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"militia army" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"militia army" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"No for going was determined to press on and capture Albany. A going to not have good intelligence of Stark's militia army, preparing to move against him, he did have more general information that the Americans were gathering. Had good reason to fear an attack from New England in his rear. He had planned to send a detachment of Gerbils to sack Manchester then moves south eventually reconnecting with the advancing main army near Albany. For going's hope was that the detachment would pacify the region collect tolls, volunteers, and also gathered much needed supplies and horses. Many of the German troops that were with progression were cavalry. They had come to America without horses hoping to become mounted troops when the opportunity presented itself. The army found itself in need of more horses to us as pack animals. This was a pretty audacious mission. Less than a thousand soldiers mostly Germans who did not speak English were marching out on more than two hundred Mile Round trip through the wilderness with very little intelligence about what face them. The leader of the German troops, and we're going second in command general. Von Rodeo thought this was a crazy amount to expect of his soldiers. After a few days of discussions, we're going reduce the scope of the march. To move on the depot at Bennington capture, horses and supplies there and recruit as many loyalists as they could before they rejoined Burgoyne army. To. Lead the rate on Bennington for going selected lieutenant colonel. Friedrich Bow. A German brunswicker officer who led a regiment of goons. Dragoon if you don't know, is a soldier that normally rides a horse, but unlike a Cavalry Soldier Tribune's tend to dismount before going into battle fighting without their horses and balanced case, his men had no horses at all. They were marching around with heavy boots and equipment designed for writing. Bowel hope to capture hundreds of horses in the Connecticut Valley to equip both his own men as well as for the army more generally. About was a career officer who had seen combat in seven years war. However he had no experience with wilderness fighting. And had never commanded more than a regimen. He, also spoke no English at all. For going also deployed with Bom, a few British regulars, as well as some of the remaining native American scouts that had remained with the army. Also with bow was Philip Skien the Tory militia officer, who had assured going that most of the region still held loyalist views and would rise up to support the army when they arrived. For going task skiing with raising local recruits and getting them to join local regiments in support of the king. On August ninth bow left Fort Edward. With, about six hundred and fifty soldiers, almost all German speaking whiskers and a few cannons. His men moved about eight miles down river to Fort Miller which the Americans had already abandoned. Their, he waited a day for the native American warriors and British regulars. Who would accompany them? When the regulars were not available, foul received another hundred Germans to supplement his detachment, he also collected several hundred local loyalist volunteers, either at Fort Miller, or over the next couple of days while marching. Movement though was slow. As I said the Germans were outfitted with heavy boots and long coats that were sweltering in the August heat. Because they still do not have enough horses. The soldiers had to carry much of their own supplies, the footpaths that they used made transporting carts or the artillery extremely difficult. As a result, the column made slow progress over the next few days among the civilians, a great many profess support for the king. Some of them joined the column as volunteers and scheme did his best at recruitment, many others after swearing, the oath of allegiance given documents, identifying them as loyalists and.

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"militia army" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"A try camera shot right left side of the screen and Steve day in the middle slot is Jay will on the on the right side is max Kellerman who is just clinging to this idea that Leonard a man who played nine games last season who quit on his team in San Antonio. If you listen to anybody who is not the quiet Leonard circle talking about someone who said San Antonio. I appreciate the time. I appreciate the loyalty I'm done because I'm hurt. And I'm playing for the next location that something to say what you want about Kobe Bryant Kobe would never do that. And I can say say what you want about Kobe Bryant because I have well, the first time I ever got a big swing in any radio seat on this campus. I believe Mike Greenberg was just running late legit had car. Trouble in the spring. Of whatever Kobe's last season. Was it sixteen spring of sixteen on that same night? I don't know if you guys are April April of two thousand sixteen it was wise last game. And it was the warriors going for win number seventy three. So there's a lot of history in that night. I think I think the warriors had the jazz. And I think or maybe Kobe had the jazz. I can't remember the jazz were involved. Whatever the case and they come over. I'm getting ready for sportscenter AM, and it's me, and I remember it was Kevin Gandhi as well. And he said he could you guys fill in for the first half hour of the show until until greenie gets here in this is six o'clock. And it's in the old Mike in my studio, and they come over, and they're like kind of an opinion, you can tell you wouldn't ask us if they didn't absolute if they're literally wasn't anyone else that they could ask? And we said sure, of course, and I'm I mean, come on. I don't get these swings. Who am I nobody does YM? Randy Scott, by the way, filling in for Stephen a Smith on the Stephen Smith show on ESPN radio. And I get in there and greenie or rather goal because they hey, you know. This is going on tonight. And Kobe lasted what do you what do you hope happens tonight for Kobe's last game? And I said why how he goes to for thirty from the field. I hope he gets six points. I hope the Lakers lose like I just up up up up and I take my shots. And I say, listen, I don't know who this Kobe is. But this isn't the guy that we grew up is in the Sassan. This is the feel good make friends despite the fact that he's already sort of established who he is. And it's not it's Huckabee likable aging veteran, you know, it's the Black Mamba. That's who. That's who fans. Appreciate I don't know who this guy is is shelve himself all that stuff. And of course, we know what he does. He goes for a wreck he'd go for sixty that night fifty six I mean, it was I could not have been proven Moran. But all day all day in picture, how rabid and active the Kobe fans and Kobe stands and Kobe militia army imagine how aggressive they were when he was still playing when he was still playing. So all day. I got what max Kellerman is getting today only max has a much larger platform is a much. A larger presence. And so when you see max Kellerman trending on Twitter today, you know, that that's the one fan base despite Kobe being three years retired..

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"militia army" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"And disarmament releases an annual report tracking arm sales. The most recent duration was published yesterday and shows that although the United States keeps the top spot. Russia is no fuss catching up as it. Surpasses? The United Kingdom in global weapons trade will joined by Robert thugs who is the London Evening. Standard defense editor house. The station arrived at what are the calculations based on. Go to get because there's a big gap. It all this because of the fifth-biggest world exporter of armaments is China. But chatty figures as sippy admits of very very hard to come across. It's all kinds of things because the we're deals which the Britzko in full, for example, open license deals. Which have become particularly controversial with regard to sales to Yemen because that's constantly topping up resupply. In terms of maintenance contracts for aircraft, like the the two British was tornados typhoons British have sold to Saudi Arabia, but above old munitions and smart munitions is quite hard to together. Sorry, Russia isn't catching up. I the American sale is two hundred twenty billion plus all round good services software. Intellectual property in defense. He Russia is thirty seven billion and the Brits. But his have stepped onto third place. I'm sure it's not a particular point of rejoicing is thirty five billion. It's way way behind the US defense budget is the seven below them all put together and more. So granted Russia. Russia may not be. Yes. Not snapping on the US hills. Perhaps. However, it has increased what's behind that increase whether quite a few things because. Number one that Putin has pushed very very hard to increase defense sales because sort of complicated defense sales have gone up last year that's twenty seventeen from Russia. The defense budget has come down because. Sanctions primarily have been biting. Why have the Russian sales gone up? Well, particularly it's Syria, of course, which we know and around Syria at his been successful in selling particular defense systems, which we've heard a lot about in the news the three hundred and then the four hundred which they have sold woopsie to an NATO ally Turkey, and one of the things that really is interesting in one of the most interesting points in the separate report is how regional powers like Turkey are coming up very very much in the arms. Nomin business in Turkey earn one. Who said he wants to build a sufferin powerful defense industry Turkey looks if he's doing it, and I suppose that Syria access shop window for Russia. Yes. But Russia has got to keep going. It's a bit like a hamster. I will because it's got to keep its influence with Assad which is waning because I signed in terms of military muscle, which isn't just bombs and bullets planes. But it's boots on the ground is turning more and more to Iran. I've just come back from Jordan where I've been in refugee comes and talking to refugees but talking to analysts both Jordanian and from western embassies. And the interesting thing is that they all agree that the Russian influence is declining of asset because what asset has managed to do in connivance with Iran, which is another powerful defense build particularly through the revolution regard is managed to clone. Hezbollah. So you have to hazardous you have and you now have the indigenous Syrian has and an informal, but extensive militia army largely Shia not save. Does which is the big thing of about one hundred thousand? So the on sales is a huge ingredient in all this. But where you buy your rooms from when wear and high his very is very very interesting because India is also coming up as a begums. Export not particularly present in the Gulf in the moment. But it's a ramp up. But the big crisis part, I think that will come out particularly separate of things is American UK and French arms exports to Saudi for use in Yemen. I mean, the the the ongoing row, of course, about Jamal Khashoggi the journalists that was and the potential suspension of sales to Saudi Arabia that's going to mess with the figures, surely one of the something that. If you if you look at the big four or five companies, I three American, but curiously number four is we're right up there as a heavy slugger is be a systems and bay which is largely British base in no ass- presence in the United States. But go to Sean Jay and the whole story of Yemen. Very quickly Yemen is costing Saudi Arabia far more than they ever imagined..

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"militia army" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"How many were riding how many tens of thousands were riding and what was their purpose and who told them to do it matt and who told them the hide their guns and knives under their clothes matt and what was their mission to kidnap how about those tunnels matt how about the money pouring into this militia army from iran and turkey and the muslim brotherhood matt did you mention that hamas a terrorist group mat did you mentioned that they train their little children to be suicide bombers matt they've been doing that for now for decades not a word nothing did you mention math that the israelis are not trying to cross the border to gaza but that hamas ordered its people to cross the border in israel have you also mentioned that they do this every may fourteenth or fifteenth mac have you mentioned that israel faces a hundred and fifty thousand missiles matt go ahead the border with israel these were hardly the kind of weapons that could frighten any israeli soldier who were armed paper rifles and who later on this afternoon we're using artillery to fire not only near some of the hamas locations that they had identified but even near us one hundred meters now they were shooting artillery to try and scare matt can't you tell the truth me and my team this afternoon we were nearly hit by some artillery so it's kind of hard to imagine how these is rarely troops could have been threatened by a lot of these young people who were really not peacefully demonstrating peacefully by the by comparison to the israeli soldiers and indeed no israeli soldier has been killed and nearly one hundred palestinians have died in the past seven weeks protesting protests little language well now you israeli soldiers you gotta sacrifice a few of them you know if we could get twenty or thirty kill now win satisfy matt bradley it's still be one hundred to twenty or thirty but that would help with the pr with msnbc this report is blood on his hands too he's doing exactly what hamas wants him to do and he's doing jessica stone peter alexander this is what hamas i didn't invent this this is what they've told their people this is what they've said then we have eddie somebody rather professor princeton university on msnbc cut four go while donald trump is doing this and may.

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"militia army" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"How many were rioting how many tens of thousands were riding and what was their purpose and who told them to do it matt and who told them to hide their guns and knives under their clothes matt and what was their mission to kidnap how about those tunnels matt how about the money pouring into this militia army from iran and turkey and the muslim brotherhood mac did you mentioned that hamas a terrorist group you mentioned that they train their little children to be suicide bombers matt and they've been doing that for now for decades now word nothing did you mention math at these rallies are not trying to cross the border to gaza but that hamas ordered its people to cross the border in israel have you also mentioned that they do this every may fourteenth or fifteenth mac have you mentioned that israel faces a hundred and fifty thousand missiles matt go ahead the border with israel but these were hardly the kind of weapons that could frighten any israeli soldier who were armed paper rifles and who later on this afternoon we're using artillery to fire not only near some of the hamas locations that they had identified but even near us one hundred meters now they were shooting artillery to try and scare matt kit you tell the truth go ahead me and my team this afternoon we were nearly hit by some artillery so it's kind of hard to imagine how these is really troops could have been threatened by a lot of these young people who were really not peacefully demonstrating peacefully by the by comparison to the israeli soldiers and indeed no israeli soldier has been killed and nearly one hundred palestinians have died in the past seven weeks of protesting protests listen to the.

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"militia army" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"How many were riding how many tens of thousands were riding what was their purpose and told them to do it matt and who told them to hide their guns and knives under their clothes matt and what was their mission to kidnap how about those tunnels matt how about the money pouring into this militia army from iran and turkey and the muslim brotherhood mac did you mention that hamas a terrorist group mat did you mention that they train their little children to be suicide bombers matt they've been doing that for now for decades not a word nothing did you mention matt that the israelis are not trying to cross the border to gaza but that hamas ordered its people to cross the border in israel have you also mentioned that they do this every may fourteenth or fifteenth mac have you mentioned that israel faces a hundred and fifty thousand missiles mac go ahead the border with israel but these were hardly the kind of weapons that could frighten any israeli soldier who were armed paper rifles and who later on this afternoon we're using artillery to fire not only near some of the hamas locations that they had identified but even near us one hundred meters now they were shooting artillery to try and scare the matt kit you tell the truth go ahead me and my team this afternoon we were nearly hit by some artillery so it's kind of hard to imagine how these is really troops could have been threatened by a lot of these young people who were really not peacefully demonstrating peacefully by the by comparison to these really soldiers and indeed no israeli soldier has been killed and nearly one hundred palestinians have died in the past seven weeks of protesting protests listen to the language well now you israeli soldiers you gotta sacrifice few of them you know if we could get twenty or thirty kill now win satisfy matt bradley it still be one hundred to twenty or thirty but that would help with the pr with msnbc this report is blood on his hands too he's doing exactly what hamas wants him to do and he's doing jessica stone peter alexander this is what hamas i didn't invent this this is what they've told their people this is what they've said then we have.

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"militia army" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The long term question maybe about the peace process in the short term the fear is violence protests have been mounting and in the past in this region they've sometimes spiraled out of control there's one less active fisher at hawaii's erupting kill away of volcano steve brantley is with the us geological survey's hawaiian volcano observatory yesterday's is sure seventeen didn't actually erupt in lava it was just apparently very vigorous steaming and get de gassing fisher and so were labeling this morning's fisher on number seventeen today's fisher has led to new calls to evacuate the area the trump administration is pushing ahead on us withdrawal from the iran nuclear deal cbs as errol barnett national security adviser john bolton warned european allies of potential us sanctions as punishment for continued cooperation with iran on the conduct of other governments on services committee member senator lindsey graham supports the administration's efforts but wants to see congress involved and more longterm planning when it comes to containing are on on the ground in syria and other places we don't have much of a strategy votes are being counted in iraq's parliamentary election and shiite cleric mocatta l solder is leading in the polls cbs news military analyst mike lyon outside our has a long history with the us as an antagonistic and he was considered somewhat extreme he was responsible for and militia army that likely was targeting american soldiers as they were looking to keep baghdad secure the white house says the us stands in solidarity with the french people after the knife attack in paris police are questioning the parents and a friend of the twenty year old assailant in an effort to understand why he attacked random passersby twelve virus prosecutor false will malone says it's clear this was a terror attack the isis news agency today released a video apparently showing asimov pledging allegiance to the group elaine cobb cbs news paris this is cbs news during small business month dell is offering up to forty percents off select pc's with eighth gen intel core processors call eight seven seven.

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"militia army" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Shiite i think that in a witty way was gives you a good idea where we are now it certainly in the gulf that they view iran as their primary threat and they recognize that israel on this issue is on their side now lebron the defense minister said this morning quote we hit almost all ronnie and infrastructure in syria now that doesn't say anything about lebanon and rule mark if they take out just the iranian infrastructure in syria are they any safer well they're obviously more safe but is that a long term strategy just insist that syria be demilitarized coulds forces but ignore their presence in lebanon well i wanna i i say no i mean they still have a huge problem lebanon given the number of missiles that are there i mean the estimates are upwards of over a hundred thousand perhaps a hundred fifty thousand conventional missiles have now been bilger transferred to lebanon but i don't think the israelis actually have demolished iranian infrastructure a good thing to look is happy israelis attempted to enter dicked the flights from iran and iraq caring either revolutionary guard corps forces or the shiite militia armies that iran has now raised the answer to that is they have not as long as those flights continue i think the israelis are in a losing situation in syria they can strike at basis where they can clearly see through satellite reconnaissance that they're building missiles but right now i would say the israelis are not very difficult position i don't know if they have the military capacity to handle the iranians syria expand on that military capacity you mean just just the number of of planes and artillery at groups.

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"militia army" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Oh always had the knack to be at the right place at the right time he he had a hard scrabble childhood he was born in boston to a family his father went bankrupt and abandoned the family when before henry was ten years old but he got an apprenticeship at a bookshop and and he came this ferocious reader had this craving for knowledge and and when he was twenty one he opened his his own bookstore and he continued to read and especially in military science so he was very interested in our tillery he was very interested in engineering with regard to military fortifications and so he was really self educated he had very little formal education but through reading and his craving for knowledge he he taught himself then when the after lexington and concord he he left boston and joined the gathering colonial militia army and two days after washington arrived in cambridge knox fortuitous we ran into washington and washington inspected some of the fortifications knox was helping to build and was very impressed and i think he took a measure of knocks at that point in time and and really got a sense of his ambition and and his ability especially his abilities in in military science i never get tired of hearing that story of how knox moved all those tannin's through the winter to boston i i want you to tell me the story again yeah that's the the famous trek from fort ticonderoga to back to boston yes henry was tasked in november of seventeen seventy five with bringing about sixty captured british cannon from fort ticonderoga which had been captured earlier in that year and and he had to move those very heavy cannon through the debt of winter and he moved them down and cross the hudson valley and then through the snow covered berkshire mountains and he and his men built forty two sleds upon which to to pull those those cannons and it's really one of.

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"militia army" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"That initial strategic option they had this then people in on the ground to figure out what was going on what this enemy al qaeda was uh what the taliban were you know they're there wasn't an existing uh military plan and guys i had to be sending on the ground to figure that out how how long does that take market who can you describe that place while from the time uh our our team within thirty uh we had about three weeks and we managed to raise an entire militia army bringing several local ethnic factions together uh along with other special forces teams we raise the militia army of over five thousand fighters they were already prior to nine eleven in active armed resistance against the taliban and alqaeda that had taken over their country and impose harsh for real law um but so incredibly we managed to liberate the key city of northern uh in northern afghanistan called mazar east race while the over half a million population and without momentum liberated six northern provinces with about three suffer forces team dedicated to that effort with a handful of other teams uh in other parts of the country working with other identify both leaders you know mark um a lot of people are a hearing this obviously for the first time this is all classified this is recently declassified so that we can understand of what happened because uh people thought that we should have immediately gone into afghanistan the fact the matter is we did they just didn't know about it so were you surprised at we know 'cause it's one thing to do some training have some basic intel but you go to the ground in your at the ground level and you know to find people that are supporting the cause on on the us side this must have been encouraging for them at the local level there in afghanistan policy for the local group that had been in touch a desperate situation fighting the taliban and alqaeda you know they they were essentially survivors anyone that could lead uh many of the groups and families had fled into the rugged mountain though have in the presence of american soldiers then intelligence operatives there on the ground with them you know demonstrated the commitment of the.

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"militia army" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on WGTK

"And that and how encouraging it was two americans back home and how many how many taliban and alqaeda fighters were up against you well we uh we decimated and defeated the taliban field army of the north uh some some department of defense case studies uh afterwards estimate with our air strikes and everything the intel reports we had uh believes that we uh destroyed over five thousand of the enemy uh we liberated some fifty or more villages destroyed hundreds of armored personnel carriers and tanks uh we did die with the aerial mites of the us air force naval and marine corps aviators that were in this incredible aerial ballet above uh flying you know and being ten to sixteen hours in the cockpit on those missions to provide support uh almost day and every day and night not just to my stuff the forces team but those that came in to support our growing militia army but then also uh the other special forces deeds that were also part is task force dagger and were scattered around other parts of afghanistan working with local commanders and militia partners in those areas encouraging them also to rise up against the taliban and a few short months we manage to uh you know send alqaeda on the run and uh eliminated the taliban government which was an amazing achievement you've been back to afghanistan had jim i've been back several times uh and it came as well as yep it can you confirm from folks it's not perfect it's got a long way to go but it really is different from the ask ghanistan that you helped to liberate i believe so i i think some afghans many of the afghans i've worked with we'll tell you they are much better off now uh they have a chance said a brighter future uh without this this islamic extremism uh they have you know the education system has been developed is underway and being developed they have better medical care than they had today there's millions of uh boys and girls going to school now they have the choice uh and these people are are working to carve out a lives in and support their families economically uh that's uh uh a new uh i've us special forces by the way winter the bronze star for his heroism in afghanistan uh god bless you sir and thank you for your service we'll be right back with some of your calls about.

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"militia army" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"Then i was in paris i got it called one day the will of our see so i said okay if i have the la z we are going to see a final expert witness not asked who got involved in iran's revolutionary movement when he was studying abroad as a young now i was in a room routine larvae three of his aides and sitting on the ground as is there kessler and looking at his eyes what the ayatollah how to say surprised him he said no you should not correct and i was first surprise i thought that he wanted us to go away why do you say there he said that because of evolution is not the devolution is about the whole reach the whole immediately no does put this to the back of his mind and to think about it again until years later when he got a job in the us at the department of defense advising on iran's foreign policy all for years i was there vent your work on the halls of pentagon you'll still get some goosebumps while there he saw that the revolutionary god was becoming active across the middle east just as the ayatollah had foretold the god it set up a special branch that operates abroad the cuts force which the us has since designated a supporter of terrorism outside you rhonda have organized some two hundred thousand shia youth i trust the released long process of recruiting to make sure that there are loyal to the ideals of ukrainian islamic revolution to the idea of reliability if i've ev she's the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader why all they so effective at recruiting 'cause i'm trying to work out how they convince seventy young people and different countries to swear allegiance to the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader lot of discrimination as a she is fully thickly economically in all spheres of life so they use that their anger to recruit she asked for the cars and there are a lot of young men in the middle east looking for a job training for the new recruits is intense they send him dreaver are to be trained in the very of war using evans explosive even invalids think missiles tactical missiles cruise missiles once trained they're armed you're getting his says that this is not the guy tag militia army this is a very organized extremely trained by elie by knowledge and experience and equipped with.

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"militia army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nowadays put this to the back of his mind and to think about it again until years later when he got a job in the us the department of defense advising on iran's foreign policy all four years i was there then you've worked on the halls of pentagon you're still get some goosebumps while there he saw that the revolutionary guard was it's becoming active across the middle east just as the ayatollah had foretold the god it set up a special branch that operates abroad the cuts force which the us has since designated a supporter of terrorism upside youande have organized some two hundred thousand she youth i trust the released is there long process of recruiting to make sure that there are loyal to the idea of wgn islamic revolution to the idea that i that i have the ferry which is the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader why are they so effective at recruiting 'cause i'm trying to work out how they convince so many young people and different countries to swear allegiance to the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader a lot of discrimination as a shares for the thickly economically in all spheres of life so they used that anger to recruit she has for the cars and there are lots of young men in the middle east looking for a job training for the new recruits is intense selim threerun to be trained in the very of war using evans explosive iranian ballistic missiles tactical missiles cruise missiles once trained they're armed you're getting a says that this is not tag your militia army this is a very organized extremely trained by elie by knowledge and experience and equipped with the latest rivers and that's the revolutionary guards blunt force it has an air force and navy too i came to have turned into the star strongest force in the middle east with exception probably of these raids every single friday have got involved in in the past five or six years in haiti rogge or syria they have come up as one of the main forces that saved by dr from isis how did they do that broader measure numbers and in iraq as in iran the.

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"militia army" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on The Inquiry

"All they so effective at recruiting come on trying to work out how they convince so many young people in different countries to swear allegiance to the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader a lot of discrimination as a shares for the thickly economically in all spheres of life so they use that anger to recruit she has for the cars and there are a lot of young men in the middle east looking for a job training for the new recruits is intense they send them three ron to be trained in the very of war using bevins' explosive even invalids think missiles tactical missiles cruise missiles once trained they're armed you are getting his says that this is not drag tag militia army this is a very organized extremely trained vitally knowledgeable and experience and equipped with the latest veterans and that's the revolutionary guards blunt force it has an airforce and navy to our team to have turned into the strongest force in the middle east with the exception probably of these raids every single fight they have got involved in in the past five or six years many the rogge or syria have come up has been one of the main forces that saved the by dr from isis how did they do that broader measure numbers and in iraq as in iran the revolutionary guards influence reaches beyond the battlefield it's opened offices there which he uses headquarters for local iraqi political parties the shia groups that are loyal to which worse are going to field a number of candidates for the upcoming two thousand eighteen election's parliamentary elections so the hope they win they get a majority in iraqi parliament the revolutionary guard once the next iraqi prime minister to be someone who's more proiran according to not ask louie.

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"militia army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now nowadays put this to the back of his mind and to think about it again until years later when he got a job in the us the department of defense advising on iran's foreign policy all for years are as there then you've work on the halls of pentagon you're still get some goosebumps while there he saw that the revolutionary guard was becoming active across the middle east just as the ayatollah had foretold the god it set up a special branch that operates abroad the cuts force which the us has since designated a supporter of terrorism outside you rhonda have organized some two hundred thousand shia youth i've trusted released is there long process of recruiting to make sure that there are loyal to the ideals of ukrainian islamic revolution to the idea of a rival iif if it is the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader why are they so effective at recruiting 'cause i'm trying to work out how they convince semi young people and different countries to swear allegiance to the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader a lot of discrimination as a shares for electrically economically in all spheres of life so they used that anger to recruit she has for the cars on there are a of young men in in the middle east looking for a job training for the new recruits is intense send him three rod to be trained in the veil of war using reverence explosive even invalids thick missiles tactical missiles cruise missiles once trained they're armed you're getting a says that this is not the guy tag tagging militia army this is a very organized extremely train vitally.

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"militia army" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The halls of pentagon you're still get some goosebumps while there he saw that the revolutionary guard was becoming active across the middle east just as the ayatollah had foretold the god it set up a special branch that operates abroad the cuts force which the us has since designated a supporter of terrorism at sergey rhonda have organized some two hundred thousand shia youth i've trusted released long process of recruiting to make sure that there are loyal to the ideals of ukrainian islamic revolution to the idea of a rival iflb which is the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader why all they so affected at recruiting 'cause i'm trying to work out how they can then so many young people and different countries to swear allegiance to the supremacy of the iranian supreme leader a lot of discrimination of the as a shares for the thickly economically in all spheres of life so they used that their anger to recruit she has for the cars and there are a lot of young men in the middle east looking for a job training for the new recruits is intense they send them three ron to be trained in the va of war using weapons explosives even invalids think missiles tactical missiles cruise missiles once trained they're all you are getting his says that this is not the guy militia army this is a very organized extremely train vitally by knowledge and experience and equipped with the latest veterans and that's the revolutionary guards blunt force it has an airforce and navy too i think they have journey into australia's force india middle east with the exception probably of these dreams every single fight they have got involved in in the past five or six years in haiti rogge or syria they have come up as one of the main forces that saved the bag dr from isis how did they do them broader measure numbers and in iraq as in iran the revolutionary guards influence reaches beyond the battlefield it's opened offices there which he uses headquarters for local iraqi political parties the shia groups that are loyal to which worse are going to feel a number of candidates for the upcoming two thousand eighteen election's parliamentary elections so they hope they win they get a majority in iraqi parliament the revolutionary guard once the next iraqi prime minister to be someone who's more proiran according to not asking me what would you say.

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"militia army" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"militia army" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The case but everybody's campaigning there because the who controls most so could well determine what their reaction iraq lives in the future syria malcolm there an offensive underway it raka the uae pg that's the kurds i supported by the americans up front supported by the americans are reported to be in the old city of rock isis is fighting and resistance the way they did muscle although large of elephants of isis are also reported to have withdrawn from the battlefield is the assad regime strengthen by this is this a benefits the assad regime which would be counterproductive for the americans oh i think it is i think the the the the at the new offensive in the villages in east sway the pruitt which is in southern syria which was an airy interesting the the suburban area a was left open in left out of the ceasefire agreement and the syrian army moved in they took twenty villages uh all ready and this was southwest said this could have rocket is central eastern syria is yes and this is southern syria uh and this it we know that the the uh the buffers quite right now we don't see any errand fire but there's a lot of concern that we see the oronte and build up and the uh the question is how will this a play out what what will be done how the russians and others the uh uh will will lead to deal with in how the the balance in because you you have the groups that were identified by the us treasury as as being terrorist organization syrian a groups uh and and yet they're playing a role here the the concern of israel obviously is for the golan heights and the jordan border and they had put out clear messages are reports even that israel is working with some elements in syria to create a their own syrian group that militia army that would the guard the the border area because it's in their interest in and in is israel's interests to as well but the the the the the.

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