIS from our perspective was several thousand men mostly with light arms and machine guns on the backs of trucks. Our biggest threat of his bola was a 150,000 rockets pointed at our city. That's a major threat. But that doesn't mean we're anyway not relieved to see one of the major commanders of ISIS eliminated.

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"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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04:35 min | 7 months ago

"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"So let me get let me get to the question I wanted to ask you about. Netanyahu is going to play guilty, then he's not going to plead guilty then he's going to plead. Honestly, reading the times of Israel gives people a headache. What's going on? Well, I think there's a tent by Netanyahu. To do something, I think is very clever for his point of view, which is to strike a deal. It's referred to here as like a Nixon like deal, where he spares the country further division because if he stands trials and goes to prison, a big chunk of the country is going to be up and on. If he doesn't stand childhood prison, another state of the country is going to be up in arms. The spare the country, that you cut a deal where BB leaves politics. And the question is whether he leaves politics with the addition of what's called moral torpor two. You can't say that ten times fast. Moral forfeit, which would prohibit him from reentering politics with 7 years, which is bring him up to age 79. Well, then, just like Joe Biden, he's just getting started. I have a technical question. Does it prohibit him from being the president of Israel? Yeah, only after 7 years. It's not elected, right? It's a point. He doesn't want that. He wants to come back after two years. I just can't imagine maybe Netanyahu going into the wilderness for 7 years. We'll find out Michael oran on Twitter, DR Michael oran, DR, doctor Michael oran on Twitter, our number two that you hear at show coming up. Stay tuned. Good morning glory America bonjour high candidate who you had live with a focus on the beltway this morning. Next hour, senators, Blackburn and haggerty join me this hour, I begin with senator Rand Paul of Kentucky. Good morning, senator. Welcome back. Good morning. Thanks for having me. Senator, you and I have had a few mix ups over the years, but we've always been civil to each other when we disagree. I know that you try your best in the Senate to be that way towards Doctor Fauci. But I want to go back to last week. But I want to predicate first. Am I not correct that you were on the baseball field when the Bernie Sanders supporter tried to kill you at a dozens of other Republicans? Absolutely. I was ten feet from one of the staffers who shot. I was about 20 yards from Steve scalise and the remarkable thing is, is that not one of us said it was Bernie Sanders falls and people almost died. It was a horrific thing. Like I came there with a list of people to kill to assassinate and yet Doctor Fauci now thinks that he can come forward and he's had a death threat. And so that death threat is because people object to him or disagree with him. I had 34 death threats last week, 34 that we referred to the Capitol Hill police. So it's sort of we don't want violence on Doctor Fauci. We want a civil debate, but the main reason that it devolves into a personal sort of attack back and forth is that he won't answer the question. He deflects from the question, not one person in the mainstream media realizes even what the question was that I ask him. I don't know the question. I'm not legacy media. All I know, all I know is that it is absurd to blame anyone in public life for the fringe elements that inflict all of us with those kinds of I mean I've been in the media for 30 years. Of course I've gotten those letters. I knew I wouldn't have imagined you had 34 in a week. That's kind of a record doctor Paul, isn't it? I think it's a record for me and it shows how inflamed the public is on both sides. But also get hundreds of people every day who say someone has to ask these tough questions. The question I asked, Doctor Fauci was, is it an abusive office, use your $420,000 salary to go after your political enemies, your scientific opponents? Is it wrong to have sort of an enemies list of people that you and doctor Collins basically conspired to ruin their reputation, not really in journals with facts or arguments, but in the late press, they go to the nation. They didn't go to science. They went to the nation, the progressive magazine, the nation to go after their opponents and then call them names. Their opponents teach at Harvard Stanford and Oxford, the three main authors of the great bearing gen declaration. They went after them to smear them and to try to ruin their reputation. And I think that is just despicable and it should be called out..

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"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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04:29 min | 8 months ago

"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Welcome back, America. I'm grateful at the end of the year for guests who show up most weeks, including doctor Michael orn, who is our advanced guard in Israel, where it is. What time is it in Israel, doctor orin? It is ten of two at the same time you talk to me every week. Well, happy new year to you. I would like you to take a look ahead and give us the Michael oran predictions for 2022. I always say I'm an historian and I have enough problems predicting the past. I live in the Holy Land so I could be a little like an indulgent little property. I think that the Iranian nuclear issue is going to come to a head. What does that mean? What do you mean come to a head? Well, either I think the talks will either produce an agreement that is you can't live with or the Iranians will go ahead and keep on enriching the 60%, which is equivalent of threshold capacity and Israel will not be able to live with that. So somewhere along the line we're coming to a head. On the nuclear issue. That would be wrong. I think the COVID issue, I think you knew it's already beginning to clear up. There's going to be reopening our airport soon. And we're just going to have to live with wave after wave after wave. Are you going to do a fourth booster? 'cause I want a fourth booster to roll out in the United States immediately. They started rolling about this. It's not an aggressive campaign to shift because the avocado numbers are actually increasing, but we found that while it's highly contagious is not as lethal as the other versions and variants of COVID are. But yes, I have no problem getting a fourth booster. Well, why not? Why not? Really, I get a flu shot every year if I have to get two COVID shots a year. Why not? I like being alive. Yeah, why is it why not? Good, good, good. I highly agree with you. What's going to happen politically here? The government shows no signs of coming apart. It seems to be relatively stable. And nothing is going to move much on the Palestinian unless the Biden administration intends to go ahead and try to reopen that American consulate in east Jerusalem, which would be caused a crisis here and cause a crisis in our relationship with Washington. I'm a little bit worried about our Friends, little Sparta United Arab Emirates. They are going to cancel the F-35. I think team Biden has screwed up our best Arab ally relationship. And if they don't get the F-35s in the drones, and I saw some people blaming Israel, which I know not believed to be the case for that. What's going on there? It has to do with internal politics in the United States. I guess in your set of Israel to all of our politics or domestic, it's true that every country is certainly true of the United States of America. Okay, now I have a request. You know everybody in Israel. You know, literally, I can't walk down the street. I was having breakfast with Michael at the Dave had been gurney and hotel and he had the great like 55 people. I care we were having drinks. Really, it's like going to dinner with a parade. And so everyone comes by and they all say hello. So you must know whoever runs the Israeli tourism authority, right? Yes. I do. I do. Well, I want you to tell him, I want a broadcaster from Israel for a month. I think that a guy like me coming to Israel and showing people that you not only can you have a great time you can broadcast and it's perfectly safe would be good for tourism. But of course, they have to subsidize Salem sending me there. I don't want to make any money out of it. I just want them to pay Salem to bring me there. So Salem doesn't complain. What do you think? I think it's great. Not to mention, I don't have the competitor, but Dennis Quaker broadcast here for a month. I know that we don't ever mention his show on this. Prager is I'm his life coach. Did you know that? And a lot of people have been here. We've been here broadcasting. Yeah, they bring all the shoes and I said, no, no, bring a Catholic evangelical Presbyterian. We're the tourists. And when our skies open up, I will run with that football. All right, great. Now the other thing that resolution for 2022 is pregnant. Can we talk for a moment about then? I am Dennis life coach. And he has a new book called out the rational Passover. He got it. Now, I think that sounds like the worst name book in history, but I'm interested in it. What do you think? It sounds good to me, because I don't know what's irrational about the Haggadah. That's exactly. Right? They went to freedom. Okay, that's not such a wild tale as far as I know, but okay..

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"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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07:28 min | 10 months ago

"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Sebastopol has published his second scope in 5 days on the Chinese hypersonic program with ought to alarm everyone in the free world, including Israel. I'm joined by the former ambassador from Israel to the United States. Michael oran doctor Oren, former deputy minister as well as former ambassador to the United States and the UN. Doctor Oren, good morning to you since we last spoke. The world sort of changed at least the world became aware that China has changed. Hypersonic missiles in space, orbiting the globe, presenting an entirely new challenge. Did it get much attention in Israel? It did not welcome back. Thank you. It's always they didn't get much of challenge here. We're facing so many different challenges. You know, that prime minister is meeting with Putin this week. And in the big issue there is going to be Iran and Lonnie Ron and that Israel can not coexist with a Iran that has a threshold capacity. Not to be run as a bomb. It has the ability to make a model. And why it's important was large because Russia is a world leader in arms development and has been introduced to our area. Systems that didn't exist before, like the S 300 S 400 anti aircraft systems, which can take down an aircraft from spherical aircraft coming out of our bingo and airport. And so making the Russians aware of the fact that Israel may well have to actually instantly against the an Iranian threshold capacity is extremely important for us. We're getting a very advanced systems. The big war with China is going to be about the China Iranian strategic deal. It's a 25 year deal, which is estimated to be about $400 billion. Over 25 years in exchange for discounted oil, China will be helping along with a number of development programs, but also with weapons develop weapons. Imagine that. So the Chinese having access with Iranians having access to these type of missile technologies has got to figure in our long-term strategic planning. There are historian doctor Oren. And so when I use the term second Cold War, I do so knowing you know what that means. It has a start day, whether it's the Fulton speech or the launch of the H bomb, whatever it had an end date when the wall came down. The start date of the second Cold War is probably when Xi Jinping became general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party. We just weren't unaware of it. And Angus king, who, I know you must know. Senator king said yesterday, hypersonic weapons are strategic game changes with the dangerous potential to fundamentally undermine strategic stability as we know it. The U.S. can not lag in this development or allow for blind spots as we monitor the progress of our competitors. Well, we are lagging behind and we're actually going to need Israel to catch up for us because I believe you introduced me to the concept of directed energy weaponry. And that's what you're going to need to defend against this. Yeah, I also proposed a long time as we come to the end of the memorandum of understanding the ten year render I understanding of aid, $38 billion package that president Obama signed the president with prime minister Netanyahu back in 2016, he comes to the end of that period with a really rethink our strategic relationship with the United States. Rather than having been sort of a united just 80 Israel, it should be United States cooperating with these things technology because Israel is a world leader in these technologies in concentrated energy and just laser technology in AI and cyber defense. All this has come to play and it can really be no better ally in the world for the United States of Israel in all these areas. Just give you a small statistic. Israel accounts for over 20% of the world's investment in cybersecurity, which means we're pushing the punching about 200 times above our weight in terms of our population. We're less than 10 million people. Well, I agree completely and I don't know the team Biden has given that assurance or if you're going to get it out of the socialist left democratic squad, which is very anti Israel. I'm sure you know there are enough votes to block anything that the Democrats want to get done within their caucus. Because they don't want to bring a measure to the floor that requires Republican support to pass. They don't want to have the squad defect. What do you make of what happened on the squad's defection and then the dust up over what AOC crying on the floor had to do? It was really crazy. It was just insuring. I called it the protocol. The shot across the crowd. And yes, ultimately, we did get the a four Iron Dome and we're deeply appreciated that. And the bipartisan issue, we have to appreciate it that. But I think this could be what happened around the Iron Dome legislation. It's a harbinger of things to come. This is where you could get the significant works. And that's why I think it's about time now to rethink our future relationships in United States. The big challenge, you're going to believe that the big challenge going down the line is going to be whether people like the quad are going to be interested in actually enhancing America's security. Is that Israel security, especially if enhancing security for the United States means somehow cooperating as well. Well, that is to me to keep thing. When we I was in Israel last one ambassador John Bolton, the national security adviser, I saw you at the time. And the number one topic they were discussing with prime minister then prime minister Netanyahu was the deal struck between the PRC and Israel. Has that rethinking under Bennett commenced about really, we can't cozy up to the PRC like perhaps Bebe was going to do before the Iranian deal with China came down. It was actually meetings during the Obama administration. The Trump administration, I think it hasn't changed. The United States expresses its concern about visual relationship with China, Chinese for building our northern and 7.4 ports. We're building the subway system across the street from my house to keep me awake all night. They're here. And this will need that very efficient and cheap labor purely economic reasons. We also can overlook the fact that Chinese or entering the Middle East at the time was driven by China's building before the two major ports on the Persian Gulf that built the largest naval base in Africa in GBT at the entrance of the Red Sea, and take it more strategic than that. And it just can't ignore it. So if you want to make this the demand that is not engaged in any type of commercial relationship with China, how about American not leaving the Middle East? I agree. And especially on Iran, but it does come down to a second Cold War requiring therapy two sides and clarity about who is with what. And I think it's going to be Iran, Russia and their parent power, China against the free world. I don't see how we get around that. I have a bleak review. You remember the bipolar world of the Cold War, right? Yes. I think we're going back to a byproduct world from the two superpowers of Russia and China. That's a bleak review. I go back to a story. I meant I had a song session to this mystery about 2009. I just started as ambassador. And I said to doctor kitchen, I said, did anybody in The White House know that if you make an nuclear deal with Iran, then you will be giving up the control of the Middle East?.

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"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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05:39 min | 10 months ago

"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"I know that this is something that's gotten a lot of attention in Israel has gotten next to none here in the United States. Adam credo reporting yesterday that U.S. Iran envoy Robert malley, whose name is very familiar to those of us who follow these things, says that the Biden administration is preparing for, quote, a world where Iran doesn't have constraints on its nuclear program. Comments that show how little progress has been made in negotiation with Tehran regarding a return to the JCPOA the 2015 Barack Obama ran deal. Doctor Oren, I mean, if that deal had remained in place, we'd still be dealing with in Iran didn't have any constraints on its nuclear weapons program. I mean, I think that that's one thing that should be said right off the bat. That deal wasn't going to prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons. It only it only had a ten year pause in it, maybe. And that's only if you believed Iran was complying with it. Yes, that's true. It was ultimately going to his line was ultimately going to have an unlimited nuclear program. The big difference was that while it restrained itself somewhat, and some aspects of the program, just on the nuclear enrichment, not a missile development, not on the development of advanced centrifuges, not on developer warheads, didn't do anything about any of that. But when I was going to get paid a 100 billions of dollars that it wasn't going to spend on schools and hospitals, you can believe that. I think the major thing that rob valley is saying, believe it or not is the truth and the truth that has been around for a long time. I've been talking about on these really news. And that is the United States is willing to coexist with an Iran that has threshold capacity. I mean, the ability is created a bomb within a matter of weeks, because you've been a matter of days. Among the professionals, if referred to as Japan like capabilities, there's Japan has that capability, but of course, you can't threaten to wipe anybody off the map or is not supporting financial payers. Big difference. America, that's what's important Biden or other Americans as they say, you know, Iran will never get a bomb on our watch. Yeah, but do they have the ability to make one real quickly? So America may be just for the threshold capacity law. If you can like people honestly will, but as you can simply can, every single war with Hamas, Iran can have threatened to break it out, and this could be a huge constraint on our ability to defend ourselves. And I definitely won't even get a bomb. It won't be satisfied with threshold capacity. Well, doctor ordon, I mean, the problem here is multi fold, really. First off, Iran's IRGC having a nuclear weapons is one concern. But the bigger concern I think, especially for Israel is that Hezbollah and Hamas will get nuclear weapons clandestinely and deploy them without Iranian fingerprints on them. And I mean, there are literally on your doorstep, Iran is at least some distance away. That's, I think the biggest concern am I correct about that? You are correct. So Iran can hit the threshold capacity. Maybe it doesn't break out. But it could pass on nuclear technologies to its proxies to his ball of the Hamas. They could develop for what we know tactical nuclear weapons. And right on our order. In reality, well, we don't have a nuclear weapon. These guys, hey, we don't have anything to do with these guys. And that was just real with an existential threat. So Iran having a threshold capacity is just intolerable for this country. And it's interesting yesterday, the foreign minister Europeans met with 20 blank in the Secretary of State. And he was up front about it because we will not let Iran have a threshold for that to the English line. Quite say that. He said that all Washington could be on the table. He did not repeat what signal and you would also say was that all optimism. Administration does not say that anymore. And he's actually pressed by a journalist blinking was to save the options include a military option. He does the question. Well, that doesn't surprise me. What's the debate been Israel on this? Clearly, the American media is not doing a great job of covering this particular development, but in Israel, I know they're very concerned. What's the debate been like there about what the options are? It's not even a debate that the truth is really focused on other things. I'm running for being the head of the Jewish agency, the largest Jewish philanthropy in the world. That is from page news every day. No one has wants to be think about the Iranian issue. Press conference yesterday. I thought it was hugely significant. Hugely significant. Maybe it's just too awful to contemplate. But as the winter comes and the skies cloud up in our air force can operate at the same set of freedom as one during the summer in the spring and Iran reaches military grade in Richmond. Their ability to break out while the world is occupied with something else, maybe there'll be a storm somewhere, maybe they'll be an earthquake. And then you wake up from morning, Iran is a nuclear power. It is just like that. That's how the North Koreans even have the Indians. And but we're up. How was it? Completely intolerable situation. And this was the reason why we were applying the sanctions on one of the reasons why we were playing the sanctions on Iran that we were Robert malley just really briefly, we only got a couple of seconds left Robert melly was saying that he would have dropped all the sanctions. Doctor Oren, I got ten seconds to let you respond to that. Yeah, of course. I think we'll do anything possible to get that agreement back. Knowing that in the end, Iran will have a nuclear weapon. Doctor Michael oran, thank you so much for joining us. We're going to stay tuned on that story, believe me..

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"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:31 min | 10 months ago

"michael oran" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"States. Doctor oran, welcome back great to talk to you again, sir. Good to talk to you. Big story coming from the Washington free Beacon. I know that this is something that's gotten a lot of attention in Israel has gotten next to none here in the United States. Adam credo reporting yesterday that U.S. Iran envoy Robert malley, whose name is very familiar to those of us who follow these things, says that the Biden administration is preparing for, quote, a world where Iran doesn't have constraints on its nuclear program. Comments that show how little progress has been made in negotiation with Tehran regarding a return to the JCPOA the 2015 Barack Obama ran deal. Doctor Oren, I mean, if that deal had remained in place, we'd still be dealing with in Iran didn't have any constraints on its nuclear weapons program. I mean, I think that that's one thing that should be said right off the bat. That deal wasn't going to prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons. It only it only had a ten year pause in it, maybe. And that's only if you believed Iran was complying with it. Yes, that's true. It was ultimately going to his line was ultimately going to have an unlimited nuclear program. The big difference was that while it restrained itself somewhat, and some aspects of the program, just on the nuclear enrichment, not a missile development, not on the development of advanced centrifuges, not on developer warheads, didn't do anything about any of that. But when I was going to get paid a 100 billions of dollars that it wasn't going to spend on schools and hospitals, you can believe that. I think the major thing that rob valley is saying, believe it or not is the truth and the truth that has been around for a long time. I've been talking about on these really news. And that is the United States is willing to coexist with an Iran that has threshold capacity. I mean, the ability is created a bomb within a matter of weeks, because you've been a matter of days. Among the professionals, if referred to as Japan like capabilities, there's Japan has that capability, but of course, you can't threaten to wipe anybody off the map or is not supporting financial payers. Big difference. America, that's what's important Biden or other Americans as they say, you know, Iran will never get a bomb on our watch. Yeah, but do they have the ability to make one real quickly? So America may be just for the threshold capacity law. If you can like people honestly will, but as you can simply can, every single war with Hamas, Iran can have threatened to break it out, and this could be a huge constraint on our ability to defend ourselves.

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