17 Burst results for "Peter Vincent"
"peter vincent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Manipulate the information that people read because so much many people get their information and the internet way there's a all they are about to the fact of the way they're going to vote just by the information they get and it's been pretty persuasively demonstrated I think by some independent scholars that that they can swing a lecture no they didn't try to do this in twenty sixteen because they figured Hillary had it in the bag. but they're going to come after us trump you know with everything they got away with their with their algorithms their their Google out algorithms exactly you're right you're an expert on many things you work for the CIA I can only imagine what I don't know what I'm not reading about you but I noticed that one of your expertise areas is not only MPs but cyber warfare yeah art of cyber warfare and off at the bad guys think of cyber warfare is a combined arms operation to them a nuclear EMP attack for example as part of cyber warfare of physical sabotage can be part of cyber war for these things could be used in court nature. of cyber use this information weapon tried to influence people they can be extremely powerful and all that you know it's it's demonstrated there's been. excellent studies done in fact there's even a person who's a Liberal Democrat professor who has been going around I think it's been a tough Carlson a couple of times talking about about how his about his very persuasive findings of fact I I he thinks that I think he's right that the off that we lost the house in these recent elections due to want to Google using cyber all information Google is bigger than most national governments Google needs to be broken up everybody knows that trump of course has its hands tied by these unfair attacks these lies and part of the strategy of Google is to work with the Democrats to keep them off base as they will know the best defense is a good offense so they're keeping this man constantly off base I frankly don't know how trump takes it. Peter Vincent spry Dr Peter Vincent Price exacted director of task force on national homeland security. would you come back with us tomorrow where we can go into a little more detail on this current crisis that has been unleashed upon America and the world by the hello see gang I'd like to get into how she's violated a broken the constitution and how all of us as Americans Democrats independents are now in a whole New World where an accusation could destroy us because she is destroyed jurisprudence I'd love to discuss that with you tomorrow if you have an opportunity to join us the light it too I'm not a big fan of your show and and I'm thrilled to be on the savage nation I guess I should have worked in the CIA when I was a young man I would've been happier. I don't think so if you believe. you know I I got to talk with you about them sometimes I wish there had been a spy I sometimes think I would be much happier working there as an actual field agent. given that I like to live in such a world but we'll talk about that another time Dr Peter Vincent Price a great American Ellie back with us tomorrow in.
"peter vincent" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I think it was almost everything God. Yes. With the green hair nineteen nineteen forty eight. He was on the business early. Like, you guys were well, he was even younger than us. Yeah. Right. Talk to Roddy. Mcdowell on Roddy was Roddy did how green was my valley at seven or eight years old thing like that. Yes, amazing forked with him at least twice riday McDowell. I worked I he was in class of eighty four. Out. Yeah. That was a that was that. How do you say this polite it echoed asphalt jungle? It was an updating of that. And Robbie's performance was just terrific Roddy could move you. And and the also there was something to Dorrell about Roddy. So what he came in? He realized what the what the power was of a fright night. And he was desperate the play. Peter, vincent. And then he came up with the image of of the lion from the cowardly lion from wizard of Oz. And a well, he was you know, both moving and funding in Doral. And if you look at fright night, the one that makes it go is Charlie Brewster, the teen whose who sees the vampire next door chopping down on a girl, but but the heroes, but he's on purpose during the entire. Thing but the hero's journey Peter Vincent Rodman Dell because he's faking a eighties coward. Ham, actor who doesn't believe any of the movies that he made. I mean, I I ended up having lunch one day with Christopher Lee. Wow. Christopher league could have been Roddy McDowell except he had absolutely no sense of humor. Well, tell us none whatsoever. But he was the ham actor of all time. Of course, we'll tell us who you wanted for the part for for. I wanted Vincent Price. But but Vincent, I mean because I grew up with Vincent Price or no. And I wanna vincit, but he was he was he was in failing health at that at that time, and then Roddie had me to dinner at his house within price and his wife coral Browne, and I you know, I mean, I think to myself only I brought my autograph book, I mean, as so many places all my life. I think that, but I didn't because a SIEM, you know, in bad taste, or and so I said down with Vincent Price and all wanted to talk about was the Roger Corman movies and all the one that talk about was his new cookbook. That's great. True. It's true. It was a mom and the character is named Peter Vincent why? Well for for for for for Vincent Price, and Peter Cushing ego. They were they were my two favorite actors growing up watching horror movies in the fifth of the both. Sure. So Chris the was full of himself. Oh, he was suffering. I say it was at a party that was full of ex pats British expats in in Hollywood. And I I also wanted to talk to him about, you know, about how great I thought he was an all those all those hammer Phil, and I couldn't get a word in edgewise because he just finished playing Soren in in Lord of the rings. Yes. That sounds right. And all he wanted to do is talk about that. And I give him credit for that. Because he was he was forward looking. And he I don't know what he was then he's probably in his eighties. You know, but he wasn't going to stop. But he really he really was Peter Vincent without the humor. And I heard he was such an egotist that when he put on like any monster makeup. He kept his to pay on. I believe it eleven mummy movies. The bandages over his to pay. I wouldn't be surprised. I'm gonna put you on the spot. You wanna hear a pretty good Vincent Price impression, Tom? Yes. Sure. Yeah. I met him twice. And it was health costs exciting. One time. I was a regular on Thicke of the night that Alan Thicke talk show, and I went on and did a bit and I was doing imitations. And after I get off I feel a large hand on my shoulder, and I turn around it's fencing price, and he goes a live your P to lure imitation. Can you do Peter Laurie? Oh, yes. Eddie do PR Lori. Okay..
"peter vincent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"This has been fascinating research from it. Always Dr Peter Vincent Price. And we were originally going to talk a little bit about China. But actually, this is China's a huge component in this. And. Let's just make a what's his hit third gear? I have often thought you hear about these giant cities that they've built nobody lives in and all these shops and restaurants is waiting to be used. But they're not. And it's almost as though as somebody gave a child unlimited expense account, you know, with a with a some sort of a cobalt colored a credit card, and I'm wondering how long let me try and shorten this a little bit coming in and get one of our pickup trucks. We got a million trucks on our lot right now. We've got to get rid of them because we got them twenty nine coming to come by our trucks for pizza combat truck. And I'm thinking that they make up just gone a little bit. I think they've got a bridge too far with their economy. And I'm thinking you're thinking the same thing. Yeah. The Chinese economy Joe. Yeah. Yes. I. You know, they've they've been certainly counting on a lobbying us and. That could be very dangerous for us. If China into an economic crisis. As could happen. You know, we are at the nature of our of our of our military. Of our military capabilities right now, thanks to President Obama. President Trump has just passed a big defense budget. All right, but spending pass defense budget is not the same thing as recovering your military strength. We are still stuck with your bomb military, and our our conventional and nuclear forces have never been weaker relative to those of of of Russia and relatives for those China. Frankly, didn't he fire or forced into retirement? Most of the people who are actually capable at running a military. I guess we did. Yeah. Obama did he he does the generals and personnel. That's part of the problem with the state, and why the government doesn't work so well anymore. You know, the people we've got left or are bureaucrats who were unwilling to resign or get fired to fight against bad Obama policies that were posed upon all the various departments. That's one of the reasons I I was a little disappointed in some of the Trump appointments with her first year. He was he's following the advice of the establishment Republicans. I think he was putting out a fig-leaf to the establishment Republicans to try to unify the party again by taking their advice on who the bring back into the government. And I wish that he had brought back a lot of the people who had resigned or, but it's tired by a bottle. Those were the best people to bring back. Okay. Dot the people who were just promoting people who were still in the system. Okay. Who had gone along? Got went and got a gone along to get along. But to go back to the China situation. You know, if China does get into economic trouble, and I hope they do. I mean, I I hope they do. But that's not a risk-free situation for us because they're going to have to make a calculation about whether this weather the economic problem is gonna be a long decline for them. And we'll have the correlation of forces just gonna start shifting and they will have to make a decision their general staff their political leadership will have to make a decision about. Well, do we act while we are still strong enough where do we act while the correlation of forces between us and the United States favors us over the United States pretty decisively, especially when they are allied with Russia..
"peter vincent" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"That it will destroy latronic patch finalists like through people's bodies and doesn't pose a direct threat and that way but if you're flying on an airplane and the electronics go you can come crashing out of the sky if it destroys the electric infrastructure so we don't have any food or water anymore millions of people with die from starvation and disease and it can be caused naturally by the sun we're most concerned about it you magnetic superstorm that happens once every century or so like eighteen fifty nine carrington event this could destroy electric rich worldwide and put billions of lives at risk were concerned about a nuclear emp attack that could be done by russia china north korea iran if it gets the bomb or or or terrorists anybody who gets their hand on even a single primitive nuclear weapon could do this what a nuclear weapon detonated at three hundred kilometers altitude over the united states could put a field overall north america putting electron extra risk over that entire area and then there are non nuclear weapons called radio frequency weapons that have more localized effects but even these could cause they nationwide blackout if you knew which transformers to attack just a handful of them up you know perhaps a dozen of them that the right place at the right time to basically take down the national grid and under civilization peter probably we're going to have to policy for a moment you've graciously agreed to give a second segment so we'll be able to drill down a little bit more on several of these incredibly important points and most especially to talk about why after years of warnings those you've individually made and those of the emp threat commission for which you've worked and many others of us we still have these volmer abilities and are still therefore very much at risk we'll be right back with more with dr peter vincent pry the executive director of the test force on national and homeland security the author.
"peter vincent" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"Of american democracy at an increasingly dangerous world this is secure freedom radio with frank gaffney acted as assistant secretary of defense for international security policy under president ronald reagan founder and president of the center for security policy in washington dc the go to man for defense and foreign policy issues joined by the greatest minds in the security policy business the special forces in the war of ideas at secure freedom radio with frank gaffney welcome to secure freedom radio this is frank after your host and guide for what i think of as an intelligence briefing all the war for the free world a bad from home i have learned traditionally about the war for the free world particularly the homefront aspects of that war and most especially the vulnerability of one of the key elements of our security indeed of our existence as a nation is our first guest he is dr peter vincent pry perhaps best known at least of late for his appearances on mark levin's new program on fox news he appeared there are several weeks ago i understand he's coming back by popular demand this weekend at sunday evening i believe at eleven o'clock is it peter yes that's right it's ten o'clock ten pm eastern standard time the mark levin we'll be replaying an interview that we had just a short while ago.
"peter vincent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"This really i must say i almost fellows my chair when i saw this he put up a diagram showing up three warhead now new for depicted reporting from the international atomic energy agency that the run and this as part of this project had designed had come up with fourteen different designs for atomic warheads that they could sit inside a high explosives ranch we've vehicle for the shop three missile that was their best medium range missile time now why we want wanna do that much harder to design any comic bom introduced to change the shape of rear re entry vehicle to comedy atomic bomb we just changed re entry vehicle she leads to the question which and we're speaking with dr peter vincent pride because you were chief of staff of the congressional commission what you're explaining here and if we go back to two thousand three and then we also have to assume that iran they're openly working with north korea so it wouldn't be a stretch to say that iran obtain some sort of nuclear capability before two thousand three so if we add to that doctor probably what you're explaining that which is that beebe had these photographs of these shehab threes what what would it mean is successful high altitude detonation would that be an emp attack and that would be run into also tested p commission found that they had conducted several high altitude detonation they didn't detonate nuclear weapons in space obviously but they tested their high altitude fuse for nuclear weapons exactly and the main mode that you would for p attack we also know the iranians practice watching ballistic missiles off of the greater in the past the seat so that would give them the capabilities you could shop three a freighter to do a classic p attack in the united states and that would be anonymous you know we would never know who did it if you watch the attack off the ship so basically you know what i'm saying is if you add all of this out things a prudent person a prudent person would have to conclude that by two thousand three almost certainly had probably five comic warheads with the schaja three missile but at the end of the project about in two thousand three which was what their goal was now assume that.
"peter vincent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Here we are actually into the united states moves their embassy to jerusalem as we await this historic move so much has been happening that actually is in a way kind of related to that i'm talking specifically about benjamin netanyahu his address really to the western world in which he unveiled a hundred thousand secret nuclear files in a massive mossad israel intelligence operation that totally absolutely exposes the iranian regime as lying as committing fraud when they signed the international nuclear agreement with the international community now we have to all of this into what has been happening the last few weeks and what might be happening the next few days and weeks to israel's north in syria i'm actually right now broadcasting from a little bit south of jerusalem from the dead sea in israel and i wanna go actually from here to the united states where we are joined by dr peter vincent pry now dr price has been on this show before he's executive director of the task force on national and homeland security he's also the former chief of staff of the congressional emp commission he was on the congressional strategic posture commission house armed services committee and he served with the cia his the author of several brook a books the latest is called blackout wars dr peter vincent pry welcome back to earn klein investigative radio thank you so much for having me always a pleasure.
"peter vincent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"So our tap scientists that were working to make sure that we did not get hit by an an electro magnetic pulse attack the commission's been dismantled mary describe an emp attack an mp attack is where they will put up a nuclear weapon up into the atmosphere and so you've been watching iran has been practicing off of barges just shooting things at the ties they can and the missiles that north korea has been working on is also quite sure that they have the ability to put off an amp they also on the satellites that can manage these club k cargo contain in a units to carry nuclear biological emp if an electromagnetic pulse goes off it will disable our entire electric grid it will take down our electric grid so people understand what professionals understand particularly dr peter vincent pry if we have an an p attack and it takes down our entire grid ninety percent of the country will be gone in one year so when that single nuclear device goes off up so high up the even if you're under you can't see it what it does is it fries every electrical receiver on the ground or satellites so when you push the button to open your car door visit electrical receiver that's fried your cell phone is fried your computer is fried imagine america like that that's what we're talking about and this is one or maybe two to cover our entire country.
"peter vincent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Five year lease is mind boggling that's a gentle way of putting it folks this is because we aren't paying attention it's also because there have been some people with not the best wishes of the united states involved in working in washington i think that's something that would fall into the category of the swamp that we heard talks about but the issue is not how this happened the question now is what do we do and mary's talking about that mary review the bit one more time what is happening what do we know that is happening we'll have happened by the end of this weekend unless something stops it and again what can we do about it it's our country word democracy will constitutional republic it's our government if it does things we don't want it's our fault because we're supposed to be in control of them right they work for us but if you don't stand up and demand that things take place away they should in your country then don't expect that they will washington dc is overwhelmed so much is broken after the last eight years maybe less sixteen years maybe last you know twenty four also just dismantled the m p commission so our top scientists that were working to make sure that we did not get hit by an an p electro magnetic pulse attacked the commission's been dismantled mary describe an emp attack an p attack is where they will put up a nuclear weapon up into the atmosphere and so you've been watching iran has been practicing off a barges to shooting things up as high as they can and the missiles that north korea has been working on is also we're quite sure that they have the ability to put off an mp they also on the satellites that can manage these club k cargo container units to carry nuclear biological p if an electromagnetic pulse goes off it will disable our entire electric grid it will take down our electric grid so people understand what professionals that understand particularly dr peter vincent pry if we have an an p attack.
"peter vincent" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"Radio with frank gaffney from the nation's capital in washington dc welcome back it is a pleasure to say we are joined by one of the country's preeminent authorities on a matter that is truly of life and death importance to all of us unbeknownst i'm afraid to most the vulnerability of our electric grid is a present and growing danger because all of our enemies understand that by taking it down they can take down america and as our guest for this next segment knows all too well and has warned about for a very long time it's not that hard to do his name is dr peter vincent pry he has served in a number of important capacities including as an analyst at the central intelligence agency specializing in such matters and strategic threats to our country he has also served on the house armed services committee as one of its professional staff members and has worked on a number of very important commissions including the us strategic forces commission and not least the threats posed to our grid in his responsibilities among other things is the chief of staff for the electro magnetic pulse commission another blue ribbon congressionally mandated commission peter prime it is so good to have you back there's a lot to talk about welcome sir always enjoy your show frank thank you for having me how critical is the electric grid to our society to our civilization to our country and just the thirty thousand foot level at least how fragile is it it's the most important of our life sustaining critical infrastructure is it's the foundation stone of our civilization you know we cannot survive we're trying to civilization and we cannot survive without the electric grid all the other critical infrastructures depend upon it would collapse like dominoes with the electric grid went down and unfortunately it is among the most vulnerable the critical infrastructure is in fact it's the most vulnerable critical infrastructure.
"peter vincent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A radius of hundreds or even thousands of kilometers her such an attack one require as much accuracy to hit a target than other weapons such as intercontinental ballistic missiles said a congressional report the report if you wanna look it up is titled north korean nuclear enp attack in exeter x to central i can't say that word threat mps would grid and destroyed the online and telephone infrastructure that currently supports the us his three hundred twenty million population airline an erosion of control electronics would also be destroyed here is a quote from peter vincent pry a former cia analysts in one of the report's authors he told forbes quote airliners would crash killing many of the five hundred thousand people flying over north america at any given moment end quote i dunno if this is sensationalism or what but like i said this is coming from business insider it's an aol dot com article and it was presented to congress earlier this year it goes on to say he added i would read it to you but i have to tell you stupid pop ups i w i wonder if any mp would block pop up so anyways i'm gonna just did to this article 'cause i don't wanna get too far in the in the tinfoil conspiracy or you know free people out but there's no doubt it appears that an mp was significant to our infrastructure to what degree i don't exactly know but indefinitely would be an impact our aid so i don't know if you've heard this story not are not last night this one's i mean this is just so braves then i mean the corners and this woman is unbelievable and i say that on the air i just did so much okay so you may have heard this story last night uh we're gonna play it for you here a woman was let's just say assure her house was robbed while she was not home this was a story that played on ktv a last night charles can you keep that up for me here we go listen to this story video a thief in action stealing thousands of.
"peter vincent" Discussed on KOIL
"Air i'll lose electricity and fall like rocks everything just boom stop snow electricity suddenly it's like iran around here that pre electrcity thing so i gotta eighty percent of puerto rico apparently and and the mp now at also people have worked on kind of perfecting the np weapon and maximising the empa effective a nuclear weapon for this very purpose and these guys these enp experts nuclear experts are warning that this is just services a very real possibility if they want to go for the suicide attack look what they could do kim would go down in history forever william our graham chairman of the former empa commission and its former chief of staff peter vincent pry said that the us has ignored the warning signs for years and that north korea's military moves this year must be seen as a wakeup call and it's true we've been our our government has been ignoring this for many years hardening the power grid now let me say air force one is hardened against electromagnetic pulse air force one inflight theoretically would not fall out of the sky like a rock but all other airplanes would all other airliners and airplanes were because your your car would stop on the road because its electric system would be short it out you could protect yourself as i understand by disconnecting your car battery and your garage and then after the amp you could reconnected and you could go off a driving away but if the electrical system is connected when the mp happens boom your car sitting in the driveway assured it out your car driving.
"peter vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Feel that obama ignored all the warnings alkai you're you're right and he's a big jerk for that yet because our grid is not protected no has not hasn't layer protect your right because if there is an explosion of a high altitude nuclear bomb delivered by a missile our is satellite our satellite need everything can be shut down everything every everything could go down which means that i'm we're talking everything we're talking like cell phones anything people are so reliant upon a technology is it it's remarkable and and just think that means banking goes down that means you know ever have access to any money i don't think people can imagine that did not letting only to see the show oh that completely free to me out of here because they'd says here's what happens each day each hour this is what's grab grab her coffee disturbed hung letter at anymore and he actually ready yesterday the chairman of the former em he enp commission man is former chief of staff peter vincent price a william graham peter vincent pry they told congress they got in front of congress they said listen up congress people we got some news for you like congress is going to do anything about it well at least this is this is information that is now being put out there so that people like us can freak out on behalf of everyone yet either are the people that have like a a negative 11 percent approval rating and we're like we're telling these people this information this does it make me feel better i know but at least are being told maybe someone will finally listen you know what i mean somebody's gotta finally listen because here is what they were told okay just were talking a half a year ago six months ago most experts thought.
"peter vincent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Two experts cited than your testimony state at similar concerns uh one confirming ballistic missile defense systems are not arranged the defend against the even a single icbm or satellite that approach of the united states from the south polar region on other work stated that north korea might use a satellite to carry a small nuclear warhead into orbit and then detonated over the united states for any of these drugs that considering the fact that it appears that north korea has had access to a design for super enp warhead for over a decade now before the russian experts there were accurate in their predictions of north korean nuclear test two years later and the and the indicators out that test that would suggest that it was the detonation of a super amp device would you would you guard that is possible or even probable that kms four is currently super amp armed were very concerned about that you know we don't know if their nuclear armed or not but we know kim jong one is a high risk clair and we think the threat is intolerable that pose an existential threat to our society passed over the country several times day i have recommended that though satellites be shot down over abroad ocean area over the arctic region so that just in case there salvage fused free mp in other would go off over an area that would limit the damage the humanity but yes we're very concerned about that peter vincent pride question by republican congressman click higgins you assess so that the fbi the threat is significant enough the it the existed mp threat specifically with regard to cam s four would you assess the deaththreat a significant enough to warrant legislation out of out of this body as suggested through this subcommittee mandating the hardening of our grid and the.
"peter vincent" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"To send you a free copy of this is for care for your host god for what i think of as an intelligence briefing of a war for the free world i have come to admire greatly the intelligence as well as the commitment to public service of our first guest he is dr peter vincent pry he he has been for many years involve with intelligence analysis and policy application in successive roles in the united states congress uh he was serb also before that an analyst with the central intelligence agency dr price has been perhaps best known however for his long and dedicated service to a commission the congress established to provide a second opinion a detailed understanding of the threat arising to our nation from electro magnetic poles this enp threat commission is now i am devastated to report about to expire and with it of the end of some seventeen years of warnings and profoundly important recommendations about the threat were facing tour electric grid boast especially we're delighted to have dr pry with us to talk a bit about the nature of this e mp threat and what must be done about it at this moment dr peter van surpri thank you so much for joining us you get good to talk with you thank you for having me for it so theory quickly peter a good just award oon introduction to our audience though i think most of them are pretty familiar with this phenomenon but but what is electromagnetic pulse how could it be inflicted upon this country with what effects your amp can be caused by nature by a but we're storm from the sean it'll which could generate at a mp which is akin to a super energetic radio away with it up energy at it destroy electrons within the mp feel open case of eight cubic letting superstorm like the 1859 carried a venue would affect whole world had caused the collapse of electric bridge than electronics everywhere in the world case of a nuclear weapon from terrorists through a.
"peter vincent" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Because they either didn't include a place of birth or issued to people who had changed their names since then a number reforms have been made with question sms remain they're not transparent programs they're not safeguards in place until two thousand fourteen peter vincent was the top legal adviser for us immigration and customs enforcement part of the department of homeland security which he says is well aware of all the boomer abilities in fact before general john kelly decay came secretary of the department of homeland security he expressed concern in a two thousand and fifteen report the cash for passport programs could be exploited by criminals terrorists or other nefarious actors sat present a security threat do you think it does in my opinion the global community has established a a very effective global security architecture to prevent terrorist attacks i see these cash for citizenship programmes as a gaping hole in the security architecture but it's not stop the programs from multiplying across the caribbean dominika grenada st louis should in intego are all competing with st kitts now for customers and badly needed cash so what are we supposed to do sit back and do nothing you tell me what gassed in brown the prime minister of antigua and barbuda's says the revenue from its fouryearold program is kept the government from defaulting on its international law once it has turned the economy around intego also claims to have among the strictest programs in the caribbean you actually have to show up here to get citizenship albeit very briefly our law provides them to spend at least five is here that sounds like a vacation yes i understand but however we have made sure that at least there must be some facetoface contact so we know who these people are for five days minimum what kind of people you looking for will again for high networth individiuals people who establish businesspeople who are wellknown and to make sure that we get the kremlin kreme if so so they're recruiting them in some odd places last summer antigua announced it was opening an embassy in baghdad hoping to sell passports to iraqis it didn't work out but it's doing better next door.
"peter vincent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Programs they're not safeguards in place until two thousand and fourteen peter vincent was the top legal adviser for us immigration and customs enforcement part of the department of homeland security which he says is well aware of all the vulnerabilities in fact before general john kelly the came secretary of the department of homeland security he expressed concern in a two thousand and fifteen report the cash for passport programs could be exploited by criminals terrorists or other nefarious actors suffer sent a security threat do you think it does in my opinion the global community has established a very effective global security architecture to prevent terrorist attacks i see these cash for citizenship programmes as a gaping hole in the security architecture but it's not stop the programs from multiplying across the caribbean dominique grenada say blue should in intego are all competing with st kitts now for customers and badly needed cash so what are we supposed to do sit back and do nothing you tell me what gassed in brown the prime minister of antigua and barbuda says the revenue from its fouryearold program is kept the government from defaulting on its international the loans it has turned the economy around intego also claims to have among the strictest programs in the caribbean you actually have to show up here to get citizenship albeit very briefly our law the provides them to spend at least five is here that sounds like a vacation yes i understand but however we have made sure that at least there must be some facetoface contact so we know who these people are for five days minimum what kind of people you looking for will again for high networth individiuals people who establish businesspeople who are wellknown and to make sure that we get a kremlin kreme if so they're recruiting them in some odd places last summer antigua announced it was opening an embassy in baghdad hoping to sell passports to iraqis it didn't work out but it's doing better next door ensue.