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"peter van buren" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"A In the face of COVID living in daily fear of terrorism seems almost a style gic. For me first family plane trip after nine eleven started a Japanese airport were skirt seemed about the same as before but won't be transferred to a domestic flight the world changed. The newly erect TSA tore into US after shouting at my lack of preparedness to present various. Quickly enough they pulled my preteen daughter away and impounded a nail clipper and some sort of medieval looking eyebrow curling device. She started to cry is the story in the in the pilot prep about the eighteen month old was kicked off the plane for not wearing the face diaper. I'm telling American aviation is going to. The answer and it should go the way the EDSEL. These people that were given the most subsidised gift in the history of subsidized gift freer ports, free docking at airports, free security paid for by the American taxpayer when they used to have to pay for it and they should pay for it. Looked at all of us and went. Oh. She people shrapnel face diaper on shut up. Our flight attendants aren't giving you a little bottle of wine or Scotch Mr Church. This is a sterile flight we care about people's safety. Say the Walk Pastors at American Airlines. You could stick your safety sweetheart. Not Safe Two thousand and eleven KIA. Sorrento. Drive everywhere I need to go. Peter van Buren continues. The Tsa T. said harshly or I'm trying to keep you from dying on that airplane. My little one started to say something but I shouted her to be quiet. I learned if some eastern European border checkpoint long ago. The only answer submit and board the Damn plane. So Mitt and we could see grandma tonight at our destination well, Peter you're not allowed to see grandma anymore because you're my killer with the. Hoax. Later as a federal whistleblower, I was placed on some sort of list I could fly but my trip city airport would be met with a firm Sir I need you to step over here. The protocols created to protect me from terrorists had been trysted to turn me into one. Every time I was told I had been randomly selected wonderfully Orwellian and how the TSA workers at least seemed to believe it. I of course, could refuse to hand over my electronics, but TSA would just conference confiscate them. So why resist course I could speak to a supervisor but I'd miss my flight MYO computer took minutes to cold boot and that anger the TSA agents and prolonged my searches. So I bought a fast chromebook to make my surveillance more convenient. And then he goes on that a short as no surprise I wear a mask outside I alone seemed to remember enough from biology class to question. How a soggy piece of cloth or a dust mask with an air escape valve on the side is unlikely to do much like hanging garlic to ward off vampires..

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"peter van buren" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Nine D. right I've just reading to me after the debate last night this is a it's a quite interesting read a Peter Van Buren from the American conservative how did Democrats end up with Joe Biden as our presumptive nominee after three years of preparatory mediafire about diversity in change and show me the electorate with promises of free college alongside the health care all the health care they care to eat Democrats started with six women a couple of black eyes a gay guy and progressive ideas ranging from the necessary to the cookie the full list included thirty players and what do they do they ended up choosing a candidate left over from nineteen fifty eight Joe Biden is old he's tired he's lost the race for president twice already once for plagiarism and once for a line about his education any peers to be in some state of cognitive decline wow between the hair plugs in the botox he looks waxy like grandpa putting themselves out there for one last fling after grandma Obama passed away god rest her soul well man wow the Democrats entire premise is false a misunderstood from selection as a fluke if not an outright scam this was sustained by a relatively small group of disconnected people who through cancel culture peer pressure pressure excuse me and the need to fill twenty four seven media vacuum convinced each other that they were right then it goes on and on I can't read the entire article but then he just blast this one out there something new and I've said this is what really caught my attention and so I got to read parts of this now quick name a single Biden's signature policy because the policy initiative why my story I don't know you're taking your temperature lately now quick name a single bite and signature policy initiative I get that we've we've said that a couple weeks ago last week a week before tell us what is actually promoting and then it continues down further says one writer called Byton success the product of the politics of exhaustion this season a Democrat electorate not anxious for change but just tired of being tired the unrelenting apocalyptic news cycle burn them out and all they want is to put someone acceptable enough in charge when Nancy Pelosi declared the morning of super Tuesday civilization as we know what is at stake in the twenty twenty a lot Alexion they had enough yeah you end up with Joe Biden running on three things he's not trump maybe he'll die in office and his vice president will take over early in his term by the way he's alluded to that he's alluded to it callers to the show have alluded to that yes Byton fans yes what people that would vote for him there okay if a if if if he either bows out and that's the big take over or he passes hi you so you end up with Joe Biden running on three things he's not trump maybe he'll die in office and is vice president will take over early in his term and three Jos cognitive decline appears slightly less severe than trump's not exactly hope and change Biden's candidacy also means sweeping three years this is really huge you and I've talked about it but not put it this way Biden's candidacy also means sweeping three years of democratic messaging under the bed the list of once familiar subjects Joe will not be able to talk about is a long one russiagate imploded on its own impeachment can't bring that up why it's centered on hunter Biden the whole impeachment is centered on his son and eight nobody on the democratic side gonna bring that up presidential bone spurs Biden received five student draft deferments during the Vietnam War same as trump in nineteen sixty eight when his students status was wrapping up Biden was medically reclassified as not available due to asthma yet in his autobiography he describes an active youth as a lifeguard in high school football player he also lied about being on the university of Delaware football team trump's nadie finances after leaving the White House Jonah's wife made more than fifteen million dollars mostly via sweetheart book deals they may nearly twice as much in twenty seventeen as they did in the previous nineteen years combined yeah right the university of Pennsylvania gave Joe was seven hundred and seventy five thousand dollar contract to teach and then was nice enough to grant.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Well no it's not exactly that and you know you have to do this but they will not ever admit that That these conditions were created by government. And they say well look at what. Free-market medicine has done that is so disgusting. Yes it's a massin there's monopolies and we have corporatism and yet they still say that is why we have to have one party. Payer you know and socialize at all and and everything will be fair and the cost will go down. Because they won't have to fill out. Some paperwork is so much demagoguery. Well you know this is something I mean. There's going to be people some of our friends on the progressive side. Criticize what you just said. But here's the thing that they'll never gun GonNa want to admit which is okay. These all of these accused. Candidates accused trump of being an authoritarian. He's a bad horrible guy. But everything as you as you pointed out everything they say and do is at least as authoritarian as trump. You know they are and I think you know. The progressives hopefully will will wake up to that and start understanding that you know. I remember early in the last campaign in sixteen and trump was just barely involved. They asked me what I thought I. He comes across to me as an authority and Because he's been doing these businesses and things and that That needs a strong strong message and he does you know get involved in a use it. So that's the reason why the whole group. Except for our twelve friends up there all authoritarians and they love it they love it and in some are worse than others. Some are worse on economics and some are worse on on monetary or. They're all bad on monetary policy. And some some some are bad on medical policy but but he. I didn't hear any talk about this. You know the reason. We have this mess in this mail distribution of wealth. It's the due to the monetary system. It's designed to do this and of course corporatism you bail out the rich which the liberals would say no. They shouldn't do that. You know they you know even Bernie would agree with that position. He just wants the authority in his pocket his hands and he will design it and know who who really deserves the free stuff and this whole thing about free stuff. You know the old saying that there ain't no such thing as a free lunch and there is no such thing as a free stopped program and I think that's why that's why hall you have a bunch of clowns up there because they're not talking about the problem. The country is morally bankrupt and it's financially bankrupt. Foreign policy is is bankrupt and yet they're just feeling their way and nobody wants to admit the truth. How precarious the situation is but it. It will become known soon and they'll probably Bam blame it on. A virus virus caused all the trouble right. Well you know I've had lunch and some of those communists lunch kitchens and it may be a free lunch but it doesn't taste very good honest with you but you know the fact. Is there as you started out? The show saying there was no meat in the campaign. There was no substance. Here's what Peter Van Buren you know we. He's been at our conferences. He's a friend of ours. Here's what he wrote today and I think he this. This captures it all not a word about foreign policy. China North Korea Iran. Nothing nothing about the Department of Justice. Nothing about impeachment. Few specifics about anything. Not The least of which was healthcare and then he said he all you're going to beat trump like that DEM's come get your people and I read that and I'm thinking why was there. No substance. Well I'll tell you one reason why there's no Tolsey. They wouldn't let her she'd been drawing crowds everywhere. Join crowds everywhere. Bloomberg has drawn a crowd anyway but somehow he gets in and she was out there beating the streets talking to people. She's not even allowed to participate. You know the whole thing smells rig. We have to be pleased though at Baden. And his son was brought up but lo and behold he brought it up defended his son and nobody said one word. He's an angel and Biden himself. Brought it up and it was like it was all plan. Oh if I do that. And all this. You know their their strategy. They're already talking about. How are we gonNA bring these clowns together? And they're going. They're going to have a job but I think that trump trump politically speaking will probably be able to handle them. But I don't know if he can handle every event between now and then but it's almost getting too late for a major crisis hitting and trump suffering. The consequence usually takes monster here to say. Oh yeah trump caused this to happen because everything doesn't come down in twenty four hours but it's a good. It still a possibility that exist. There's some event out there but trump's been pretty smart. I mean He. He laid the foundation for blaming the Federal Reserve He to do the wrong thing and about but in he'll blame the Federal Reserve for not doing enough of the wrong thing and so they they have their ways of of of blaming others for their problems but this is not going to go away. I think the crisis is too big. You know this Monetary debt crisis every single day. And we've talked already several times in budget and they didn't. They didn't express any problem at all with the budget. You know but a lot of free stuff if you need it and did they ever question. Well if we write off the debt of all the students are we offending those people who borrowed the money in good faith and work two jobs and paid it off. Of course where we could do is just voted back. Pay Or something. That's probably what else. Yeah I mean I I think only trump can really defeat trump. He's doing a good job because he's he looks a little unhinged with this tweeting in this and that I mean he's his own worst enemy when it comes to this but I'm going to close by changing the topic a little bit on. This is something that we've been talking about and actually now it's live and that is our conference on May twenty third in Houston put up that first graphic. Here's the first graphic please. Here's our here's our poster about the conference in. It's all about speech. Shut up cancel culture and the war on speech on the campuses in social media in government in society. The idea that if you don't like something you don't just avoid it. You try to cancel.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Work and I really got to think that trump if he were to start a new war I just think it would be a disaster for him politically. I just. Don't think the country as the appetite for it right now. It would be interesting to see if the left became an anti-war again again. Maybe maybe they would. I mean they certainly would be against trump's war I don't know if they'd go anti-war but they would oppose this trump debt. But the absurdity of this all is that I think this is probably more blow back on for the United on the United States part for that that contractor getting killed But the reason that contractor got killed is because the United States in Israel been bombing those five militias into the stone age for the last three months so they decided to lob some bombs back. Yeah so I mean that's what I'm sure it was like holy crap. We we got. We got Sulejmani and we got the other guy right there. Oh pump both of them. We got both of them right there because they they can't and it goes back to these militias were fighting alongside. The United States is against Isis. And it's like they turn on. It's like mm-hmm when I was talking to Scott on the phone today I was like reminds me of nineteen and one thousand nine hundred. It's like Oh yes. Saddam go ahead go into Kuwait Allah. Wait a minute we changed our mind. We don't want you to go into quite. Yeah it's like wait a minute hold on and then we'll start a war over that most likely Saudi who was Saturday's like hey we can't let them go into Kuwait. I mean it. You put yourself in a tough situation. This is the scary thing about it because like we said before it is pretty clear. That Aram doesn't want war with the United States of America and the United States of America doesn't actually want war with Iran. Either I mean certainly there are people who want war with Iran. I think Israel Israel wants the United States of America have a war with Iran. But there's too many people in the military high level people in the military who know what this would cost and they're just like look we we actually can't do this and understand. Also we don't have a draft and draft right now where we're relying on at this fucking volunteer force that is pretty overextended and is going through the longest wars in American history right now and the nation is you know pretty. Oh you know war fatigue or whatever they call it so it's so they don't want it but the problem is that like it's very very easy to start a war and it's it's very hard to end the war and when you have these situations so once you dig your heels in and you go. These Shiite militias are Iran backed militias. Okay okay so this is Iran and then you start bombing them. And you've got these troops stationed over there. Will what if one of them pulls off an attack and kills a few hundred American soldiers. Then what do we do. Then do. We have to go attack around you know. What if this is the thing where you start to see? What's really scary about this situation? Is like look just in and Syria alone. which is really a proxy war against Iran in Syria alone? You have the US you have Assad The Syrian forces you have Iran. You have Israel you have Turkey. You have Russia I mean this has the makings potentially of a World War. And we've been able to avoid that so far but these things can spin out of control. You know by the way credit to Vladimir Putin when those Russian contractors were killed a couple years ago that he didn't really you know pull the trigger therein escalate things but this is always a possibility that what can this thing can really get out of control. So it's just it's A. It was a terrible move by Donald Trump. Peter van Buren said that one thing that we really have going for us as far as not getting into a war with Iran is at the current Iot Tola has more of the kind of temperament it as like a Putin where it's like. Yeah he's not GonNa let he's not going to allow himself to be knocked around but He he no. They don't WanNa get into a war. You're not going to do anything that would cause a real escalation. You know like a nine eleven kind of young yeah. They're not going to do any well. It's weird I think about about it as something that make it look like kind of like I almost think about how like our position as people who who are or against the state that we live under where you go like look like if you WanNa make like a moral argument you could certainly argue that we have the moral right to violently resist our own government but none of us are really trying to do that because we know we're outgunned right now so you kind of try to walk up to the line as much which is you can and like. Let's build up numbers. Let's fuck in resist them. But it's like you know like if ninety nine percent of the society where an caps and then some tax collector showed up. Yep I have no problem being like what's that mister tax collector now. I don't think so but right now I'm like well here. You GO MR tax collector. 'cause we're not quite there yet and I think that's what a lot of these countries are like like. They know they have to stand their ground as much as they can but they know they don't WanNa see a mill direct military conflict with the United States of America. All right guys. Let's take a quick second and thank our sponsor for today's show which is blue..

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"peter van buren" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It's crazy frightening and completely lacking in substance related to national security this is all call me all over again call me was taking notes in his meetings with tromping was embellishing them he was preparing them for eventual leaking which was to then lead to the appointment of a special counsel which happened with Robert Muller they are spying on drop what this was sold more effectively admitted the is that they're spying on trump in the west wing and then they're writing down what they hear or want to hear their memorializing it in memos to themselves exactly what she said fox news can confirm on July twenty six one day after the president's phone call none of this is relevant we've heard the transcript of the call what the whistle blower thinks is relevant it doesn't matter and yet as far as the media is concerned the whistle blower has more credibility than the transcript of the call you want to talk about going crazy we've got the transcript of the phone call it doesn't matter how many whistle blowers claim to have heard something else the transcript is that there were other witnesses the whistle blowers are making it up after collaborating with chef they are making mumbles creating memos to themselves after having spied on truck no I mentioned earlier that there is a C. I. A. technique called a feedback loop here it is explained last night on chance worth Osborne June you're alive on the fox news channel is got a former state department official Peter Van Buren on question do we know more now than we did two weeks ago and enough to justify impeachment are you starting to think that this is a real story or not no it's not the second whistle blower is actually the source for the first whistle blower which means it's all the same thing now this is different than in the capital case where the sent Michael of an audio to find additional victims wherever he could but in fact he simply the source for the first whistle blower the CI a this is an old trick it's called a feedback loop essentially what you do is you set up one of your sources to back up another source and you make it appear that your initial sources more credible by feeding information into the loop that's what seems to be going on here there re purposing they witness as a second whistleblower so the second whistle blowers actually the first is actually original the second was a more informs the first the first whistle blowers says the second was a blower is going to say which feeds the loop so when a second whistleblower surfaces it adds it corroborates what the first one says adds credibility because here's two people don't know each other but they do they're working in concert and does Mr grandparents has here it'll see I trick call the feedback loop again the I was incredulous at this as I was over the steel dossier the steel dossier was made up drivel that was never corroborated had not one fact in it and yet the steel dossier got us a two year Muller investigation that got us an F. B. I. investigation that got us spies embedded or attempted to be embedded in the trump campaign it was all made up there was nothing to it it's not far is a warrants to spy on the trump campaign and it was nothing to it and the whistle blowers are identical there's not a shred of truth to what any of these was implores of sad and unlike the steel dot CA this is easily demonstrated because there's a transcript of the call and yet all Washington is talking about is the whistle blowers and not the transcript of the call now they'll reference the transcript of the call when they think IT help will for the president of Ukraine all of metal in the election no he didn't that's what the whistle blowers says and it is all part of the unending illusion and here's the thing save at previous caller mentioned this I can't say this every day on the drive you people crazy in you'll stop listening but let me not say this for two days in a row and all you watch is a drive by media and you're going to forget that the whistle blowers are fake and phony and you're gonna think the whistle blowers are the story they aren't anyway not a brief time out as time wore marches on back in.

"peter van buren" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Phone call with Ukrainian leader the first whistle blower writes a two page single spaced memo to themselves using dramatic language the whistle blower says a White House official quote described the July twenty fifth call this crazy frightening and completely lacking in substance related to national security this is all call me all over again call me was taking notes in his meetings with tromping was embellishing them he was preparing them for eventual leaking which was to then lead to the appointment of a special counsel which happened with Robert Muller they are spying on drop what this was so blower effectively a minute is that they're spying on trump in the west wing and then they're writing down what they hear or want to hear their memorializing it in memos to themselves exactly what she said fox news can confirm on July twenty six one day after the president's phone call none of this is relevant we've heard the transcript of the call what the whistle blower thinks is relevant it doesn't matter and yet as far as the media is concerned the whistle blower has more credibility than the transcript of the call you want to talk about going crazy we've got the transcript of the phone call it doesn't matter how many whistle blowers claim to have heard something else the transcript is that there were other witnesses the whistle blowers are making it up after collaborating with chef they are making mumbles creating memos to themselves after having spied on truck no I mentioned earlier that there is a C. I. A. technique called a feedback loop here it is explained last night on chance worth Osborne June you're alive on the fox news channel is got their former state department official Peter Van Buren on question do we know more now than we did two weeks ago and enough to justify impeachment are you starting to think that this is a real story or not no it's not the second whistle blower is actually the source for the first whistle blower which means it's all the same thing now this is different than in the cabin case where the sent Michael of an audio to find additional victims wherever he could but in fact he simply the source for the first whistle blower the CI a this is an old trick it's called a feedback loop essentially what you do is you set up one of your sources to back up another source and you make it appear that your initial sources more credible by feeding information into the loop that's what seems to be going on here there re purposing the witness as a second whistleblower so the second whistle blowers actually the first is actually original the second was a more informs the first the first whistle blowers says the second was a blower is going to say which feeds the loop so when a second whistleblower surfaces it adds it corroborates what the first one says adds credibility because here's two people don't know each other but they do they're working in concert and as Mr grandparents has here it'll see I trick called a feedback loop again the I was incredulous at this as I was over the steel dossier the steel dossier was made up drivel that was never corroborated had not one fact in it and yet the steel dossier dot US aid to your mother investigation that got us an F. B. I. investigation that got us spies embedded or attempted to be embedded in the trump campaign it was all made up there was nothing to it it's not far is a warrants to spy on the trump campaign and it was nothing to it and the whistle blowers are identical there's not a shred of truth to what any of these was the lords of sad and unlike the steel dossier this is easily demonstrated because there's a transcript of the call and yet all Washington is talking about is the whistle blowers and not the transcript of the call now they'll reference the transcript of the call when they think IT help will try for the president of Ukraine all in the election no he didn't that's what the whistle blowers says and it is all part of the unending illusion and here's the thing save at previous caller mentioned this I can't say this every day on the drive you people crazy in you'll stop listening but let me not say this for two days in a row and all you watch is a drive by media and you're going to forget that the whistle blowers are fake and phony and you're gonna think the whistle blowers are the story they aren't anyway not a brief time out as time wore marches on back in a moment the left doesn't mater just a free trial they want to destroy him and you his supporters in the October issue of the Limbaugh letter.

"peter van buren" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Americans Daniel Ellsberg wanted to reveal that the US government allied us into the Vietnam War and that is Peter Van Buren a whistle blower and he is saying I got a problem with this what we know about the whistle blower what he says what he claims in how the term team is pushing back big time. when the present the United States who has taken an oath to protect and defend the constitution uses his position to in effect X. toward a foreign government for his own political purposes I think that is very much what the founders worried about in high crimes and misdemeanors Hillary Clinton window not so fast for those pushing the president out the door have you not learn anything from the Russian ruse I'll tell you what we learned yesterday what we know today what the experts not the pundits have to say but a lot of fast breaking news including Nancy Pelosi saying I got a problem of the attorney general's he said that this morning I think the Russians are involved somehow these two craning conversations go figure that one out and now we looks as though as the Congress goes on vacation for a couple of weeks we'll find out what the public thinks joining us now Shannon bream fox's chief legal correspondent host of fox news author of finding the bright side of the art of chasing what matters and all over this with breaking news on your show less I listened of course on the replay showed a welcome back. great to be with you happy Friday of well kinda it's very intriguing Friday it looks like this is this is the Russia the rush investigation on steroids and there the word is as early as October is going to be impeachment articles and the word is is over two hundred and twenty votes for impeachment so why wait. yeah and the thing is when you know you mentioned everybody going on recess today for two weeks and so it's interesting because you have the members of the so called glide saying no we got to go home and talk to our people about this because all along the Democrats said it's really bad for the country to do impeachment but you got to have the people on your side to you need to go home they say talk to them make sure they understand what we're doing and they feel like that at least some of them it's it's the time to go home and build support for this new other teams like the Democrats are now intent on on doing this as a back. so we know about the the whistle blower I find intrigue we know he's is CIA guy we know we know that he did not hear anything first hand we know that he wrote a nine page report that they say is almost perfect they say they do you always got research in it it's got all these things and they also site he also cites the fact that there are other people within the administration they say a half dozen government officials including some of the White House who but who he believes can substantiate his claims and now we're seeing that they're going to see some witnesses go go in front of at I guess some committees see some of these names go forward I guess from the whistle blower and they're gonna be front center. yeah what struck me and a lot of things from reading the complaint when it was released obviously there are underlying things that the administration going to have to talk about and explain and confront but I thought it was interesting that while multiple places in the complaint he talked about more than a half dozen official told me this number White House official told me that and I'm just wondering who those people are in it that the normal course of business that people who are working on in the administration we don't know what capacity they could be people assigned to the White House but he used the term White House officials were telling him so bad that opens a whole nother line of questioning for me because working working at the call White House official either going to other branches if this person is C. I. A. and saying to them Hey we're all talking about this you should know about this crazy phone call will really worried he kept using the words deeply concerned in batches things again odd situation to me I don't know that they'll work that never worked in the White House but I think that people are going to want to know who those people are who his sources are and how that information came to be so widely discussed I think a lot of interesting questions to listen to the part that I found bizarre and it is a good is this is a. and this is a a killer for right reputational killer here's Adam ship you think he's reading from a script but listen cut three this is the essence of what the president communicates I hear what you want I have a favor I want from you though and I'm gonna say this only seven times so you better listen good I want you to make of dirt on my political opponent understand lots of it on this and on that I'm gonna put you in touch with people not just any people I'm gonna put you in touch with Attorney General United States my Attorney General bill Barr he's got the whole weight of the American law enforcement behind him and I'm gonna put you in touch with Rudy you're gonna love him trust me. none of that happened that is not read out and it's it's thank you for so so far afield of what the actual work papers day. Hume said if it's a slam dunk if you have what you need why in the world would you go to that and he said grateful it up with the fact that he that ship has said so many things regarding the Russian situation that didn't pan out the you can understand why people listen to this and see this now okay like this is crying wolf I mean none of those things that he said and there will be people who see that clip and think wow that's terrible that the president was saying like I want you to dig up the dirt on my opponent and lots of it there's nothing even remotely like that there is a transcript so I mean I think he would be confident of an unforced error there because the minute people call him on that they're gonna say listen dude you're exaggerating you're making things up if you have such a good case why are you doing that it makes it look like you don't have a good case I think it was unnecessary on many levels for him to do but I think it only heard to date yeah I I was just struck by the Washington post editorial today Democrats sprint in front of evidence keep in mind when the story broke the pillows he the post reported the two former U. S. officials said trump's interacts with foreign leaders included a promise those regard is so troubling they're prompted an official in the U. S. intelligence community to file a formal whistle blower complaint well it turns out trump makes no promises anywhere in the transcript he makes no threats either indeed it was the right these Ukrainian president who raised the issue of investigating corruption not trump we wanted to drain the swamp here in our country he said you're a great teacher for us and that he told the president Katie tour of NBC claimed that the transcript shows trump said will do you a favor will you will you do me a favor investigate vice president Biden's son no he didn't say that when trump as Elena ski the president of Ukraine he said this do us a favor it had nothing to do with Joe Biden that was in the transcript and they go on and they're the ones who counter all the hyperbole that's out there. The Washington Post. yeah I mean it is there a Saint maybe it's time to tap the brakes he now it may be too late for folks on the hill the work then because we can both by direct claim victory as we saw when the complaint came out and with the transcript came out but what did that will give the Democrats do now I mean medical of the a lot of people think the speaker's been very smart was and she'd been on the help for decades she knows how to play thing what she has essentially said we're gonna move forward with its formal inquiry a lot of people think was already under way and plus she did she had no intention for the actually go to a vote in the house not the impeachment issue but whether the inquiry should officially start I and my understanding is that they did ninety eight they had a vote before they actually moved forward with the initial inquiry they're not gonna do that this time around so she signal to people like Hey this is for real we're doing impeachment without having to take any formal that so she's kind of trying to it seemed like meet all the demands of homepage known you were you know what I charge full steam ahead with the impeachment and those are like yeah I don't like it but honestly came from swing districts that we flipped away from from a two democratic gonna put it in a bad position I know everybody goes home to think about it for two weeks so you know it it raises a lot of questions but the Democrats went so far so fast on this before anyone had seen the complaint or the transcript there now both out there for everybody to see you know I don't know how easy it is for them to back I don't they okay maybe it's not everything we thought it was let's take a broad I think they they got the parts tough for them to do that. now I I mean I talked to two people in the White House and the word shell shocked is being thrown around they're not I know the you know there is sent to their benefit to say to me via was shocked to the core but the easily this is this is Phil is a sadly they feel like they've been through this movie before I want you to hear Jay secolo told us on fox and friends this morning is the president's attorney about the complaint and what he thinks about who wrote it cut twelve this individual had no first hand knowledge of anything nothing had no idea said it so when you start with the witness saying Stephen Brian I have no knowledge of the events on depicting here and I'm basing this on conversations I had with colleagues of mine and I think they're trustworthy what do you know what they heard it correctly well I don't know because I don't have first hand knowledge do you think the whistle blower drafted that complaint I mean realistically. I mean this look totally phraseology the end notes in the footnotes this wasn't drafted by what what are the what was that this individual this was written by a law firm..

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"peter van buren" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"If you look at the numbers, the percentage increase in drug violence in in violence displaced, people it went through the roof anybody with any brain wanted to get out of there. And so you look what's the root problem? It's people like Hillary meddling in other countries affairs that causes these problems. Daniel mcdan- mcadams is executive director of the Ron Paul institute for peace and prosperity a few moments on the what I believe the president rightly describes as a witch hunt. This Muller investigation of so-called collusion with the Russians in the twenty sixteen election. Is it possible is it ever possible for the people who hate this president so much to realize that Hillary was such a flawed candidate? And we'd had plenty of a sample size of what Hillary Clinton was all about that Americans just rejected her had nothing to do with Vladimir Putin had had nothing to do with Russian bots or hundreds of thousands dollars in in Facebook ads or or trolls or a meeting at Trump Tower with a Russian attorney it had to do with the fact that Hillary was such a flawed candidate. I mean and the other question I have for you Daniels. How can Hillary Clinton after living with Bill Clinton for that long? Still be so politically unsavory. That's true. He was he was swamp. I mean, he's smooth and that and that was pretty annoying for those eight years, but you know, you're right. Look at the empty seats. Whenever Hillary spoke. You know, all of the difficulties her, terrible speaking. But then look at Trump who was in. I'm not I'm not I'm like NAS to come a political agnostic, you know. So I I don't I'm not in any camp. But Trump did a great job. He has one policy was great. It was almost Ron Paul foreign policy. Hey, what's what's so bad about getting along with the Russians? He was up front about it. And America wanted to hear that, you know, what is so bad at this is not nineteen fifty you know. So, you know, it's interesting. There was a hearing on the hill today with the Google Google. You saw. Jerry, Nadler thought he was going to have his big moment. And he said have you looked into the Russian info advertising and Google affect on tried to sway the election and the CEO executive said, yeah, we get a very very intense analysis. It took about forty thousand dollars an of four thousand dollars an ad four thousand dollars four thousand bucks. Yeah. I didn't even say it wasn't even Putin. Russia linked account could be anyone. Yeah. That's that's way, the electoral college four thousand dollars four thousand bucks and here Hillary spending a billion dollars. Thank god. She's not in charge of our money. No doubt. But, you know, Daniel tune in charge of the bed. Daniel Daniel, here's here's just in the closing moments here that we have together. Robert muller. This thing has gone from Russian collusion to possible. Obstruction of Justice, which there is no proof of that. The president can fire anybody like an FBI director James Comey at any time for any reason. Now, it's too payoffs and campaign finance when does this ever end. Does it ever end? It's a great. It's a great thing. I mean, it's one of the few times I feel like we might be winning a little bit. You know on our side were used to losing a lot. But you know, we put up on the wrong policy websites and Peter van Buren. Who's a terrific guy? Take department former State Department employees in in a really great observer of the scene and the title says it all Muller's investigation is missing one thing a climb. That's it. Exactly. They've got everything, but a crime, they got everything, but actual evidence that had anything to do with Russia and halting the election in any way, shape or form. It was just some of the Michael Flynn the posted via smart guy, head of the DIA. He goes he goes and meets with the FBI without his lawyers. Come on. You know? I mean, it was the boneheaded move. They got him in a trap. But other than that. There's there's just nothing there. You wanna talk about traps in the Miller investigation tomorrow night. I'll have on the air somebody that I, you know, very, well everybody knows now a doctor Jerome Corsi. And and what's happened to him has just been absolutely abominable that they would they would treat this man this way and try and put the screws to him. But you know, what he's fighting back to I I I give drum corps. See a lot of credit for his fight against Muller. And and this really corrupt investigation. Don't you? I do. And I my only hope is that he comes out of this his notoriety is increased so much hope he could turn it into a couple of bucks. If he certainly deserves. It got a new book out silent. No more. So maybe maybe he can monetize that. Yeah. Absolutely. So I mean, do do you see this ending soon? This smaller thing audience. What do you think the outcome's going to be? I mean, I think the Democrats try to breathe new life into it. You know, but it's like a Frankenstein monster where where else is there to go on this? You know, they have as you know, every couple of months, the Washington Post and New York Times. Breathless headlines. Finally, we got we got it doesn't pan out when you look at the nineteen indictments. But most of those are for people in Russia. We have no idea who they are. We have no idea what they did. We have to go on their word for it. They'll never have to prove it in a court of law, and they're just patting this thing. So I think they're gonna try to do it. I think they might find themselves with some maybe some people will put on some yellow vet. Democrat. That'd be awesome. I I don't I don't want any monuments to burn or anything. No way, no way. But yeah. It just looks like it's just never ending ball of BS. And it just keeps getting bigger and bigger and bigger with with no results. No proof. No, nothing. That ties to President Trump. What what I don't understand is. He's going to be president. Why wouldn't he have a meeting with ambassador? Not only of Russia. France, Finland NEW GUINEA, whatever. Hey, I'm coming. I'm coming into office. I'm going to start off on the right foot doesn't want to have good relations with all of you to stand up and cheer. This is a good thing doesn't every national security advisor have meetings is as you're doing a transition with people like Kislyak and the others. Yeah. Unless he's totally leave the should. And they're calling the Logan act violations. It's incredible incredible incredible web they woven for themselves. And I hope they get tangled in it. Daniel Dan, mcadams, the executive director of the Ron Paul institute for peace and prosperity. I thank you for all of his time tonight. Great guests, and hopefully, we'll talk again sometime in the future. Thanks so much for having me on you bet as great Daniel mcadams on the nightcap coming up a regular appointment with a forensic psychologist. Dr John Huber joins us after the news in minutes of the nightcap on seven hundred wwl w you're talking about it. We're talking..

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"peter van buren" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Jonathan Katz, his hand was at cats on earth. Don't add him though. And so van Buren said something which was like a zombie reference. I hope Magda guy each your face. And so then this guy cats, he, he said, I'm going to tell on you in response to Peter van Buren, and then he did and he got van Buren kicked off in it. So then van Buren Email me and said, hey, would you let people know that this is what happened and sent me a screen shot. And so then I posted that screen shot and I didn't even tag cats in the tweet. You know, when I just said that, you know, including, here's the screen shot of the boohoo little bitch. I could say that on your show, right? Here's the screen shows booboo little bitch that that tattletale on Peter van Buren got him kicked off. And so then this morning, I don't know if it was cats or if it was somebody else on his behalf towel tail on me on then Daniel mcadams also artigue knee last night and said the same thing what little bit this guy can. That's is. And so then that's it for me mcadams. And you know, I got one of these. You're temporarily suspended for twelve hours as long as you delete tweeden apologize, but I can't believe the tweet because locked out of my account. So I don't know. And then actually I'm just taking the opportunity to quit Twitter. So sick, goddamn Twitter anyway. So I'm just gonna quit and go back to reading books with my spare time. Far behind on my book than read like half of those, not even, but it's it's such a, you know, it is Twitter really is like a cesspool and there's so much terrible shit that goes on there. But at the same time, I just hate to see you off there because I just think you're you're such an important voice and for all the bullshit that's out there on Twitter, you know, there are a lot of people who like kind of find your work on there. So it's it's just a shame. Yeah. Now, you know what I mean? It's such a even without this guy. Jonathan cats ain't nothing, but a bunch of people crybaby in about what everybody else said all day. When I'm offended that you said a thing that hurt my feelings and it's all just so childish now, I mean, even as Saraji on, oh, where she's racist against white people in hoc-, writes for the New York Times, aditorial pace. So what there's a genocide or or going on right now, and we're crying about who her who's feelings and what color they were at the time that they said it and whatever. I'm just so over it man. I really don't care. Yeah, it does. It does seem like, and there's something. Yeah, I was talking about this recently with a with Tom woods, but he was in New York this week, and we went out to grab lunch and I was almost like it's like there's this, this tribal thing where we're that issue you're talking about with the latest member of the New York Times. Editorial board was tweeting out a bunch of stupid shit about white men. And you know, basically the left wing kind of talking points these days on white men or whatever, and but there is something about it where all see that shit and it makes me fierce at times and I'm like, man, fuck these guys. And then I almost have to check a thing in myself where I'm like, oh, man, I'm falling into the same tribal bullshit that every that I always complain that everybody else falls into. And this is almost to me why you have the rise of the alt-right. It's like, because the left wing people go crazy about this race. Shit. They respond to it with like, well, you're going after my tribe. Then I'll go after your tribe and then everyone fucking forgets that hundreds of thousands of people are dying in Yemen and twenty trillion dollars in debt. And we're throwing people in prison for smoking a fuck. Implant, and that's actually what's..

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"peter van buren" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Network. The free country in the world when you rock more of your own people in page than any other country in the world. The lesson of what should have been for never found another young rebel as part of American soldiers, smallest government and history, and it's become the biggest government in world. At the end of the day, it's all about free. Here's grows. Hello? Hello, what's up? Everybody. Welcome to a brand new episode of part of the problem. Very quick announcement before we get into the show. We are changing the schedule. As I've told you for a couple of months now we were going to do once we got into the studio, so I don't conflict with my ESI Cup appearances. So the new, the new schedule is we're gonna be recording, live Sundays and Wednesdays at noon. Okay. So the same amount of episodes, everything's the same. It'll be out the next day, but starting next week, instead of Monday and Friday, it's going to be Sunday and Wednesday at noon, live on gas digital network dot com. Okay, very excited to have a my guest on the show today, who is the the most? He has the most part of the problem guest appearances of anyone in the world because he's the most incredible human being. I know the most important voice on the most important issue. The now deployed formed Scott Horton. How. Are you doing sir with update? Thanks for having me. Now, of course, dude, it's always a pleasure to talk to you. We literally never have enough time to talk on podcast for for as much as I want to. So there's a, there's been a bit of a. I mean, these things seem to happen in waves, but there's been a bit of a social media purge over the last week or so, the big news that people are talking about is that Alex Jones, I guess, within like twenty four hour period. He was kicked off of Facebook, YouTube and apple, which seems like they are coordinating. I, I don't know. Now I don't like anybody's speech being, you know, I don't like anybody being deployed formed. However, what really got me worked up and kind of terrified is that I saw Justin Raimondo tweet out. This is how I found out about it that you and Daniel mcadams who am I to foreign policy gurus have have both been kicked off Twitter what the. Heck is going on. Well, some, I mean, I don't think this is really a purge like what's happened, Alex Jones that was clearly about him and his content, and they kind of went after him in that way, which I agree with you, I think, is horrible. You know, whatever is problem is he shouldn't be kicked off only sins, but what happened with me and Dan was simply that Peter van Buren, who's the former State Department officials wrote the book. We meant well about his time in Iraq and his regular guests on my show. He was making fun of these media people because he was saying back when he worked at the State Department, he would lie to that all the time and they were such a bunch of Johnson. They never questioned it. They never contradicted and they would always repeat his lies. They would never question his massive omissions when he was instructed to don't tell them that part and that kind of thing. And so an and this was all in response to a tweet yesterday. I think it was yesterday the day before yesterday by Donald Trump's in the media starts wars. And so then all these media people saying, what? What are you talking about? What wars did we ever starting? So of course, you know name, oh, Iran, via Syria, Afghanistan. All the rest of them, all of them and all of them, of course. And in fact, even Chris Wallace revolves news cycle high, never. But so he was making fun of this. This lady who's a freelance person who's written some garbage in passing and something for the New York Times or something. And so he got into a fight with this guy who I'm not even sure who this got rights force names..

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"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Allow unrestricted inspections are designed to force failure says this author and you can disagree eight eight eight six seven three fourteen fifty i want to go over some different takes on this so that we can really dial the sin iran's ballistic missile program was purposely never part of the joint comprehensive plan of action as a learned during the cold war trained to throw every problem into the same pot assured no agreement could ever be reached trump trying to add the missile program on three years after the agreement was signed in only outside the norms of diplomacy and the art of dealmaking ballistic missile capability lies at the heart of iran's defense sanctions have already kept the country from fielding any signal efficient air force in memories of tehran of iraqi airstrikes on it cities in nineteen eighty when iran lacked the capability to to retaliate lie deep the missile program is the cornerstone of iranian selfpreservation and thus understood to be nonnegotiable while the twenty thirty agreement and date is to what the trump trump administration is to a ticking time bomb iran will asli lie in wait springing all into nuclear status twelve years from now leaving aside the original agreement that was negotiated with such a deadline and american policy has generally been for presents to honor agreements in place as they take office the worry over in iran of the future going nuclear is only drama but are you say uncle melty say he's wrong okay you know here's here's what i wanted to bring this up at ballistic missile okay we we ran into this with north korea north korea was blustering they had tested loosely we knew they had nukes they had the bombs they had no delivery okay what stopped them the lack of delivery so if we let this go on and iran can develop a ballistic missile system for delivery then they don't have to create a bomb nick inches by one and hook it on the tip of their missile that they've made and deliver delivery is more important than the bomb itself okay and that was left out of this agreement so peter van buren goes on to say that the likely effects of walking away from the agreement our global iran may immediately kick start its nuclear program tehran's hegemony efforts in iraq yemen lebanon syria would remain untouched if not intensify in retaliation iran's current missiles will still be able to.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And we'll take your calls of course eight eight eight six seven three or fourteen fifty i've got uncle milton and i wanna take you back twelve years ago before obama trader administration came into play and back even even far back into the bush years bush just bush should not have a successful amount of years in the middle east by about twelve years ago in the middle east syria was at peace with its neighbors this is coming from an article i'm from some somebody with the the ron paul camp to kind of give you a different version of today what they thought was going to happen today and what would happen if we pulled out of the deal and they said the united states happy to outsource torture to assad is part of the war on terror turkey was a democracy russia mostly a non player in the region didn't hear much about russia and iran was timidly facing the american military onto of its borders and this author said you know there's more that looks like strategy in twenty thirty even assuming iran could surreptitiously keep its nuclear development going such to to pop out of the cake in twelve years with a nuclear surprise washington's demand for an indefinite extension of limits on iran's nuclear activities is political theater so what it was talking about was coming may twelfth the foreign policy crisis is what they were saying and this is author peter van buren he said president donald trump slightly decision and actually it came in today tonight continue waving sanctions on iran under the joint comprehensive plan of action will significantly increase the chances of war the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action that was signed by russia and china and most of western europe requires the american president to certify every three months nuclear iran's nuclear program in compliance with the deal in return the next quarter's economic sanctions are waived against the islamic republic and so this came courtesy of obama earlier this year trump warned that he was way waiting sanctions for final time setting a may twelfth deadline for significant changes in the agreement to be made so failing those changes trumps non signature would trigger sanctions to snap into place so the changes trump is insisting on reduce iran's ballistic missile capability renegotiate the deals end date and.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"You can disagree eight eight eight six seven three fourteen fifty i want to go over some different takes on this so that we can really dial the sin iran's ballistic missile program was purposely never part of the joint comprehensive plan of action as a learned during the cold war trying to throw every problem into the same pot assured no agreement could ever be reached trump trying to add the missile program on three years after the agreement was signed in only outside the norms of diplomacy and the art of dealmaking ballistic missile capability lies at the heart of iran's defense sanctions have already kept the country from fielding any significant air force in memories of tehran of iraqi airstrikes on its cities in nineteen eighty when iran lacked the capability to to retaliate lie deep the missile program is the cornerstone of iranian selfpreservation and thus understood to be nonnegotiable while the twenty thirty agreement end date is to what the trump trump administration is to a ticking time bomb iran will nefarious lie in wait springing will into nuclear status twelve years from now leaving aside the original agreement that was negotiated with such a deadline and american policy has generally been for presidents to honor agreements in place as they take office the worry over in iran of the future going nuclear is only drama what do you say uncle melty say he's run okay here's here's what i wanted to bring the ballistic missile okay and that was left out of this agreement so peter van buren goes on to say that the likely effects of walking away from the agreement our global iran may immediately kick start its nuclear program tehran's hegemonic efforts in iraq yemen lebanon syria would remain untouched if not intensify in retaliation iran's current missiles will still be able to reach jerusalem what do you think well missiles can reach so the whole thing is you have to stop it all but you can't leave out the ballistic missile.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Take your calls of course eight eight eight six seven three or fourteen fifty i've got an uncle milton and i want to take you back twelve years ago before obama a trader administration came into play and and back even even far back into the bush years bush bush should not have a successful amount of years in the middle east by about twelve years ago in the middle east syria was at peace with its neighbors this is coming from an article i'm from somebody with the ron paul camp to kind of give you a different version of today what they thought was going to happen today and what would happen if we pulled out of the deal and they said the united states happy to outsource torture to assad is part of the war on terror turkey was a democracy russia mostly a non player in the region didn't hear much about russia and iran was timidly facing the american military onto of its borders and this author said you know there's more that looks like strategy in in twenty thirty even assuming iran could surreptitiously keep its nuclear development going such to to pop out of the cake in twelve years with a nuclear surprise washington's demand for an indefinite extension of limits on iran's nuclear activities is political theater so what it was talking about was coming may twelve the foreign policy crisis is what they were saying and this is author peter van buren he said president donald trump slightly decision and actually it came in today tonight continue waving sanctions on iran under the joint comprehensive plan of action will significantly increase the chances of war the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action that was signed by russia and china and most of western europe requires the american president to certify every three months nuclear iran's nuclear program in compliance with the deal in return the next quarter's economic sanctions are waived against the islamic republic and so this came courtesy of obama earlier this year trump warned that he was waving sanctions for final time setting a may twelfth deadline for significant changes in the agreement to be made so failing those changes trumps non signature would trigger sanctions to snap into place so the changes trump is insisting on reduce iran's ballistic missile capability renegotiate the deals end date and allow unrestricted inspections are designed to force failure says this author and.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"For canter fitzgerald what's up on ninety eight floor could print of many of our friends in charlotte that god in that plane hit it in a plane cost the building let me read couple of excerpts from her statement she said i do understand that a post while on my personal social media could be taken out of context or even be misread she goes on to say so it's interesting to me many non people of color of taken offense and read through their own lens of bias my statement and then she says i do not feel any safer today in america after giving up our privacy go back to a two thousand fourteen blog on huffington post and updated in two thousand seventeen written by peter van buren titled what we've lost since nine eleven or she says watch the michael moore film from two thousand four fahrenheit nine eleven said this topic has been debated many a time by white america and beyond but that also was not the focus of my post in the that portion michael moore is an idiot out on the table has nothing to do with race i disagree with many most of the bombast excitement he makes his well i think the distinction i take it adding elected official in i think we're the sixteenth largest city in the country now everything you do and say whether it's your personal private property and you're representing an elected body of eleven in the mayor and you gotta be careful what you say i am extremely cautious and careful with anything i put out on social media because i know that will be determined at some point in the future from the previous race until you have to be careful about what you say there is no private facebook page when you're an elected official there's an online petition calling for her to resign where do you come down on that there's no way she's going to resign i mean the wanna is a for four years witten sat next to her she's a tough cookie sheets there's no way she's even thinking about resigning i will say this because i went onto i took our producer facebook page last night and she's got some other stuff out there it would give me serious concern if our voter in district six excuse me three.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Applaud larkin for lease any disagreed with it it shows what the body is and the body doesn't like to be overly critical of the members of the small group but i do think everyone awhile a member may do southend that you need to stand up for what's right i absolutely disagree with what she posted i think the follow up to turn it on to try to make it a racial issue just so further divisions in our community or an issue that has nothing to do with rice it was a traumatic time for our country a friend of mine who my class at chapel hill worked for canter fitzgerald was up the floor should prints of many of our friends from charlotte but you know died in that plane hit it in a plane calls the building the fall now let me read couple of excerpts from her statement last night and she said i do understand that a post while on my personal social media could be taken out of context or even be misread she goes on to say so it's interesting to me many non people of color of taken offense and read through their own lens of bias my statement and then she says i do not feel any safer today in america after giving up our privacy go back to a two thousand fourteen blog on huffington post and updated in two thousand seventeen written by peter van buren titled what we've lost since nine eleven or she says watch the michael moore film from two thousand four fahrenheit nine eleven and said this topic has been debated many a time by white america and.

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"peter van buren" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"peter van buren" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Questions whatever else they say is just propaganda i'm glad were discussing spying on americans blitz cut the bullshit here and be honest this is a system that was built up supported authorized by democrats and republicans alike and if the republicans were truly concerned about these powers and not just using it for their stupid partisan crusade then we'd have a great and worthy battle in front of us but they are and neither of the leaders of the democrats this isn't newness and the gop versus the democrats and the noble intel community this is a battle between our civil liberties and our rights and the addiction of a relatively small number of elite politicians with disproportionate power to keep the mass surveillance operation going oh cat scan on with show oh joining me now to discuss the current state of affairs with the newness memo carter page the foreign intelligence surveillance act reauthorization and warrantless spying i'm joined now by two people peter van buren spent twenty four years working for the us state department and he spent a year in iraq his book on his time there is called we meant well how i helped lose the battle for the hearts and minds of the iraqi people and we're joined by julian sanchez he's a senior fellow at the cato institute and has done extensive work on surveillance the faisal process and abuses of civil liberties i welcome you both to intercepted thank you thanks for having me julian let's begin with you your analysis of the newness memo and also the current discourse on it i mean this seems largely like a partisan stunt designed to essentially create the impression and people who are not reading it very closely that some kind of scandal has been on.

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