17 Burst results for "Richard Perle"
"richard perle" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"U. S. global preeminence and the authors will William Kristol and and John Bolton among others Richard Perle said this they wrote in their little manifesto advanced forms of biological warfare can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare to be politically useful tool covert nineteen has been a politically useful tool Colwood nineteen is been suspected as a biological weapon but it's been dismissed well that's such a bad idea to call the biological weapon or a biological technology then why the hell did we take a war footing against it we know that it came from China the stories change from day to day and you never know what you're spreading when you say well I heard this I heard this on her desk and so we have to eliminate conspiracy theory so don't speculate whatever they tell you is true okay let's put some truth out there we're on a war footing against the disease now why would we put ourselves on a war footing wasn't a biological weapon we have we have the incessant attainment lockdowns they they created a a restless populace that did that basically is rebelling I I know the George Floyd is the you know the sparks gives significant contributor but I mean that's not the reason the only reason for the civil project is being realized now we're seeing advanced technology and advanced by biology being utilized now to create a disease and Rajan and people in the streets and we like I said it's it's like a zombie apocalypse as like the walking dead without the zombies it's like they they're crazy that it's more like the crazies in the zombies made you remember when I first heard the coronavirus outbreak there was talk about a group of billionaires and scientists are gathering together in order to create a sort of quote Manhattan Project destroyed covered nineteen now if you don't think about Manhattan Project was the Manhattan Project was certainly it was a group of scientists and millionaires at the sockets are like attitude we were going to compartmentalize and use large scale engineering and such to create a technology a new technology or technology is never been heard of before to put an end to World War two basically they wanted to create a doomsday technology to kill a huge number of people in order to end the war now when you think about what's going on with cover nineteen and you hear about operation warm speed you hear about the Manhattan Project all these buzz words Corbett nineteen Manhattan Project not by much like its predecessor would be the attempt by the technocrat billionaires and the scientists not only create a whopping cure all vaccine but a post biological cure that very well could have an effect on our immediate evolution what I mean by that is is that we kind of stayed off the idea of survival of the fittest because the weakest among us will died at early ages but one for pharmaceutical breakthroughs vaccines modern medicine is kept alive people with disease causing genes we've been weeded out by evolution go nineteen is now weakening us though and it's being argued that perhaps this disease is it equalizer of sorts since there really is no cure there is limited legality however this virus and yet with all the other maladies like heart disease and cancer this one gets fast tracked and why you think that is why do you think they need a Manhattan Project because a Manhattan Project was meant to create a technology a technology to end a war.
"richard perle" Discussed on KTRH
"One David like is with us tonight the trigger alive to change the world who really didn't live as the nine eleven you know David I want to ask you this question because it's always been on my mind since you know you've been bringing up project for new American century and all the players you know from Richard Perle scooter Libby to you name it they've all been involved in the same names again Robert Muller do the investigation into the nine eleven attacks in our mode of the investigation the trump and I I I look at a look at what. you know what happened and I get the feeling in this is this is what I feel I feel that the nine eleven attacks even though that we certainly had state sponsors like Saudi Arabia Zionist you know what are the empire builders of it is for a from Israel all these things going on in the background the bottom line here was that nine eleven actually shook us shaped us and started the paradigm of the division between what would be called socialist programs and nationalist programs or nationalism would you agree with that. yeah I would yeah just just very quickly that just to finish that point all by the way how many people knows that don't follow the the the information beyond the mainstream news that some US spy ring was I'm covered an Israeli spy ring which led to two hundred Israelis in America being questioned over at the involvement inspiring a hundred and forty before nine eleven in the summer of ninety eleven and sixty off the woods and that these Israelis and all mostly posed as art students were operating in precisely the same places that the alleged hijackers were supposed to be. located at people like Mohammed Atta all not least in a place called Hollywood in Florida which was one of the big sentence for this Israeli spy ring where. many of the hijackers including atoll operated even in the same at street area as this spy ring was operating how many people know that five Israelis were arrested on nine eleven he became known as the dancing Israelis on who was seen celebrating the attacks and filming them with all the esprit knowledge that they were going to happen they were held for seventy one days by the F. B. I. and then let go as well all the people in the spy ring on the say so of Michael shuts off the older sinus head of the criminal division of the justice department I mean it's unbelievable the story when you won't cover it well yeah I mean we dig.
"richard perle" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"And and by the Neo cons Freud failed them. Lot of them are ex socialist Jews the Neo cons, which Pearl. Bullets. Going back to to urban crystal Bill Kristol's father who all of those Neo what they embraced a new kind of Messier's spread democracy by the sword to foreign countries. That's messing bring democracy to Iraq kill people in democratic. Although, of course, obviously, I hasten to add that it's a new version of we'll Sonian ISM. So that Wilson was of course, now that you so there's there's overlap, but user tracked it too messy. And there are of course, Neo cons who are not Jews. I mean, there's a Bill Buckley or someone like that who basically as influential in the whether you call Neo, but he was as influential over the direction, the Republican party took as any and in fairness to belco who died Buckley, actually was against the Iraqi war. It's interesting is was he. Yeah. No. He really was. No, honestly. And then, of course, George will who's another, of course, interesting case younger than but to will who was quite an intervention. It's quite hawk for years. I mean because now we're getting. Mission. Buckley, and 'cause he's well known. But he was Sal, Vietnam. I'm almost positive going into it. He didn't want it. I ninety nine percents. Sure. The point is when you get when you get the older group. Buckley was of course, a lot older than the Neo kind. Buckley died in his eighties six five years ago. Once you've been around the block a little bit, and you get a little bit weary of it does where you town to see all these failed wars. So Buckley, we actually was down on that. As was and George will. Of course has become a sort of fellow traveler with libertarians as you probably know having been a super hawk in the old days. But any case, you're absolutely right. That of course, I could list them, no producer. It's Richard Perle Wolfowitz who has of course, max pood-, I guess is a German. So there are exceptions. But they are it gets back to your eighty percent. Dave, maybe it's only sixty percent, right? But still pretty disproportionate when iron economists site is we say the baseline guys the baseline is one point seven percent. One point seven percent shoes. So you'd expect them proportionately if if you're proper representation list, and you want equal outcomes. Then only one point seven percent of the cons should be Jews. Only one point seven percent at doesn't it just doesn't work out that way, Doug it into the healthy double digits. So my point is about the messy and ISM is that is that the my mother, the communist party was disproportionately Jewish. Mommy was a commie. The message of the communist was was was seductive. And then now to you and me I started out that way. And of course, I had the messianic streak, and then hopefully amid of course, now the Jews were proud of. We have a lot to answer for crawl Marx. Trotsky Rosa looks and broke Bernie Sanders. But then on our side who do we got measles? Roth Roth part of let's even mentioned nine rant because. And of course, let's mention Milton Friedman legend water block, you know, I call them rabbi block, the way talks, so Israel Kerzner. So so and once again that one point seven percent baseline is wave violated, and and the real father of economics, muses, and his the Socrates. I would say Boston economic species and the Plato which was Rothbart who really wrote it up and taught me and had a deep influence, you know, that you so that's that's true. There's there's no question that the libertarian free market economics, anarchy capitalism. All of these things are in the same way that you could say the Bolshevik revolution or Neo conservatives are very disproportionately influenced by Jews. No question about it..
"richard perle" Discussed on KGO 810
"Cheney Douglas, Richard Perle in the list goes on and on. Hey, did you see vice aren't pardon me? Did you see the movie vice? Yes in Christian bale. I know he does. He did such a good job is, Jamie. I'm choosing. The. Increase. You should have won the Academy Awards. But the sad thing is I've actually been known to read a book once or twice, and I knew all that stuff before it's on the movie, and it's disgusted. I want to ask you this Bob from Chicago slash San Jose. At the end. And again like I would want to double and triple source this. But at the end of ice, they talked about how many missing inaccessible emails between Cheney and Bush there were about twenty two million. They said. Female excess. From John Wayne, my anti euro, I'll just say this, and I'm from Chicago. So I know all about politics. They're all corrupt power money went to sing with George W Bush. I don't dislike him he was actually he's a decent guy. But he was misled by the people he put in place to advise him, and if he had chosen James Baker, and some of the other people do just saw the recommended we would be a lot of cheese. There's no other word for what I watched that movie. But I do wonder why there's no focus on the twenty two million missing emails during the Bush administration, but Hillary's thirty thousand people can't get over isn't that interesting. And like, no, I'll be honest Hillary's, not most favorite either. Fair criticize everybody, please Bobby Wasserman Schultz DNC stole the election from Bernie Sanders, Bernie would've won two things. Trembled people don't understand, and please don't be offended. Hillary Clinton is widely disliked by many people and the truth is if you can be objective. She's a tool of Wall Street and the bankers just like most of them. They all are. Oh. She had this in the resume to do the job. Bob the skill and the resume was much better suited than Trump. But they stole proofs. They stole the nominations from Bernie Sanders. Started out with two percentage points in polling. I put it out there two points, and he would have won because I'm not knocking Hillary per se. They don't underestimate in the flyover stage. How greatly shoes. Yeah. I would like to know why? She's so disliked, but you say it's she seen as a tool of Wall Street. They all are. The people in the flyover states, don't like her because she's a strong independent woman. Okay. I got jump in. I gotta tell you two things really quickly Debbie Wasserman Schultz. I believe and she's Jewish said, let's like, you know, infused the Jewish anti semitic Jewish card in the south around Bernie Sanders, and Donna Brazile, great. I thought wonderful commentator and analyst. She fed Hillary questions for enough coming debate of some sort. And I was like you don't get to cheat. That'd be above board here. Oh, it made me angry. All right, listen, I'm Maureen I loved hanging with you tonight Friday Saturday Sunday next week, I will be in San Leandro, the main library doing my solo show daughter of a garbage man, if they're stick tickets left go to Brown paper tickets, it's a solo series. I will be here next Sunday night after the show because it's an afternoon show. I really thank you for being here following Maureen Langan L A N G A N on the Facebook. And on the Instagram and Maureen Langan dot com is the website as his daughter for garbage, man. Thank you case cope. Thank you. My beloved crystal. I will see you folks next week. When's the last time.
"richard perle" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"So it bypasses most of the trachea. Yeah. Which I imagine it's uncomfortable. And it's there a lot of issues with it. But I think a big part of it for this young woman was the aesthetics or. Yeah. She didn't feel attractive anymore, which you can't blame her. Plus, she didn't have her voice. No, she had to plug the trick tube to be able to speak. But it wasn't life threatening. No shoes pretty much. Okay. Yeah. Except the had this trachea that she hit the tracheostomy that she hated one other patient kind of featured in his his name was Christopher Lyles had some form of throat cancer. He was an American right? And he died weekly after his surgery now, she also interviewed a physician just one there were certainly more than one. But this one physician doctor, Dr Joseph Conti who was highly critical of mock uranium and his work. But in the documentary, this is portrayed as a minority voice. Yeah. Almost just kind. Yeah. We got to present both sides to this. So here's this one guy. Yeah. But there were there were others. Oh, absolutely. And we'll get into that. There were some at the institute who actually suffered repercussions for trying to speak out against it. There were. So the documentary was aired in June of two thousand fourteen now during the filming of this a leap of faith documentary Benita Alexander and Paolo began to have an affair, and they found themselves together in Illinois for a period of weeks in the spring of two thousand thirteen they were brought there by the NBC special. And they started getting together often for quiet dinners became romantic trachea transplant on Hannah, Warren, the Korean Canadian girl was being performed at children's hospital of Illinois in Peoria and the procedure was risky Hellas technique was still a work in progress. Even for adults. Christopher Lyles as I mentioned the American who became. The second person to receive an artificial trachea died less than four months after his surgery. He's a brilliant. Scientists in a great technical surgeon said Dr Richard Perle who had operated with Paolo in Illinois, like others, Pearl describe tallow as a renaissance man fluent in half a dozen languages a friend of Benitez would compare mccranie to the most interesting man in the world, the famous guy in the dosage spear commercials that guy. Well, they have the new guy now. Yes, religion guy is a New Hampshire resident really. I thought he was a European. No. Yeah. They haven't new one. Now, who's also kinda cool looking you have it not as cool. So you original. Well, no one ever is. But Benita was aware of the conflict of interest that she was in here being romantically involved with him in being producer of this show. But she would admit that she was swept up in really in love with him. And she chose to overlook it. This guy was you know, fairly handsome, very charming. I think she was really just taken with him. And she was in a vulnerable period of her life as well. She would point out. Yes, she was. And certainly Palo is force. Yes. Yeah. He's pretty dynamic. He's apparently brilliant. He's developing news medical groundbreaking seizure. Yeah. I'm gonna hook up with him. Most women would sure and why would you think that someone would be at that prestigious institute and not be legitimate? And I think that's what it all boils down to here is anyone working in that institute should be legitimate. Exactly. Now, she admitted that she knew he was married, but she thought he was separated and going through a divorce when they met did she. Yes. Okay. So he proposed to her on Christmas day two thousand thirteen and I think that's why they had this long engagement because he had to get his divorce and her ex husband, the father of her young daughter was dying of cancer. And she would say that Palo was just wonderful with her and her daughter, helping them get through this. So after the proposal Palo told Benita he wouldn't be around for the new year because he was on call for emergency VIP surgery when she asked for details. She said that he. Told her he was in a group of highly classified doctors from around the world who catered to the world's VIP's overtime Palo would reveal to Benita that he operated on Bill and Hillary Clinton as well as Emperor Akihito of Japan..
"richard perle" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"America's defenses. It was new document provided by men who saw themselves as the crew that would take American new direction, you know, people like Dick Cheney by Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld, Jeb Bush, Richard Perle, number people scooter Libby and their goal, according to this document. Was to make the United States war. Forbes is like none other seen in history. Harvard. The proposal was difficult, and it can be very difficult to go in the Middle East. And do we need to do unless there was something? Like a new Pearl Harbor. In fact, it says quote, while the unresolved conflict with Iraq provides the immediate justification the need for substantial American force presence in the Gulf transcends, the issue of the regime of Saddam Hussein the process of military transformation. Even if it brings revolutionary change is likely to be a long one absent from some catastrophic or catalyzing event like new Pearl Harbor, and then it says this, okay? It says advanced forms of biological warfare. Also are effective. They can target specific Gino types, and they can transform biological warfare. From the realm of terror to a politically useful tool. Now, we've already had our nine eleven Pearl Harbor event. And by the way, that part of the project for new American century came out a year before the attacks on nine eleven and just the the nine eleven attacks actually afterwards we had the anthrax scare, but they but in order to get people motivated, you know, we need to do Pearl Harbor. And of course, what they say a catalyzing event, which may be also brought about with us the biological warfare. I know that a lot of people have heard this before, but they never really paid attention to that peace talks about biological warfare. And so, you know, you're dealing with a comfort factor that is compromised. At the very idea that men we trust conspire and want to bring about a conflict based on some false flag attack kneeling with either a new Pearl Harbor or a biological attack or something where we need militarize standard. In order to make this happen. And this is a haunting reminder of the mindset. It was first written about before the attacks of September eleventh two thousand one and now with everything behind us. There are many people that are thinking about this final blow event, and what it might mean. And you need to keep in mind that biological tax most of the time or politically motivated, most of them are and most people are not aware that the anthrax attacks that happened were targeted at democratic leaders. Also liberal publications in Oregon news organizations retargeted now, we live in reverse world. We live in upside down world and today we had two planes one from Dubai landed JFK quarantine because of flu like symptoms and then the possible cholera outbreak in France from an aircraft again now. This says to me that maybe there's some hyper vigilance going on here with the homeland security or with national security biosecurity, we know that Klay X dealt with this very subject from a disease spreading from Frankfurt to Caracas. And now we're seeing happening in the news. It just seems peculiar to me. And it makes me wonder if this is a gain of function exercise. Let's go to David in Texas. Hi, David, you're on ground zero. Quite thanks for taking my call. I just wanted to relate an incident that occurred. To myself in my unit back in nineteen seventy five in the Mojave desert were out there at camper when it's Ford or now, they enhanced it for desert training because.
"richard perle" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Establishing the principle is eugene robin and said yes we talk to our enemies this is how we solve our problems great answer michael beschloss the only summit i think i've been thrilled by my adult life was regen on trice slim yeah reykjavik when they emerged and it was sad because we learned how close they alright come but that's the element of surprise that people have been saying all night and let this thing percolate that's it and that's why these things are so unpredictable you know reagan in that case that was eighty six reagan went to iceland it was a summit with about a week's preparation and reagan went in had no idea that gorbachev was going to make him this big offer i'll talk about abolishing all of our ballistic missiles and maybe a lot of our nuclear arsenals if he will give up your strategic defense initiative and reagan in retrospect to his great credit said no and one thing that also shows negotiators is sometimes you can't be so desperate for a deal that you're not gonna walk out reagan did this is what i worry about with trump we disagree on that okay should have made the deal gorbachev one to keep the missile defense in research stage for ten years reagan because of richard perle who played the john bolton goal at this point said no either one could have compromised turned out it didn't make any differences missile defense stuff still doesn't work and we could have made that deal this is what's so significant about having donald trump make this deal open up this discussion i agree with terry this a long way to go here but we have just taken a major step step we cannot take back in just having the meeting having that photo op sue what if i told you there nineteen minutes late for lunch is that a good sign too yeah i think it's a good sign because they're still face better than just walked right away that is gonna got things talk about maybe they're trying to hammer out the deal we will fit in a break and here we are we'll be right back.
"richard perle" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Turns out they love ben and over and taking it and doing whatever they're told and so we'll have and then we'll create such a great society in shiitedominated rack that that will put all this pressure on shiitedominated iran to fall into line and maybe even have a revolution another one and overthrow their government and install a pro american one for us and so this was the policy now by the time the neo cons got george bush to do this and invade iraq it had changed from a hashemite king to chalabi himself ha but of course the rub is he was working for iran all along and this was a stupid fantasy and richard perle and paul wolfowitz and david worms are idiots and this completely blew up in their face so they empower iran they basically you know they didn't completely hand all of south and eastern iraq over to iran but over to their best friends over the ayatollah sistani and over to the supreme islamic council and the dawa party and in fact dave the iraqis who wins saddam invaded iran and seventy in one thousand nine hundred eighty jimmy carter's request these were the ones who chose sect over nation and fled to iran and had taken a wrong side and had therefore by the time george bush junior invaded in nineteen in two thousand and one they lived in iran for thirty years and so when junior invaded and got rid of saddam for them these are the people who inherited the government in iraq and that was basically to sum up all of iraq war to in one long story short george bush got rid of saddam and then fought an eightyear civil war four the shiite side against the sunni side which led to the rise of the iranian dominated factions among the shia and led to the rise of the al qaeda guys in response as the the worst part of the sunni based insurgency against that but so ever since then dave they've been trying to make up for that fact especially with the horrifying policy in syria which as barack.
"richard perle" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Israel beginning in nineteen ninety six and it was david wurmser and also richard perle and douglas feith and a few other very important neo conservatives but it was primarily written by david wurmser who ended up being first of all working in the bush junior administration in the state department but really working for dick cheney and then later directly working for dick cheney as middle east adviser in the vice president's office and what it says is that our problem is iran uses syria toback back hezbollah so what's the solution let's get rid of saddam hussein in iraq which is completely stupid and makes no sense at sept here's what explains it ahmed chalabi the iraqi exile and convicted jordanian bank fraudster and embezzler who the cia had put a burn notice on him saying you know no one believe a word this guy says or give them a dollar or work with him in any way but the neo cons loved him and he was blown all this smoke up their ass about how a new shiitedominated iraq will be friendly to israel and we'll take the most powerful arab state and we'll change it from enemy who pays basically anyone who dies in any kind of intifada activity whether they're suicide bombers or whether they're victims of an israeli bulldozer or sniper bullet or whatever anybody killed by the israelis in palestine gets a check from hussein's government so that included the families of suicide bombers and this drove the neo cons and of course the likud knicks and a lot of israel is nuts so they so chalabi was saying that oh yeah no it's going to be fine in fact in a clean break and in the companion paper coping with crumbling states they say he's convinced them they say our chalabi who told them what will happen is we'll get a hashemite king just like a cousin of the king of jordan a sock puppet of the british and then the shiites it.
"richard perle" Discussed on WCPT 820
"To work but he does have people around him and specifically now john bolton who i mentioned earlier who was part of this cadre going back into the nineties that was always hungry to invade iran there was this has been in fact it was more of a fetish than invading iraq in indeed back in the day when you remember this when we were talking about all this there was a saying you know everyone wants to go to baghdad real men go to theron that was the ultimate objective of the neo cons who were behind the iraq war invasion was to start off with iraq and then they would move into tehran and then beyond that beirut cart down pyongyang etcetera and their idea was in fact richard perle was quoted at the time saying that a successful invasion of iraq said we could deliver a short message to the world a two word message your next so i mean that's not very different than donald trump i mean trump is is simplistic and kind of a you know a credence imbecile and he but that's essentially the same thing right i mean you take away all fancy neocon verbiage about spreading democracy and that's what you're left with he just wants to one of those we have to we have to take a break we'll talk a little bit more about this in the next hour if you'll join me we also got to just mentioned at the very least the that donald trump hired a private israeli spy team to basically smear some of the people who worked on that deal we'll talk about.
"richard perle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That comes out of the cold war that says that it has america's mission in the world to bring democracy to all people that allowing any antiamerican government to exist is the threat to the entire global order so this idiot does it arise out of arrogance this absolutely bulletproof belief in american exceptionalism and its role in the world or does it rise out of fear it's both totally fascinating this belief that there's something totally different about the united states that makes the presence and imposition of american military power source of absolute good and that we need to bring freedom to all people and they really crave american dominance but it also comes from this cold war fear that if unfriendly governments are allowed to exist that the entire world will turn against us and everything could collapse so tell me how the focus shifted specifically to iraq we know that in the first gulf war in the nineties saddam hussein invaded kuwait george bush gets together an international coalition and pushes him out then what he encouraged the iraqi people to rise up against their government he didn't really mean it so then when they rose up expecting american how they were slaughtered by saddam's forces for the neo conservatives in the george h w bush administration what happened to the people of iraq that rose up was just a metaphor for what would happen to the entire world if the united states ever faltered in toppling an adversary and replacing it with a democratic government which then curdled into this obsession that we had to go back to iraq and finish the job who were the key players that were pushing the city oncology it's all your favorites brooke it's a handful of republican defense officials from the reagan and george w bush administration people like richard perle povo but the really big leaders were these kind of elbow patched academics mostly based in washington dc and new york and they didn't really have a constituency but after the nineteen ninety six election newt gingrich's kind of the party leader he's really desperate for some way to show that the gop is still the party of ideas and i think he was less concerned with the policy implications of those ideas than whether they were ideas enough to kind of rebrand the party as the brilliant intelligent party so here's this ideology out of the.
"richard perle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Were pushing the city it's all your favorites brooke hits a handful of republican defense officials from the reagan and george w bush administration people like richard perle pablo fluids but the really big leaders were these kind of elbow patched academe ix mostly based in washington dc and new york and they didn't really have a constituency but after the nineteen ninety six election newt gingrich's kind of the party leader he's really desperate for some way to show that the gop is still the party of ideas and i think he was less concerned with the policy implications of those ideas than whether they were ideas enough to kind of rebrand the party as the brilliant intelligent party so here's this ideology out of the academy and it works great as well politically because at this point saddam hussein is being very difficult with the united states about weapons inspections and he's kind of like thumbing his nose at the americans left and right which we know now was because he feared domestic unrest and felt like he needed to make a big show of toughness in order to avoid a coup but the republicans were able to seize on this to embarrass bill clinton and to say you know look at this dictator is humiliating our country and this was in the midst of the lewinsky scandal so he's particularly vulnerable right that is committed to peace in the region which i think to a lot of people at the time probably including republican lawmakers including the clinton white house this kind of just look like an empty gesture for the neo conservatives who actually wrote the act this was the culmination of sending they had fought for for years we all know what happens next george w bush is elected and he brings a stable of neo cons and fellow travelers like paul wolfowitz and donald rumsfeld and dick cheney into his administration then comes nine eleven and then so if you're george w bush and this thing happens you probably respond the way that most of us do which is to be just totally baffled neo conservatism presents a fully formed complete footnoted ideology and worldview for understanding the september eleven attack that's the reason that this happened the reason that there's extremism really anywhere.
"richard perle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The entire world will turn against us and everything could collapse so tell me how the focus shifted specifically to iraq we know that in the first gulf war in the nineties saddam hussein invaded kuwait george bush gets together an international coalition and pushes out then what he encouraged the iraqi people to rise up against their government he didn't really mean it so that when they rose up expecting american help they were slaughtered by saddam's forces for the neo conservatives in the george w bush administration what happened to the people of iraq that rose up was just a metaphor for what would happen to the entire world if the united states ever faltered in toppling an adversary and replacing it with a democratic government which then curdled into this obsession that we had to go back to iraq and finish the job who were the key players that were pushing the city analogy it's all your favorites brooke it's a handful of republican defense officials from the reagan and george w bush administration people like richard perle pulsa woods but the really big leaders were these kind of elbow patched academic mostly based in washington dc and new york and they didn't really have a constituency but after the nineteen ninety six election newt gingrich's kind of the party leader he's really desperate for some way to show that the gop is still the party of ideas and i think he was less concerned with the policy implications of those ideas than whether they were ideas the enough to kind of rebrand the party as the brilliant intelligent party so here's this ideology out of the academy and it works great as well politically because at this point saddam hussein is being very difficult with the united states about weapons inspections and he's kind of like thumbing his nose at the americans left and right which we know now was because he feared domestic unrest and felt like he needed to make a big show of toughness in order to avoid a coup but the republicans were able to seize on this to embarrass bill clinton and to say you know look at this this dictator is humiliating our country and this was in the midst of the lewinsky scandal so is particularly vulnerable right that is committed to represent and respect its people not repressed them that is committed to peace in the.
"richard perle" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Morning glory america donald trump and north korea that sink in for you uh i was on my way last night through the annual friends of ronald reagan dinner in downtown los angeles at the california club aware in front of three hundred people interviewed attorney general adnan peace for him i worked a couple of decades ago we talked about the good old days and we talked about record at the summit that everyone thought was a failure but wasn't we talked about how hard president reagan work to prepare for it how he knew what he wasn't going to give up when he got their house shrewdly gorbachov approached it and of course if you are in the administration i was an ice age sixty follow this very closely the prince of darkness richard perle at his side george shultz his other side the entire team goes to iceland gorbachev's makes sweeney sweeping proposals to cut his arsenal and a half withdraw half of his weapons at center at center and on the last day he says okay it's a good deal but i will you've got to give up strategic defense initiative and reagan walked out grimfaced ronald reagan walking out grim phrase george shultz walking out the world wringing its hands three years later the soviet union was no more and that's because as the i confirm them with a challenge they could not beat american technology so there's lots to talk about let's review what happened yesterday though what happened late if you were not a paying attention to this potentially extraordinarily important news president donald trump accept it according the wall street journal an invitation to meet with north korean leader kim jongun a meeting that would mark the first time a serving as president had sat down with the leader ship of a heavily militarily lies heavily militarized and diplomatically isolated country the a leader a.
"richard perle" Discussed on AM730
"New morning glory america donald trump and north korea that sink in for yet i was on my way last night to the annual friends of ronald reagan dinner in downtown los angeles at the california club aware in front of three hundred people interviewed attorney general edmundo for him i worked a couple of decades ago we talked about the good old days and we talked about wreck of it the summit that everyone thought was a failure but wasn't we talked about how hard president reagan work to prepare for it how he knew what he wasn't going to give up when he got there has shrewdly gorbachov approached it and of course if you were in the administration i was ideal six you follow this very closely at the prince of darkness richard perle at his side george shultz is other side the entire team goes to iceland garbage jobs makes we make sweeping proposals to cut his arsenal and a half withdraw half of his weapons at center at center and on the last day he says okay it's a good deal but i will you've got to give up strategic defense initiative and reagan walked out grimfaced ronald reagan walking out grim phrase george shultz walking out the world wringing its hands three years later the soviet union was no more and that's because sti confronted him with a challenge they could not beat american technology show there's lots to talk about let's review what happened yesterday though what happened late if he were not a paying attention to this potentially extraordinarily important news president donald trump accept it according the wall street journal an invitation to meet with north korean leader kim jongun a meeting that would mark the first time a serving as president had sat down with the leader ship of a heavily militarily lies heavily militarized and diplomatically isolated country the leader to leader a.
"richard perle" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
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"richard perle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The ground for basically 45 five minutes how do we carted off his helmet cut off of his head you know dra michael dell with a lot of bad stuff combined with a personality trait obviously or maybe that led to those personality traits but which are pretty dark place so good to see that he's doing better orlando pace is an nfl hall of famer and i talked to him about his generation of guys and then the guys that came through after him who part for me was making richard perle goals and and be respected by your peers and that what guy didn't seem as much of the case later years of my career interested you think it's because of money or i don't know maybe maybe contracts got bigger but you know guys can say that the first time i came out at a girl you obviously guys thought you know when i came out record deals we're happy for numberone pick so uh but i i just baker in a work ethic and and guys would give it a lot will not a lot earlier nick ready sense that so interesting so you actually witnessed this on the way out it did it make you a little bothered because that was the way that you were wired thereby oskoui were just wire different insiders she's interesting because it wasn't like orlando pace was in the seven dis the 80s even before the enemy in orlando pace came in at a late 90s to the nfl as the number one pick overall and he went obviously the st louis rams in one a super bowl there and ended up being one of the best offensive lineman ever but paye said even body ended he retired that he saw difference in those ten or fifteen years that he played which is interesting because you know money did get really huge but it was pretty big when he came out but he says he saw difference which is a pretty eyeopening let's get your football forecast here weather watch tower forecast with your personal needs jeez football tasks birth control conditions inside it us bank stadium with what i believe is a 65 percent chance of the eagle shocking the world and ending the patriots dynasty right here right now doesn't mean that bella check in are going to retire after the game but this could be their last great shot you.