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Rolling Thunder veterans group makes final ride through Washington

Bob Zadek

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Rolling Thunder veterans group makes final ride through Washington

"A Memorial Day tradition which began back in nineteen eighty eight this year, rolling thunder the group that has organized the long running annual motorcycle ride into Washington honors military members were missing an action or prisoner. War writing for the last time military analyst, Lieutenant Colonel, Robert mcginnis says he's thankful for the rolling thunder, men and women who fought for our country in past wars, whether they agreed with conflicts or not very divided generation, but one in which responded to the call of the draft or volunteer to fight in a far distant country. And of course, we pulled out of there in that country was so law. So you know you can argue it was defeat. But these people are celebrating if anything the commodity that they've brought out of those troubled

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Townhall dot com. Advocaat's Trump needle Japan over the US cavities trade imbalance, as he kicked off a state visit to that country Saturday at the same time. If Trump says both US and Japan are working on a new trade deal the United States, Japan are hard at work, negotiating bilateral trade agreement, which will benefit both of our countries. I would say that Japan has had a substantial edge for many, many years. But that's okay. Maybe that's why you like so much. But we'll get it a little bit more fair. I think I think we'll do that Trump spoke at a reception with Japanese and American business leaders at the US ambassador residents in Tokyo earlier in the day, the US will send hundreds of additional troops at a dozen fighter jets to the Middle East, and the coming weeks to counter what the Pentagon said is escalating campaign by Iran to plot attacks against the US interest in the region by the Terry fares. Handle this Lieutenant Colonel, Robert mcginnis. Affirms that Iran has been posing, a threat to the US clearly our allies. Not only Israel, but other air of allies as well. And of course, their bathing the entire region and have every intention, perhaps of closing the strait of our moves given the opportunity, and I do believe with good. Good reason they have that capability, and it would be bloody taking it back. It's not a God officials on Friday, publicly blamed, Iran at its proxies for recent tanker, bombings near United Arab Emirates at a rocket attack in Iraq. Vice president, Mike pets address the graduating class of cadets the US military cabbie Saturday. Penn says the class of two thousand nineteen is marking a milestone, the classic twenty nineteen is the most diverse class in the history of the United States military, academy..

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"National security and foreign affairs expert. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis US army retired is here, and we are talking about artificial intelligence on coast to coast AM and Bob back in February. Although I didn't get a lot of attention in the media, President Trump signed an executive order regarding artificial intelligence, what was that all about? Well, as you said in the previous segment Richard that DARPA is way behind the Chinese on spending. In fact, we know that China has declared it's going to be the dominant AI force in the world by twenty thirty and the president basically called on the federal agencies to develop artificial intelligence capabilities for us economically as well as for the defense of this nation, and he he put out that high level guidance, and basically said spend more wisely on these types of technologies. He, of course, talks about the. The internet of things and five G. And and all the things that we must do to really bring the US government online. I, you know, I'm reminded by something that the current under secretary of defense for research, and engineering said, and this is a quote, there might be an artificial intelligence arms race. But we're not yet in it said, Dr Michael Griffin. In fact, the US government has stood up there at the Pentagon joint artificial intelligence center. And so what we've tried to do much like in our space program. Under the space force. We've tried to bring all these A I projects under one Ombrella. It's gonna take a while. And of course, due to bureaucratic infighting, and, you know, fighting for pieces of the budget. You know, we're not there yet. But at least we're moving in the right direction. I think the president's. Idea is appropriate because this is an arms race in arms race. Unlike anything we've ever seen how much weight though, does an executive order like this carry. I mean, it's it's one thing to have congress pass a law. But this is this is the president basically swiping his across a piece of paper. I mean is this going is this an office is going to get it done. Of course, it won't get it done. Congress has had hearings on this in the past, you know, the Pentagon and the rest of the federal agencies. They have to be focused on this issue. And frankly, there are a lot of distractions out there, you know, in a conventional way, you know, we're concerned about issues literally across the world. You know, even though the US defense department has a budget this year in well in excess of seven hundred billion plus another one hundred and sixty billion for overseas contingency operations. A lot of that is already designated to conventional fighting and preparations and just normal readiness. But it's not focus on artificial intelligence. And yet that is the future. There's no question certainly in my mind, and in the mine, I think those that are following all these intellectual and challenging future, you know, things right on our cusp. But you know, we still have to defend our border. We have to defend ourselves and our allies in Europe. And then, of course, with the Chinese double digit investing in ratcheting up their conventional forces, we have to keep that in mind. But at the same time, you know, we have to be able to do this. So it's a priority. But I don't think it really is ceased federal government is. Yeah. Right. I mean, representatives congressmen senators they love. Defense spending because often it's it's like, you know, pork barrel, politics, it brings a lot of money into a particular jurisdiction. So with artificial intelligence. I mean, how is that going to change the way that the defense is spent defense defense budgets are spent? Well, it has to be refocused, and we have to set very specific goals in terms of platforms that have to be either semi autonomous or Thomas. Whether it's in space, or it's electric warfare types of pieces, certainly submarines, you know, Vladimir Putin announced at his address to the nation earlier this month that you know, they have an autonomous submarine that can stay underwater for as long as necessary because it's a nuclear capable submarine. You know, the Chinese have anti-satellite systems that we need, you know, we have one, but it's not quite as developed as Chinese Russians and even the Indians test when a couple of weeks ago, you know, all of these technologies if we're going to be the world leader, and we're going to be able to maintain our own sovereignty and her own interests are cross this world. We've got. To keep pace. And I I'm very concerned that we are. Now, you know, according to even public statements by senior defense officials we are falling behind, and we're not willing at this point to invest significantly in the types of technologies that are going to be the future of this world. It's no secret that the Chinese or the People's Republic of China. They steal technology. They are renowned for this. And the United States is now engaged in what appears to be the final stage of a major trade deal with China. Will. Will artificial intelligence. In some way, be a major component of this trade deal weather, it's an assurance from the Chinese that they will stop stealing technology. What can be done through a trade arrangement to to to to perhaps to bring about some more parody. And in artificial intelligence. Well, part of that is of course about trade arrangements. You know, when we send companies over to China to try to get into their markets. We are often forced to compromise and give away the technologies that drive our own companies. And that's something that President Trump is trying to overcome and rightly so so that we don't have such a trade imbalance in favor of the Chinese. Yeah. I think cyber if you look at how the Chinese have these very large, basically, a cyber army of personnel that are constantly, you know, trying to I suppose leverage cyber networks all over the world, certainly at the Pentagon where I work we have constant battle. There were millions and millions of hits on the US government on any given day and a lot of those come from the likes of, you know, whether it's the Russian federation or the North Koreans. Iranians. But I would say the lions majority of this is coming out of Chinese surrogates or Chinese unit set specifically designed to do this. So we've gotta figure out how to handle that. Now, you can of course have closed internet, but that's not going to help. You know, I think ultimately us to become the type of nation that we want to become now the Russians interestingly are very seriously moving toward a closed internet, and that's more. I think violation of their own civil liberties. But that's how our -tarian governments work. Are you concerned about so many of our so much of US defense hardware has electron IX components that were built in China? Are you concerned about the possibility or the likelihood that there is a sort of a back door into that technology that could be hacked by the Chinese, no doubt? Oh, that's why the president's considering an executive order on while we because their technology in their platforms is security vulnerable. And we've noted that. And in fact, a lot of those are are banned for sale in in military. Yeah. Exchanges and the like, and we're starting to to move in a direction, hopefully that will force that company if they want to sell in this country to harden their their their hardware. This is part of a very serious issue about protecting our own infrastructure and protecting our own security. It's it's only gonna get worse as as we ratchet up the internet of things and five G technology, which makes essentially the the sharing of information hundreds of times faster that it is with typical four Jeep. And of course, that modernizes the battlefield makes it far more lethal, and it it will change the whole civil liberties program for people in this country as well as elsewhere. Do you think we'll have to give up some civil liberties in order for the west to to achieve parody in in the artificial intelligence arms race. Well, that's a real debate. That's going on Richard. And you know, I think the president is right to have an executive order saying, look you folks have to get serious about this. And that's why I brought up this whole issue of AI now out of New York University that that really takes a hard look, and it's doing on an annual basis on these types of issues that are really making information it's hard to keep a secret anymore. I don't care unless you're living under a tree in the middle of a desert with no electronics nearby. If you have something in your hand that can be tracked if you have personal data, which you know, you use to to buy something all of that can now be instantaneously tracked. And we can know just about anything we want to know about anybody. And that I think ought to alarm all of us because big brother is here in spades. Do we need an A? I R. Well, we have. Of course, we have the army the navy. We have the air force. Now, we have we're talking about a space force. Do we need to rethink all of that? And maybe think about an AI force is that in the works. Well, in a way, it is they'll we won't have. I don't think in AI force per se, certainly the new space force is going to have a lot of a integrated. You know, when you look at what we're doing with robotics. If you're looking at how we're going to slave off of a for subterranean a massive urban operations. You know, the mega cities the Thomas platforms. We're already very much into trying to do this for the shooter, you know, for survival -bility alone, we have to do this for targeting and the like, and those are that really describes. A lot of what DARPA is doing. With the limited budget that it has to develop the semi autonomous systems that really tap into the power of artificial intelligence. When we think of artificial intelligence, most of us, myself included, we think of things like robots and drones and semi autonomous. You know, armaments and so forth. But is it less about that? And more about things like cyber warfare attacks on banking systems attacks on power grits. Well, there's no question that when you have everything's tethered to the same central system the internet, and that's why the Russians, of course, are looking at an independent, but if you take that into account then. Yeah, it's it's very serious cyber is the way to get into your Bank account. You know, how many of us have sheets and sheets of passwords and change those passwords on a regular basis. And yet we get hacked in spite of that why because you know, weird creatures of habit. The machines that were competing against our thinking smarter and better than we can because they have access to mega data in the cloud. You know, when I talked to Alexa in the morning, I ask her, what's what's the weather is in someplace in the world. She is of course, just to trigger, but she's going into the cloud and has act. Access to giant databases to pull down and tell me simple information. Well, we have something similar on that criminals can use it governments can use and they can find out virtually anything that we have left a trace on whether it's our credit trace, or,.

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The India-Pakistan Crisis Is Not Over

Sports Talk with Ron Cameron

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

The India-Pakistan Crisis Is Not Over

"All quiet along the disputed boundary in divided. Kashmir, I since a dangerous esscalation between Pakistan and India erupted last week bringing the two nuclear-armed rivals close to full out war as our military analyst. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis scuffles says it scuffles between the two countries are further complicated by Pakistan's growing reliance upon Chinese military support Indians, see Pakistan at the same time as a growing ally. China in fact, China is building a large ports facility. On Pakistani terrain to do north west of India. In response, India's building its own new naval port near the Iranian entrance to the

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To serving out the remainder of his term indicating he does not plan to resign. After an old photo of him wearing a racist outfits service northern the the video statement late Friday apologizing for appearing in a photo in which one one person is dressed in black phase, another wearing a full Ku Klux Klan uniform the chair of the Republican party of Virginia. Meanwhile, Jack Wilson is calling for the governor to resign. I wanted to give the governor of the benefit of the doubt he has been forthright in admitting that he's in the photographs and given that he should resign immediately. His lost the moral authority. I believe lead Virginia given this circumstance as well. As his comments on abortion governor north I'm should resign. Immediately. In Afghanistan is the Trump administration negotiates with the Taliban fourteen thousand US troops are still assisting and training and assisting Afghan forces and fighting terrorists networks to prevent the country from being a staging area for attacks on the west military. Analysts. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis is pessimistic whether the Taliban with adhere to any treaty commitments brokered by the US and their ability to penetrate in Kabul as throughout the country, and the fact that they controlled certain parts of the country. Now means that as soon as we depart, whatever paper says, I think ultimately, the Taliban will we'll take back over that country. The Trump administration pulling the plug on a decades old nuclear arms treaty with Russia, lifting unreasonable constraints on competing with a resurgent Russia and a more assertive China. The move announced Friday sets the stage for delicate talks with the US allies over potential new American missile deployments in explaining his decision. The president.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Merry Christmas. Joe on the radio, we showed up Frankie five boroughs is year. And we reached out to Luton Colonel Robert mcginnis, and he is kind enough to join us. He's Aren news military affairs analyst, author of the book future war. Colonel welcome back to the show, sir and merry Christmas. America's huge. Oh, thanks for having me. Well, appreciate it. Because everybody's like taking off this week, man. We appreciate a girdle you coming up and sharing your expertise with us. Give us a breakdown. Colonel view would about the president pulling out of Syria. Where did you go along with that, sir? Yeah. I did the, you know, the president said yesterday when he was in Iraq that you know, we we win in their intended to stay just three months, and it's been years. He accomplished what he intended to do. And he also called on the nations in the area Turkey and Saudi Arabia and others. To do their part. And in fact, he said, look, you know, the Turkish people are going to go after ISIS as well. The Saudis are going to help with development as we try to bring Syria back to some sort of normalcy. And he also are cautioned Theron or the Russians and others. Look from the airbase in which he was standing speaking to our troops. He said we could launch operations back into Syria. So that was a caution to them not to read too much into what he said. And then of course, he also told the troops area rock, we're not leaving. We're staying here in Iraq was going to do the right thing. So I think that there were a number of Massachusetts. I believe they were well received and how much does it. Visit curdled from the commander in chief like his the spirits of combat troops. Cheers from the troops. So I think her self evident the commander in chief needs to go out and see the troops. He's reassure them at a time. You know, clearly the Christmas time New York beginning. And then just of course, in the cloud that was left in the resignation of James Mattis commander in chief made it clear things are well, we know what we're doing. And we're charging forward. So I think it really accomplished a whole host of things Joe. Yeah. Do you know that Patrick Shanahan the acting Defense Secretary, sir? Yeah. He he's a great guy a very capable man behind the scenes person that makes the machinery of this giant building city part of operate. And you need somebody like that that understands the the big corporation type of thing. Now, the president said yesterday that you know, he's not under hurry to replace Jim Mattis he will in time. Right now, we just want to keep things moving forward. And of course, I suspect it will be most visible on defense issues, perhaps stepping back and Kim Mattis that he has your sheri- sharing. Again. It's going to be able to make the trains run on time and on the president's moves occurred. Is there a danger? This could affect the balance of power in the region and allow Iran to gain a foothold in the Middle East. Well, Iran's already in. Here Damascus as are the Russians. Joe everybody knows that Israelis are watching carefully. And of course, I think the president is conversation with air to one the frozen Turkey day prior to Syria announcement is really sending a message that says our NATO ally, the church, and we're going to work with them. They're going to perhaps kind of counterbalance what the Iranians are doing. We understand that your politics in that region. And of course, we're calling on to do for more than perhaps they have in the past by Davy armory and fifteen the Arab more helping the Kurds as perhaps not as enthusiastic adopt. But that doesn't mean that as I said yesterday. Yeah. We can always go back in there. We have plenty of planes in Sixth Fleet. We have plenty of throughout the region. It's only an hour away. And by the way on the other side of the Syrian border. We have a bunch of firebase. And so we could very well influence that's going on. We don't like the direction. It's going in Colonel Guinness Piscopo morning, Colonel you mentioned Israel. They may have carried out some air strikes in Syria yesterday. Do you expect to see more of that? Now that we are leaving. Yeah. I think that the Israelis have invested interest in keeping the Iranians heads down, obviously his. Tony river next to the Israeli northern border will continue to be a farmland and Israel's going to send his best interest is Benjamin Netanyahu's often set, and I think the president is fully supportive of that. And the Russians of course, understand Israel's concern. And so they're going to be a bit tepid in that situation. So yes, Israel will continue to defend its interests. And Colonel mcginnis said we're going to pull out of Afghanistan for sure next is that what you're hearing, sir. Yeah. I believe that we're going to downsize the president said at this point is that we're going to downsize maybe cutting half what we have over there. We have a combination of troops there. Joe clearly doing training equipped missions. But also some counter terrorism operations once again, you don't have to be in downtown Kabul to go after the remnants of al-qaeda and some of the leadership of von we're negotiating them. I think pretty well in the Gulf Bahrain. And in fact, I believe that a solution could be forthcoming, but you know, the Russians stay there a decade we've been there almost two decades. It's a country walked in the fourteenth century. It's gonna take a long time. I believe to resolve those differences, and it's not talking to be done as quickly as new you like to see currently very gracious with your time this morning, we appreciate it. ESPN I made one final question about Yemen. How things are going to be played out in Yemen, sir. Well, the Saudis and the Iranians are using that as a proxy war gel. And we've known that for years, the huge these, of course, are aligned with Iran their supplies. Iran was Lockets missiles, which they fire at Riyadh. And like, you know, we've been in the metal to a certain degree in helping the Saudis. I believe that if we can get the Iranians to at least back out somewhat then we can find a a modicum of peace, but I don't see a short term resolution to that. That's that's gonna be a sore. Spot is going to continue I delete for years to come great. And forgive me curdle. I ask you about the Kurds. Are we abandoning the Kurds? Well, we're gonna continue supplied occurs. Keep in mind. The Kurds in Syria, Turkey, Iran and Iraq. In fact, I have a family member in northern Iraq working with the Kurds. The current are concerns that. Yeah. Air the gonna come after them as often they have especially in eastern Turkey that will continue supply there, and we'll continue to provide. I think. Yeah. All sorts of even air operations should that become necessary. That's why the president was near pace. He's not he's not shy about using our capabilities is supports our best interest. That's what I think. John Dalton telling the president. And I believe the cousin is right. It's great conversation. Talking about the Kurds in Syria. Of course, Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis as renews military affairs analyst, author of that book future war super soldiers terminators cyberspace of the national security for twenty-first-century combat. Colonel always appreciate your expertise. Appreciate it and happy happy new year to you, sir..

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Seven still merry Christmas. Joe on the radio, we showed up Frankie five boroughs year. And we reached out to Colonel Robert mcginnis, and he is kind enough to join us. He's news military affairs analyst author of the book future war. Colonel welcome back to the show, sir and merry Christmas. America's huge. Oh, well, appreciate it. Because everybody's like taking off this week, man. We appreciate it. Girdle you coming up and sharing your expertise with us. Give us a breakdown. Colonel. If you would about the president pulling out of Syria, where did you go along with that, sir? Yeah. I did the, you know, the president said yesterday when he was in Iraq that you know, we went in their intended to stay just three months, and it's been years. He accomplished what he intended to do. And he also called on the nations in the area Turkey and Saudi Arabia and others. To do their part. And in fact, he said, look, you know, the Turkish are going to go after ISIS as well. The Saudis are going to help with development as we try to bring Syria back to some sort of normalcy. And he also cautioned Theron or the Russians and others that look airbase in which he was standing speaking to our troops. He said we launch operations taxes serious. So that was a caution to them not to you know, read too much into what he said. And then of course, he also told the troops here in Iraq. We're not leaving. We're staying here in Iraq. We're going to do the right thing. So I think that there were number of Massachusetts. I believe they were well received and how much does it visit to curdle from the commander in chief like this buoy the spirits of combat troops. Cheers from the truth. So I think her self evident, you know, the commander in chief needs to go out and see the troops that he reassure them at a time. Clearly the Christmas time New York beginning. And then, of course, in the cloud that was left in the resignation of getting Mattis, the commander-in-chief made clear things are well, we know what we're doing and we're charging towards so I think it really accomplished a whole host of things Joe. Yeah. No Patrick Shanahan. The acting Defense Secretary, sir. Yeah. He he's a great guy. Very capable. Behind the scenes. Person that makes the machinery of this giant building part of operate. And you need somebody like that that understands the big corporation type of thing. Now, the president said yesterday that you know, he's not in a hurry to replace Jim Mattis he will in time. Right now, we just want to keep things moving forward. And of course, I I suspect it will be more visible on the issues perhaps stepping back and Kim Mattis, but he has the assurance that Mr Sharon, again, it's going to be able to make the trains run on time and on the president's moves occurred. Is there a danger? This could affect the balance of power in the region and allow Iran to gain a foothold in the Middle East, Iran. You. Mm. Facility here, Damascus as are the Russians. Joe everybody knows that Israelis are watching carefully. And of course, I think the president is conversation with air to one the frozen Turkey day prior to Syria nouncement is really sending a message said our NATO ally the church going to work with them. They're going to perhaps counterbalance with Iranian are doing we understand that your politics in that region. And of course, we're calling on Riyadh to do far more than perhaps they have in the past by maybe armory, and the Arab militia more helping the Kurds as perhaps not as enthusiastic adopts. But that doesn't mean that as the president said yesterday. You know, we can always go back in there. We have plenty of planes and six fleet we have plenty of sustainability throughout the region. It's only an hour away and all by the way on the other side of the Syrian border. We have a bunch of firebase. And so we could very well influence what's going on. We don't like the direction. It's going in Colonel Piscopo, currently, you mentioned Israel. They may have carried out some airstrikes in Syria yesterday. Do you expect to see more of that? Now that we are leaving. Yeah. I think that the Israelis have invested interest in keeping the Iranians head down, obviously, his the LA. South of the river next to rally northern border will continue to be a fondling and Israel's going to send its best interest is Benjamin Netanyahu's often set, and I think the president is fully supportive of that. And the Russians of course, understand Israel's concern. And so they're going to be a bit tepid in that situation. So yes, Israel will continue to send us and Colonel mcginnis. We're going to pull out of Afghanistan for sure next is that what you're hearing, sir. Yeah. I believe that we're going to downsize knows what the president said at this point. We're gonna downside maybe cut in half. What we have over there. We have a combination of troops there. Joe clearly doing training equipped mission, but also some counter terrorism operations once again, you don't have to be in downtown Kabul to go after the remnants of al-qaeda and some of the leadership of tally. Bon we're negotiating I think pretty well in the goal in Bahrain. And in fact, I believe that a solution could be forthcoming, but you know, the Russians stay there a decade we've been there almost two decades country locked in the fourteenth century. It's gonna take a long time. I believe to resolve those differences and talking to be done as quickly as like to a currently very gracious with your time this morning, we appreciate it. He asked if I made one final question about Yemen. How are going to be played out in Yemen, sir? Well, the Saudis and the Iranians are using that as a proxy war gel. We've known that for years, you know, the huge, of course, you're aligned with Iran. They're supplied Veyron walk walking missiles, which they fire Riyadh and the likes. You know, we've been in the middle to a certain degree in helping the Saudis. I believe that if we can get the Arabians to at least back out somewhat then we can find a a motivation piece what I don't see a short term resolution to that. That's that's gonna be a sore spot. That's going to continue. I believe for years to come. Great. And forgive me Colonel. I asked about the Kurds are we abandoning the Kurds. Well, we're going to continue supplying occurs. Keep in mind. The Kurds in Syria, Turkey, Iran and Iraq. In fact, I have a family member in northern Iraq. Working the Kurds the Kurds are concerned that. Yeah. Air the going gonna come after them as often they have especially in eastern Turkey, but you'll continue supply and we'll continue to provide. I think all sorts of even air operation should that become necessary. Was that a Neo case? He's not he's not shy about using our capabilities. Supports our best interest. That's what I think John Bolton telling the president. And I believe the president's right? Great conversation. Talking about the Kurds in Syria. Of course, Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis SR, news military affairs analyst, author that book future wars super soldiers terminators cyberspace in the national security.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well, the clock struck midnights and the US Senate was unable to invert to avert a partial government shutdown but negotiations are underway to work matters out the more than five hours Friday afternoon, a procedural floor vote was held open while off camera back office negotiations were taking place with the votes of senators Corcoran flake, the vice president cast, the tiebreaking boat and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell made. This announcement Senate has voted to pursue the legislation before us in order in order to preserve maximum flexibility for productive conversation to continue between the White House, and our democratic colleagues from this point the work will be to draft a final Bill whose language meets the approval of the president and the leaders of both parties in both houses to achieve express. Passage for final Bill without parliamentary delays, George Montani reporting both houses scheduled to reconvene Saturday at twelve noon. President Trump announced this week. That depends secretary Mattis what retire at the end of the fepbue. Ury military affairs analyst retired. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis says Mattis was a much admired Defense Secretary is much loved secretary primarily because he has a soldier's heart. He understands the hardships of of the combatants and the family members five conservation groups at filed a lawsuit seeking to block oil production from a proposed. Artificial gravel island in federal Arctic waters groups asked the ninth circuit court of appeals to review in Australia production plan approved the liberty project. In the Beaufort sea off Alaska's north coast. The group said the plan violates federal law governing outer continental shelf drilling the environment and endangered species. The site is fifteen miles.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WTVN

"You had a gentleman by the name of Valery Zorkin who is the chairman for Russia's constitutional court who even started to hint at perhaps we ought to amend. Our constitution much like the Chinese did this past year and allow Putin in this case to serve beyond twenty twenty four because he was just elected, of course, this past March they're beginning to see that we need longevity, and we need to have capability to keep the momentum going in and they feel confident that Putin's doing that much as a Chinese are feeling confident in president Xi as well. Not exactly painting, Putin as an evil adversary. And yet the title of the book is alliance of evil. So why why should we aside from the fact that the Russians have avast nuclear arsenal? Why should we be fearing Putin and an alliance with China? Well, what they're doing is. They're weaponising everything against us. You know, if you look at political coercion predatory economics strategic extortion information warfare covert action. You know, I I could go through every one of those Richard. And there's a long history. And in fact, in alliance of evil, I go through sixteen indicators in which those things just come out alive, and they they're like blinking red lights, and they suggest very strongly that yes there representing their interest. And in fact, Russia and China are. Collaborating, just like the Russian Prime ministers have been a Russian Chinese Prime leaders have been meeting here recently and their defense ministers just met for came time over the top side for the interruption. I gotta jump in here. We'll pick this up on the other side alliance of evil. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis..

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You had. A gentleman by the name of Valery Zorkin who is chairman for Russia's constitutional court who even started to hint at perhaps we ought to amend our constitution much like the Chinese did this past year and allow Putin in this case to serve beyond twenty twenty four because he was just elected, of course. Yeah. This past March, they're beginning to see that we need long Javadi, and we need to have capability to keep the momentum going in and they feel confident that Putin's doing that much as a Chinese feeling confident in president Xi as well. Not exactly painting, Putin as an evil adversary. And yet the title of the book is alliance of evil. So why why should we aside from the fact that the Russians have a vast nuclear arsenal? Why should we be fearing Putin and an alliance with China? Well, what they're doing is. They're weaponising everything against us. You know, if you look at political coercion predatory economics strategic extortion information warfare covert action. You know, I go through every one of those Richard. And there's a long history. And in fact, in alliance of evil, I go through sixteen indicators in which those things just come out alive, and they they're like blinking red lights, and they suggest very strongly that. Yes there representing their interests. And in fact, Russia and China are. Collaborating, just like the Russian Prime ministers have been Russian Chinese leaders have been meeting here recently and their defense ministers. Just for teams time over the side for the interruption. I gotta jump in here. We'll pick this up on the other side alliance of evil. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis..

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on KTRH

"Minutes after ten a lot of tens in our family. And of course, mom and dad met and fell in love at CF are be ten ten. So there you go. Coming up in hours one and to Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis, or as we say up here in Connecticut. Stan left tenants, Colonel Robert mcginnis retired. He says America is locked in a new kind of dual Cold War with the Russians and the Chinese the Russian federation under a populist off. Authoritarian leader seriously threatens the west through cyberspace and military. Thanks to that country's heavy investment in sophisticated mass killing weapons, the People's Republic of China is a great power with global ambitions led by a new kind of communist leader focused on rapidly, growing, his nation, economically and militarily and together China and Russia collaborate to dominate our future. And that pseudo alliance could well become the catalyst that leads to the prophetic and times Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis author of alliance. Of evil is here for hours one and two hours three and four. And let's see what shall we do. I thought maybe we could exchange some veal recipes because there's absolutely nothing going on. Right. I actually remember slow new date Newsday's back in the nineties when we would sit around and say, wow, there's nothing going on. Well, that certainly isn't the case these days. When was the last time, we had a slow news day open lines in the last half hour of this audio transmission, of course, there's the murder of Saudi journalists kashogi there are migrants on the March from Honduras, there is the midterm elections. And on the horizon, we could talk about all that stuff. But but let me just throw this log on the fire. And I think it's the single most important question out there even more important than who wins the house who wins the Senate which party will get to stack the various courts with judges of their choosing. Yes. More important than all of those things. And that is in many ways, it's the only question that matters. What happens after we die? I'd love to hear from people who have experienced a near death experience or have had an after death and counter an encounter with heaven. Hell angels or yes. Even demons and given what Lieutenant Colonel Bob mcginnis is about to reveal it might be a good time to start contemplating our mortality and discuss what lies beyond the great veil. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary traveler, hang your cloak on a pay grab a stool and come gather around the fire. There are stories to be told in you are among friends. I'm Richard Serra sitting in for George Noory. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile? Newsradio.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You had. A gentleman by the name of Valery Zorkin who is chairman so for Russia's constitutional court who even started to hint at perhaps we ought to amend our constitution much like the Chinese did this past year and allow Putin in this case to serve beyond twenty twenty four because he was just elected, of course, this past March they're beginning to see that we need longevity. And we need to have capability to keep the momentum going in any feel confident that Putin's doing that much as a Chinese are feeling confident in president Xi as well. You're not exactly painting Putin as an evil adversary. And yet the title of the book is alliance of evil. So why why should we aside from the fact that the Russians have a vast nuclear arsenal? Why should we be fearing and Lyons with China? Well, what they're doing is. They're weaponising everything against us. You know, if you look at political coercion predatory economics strategic extortion information warfare covert action. You know, I could go through every one of those Richard. And there's a long history, and in fact in Allianz Aviva, go through sixteen indicators in which those things just come out alive, and they they're like blinking red light, and they suggest very strongly that. Yes. Representing their interests. And in fact, Russia and China are collaborating just like the Russian Prime ministers have been a Russian Chinese Prime. You leaders have been meeting here recently and their defense ministers just met for time over the top sorry for the interruption. I gotta jump in here. We'll pick this up on the other side alliance of evil. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis. Here's Jimi Hendrix, taking us into the break with voodoo child on coast to coast. Am..

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ten minutes after ten a lot of tense in our family. And of course, mom and dad met and fell in love at CF be ten ten. So there you go. Coming up in our is one and to Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis, or as we say up here in Connecticut. Stan left Tenet, Colonel Robert mcginnis retired. He says America is locked in a new kind of dual Cold War with the Russians and the Chinese the Russian federation under a populist. Authoritarian leader seriously threatens the west through cyberspace and military. Thanks to that country's heavy investment in sophisticated mass killing weapons. The People's Republic of China is a great power with global ambitions led by kind of communist leader focused on rapidly, growing, his nation, economically and militarily and together China and Russia collaborate to dominate our future. And that pseudo alliance could well become the catalyst that leads to the prophetic and times we tended Colonel. Robert mcginnis author of alliance of evil is here for hours one and two hours three and four. And let's see what shall we do. I thought maybe we could exchange some veal recipes because there's absolutely nothing going on. Right. I actually remember slow new date Newsday's back in the nineties when we would sit around and say, wow, there's nothing going on. Well, that certainly isn't the case these days. When was the last time, we had a slow news day open lines in the last half hour of this audio transmission, of course, there's the murder of Saudi journalists kashogi there are migrants from Honduras. There is the midterm elections. And on the horizon, we could talk about all that stuff. But but let me just throw this log on the fire. And I think it's the single most important question out there even more important than who wins the house who wins the Senate which party will get to stack the various courts with judges juicing. Yes. More important than all of those things. And that is in many ways, it's the only question that matters. What happens after we die? I'd love to hear from people who have experienced a near death experience or have had an after death and counter and encounter with heaven. Hell angels or yes. Even demons and given what Colonel Bob mcginnis is about to reveal it might be time to start contemplating our mortality and discuss what lies beyond the great veil. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary traveller, hang your cloak on a pay grab a stool income gathered around the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among France. I'm Richard Serra sitting in for George Noory. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile?.

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00:33 sec | 3 years ago

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The, future war new books alliance of evil but in future war You, know you could see, how do you stop decipher hacking how do? You, stop like ISIS getting out there and still staying online how. Do you stop, all the the bogusch entities that are anti-american that are how. Do you stop that. Cyber hacking and can you indeed do that Colonel or you can but you have to have, closed networks, certainly here at the Pentagon we. Have closed networks but still there are ways which if you. Can access one entity within that network, you can, therefore go anywhere you want you know we're especially vulnerable, as are a lot of western nations on, our infrastructure whether it's electric grid or are other utilities which are. Sometimes tethered to the internet and that's got to change other. Countries like the Russians North Koreans and even to certain degree Chinese are trying to do that to protect themselves it's incredibly expensive we've got to do more of, it you can be very, defensive and we are And you could of course can, take offensive actions using the internet but to close off the network sometimes you have, to accept the expense and do just that well the of curdle, Robert mcginnis so before the ego occur with Donald Trump said how we said. It at that. Summit with with President Putin really people. Are overreacting is that what you're saying sir Clearly you know, keeping my nineteen sixty-one John Kennedy went to Vienna in that with. Nikita, Khrushchev and they, had a very bad exchange? Rate We we had the Cuban missile crisis a little over a year later we don't need that what we need to do instead of throwing bombs at one. Another is to talk fine where, we can find common ground established. That common ground and, we understand they're not good players behind the scenes the president knows. That, full well, but we gotta find. Some accommodation this is too dangerous civil world living and, you think we'll get denuclearization in North Korea Yeah I think the president is on the right path You. Know these people I. Served, on the, DMZ over there I know these, people well you know they're hard to predict at times but. I think the president is going in the right direction certainly he's doing a. Lot better than Barack Obama even George. Bush before him so we have to hope and. Pray he's going to. Do. The right sort of thing I think so far Retired Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis news military affairs analyst for Sam. That the book is future war super soldiers terminators cyberspace and the national security. For twenty-first-century combat new book from Colonel. Mcginnis alliance of evil please come back soon sir. Always appreciate your expertise Thank you have a.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"We're talking with Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis about the Helsinki summit. And there were so many nuances attached to this thing that I am not going to be able in time we're going to have together to get to all of them but one, of the things, that sticks out to me as I as I read backgrounds. And I read various analyses? Of of what what happened there is that, we are in very very dangerous times but I must admit that I didn't see that going in why, didn't I see that I don't expect you to answer that With any foreknowledge But but but why are these times with this so-called new Cold War and and all the other things? That are happening why are the time so dangerous right now Well there's. A lot of the detail I'm going to save into my book comes out next month John but let me just kind of set. The stage here yeah of course ninety percent of all the nuclear weapons. That are possessed in the world or possessed between our two nations Russia and. The United States the Russians have been modernized modernizing their ballistic missiles. And their atomic weapons they've been threatening in their own doctrine in their rhetoric to use nuclear weapons and and basically Thompson us that you Americans aren't, gonna do anything even if we use a few small nukes and in Europe to get our way and the application is, what they did to Crimea and eastern, Ukraine they, would do the likes of Poland and the, Baltics and other former or near former Soviet satellites that having been said look at what they're doing in Syria you know? We killed a couple hundred Russians back in February of this year they were mercenaries but they were, working for an oligarch whose best friend of Putin so. We, know they. Were there to you know to prop up the Assad regime which Putin of course in bed with and and the likes we see. What they've done with the poisonous gas situation in Great Britain a we've. Seen their confrontation along the green line which is basically the former Soviet republics. That are now facing the border with the Russian federation I mean. The list of things whether it's you know interfering with our elections which you know even near the special counsel you know indicted last Friday yeah twelve, of GRU the intelligence operatives but that's no surprise to me I've been tracking this for years and know it's just a, matter that they think they have enough, evidence but, they'll never see the light of of American Court much, less I spent time in jail as they should the list of. Activities in which the Russians and their, intelligence operatives, and others are involved in his, long and, very dangerous but I think the underlying purpose of. What Mr. Trump was trying to accomplish there by seemingly being nice to. Putin, is he's trying to drive a wedge between, him and president Xi of China China is our primary threat of the future all you have. To do, it's not just economic and the, Chinese military, is exploding and capability, not only are they seizing vast portions of. The South, China Sea China. Sea, but they're intimidating people in Russia, in Europe and even in the. Arctic and across the world so I bring all this up in my new books I go into great, detail historically as well as contemporary people need to To understand we are in a very new. Era and this is a very dangerous time and I. Think perhaps the most dangerous time we've seen in the last two centuries That is scary and I'm wondering these warmongers who? Were sitting back waiting and expecting and hoping that our President Trump would attack President Putin they didn't get their way but what would, have happened had they gotten their way. Had he come out there swinging the way Kennedy did with Khrushchev way back when Well you know it's rowing verbal bombs at Putin. You know only fuels his, radicals at home that are calling for even tougher measures against the west. And so forth Putin is incredibly popular, he's a, nationalist his people elected in by seventy seven percent and the hardcore people that are advising. Him or as bad as any of the former Soviet the communists, they're basically, the same, people but a, little older and he would, have turned on us and viciously that. Doesn't mean he's. Not going to you know I call him pure evil and with good reason and document that in my new book but..

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on WGTK

"Prepping her for confirmation hearings this week asked for details of her involvement in the post nine eleven interrogation program for terror suspects critics note that hassle was the chief of base at a covert detention site in thailand where two suspects were subjected to waterboarding but the officials say white house as we assured hassle that are nomination remains on track and that she has the president's backing hassle is the first career operations officer could be nominated to lead the cia in decades she served almost entirely undercover and much of a record is classified ben thomas washington defense department agency utilizing artificial intelligence in an effort to combat cyberterrorism the defense advanced research projects agency or darpa is leveraging artificial intelligence to celebrate the military's cyber vulnerability detection capability military analyst retired lieutenant colonel robert mcginnis says harnessing artificial intelligence will be an effective way battling cyberterrorism it's certainly something that will help us to defeat the attacks that really get by the thousands and thousands if not millions on a daily basis here at the pentagon throughout the us government across the world has computers humans exploring software security or chest program looking to incorporate automation into the software analysis and vulnerability discovery process more on these stories at townhall dot com have you racked up more than ten thousand dollars in credit card debt are you barely getting by making minimum payments you should know the credit card companies are tricking you into thinking.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Well unfortunately terrorist attacks are so frequent over there joe yeah i haven't even kept up with what happened this morning i know that we're we seem to have one every couple of days that killed many many people these terrorists they taliban the qaeda even isis which has been hitting a slightly has to prove itself but it's not dead it's very much alive and is trying to take over that country much like it did in iraq and syria and john bolton as national security adviser we love it because john was a basset was a frequent guest on this show is as as you are occur how do you feel about john both advisor i'm giving the president my best advice i'm not going to comment on what my personal opinion is in public just represent my president and then let the president make the decisions and he's going to carry them out and make sure they're enforced by the bureaucracy that serves the president lieutenant colonel robert mcginnis with us as is great book future war super soldiers terminator cyberspace in the national security for twenty percents you've done by colonel we're always talking about we don't want to put our troops in harm's way in these in these really really delicate situations internationally are we close to t to your book future war are we close to this where we can pull out of for example syria yet somehow with your with all that you're talking about with the terminator's a super soldiers are we close to that you think well artificial intelligence drones hypersonic these are all things that are right on our our fingertips and unfortunately the chinese and the russians are developing them just as quickly as we are so the future war is becoming far more complex and far more deadly even our aircraft carriers which were threatened.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Out of respect for the great cavuto i pulled back but frankie fibro does he have to be that angry what when how why are people getting like that he used to do the voicing gets the red out that segment would have been a perfect commercial for an enema because he's a guy that looked really frustrated really backed up and really in need of some relief and re really just kind of people have seen the segment they know exactly what i'm talking i like ben stein loved them on charleston charge and first peeler and seinfeld but he he looked angry stodgy grumpy hour of the morning no no no no people getting like that on the right on the right they're getting the same way and i read the tweet and they get so vicious on the right and they say they go after they've gotta stop as bad as the white house correspondent dinner was as bad as it was a vicious was and as vicious as you see what the left is the the right has an i'm talking the extreme the way social social progressives in the way way right there they gotta stop because you and i were just right down the middle i don't understand but listen we're got we'll go on with neil today in the four o'clock hour and we'll have some fun with it about this white house correspondents dinner hey you know coming up lieutenant colonel robert mcginnis is coming up regina gio will be with us as well debbie do heym always great to see you debbie at seven oh that melted matz said l all so delicious dug into that to my mikey dug into that too you know it's great after the appetizers right kept coming at michael's a brooklyn road it was unbelievable oh a column on it all night long so let's just say it was so great you know seeing fred michael and john and everybody there they were wonderful treated us like gold as usual beautiful proud to be part of the radio family certainly with michaels in brooklyn seven twenty debbie's on the roads for you on am nine seventy the answer let's see what's happening around.

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"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"robert mcginnis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Yeah it doesn't mean you know lucky talked to president xi of china and he slapped him with some tough the other day the president is willing to talk to anybody in the world this this young kid that's run north korea kim jong un who is very dangerous i don't think he's crazy i just think he's pragmatic given the situation he's he's living in then he is someone that the president can can work with i think we'll have to wait and see but you know the president has a lot of things in his back pocket that he could use against that regime i just hope that the president does you know follow through and makes it happen thank you very very gracious with your time upside this innate curiosity about the world affairs iran how do you deal with iran you could shoot this deal damn boat i think probably the most troublesome spot in the world now no giving us problems and syria it's allying with russia and china it's token the saudis and the eye and of course it's threatening our great ally israel so the ayatollah has an internal problems long ago we should have you know seated and insurgency something that i personally called for here at the pentagon with some very senior people back in the early two thousands they kind of laughed us out of their office they said they knew better well that's the the typical swamps response to things they clearly do not understand you've got to go after these ayatollahs their irdc had we done that fifteen years ago we wouldn't have the problem we do today lieutenant colonel robert mcginnis you know what thank you service to the country sir always appreciate you on the program combats piscopo in the morning seven thirty five right now you're welcome to call eight seven seven nine seven hundred.

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