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Fresh update on "target" discussed on Kairós Podcast

Kairós Podcast

00:36 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "target" discussed on Kairós Podcast

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Pastor Greg Locke's Popularity Has Exploded Because He Speaks Bold Truths

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 14 hrs ago

Pastor Greg Locke's Popularity Has Exploded Because He Speaks Bold Truths

"Pastor greg tell us first of all what. What is the website for your church. Quick before i forget it. Globovision bc bible church dot com global vision. Bbc dot com. How long have you been pastoring. where did you grow up. I grew up here in hometown. A profit not without honor but in his own country led jesus said but it was a tiny little five thousand person town and then it's just exploded. We're kind of like the last bedroom community here in nashville came back home in two thousand and six so fifteen years ago. I started the church from from scratch. And now we're in a three thousand seat tenant and people just keep showing up because somebody saying something. And god's given us a voice to the nation so thank god for it well. This is what. I have noticed that. Those pastors who've been particularly heroic and bold their churches have exploded. Because there's a there's a hunger for this out there even among nonbelievers or among people that they don't believe it. But i don't really go to church. People are really hungry for this. So i find it kind of funny that the free market sometimes does really wonderful things I mean it you know if you have a virtuous population they will choose virtuous and good things and that seems to be what's happening. We know that our friends in california jack hibs and others their churches have gone up. The numbers have gone up speaking a cornerstone chapel in virginia. In a few days they've experienced a similar thing. When did you decide to kinda get bold on. This stuff was there. It was there a moment for you. Was it During the last few years when did you decide to be outspoken. And become a target of people who just don't like bold people the damn kind of broke for me in two thousand fifteen when the supreme court made their ridiculous decision for same sex marriage and so i did a video called. I'm coming out of the closet and that was it. I mean we went from five thousand followers fifty thousand followers to the blue checkmark and pretty soon two hundred and fifty five hundred million and then of i started fighting target over the transgender bathroom nonsense and planned parenthood just back and forth with them and so it just seemed like controversy began to build the ministry and jumped on the trump train literally because i did a couple of bus tours for mike lyndale and some others and so it just seems like every time i would just i would say something people would resonate and they would say you are saying what we are pastors would

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Tennessee Pastor Greg Locke Slapped With Lifetime Ban From Twitter

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 14 hrs ago

Tennessee Pastor Greg Locke Slapped With Lifetime Ban From Twitter

"We're talking my friend. One of the heroes pastor greg lock. He is in the nashville area in mount. Juliet actually tennessee. He pastors global vision. Bible church my brother gregg. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. Thanks for having always a joy you You encourage me. And that's important because they're not a lot of wastes out there. It was just talking to my wife this morning about who who has been really bold Who is saying this stuff that other people you can't say that can't say that you've been one of them and For your boldness. I guess you were recently kicked off twitter. I guess i should take a badge on are always kicked. This program was killed off youtube because we must be saying something. That's bothering somebody. I know i'm not spreading disinformation or misinformation. And i know you're not but that's what they say. Isn't that what they said. Oh absolutely yeah you know. You're over the target dropping. The right bombs and i mean. I've been on twitter since two thousand nine and anybody. That knows anything about social media. Twitter's the hardest platform to build but it also has the most trolls and the most vitriolic pushback in so it really is a kind of a badge or one hundred and fifteen thousand followers verified platform at booms. They took it down and said lifetime suspension. I it's it's amazing. Because i had a similar thing we had. I don't know two hundred twenty thousand youtube subscribers and they gave us you know it's kind of like this creepy marxist standards community standards right and i think folks like you and me were being loud because we know this is. This is not just un-american. This anti american. This is evil. This is marxist evil. We shouldn't stand for it and by the way if you stand for it you're part of the problem folks. I hate to break it down for you but you are part of the problem. We're living in tough

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'Vaccine apartheid': Africans tell UN they need vaccines

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 15 hrs ago

'Vaccine apartheid': Africans tell UN they need vaccines

"Well the U. S. and other nations contemplate coronavirus booster shots leaders of African countries called for wider distribution of vaccines speaking at the U. N.'s annual meeting African leaders denounced vaccine inequity including an Indian president hog again go this is not the insignificant inspectors president of Tanzania send me a salute her son says the level of vaccine inequity seen by African countries is appalling most of all countries every note related less than two percent of all populist and thus seek more folksy is full of people other countries about to roll out this side does the director general of the World Health Organization says only about fifteen percent of promised donations of vaccines have been delivered he says they need to billion doses right away to achieve the target of forty percent of the population of every country by the end of this year I'm Jennifer king

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Fed foresees a potential rate hike as soon as next year

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Fed foresees a potential rate hike as soon as next year

"The federal reserve is signaling it may start raising its benchmark interest rate sometime next year such a move would be earlier than envisioned three months ago and assign the fed is concerned that strong inflation pressures may persist for now though the central bank is keeping its benchmark interest rate at zero two a quarter percent and says it expects that target range will be appropriate until labor market conditions reach maximum employment and inflation is on track to moderately exceed two percent for some time at the same time the fed says it will likely begin slowing the pace of its monthly bond purchases later this year if the economy keeps improving the fed cites progress on could nineteen vaccinations and strong policy support as key factors in the economic recovery and strengthening job market it also notes improvement in the sectors of the economy hit hardest by the pandemic Ben Thomas Washington

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Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:54 min | 3 d ago

Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

"You got thousands and thousands of haitian illegals in del rio texas. You've got a drone strike. Where biden was going to show the world. How tuffy was takeout some isis k. Terrorists instead he wiped out a family of ken. Seven children three none of the isis k. Targets apparently were taken out. France's live with us. They recalled their ambassador from washington because of a nuclear deal that we cut france out of and then you got the vitamin ministration. Promising boosters are going to begin today that he said that last week and the fda came along and said not so fast not so fast. No boosters at least now except if you're sixty five or older or vulnerable when you're losing chuck todd of meet the press. You might have a problem. Check out this exchange between willie geist of nbc and chuck todd over biden's now. Chuck todd characterizes it as a pretty big credibility crisis. I would call it a catastrophe. Listen to this so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour. On friday where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over isis actually killed a group of civilians including seven children france recalling its ambassadors from from washington because of that nuclear deal. They were cut out of between the united states and the uk and australia and also the kobe booster news. That all came on friday. How is the white house managing all this. And what do you expect to hear from the president at the u. n. on tuesday. Well look i think he's got a pretty big a credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite afghanistan withdrawal wasn't going to be messy. This wasn't gonna look like saigon. The booster shots he came out and he essentially said eight months and even indicated. Maybe we should started as soon as five months now. We're not sure of anybody under sixty five is going to get a booster shot. So he's had of course the border has been you know whether this could. We can talk about the border problems. You could say there's years in the making but the it's pretty clear we have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. Wow chuck todd of meet the press saying that biden has a pretty big credibility crisis.

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Islamic State Militants Claim Attacks on Taliban

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

Islamic State Militants Claim Attacks on Taliban

"The extremist Islamic state group has claimed responsibility for a series of deadly bombings targeting Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan on the claim published late Sunday signals a growing threat to the Taliban by their long time rivals at least eight people including several Taliban fighters were killed in the attacks in the provincial city of Jalalabad an I. S. stronghold the Taliban now face major economic and security challenges in trying to govern Afghanistan on and I think separated campaign of I. S. attacks will further complicate those efforts both groups subscribe to a harsh interpretation of Islam but the Taliban have focused on taking control of the country well I. S. affiliates that on elsewhere cool the global jihad I'm Charles that's my

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Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

Daily Tech Headlines

02:09 min | 4 d ago

Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

"On friday we talked about a nature publication by google. Ai scientists that showed how a deep learning system could detect abnormal chest xrays rays with an accuracy. Rivaling that of professional radiologists. The system only detects whether a chess scan is normal or not and is not trained to detect specific conditions. The goal here is to increase productivity and efficiency of radiologists clinical process. Let's examine some a i x ray. Science first of all how to rays work xrays are a type of radiation energy. Wave that can go through. Relatively thick objects without being absorbed or scattered very much. X rays have shorter wavelengths than visible light which makes them invisible to the human eye for medical applications of vacuum x. Ray tube accelerates electrons to collide with a metal and owed and creates rays these rays are then directed towards the intended target like a broken arm for example and then picked up by digital detectors called image plates on the other side differ body tissues absorb x rays differently so the high amount of calcium in bones for example makes them especially efficient at x ray. Absorption and this highly visible on the image detector soft tissues like lungs are slightly lighter but also visible making x ray and efficient method to diagnose pneumonia or pleural a fusion Which is fluid in the lungs. For example according to this latest nature publication approximately eight hundred and thirty seven million chest. Xrays are obtained yearly worldwide. That is a lot of pictures for radiologists to look at and can lead to longer wait times and diagnosis delays. And of course. This is why there's interest in developing ai. Tools to streamline the process many algorithms have already been developed but are rather aimed at detecting specific problems on an x ray. The google ai. Scientists however developed a deep learning system capable of sorting chest xrays into either normal or abnormal data intending. To lighten the case load on radiologists

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Dynamite (MM #3832)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Dynamite (MM #3832)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The other day, one of my friends posted a picture on Facebook that took me back to the early 1970s it was the cover of a magazine we all used to read back then called dynamite and I hadn't thought about dynamite probably since about 1975, maybe 1976. So went back and looked it up and found out that, wow, I was one of the first people to ever subscribe to this magazine that was put up by the scholastic book company. We used to get a lot of scholastic stuff, and this was their first foray into magazines for students for pre teens and teens. I didn't realize dynamite magazine went on until the 1990s. So if you went to school in the 70s or in the 80s, you probably are familiar with dynamite. Of course, I was right on the edge of dynamite magazines, target readership, so I was only there for maybe a year year and a half before I got too old. But I figured out it was probably the first magazine I ever subscribed to as a kid. Maybe it's where I got my love for pop culture. I probably goes back further than that, but it definitely helped, and what kids into the 80s and even to the early 90s saw dynamite and maybe it changed their lives too.

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Dynamite (MM #3832)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Dynamite (MM #3832)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The other day, one of my friends posted a picture on Facebook that took me back to the early 1970s it was the cover of a magazine we all used to read back then called dynamite and I hadn't thought about dynamite probably since about 1975, maybe 1976. So went back and looked it up and found out that, wow, I was one of the first people to ever subscribe to this magazine that was put up by the scholastic book company. We used to get a lot of scholastic stuff, and this was their first foray into magazines for students for pre teens and teens. I didn't realize dynamite magazine went on until the 1990s. So if you went to school in the 70s or in the 80s, you probably are familiar with dynamite. Of course, I was right on the edge of dynamite magazines, target readership, so I was only there for maybe a year year and a half before I got too old. But I figured out it was probably the first magazine I ever subscribed to as a kid. Maybe it's where I got my love for pop culture. I probably goes back further than that, but it definitely helped, and what kids into the 80s and even to the early 90s saw dynamite and maybe it changed their lives too.

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Bombs Kill at Least 3 in Eastern Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Bombs Kill at Least 3 in Eastern Afghanistan

"A bomb has killed at least three people in eastern Afghanistan an injured around twenty witnesses say the series of free explosions have targeted Taliban vehicles in the capital of Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province no one's immediately taken responsibility for the attack but the increasingly violent Islamic state group affiliate is headquartered in the east and the enemies of Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers it wasn't immediately clear whether Taliban officials were among the dead and wounded also police officials say a sticky bomb a form of hand grenade was exploded in the capital Kabul wounding some people I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Biden Regulary Targets Republican States, Passes on Democratic States With Low Vaccinations

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 6 d ago

Biden Regulary Targets Republican States, Passes on Democratic States With Low Vaccinations

"Neither President Biden or pass sake have been critical of Illinois, Michigan, Nevada and North Carolina or their Democratic governors, for quote lowered vaccination rates. On the other hand, just sent this in Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sparred with the president a number of issues but especially in the subject of Covid and how best to balance the public health challenge It represents. Whether the priorities let me make this as clear as I know how I don't know. The single governor in this state is anti vax. As I've said over and over again, you can be pro vaccine and anti tyranny. The Republican governors, most of them with the exception of the governor of Massachusetts, in Maryland, I guess Our anti tyranny, Pro vaccine anti tyranny. In Florida is a massive state. Texas is a massive state. And they're actually doing very, very well. It's also notable national review that vaccines have proven resilient and preventing hospitalization and death amidst the Delta variant outbreak. Breakthrough cases have been far more common since it supplanted the original viral strain is the most common in the U. S and a press conference. Yesterday, the Santas noted. That at Broward County site where anti body doses are being distributed 52% of the patients and a whopping 69% of the patients over the age of 60. Have been

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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk

"Advisers at the food and drug administration rejected recommending widespread use of a third dose of visors coronavirus vaccine the vote was sixteen to two against three doses a setback for the White House adviser Dr Michael Carrillo says they need more data we need to target the boosters right now it should be clear to the people are likely to be at high risk and it's an older population that you know compromise and the advisers later voted to recommend the extra does to those people advisor Dr Amanda Cohn at the CDC says the focus should stay on two doses it is clear that the unvaccinated are providing transmission the Biden ministration was hoping for the three dose recommendation to shore up protection from the delta variant at Donahue Washington

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Pentagon Acknowledges Drone Strike Killed Afghan Civilians

The World: Latest Edition

00:19 sec | 6 d ago

Pentagon Acknowledges Drone Strike Killed Afghan Civilians

"Breaking news about afghanistan. Pentagon officials said today that the deadly strike targeting islamic state extremists on august. Twenty ninth went terribly wrong a hellfire missile hit the wrong vehicle and as many as ten civilians were killed including up to seven children. The pentagon is calling it a tragic mistake.

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Bill Maher Blasts Mainstream Media for Terrifying People Over COVID

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 6 d ago

Bill Maher Blasts Mainstream Media for Terrifying People Over COVID

"Here's bill marr. The comic on hbo he was with the jimmy. Kimmel scolding the mainstream media. Or who. I call the beast for terrifying people for leading like the guy in the target with the ugly hat and the stupid badge on saying he's been vaccinated leading people to chase people down in a target bothering them because they don't have a mask on bill maher says that's the mainstream media fault decide a survey that was in the new york times which is liberal paper so they were looking for this answer but they were talking about The question was what do you think the chances are that. You would have to go to the hospital if you've got covert and democrats thought that was way higher than republicans. Seventy percent of democrats thought. It was way way way higher than it really was. Liberal media has to take a little responsibility for that for scaring the people. And the reason why i'm bringing this up is because it's much harder for every touring act to sell tickets and blue states. Oh interest they're afraid to go out of the house i see is in red states. It's all good to go. He's right he's absolutely right. I don't like the guy. The guy hates people of faith. It seems he questions faith. He's anti religion. But bill maher and i will never forgive or forget the way he insulted our troops and and call them. Cowards essentially said that the terrorists have nine eleven at least weren't lobbing bombs from foreign from far distances and that it was just such a terrible slur. He lost his. Abc gig over that. But you know he's parlayed it into a great career and he's very successful on. Hbo this guy speaks a lot of truth. And he's right about the the the mainstream media the liberal media scaring the crap out of people leading people to lose their ever loving

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Ford Adds Jobs to Increase Production of Electric F-150 Pickup

Wall Street Breakfast

00:41 sec | Last week

Ford Adds Jobs to Increase Production of Electric F-150 Pickup

"Ford said thursday. It would boost its f one fifty lightning production capacity to eighty thousand per year due to strong demand for the electric pickup truck. The company said that the vehicle would go on sale next spring. The us automakers said it would invest two hundred fifty million dollars at four hundred fifty hourly jobs across three michigan facilities in order to live production. It also garnered more than one hundred fifty reservations for the truck to date. The lightning is an electric version of ford's best-selling gas powered f. One fifty truck reuters had reported the automaker was targeting annual production of more than eighty thousand units. That's up from its prior. Target of more than forty thousand. Units

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China Intensifies Hunt for Cryptocurrency Miners in Hiding

The Breakdown with NLW

02:25 min | Last week

China Intensifies Hunt for Cryptocurrency Miners in Hiding

"When the history books are written the actual factual mining ban in china will be a key. Part of the crypto story of twenty twenty one. Remember the first rumblings we got about. China targeting crypto in may we sort of brushed off as more bluster and reconfirmation of old policies. At first it was just the banks reinforcing that they weren't allowed to interact with crypto. And so on and so forth but that ultimately changed and when it changed was when the vice premier made a statement saying that they were going to look into a bitcoin mining ban that signaled to all of the local provinces that this was serious and it also signaled that to the local mining operations that we can we saw one of our biggest drawdowns coming off of the rally between december and april and part of that was that minors were actually liquidating their bitcoin and the theorem to try to give themselves mobility to make decisions quickly. Subsequently of course we've seen one of the most significant if not the most significant hash rate migration in bitcoins history. Much of that has been to the benefit of north america. So far but that as we'll see in a minute could change in either case. The blocks will fees. How has a new report out about how provincial governments in china are dealing with the ban in inner mongolia the development and reform commission has hired a contractor to help it monitor for illegal mining operations. This is interesting because there are reports that some chinese bitcoin and the theory of mining operations have quietly even secretly resumed their operations. This partnership with the contractor suggest that the government is going to stay on the case now one interesting nugget from the bidding process is the government's ten bullet list of the areas that it wants to know about which includes the production and development process of crypto mining domestic and international policy stances and regulatory environment over crypto mining. The initial purpose and policy perks that inner mongolia gave to big data and cloud computing enterprises the cost revenue energy consumption and taxation breakdown of crypto mining operations locally the physical distribution breakdown of krypton mining operations locally techniques for differentiating crypto mining operations from other big data and cloud computing projects analysis of mainstream mining hardware and their energy consumption breakdown relevant legal basis for clearing out crypto mining operations the impact of shutting down mining operations on achieving the carbon neutrality goals and long-term regulatory responding mechanisms over crypto mining operations

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Air Force, Colorado State Among Schools Targeted by American Athletic Conference

The Drive with Paul Swann

00:58 sec | Last week

Air Force, Colorado State Among Schools Targeted by American Athletic Conference

"Article on cbs sports website. The american is looking to add. Air force boise state. Colorado state san diego state and uab. So you a. b. would be poached from conference. You say that would be a tough loss for conference to say and then you're going to go after so mountain west teams because if you look at it maybe the mountain west is going to be the biggest threat to the american and the rest of us the group of five even though the american likes to call themselves a power. Six conference in all actuality. It's the group of five or the the non autonomy five. Whatever you wanna call him. So the americans trying to put itself in a spot to maybe fend off the mountain west. A little bit more proactive and sees that the mountain west could be a more viable week to raid from to maintain its

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Baltimore Ravens Promote Veteran RB Devonta Freeman to Active Roster

Fantasy Focus Football

00:24 sec | Last week

Baltimore Ravens Promote Veteran RB Devonta Freeman to Active Roster

"Devante freeman has been promoted from the ravens practice squad to the active roster recently they released trenton cannon and i dunno mike. Do you think there is a fantasy. Fallout to devante freeman being activated to the roster and not necessarily but is it possible. He comes in and get sixty eight carries and one target. Maybe and if that happens that's taking away from tyson

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"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"You're talking about somebody at the white house level. Yeah i don't know where you'd put it would have to be an independent entity but they do have to have resources in authority. Okay question about that process. You know this administration. That's leaving now. The trump administration did little if anything in pushing back against russian behavior At least publicly. The president certainly didn't There were there were there. There was some opportunities when his secretary of state would come along and say yes. We've done this. We've done that but there was no message at least from a public perspective that was ever sent to russia. That says if you do something like this. This is going to be inactive war and this is. What's going to happen to you if you do this. And so the question being is this inactive war and does the. Us need to respond with something stronger than sanctions. So i'm not totally sure. I agree that this president has done. Nothing He he did Move the ball forward in terms of policy that allowed the us cyber command to conduct actions. That had been conducted in the past Certainly not publicly as as much as you might expect. This is hard. do i think it's an act of war It's an assault said before. This is not a gentleman's espionage. It's an assault and it has to be dealt with. The problem is russia is a very difficult adversary competitor to push on. What's interesting about china. In comparison is they are so economically tied To both the us into the world economic actions Tend to work. They so want to participate in trade. And i'm an other packs that that calling them out in naming tense work. Russia is a different beast because one they're brazen to they aren't as integrated into the global economy so they're pretty tough target But i think this is the one where you have to make the attempt to pull out all the all the tools of the trade. I don't. I don't know that you're ready to go to physical response But i think the idea that there would never be a physical response for a cyber attack is something that that our adversaries state to be disabused so physical humane connecticut and opposed to just cyber right. I think one of the challenges we have is every time we there's a cyber attack. We think that we have to do something in cyber now. There's a whole range of tools and again. I don't think this act probably crosses that line. But i think if we never send the message that we consider this the same as a physical assault on our homeland. This is a physical. This is an assault on our homeland. I considered it has. It has stolen information. It has cost us resources. And depending on where else they got him. The networks it could have affected safety so it has to be dealt with is a serious threat in a serious assault. And so i put all the tools on there and even if you don't use them right now you have to start doing some messaging you have to use diplomacy and you have to use the connections. You have to make clear that. There's a line because one of the problems in cyber in general is we don't have the same lines that we have in the physical world and yet we're seeing the same sort of effective destruction. Sue gordon talking about that. Massive hack that everyone believes russia did to the united states. She's got a lot to say about that what i do now is. We can't have another two year lag when the government decides it has got one hundred percent attribution. This has to happen very quickly. So we're going to do a part to next week and on that program. She'll talk about the challenges. This is america under attack. This is not the time to blame someone for what was done. On what policies. This is america and its fans the government in the private sector and actually globus. Well be sure to join us on our next episode of target. Usa in the meantime if you have any questions or comments about the program sent me an email a. j. green w. t. o. P. dot com. That's the letter. J color green. One word at whiskey. Tango oscar papa dot com j. green at w. t. o. p. dot com also. Please subscribe to our podcast and follow us on twitter. We're at t usa podcast. That's at tango uniform. Sierra alpha podcast. Also if you want more national security information sign up for inside the skiff my newsletter and you can sign up at wto dot com slash alert. I'm jay jay green and this is target. Usa deep national security. Podcast now stay tuned for the latest headlines from the associated press..

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"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

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08:13 min | 11 months ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"Lasers or microwaves are suspected as was the case in China and Cuba. Now they're legitimate concerns about whether it's happening right here in the US coming up on this edition of Target USA, he national security broadcast. From WTO. In Washington DC THIS IS TARGET USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States. Dangerous terrorist DC is repeatedly mentioned place. They would like to see an attack. Cyber. Criminal. America as a target on its back, and on this program, we investigate the threats, the people behind them, the agencies, fighting them and the impact on you. This is USA. The national security podcast. Jj Green you might remember several years ago hearing about US diplomats in Cuba that suffered from sonic attacks. They had hearing loss suffered from migraines and a range of physical effects that lasted for some for years. Well, here's a story. You may not have heard unless you read about it in the New York Times or maybe G. Q. Recently, it's the story of a retired CIA clandestine service. Officer his name is Mark Paulie Maracas, and interestingly he was in Moscow around the same time that US diplomats in Cuba and later China were suffering from these attacks that no one could explain perhaps it was a microwave or laser and we also didn't know who did it. But now as a result of hearing his story, we have a good idea who might have been behind all of them. Mark Tell me about the day in Moscow several years ago when you got nauseous, you're in your hotel room tell me about what you experience the symptoms. Sure, will lose it was the late late evening actually early early in the morning probably one o'clock in the morning. In early December of two, thousand seventeen I woke kind of twist START I had incredible Vertigo Vertigo nausea I couldn't even stand up. Almost fell down on the floor and was pretty scary. You know I had spent many years in in war zones such as Iraq and Afghanistan but this is probably the most scared I've ever been because I really didn't know what was happening to me. Later. At a dinner. Something similar happen. Would you explain that to? Write simple later. Recovered a bit over several days several nights later, just as I sat down for dinner at A. Fancy. Restaurant Moscow I started experiencing the same kind of dizziness. Nausea. I'd kind of knocked me out for another twenty four hours and then I kind of barely kind of crawled on airplane and made it home. But it was it was it was certainly a repeat of what happened the previous week. And then later at home in the United States again something similar, right? So when I return home. In you know in the December and then January timeframe I wasn't feeling great but the symptoms really. Came on. Once again, a little bit different kind of splitting Migraines which to this day in three years later have not gone away twenty, four seven Migraine but run the march timeframe was the worst I I had a terrible migraines. I had lost my long distance vision tonight, which is ringing in the ears. was cleared something something was seriously wrong with me with me. healthwise I ended up missing almost four months of work of late over a over that over two thousand eighteen. Who Do you think did this? Well I think you know I. You know you're you're you're always kind of questioning what happened when it was food poisoning or not. But then ultimately go back can obviously I was not a friend of the Russians and dot and I think based on some some later investigative work by by my colleagues at the CIA after I retired. Now I think there's there's a it looks like there's a pretty strong circumstantial case to the Russians where our behind us, what we believe is microwave weapon attack. The situation in in the US do you believe that was the your symptoms were from what? Were residual to what had happened to you before? Do you believe it was another attack? I think it was a residual. There was something that happened. Clearly it events of December two, thousand, seventeen at that kind of stay with me. and. So I don't I don't believe there was another attack in the united. States against me I think it was just a know whatever had occurred. was was kind of manifest. Then really really a is starting in March. But again it's this is now almost three years above but daily headache. Chronic pain and something called led me to to retire when I turned fifty on July two, thousand, nine team. There was another situation that I read about in this New York Times article or another article where another person who was on a street in the US. One of your former colleagues I'm not sure if you knew her or not this person That they experienced this very same kind of thing. Are you familiar with that? Still, I am just generally familiar with that. You know I retired when the Kurds on familiar with that I think this was a someone who is Again from what I've seen in the press. was was on the national security staff, the staff at the White House. and. So apparently, this this did happen to are both overseas and in the United States which you know again, I don't have any direct knowledge of it, but if true is pretty concerning because that shows kind of the reach. Of the perpetrators not only when we're outside the country, but also in the United States as well. This is what I want to get at mark. This is the United States and I don't think your colleague would lie and I do know that there have been I've done a number of interviews and a good deal of research with other people who have suggested that this type of weapon could be a microwave type of weapon. What have you heard about what the possibilities are for this type of weapon? Well I think the you know what would we saw reports of the last twenty four hours is pretty compelling when you out at the national. Academy of Sciences nor one of most reputable organizations talking about the likelihood that this was a microwave weapon win you know the doctors at University of Pennsylvania and the National Institute of Health and Walter Reed all kind of collectively believed that an event occurred. This is not Individuals in these boards making things up. And then finally I think there's a historic reporting an evidence that the Russians actually do have this weapon. They're one of only probably a few countries that does possess the. So putting that together I think there's a there's a very strong case that it wasn't microwave weapon and all I would ask and that I've always asked the United States government is that that you know that not only get investigated but ultimately that. Those of us who have been affected received treatment and met by treatment that means that world class facilities one of the key parts that I like to talk about this This issue is that we need to treat what happened. To those of us whether it was in Havana in Moscow in China, we have to treat it like this was a combat injury. You know the the Department of Defense is very good. At. Treating its soldiers who who get blown up you know in terms of of dramatic brain injury Walter Reed is the is the world class. Facility We have to have the civilian agencies both in the State Department kind of take that same attitude and and get off. The treatment. I think a perfect way of looking at businesses. You know the in state right now are acting as the NFL did fifteen years ago when it comes to TV high and we need to move them forward into the into the two thousand twenty, one.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"This is WTO original podcast. From, podcast one. Coming up in this episode of target USA. It was a challenge in time I write about this battlegrounds I, I read about the toxic environment. They're the interview we've been waiting for several years for HR, McMaster former national security advisor to President, Donald Trump and in a wide ranging interview, he pulls no punches. Jj. Like I've been shot at for. Real. So. I was I was pretty I was pretty stoic about it. I was like, okay. Bring it on. You know let me just do the best job I can for the elected President HR mcmasters book is called battlegrounds the fight to defend the free world. We talk about that in depth also Russia China Iran north. Korea. Working at the White House his career in the military and his career since then. Coming on this edition of Target USA the national security. PODCAST. From WTO key in Washington DC THIS IS TARGET USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country. North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terrorist DC is repeatedly mentioned is someplace they would like to see an attack cyber criminals option success. America has a target on its back, and on this program, we investigate the threats,.

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast one. Coming up in this episode of target USA, the nuclear situation between the US and Russia is worse than you think risk of accident mistake miscalculation. Has Risen over the last few years. Steve Andrea consultant for the nuclear threat. Initiative puts it all into stark perspective in a crisis that could lead to an accident or mistake or miscalculation that could conceivably trigger nuclear use coming on this edition of Target USA. He National Security podcasts. From WTO..

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"From podcast wine coming up in this episode of target. Usa when did Cova nineteen arrive in the US? The case of Patricia Dow of Santa Clara California who died in February was thought to be the first but pathologist Dr Duty. Melanin has other ideas. Her exposure didn't occur in February close to when she died at actual they've more likely occurred in early January. You said in your piece that is it possible then the covert nineteen virus was on US soil earlier than January. Maybe even as early as November. You said it's not just possible but it's likely explained the reason I think it's not possible but likely is if she's exposed in early January and she's a healthy person and it takes her a month to get sick and die then it makes sense that other people who would be more vulnerable would potentially die but they would not necessarily come to the attention of the medical examiner's office story coming up on this episode of Target USA the National Security podcast from WTO in Washington DC. This is target USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country North Korea's missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terrorist. Dc is repeatedly mentioned. Someplace they would like to see an attack Cyber Criminal. America as a target on. Its back and on this program. We investigate the threats. The people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you. This is target. Usa The national security podcast..

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11:43 min | 1 year ago

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"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA. Where did Cova nineteen come from right now? We still don't know if it was a leak from laboratory or it was from spillover from an animal and a wet market. Wait wait so did you register. You say we still don't know if this was bioengineered we still don't know we talk with former CIA. Covert operative report bear. But that's just the intelligence side of this equation. What about the scientific side? It is not something that had been tampered with her in any way. Mutated I guess we dig further into the questions. Where did it come from? What's the status of it now in the US and once the danger of reopening too soon coming up on this edition of Target USA he national security podcast from WTO in Washington? Dc THIS IS TARGET USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terrorist. Dc is repeatedly mentioned someplace they would like to seek an attack criminal. America has a target on. Its back and on this program. We investigate the threats. The people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you. This is target. Usa The national security podcast. I'm Jay Jay. Green the exact origin of the Kobe. Nineteen Corona virus might be debated for years with no definite conclusion. There are allegations from the Chinese government. That it was bio engineered by the US military. There are other conspiracy theorists that say China created itself. Then there's the most sound of all explanations so far that it developed naturally on this episode. We'll cover all of those perspectives first. We start with a newspaper article that came from the Wall Street Journal today. April Twenty Second Twenty twenty written by James Already. It's called China. Bat EXPERT SAYS HER Wuhan Lab wasn't source of New Corona virus internationally respected garage EST who sequences bat viruses finds herself in spotlight over Kobe. Nineteen she's called Bat woman by the Chinese media fifty five year. Old Doctor Gangly. She is the principal investigator at the Wuhan Institute of Technology and she and her colleagues have a large library of Corona viruses and other pathogens collected over the years from bat colonies around China in fact according to the Journal. They have a specimen in their lab. That's a ninety six percent match for the covert nineteen virus ravaging the world. Now it was taken in two thousand thirteen. What's interesting is that Chinese. Scientists pointed out a couple of months ago that this lab was very close to the wet market where most people think. This virus originated according to the paper. Since Dr she's lab was thrust into the spotlight they withdraw their research. And that's in part what's led to so much suspicion about where this came from Dr. She said in the paper she would quote guarantee on my life that this virus did not come from one of their labs intelligence collection is usually how the US figures things like this out but considering the viruses locked down the world in various stages intelligence gathering is very difficult. I spoke with former CIA. Covert operative Robert Bayer about the uncertainty of all of this and the difficulty in getting rid of that uncertainty what what are the intelligence agencies and services around the world doing in the wake of this. Well I mean the problem is. They're pretty much blinded whether you're in Peking or or you're in Beijing or Paris or you can't go out and make a meeting her main your France you need a letter to go out so spies working out of the embassy in Paris can't go out We don't know what the French are doing It it confined you telephones saint especially in China and you can't you can't operate in a place like China on telephones and don't forget that China is is key to this corona virus to I mean what the real figures are You you need that data I don't we can't trust the Chinese you know it in. That's not to not to single out the Chinese because a lot of governments are not coming up with the real data or real projections. But it's it's it's blinded us in a lot of ways it's it's it's basically left intelligence collection to the National Security Agency in intercepting. What's APP or whatever to find out what's going on so what kind of risk is the. Us facing Because it's blinded by this. How much are hostile intelligence agencies taking advantage of this? Well there's two. There's two answers to questions in one is it's killing us not knowing what's happening in China. It's killing us not knowing what's happening in. North Korea with corona virus or Russia Just how bad are things there? I mean how bad politically are things in Russia. Right now is an undermining The Russian government and undermining Putin. We simply don't know You know I I. It's it's a terrible time to be losing intelligence. You know I mean if I were in Beijing right now I would have people up in Wuhan hitting every hospital. hitting Data centers where you can. You can figure out how bad it is. I mean right now. We still don't know if it was a leak from a laboratory or it was from a spillover from an animal in a wet market. Wait wait wait. So did you register. You say we still don't know if this was bio engineer. We still don't know we. There is simply because we don't have access to the data that the Chinese don't like us they don't trust us. They figure anything they give us would be used politically misused They have doubts about our role in this and as relations declined between US and China will be less willing to give us give us hard information it just the way it goes always ask so the only way you can get that information as go steal it. What elementary. What factors are you taking into consideration Saying that perhaps you know this could have been bio engineered or their facilities. Nearby are the operators nearby. There there's a facility and will haunt there's a level for lab there they were. I mean the Chinese between this for a long time since SARS Doing research on viruses. They're probably better than most And there's certainly speculation looked. Speculation is occurring in among conspiracy theorist. But it's also it's also very real in the real questions. We don't know we what we don't know is for instance what mutations are occurring or what did occur or with this bio-engineered we just don't know. I mean I think one day it just takes three years to get to the bottom of something like this as it did for SARS Moore's which should the US be doing what the US be doing the US intelligence community. Well it's what they should be doing is for me being an ex. Cia Guy is recruiting. Spies places like Moscow and Beijing. But but clearly you can't do that. It's all done face to face and you need to get out We should also be supporting any sort of You know missions to places like China figure out. What's you know what's going on there because the fact that we've missed it in December was a gigantic intelligence failure somebody should've been jumping up and down in the Oval? Office saying this is going to come here. We can't keep it out. I mean that is is very clear at this point that that message was either rejected by the White House or was not delivered those year. Two choices now. Every day we hear something a little bit different on this. The White House says that You know it took action in February but We're we're the warnings in November. We were told that they were warned. The National Center for medical intelligence was supposedly Supposedly delivered a briefing. Did they do it or not? The trade represents the trade executive Peter Navarro said you know You know he's supposedly wrote several memos of cataclysmic Outcomes if the White House didn't do anything but none of that seems to. Nobody seems to be able to verify any of that. So do you ejei. You've got a cult in the White House in with calls. It's hard to break through. They want to hear what they wanNA hear. They're getting whatever. Intelligence they think is necessary on Fox News or other right wing outlets press outlets and you know that the you know some some scientists some of the CIA dermatologist. Can't get to the White House. You can't breakthrough they're not gonNA listen. Plus the White House doesn't really appreciate fat it it. It undermines their ideological message. And this is what you get You know so. It's like it's like it's like the commander of the the Teddy Roosevelt the carrier. He desperately tried to get people to pay attention that there was an outbreak of corona virus on his boat. No one would listen so he writes a letter maybe writes. He writes an email that goes around and gets leaked. Se thought it would but he was desperate when you're out in a situation like that I've been in them in people aren't listening. You start screaming louder. And that's what he did. And for his efforts he got fired in his career destroyed. Now you're sitting out the CIA. And the the president of the United States is not listening. To your warnings. Your choice is you'll probably still be ignored and get fired. And that's the message going through the intelligence community. Did if you tell an unpleasant truth in the white that's it for your career. That is chilling to say the least now. Jj We've seen the evidence of it. It's not just my conspiracy theory. We just you see it every single day. What about the career? People that are in the White House from the intelligence agencies. Where where they now that they can't do anything it I mean there. They just they can only do stuff at the margins. This is the problem. It doesn't pay to to stand up to the president you. Fbi Director said look..

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"Have a great day. That was bill browner. He's an American born British financier and political activists he's the CEO and co-founder of Hermitage capital management the investment advisor to the Hermitage Fund. which at one time was the largest foreign portfolio investor in Russia therein? His troubles started. I'm sure we'll talk to build again in the future and I'm sure you'll want to follow this case closely as it continues to unfold coming up on our next episode speaking of Russia one of the US is allies has a very interesting perspective on the situation. With Russia it's Croatia. Russia was innocence. The Soviet Union disintegrated but what is what was amazing and it's somewhat neglected neglected as as the fact is that it is integrated mostly peacefully. One have not expected something to happen so there was a moment in history of any thought that there there will be a possibility of having a partnership almost an alliance eventually Russia convergence Sunday Russia being demographic entry Pierre Simona Vich is the ambassador astor from Croatia to the US and he warns from experience that Russia is looking for every opportunity to step into power voids and we have seen that that was bruised bruised. Investment houses exactly invested in Israel during the times when Russia became very active in the Middle East and he warns now is not the time came to whistle past the graveyard of the Cold War coming up on our next episode. If you have any questions about our program or a comment send send me an email at J. Green W. T. O.. P. Dot Com. That's the letter j the Color Green One word and Whiskey Tango Oscar Papa. APPA DOT COM J. Green at W. T. O. P. dot com also. Please subscribe to our podcast and you can do. So right there on the podcast webpage. Also follow us on twitter at T- USA podcast. That's at tango uniform. The Era Alpha podcast. And if you want got more national security news and information sign up for my newsletter. It's called inside the skiff and you can sign up at W. T. O. P. dot com slash slash alerts. I'm Jay Jay Green and this is target. USA He nestles carry podcast. If you're looking for political commentary the twenty twenty presidential campaign heats up. Be Sure to check out the Charlie Kirk show known for energizing college students across the country entry. To get involved with politics. Charlie will now be reporting all the news from the upcoming primaries and beyond you can catch up on the latest amazing episodes including including interviews with Ben Shapiro and Vice President Mike Pence so be sure to subscribe on spotify. podcast one apple podcast and wherever forever. You get your podcasts. Here's some exciting news. It's official target. USA is now on spotify and it's free three. WE WANNA make it super easy for you and your friends to listen and joining. spotify allows us to be even more places for fans to find us and we can build community even further. spotify is working to help listeners. Discover the shows they love and now this podcast is one of them. If you're already listening to music on spotify now you can listen to target USA in the same place. If you're not on spotify yet all you have to do is download the free APP. That's right no credit card necessary very and simply search for our show to start listening free now stay tuned for the latest headlines from the Associated Press..

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07:07 min | 1 year ago

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"And and acquire information that informs how they're gonNA vote vote that's a really strong Platform for us in the US or the the main challenges for you. And what's your vision for dealing with everything. Well I think the main challenge challenge for us is both. There's one short term one long term short term. I think we want to work on as I said actioning the information we have but we I also want Americans to have confidence in their democratic institutions. And we recognized. The intelligence community is a very important incredible voice In in building that confidence across the United States long term. I think I want to continue to not only support this topic but also you better understand how this fits into as I mentioned the three hundred sixty five a day cyber campaigns and influence operations and so really election security charity is a moment in time very broader programs. I think so from a programmatic standpoint going to plan and continue our work is not just prepare for or a milestone in two thousand twenty but really incorporate ourselves into the natural muscle movement of the intelligence community at the end of the day any given day. How do you measure success for you and your group I think certainly as we get closer to twenty twenty A very practical measure of success. This is have we action D- Every piece of relevant information In the appropriate way so action could mean everything did we produce a product on it. Did we produce. Let's say a President's daily brief on it did we Ensure that the FBI's is counterintelligence unit received it so they could work within the FBI's authorities to action that information. Did I downgrade the information to share it with the state and local election action official. Because they need to know so I think for me a very practical measure of success centers on this issue of did I action everything that I had resident in our holdings and I think although that's a very practical measure it's one that I think is is both tangible And I think insures that the intelligence community isn't Limited to simply analysis but also expanding the impact of its work into those other constituencies. I just mentioned. Is there anything you'd like to add that I haven't asked you about that. You think important one. I really want to stress my appreciation for four media and colleagues like yourself in not only covering this topic but also highlighting the role of the media and civil society in terms of informing. Arming the American public on accurate information about elections accurate information about voting. I think what's important to relate to your listeners. Listeners is that this is not an intelligence community only Fight and not solely focused on the capabilities that I have resident in the intelligence community but really is based upon a partnership not only with the intelligence community and the rest of the federal government but the federal government and they're state local election action officials the states as well as civil society and think tanks and academia and those organizations that I think are best connected to the public. Look and so really it needs to be a consortium and Federation of capabilities and authorities That will prove to be the the best promise for the intelligence community as well as the United States to defend against these threats Ms Peterson. It's been a true pleasure to tell and we thank you so much into so much. It's a pleasure to serve the American public that was Shelby Pearson. The election threats executive from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. We'll be back to election security because seeing as how it's January and the election takes place in November. There's lots more to talk about so we'll definitely be back to it coming up on our next episode. I got a call on Friday the seventeenth of January from the British British US security services. They're anti terrorist group. That looks after my interests. That's Bill Browder the businessman and author. He cast himself as Vladimir Putin's number one enemy and the call he got from British authorities was important telling me that they had received a call from their Swiss counterparts and the Swiss had informed them that they knew I was coming to Dabo's they knew I was going to be speaking Dabo's they were aware that the subject of my of my speech was going to be critical attack on Russian corruption and they believed based based on their intelligence that there was some heightened Risk physical security. When I was going to be there we call it? The plumbers plot the mysterious steriods story of two Russians who were detained in Davos Switzerland in August saying that they essentially were vacationing but when authorities questioned them about about being there and being plumbers they produced diplomatic documents and that led to a whole story about a plot to possibly bug the World Economic Forum and in browsers case a possible attempt on his life. The full story and all the details coming up in our next episode. That's it it for this episode of Target USA. And the meantime if you have questions or comments about our program send me an email at J. Green at W. View T. O.. P. Dot Com. That's the letter j the Color Green One word at Whiskey Tango Oscar Papa Dot Com J. Green Gene at W. T. O. P.. Dot Com. Subscribe to our podcasts. Please and follow us on twitter at T- USA podcast that's at Tango Uniform Sierra Alpha podcast at T- USA podcast and you can follow our newsletter. It's called inside the skiff. Each each week. The latest on national security and international security events you can sign up at WTO dot com slash alerts. I'm I'm Jay Jay Green and this is target. USA The national security podcast from the creators of cold case files comes your next true crime. podcast obsession PD stories. Every week law enforcement professionals join host Tom Morris Morris from America's most wanted and live PD to share their experiences insights and perspectives on policing. You're not gonNA WANNA mister show be sure to subscribe on podcast one apple podcast and many other podcast apps so you can get new episodes every week. Now Stay tuned for the latest headlines from the Associated Press..

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10:16 min | 1 year ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"Cyber defence piece to it and so one night around midnight midnight. It shouldn't this tent and I had these cyber professionals from eight different countries in there and I asked him I said Hey who in. This room has never had the Chinese and in your network on inviting. Everybody just kind of looked around. I guess what I thought. Okay who in this room has never had the Russians and uninvited in your networks. No engine was like what I thought I said. Hey We have the same adversary Surrey. We deal with the same problem sets in this domain yet. We don't have as close a partnership as I think we we could and there are areas that we can work together particularly in cybersecurity and cyber defense critical you know. Building infrastructure restructured as defendable Helping each other shoulder to shoulder in this domain just like we stand shoulder to shoulder in the land domain the air domain and maritime domain. And so they want the one of the partner nations. He made a comment. He said. Sort of major what. You're saying revolutionary. Hey Man we can't. We can't say that word in here. We're not going to say that word but but you're right. It's just not spoken us. Oh you try to change the dialogue a little bit. There's things that we can do it. When cyber stood up that word it was so scary a lot of people because for a long time I know a lot of your You know the US a lot of the five partners that was very classified area and ground. Be In you know because we were trying to develop this. This is defense these offenses capability and and and as we do we try to get ahead of our adversaries you know. Stay in front of them and so But there's there's so much we can do together. It's not classified so give us a few examples briefly. Some of those things you can do. That aren't classified that you can give us a top of your head so Particularly training you know the US Army Cyber Center of excellence. Four Gordon Georgia inside. Had their cyber school excuse me inside their signal school they have to cyber security courses that that do particularly strictly with just cybersecurity and infrastructure. And how it how you develop good habits and it's and it's available able to international students and so I went to the signal school and I asked to combat in his sore major. I said hey you know I know you have a pretty robust international student population I think at the time they had maybe fifty six international students. I said how many of those students are from the Western Hemisphere. How many of them? I'm for central or South America. Lieutenant or major none of them not one not one student in the cybersecurity courses horses that the signal school. We're leading American descent. They were all Middle Eastern European. Okay and so I went back comments like hey doors are open. You know through the I met you know programs do the MC's and There's funding available and we can help our partners and offer them seats in classes. And so we've done that The another instance is there's a course in San Antonio Texas at the Inner American Air Force Academy also known as I am an EPA has two courses taught in Spanish that are that deals L. strictly in Cybersecurity as defense areas and those are also courses. That is new to the you know the the military And and the program and so we've offered that down to our our partners and they've taken advantage of that and I can tell you one of the One of our biggest partners in region Brazil and Colombia. I mean you know the two most park most capable military's down here in this area but I'll tell you Peru and Argentina and Chile. They're all they're all rapidly building their capabilities. And and we're we're doing everything we can to help them with that or anything that I haven't spoken to you about today that you want to speak about briefly before we show. I appreciate the opportunity to sit down with you and talk about this and I'll tell you it's been a spin an incredible ride for me You army south particularly working with our neighbors in central and south. America and Caribbean nations All of them we share the same challenges Sometimes just on a different scale and and and what we've found out what we've found what we find is we can certainly work. These problems sets a lot better if we do it together versus UH letting them try to do it on their own and and the Chinese are down in the AOR They're working really hard to to fill gaps it that their our partnership perceive or see actually have and so. It's important that we stay engaged with our partners because of the presence of the Chinese in South America Central America and the Caribbean I believe in I believe the Southcom and army south You know we can show that it's a lot greater than most people probably think The influences I mean it's just incredible predatory toward lending practices and donations of equipment. All comes with ties or partner. Not Nited states usually doesn't have a tie. We're we're neighbors and we're friends to the end. Thank you very much for that command. Sergeant major I appreciate your time. Thank you for your time appreciate you. That was command sergeant. Major William Reinhardt from US army south to put this whole thing into perspective the US is the number one target espionage and cyber in the world and its adversaries are using every opportunity to come after the US February Second Nineteen ninety-three the three Capitol Hill hearing room before the Senate Intelligence Committee a little more than three years after the Berlin Wall fell and the USSR or crumbled Jim Woolsey being confirmed as the CIA director issued a disturbing prophecy. Yes we have slain a large dragon but we live now now in jungle filled with a bewildering variety of poisonous snakes and in many ways the dragon was easier to keep track of. He was warning about the coming explosion. The threats facing the US he said for now. At least the cataclysmic risk full scale nuclear war has receded beyond the horizon But the risk in the shadow of a news great power competition has emerged once again and with it an espionage threat threat the world has never seen before on any given day there are two to three million people worldwide engaged in espionage Gra Simmons former former. Dia Counterintelligence branch teeth. He's not alone you know. We're talking about three or four million former. CIA covert operative Robert Bayer in their number one target. The numbers started in the United States. Clearly marked Kelton retired officer who worked clandestinely behind find the Iron Curtain while Russian intelligence is a critical threat. They are not leading this espionage. Charge of the millions science out here around the world involved in espionage happened number worked for China. Chris Simmons again and if you WanNa hear it from someone currently involved in the fight China by far I think is our preeminent counter-intelligence Threat Pete Lamp Special Agent at The Washington Field Office of the the FBI. So what exactly is everybody after. Here's Mark Kelton again. Adversary of trying to define the government secrets but it goes well beyond that. How far beyond Ondon does it go? We'll examine it in our next episode of target. USA In the meantime if you have any questions or comments about her program sent me an email email at J. Green at WTO P DOT com. That's the letter j the Color Green One word at Whiskey Tango Oscar Papa J. Jay Green at W. T. P. dot com also. Follow us on twitter at T- USA podcast. That's at Tango Uniform Sierra Alpha for podcast. Also if you're interested in more national and international security news sign up for my newsletter inside the skiff at W. T. O. P. dot com flesh. Alerts again thank you for listening. 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"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"To know if something is going on if something militias is occurring and leveraging technology You know today. There's machine learning and artificial intelligence intelligence being applied with security technology. And that allows you to kind of detecting things that are unknown Much of the older security software. You know what we would call fossilized security software relies on signatures and signatures alone. That's basically looking for only the bad things that you already seen. which which as you can imagine is not the best way to try to protect an enterprise So leveraging machine learning and artificial intelligence in some of the so-called next Gen technology that's that's available will enable organizations that are likely to be targeted by these types of threats to stay ahead of them and to detect the unknown Threats that are out there that have never been seen before. That's out of Myers Vice President of intelligence at Crown Strike and one final note. Today we've learned learned late today. This is the eighth of January twenty twenty that the US government is now very concerned about the possibility of some kind kind of activity here in the homeland several days ago. DHS issued an update to the National Terrorism Advisory System for the general public's consumption warning of the possibility threats from individuals and organizations sympathetic to Iran. Here in the homeland detail concerns about Iran and its partners such coaches Hasbullah conducting operations. Mike Terrorism here in the US well today in a separate more detailed bulletin for law enforcement across the US they've been warned to be vigilant cyber-attacks infrastructure attacks and possible physical attacks from homegrown violent. An extremist are a significant concern and this bulletin was designed to express that to law enforcement. That's it for this episode on our next episode. We'll be right back on this topic again because believe me. We haven't heard the last or seen the last of issues and concerns between the US and Iran Iran. In the meantime thank you for allowing us to spend some time with you today and for listening I appreciate that deep. If you have any questions or comments send me me an email at J. Green at WTO DOT com. That's the letter j the Color Green One word and Whiskey Tango Oscar Papa Dot Com also. Follow us on twitter at T- USA podcast. That's at Tango Uniform Sierra Alpha podcast and for more national security news you can sign up for my newsletter. It's called inside the skin and you can do it at w. t. p. dot com slash alerts. Yes I'm Jay Jay Green and this is target. USA Security podcast if you love true true crime podcast podcast. One is the perfect destination. We've got two awesome true crime. podcast trending right now and you ought to check come out first step. Based on the iconic series on cold case files explores some of the most difficult to solve murders which stymied investigators and went cold old sometimes for decades next up copycat killers is the latest podcast from reels. And podcast one. Every episode takes you behind the scenes of real life murder cases which copy memorable slayings seen in Hollywood movies. Check out both cold case files files and copycat killers. They're going to be your next favorite true crime podcasts. And be sure to subscribe on Apple. PODCAST podcast one and many of your favorite podcast. Listening APPS now stay tuned for the latest headlines from the Associated Press..

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"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA. Read Graham Allison's book through to citizens trap that's Roddick Secorski. A former noted journalist and distinguished statesmen from Poland. who was at one point the defense minister her? He's now the head of the EU delegation in Washington with a bit of advice for the US when it comes to dealing with China been citizens was an Athenian historian. Orient and general. His history of the Peloponnesian War recounts the Fifth Century. B C war between Sparta and Athens and he wrote. It was the rise of Athens and the fear that this instilled in Sparta that made war inevitable. Such rivalries usually get out of control troll and And this one mustn't because it would just be too dangerous impending faceoff between the US and China and of course all of the key issues I between the US and the European Union coming up on this edition of Target USA he national security podcast from WTO in Washington DC this is target USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terrorist. DC is repeatedly mentioned. Some place they would like cacique an attack Cyber Criminals Success America has a target on its back and on this program. We investigate again. The threats the people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you this is target. USA The national security podcast if the current trajectory continues the US and China or eventually going to have a showdown at least that's what some observers of us. China relations believe China's become perhaps the biggest industrial espionage is threat facing the US. Its military has risen to challenge that of the US and China's plan to become the world's biggest economy by twenty twenty-five appears to be a strong possibility. Of course. That's if we just look at what's out there in the public view but there's much more to the story and on on this edition of the target. USA podcast Roddick Sikorsky the head of the delegation from the European Union to the. US says the US would do well to take take a look at history as it moves closer to a possible standoff with China. He joins us to talk about that and much more on this edition of Target USA. Today Mr Sikorski. What's your objective as head of the delegation and the delegation as a whole With all the controversies in in Relations between the US and the EU. I'm very glad that we have a partisan. US Congress who are open to discussions about God masters of mutual concern because I firmly believe that the EU and the US Still need each other. Not only in the NATO context but but also in setting global rules. What are those problems you speaker? Well we know that president trump is particularly concerned Sunday about the trade balance goods where indeed the U. has a surplus but we point out that The US is is much more successful than we are in the trade of services and that overall it's pretty much imbalanced How do you feel about the way? Hey this the problem is being addressed is is it going. I know you're fairly new when the job here but how was it going well. I think We lost the case in the WTO And the US has imposed some sanctions on us. There are some other cases pending where apparently we having advantage. I would much rather for these things to be resolved Among friends or even I would say in the family rather than mm-hmm litigation But there are also issues that we have in common new technologies quantum computing gene sufficient intelligence. Five G. where either. We will agree common standards both technical standards and ethical standards and trait standards. All we will be living by standards set by others and I don't think the US is big enough to be able to achieve that on. Its Own. Just we'll get to that in just a moment They're interesting point. You make there about the. US is size and its ability to do anything on. Its own these days but but Back to your original point about problems. Are there others besides the trade issue. Well president trump is right when he says that some European allies allies have not been spending enough on the road defense and even support his slalom this because when President Bush Obama said it politely work And he's achieving something. I mean my own country. Poland has been spending two percent of GDP on defense of the last fifteen years and we have the world's eighteenth military budget but some other countries. I have not But they are beginning to spend more. We are beginning to recognize the power of that argument. So but that's not a problem though. Is it well. It's the is still not spending the two percent so it's not a problem with the US is the problem with the rest of the others. Some some countries have been slow in in Stepping up to the commitments that they themselves made At the whales NATO interest summit. And before what do you hope to achieve in your leadership of this delegation. That hasn't been achieved before. Well first of all. I hope that Jim Costa with whom I have an excellent working relationship succeeds in putting the equivalent and Institution in the US Congress on an official footing. And I know there is a bill to that effect. I hope it passes so that we have equivalent we've learned bodies on both sides of the Atlantic Because you know as a European Parliament we're here to stay and we need a Full fully legal grounding of a regular dialogue but beyond that of course we need it's to understand each other's problems We need I want to convince the US Congress.

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"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA. Have you ever heard of the dossier center. It's an investigative group operating somewhere in Europe. The two run by Mikhail Khodorkovsky. He was Russia's richest man and till Russian President Vladimir Putin threw him in jail and took over his Yukos oil company but since last November his outlet it the dossier center which specializes in investigating and exposing what it calls. Russian corruption has dropped a growing number of exposes days about a group of the most highly placed Russians closest to Vladimir Putin on this episode of target. USA We're talking with one of the members of that super secret. Group cannot say a lot just due to security reasons. We are small It's it's collection of young people. The extremely get education Abstract thinking we have a number of people that doctor degrees from different universities. Now like data scientist. That's most of May happen. Passion and indication for the work they had to convey assume they're such activity and the risk are great. We'll talk about it on this edition of Target USA the National Security podcast from WTO in Washington. DC THIS IS TARGET USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terrorist. DC is repeatedly. Heatedly mentioned is someplace they would like to see an attack cyber criminals successfully America as a target on its back and on on this program. We investigate the threats the people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you this is target. USA USA the national security podcast. I'm Jay Jay Green. Have you heard about the dossier center and Belen in cat. They are two of the preeminent online investigative journalism groups in the world. The work organizations like them do is extremely important important because they have the toughest jobs in journalism and are under attack in more than one hundred countries around the world. There are legal threats. Threats physical threats cyber threats particularly against women investigative journalist were being harassed online. The reason we're looking at this issue is because the threats against journalism and journalist even here in the US are increasing to the point. Where many of us are taking extra security acuity precautions to protect ourselves during the daily execution of our jobs and dossier center is on the front lines of that situation? Bats an investigative group operating somewhere in Europe. Run by Mikhail COUDERC Kaczynski. He was Russia's richest man until at one point Russian President Vladimir Putin threw him in prison took over his Yukos oil company and profited significantly because of it since last November Burke his outlet the dossier center which specializes in investigating and exposing what it calls. Russian corruption has dropped a growing number of exposes exposes about a group of the most highly placed Russians close to Vladimir Putin. They've seen their secrets trickling out onto the Internet Internet on this program. We're going to talk with a member of the dossier team about their work. And how they do it but first we're going to talk with David Kaplan Aplin. He's the Executive Director of the Global Investigative Journalism Network. And he's going to tell us why what they do is important. And how they we get trained to do it. Well Gee I Jan acts as the global hub for the world's investigative journalists we. We have about one hundred hundred eighty member organizations in seventy seven countries and You know we. We like to talk about investigative journalists as being the the Special Forces of journalism These are the best trained reporters. They're the ones who go after the toughest targets and they often use the most sophisticated tools. The satellite imagery data analysis Long term in depth reporting with with you no more than one hundred sources for for for a single story. These people have the toughest jobs in journalism and they're paying for Warren where we are under attack in more than one hundred countries around the world Their their legal threats There's physical threats cyber threats particularly women investigative journalists are being harassed online in Pretty horrible ways there have been many female email journalists that have been attacked. The most famous case at this point is Marie arrested who was featured on sixty minutes not too long ago. She runs the online online site rattler in the Philippines and she gave the keynote at the Global Investigative Journalist Network Conference tasker personal their visceral. I was going to show you some of them. My sense stop warrant. There are some that are so creative live very sexual but essentially what happens is least will spread faster than facts in Russia said during her speech. It's not just females that are under attack it's really hit me. Last December one time one of the cartons of truth troops at that point in time. I realize that among the journalists were killed in the capital gazette the Reuters journalists who are better point. We're still in prison Jamal. The Shoji most poodle merger but we should all of us right among the four those four I was the only one who was both a mild and because of the brave journalists who've risked their lives and in in some cases lost them to tell important stories the backlash against him has grown. And that's why it's important to have organizations like belling cat like the dossier center telling those stories to a greater audience but it's also just as if not more important to have organizations nations like the global investigative journalist network to show them how to do it and how to protect themselves. GIGN works to build the infrastructure restructure to help in depth watchdog journalism around the world. And and you can see the impact in the remarkable work. That's is being done. You know we we have world class investigative reporting being done today in places like Brazil and India and and and South Africa What what began really with with American muckrakers more than a century ago? has spread worldwide worldwide. And and because of the Internet because of mobile phones because of the Tech Revolution We have more journalists in more places aces doing better stories with better tools than ever before and that's despite all the challenges we face. There is a such thing. As a citizen citizen journalist our citizen investigator and there are those who worked for accredited media so need to figure out how you differentiate eight or do you. There aren't a lot of fulltime investigative journalists around the world and our our the numbers can be measured in hundreds or low thousands Bud You know lots of good journalism involves a watchdog it's dog and investigative techniques. So what what we teach you know I I. It's applicable to to beat reporters to documentary-makers to book authors Freelancers and to citizen journalists. People who WanNa know you know who's polluting their her neighborhood or or or how much money they're politicians are are taking from monied interests So we actually have a whole program for citizen investigators instigators. We call them. And it's it's it's quite popular. David give us a sense of some of those tools that these journalists around the world are a using and also say secondarily the tools that that investigative journalists US really have changed change. You know it was. It was investigative reporters in the seventies and eighties who began chink running around with IBM mainframe computers. And and using you know what they then called computer assisted reporting to to figure out Trenton in data. this this is now mushroomed into what we call data journalism and I. It's become quite sophisticated We have journalists. Doing essentially social science work doing analyses and and And visualizations of massive amounts of data. And you can see see this. In in recent reports on on how how guns are used in American society and and our our crime rates in In how communications are used and and who spying on on home Other tools include satellite imagery The use of sensors searchers Forensic analysis of video. There's a whole list of tech tools that You know we we do trainings on on That you know it's really Journalism Two oh two this is the advance stuff. And it's it's it's becoming Pretty routine in the field. Now you know you talked talked about be journalists being under fire right now through various means so do you teach journalists how to deal with Those kinds of of risk and attacks like that We sure do safety. Insecurity have really risen to the top among among areas that that Our our community is concerned with I think we had a A headstart With the Tech and information revolutions and and and You know figuring out how to collaborate across borders figuring out how to Do Data Analysis and and and And communicate effectively with our colleagues around the world. You know the bad guys went international longtime ago and the good guys are finally.

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"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

14:11 min | 2 years ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA. What happens during a presidential phone call on a day of the call? The situation room director would normally go to the Oval Office where he would join the National Security Advisor. One of his deputies perhaps Maybe the White House Chief of staff usually a senior director of the NFC who's responsible for the area of the world that that leaders from and They would prepare the president for the call they would review talking points that the president probably got ahead of time maybe overnight. There's a whole team of people involved in the process of capturing this phone call for administrative and historical purposes. And here's something that may shock you know actual actual voice recording of the president of the head of state has made fell. If you've been following the house impeachment process. You know that transcripts of this phone call are at the center of allegations. The president did something he shouldn't have done so if the call is not recorded. Then where are all these transcripts we've been hearing about coming from Lawrence pfeiffer former director of the White House Situation Room joins us to break it all down coming up on this edition of target. USA The national security podcast from WTO in Washington DC this is target the USA. Russia could render huge arm to this concert North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous terraced. DC is repeatedly mentioned someplace they would like to seek an attack cyber criminals America as a target it on its back and on this program. We investigate the threats the people behind them the agencies fighting them and the impact on you this is target. USA The national security podcast. I'm Jay Jay Green by now. You probably know the. US Congress is well into the process of trying to impeach president. Donald trump there are many factors that have contributed to this situation but at the center of everything is a phone call between Mr Trump and Vladimir Zilenski the president of Ukraine on that phone call. Aw trump according to a person who's been labeled a whistle blower engaged in a quid pro quo favor for a favor in this case trump was allegedly askings Alinsky to investigate former US vice president Joe Biden and his son. The senior Biden happens to be one of trump's political rivals. If that were true it would be inappropriate for sitting president to do that. According to what we've learned from members of Congress leading this impeachment inquiry according this program is not going to examine any of them instead. What we're going to investigate is how a presidential phone call works? How is it setup? How's the call recorded or captured for administrative purposes? How was it stored and who's involved in those processes? Some of what we learned may surprise you in order to figure this out we contacted Lawrence pfeiffer former director of the White House Situation Room. Who who broke it all down for us? The White House Situation Room for many years now has been the focal point at the White House for presidential head of state. Eight phone calls. So what does that mean. So when someone decides that the president needs to talk to a foreign head of state for any of reasons The the National Security Adviser One of his deputies chief of staff is cheapest apple come to the director of the room and advised that the president needs to make call to new foreign leader Ex. The situation room then Reaches out to that foreign leader staff and Settles on a date and time for the call all they they test the phone lines to make sure the calls are clear. And if there's any issues retry to resolve them on both sides so that the presidents have a have a good clear communication so if you follow the impeachment proceedings you probably know that numerous people were either listening to this Ukraine call or reviewed the call after after it was done. Read the transcript of the call shared the transcript or moved it from place to place inside the US government so we wanted to know what the standard practice is. And who's involved in these calls on the day of the call. The situation room director would normally go due to the Oval Office where he would join the national security adviser. One of his deputies perhaps Maybe the White House chief staff usually a senior director of the NFC A who is responsible for the area of the world that leaders from May Be a member or two of his. Her staff would be there and they would prepare the president for the call they would review talking points that the president probably got ahead of time maybe overnight they would kind to walk through the call with the president to make sure he understood the goals of the call. What needed to be said what shouldn't be said and then While that's going on the situation room is reached out there setting up the phone call. I'm on a phone at the end of a couch in the Oval Office talking to the situation room and as the president wraps up his prep. He'll usually give the give me the high sign Zayn I'll then let the situation. No they will tell the foreign side to bring the foreign head of state to the call. I'll T- The president picked up his and set on his desk and MM phone call. Begins the situation room's role doesn't end there. They monitor the call to make sure the quality is good but in addition addition they also helped develop the initial rough transcript of the call. And that's normally done by usually two to three of the duty the officers on the watch there and they'll have headphones on. A two of them are Rapidly typing every syllable and utterance. They here as best they can Third person is using a slightly different Practice they have a headset on with a microphone. They're probably in a quiet room somewhere and they are repeating into the microphone. Everything they hear the president of foreign leader say word for word and then that duty officers voice goes goes into the computer and a transcript of the duty officers voice than is created replicating the call No actual voice recording wording of the president of the ETA status made and in fact that duty officers record a voice is not recorded in a in an audio sense just transcribed that's right. What what you heard was accurate? Presidential phone calls are not recorded nor are their word for word transcripts of them written accounts of presidential phone. MM calls have been the standard practice for decades but contrary to popular belief no presidential phone call has been recorded in more than forty years since Richard Nixon's days in office. Franklin Roosevelt did it for a brief time in nineteen forty and Nixon from nineteen seventy one to nineteen seventy-three they they were the only. US presidents to record their official phone calls. Nixon not only captured conversation with other administration officials but Nixon family members and White House staff were captured as well. It was the existence of such tapes and Nixon's refusal to comply with a congressional subpoena to turn mm-hmm over that led to his impeachment and ultimate resignation. Since then a process called memorandum of telephone conversation Ma'am Cons have been used to document official presidential phone calls but these written accounts again are not actual transcripts either. Their composite representations Presentations taken from several people who listen in on the call. Those duty officers then Bring together their three transcripts. Send a a reconciled into one Odds are somebody heard something slightly different than somebody else. You know a foreign name project name a country name and they'll they'll reconcile so that that rough transcript end is provided to the director of the NSA responsible for the call. They'll finalize that transcript and that could be anything from a detailed line-by-line transcript like we saw on the Iranian call but it could also be written prose summary of the call. It could be a very short two or three sentences. Wrap up the call that then becomes the memorandum of the phone conversation that we saw with Shuqurian call That is then then sent to the National Security Advisor Office where his staff or her staff look at the transcript. Odds are they probably wouldn't make any changes Distribution of that memorandum then decided upon and that might include the secretary of State Defense. Maybe the Director of National Intelligence Director accuracy. I a the memo's then sent to the National Security Council's Executive Secretary government bureaucracy. All bureaucracies usually have an executive -secutive secretary moves paper and they would then disseminate it to those individuals. In some cases those individuals outside the White House would have at the discretion to share the transcript with individuals within their department or agency who work the particular issue so that they are cognizant of what transpired inspired the calls so as they can either move to execute what happened on the call or they tend to understand reflections. They may see an intelligence from intelligence sources. And that's That's it the duty officers in the situation room. They come from a variety walks a life mostly the Intel community so they they are probably on detail for euro two from MM CIA deny Defense Intel agency an essay the National Security Agency and the National Spatial Intelligence Agency we have military members whereas we have State Department employees employers from the various elements of D H S. Scared Direct Department are on the on the watch so these are people who come from a variety. Heidi of a variety watch so after the conversation between the President and the Ukrainian president concluded as is the case with all the Transcript is then memorialized and it's stored in place to obviously keep it safe and so that The business of moving it around can take place place but there were some reports that this transcript was put in place. The transcripts are not usually put meaning a special top secret place. Place was created for this particular transcript. Is that a standard practice. So the the normal procedure for most presidential phone call most well. Almost every presidential phone call will be will be classified At least confidential or secret just because of the fact that it's a call between in two foreigners substate The the phone transcripts the Memorandum of conversation are usually stored on the National Security Council's top-secret network. Its version of J wicks. If you're if the audience with Chadwick's it's It allows for classified material to be stored but yet shared with appropriately. Cleared People It's the it's the it's the system that's normally used In the NFC. However there is a special more compartment it'd network and server that is where materials of very very sensitive nature are stored and so that has included a covert action planning Counterterrorism Operation Planning Sensitive Reconnaissance Program Information Things that you would not want to be shared with a broader audience and that would require the highest levels levels of protection There were some occasions. When they presidential phone call transcript a memorandum would be stored in that area as well and that would normally be if the call touched on any of those areas so you can imagine that would generally be very rare? There were some instances at least in my time twin Very sensitive diplomatic activity may have been stored in that a more sensitive server The ones the comedian would come to mind for me where the very very early conversations surrounding the negotiations that ultimately led to the nuclear your accord with the Iranians so this would have been some very private conversations. The president had with the Sultan of Oman for example when they were true just trying to get the Iranians is to come and sit down at the table. Those those materials were handled in a much more more sensitive manner. This phone conversation reading the transcript. It's not something from a content perspective that I would have expected to go into that more secure server. What about this conversation tells you? It's it doesn't necessarily warrant going to that more more sensitive server. Well it's say it's generally a standard congratulatory call. The president's do lots of those kinds of calls when a foreign leader is reelected. There's something important happens in our country. They'll call offer congratulations. They'll talk about the strategic relationship between our two countries at a fairly broad level They'll If there are sticky problems that exist they might they may bring them up in a in a general sense and then often say let's get people all together and I know we can work it out something along those lines and that's what this call largely appears to be and so it was as if you look at the transcript as it was provided provided to the public. It was initially just classified secret..

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

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"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

15:58 min | 2 years ago

"target" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast, one coming up in this episode of target USA a woman that I describe, as tough smart and funny, her name, Elizabeth Horst fees, the shark Jay defeo is at the US embassy in talent Estonia, and she's got a great story to tell as the Shahjahan I am in charge of the running of the embassy. I spent a good part of the day, working on the policy that we were con with the Estonians and our primary goals here are security, economic development and people to people relationships. And she's had plenty of experiences in people to people relationships. And some of the toughest.

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