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"ted secured" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

08:19 min | 4 months ago

"ted secured" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"With the looming possibility of a death sentence Ted took matters into his own hands. On July Seventh Nineteen seventy seven Ted attended a pretrial hearing in Aspen Colorado that would determine whether or not he would face the death penalty. That morning during a court recess, ted asked to use the courthouses long library. This was not an unusual request just like he had with Carol. Durant trial Ted was adamant about researching his own defense, and so the deputies allowed ted access alone and unshackled. As. The deputies waited in the hallway outside. Ted opened the libraries second. Window and jumped. As soon as he hit the ground, he felt us, hearing pain. Shoot up his lack. The impact tore ligaments in his ankle, but Ted didn't stop. He scrambled to his feet and sprinted toward the surrounding mountains by the time deputies realized he was gone, already disappeared into the Colorado wilderness. Ted's escape was no impulsive decision. For weeks he'd been planning his escape and he'd worn multiple layers of clothing for the occasion. He was going to need all the warmth. He could get to survive freezing nights at elevated altitudes. Ted was determined to go as high and as far as he could. Ted Remembered psyching himself up as he made his way into the mountains. He later told journalists I was saying to myself again and again you must go, you must go. Don't hesitate. Don't stop! Don't stop. Ted had good reason to keep running because very soon. An army of Colorado ones rallied together to hunt him down. Authorities orchestrated a sweeping manhunt. Locals from the area even showed up to volunteer on horseback armed with rifles. Everyone. It seemed wanted to track Ted Bundy. down. Police set up checkpoints on the only two roads of Aspen, hoping they'd catch the killer as he tried to flee town, but not a single vehicle contained the runaway murderer. Bat was because Ted hadn't left his first night on the Lam. He broke into an empty hunting cabin. Only partway up the mountain. He spent every night after outside in the freezing woods, trekking the wilderness with his injured ankle just steps ahead of a team of search dogs. But eventually a brutal rainstorm forest, Ted from his hiding place in the mountains exhausted starving and nearly twenty five pounds lighter, he made his way to a small town below got a meal and stole a car. It was time to get out of dodge. But Ted's Road to freedom was short on. July Thirteenth Nineteen, seventy, seven at two am. Police stopped a car driving erratically and the highway inside a haggard, looking man with wild eyes, squinted into the beam. The officers flashlight. Finally, they found Ted. Bundy was on the run for nearly a week before he was apprehended when he returned to prison, he flashed his signature grin for the cameras, and as reporters crowded around him. He cracked jokes downplaying his escape. He told them honest to God I just got sick and tired of being locked up. For the next five and a half months ted languished in prison, awaiting his murder trial, but he had no intention of setting foot in court with a twenty five pound head start after his escape, he continued to starve himself until he was thin enough to fit through an opening in the ceiling of a cell where light fixture hadn't yet been installed. In. The early hours of December thirty, first, nineteen, seventy, seven, ted made his move at less than one hundred forty pounds. He lifted himself through the hole in his ceiling, and army crawled through the air shafts into the guards apartment located above his cell from bear. He dropped into the room and stole a set of clothes then he walked out the front door. Ted Bundy America's most prolific serial killer escaped for the second time and slipped into the winter night. Ted Bundy goes on a bloody road trip across America and captures the fascination of the entire country now back to the story. From Nineteen, seventy, four to nineteen, seventy, five, ted bundy murdered at least seventeen women, moving his killing spree from the Pacific Northwest to Utah then Colorado. But when an unrelated arrest led to his first murder charge Ted realized. His time was fleeting. In. The months following his extradition to Colorado, he made not one, but two escapes, and on new, Year's eve of nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven, thirty, one year, old Ted broke out of prison and disappeared into the night. That morning, using money donated for his Defense Fund Ted Secured. His exit out of Colorado he hopped on a bus to the Denver airport and then took a plane to Chicago from there. He wrote a train to Ann Arbor, Michigan but at the time Ted's priority wasn't hiding out. It was college football. On January. Second Ted cheered on his Alma Mater University of Washington. As they defeated the University of Michigan in the Rose Bowl. Then that night without a single sent to his name, he slept in the sanctuary of a local methodist church the next morning. He stole a car. Ted decided he needed to be as far away from the North West as possible, so he set his sights on the opposite corner of the country. He went to Florida. Ted figured that in Florida. No one would be looking for him. He wasn't wrong. Due to a lack of expedient communication between police departments, the sunshine state was left in the dark. After his escape, in Colorado, the feds got involved in the hunt for Ted. And soon he was placed on the FBI's most wanted list, but even so with no computers and no central database authorities on the east coast had little idea that a killer from the West may be headed their way. On January eighth, nineteen, seventy eight one week after escaping prison in Colorado Ted, Bundy drove to Tallahassee Intel A- Hassi Ted, told people as name was Chris Hagen and after stealing a handful of strangers, credit cards from a local bar. He secured himself a room in an apartment complex next door to a sorority house Chi Omega. Just one week later in the early morning hours of January fifteenth. Nineteen seventy eight, thirty one year old Ted embarked on his boldest crime yet. Ted watched as the sisters of the Chi Omega. Sorority trickled back to the house from their dates and headed to bed by two thirty a m when it. The last girl had fallen asleep. He made his move. Ted slipped through the sorority houses back door, carrying a small oak tree limb. He found in the backyard as he walked quietly through the house, passing portrait after portrait of Sorority sisters past he could feel his heart pound finally, he approached the room.

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"ted secured" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"ted secured" Discussed on KNSS

"To imagine spending millions I don't imagine that much it is a data store start taking steps today to turn your dreams into reality by making plans for your future as you were talking about just a moment ago Sir to be a millionaire you know being being being a millionaire is is well is a wonderful thing at unfortunately more and more people are going to need to be a millionaire to be able to pull the income off of their retirement that they'd feed and there's there's I can't remember the statistics but there there are a lot of millionaires out there now it's not as uncommon as it used to be not merely talking about somebody who's got a million dollars in their their pants pocket right now our walks around in spats with the little cane monocle right then a mas legally the monopoly guy yeah he's a valid you're you you look at it and if there are many more people in the most of the people you don't expect to be millionaires are often yeah yes you know they may drive a five year old Ford vehicle and and you know and had their house is paid off that and they they're not flashy you know they don't have like pods of hundred dollar bills like that monocle guy you're talking yeah you've got it you got to find out what you know what wealth means to you does it mean you gonna show offers a mean that even you know what what does it mean to you and then pursue it that way is that I don't know I don't have a model that you know what it means to me is security security yeah yeah it's just it's the wealth is site I can care about all the fancy stuff I mean course that's nice but but it's really just M. I. secure in our my kids secure him can we can we live the life we want to become accustomed to you know or you know just at a nice life well no nothing's been awfully nice of you during this pandemic that you've retained your chauffeur and you haven't laid him off so that's good you know well I didn't wanna let the show for an act you know what personal Butler and and you know their limits easel living my Hey you know you I noticed you said R. I. my secure him and Mike all right kids secure but you didn't extended to our Stephen Ted secure now that he didn't care about us I consider you my family okay all right like you're the same as like the kids and so now you said all gosh I'm sorry I missed that last like the Brady bunch here he's a Brady bunch Ted ed you know the Busher Marcia Marcia I bring this up because you've worked in the film industry you've been you know in front of the camera for a movie at least one or two movies TV shows and I bring it up because today is a Pennsylvania celebrating the birthday of one of their native sons and I think he's one of the greatest Americans ever his name is James Maitland Stewart Jimmy Stewart's birthday today wow what a guide or is about you all I told you that the only the only celebrity autograph I have that I personally got was from Jimmy wow I'd like to see that eighty filled out of course World War two a great book the mission that I read a while back Robert Manson talked about his twenty missions in B. twenty fours World War two and that is fascinating that was a moral order yeah Major General and never never took an acting class in his life Major General in Air Force reserves and just a heck of a guy we're I think we're privileged to have him as as an American favorite movies okay wonderful life is one of life's at the top of my list goes get Mr Smith goes to Washington tell me I like vertigo a lot of that with great movie rear window rear window yeah I'm the only one that said that's a great movie but is it kind of interesting is miscast as the man who shot liberty valance our he's about seventy years old east wait about a twenty two year old here is a great movie bell book and candle all yeah I love him and this goes on and on Jimmy Stewart day we're celebrating hi guys saying man six fifty five Stephen Ted coming up at seven o'clock top of the hour all.

"ted secured" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

49:12 min | 1 year ago

"ted secured" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"You're listening to conversations with John Anderson, featuring Jim Molin. Well, Jim terrific to have the chance to talk. I wanted to begin. I by saying, particularly some young people. They're not the pace for a long time. They might feel that you couple of warmongers your former general looking for new battle on the former member of a government that they might think was too aggressive. You must have seen real reasons to hype they already wore. Yes. And I think the people who must reluctant to commit to war is the military. It's really on the military standing in the front rank of those who want to get a wall. I think if you spend all of your life studying and going to war, you realize how dined jurors is not just for infrastructure, not just for people not just for reputations. But for nations as a hall, and my experience I've had forty years in the military and for most of that period was a period of win. We were in government. The the the liberals Mets were in government. And one of the problems we face in going into the world into the future is that most strident don't believe we will ever have to fight again, one of the greatest benefits of the last seventy five years is that most Australians have never had to fight. And I think back to the ugliness that I've seen and it really goes to the impact of war on on. You know, we have this view soldiers. But the impact of war is most appalling on families is most appalling on civilians, and you can historically look back and see the paulie impact throughout the twentieth century. Gerald do used to say that this was a channel house when when you you stop from the bowl war the first World War, even during the into what we call the inter war years, the the Mediterranean expi- Abyssinia spine. We then got into the second World War. We came out of the second World War. What are the figures in the second World War something like, you know, something being twenty and seventy million people died in that many of them starvation because absolately forced on the bug warring nations. Elsewhere, yes, and human society is very very fragile. And we saw we saw what happened in nine nineteen nineteen when our soldiers have spent four years if extrordinary warfare like won the war. I all relaxed them what hit them flew when when you take a society, and you take because asked us authorities dense, you take away the props to our society and society's collapse fairly fast and. We've seen that in some of the disaster relief stuff that I've done over the years, but the first really savage war that I was involved in was right at the end of my career. I was the Iraq war and compared to the wars of the world our commitment to Iraq was bobby's war, it was ice mall in the what the Idaho nine years that we were committed to this. The west was committed to this war probably one hundred and fifty thousand Iraqis died that's roughly ten thousand a year. We always say that ten thousand died in the one year that I was the of the American forces probably a thousand died the ten thousand dollars were really the results of fighting in a community or fighting three cities of I title. A total failure by our enemies too. To adopt. What the west is adopted for many years, and that is the laws of armed conflict. An incredible incredible use of honest to show you that political is we didn't say that again until the Islamic started kind. So we fought we had absolutely no problems with the insurgents on a moral basis because we were occupying country that I thought against us. I understood that. But when you got to the terrorists, such as Okada that was something you the violence that I saw Al Qaeda, but put what we saw an iced tea more into the background. And then we didn't say it again until they raised it to yet another level within the Islamic state came out of it. So when you can I used to all use to one of the one of the most demanding things, I did was called time sensitive targeting, and and I was an authorizing and implementer. What we go time sensitive targeting, you'd find your intelligence would tell you to sit and places sit and time that they would be a meeting of the low. A local insurgent group, and we would have drones in the air. We would watch this area and young analysts nine year old American analysts would would be responsible for four blocks of a city, and I'd watch this area. And they watch people come together scouting the area. We'd pick the house that they were going to maybe we knew it will following the car. And and we would ultimately hit them with a bomb and kill him. We went through a legal process in order to do that to make sure that we were operating in accordance with laws around conflict, but I used to use to have because of the the head to sustain on morality are used to get the major that worked for me to update this thing stuck on the side of my targeting, computer, and it listed the most recent terrorist attacks throughout Iraq one hundred and fifty women and children were killed in. I in I in a mock at somewhere and not the killing my Modi. Placed the. G O P G containers on the roof of the car instead of in the boot. So that you could get a bit of, you know, this is the kind of thing, and I I decided myself, you know, I need to justify why I'm killing people and I use that for some period of time, but I got his high. It was coming Saif Wrigley said to the my job I have to anymore. I know who the good guys and the bad guys are it's a pulling John, and we must do everything to stop it. And from my own perspective on one alleged Australians, who's not had to go to war. I'm going to say to you right now. And as I look at my, unfortunately, my grandsons. Don't have any granddaughters yet. I think how polling leave concerning. It is that we could end up back with my father. I grew up in the shadow of wool have. Although I didn't have to fight and father was in the strategy nonce division, the one that was left when the rest of the trip back in the Middle East Middle East and the second world will he was in charge of three anti tank guns. They were told on the second day of Montgomery's great push against Rommel. One of the two major battles that Australians really involved in the second World War out of the mine. Milne bay. Turning point talk battles. Anyway. They were told to dig in. I got two guns dug in I couldn't get the center. One dug in as the light started to emerge in the morning. They realized that there was a Panzi whether it's gun pointed straight at them. It is far as I saw it. Young man panicked jumped out of the trenches. My father who would have been about four or five years old. That's all jumped up to dragging down. I was very badly wounded he's mates found him in the hospital tent that not in the oxygen tent. I said can we seeing this at night? He's unconscious Wentz. It not out. He did. But that guide human Barnes of war. He wouldn't guy to end zek day services. He didn't want to talk about it. He had he's military might. I'd get together. I have a few. I talk about the lot thing. Never talked about the wool. That he died at the age of seventy two partly from his war injuries. And I was a man of twenty twenty nine still occasionally hearing my father wake up in the middle of the non screaming get down get down reliving that my material we didn't want to go there again. But are the China's the tiny saying if you wanna make if you want to preserve the pace prepare for war as a troop. Undoubtedly, but the vast majority of the population have never even considered that particular issue, the vast majority of the younger population having looked at warfare apart from the myths and legends that that that that we have in relation to answer. This is the Australian population. Many of the universe. You still still talk about the subject or strategic and defence studies center in the new is good. We have some good thing tanks that address these issues, but I still don't believe there is a there is a belief that we will have to fight forever existence again. And let's hope we never do. The one thing that struck me in Iraq was a path from the fact that a lot of people died and and on occasions, I contributed to it or I so the end results of it. What struck me was the destruction of a society. And as soon as you take away the props of society, and we're in the middle of Sydney here. And I look at it. And I say props of Saadi the energy the transportation, the accommodation as soon as you take that away as society's collapse. Very very fast. We're seeing that in the southern Philippines. We're seeing it many countries in Africa at the moment. I certainly saw it in in in Iraq and the pressures that you put on people. We're seeing it in Syria where five million people have been displaced, I five hundred thousand have been killed. And this is just this is I civil war an appalling, civil war. Listen teaches me is that strength deters strength to twos, and weakness provokes, so we we've. People sometimes talk disparagingly about at a nuclear deterrent. Well, it's works. I five he's working for a long long time. But under the nuclear deterrence, you sit and have conventional forced to Terrence. But, but but military force in relation to a country, which is fondly called on to defend what it is for the good reasons that remind wish to defend is has got much more to do with sort. Then it's got to do with the military. The resilience of the society, the ability of the society, the governing ability of the society is really what it's all about. And and you might the good point before that Australian military history is not replete with Australians commanding campaigns wave we have a history of sending airforces magnificent died. I be to support other countries who had who had control of the wars and the campaigns. And I think this is what we we really need to develop the vast majority of the stride ends must continue the beautifully just as we have in this magnificent country. That's what a good defense force must provide to the country. But they must be those who studied war and the leadership of our country because you in in this beautiful society, you can't interest payable that have fought for nationals of all all it's all about this. It's under the unless unless it's visible to every member the Saudi, then it's different. But there is a very potent word is because you, and I think would say actually eight hundred three but it's not visible enough yet. Correct. On people haven't called on by. That's that's partly why we're talking now. And I think I think the government when they're talking about foreign influence when they're talking about encryption when they're talking about Sauber legislation. And so I but prediction when my talking about spreading out our economic dependence across the world, then the realization. Starting. I think that's right. Yes. So I think, but but I still think this is the biggest leadership challenge that government vices, we government show and unite better than all in government must show leadership. All the time, particularly the things that put with on C various thing that is a very big issue here that has to be opened up and we can't spend much time now, but it's an important one to me man's inhumanity demand. How on earth one human being can ever justify their minds. What some of these frightful people do on the battlefield the wine. We say prepared to decimate communities ruined children's lives and wipe out generations of progress is just extraordinaire, the French philosopher Blaise, PASCAL talked about humanity as consisting of the glory and the scum now, I actually wouldn't have minded neat division between two people. He would have said all of us contain elements of each is. But how it is that some people can resort to the depravity and the important point out of that is Australia's by Nitra alot. I worry about the hatred. We reflect in the public debate that I and on social media, but Nitra we're pretty easy going, and we assume most people are going to be basically decent. And sometimes I think it makes us a bit naive about the intentions of other in the others in the world society. Was I think you're quite right. Australian still want to be loved, and if you're if you're a real tough pair, and we are, you know, I always side a people that that we have an extraordinary military potential. We just realizing it we have the twelfth largest GDP in the world and rushers thirteen flagellant Judy pay in the world, that's extrordinary. It's just a it's worth saying that a guy it's Russia is seen as a global. Of thousands of soldiers nuclear deterrent, thousands of tanks. None of us want to leave in that suicide. Mike's the point doesn't it? That, you know, people say, well, we're not big enough to look after us. All right. That's the point of steak. That's the mistake. So and since the end of the since the end of the second World War really since ninety forty two forty three. The chance of us being invited has been zero the chances of us having to stand up has been pretty well zero. We've tried to contribute to the stability of the will by sending small forces to work with the Americans or the Brits or working coalition and with one very moderate exception. We've never conducted a military operation that's out of a coalition. So we are coalition partners. The problem we face at the moment is that the world has changed. The world has changed since the two thousand and sixteen defense. What paper which is everyone is working on? It was the best defense. What pipe and over the last couple of years. We have produced the defense force at the best standard best quick on ever sign. It. But the world has gone ballistic in that period. Todd. Yeah. Now, this one really pursue that. But just what we do. I'm fascinated by history and military leaders. There's a lot of people did bunk history, and it's very badly too. But communists, understand history. A good political later will understand and read history and the military understand histories yet. Vital, isn't it? Because you're going to learn not only what today, but what not to do. So getting to retired Admiral Andrew Robertson recently in my conversations, and one of the things we got to just on this history. Because really tells you a lot when people say nine are known strategy copter. Tastes more would defenseless. You know, I don't even try it's worth remembering that, we'd anybody to nation for six or seven years when the federal government concerned about what was happening in Europe recognized that something ugly might becoming and they ordered a t two major ninety silencer the heads here in Sydney the five years later. Yes, it far the first shots of the first world Ted secure the Pacific, which was occupied in many parts, mother Germans at the people. Forget that a nation of four and a half million only seven years on ice. Nation was prepared. And then of course to prepare in walls absolutely second World War during the thirties. We're really we're more was hit, blah, despite Japan, and in many ways, I think we let ourselves down the second world where we saw Britain could look after us Singapore showed I couldn't get and I'm not being critical Britain on just saying we should have been more at the peak of the Cold War. We had a very effective force significant army and a very powerful navy. But now this time of great China, which which you will get back to come onto as a lot of vein saying we send to be asleep and to put a bit of focus on it. We side busy tearing out Soza pout about domestic political issues with forgetting about the things that we need to unite on the guerrillas on the horizon, economic and strategic so that chain strategic environment to get back to what you. Yeah. And leading into I think that the. The strategic environment has changed dramatically. And I think there are two major changes in the way that I'll put it is the first major change is that at Groton for in the United States. No longer has the military resources to meet the expectations of all its allies. So the US commits itself to being active from the Baltic through the Mediterranean through the Atlantic. Dan into the Gulf across the Indian Ocean up for the South China seas into the Pacific into the Atlantic and all areas between it at the end of the Cold War. They structured their military the head been structuring their military on the basis that they could win symbol tiny Asli two. Big wars. And a small war as I said symbol tiny Asli. That's extrordinary, and I were prepared to pay to have millions in in defense force to have six hundred ships in the navy to have an air force second to none have lost interest in that. I have no longer prepared to pay for that. They that the the discussion in the United States at the moment. Boy, those who are interested in military affairs is to the effect. Can we win one war? Now, every nation expects what we what we expect to Malcolm Turnbull are Bernie's very famous and very successful meeting with President Trump said that the American military is the same depaul of strategies defense if it is where in big trouble because the American military after after fourteen years fifteen years of war in the Middle East. I use of president I bomber and seven years of sequestration of arbitrary catty by congress. Diane, not sure I can win one war. So that's the first thing that China's the power of their pair for Illinois has changed. The would we inside away? So we have a greatest benefit in the world of globalization. We try to cross the world where a regional superpower as as we were talking about before GDP is is larger than Russia's. We tried and tried and tried and we fabulously wealthy. All of this because America's prepared to pick up the security Bill for the waste and world. Now, they're not longer prepared to do that they being challenged. And this is the second thing that's happened. The first thing was the demonstration comparative, and well, real and comparative demonization of American pad the second thing that's happened is that throughout the world. And I am very reluctant to ever mention in this context China because we know that China's biggest trading partner thirty percent of Eric sports got to China, and we need it. We need China. We should welcome China into the world, but we should welcome it from a position of strength entire strength, economic strength government, strength, military, strength, social strength Sitra. But the Americans out as Politis and in the national security strategy the American side that the worst vices four nice the challenge from four nations in an ideology those four nations Russia. Iran, China and North Korea. The audiology is obviously slamming extremism, and we're doing I KAI with his extremism. We're belting it Dan wherever we find it fighting beside our Muslim brothers, and we'll be doing that for the next hundred years, and you know, I s has caliphate has gone the Islamic state is a caliphate a geographical caliphate has gone, but there'll be another one that'd be let me extremism Roy's horrendous number of very very very hard trying. Oh, yes. Yes. The including in this country. Yes. Yes. That's quite correct. And we also have people people. We have good police force as we have good intelligence agencies. We knock as their selves. But we run a good society. And we've done very well tomorrow, we might file, but it won't be the false of these of our intelligence at police forces. So you've got I think we we owe them great date and to be on. I it's easy to mock. But in reality of I've insured that the results the determination as being the inner whether you talking America with Itogi Britain, whether you told me, Australia, many other countries a lot of people are safe today. And why about it and probably Glebe sometimes in their assumption. Yes. As to why this might have happened. But there's been a lot of work going to it. We've done well in that front and government has laid and government has live will and it's funded will which is the key to it. All. But it's not a terrorism is not going to bring us to end. These terrorists will hurt us into the hood society it'll destroy societies five in various things. But went bring us to NA's the things that will bring us to our believe it two things. The first is financial crosses second thing is these four nations that we talk about and I convention war, and you go back through history, and they has never been a situation where one war of broken out almost never and we find that one war win the fought with Joel's. He's the opportunity. Let me so much trouble exactly suppose, something happened in the ball, the Iranians I wouldn't this be a good time to do something in the Gulf and audit like going into scenario is because people can always challenge scenarios that's going into scenario. So the job of the intelligence that contingency plan is in defense. I go into the into the scenario is an I plan how we should react hype. Dia planning how we should react. So you've got those. You've got you've got a financial crisis, which which could be at fault. It could come to us in some ways that it's come to us before. But be worse. It could then lead into the the weakening of the western world. And that might be the thing that provokes a military crosses. So there is evil in the world. And we should never forget that. You don't want to be paranoid about it. And the eye of governments and the I'm of the military is the vast majority of Estrada and should never have to concern themselves with this. But it's a it's a my view is that is that it is. It is prudent in the extreme to be preparing for a big challenge in the future. I'm gonna pick you up there. Because you're kind of in me you that governments in the relative of the the right? Authorities and charged with those responsibilities should look at these things. We don't have to worry about them. I actually think a democracy like ours. There's a real problem. Greg Sheridan talked about a defendant national character we actually need to shape up. We actually need decided governments. Listen, we know the world's serious, and we want you to get on with it one of the issues as we should he now there's an election on fire, white, frankly, apper paired nece for dangerous world ought to be one of the top things on our worries while we're tearing us those about but. If something cataclysmic goes wrong, economically all strategically, and I might very well be linked because we had a debt crisis at Neely to complete financial meltdown just a decade ago. And that debt crisis was resolved with moded. Yes, it's a very unstable situation strenuous relatively strong in that sense had a bit to do with a certain government that that happened once upon a time and the car government in many ways is getting things back under control, but it could trigger all sorts of that comes and we need to be cognizant of the need to be financially strong at least not crippled by debt and looking to the strategic horizons as well that requires a willingness on part of the people to Michael necessary Joscelyn's not to just feel but to think an Henry Kissinger himself notice a figure and so one of the great dangers to the waist. Now might be that the people want make. The necessary adjustments in prepared to make the sacrifices that governments need them to make it in the face of these dangers if the threat is obvious enough and is facing us enough. And the people can say we will we will really rant. And we'll we'll do. We'll do the Roth thing what we would expect strides to do. The problem is that if you were a power challenging the west you give countries like us two years to figure out that things are going on and to get prepared. And you you work from the inside, and you convince countries that there's nothing to worry about it's all going along caught. Well, and and one of the things that Malcolm Turnbull and great on was that the greatest threat to this nation is what we call Finland is Asian and during the Cold War. Russia didn't invite Finland legis controlled every aspect of it. And we also bomb ruble to that. We knew warned about that. He took the Dr Scott Smith is produced absolutely less. I dunno fifty at least cheese, they won't very bluntly about it. Yes. Back in about two thousand and and how do we avoid that we avoid that by being independently strong? Now military is up has been optimized for the last seventy five years to be supporting a western the lines in the in the the rule of law throughout the world. And we we've done good things. And we've done some things which were pretty clumsy in in relation to doing that. Now now, we've got to change we've got aside away cells way can be a very very good ally. The best ally by being able to independently. Produce military forces which matched the threat that is towards this country. And I still think that are thinking is far too much on the basis that all we noticed forces to to send a small force to the Middle East to work at the Americans or go to Marawi to assist the Philippines. The military is getting on with this. But I'm not too sure that our energy resilience is getting on with it. Our ability to manage a HAMAs at liquid fuels getting on with it. I'm not too sure. Whether we're doing what you were inferring before that is bringing the population along with us. I'm not too sure that I'm not too sure that a modern conflict can be managed by the national security community of cabinet. There's probably much more sophisticated. Why of running modern wars the military is the military is roaring along and doing his matches. It can do is in a substantial injection of funding. A lot of new hardware coming for they has. But. Yes. And this this government has done more since how it's Tom Howard realized that you could we need to build a military up. He was doing a magnificent job within struck the rudgear road use. And Dan, we went to lots changed. Yes of zeros pot about. But as you said, it's changed dramatically since two thousand sixteen years since two thousand seven and and we keep saying that we're putting two hundred billion dollars into defense. When is it going to produce capabilities as a military commander on interested in how much spending on defense? I want military capability. I want the things that you can use to fight to achieve the government's national security. I aims. And. We had doing well. And I think the government from the bottom of my heart for what what this government is doing what your government did. We saw we saw the benefits of that. When when John hair was PM and poodle, I was the chief of of the army are sort from the army's point of view, we lost all that. Because of the regular drug use. We now building it up again. Now, if we lose it again, this will be the greatest tragedy when does that two hundred billion produce combat capability? Two hundred twenty two thousand and thirty four two hundred fifty four that's come to this very very important point. But that's just tease out. I think what I hear you saying you're in effect saying that what the people who have responsibility for this stuff should be doing is analyzing to the best of their ability the possible dangers that could confront us. And they multiple I mean in a very complex world who knows who might stop watt. Yes. I could be the superpower. The die miss having a miscalculation with the risings in path. But it could be any one of those other troublespots, you bet suddenly sparks something. We don't know. But we need people who will carefully analyze laws that. And then surely the key. Then the governments is to pick up on advice on how to prepare for the most likely of us scenarios. I you said. I think slot guy slightly different odd side that in the past. What has driven out defense force has been developed -bility of money. We know that we go to provide forces because and national security strategy employed, though, was was that if we support the Americans now the Americans will support us in the future. Well, that's work brilliantly Sifi, but it won't work anymore because the Americans will not regain their strength until twenty thirty four at the earliest and probably not until twenty fifty if they and I'm I do not see that they can put the money into their defense force to build it. Offense bills backup are truly Diaa as we know. No. So on this. And and this is causing the turmoil and confusion in the world the point that I make is that rather than Gus for another defense. What pipe we should and defense for ROY starts from. Well, we're prepared to go to two percent. Tips of GDP built me a defense force based on to where we still haven't reached it. That is not logical. It's not logical. We haven't reached. But it's not logical. Not surely the logical approach is to say one of the discernible threats. Yes. What do we need to meet? That's exactly right now in the past. We could get away with any defense force. We locked because when you the Americans would always, but he's eight and the British before that and the British before that NAT now, it is different. We must start with. This would be highly sacred. This would never come up with the real strategic world who are a real threats. We then bring that down for something which which the Brits and the Americans over the years have done they've come out. And I've said we must be able to fight a certain kind of a war against a certain kind of enemy with certain forces in a certain period of time. And that's that's we referred to that as I can an operational concert. But it's an indicative won the contingency plans. If you're going to country, I you might have contingency plans. Well, we can't say we got a fuck country. I because we got it where the country is going to be with forty. But what we need to do is we need to say that it should we fought country. Either Zid the the worst that can happen to us is is is a certain operational situation. Can we made it had we made it how do we win? How do we thin stop that if a happening by being so strong? Now, this happened to the China's after the first Gulf war China's and the Russians looked at the first Gulf war, the Americans just what the opposition the technology. Just absolutely. And I said to themselves which is probably the two we probably still think we Americans do have been leading edge. Absolutely. This is no longer. The case. We went to Iraq thinking American strength was was was absolutely on challengeable and suddenly found out that the Americans have got on. And they've only got ten divisions fulltime in a serious wall. It will take them months if not years to prepare the reserve divisions to go and fight the navy is half the strength that was in two thousand and. In nineteen eighty seven at the end of the call. We'll have half the strength from six hundred ships standard to below three hundred ships in relative terms, and they beat the pick of the Cold War was infinitely more affluent. He's now studying to be correct it probably and this is ninety musty view. We've done law for if it was we're gonna brilliant was but I'd put in another descriptive. It's a brilliant literally force. It is it is it is leading edge. When it gets the joint stroke fodder about its little. And ninety is got to be has got a is building and building and building. But when do we get it all twenty fifty four if anyone thinks we can get between now and twenty fifty four that offense emergency. I'd like to sell us the breach to you. Let's let's come to that. So we've established you're gonna plan carefully for eventualities that doesn't say a lot of day, then design you defense fools, and you then determine what you've got to with an yet. Yes. An indicative concept of operations sometimes we side because we need to spend a lot of money on defense. Sometimes we say, well, or we're going to do is what terrorism in the region because shape that is that is in my view that approach is an immoral immoral thing to do absolutely absolutely. Because if we prepare for war, the probability is we will not have to fight it. And that's just reemphasize both believe this. I know you will enough knows absolutely true view and certainly true. Make a of jetty he's not the sort of say that's paid on Chechen go they'll give. A trouble the hall. Check eve is to make sure that we're fit and ready and able if somebody wants to make trouble for us. And but the biggest problem that we face if could we get caught in somebody else's. And collateral damage from a clash between size of China's in the in the in the South China sale, the Pacific Ocean, and the Americans Cleto Democrats would with Oklahoma report on us. I'll stop all liquid-fuel coming into this country. Now this come to that. Because it was really interesting. You alluded a couple of times in the submarines there's been a lot of Bernard riding on that now. So I understand this issue back in two thousand nine it was essential agreement in this country as a matter of some of its and see we needed to obtain twelve steadily out submarines yelled summit, deterrent. Remember, an all the nation. That's a wonderful thing. We've protected by water, and we we can all that water as long as we can hold up so submarine sane is critically important. We needed twelve. We got to basically the end of two thousand eight nine before we even ordered. I anything. They're not officials. They we're going to redesign submarines that are designed for nuclear for probably we're gonna put days in them. And staggeringly the first we're total on twenty thirty four. Right. The lost in the mid twenty fifties. And then what do we do? How about the flag and say, hey with a nice Australians, we're not ready for submarines and isn't this nation of sleep? I think it is. It's a nationally asleep in general, but on this particular issue. This is a particularly difficult issue. We've got a good submarine force at the moment. We've got the Collins class which because we started mine tiny new improving it finally, it's a good on tall. It's a world standard submarine four something like it puts three ships three boats to see has one for training and the other tour in might nuts, and that's the world standard on a six six by fleet. If we're going to take that into the future in some. Just how many submarines do the Chinese? But I'm not the exact number of submarines that shawna's charms go Tabet seventy and I've got the very very fast and they're insecure by citizen, and it's a very sophisticated setup. Indonesia's much the same Indonesia buying off the shelf. But I think the that the critical factor to remember is that within a decade or so half the submarines in the world will be in our region, and that's the critical factor. Submarines a critically important half. Subs in the world are now being average in the future. We've got to have a submarine capability. Just a matter of interested. We had to track them. Can you do it with conventional do you need the speed and the of nuclear pag again as as a good infantryman Ivy later on I don't know the answer to that question. But the tracking now is not necessarily dependent as much on following one. But on the. Arise that exist on the bottom of most of the world. And I've been there for a long time, and they'll be put down there and revitalize by all the countries in the world, and I wouldn't be surprised if they're in our region, this will well, he's remembering that we just couldn't get one there because we didn't have many long while I was slow when we wanted to monitor Russian submarine at the time of the g twenty. That's very very true. I had forgotten about that. What I find is. That is that with my base of knowledge or have some vague understanding of of submarines, but we've got a role on the professionalism of submarine. And I tell us that if we're not gonna again you clear, and we can only spend a certain amount of money. These are the best submarines we get for them of money. I think that what's important for us. If we are going to be truly deterrent. We don't do with six or seven right on on infantry battalions. We don't do with two big ships that beautiful ships. We don't do it with three warfare destroyers. We gotta have something which reaches out and can hurt an enemy now. Simony people in this stance, revert to cyberwarfare now that's the greatest copy out that God put breath into because so I have a warfare will shape the conflict it wanted to solve the conflict. So I saw a warfare will take your banks. Ed, it'll stop you're pumping fuel. It'll stop you're doing. Doing this and doing that. And it'll it'll degrade your your a command and control systems. But you you unless you have got absolutely no guts nation you want lose award through cyber. And if you have smart, most of us systems must've military systems where we saw the resistance. So that will as the all signed goes that will degrade gracefully. You can still operate with them. So it will still come down to what they call a Canadian conflict. And there's no point if we're going to put billions of dollars as we do into very, very smart systems. There's I point not protecting them against cyber attack. But in the end, it's not the sovereign tech. Brings you to your knees. It's it's the it's the Connecticut tag that brings you to your news. And at the moment, we work we work on two percent. We still striving to get two percent. Two percent, boys. GDP percent of GDP for spending on Americans spend water that's been about four and a half. Because according to the president that's been four and a half percent. Some people say it's been list. I think it would have been list. Jimi Obama use my been listening to the Bob context. The Americans spend twenty percent of their GDP on health. Yes. And this is this is what we can find an Esa Saudi even if we went through a financial crisis. We could still find the resources to greatly increase our capacity if we had to. Let's hope we never have to. But we could do it. If we had to if we've got the raw government to lead us, but bringing that old back down to where I think it should be two percent of GDP spent on defense boys, I medium level hedging strategy. And what that that's a that's a Gucci wire. Saying it we've got enough to be prepared. If we really had no idea what's going to happen. So we got we got enough submarine captains that if we have to expand the submarine force relatively fires. We can generate of submarine captains, we got enough infantryman who know how to be infantryman and get promoted to ranks up, and you can produce more of that we got enough us to do this. And that that's a million liberal hitching strategy, if we Feis I- combative, I Asia, which I believe we face now or I an issue which is actually aggressive then we've got to go higher. Just because if two percent say the world has worked the western world is worked on to percents since nine Forty-five Naito said, well, you know, America will provide two percent JD place. I never did Robin. Really did that do it the Americans just because it was in their interest? I went over the top and filled the halls. If three percent was the correct percentage when America dominated the world. Why would it still be the correct cheese to spend on GDP when America nine longer dominates the world? And this this guy's back to what we're saying before. And that is we must stand a narrow onto we can't stand in there. I into fake we can afford to stand there onto food and the first step in doing that cost you nothing that is to do. I national security strategy. Heard that's happening frankly, but I can't know anymore. Let's come led to, you know, not been pretty tough, frankly on the passive billion relation to what's happened with submarine because I do see it like a lot of people on eight is clear evidence that we haven't been taking this stuff seriously enough, we've been pretending the world is still Saif because the Americans run out, and we didn't have to worry. I'm everything tells you that's changed as you've lawn. But there's another example at horrifies me. I I just cannot come to grips with the fact that we let this happen. We no longer produce any crude in this country of with mentioning very little refining capacity where totally energy dependent country. And I know how many people are heated about the energy to bite, but the reality is we are awfully dependent now in the foreseeable future. Particularly on diesel just to keep the economy guy to Cape grocery stores and chemists and the economy flowing women have ninety days of few of as I understand it and under the international energy agreement. If somebody gets into trouble that can be helped by the others, correct? How did we get to a situation where the last time we had a eighteen days days and around twenty one days of petrol? Yes. How did we get there? Well, I think I think we we are not up in lights worse, right? Is not saying the government that fixes this. Because it's so important to every regardless of your debates about will the other social issues that around admendment is the one that gets multiple, absolutely. An and I got a side to the credit of Josh fraud and beginning as Tyler both of them have have moved into this area. Despite the fact that they are running like the dawn running the biggest aspects of of of energy in this nation. The way we got into it is that we allowed commercial the commercial requirements to drive us because we didn't have to do it. We didn't need lots of feeling this country except the national emergencies and bikavich it's we didn't need lots of fuel in this country because if someone closed down the Lonzo communications our good friends. The Americans could always open them we go back to the Tanka wars in the eighties up through the Gulf vast proportion of of fuel comes from the Gulf. It might go to China for this order Japan. I or the South Korea. I get refunded be sent back to us. Back in the eighties. We had a very high degree of self-sufficiency people don't know that we have seven we had arteries. Yeah. On on. We were virtually one hundred percents efficient self-sufficient you down. I think now. I think now. We import ninety percent of their product ninety percent. So we won't juice we produce ten percent. But it's strange because he is we've produced him percent. But we export crew we input, and we also export some products the whole thing. The whole thing is purely Barron commercial basis if Sira refinery can find a good place to send us crude it sends its crew and a dozen refiners self because you can boy much cheaper refined product from Singapore. And you're quite right. We only have roughly twenty one days maximum of petrol diesel fuel in this country, and that is brilliantly successful from a commercial point of view. It's very successful for national security point of view because all of all all of Ethel comes ship comes through a harvest and harvest can be can be closed very very easily. We we've spread the sources of is few of that of that fuel supply over a large number of different countries in different sources to give us flexibility. But if you if you prevent the ship silent to Austria, then wearing beat trouble now the innovation I've been working on this for about nine months. The innovation in this country in relation to producing from alternate. Sources is mind boggling, oh, it is completely fuse and gas to liquid exactly guess to liquid using the the the byproduct of. LPGA N G exports. So, but what we lacking is a realization that's problem in the first instance, we we're only starting to realize it's problem. Secondly, we don't realize the risk that problem is is presenting to us and the the Josh Freudenberg inning is Tyler by both directed the department to conduct. I review to express the problem to express the possible solutions to the problem and the risks that doing this. Now, I'm not asking government to spend one cent on more on this fuel. What I'm saying? Now is the government must realise the risk taking boy not spending money on this fuel. Let's we don't want to store fuel. The last thing we want to do is have begins of, you know, have a twelve month supply. What are we we consume a million a million liters a day of petrol fuel? We don't want still three hundred and sixty four million leads to give us a year's a year's supply fuel like the US has got because you know, that fuel doesn't last you've got. Manage that few. We want to get to that guy. We might. But we need to store more than we've got within the to look at how we can expand the refineries. So maybe Ed ten twenty percent on the wage refinery. And maybe the government has to pay for that we need to be able to lug laws it if you can produce an organization that use uses biofuel near Aubrey somewhere means we have to put the fuel inward diesel, truck and drive all agree with you more. Are a little like that. But we haven't been doing it. We haven't been dead. I cannot tell you the disconcerting night for this familiar. This is I'm very glad to hear their administers now taking seriously, but we were officials on this one. Well, it must've done. It was an issue because you know, you you do pick things up Washington com believe that we've been Soviet responsible. But, but I guess I don't know why why the answer was, but I kind of justify it myself boss is saying, well, we always near the Americans look after as well, I dis have passed. Well, Jim, thank you, very much has been very very interesting. I hope but people will listen, it'd be very interesting to hear their reactions and your public figure on what hundred funds now, let us not I will. But I just reiterated guy in both of us. Absolutely. All of us getting tangled up in something nasty that ruins ally of life or impairs hip even takes away our freedoms. But the process of insuring that doesn't happen Shuli is being looked to the dangerous and taking the necessary preemptive action. You know, we tilt people look after your health such you don't have a heart attack. We'll look after you military. So that we're not the victims of some terrible miscalculation or worse, some evil intent, and if one if I finished four sign one thing, and that is the people think that spending thirty four billion dollas on on a year on your defense force is expensive white till you have to fight a war. The costs of fighting the Iraq war Cording to the Americans is three trillion dollars. And that was not a big war. That was Bobby war. Thanks, jim. Thanks, john. Thank you. You've been listening to conversations with John Anderson, the further content. Visit join Anderson Dawson daughter you.

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08:30 min | 1 year ago

"ted secured" Discussed on WEEI

"Fear job, you know, I wanna I wanna hire this person marketing genius right there. Why not you have you have you have a huge a huge following right now. And I think it's pretty safe to say the Cleveland Browns are that buzz. They're the team that is this. Sure, it'd be great to see, you know, hard knocks if they could return hard knocks. They were they were even know what who's it going to be a while because of all the rules. It's probably being like the giants or the lions or something. The red Redskins the raiders to Detroit Detroit Lions. There's not much there. I think that the storylines with forty dollars wouldn't be bad AB. That'd be yes. I think they can't do. Because of free kitchen. For a number of reasons, they have a rookie head coach because they've already been on, Freddie kitchens. Well, he was a coach promoted to head coach. Okay. I could see that. He's a first year head coach. All right. All right. The raiders would be intriguing for me just watch Jon Gruden work workers guys work as quarterbacks. Early last year. Wasn't there something that we saw with the with the? Years ago. But I think yeah, I just think that he was miked up several times during the season, you know, the the going back and forth back Amazon's been doing the the all or nothing. The first one was the cardinals and the Cowboys Cowboys trying to remember who that was. But I just think with all the dysfunction going on dysfunctionality going on in Oakland. It would be good to see the off the field stuff. If they were if they were going to beings with Davis with Gruden because of what's happening there at Oakland with the calls him. Some of the issues are still having a reference to going there with L A with Las Vegas. Some of those things I even saw report this morning said that the National Football League itself NFL is concerned about the way that the Oakland Raiders are being run about that what they're doing business, and it hopefully, Mike Mayock you can help get that turned around as a general manager, but they're concerned with all the misgivings. The lawsuit against the raiders of how things are being run. And I even know the Davis was looking to try to get a loan to cover himself for the. Fees. Well, he doesn't have to get the attorney's fees. I mean, he doesn't have to do that. So there's there's some things surrounding the raiders during the off season. That'd be very intriguing are very interesting. I think if they looked at off field issues with the raiders if they did hard knocks pro football talk dot com right now. Part of NBC sports. Their top story right now is report Carl's don't have Josh Rosen on the tray block. And this is I guess there's been multiple teams that have inquired Adam Schefter ESPN is saying that, you know, that's not the case. This all stemmed by podcast yesterday by cliff Kingsbury with the Arizona Cardinals. And that you know that the team hasn't made a decision on what they're doing with their top pick. And that when it when he's when he mentioned Rosen calling him our guy insane Rosen knows where he stands. But guys you you know, the cardinals will take all calls considering the draft. Pick. And if you wanna talk about Josh Rosen. You know, will they talk to them. Will they talk about Josh Rosen or not I think I think the doors wide open Email? They're saying it Josh Rosen. Got do you. Do you have a conversation with Josh Rosen general manager Steve disease sit down with Josh Rosen and say here's the deal. We're going to go down this road. There's a few years a few teams that have inquired. You know? I'm a I'm a stand up guy. Do you have a preface gets the deals are all whatever the deal is for the multiple teams are going to be it's going to be pretty good deals. They're going to be they gotta be whole black deals. So do you think those conversations are happening anymore? I think the conversation that they've had and that they need to have is that Josh you're our guy we're committed to you. And that's all I need to say right now. And that's all they will say as far as Josh concerned. He can't control. Anyway, you gotta live your life is if you're the starter for the cardinals prepare accordingly and get yourself ready for OTA's, which is just right around the corner after the draft and whatever happens happens, but he a two year old. He doesn't know about it. You know, he this is a guy that's had multiple offense coordinator. CLA? He's as now he's on a second head coach in just now entering his second year. He hasn't even been in the league for year. It will be technically his third offense coordinator in two years. I mean think about that his third OC two years. I think that that Steve is a general manager for this little cardinals team. He has said he's our quarterback four. Now, they whatever that means. And that's all he needs to say. And if there are teams calling and say, hey, look, we understand whether it's true or not whether it's true or not that you've got Josh on the market or not we are interested in. Here's what we are. We're going to go ahead. Ask you. We'll give you a first or second. And this plan that player for Josh Rosen if he's available. He's not we're going to go, basically verbalize, it, whatever you can have just so, you know, this is what we would do. But if we proceed down this road, we would need to know within the next four weeks. So we can proceed with the draft. So I think that sometimes rumors turn into reality is far as people calling and say, hey, look, whether this is true or not we understand the business. If you're really considering Josh Rosen, we'd like to our hat the ring and let you know, we are interested, and what kind of of those unofficial proposals. Put in front of the cardinals. But Steve Kerr doesn't need to say anything to Josh Rosen. He's already said it said it publicly last week at the combine Antonio Brown. The story that's been coming out of Pittsburgh as the general manager. Kevin colbert. He's basically say the last call Friday is the last call last day that they are going to to field calls and the best suitor that comes in at least quarterly reports they're gonna make that move. But you know, we have spoken to numerous insiders pundits people that that's all they do is cover the the NFL ended up. No and say, they feel that you know, there's a good chance. He's not gonna get moved at all. That was interesting having a Jason call on that said that he goes you ask. So where do you think is gonna end up? He was quiet at Pittsburgh. I kind of looked at you went, you know, what really? I mean after you know, you would think there is irreconcilable differences, which leads to divorce. Right. Well, maybe if everybody can get the room and hold hands and sing Koumba ya whatever and resolve it because I grew with Larry FitzGerald. So this last weekend about two Antonio Brown. Hey, look, you don't realise. You've got one of the best quarterbacks. You've got a hall of fame quarterback. That gets you the ball seventy times a year gets you about fourteen touchdown passes a year. You realize how good you have it. You may go somewhere and that quarterback Nate fall flat on Iran, or you may not get the ball, but maybe forty or fifty times. So I think there's a lot of truth in that to a point. But I think at this point I think if I'm the age of for Antonio Brown day. I'll I'll listen to all offers right now because that money. Ted secure a lot of ills. Don't you think? Hey got we'll bring you back. Extend your contract. We'll give a guaranteed thirty million bucks. We'll pay you fifteen million a year. How you doing right now after seventeen that the I think the signing bonus hit is like two and a half. What does that for for an NFL team? That's nothing nothing, especially for popular change. Yeah. Absolutely. This is fun. This is interesting to kind of speculate. And now, it's it's it's going. It's too much just jumped the shark for Europe. Yes. I'm tired. Give me a break. Let's move on. Tonio Brown's love this. You know, this this this PR the good PR? He's loving it. And he's been you know, as long as he stays on the down low till Friday. I'll be a trick to CBS any tweets between out Friday. Oh, of course, he will. I mean, he's he that's he loves this attention. I know he loves this.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ted secured" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

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Chicago's Business Authority

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"ted secured" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

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