18 Burst results for "William Colby"

"william colby" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"william colby" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.

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Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:19 min | 8 months ago

Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.

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"william colby" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

09:36 min | 8 months ago

"william colby" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"The season left. And he's within touching distance over sheen. And i do think actually he. He may even give our opportunities to ride biggish race. I'm not talking about kadarshian. Obviously because he has to ride for for. Charlie appleby if the opportunity comes up but i think he may even give up certain opportunities to ride decent horses in terms of quantity for the rest of the season. Which would be quite remarkable witnessed. He wants that championship. Well i know of a jockey who is won't be hard to work out. Who came back to the uk and the bookings were he was getting warmed up to standard shall we say and He was sane. What the hell and the agent said buicks going for the trainers Training bucs going for the jockey's championship. What do you expect so that was last season. He's actually there's two things to say he's clipped it down to two six so he. He banged in another winner today. So it's six now between him and ocean. And charlie has sent horses to canada for the group ones over the weekend at the wilburn international at the weekend and four group one races and he ain't runnin in any of he's staying or he's staying in the uk so he's he's he's letting frankie dettori go over and potentially be doing flying dismounts for the canadians Which i'm sure of course they'll absolutely love but it's interesting times and he's got a couple of shows favorites tomorrow as well so He would say. It's two way thing. Because i think a strain his agent is getting him on his many horses that have gone sporting chance of victory as he possibly can but equally i do think in the last couple of years. William has improved so much he can be considered a top. Cross jockey the you may say oh come on john. Colston gave him a decade ago. And then he got the job at godolphin and he was a top-class jockey there. But i think the last two years he has become exceptional now and he will enhance the chance of any horse that he gets owners as well so not only has. He is asian looking for horses. That could win. He will actually improve their jones of winning. Just because he's being booked for the night. I he has jockey neither. I look particularly for trainers that he wouldn't normally ride for If i see him chalked up and undocumented proper horses identity you're going to see him on some old warrior from the past he's slogging around the country tracks and doing its best but is going to finish five minutes behind everything else you. You're not going to see when he breaks cases. Just get any horse all right. Anything in the hope of some of them might just win by accident. When is going to be riding horses with a good johnson horses old quality but he would actually make their choice even better. So that's a great combination. Yeah i completely agree with that. And it applies also to our good friends Ocean murphy because he's not going to stop and And he wants it as well he desperately wants to be champion jockey again so Yeah we'll see how all of this and of course the the man that he is partnering Kings ling four is andrew golding and he wants to be champion trainer and Charlie will be very much be champion trainers so looking good. Oh we're set for some interesting talking points through the rest of this season. There's no doubt about that but Yet their mounts are gonna be fascinating. And the fact that they're both at newbury just means It'll be pretty interesting on on saturday right. We'll go back to air. This is the virgin bet. Air silver cup where black rod currently heads the bidding with Billy guarantee onboard from michael dods claiming three for valuable three pounds as well. Hector crouch for clive cox on royal scimitar. Eight to one Quite him as a spoiler. Alert a magical spirits. Kevin staunton kevin ryan tens and You're looking at berge iraq A winter time for kevin ryan well-placed and he's also got rathbone for ashim mcsweeney little bit of issue for the commentator simon halt as They've got the exact same colors at silver cups. So this the constellation race for the big race of the day. Who do you think wins it. Feel the love for black rod. I understand that improving rapidly young. Who could be even better than he shown so-fi on rapid would like yet that he's not. I look for the rice like this. Because i like basil hardens regular performer. In these big field. A six federal handicaps cited. They woke him as through. Its cup eggo cup and civil cup. Whatever so flat road. Yes i understand that talk about i'm gonna look elsewhere and i actually found this this race quite haunt because there wasn't anything that really ticked every box me i'm looking for a host. That is happy in the field twenty old and has done it before the is at its best on force brands. A ton speaking it may good at bothers on the race gets underway bank. Think we're expecting a huge amount. There might be a little bit rain in the area. And i think. We're looking for deluge here so anything is going to be any worse than good and they were on the horses that have been performed too high in the weights hasn't shown enough in type of race that this is a i always think yet okay from a handicap board. It may have one of five run race at kempton. Was that got to do with the silver cap. It's a completely different thing and another people get to. Voters are handicapped marks and i is a good framework for deciding which wants is a well in at the waist. I've far rather come from the other directions. They which forces associated to this kind of test. And which ones are im- reasonably good for dylan understand that. Sometimes horses lose their for now. Well handicapped and so get in. I i do like to have that s still doing something. The last form was eighteen months ago. Our well handicapped. Today's on not going to be dipping unsought of come down and it might be a slight curious before you total commitment who is trained by sonnen host tonight way t- till one He took over the stable. Run by peter. Hedera who often used a happy to still. They're very much part of the setup but said he stood. Dan simon took either was his sister trying for a number of years and total. Commitment is exactly so course pizza hedger of running a race like this and i'm sure he stabbed a behind the scenes. Talk it assignment about exactly what he would have done. And all that was actually on the all weather. He ran really well to finish fourth longest on that. He's happy in a big field. I think. Ideally i would have liked good to soft granted and i wouldn't normally bay connects an exception. But he does look to me as if he's being laid over this he's quite high in the weights wouldn't even cover. We'll take free pens off a Normally say because as an apprentice on board free pens off therefore three pence lower than is actually carrying. Because there's a reason why they. The apprentice is taking three pounds. And it may well be in filled this size that you draw the have experienced jockey and not have the three pounds of but williams good extra point to point so used to say william writing in law in in thirty races up before the points take place it off until three pennant races and a few years ago when he was saved at fourteen fifteen at the time. And i used to think whenever william colby had. This kid is different cloths from everybody else. In this race he was destined to be a good jockey and i'm going to stick with him to the he's done so as for fifty is now and and i think he'll continue to improve. I didn't think he's finished article yet but he will continue to improve. So i'm going to go for total commitments at a big price. And he's twenty four. Which i think may be a help. It may be better to be middle to stand side but having said that are never completely convinced of by the the drill in the air silva had and go come of actually seeing the race course by then. It's too late. Yeah that's the thing is people will be saying that. Why aren't you asking about the drill. I when it comes to air up in the literally up in the air oversee the different word We've had winters from four twenty three eight twenty six four twenty eight twenty one. Come on you know as there's no point. There's no point in debating about the drawer. Think and sometimes it's dangerous to see how they got in. Say the silver cap and say. Oh this is gonna work at the gold cup relates and is completely swat rattigan. Soya think and i did say a few weeks back in another similar race..

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"william colby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:00 min | 11 months ago

"william colby" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"At a time, and we're coming up on fourth of July. I love it. We got the cookouts. We got the hanging out with friends and family and way too many carbohydrates. Maybe that's just my house. And, of course, our favorite tradition. Watching PBS is a Capitol fourth. I absolutely adore it always have. No other broadcast comes close. Who better to join me? Via our newsmaker line than the hosed. My social media exploded when I bragged about getting the chance to connect John, stay bows. Welcome, sir. How are you doing? Good morning. Good morning. Good morning to you know, Dad already know this. You've got a huge fan base. You upped my standards tremendously. Holy mackerel. Everybody loves you. It's July. My God, the summers flying has everything jelling for another capital force. Hopefully, the weather gods will be kind again this year. You know, we talked about the list of names coming up for this amazing event. It's just incredible again this year. They keep upping the bar and they keep leaping over it. They have you the National Symphony Orchestra. Something for everybody. Just magic. Vanessa Williams Colby College I could go on and on. You have been doing this for a while. You're a seasoned pro at this, but there are some new names on the stage this year with you Are they intimidated at all by what's easily going to be millions watching them or are they kind of low key about it? What's been your advice to them now? Are you talking about puppets because they have no fear, our fearless We're celebrating Sesame Street's 50th out of Russia, and I'll tell you who's the most nervous is me because I'm going to fulfill a lifelong dream and get to sing with the Muppets on Capitol fourth television, So I heard about that. Also something about I've been wanting to do for years. I'm any chance I get to celebrate our Vets in our men and women in the service we do, and this year I'm going to visit a group or within the wounded warriors called Music court, and they are a bunch of musicians long behold, they need a drummer. So we are working up Zac Brown song, which is extremely patriotic, and it's going to be extremely emotional, and we're going to play live on the Capitol fourth stage, and that is what I'm most excited about. That's incurring. No. When I was bragging about having you on the show, one of the biggest strongest bits of social Media feedback that I received was huge appreciation for all that you do so much to honor. Our troops. Tell our listeners a little bit more about your plans for capital fourth and your huge interaction with our men and women in the armed services. It's got to be so appreciated. Well, I appreciate them and I know we all do it any chance we get and celebrate them. We do and to when you see these musicians that have overcome their their injuries and able to play and optimistic attitude is incredible. Now, let's go back to the social media because I'm going to have to check you out. As soon as we get done in this interview. Maybe you have to say hi. And thank you because keep talking about the social media. We I got to get on. I gotta follow you. Holy mackerel. No, it was on Facebook and you up. My, um my name considerably with just the name recognition there just freaking out. And why not? You're being very low key about But you've had this tremendous career where you have connected with so many people on so many levels. It Blackie Parrish and Dr Gates and Jesse from full house. I mean, I've got all three of those on my resume growing up, so it's no big surprise. I'm 72 years old this week. You are not. You have simply jam packed through a lot of hard work an incredible career. But in all seriousness as your career has evolved when you first started as a kid, Did you ever envision yourself July 4th being the name in the face of a Capitol fourth? Our nation's capital. Was that ever on your radar? No way. You know if I always probably will never write a book, But if I ever did it would it would be called if you would've told me if you would have told me when I was a kid that I be hosting the capital Fourth, but to be in our nation's capital, on the Fourth of July with all these patriotic Acts and celebrating the troops. I never would have believed. If you would've told me that I'd be talking to you one day on the on the radio. I would have said, I don't believe it had a blast. Beautiful life. I'll tell you that much you do And you know I'm a big fan if you make your own luck, so I think you're reaping what you sow a bit here, too. When you interact with these great crowds, you know, we're all watching it on the big screens and our family rooms were sitting there enjoying everything. Tell me a bit about the energy of those crowds. They seem still wonderfully appreciative. It almost seems like the crowds. Bigger every year. It has got to be a logistical nightmare. Getting everybody settled and up and running. But every year you pull it off. What's what's that kind of thing like for the prep, especially now, in an age of quarantine, and such you guys are switching gears with how you're getting it out the door, But there's just so much work involved. Well, you know, I've been again. I've had such a blessed life where I've got to play with. The greatest American rock and roll band in history. The beach Boys and I played gigantic crowds. But the crowd seems to be the most appreciate. Like you said the most patriotic certainly, I mean, You know, I can look out to the and all the millions home that are watching PBS, and it doesn't matter what side of the political sense they stand on its. They're celebrating being American..

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"william colby" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"william colby" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Obama Brennan clapper that were colluding with Russia to throw the election toward Hillary Biden with Ukraine. That's coming out Biden with China by you know their cues. That's how you stop. Then. Then it comes busy. That's a It's a CIA technique. I'm reaching Mockingbird or black up technique. If you're doing something you accused the other person of doing it. So then if it comes out on you It's like, Oh, they're doing too or they weren't doing it or Trump's doing it or they do it. So you get confused and it pauses you and you don't know if you don't know where to go. And it just It's doubles. Its almost like doublespeak from 1984, and that's how the corporate media works. You call it the awesome Lamestream media. That's that's exactly how they work. Operation Mockingbird from William Colby in 1975. He testified in Congress that the CIA had implanted in every major media outlet in America. One of their agents that they were directly writing, writing, writing the news for these agencies. You think it's any different now? The only thing is different. It shows like Dave Jan does. That there's independent media because of the Internet that you even have a chance to even hear the alternative or the power hour or whatever the even in the EU, even to get a chance to hear a different view. This is incredibly unique time in history over the last 100 years here to be able to listen to the show. I hope everybody appreciates that that this is a CIA operation Mockingbird technique to get you to be confused. And Dan, you brought up the Ukraine this week, of which CNN and MSNBC head 00 coverage about Hunter, Biden and Joe Biden. Just one little morsel from that hunter Biden was paid $3.5 million from the mayor of Laskowski wife, who, by the way is a billionaire. No less by the mayor in oligarchs was paid $3.5 million men. They well, they're not sure what he got paid from. You don't just give somebody $3.5 million for just saying Hi s o. We got paid three move, and then he took some of those proceeds and you worry invested in Dan. He invested it when a human trafficking pedophile network in Russia This is such big news. This is massive news and the the illusion has been created in the media. Here's the other side of that so much money and effort has been spent to create the illusion. You know, I'll mainland CNN. What have you these type of places? That if they don't report it in the back of your mind whether you realize it or not, you think Oh, it didn't happen. If CNN's not talking about it, then I guess it didn't happen. So CNN doesn't tell us about Biden's proclivity for human trafficking and Russia and trace the money or with China or using Air Force One enforced to to go around and do business all over the world and get billion dollar loans from Chinese Communist hedge funds. If they don't tell you that, then in the back of your mind, there's a doubt they're like, Oh, maybe it doesn't exist. They're liars. They are liars. Do not believe them. They've danda has taught you Maurin one Sunday afternoon, and CNN will tell you in a whole month. Ladies and gentleman, So I'm very glad that you're here. Well, thank you, Dean. I'm glad you're here. Oh, by the way, you know how we were talking about the baby limo. I just got an emergent text about, you know, just to help because they know you know, new father. That kind of thing. It's called a snoops. New s N Ow! Now, here's the deal. It was invented by a pediatrician. It really does work. This is emergent text. I'm getting now listen to the price, though, but I'm gonna give you the price. It's expected. This is like it is like buying a limo. 112 100 bucks. Wait. It could also be rented for $129 a month. That sounds like a better deal. Anyway. I think you should get on your search engine choice. Look at this or anybody in our listening audience. By the way. Wait. I got a disclaimer on this. Uh, I've been around the baby in question here a number of times. It is rare that baby cries I mean, it's rare. But her parents claim that she cries like all night long. I don't know. I'm just saying the baby is perfect and I rarely crise. But anyway, but s so I suggest I suggest the rental model go for the rent a limo Dan. Ah, I'm ah, really thinking about this maybe from we'll ask if they want to be a sponsor on the radio show, maybe weaken Dio. Maybe do a little change of services there because I will promote the heck out of this shot. Give it a shot. Absolutely, You know, you saw what's been happening here for a number of years ahead ahead of the game, and you developed this company as I mentioned in your intro, and I want to talk about this because I think the next 40 days things were going to get even uglier as the deep state gets more panicked and more desperate and more information. And more revelations come forward. This is gonna be I think a pretty big week We got Comey going in front of the, uh, testifying on Tuesday. We have We have General Flynn's case, having a hearing on Tuesday and we have the debate Tuesday nights. Oh, yeah, At least three things may other revelations coming forward. The concern is that they're going to pull all the stops The deep state they're going to get this. It's ugly. Now it's going to get even uglier educator listeners and how they can prepare and protect themselves when it comes to food and water issues, because that is really important. You in times of turmoil or uncertainty. We've ever seen this with the If you doubt this, I don't Unless you're living on Iraq. You understand about the shortages you understand about supply chain thin this. I've warned you about this for months. The supply chains or thinner than I told you, you know, a few months ago there thinner now than they were. Then you can choose to believe me or choose not to the supply lines are thin. I promise you. The pressure on food is even greater than you can. I want to imagine Because people will imagine a lot of things this greater than you know, it's greater than the public knows. I'm I can assure you that so if something does happen, you want to be prepared What we're offering. We, of course, were offer high quality food. GMO options. No. Have fructose corn syrup or aspirin or at aspirin as pertains. Scuse me. It's easy to fix. Just boil water, put the food in. But really, what we're offering is freedom is offering choices because I do not know what the future is. But if I was gonna put a word on it, I would say uncertain. Now we've got a lot of calls about water. Gravity fed water filters the dura flow filters. If you already have a system like Burkey or whatever, very popular occuring, these filters filter in there. It's a universal tight filter, but they use a different technology. They're the best out there. I've been in this industry a long time. They have end of life testing. So if your life depends on it, you got tap water in Flint, Michigan. You want the dirt floor water filters to drink your water. The other thing that we've done one of.

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"william colby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"william colby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"8 90. W. L s people ask me or some e mails or text messages saying, how's that you spend so much time reading? It's because I don't watch Very, very watch Very little TV, including cable news. I've kind of given up on that as well. It's just people yelling at each other, and I don't need to know what I think Nobody needs to tell me my opinion. Oh, me something I don't know. That's why I read a lot. So we recommend books from time to time. We're on a really good run right here. I want to welcome to the program. Chris Whipple, a serious acclaimed writer, journalist. Documentary filmmaker speaker Multiple Peabody's He Ah was a producer at 60 minutes for quite a while and NBC's prime time and he's written another great book, The Spymasters, How the CIA director's shape history in the future. Chris. Welcome to W. How are you, sir? Great to be with you. I'm fine. Thanks. When I mentioned you are going to be on the air in just minutes. One of my listeners were mentioning William Colby and William Casey. And he sent me a little picture. William Casey with a quote ostensibly attributed to him. Have you ever heard William Casey? Saying those certain that if he said, this will know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false. So what? Now? I haven't heard that one. But it sounds like Casey. I mean, you know, he was an amazing character as a cz. You know, his nickname was mumbles speech was unintelligible. Ronald Reagan never understood a word, he said. And you know the late Senator Howard Baker when he heard that remarked, That's the most frightening thing I've ever heard. What US senator demanded to see his body because I didn't believe he had died. Look you you've got you've caught me. You've got me on that right off the top of my head. I can't remember who that was now, but at Casey's funeral and on Long Island that this state, you know, tasty was a rich guy made a lot of money on Wall Street and His funeral was held in In a church on Long Island, Ken Duberstein, who is Reagan's chief of staff. On Frank Carlucci was national security adviser. Watch the casket go by and they turn to each other and said, Are you sure he's in there? Yeah. Do you think Bob Woodward actually made it to his deathbed and interviewed him for that book? A lot of people thought that was bogus. Well, it's a story. It's a great story. I tell in the book. I spent a lot of time with Woodward went over to his house. Bob pulled out of 19 eighties vintage tape recorder played me a bunch of tapes. His interviews with Casey all to make the point that he he he he knew Casey very well case He loved to have a Moran and I gotta say, I think he did it. I think he got in there. There are a lot of people to see a who say that B s. It never happened. There was a round the clock. Security. I think Bob got in there. I don't think he made it up new book here. That's the author Chris Whipple. The spymasters How the CIA director's shape history in the future. I mentioned some before the break, Richard Helms. James Schlessinger, Stansfield Turner, Casey, William Webster, George Tenant, Porter Goss, Leon Panetta, David Pertaining, Petraeus in a lot of ways, these guys Wielded more power than even the president's, didn't they? Because they didn't have to explain anything to anybody unless was behind closed doors, and they probably had files on everybody. And if somebody gave them a questioning, and like they just raised their eyebrows and say, Really? Do you want to go down that road, Congressman Well, it's the cast of characters that John Le Carr a couldn't dream up. You know, that was that was my good luck writing this book. And and I like to think that I've managed to humanize these guys. Uh, And this time, I'll tell you a story or two, but, you know, all of that changed in the mid seventies. The era. When Bill When CIA directors like Dick Helms could basically just say, you know, you don't need to know what I know. That ended really in the mid eighties with congressional oversight. So you know today, for example, the CIA can't really carry out a covert operation. Without briefing the gang of eight in Congress. Which which means it's not going to be a covert robbery. If they bring if they breathe those that's the end of the covert operation. Well, here's the great story that I tell in the book. Leon Panetta Before the months before the bin Laden operation took place. He went to Congress, and he briefed him on his own authority. When Barack Obama and Bill Daley found out they went ballistic. Bailey, being the chief of staff daily, called a pinata chewed him out. And Panetta said, Sorry, Bill, That's my job. Just what you guess what it didn't leak. Yeah, that's surprising one of their one thing in our remaining moments I also mentioned we were talking on the error of my news man, John Dempsey, William Colby and I said died in some sort of canoeing accident. What's the back story on that? Did anybody say I'm not buying it? Yeah, That's an incredible story. Bill. Kobe is a great character. He me He was a Michael Carly on of the CIA. A unlikely he came in after Dick Helms and he Was really a kind of almost a bleeding heart liberal in the In the scheme of things he exposed the so called family jewels, all those scandals of the CIA. So when he doctor In a mysterious canoeing incident. A T age of 76 many years later. Ah, lot of people just didn't buy. It just didn't accept the fact that it was an accident. His body didn't wash up until nine days later, there were a lot of fishy circumstances. It's a great story nine days thinking in the key. Imagine that story in the environment we live in today, Chris. Yeah, exactly. Well it it is truly a wilderness of mirrors in the and that famous phrase that was attributed Tio teams. Jesus Angleton was also a character in the book. So I like to think that I humanized these guys, and there's some great stories about all of them who jumped off the roof at Walter Reed. Well, there was That's a story that No, You can't cover everything. I don't get into that in greater detail, but there was allegedly somebody who was involved in the CIA's Experimental drug program who allegedly Jumped to his death. That was all part of this program called M K Ultra. Well, I got to tell you, I can't wait to read it. I started it last night, and I've read you before. You're a terrific writer, and I told my listeners I said, it's It's history, but it reads like a thriller. So, Chris Good luck with the book and continued success and I appreciate your time today. Thanks so much. I really enjoyed it. Chris Whipple, the spymasters how the CIA director's shape history and the future. We must pay tribute to Bill Conway, talking about a call of service are called to service. Will do that. And Fred Mitchell, the longtime Tribune sports columnist, will be here to remember the life and legacy of Gale Sayers and just minutes on and threw in with double. Top state official.

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"william colby" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"That. do I think it will turn into much of a political issue? So inside that I. Think it's difficult for a lot of people you know struck and meeting writing notes to yourself, but you very fundamental analysis. Is they abused power in an awful way I mean this is as bad as breaking into the breaking into Watergate this is. Ken, lacorte founder of court news with the motto of News on Spun Talk Uncensored the site highlights media malfeasance. Can we talk for weeks about a media malfeasance, because whatever happened to old fashioned unbiased journalism? Did it ever exist? Several stages right I mean the media. The Nash and I say I mainly mean the the the large national media. It went through the periods of of yellow journalism back in the late eighteen hundreds nineteen hundreds. It's not pretty. commonsensical during the. Forties fifties sixties seventies always leaned less, but it wasn't nutty. Went with the rise of the Internet with the rise of economic forces with the rise of the politics on it. It is now closer to the yellow journalism days, and then it was anything that we had going up. But even five years ago. I mean and. If you turned over Fox News? If you turn to to the Republicans this that Hair Fox News is run by the Republican Party. They'd they'd fire the one gal they do. They have a couple anchor, and they keep things kind of largely the same. If you turned over CNN to the Democratic Party. I don't know if they would make any changes. I mean literally yeah. WHAT HOUSI- hands! Yeah. You had you had news organizations that Kinda had their own point of view now are just full on slogging for their candidate, and and the downside for Republicans on that is ninety percent of ninety five percent of the National Press Corps is on one side and they now call themselves mainstream, and they present that is the normal narrative as they've gotten radical as they've turned from from honest brokers who lean left to we're going to intentionally keep information out of stories. We're going to intentionally push bad information higher You know I don't buy that. They sit in absolutely live, but I can live by telling the truth. I mean Fox, news could stay put. A judge gave a speech last week wearing underwear. Can you imagine that? You have to do is say not say that he was wearing a suit and tie shoes it's. They do this and it's funny. In. A serious way I mean I got I got the New York when when they were in the process of getting me kicked off of facebook, they had a piece of like. This is the craziest most intellectually dishonest thing that I've ever seen, but the ash meant most of the actual facts that they said were true, and you can lie that way, and that's how it's played and people who like. People who think that they're dealing with the news media that they dealt with growing up or even four or five years ago. You're not if you have to go and sample different sample, different different news outlets, and and find human beings. You Trust because people are spending you hard. Tennis courts founder of Lacorte News by the way. Was it William Colby William Colby. CIA director when he canoeing so the. Guy Who started off under Portrays. Okay all right all right. Yeah that was portraying yeah. He woke up one day the second most powerful man in the in the administration, and by the end of the day nobody knew what happened, it was like hey, he just he just. He just said he needed to spend more time with his family. There you go. Yeah, that's always the common refrain more time with family, okay? That's always the sign of a silent coup. Usually when somebody just walked up and says I need to spend more time with family there you go and Jen just remember kind of like in the radio business. You're nobody until you've been fired at least once. You're nobody until you've been kicked off a facebook I mean come on. You know I wish it hadn't taken away ninety percent of my income at the time, but yes, I agree all right. Tell us more about the court news. So. Look. We spent a lot of time looking at those stories that you're not gonNA see in the mainstream press. We spent a lot of time looking at at just the awful behavior of of video, and that all things are going on right now. Certainly the thing that bothers me the most is is the rising censorship and McCarthyism by both the press, and by both in the new media's well cancer we. Yeah we can survive. We can survive having one out of three channels on on Cable News. We can't survive when they say we are taking this thought and we're banning this. Oh I! Mean you know my mind? They killed me days after reported on the name of of the so-called whistleblower that started up impeachment of of of a president and. The fact that very few people in America don't realize that this whistle blower didn't work in the White House that he was actually a CIA analyst who'd been on kind of a long term campaign to get get the president, and nobody knows his name, and he actually started impeachment process. President Nited States. And if you mentioned his name, you get tweaked off of of ironically, not twitter I. Think it was facebook I got killed from. Google pulled pulled ads from my pages, and and you to pull down, pull down the channels as well that type of thing or the type of thing that now when people say. Black lives matter group. And then they're. They're on the unemployment line. And the things that that really even more so than the FBI, even more so than these numb nuts pulling down statues when you start your thought and punishing it. That's one society's go off the rails, and and we are right at the verge jokes. About we need. We need to stop it. Well George Orwell's certainly present I with nineteen eighty-four because we are seeing. That play out in society. Today truly is terrifying. Always a pleasure founder of Likud News. Thanks so much and be well. I enjoyed it pope making. Eight twenty one now. Thirteen ten k. f. k. well, the whole sports story in northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten Kfi K. missing.

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"william colby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"DOT FM at now live from the studios of Freedoms Phoenix Ernest handcock freedoms Phoenix paint covering operation mockingbird. Gaw You go into Freedoms Phoenix at the top right. There's a search bar up there. We've been improving our search engine to slot back in stuff going on a lot of people don't know about but you put in Operation Mockingbird and you let it search and it goes through all four hundred whatever thousand headlines that we have on premiums Phoenix. Four hundred thou- going through everything narrow it is now. I can include any words all words. Exact match Israeli Blah Blah Blah Blah. So here we go operation. Macabre is live and well do propaganda bill resurrects as operation mockingbird. I didn't remember this one. The new counterfeiting information no countering counterfeiting whatever forty and countering information warfare act of sixteen s twenty six ninety two now foreign countering. Foreign propaganda differ may disinformation act. See it's always opposite or wherever they call it you know and The CIA operation mockingbird the same kind of thing. It's the new The US Ministry of Truth and what they've done it was illegal for the Pentagon or military or the US government to Propagandize the American people. That will you propagandize Germany Austria? Whatever all you want but it was illegal to do it here but now they're like yeah we need to do it a little bit and counter you know the fake news of France or something. Operation Mockingbird was fully implemented a program to spread this information throughout America Media C. I. A. Director William Colby testified to the Church Committee. That over four hundred. Cia agents active in the US media to control what was reported through American mainstream television. Newspapers and magazines four hundred. Cia agents now. This is his testimony before Congress in the church was filled. It's filled you actually watch it on Youtube. Early documentaries man here. What are we see this little thing here? That means it's up there forever and always click that but you see I'm you know. And now they call it The new one it's a US ministry a truth. The bill is currently being reviewed by Congress. Us government is added again. Same dirty tactics and Nicole. War Irritation from their bag of tricks dusted off repackage and presented to the public as a necessary means for national security. Once again the free press is not only under attack it is being used as a front for propaganda war just like all wolf warfare that people pay the price did this past. Oh care doesn't matter. They're doing it. I mean if they can nate then they are a well so so they are not so one of the reasons are bringing it up. I know long-term listeners to the show obviously know about it. They're like dogs called Tuesday mockingbird but we also will people only China to the trump report and I just kind of kind of you know. Let's speed them up and have them understand with this whole this whole war. That's been going on this information war yet to give out stones on that Didn't start with Donald Trump for as many people out there that were killed only the only in the last five years or so starting to understand how the media cynthia wine and they started asking themselves. We'll did they just suddenly start lying to me since since Donald Trump grant like. Where did this come from? I know it's hard for you. Ernie to touch us that and I'm not trying to be funny but I mean for a lot of people out there. This is new. It's sort of like when they. I realize the reserved the problem and just being deep members. Oh here's his rookie. Going to my point. No let me put this in their operation. Mockingbird WIKIPEDIA STARTS OFF OPERATION MOCKINGBIRD is alleged large scale programme wikipedia cop there. Cia YOU'RE THERE. It's not alleged it's stipulated admit okay. It's practically it's in the records on film so so when I'm young to is there's so many people that are new to this. There's trying to figure out a long. Has This has had the impact I've been up into the system and they don't know and of course may start talking to people it's got PBS. Now trying to kind of Redo history saying well to the Russians. And it's this over here. Cnn or Fox News and it goes round and round. The thing is people have to realize that this modern information war started before many of us. We're we're we're actually born in the nineteen fifties. After with into the beginning of the Cold War. The Cold War really began with new technologies. Not just the bomb but technologies in television. The coming cable all of this sort of thing. They realized that things are getting so big as far as communication streams. So it wasn't just two or three networks on the radio but back then it was starting to larger with actual video with television screens and people sitting in their house and suddenly they had to come up with a much. More a insidious way to control people so the point is mockingbird knocking for those who don't know that is the genesis of all of this. Because obviously you know I mean I mean a propagandist around there for like eons but the modern propaganda war began with mockingbird and all leads what we have today the only differences. It's starting to be exposed now. People are starting to see it for the first time. It's not just cracks like like Ernie and myself and Freedoms Phoenix people who are considered conspiracy theorists all. This time. You Know Jeffrey Epstein didn't tell them stuff by saying that was not going away you know. I'm not even sure. He killed himself Halloween. Oh you were even dead. You Know I. I'm like whatever nothing. It doesn't matter all that stuff there. So always justice there no justice you know there. There's only just us. We need to read take our own minds away from them. Quit having them influence us so much. We just go yeah. He's not even dead now. So say general opinion. Screw you. We don't care. We don't pay attention to the media and pay attention to the government to. That's our win. The governess let better. Let's I want him the room. He better their ruling me wrong. I want new rulers. That's the problem that that that that that that that is the problem. Quit begging for better rule you. There is no better rule you than you guys just so stupid but that realization is coming all of a sudden. Now you have hunters out there going you know what a hunt for Sport. You know that skull. He'll eat the brains man. I mean we we food. We're going to get out there and get some and under all of a sudden we find out this one thing. I love this stat. There are ten times more hunting license possessors in America than there are all the army men in the world ten times and they're all snipers you think you're going to win this by force of arms. Hell no they have to do it with a biological warfare. They have to do it with psychological warfare. You have to do with economic warfare. They're not going to take over the people that is not going to happen and going with your guns to Capitol Hill and give me permission slip to open row. Be Mad screw them. You don't know what the how it's not about asking permission. It's just doing it which we are doing straight up. Wickenburg restaurants just opening route tone. Apo- out there pay pal screw it. They're just opening like screw this man. That's the leadership. That is what you need to do. And then when they come shut you down and kick in this get a try. I want to try. Let's get all this on trial. They're just seeing how much you'll take and then I want to see the judge rules in the government's favour of Yeah we get the order you that you can't do commerce kind of order for a health of you know all the powers of the people go away and goes all the government win. There's a national emergency when there's national security involved with health and welfare and all this other cost to health and welfare with the health and Welfare America used to be freedom and I go. I want that discussed all. I'm afraid they'll say I don't give a crap. What they say doesn't matter what they say. It's what you think you know. All you gotTa do is just have general public opinion. You're my opinion. Is THEY SUCK now? What next now. I am just so sick of this but while earlier starting to see what what you've always talked about which is Be The end of nightmare on ELM street. Where all the sudden the way you stop Freddy Krueger is just stopped worrying. You turn your back on it. And all of a sudden he has no power which is actually how the movie ends and the same thing here. Exactly he's got that far. But if you saw on Fox News they had to give the Guy Credit. He's Barbara's and ex-marine Jones two or three barber shops and he's like you know what I don't care if if I get arrested. I'm opening my barber shops and he went on to CNN. And it was interesting. How the host and him were having two completely different conversations. I mean it's astounding. See how different that that that we are. She could not rapper head around why this guy was saying. I don't care about the fines. I I am knocker. Always GIVE UP. Give up my liberties income and the rest and she couldn't wrap her head around. Yeah hip but put the state is Tony. You can't aren't you afraid you're going to get a fine what happens. Then he's like I don't care I'm an American like it was amazing watching.

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"william colby" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"You you've heard US talk about that before long story short this leads. Congress to authorize a series of investigations into the CIA from nine hundred. Seventy five to nineteen seventy-six. They examined a ton of different operations. They also find CIA ties with journalists as well as private voluntary organizations but none of these reports interestingly enough specifically refer to Operation Mockingbird all the famous Church Committee report found. Was that quote. The CIA currently maintains a network of several hundred four and individuals around the world who provide intelligence and at times attempt to influence through the use of propaganda. And this. This is weird because the CIA already knew the heat was coming and they had. They had begun restricting their use of domestic journalists and foreign journalists at least according to them. a right as this was all hitting the fan so in nineteen seventy three the former director of the CEO. William Colby told the Church Committee That he believed as general policy. The CIA won't be able to use clandestine operations anymore. Won't be able to use staff to perpetrate these kinds of operations On US publications is which have a substantial impact is what he says quote or influence on public opinion so he's essentially shutting this down right and just three years after that. George H W Bush was in the CIA director You know member of the Bush political dynasty later. Go on to be president. He said the following quote effective immediately. Cia will not enter into any paid or contractual relationship with any full time or part time. News correspondent accredited by any new. Us News Service newspaper periodical radio or television network or station. So there we go problem solved right one thousand nine hundred ninety six on we are g two G that is short for good to go. We are we. We do have to mention we. Tease the one specific mention of Operation Mockingbird in official docks the family jewels the infamous family jewels mass declassification of CIA documents says the following in full. It's interesting to see how they characterize mockingbird and this comes from you can find this right now if you're hanging out the black vault dot com and this is a quote from the sixth page that you'll find their project mockingbird a telephone intercept activity was conducted between twelve of. March nineteen sixty three and fifteenth of June. One thousand nine hundred sixty three so very short time there and targeted to washington-based newsmen who at the time had been publishing news articles based on and frequently quoting classified materials of this agency the CIA and others including top secret and special intelligence. And that's it sounds like a very tiny operation right there. Two newsmen who have access to information that they probably shouldn't have or that you know someone is feeding to them or that you know in some way. These guys are getting access to that secret information that they shouldn't have it so they checked out two guys they wiretapped and they figured out what happened and then it was over right but they stopped right. I mean if everything's fine dated or not doing this anymore. They put the the the brakes on this program so no worries. Everything's all right. Yeah that leads us to our conclusion and we wish there was a little bit because the answer really to that. Excellent question is not so fast. Decades have passed since the mid seventies but numerous people. Some of your faithful hosts included. Believe this program never really stopped and it's easy to see why a lot of people believe that. This is the era of fake news. After maybe we don't even need the CIA to conduct this anymore. Maybe the massive consolidation of media conglomerates alone has led to more effective control over war media than ever before the thing is. You'll notice that mentioned from family. Jewels talks about a project. Mockingbird we're talking about an operation mockingbird that's that's the closest we could get and they sound like very different things they selling completely different things. One is feeding information to the press of the other is trying to figure out how the press is getting all this. Dang information so maybe maybe operation mockingbird was happening and then project mockingbird was to figure out what the heck was happening with the operation. I mean honestly because the people involved Robert Kennedy Robert McNamara huge names. These people are involved directly with these tiny snippy. We talked about project MOCKINGBIRD Joseph Carroll is involved I mean it's it's just it's so insane new to imagine if operation mockingbird was real absolutely was real just full stop and they were doing all these things who who knows exactly how many people were involved and we'd have information about this compartmentalized activity You know it's that whole thing where maybe the left hand has no idea what the right hand is doing. Yeah and and then the big question is if you had this tremendous network this infrastructure and you knew that you on the verge of of discovering technology that will give you even more control. Why the hell would you walk away? It's a question that can't really be answered and if you dig into operation mockingbird you will. You'll see that it's still legally again and alleged operation but there is also. There's no solid cutoff. Date other than the Blake. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy statements that that we mentioned just a few minutes ago. You will not find an official end for this thing because this thing doesn't officially really exist so this is where we leave it to you. What do you think folks Operation Mockingbird? Is it a small time conspiracy to hassle some journalist? Was it a deeper conspiracy to rule the mind of the public. Was it a conspiracy that never actually ended? We love to hear your thoughts. Yeah you can reach us in the usual ways on the Internet at Facebook where we have our facebook group. Here's where it gets. Crazy can also find us on instagram and twitter and some combination of conspiracy stuff conspiracy stuff show We also have a telephone number. That our good Buddy Matt is kind enough to sort of be the gatekeeper of that's right. Our number is one eight three three S T D W Y T K leave a message. We will hear it whatever you WanNa say whether you want to talk about this episode or when you WanNa hear in the future or a past episode or if you WanNa talk about Knowles. 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"william colby" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A first down at the twelve yard line third and one looked like he was babbling that going out of bounds in the it was an awkward catch the city was a little bit behind it to the committee towards body planning and so third one so to start soon mackenzie I think is going to get a five or so so the third one third six what's the ball you heard that yeah we use the term is usually on the third with the Jewish hurry up to the line they're for equipment if it's a guard at the jail because he was thinking that they had you know to to simple to get to the thirteen your back seven situation with me and we'll news on the state those extra pressure they've got three down with their three linebackers running here and a defensive end Michael on either on the other what a lot of all this year but some takes the snap looking for the same job instantly by William Colby Williams nice job begins armor they're not locked pop it up three and out the penalty kill them the motion on third one and now group is looking for his own end zone and I do use a terror and returns will have a chance to return this thing standing right up there near midfield approach what Paul brought to your part by cores light mountain gold refresh with made to chill the group is to unleash one here snap is back whistles hold everything back it up further from the seven to the four to have three and a half he also is not here is to stay all kinds of both here and there due to the top for the few that when it because the full start as well you look at the three six Rick sure it's not that they're the great the height of the prodigal walls of the took the field here he took the lead it has been really see here in history this is not one of the noisier crowds I can remember the student section is full but they're not however good excuse sure it's about two yards away from the back it is in zone we mainly kicks it away the high waffler towards the sideline and goes out of bounds it'll certainly be in desi territory all the way at the forty yard line not much of a kick there is a look like Johnny dance taking one off the top of that they're not what he was not what he would get ready for defense and he took.

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"william colby" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on KGO 810

"He thinks he's the wrong man for the job just Colby have the power to take that higher than just a dispute in Saigon. Can he get that to the president? He did not at that time because he was a he was merely a division head within the within the CI and John McCain was by and all. And so there were levels above him, but Colby was a good company man in agency man. And though he thought the ambassador was wrong. And though he thought the removal of the no brothers was wrong. He was a soldier any March. Is that what he did? That's correct. He he said at one someone asked him. Why he did not resign over that. And he said, well, that's. That's a form of immaturity. I you have to look at the larger picture, which for him was the ongoing struggle between a western democracy and the forces of international communism. And this may have been a tactical mistake, but he wasn't going to abandon this larger conflict for that professor because we have younger audience listening to us. I want to establish that the coup of fully signed onto by the abetted by the and the murder of those two men in a personnel. Carrier being brought back to gentlemen. And the White House had learning that the brothers were dead, and that there was a new warlord in Saigon. That is my understanding that was the beginning of the end of the United States in Vietnam, because we undermine the credibility of anyone that took office in Saigon did Bill Kobe believed that afterwards, what he believed that he had a couple of. Objectives, and he became increasingly a powerful. An increasingly powerful in, in, in, in Washington and inside gone he. Hoped for the return of civilian government in South Vietnam. But he also struggle against the, the American escalation of the conflict. He understood that Lyndon Johnson had to put his finger in the dike in nineteen sixty four and sixty five or South Vietnam, when fall to the communists, but he then believed that we should withdraw. And he thought that the Westmoreland approach with free fire zones, and, and conventional sweeps was counterproductive. He believed that the war will be fought as a guerrilla, war, counter, insurgency conflict, and his great struggle throughout the nineteen sixties was to get the US to abandon this conventional approach, which created so much havoc in South Vietnam and to operate through the South Vietnamese. As ah villagers through the militia to create academy insurgency force, which could which could. South Vietnamese against North Vietnamese non-communist against against communists in other words because we know where we're going here. He read the seven pillars of wisdom when during the second war because he's a hero from the OS s in the second war, he thought he was Lawrence, and he believed that the way to win in Vietnam was to set the good Arabs against the bad air ABS and win the way Lawrence dead in Damascus. That's what I thought. That's exactly right. Americans ought to tread lightly and to enable the South Vietnamese to foster southwest means nationalism. And if possible to, to help the South Vietnamese, determine their own fate, and Toby believe, like like t Lawrence that, if the South Vietnamese, particularly Labor's villagers. Were empowered to rule themselves and to fight it in their own defense to defend their own villages that, that, that would lead to the creation of a viable nation. I'm speaking with Randall woods, his new biography shadow warrior, this story of William Colby, who sees the Vietnam war from the beginning of the American effort, he arrives and fifty nine till the end, we're going to go back to where did Bill, call become from where did he get this idea of t Lawrence? How did he see himself as a white Knight? What about his dad? I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. This is the John Batchelor show on. K. G O eight ten. Balance of.

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"william colby" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:56 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. It is nine hundred sixty three in Vietnam. There's a coup foot a coup that is very well known to the Americans. This is a coup by the Vietnamese generals, who resent the presence, and his brother knew, and the whole corruption of the Saigon regime. This is early days of the Vietnam war. The Kennedy administration in Washington evidencing that this is a political problem. We've got to get past this politically, that the military solution is not attractive the way forward must be politics and covert operations. We're going to start there because it is the anchor for me. In a wonderful and sweeping new book of one man, the story is shadow warrior. It's about Bill Colby, William Colby, who was a CIA agent and CIA director and a CI. A senior official all during the Vietnam period of crisis from nineteen sixty arrived in fifty nine until the fall of the at Phnom in nineteen seventy five. He saw Bill Colby. He was also a man who comes from a much different tradition in the early twentieth century. The white Knight tradition of riding to the rescue of saving civilization from darkness. I welcome professor Randall woods Randall's book is awesome. It's sweeping. He's the Johnny Cooper distinguished professor of history at the university of Arkansas professor, I take you immediately to nineteen sixty three and the coup planning against GM Kobe knew about it. Did everybody in the CIA know that there was a coup foot to remove the, the new brothers? They did the, the see I had a an individual name, Luke coning, who was with the. Plotters of the whole time, and it was clear, although there was some division of opinion within the Kennedy administration. The signals that Washington sent through Henry Cabot lodge, was that the US not only would not object to the coup that they would be privately pleased with it at the same time Bill Colby, and we'll do as origins. He's born nineteen twenty he's now forty three years old. He has a family. He's firmly established as the the high hand in Vietnam and South Vietnam. He doesn't want the gem removed and his brother knew he does. He wants them to stay in place. He's committed to them why. Well he was. He had been stationed chief there from nineteen fifty nine through nineteen sixty two then he returned to the United States to head the forest vision for the Central Intelligence Agency, and he had bonded with the no brothers, particularly no din. New the younger brother of the strong. They, they many, many people said they the imminence grew say about behind the regime, but an intellectual who impressed Colby. And of course, Kobe was Catholic and the no family was Catholic, and there was that bond but Colby believed although his father was from a military background. He really believes that if South Vietnam was going to survive and thrive it needed to civilian government. And he believed that the, the regime with all its faults was, was, was really the best hope he was overruled in that and he was a good soldier and acquiesced, but at at, at the time of the coup in nineteen sixty three he he, he, he clearly believed that it was a, a major mistake. The ambassador is as Henrik had lodged junior and. Bill Colby, the manual. The biography of Bill Colby is at odds with Henry Cabot lodge junior. He thinks that he's misread the situation. He thinks he's the wrong man for the job just call. The have the power to take that higher than just a dispute in Saigon. Can he get that to the president? He did not at that time because he was a he was merely a division head within the within the CI and John McCain was DCI and all, and so there were levels above him. But Koby was a good company man in agency man. And though he thought the ambassador was wrong. And though he thought the removal of the no brothers was wrong. He was a soldier any marched. Is that what he did? That's correct. He he said one someone asked him why he did not resign over that. And he said, well, that's, that's a form of immaturity. I you have to look at the larger picture, which for him was. The ongoing struggle between western democracy and the forces of international communism. And this may have been a tactical mistake, but he wasn't going to abandon this larger conflict for that professor because we have a younger audience listening to us. I want to establish that the coup of fully signed onto by the CIA abetted by the CIA and the murder of those two men in a personnel. Carrier being brought back to gentlemen. And the White House had learning that the brothers were dead, and that there was a new warlord in Saigon. That is my understanding that was the beginning of the end of the United States in Vietnam, because we undermine the credibility of anyone that took office in Saigon did Bill Kobe believe that afterwards. What he believed that he had a couple of, of objectives, and he became increasingly a powerful as the sixties war on an increasingly powerful voice in, in, in, in Washington and inside gone, he wall hoped for the return of civilian government in South Vietnam. But he also struggle against the, the American escalation of the conflict. He understood that Lyndon Johnson had to put his finger in the dike in nineteen sixty four and sixty five or South Vietnam, when communist, but he then believed that we should withdraw the Westmoreland approach with free fire zones, and, and conventional sweeps was counterproductive. He believed that the war will be fought as a guerrilla war. For a counterinsurgency conflict and his great struggle throughout the nineteen sixties was to get the US to abandon this conventional approach, which created so much havoc in South Vietnam and to operate through. They South Vietnamese villagers through the militia to create high academy insurgency force, which could which could tip South Vietnamese against North Vietnamese non-communist against against communists in other words because we know where we're going here. He read the seven pillars of wisdom when during the second war because he's a hero from the second war. He thought he was Lawrence, and he believed that the way to win in Vietnam was to set the good Arabs against the bat, air ABS and win the way Lawrence dead in Damascus. That's what I thought. That's exactly right. Americans ought to tread lightly. And to enable the South Vietnamese to foster southwest means nationalism, and if possible to, to help the South Vietnamese determine their own fate, and probably believe, like like t Lawrence that if the South Vietnamese, particularly labors, and villagers. Were empowered to rule themselves and to fight in their own defense to defend their own villages that, that, that would lead to the creation of a viable nation. I'm speaking with random woods. His new biography shadow warrior, this story of William Colby, who sees the Vietnam war from the beginning of the American effort. He rising fifty nine till the end, we're going to go back to where did Bill, call become from where did he get this idea of t Lawrence? How did he see himself as a white Knight? What about his dad? I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. One zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington, small. W. M L..

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"william colby" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Bin Laden operational crack Matthias taking it every time we do a black bag operation in a foreign country. What seals? I'm not sure how to play it is our job. Our US ambassador has informed, the host government peso baba has all this act act actionable intelligence that only the president can tell the Bassett don't do that. Okay. Sticking his neck out, when we got bin Laden because of we inform, the Pakistanis that we're going to get him just what we would've never got him. But I give them a lot of credit for that. Those are really gutsy call on his part. Question here. Virtue for what you able to do to talk to these dozens. And dozens of people they live in secret world. And what you manage to reach them is a testament to your to skills star in I look in worked in Laos with the government. William Colby, once was quoted saying this, this was were he talked about the operations that are really to, to the media said, but case of Laos it was a success. Well, how do you MS success in loss over two million people who've been killed in that war? They will not people who are targeted by the CIA. Individual basis. There were killed him massive bombing loss was taken on in the level of the most bombing in measured in terms of ordinance in are in American history. So I have to wonder about, but also quickly about Osama bin Laden. He was owned biologists for about nine years before he was allegedly officially killed. How did he live in a cave in Dallas for years? So to answer the first part of the question I will give you this to think about just the other night at discussion. People are asking me, suggesting that I was condoning, you know, CIA paramilitary operations, which I I'm neither foreign were against. I'm just reporting the news as they say, but as a thought I did mention that last year alone in Afghanistan, the Pentagon dropped more than seven thousand bombs. Okay. So TCI missions are very small footprint. Hence the knife to the throat, maybe a hellfire missile but a Pentagon, five hundred or more pound bomb, does a lot more damage. We dropped more than seven thousand of them in. That's a very hard statistic define and it's about to get even harder to find out what the defense department is doing because there's an inspector general who's been looking at those numbers. On afghan. Stan and missing ministration just took that job away. It was called Seger. So we will no longer. Have those numbers to your question? Yes. So I was struck by the. Decline in euphemism over the course of presidential history writes from Brampton neutralization to targeted killing and specifically, you know, it's. On first blush out. Think that would have something to do with a decline in the value of true deniability versus diplomatic deniability, and that, which, you know, we know to be true, and that which we can say with a straight face in pharma microphone, which is true. Did over your thoughts on this? And what does that speak to well, hold off from the nature of truth in this world? But, you know up to that point. I mean, I think you said it perfectly, it's it all on the on the upside of that, what it says is, we are actually becoming a more informed citizenry, because, you know, no one's going to buy when if Obama called his drums, striking program, you know, health alteration committee, there would be outraged people be like what do you think we are stupid?.

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"william colby" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The New York Times, we weren't told why the White House wanted to see the New York Times returns. We didn't ask that tax information. I made available to Kennedy and later Nixon was not unusually set. And after being nudged by president Kennedy and with his knowledge, and that of Torney general Robert Kennedy caplin institute an audit program aimed at groups on the right that recreational of the president and his policies in April nineteen seventy six the Senate select committee on intelligence reported quote by directing tax audits, at individuals and groups solid because of their political beliefs the idiological organizations audit project as the nineteen sixty one Kennedy program was known established a precedent for a far more elaborate program of targeting dissidents. There's a history of this at the IRS. There's a history of this at the top levels of the FBI. This is what Democrats do. I'll continue with my book on freedom of the press. The abuses also reached into the FBI indeed, the FBI track virtually every move of Martin Luther King CNN reported in an interview with author David garrow that the began secretly tracking kings flights and watching his associates and July nineteen sixty three a month before the March on Washington FBI director j Edgar who thought a request with a Torney general Robert Kennedy, tack kings and associates phones and above their homes and offices in September. Kennedy consented to the technical surveillance. Kennedy gave the FBI permission to break into cat canes office and home to install the bugs as long as agents recognized the quote, delicacy of this particular matter unquote, and then get caught installing them and Kennedy added a proviso he wanted to be personally informed of any pertinent information. Why it spread domestic espionage? And I'm skipping around in my book. I can't read the whole thing. Why spread domestic espionage and tax investigations. Only got worse. Under Kennedy's successor. President Lyndon Johnson. Like several of his predecessors. But even more so Johnson use the IRS and the FBI and the CIA for unconstitutional and unlawful purposes, for example, the heritage foundation's leeann words who had served as director of information for the nineteen sixty four Barry Goldwater presidential campaign. Listen to this Taus. How Johnson used the CIA FBI to spy on the Goldwater campaign, quote, former intelligence officer e Howard hunt best known for his role as an orchestrator of the Watergate bugging told a Senate committee in nineteen Seventy-three that is CIA superior ordered him to infiltrate the Goldwater campaign hunt claimed of question the order only to be told that it had been a personal request a president Johnson. And that the information he received would be delivered to a White House aide. CIA director. William Colby confirmed. The White House's role in the legal surveillance while addressing a congressional hearing in nineteen seventy five that the CIA is prohibited by law from operating within the US didn't matter to Johnson's campaign, the Goldwater people never suspected that. One of them was a spy for the Democrats. I'm gonna continue with this. I'm going to continue with this. After a little commercial, and then a break, and I hope you're spellbound. I hope you're sitting on the edge of your chairs, whether you're sitting on the edge of your seat in your car or otherwise. Because spying on presidential campaigns is a pattern of conduct that is a Kurd particularly with Democrats in office, not exclusively. But particularly you'd think it didn't happen. You think it couldn't happen be Mr. conspiracy? Theorist I pull it out of their own damn news reports. Ellen boys in the conservative talk. Right. Thanks for backing me up. Chickens. Dealing with over where am I Mr. producer?.

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"william colby" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Of tax records about ten inches. Hi that had been submitted by the New York Times, we weren't told why the White House wanted to see the New York Times returns. And we didn't ask that tax information. I made available to Kennedy and later Nixon was not unusually said. And after being nudged by president Kennedy and with his knowledge, and that of a Torney general Robert Kennedy Kaplan, instituted an audit program aimed at groups on the right that recreational of the president and his policies in April nineteen seventy six the Senate select committee on intelligence reported quote by directing tax audits at individuals and groups solely because of their political beliefs the idiological organizations audit project as the nineteen sixty one Kennedy program was known established a precedent for a far more elaborate program of targeting dissidents. There's a history of this at the IRS. There's a history of this at the top levels of the FBI. This is what Democrats do. I'll continue with my book on freedom of the press. The abuses also reached into the FBI indeed, the FBI track virtually every move of Martin Luther King CNN reported in an interview with author David garrow that the FBI began secretly tracking kings flights and watching his associates in July nineteen sixty three a month before the March on Washington FBI director j Edgar who've fodder request with a Torney general Robert Kennedy to tack kings and his associates phones and above their homes and offices. It's september. Kennedy consented to the technical surveillance. Kennedy gave the FBI permission to break into cat king's office and home to install the bugs as long as agents recognize the quote, delicacy of this particular matter unquote, and then get caught installing them and Kennedy added a proviso he wanted to be personally informed of any pertinent information. Why it spread domestic espionage? And I'm skipping around in my book. I can't read the whole thing. Why spread domestic espionage and tax investigations. Only got worse. Under Kennedy's successor. President Lyndon Johnson. Like several of his predecessors. But even more so Johnson use the IRS in the FBI and the CIA for unconstitutional and unlawful purposes. For example, the heritage foundation's lead words who had served as director of information for the nineteen sixty four Barry Goldwater presidential campaign. Listen to this Taus, how Johnson use the CIA and FBI to spy on the Goldwater campaign, quote, former intelligence officer e Howard hunt best known for his role as an orchestrator of the Watergate bugging told a Senate committee in nineteen Seventy-three that is CIA superior ordered him to infiltrate the Goldwater campaign hunt claimed of question the order only to be told that it had been a personal request a president Johnson. And that the information he received would be delivered to a White House aide. CIA director. William Colby confirmed. The White House's role in the legal surveillance while addressing a congressional hearing nineteen seventy five that the CIA is prohibited by law from operating within the US didn't matter to Johnson's campaign, the Goldwater people never suspected that. One of them was a spy for the Democrats. I'm gonna continue with this. I'm going to continue with this. After a little commercial, and then a break, and I hope you're spellbound. I hope you're sitting on the edge of your chairs, whether you're sitting on the edge of your seat in your car or otherwise. Because spying on presidential campaigns is a pattern of conduct that is a Kurd particularly with Democrats in office, not exclusively. But particularly you'd think it didn't happen. You think it couldn't happen be Mr. conspiracy theorists? I pull it out of their own damn news reports. Ellen boys in the conservative talk. Thanks for backing me up. Budget chickens? Dealing with over where am I Mr. producer? All right. Are you dealing with overwhelming credit card debt, folks? We'll get rid of it alleviate the crushing interest. You're paying a mortgage. Refinance from American financing. It's simple at American financing. They have no upfront fees, and like others who charge five hundred bucks just to.

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"william colby" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Senior editor of the Washington free beacon national security columnist Washington Times. And he has a book, I war war and peace in the information age. Pretty devastating piece by him in the Wall Street Journal. Hence, the invitation Bill Gertz welcome to the Dennis Prager show. Not hearing our guest. Hello. Yeah. Hi. The show. Thank you very much. You have a very it's very devastating piece in the Wall Street Journal an indictment exposes America's witless intelligence agencies. First of all tell my listeners about Monica wit. Sure, she was indicted. She was a force counterintelligence agent who defected to run in twenty thirteen converted to Islam, and basically compromised a very sensitive communication system. That's used to communicate with recruited agents. And as a result of that some forty two CIA or other US intelligence recruits were were either imprisoned or killed in the point of my my piece in the Wall Street Journal was that are recruited agents are getting killed on a on an industrial scale because of bad counterintelligence that is the ability to. Counteract neutralize Ford the efforts of foreign intelligence services. And it's been a string of disastrous going back. Thirty years did the Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen cases where they compromised all our agents in Soviet Union. And then Russia, and then more recently, there was a major compromise in China, which is obviously our our number one adversary right now, and as many as thirty recruited CIA agents were either imprisoned or killed as a result of our counterintelligence failures. I hope everybody heard that clearly and I. Drove me crazy to read it people risking their lives. To spy on our behalf against terrible regimes. And then our ineptitude causes them. I'm sure in every case, they were tortured. It's not when you say imprisoned in Iran, or China, you really mean tortured. Absolutely. Absolutely. And the interesting thing about this is that in a letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal, the top US counterintelligence official color named William. Rejoinder, which basically attack me in an ad hominem fashion while ignoring this intelligence disaster and. Accused me of somehow criticizing are dedicated counterintelligence officials which I never did. And then he made this. Kind of glaring statement in his letter that well, yeah, we've had occasional setbacks. And we've learned from them, unfortunately, they haven't been occasional. It's been like I said decades long, and we're losing a valuable intelligence resources on a massive scale in my view. I don't know how we'll recruit anybody in. These countries will realize what happened to the people re recruited before then. Exactly, I mean in this. This goes back to a dispute back in the nineteen seventies. We had a independent CIA counter intelligence chief his name is James Angleton. And he got into a big internal dispute with the CIA director at the time. William Colby and ended up leaving and Angleton was used very aggressive counter intelligence methods to go after the Soviet KGB and its offshoots, then but because of his aggressive methods they forced him out and counterintelligence was then regarded as six think that is you had to question the loyalties of intelligence of US intelligence personnel. But the result has been a disaster since we gave up that independent counterintelligence you need to have a separate counter. Intelligence bureau or department that isn't connected to the people who do the offense of spying it's really a separate discipline. And we need to make reforms in it. I mean, there's an urgent need to reform this. So we don't we can recruit people and we won't lose anymore agents. Do you know more about Monica wit? Now other than like, I said she was uncovered in in during the Obama administration sometime around twenty twelve and she went to Iran, and basically according to the indictment offered to defect. And the FBI found out about it because she went on a rainy and television. And then when the FBI questioned her they should have arrested her forgive me. Wait, wait. Forgive me. At the time. She went to Iran was she in counter intelligence in the air force. No, she had left. She had left. It was. Circumstances. I've heard departure are not clear the indictment. She was this air force counterintelligence agents. Then she went to Booz Allen Hamilton the same firm that hired Edward Snowden and she worked as a contractor on the same sensitive programs. I mean, this was again, the most secret intelligence information. It was it was in what they call a special access program. That isn't so tightly guarded that officials are allowed to lie publicly in order to protect the secrecy. And the reason why is because it was how they communicate with recruited agents. They they use an internet program that allows case officers and agent handlers to communicate with recruited agents in these difficult areas, and she was in charge of that program. And basically was in charge of that program. According to the indictment. That's what it said. So she was in charge of it before. She went to Iran, right? Then she goes on Iranian television and says she wants to live in Iran. Yup. And she converted to Islam, right? And what happened when she came back to America? Obviously, the FBI said, hey, maybe we should go talk to this person. And they went and talked to her in my view, they should have arrested a right there.

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"william colby" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You were to seek a description of what it means to be a soldier scholar. You might well come across the image of tonight's guest. Lecturer in our continuing remnants lecture series, girl. Douglas master Yana was led troops in the Cold War incumbent. He's a gifted military planner has instructed at the army war college here in a PHD in history from the university of New Brunswick Chromos channels first book, Alvin York, a new biography of the hero. The Argonne was published in two thousand fourteen and it said that you conducted twelve years of research for the book, Rebecca probably knows to the day. How many days of research he'd put into that book? And he has stated that his interest is starting York began when he was a child after having viewed the movie sergeant York the Academy Award winning film in nineteen forty one. Starring Gary Cooper, his book. I'm sergeant York received the two thousand and fifteen. William Colby award from Norwich university. Most of us today. USA know someone pretty notable from Norwich university an award for a first published work of a military topic author. He also won the army historical foundation award the US army war college Madigan award in the two thousand and fifteen crater family book prize in American quite a distinguished accomplishment for a first book, his latest book comes to us at the centennial of the battle of which he writes, telling the stories of the soldiers, including the stories of the German soldiers who fought there. It's a timeless story with clear lessons for us today. Please welcome Douglas master Jato author of thunder in the are gone. A new history of America's greatest battle..

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"william colby" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"william colby" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Right Verner von Braun. Yeah. Was was a Nazi right? It was brought over to help implement the Saturn five rocket system. Yeah. That's correct. Yes. Operation paper clip was who is without a doubt real there's plenty of evidence that that was the case it was spearheaded by Allan got drafted. And anybody who calls that a conspiracy theory either is ignorant or needs to do their own research? So Kevin by putting this information out. Do you believe that there will be any movement to try to? Protect the people that are currently at this base to unearth, the the mustard gas to expose what Dulles had done with the with hemlock and car there. The the the on earth thing of. These hundreds of pistols that were used to assassinate Vietnamese citizens what or or do you believe that they're going to do everything in their power to try to sweep this under the rug and pretend that you never put this information out. And let's let's remind everyone that this was see genocide concealing that and bearing the actual assassination tools. You know? I I'll tell you, Dave. I've lost almost all faith in the intelligence oversight committee's, I documented with the CIA was doing it. I posted this actual document on for the love of freedom dot net in detail. I sent with the CIA was doing to the intelligence oversight committees. And absolutely nothing. Nothing was done. I sent it to every single one of them Dianne Feinstein was one Nancy Pelosi was another and never even answered the the evidence that I sent them. No, they had no intention of revealing the city American people first of all if the people were to find out which they are now. Now that this gross operation of genocide occurred in that these these pistols were buried the site there. There would be you would hope and international outrage the CIA would be called into question because it is covered this up it covered it up and the church committee claiming everything was classified which is its greatest weapon. I don't think that anybody's going to do anything about it. I obviously taken a risk to bring this out because the American people and my family to need to know this, but I've lost faith in the intelligence communities except for Devon Nunez. But outside of that now that the Democrats have taken over. I don't think anybody will do anything about it. That's why I'm putting this out for the public. So they know that it happened. They noted that it's there because I have no faith that congressman the intelligence committees are going to do anything. They just want this to go away and needless to say the bought off string fake media has never approached you on this either. Now, why would they bring me on big? I'd open up a huge can of worms, and and we did. A show on operation Mockingbird. The CI still has its connections into the mainstream media, primarily the Washington Post, and they're not going to cross the CIA at all folks. We're speaking with Kevin ship. I encourage you to go to his website for the love of freedom dot net. Kevin when you were employed at the CIA at one point, George H W Bush was the director of the CIA were you were you a officer the when he was the director. Yes, that was a protective agent on the seventh floor and I met him personally. Okay. George H W Bush has been linked to a fair amount of nefarious activities. Yes. Do you believe that do believe that he is? Absolutely. What activities would you link him to he H W Bush, despite the fact that he lied and denied it was a CI operative years before nineteen sixty three JFK was assassinated Zapata oil which was his front as she I officer. He he is a dark was a dark operator. That was that was drilled into the CIA going way way back for nineteen sixty three. And of course, a memo was finally revealed. They're located by fella named McBride where the FBI released a memo about the bay of pigs, and it mentioned that George Bush had been briefed about it and Bush claimed he he was not with the CIA at all at the time. And that was a lie. It goes all the way up to the CIA is cover up of JFK assassination were they put of all people Allen Dulles in charge of the commission who counseled all the people involved told them what to say what not to say who would testify and who wouldn't. And there's a great photograph out there. People can find it. William Colby testifying at the church comedian, and he wound up at the end starting to release things you see what happened to him. He was murdered. William colby. Also, a former director of the CIA had been speaking about some of the nefarious activities, correct? Right. Right. Right. And and Bill Colby one out. He was at his summer home. I believe and went out for wasn't it a little canoe ride. And next thing. You know, he drowned. Yes. And it was Colby was the first director to begin to bring some of these things out. There's a photograph of him testifying Bush sitting behind him, but this ominous look, but yes. Kobe was about to go to Washington. Sunday Monday, and is going to go to Washington for more testimony on the things he was releasing and he never showed up his wife found came in found a glass of wine on the counter is dinner, the radio playing his wallet everything everything was there. And he never came back. The police were called they did a sweep of the river where he was canoeing. And they found his canoe without him in it on a sandbank up the river just a little bit. But they never found his body it there was I think about one hundred divers and police scanning the river, they found the canoe. They found nothing in the river. And then eight days later, they found Colby's body next to the next to the canoe. There's no question in my mind that he was murdered. What do you believe they were worried that he was gonna come forward about? Well, he he puts himself out during the war commission. He was gonna come out with more of operation Phoenix. She was gonna come out with M K ultra things that Richard Helms who understand with a very evil man had done, and he was starting selectively to release all of these things I'm talking about to congress and to witness, and there was one final thing. That was that's really important. He had was was very beloved inside the CI. I had the honor of meeting and is a fine, man. And he some folks inside the CIA because of loyalty had released to William Colby overhead reconnaissance that showed that the Fed's fired first at during Waco, Texas, and he was he was going to produce those videotapes to congress. And then of course before he's able to do. So he was killed. It's also. My understanding that he had information about and you can tell me if I'm wrong in this on POW's that were left behind in Vietnam. That day. I do not know. Kevin. How can folks follow you? They can go to for the love.

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