Get ready for an explosive episode of Adam's Archive, where host Austin Adams tackles some of the most jaw-dropping and contentious global stories of our time. The episode blasts off with Elon Musk's unexpected venture into Israeli politics and his intriguing pact with Netanyahu. The plot thickens with President Biden's contentious Hamas apology, stirring up a political storm. In a shocking health expose, a former White House doctor spills alarming details about Joe Biden's well-being. Austin then dives into the Orwellian world of the Department of Justice's massive data collection from Trump-related Twitter activities. Brace yourself as the episode unveils a mysterious and potentially catastrophic new illness sweeping through China, triggering flashbacks of the pandemic's early days. The climax hits with the dramatic OpenAI saga, revealing Sam Altman's surprising reinstatement and Elon Musk's cryptic warnings about a secret AI program. Don't miss out on this episode of Adam's Archive, packed with Austin's unfiltered analysis and bold perspectives. All the links: https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Substack: https://austinadams.substack.com ----more---- Full Transcription Hello, you beautiful people, and welcome to the Adam's Archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we are going to be jumping into several current events, including Elon Musk visiting Israel. Not only that, but having a discussion with Netanyahu, personally walking through some of the areas of the war and destruction that happened there, as well as coming to a Somewhat surprising agreement with him, which we will discuss first, then we will walk through the next discussion, which also has to do with Israel and Hamas, which is that Biden is apologizing for something that he said more recently about questioning Hamas. So we'll talk about. After that, we'll jump into a former White House doctor, one that served under Bush, Trump, as well as Barack Obama, coming out with some pretty serious warnings about Joe Biden's health. Then we will jump into the Department of Justice collecting some really serious information about basically every single person who interacted with anything about Joe Biden. With about Trump on Twitter, following that into a discussion around a new, a new sickness, or at least. A serious sickness that's causing waves in China right now. And if that sounds familiar and alarms you, it probably should, but the U S is now sounding the alarm after a new Chinese pneumonia outbreak raises serious health concerns, PTSD, anybody. And then we will talk about an update. So last week, uh, the last episode, I talked about the situation with Chachaputi, OpenAI, Sam Altman, um, and all of the employees there and this crazy wild story that finally came ahead and one hour after, just one hour, one hour after my podcast, it was like two in the morning when they reinstated Sam Altman, completely got rid of the entire board. But that raised some even weirder questions, something I raised originally, but I'm starting to get the full picture now. And Elon Musk posted something that was said Q Anon with a star between Q and Anon, but it was actually about open AI and potentially AGI or artificial general intelligence and his concerns around a secret program. Within OpenAI, all of that and more. But first I need you to hit that subscribe, but button, I need you to leave a five star review. Go hit that five star button on Apple Podcasts, subscribe on YouTube. You can watch all of the episodes directly on YouTube. I'll now be posting all of the topic clips individually there as well. Um, so make sure you follow on YouTube, the Adams. archive, you can find me there and watch along, you can see my beautiful face, uh, see the articles that we're talking through together. Uh, so make sure you head over there, do that, follow, subscribe, leave a five star review. That's honestly the best thing that you can do at this point to help out is just leave a five star review on Apple podcasts. Okay. It takes two minutes out of your day. It gives you some of that good belly feelings in your gut just for helping out. All right. I appreciate you guys. Thank you so much for listening. Let's. Jump into it, the Adams archive. All right. The very first thing that we are going to discuss today is going to be that Elon Musk met with Netanyahu. In Israel, not only that, but he also walked around Israel looking at all of the, uh, after effects of some of the war that happened there in this article says Israel tells Elon Musk Starlink can only operate in Gaza with a It's approval. So now Elon Musk, after putting up Starlink in Ukraine, after putting up Starlink over Gaza, after being the savior to all of these, um, citizens, when there's a war breaking out and the commanding force shuts off their access to the internet to do God knows what now he's given in. So Netanyahu is going to be telling Elon Musk, whether he can or cannot. Activate their internet with Starlink. So this article says Israel tells Elon Musk, Starlink can only operate in Gaza with its approval says entrepreneur meets country's leaders amid fervor over alleged antisemitism on his social platinum or platform X. I'm not sure that's what it was exactly about, but it says Israel has told Starlink satellite network will only be allowed to operate in Gaza with its approval as the entrepreneur met with country's leaders amid a furor, furor, f u r o r e over alleged antisemitism on his social platform X. The world's richest man declared that last month that his satellite internet service Starlink would support connectivity to internationally recognized. Aid organizations in Gaza seems like a good thing to do, right? If there's a massive war going on and one of the sides decides to shut off all access to the internet, you know, not only does it do that, but it cuts off their messaging between people. Uh, in families locally, it cuts off their access to the outside world, so they can't post videos of things that are going on there, I don't know, by maybe some organization that's dropping bombs on them or doing terrible things to them, or, I don't know, just everyday things, right? Phone connectivity, internet, work, all of that stops. When you can't access the internet. So originally what happened is Elon Musk came in just like he did in Ukraine and said, okay, you guys can battle this out, but you're not going to eliminate one person's access to the world. So he has Starlink. And if you don't know anything about Starlink, it's basically satellites. I'm pretty sure Elon Musk has more satellites than any. Now, something like that, but a Starlink, uh, is a way that he can turn on and turn off access to wifi and the internet for anybody in the world, basically at any given time, just by utilizing his satellites. And so it says the world's richest man declared late last night that his satellite internet service Starlink would support connectivity to internationally recognized aid organizations in Gaza, which has suffered lengthy blackouts under. Israel's bombardment. But on Monday, Israeli communication minister, Shlomo Kari posted on X that the entrepreneur had reached a principal understanding with the ministry and has said now that Starlink units can only be operated. In Israel with the approval of the Israeli minister or ministry of communication, including the Gaza strip. Now, what that saying is that you have to listen to the words carefully and read between the lines here. It says Starlink satellite units can only operate, be operated in Israel, in Israel. Okay. With the approval of the Israeli ministry of communications, including. Which means that within this tweet itself, they were already claiming ownership to Gaza. Already saying that that is our territory. Already saying that that is a part of Israel. And we'll go ahead and we'll watch some videos here shortly. Uh, where there's some pretty interesting conversations by one of my fans. favorite political commentators, uh, and, um, he, he kind of discussed the background of Israel, the background of the Ottoman empire and Palestine and, uh, all of the, the things that kind of led up to this disputed territory, which I found to be really interesting. So we'll pull that up in just a minute and listen to that. Um, but it goes on to say that Musk has not yet publicly confirmed any deal. The SpaceX and Tesla chief executive is visiting the Jewish state for the first time since Hamas October 7th assault on southern Israel, which killed 1, 200 people and triggered a war between Israel and the militant group, this says. Israel's ferocious retaliatory bombardment and siege of the Strip has continued or created a humanitarian crisis, killing more than 13, 300 people and led to prolonged blackouts. These have obstructed rescue efforts, notably by preventing ambulances from reaching, or from locating wounded people. Now the interesting thing about that is like, they want to say that it's not controlled by Israel, but then they can cut off their water, they can cut off their electricity, they can cut off their access to internet. What about that says that you're not controlled by somebody? Because it seems to me that if somebody has access to, you know... You're to shut off your water. If somebody can shut off your electricity, if somebody can shut off your ability to drive on roads, if somebody can shut off your ability to access the internet or the world, it seems like that's pretty much control, right? And they want to say that it's not controlled by Israel already. Uh, but it doesn't exactly seem to be the case. It seems pretty well controlled. After appearing to endorse an anti Semitic conspiracy theory in which a white house Spokesperson said was abhorrent Musk has been forced to defend himself from changes or from charges of discrimination. Wow, I can't read today. Nothing could be further from the truth. He said, an acts I wish only for the best for humanity. I wonder what this conspiracy theory could have been. A video released by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office showed Musk wearing a flag jacket as he toured burnt out homes. Uh, a far Aussie, a kibbutz devastated by the militant group's assault, taking pictures on his mobile phone. Actions speak louder than words, Musk posted cryptically on X after the visit. Musk's initial commitment to enable Starlink in Gaza was followed by telecommunications blackouts in the enclave sparked. Uh, which sparked a spat by the Israeli government, which argued with the connectivity would be used by Hamas for terrorist activities. Yeah, just like basically everything and anything they ever want to stop as a government, they can just say is, oh, used for terrorist activities, right? Like, anybody who, as we'll find out later, followed Donald Trump is now on a list somewhere. Liked any of his tweets, retweeted any of his tweets, any single person who did that on Twitter is now on a list from the Department of Justice. Anybody who was there on January 6th? protesting, whether they walked into the Capitol and got a museum tour by the local police or not is now on some terrorist watch list, right? They can say whatever they want. That's the hard thing with like language and the way that what language can be weaponized, right? Go Back in read 1984, right? When, when you can take a singular word like terrorist and start to apply it to anything and anything that doesn't agree with the government's narrative, that becomes a huge issue, right? Just like when, when all the liberals were calling everybody Nazis. It just loses its venom after so long. So like when, yeah, I agree. Hamas, what they did was an act of terrorism, obviously terrible. Don't do that. But when you start saying that the people that were walking through the Capitol on January 6th were also domestic terrorists. It's just factually incorrect, right? You can't, you can't, every time you use that word in a way that it's not meant to be used or a way that is not legitimate, it loses its sting, right? So, so when you say that, Oh, you know, we're, we're putting up all these cameras on highways to To stop terrorism. We're doing it to stop mass shooters. We're doing it to stop violent criminals, right? Well, we talked about in our last episode, you know, all the cameras that are going up on every single highway in America, you know, we're doing it for your safety. Like, don't worry about us. We would never spy on you. We would never follow and track you and see where you're going. We would never do that. It's just for those bad guys over there that, you know, you don't, don't agree with our opinions on politics. It's, you know, all of the, the terrorism talk that's happened domestically has just really, really, uh, caused the venom of that word to, to, to be questioned. Right, so it says Starlink, part of Musk's rockets, uh, Starlink, part of Musk's rockets and satellite company SpaceX, uses a constellation of Earth orbiting satellites to beam internet connectivity into places where traditional access to the web is denied. difficult. Musk has provided Starlink equipment to Ukraine's frontline with Russia. The Starlink signal is received through small satellite dishes called terminals. But Musk said in October that no terminals have actually attempted to connect from the besieged Gaza. And so I was on board with that. I'm on board with that. 100%. I don't think that I think that in today's age, when we can give access to these things, I believe that it's absolutely something that everybody should have access to. If you have the ability to beam it onto the earth, which apparently we do, why wouldn't we want Anybody and everybody in the country to or in the world to have access to that, right? You should it gives you access to the ability to Conduct work it gives you access to the ability to communicate worldwide to be in the know of what's happening Right to know literally everything it should be basically a right that you have internet today now maybe you should pay for it if you're in a place that you know like the United States where you can Have a job and be a functioning member of society, but maybe eventually not like, but why should we have to pay for internet? Why isn't it just considered a, you know, utility bill at some point? But anyways, I digress. Here we go. Um, the article continues on and says, let's see if we can get this to be Full screen here, and says that, uh, Musk's visit to Israel coincides with the last day of the four day pause in hostilities and comes as advertisers pile pressure on X over a rise in anti Semitism on the platform after appearing to endorse an anti Semitic conspiracy theory, which a White House spokesperson said. Let's see if we can find that out. Uh, let's see. Musk tweet anti Semitic. That should be easy enough. Conspiracy tweet. Let's see what comes up for that. It says, This comes from CNN. com, so it should be a good one. Uh, here we go. It says Elon Musk has publicly endorsed an anti Semitic conspiracy theory, popular among white supremacists, this says on CNN, that Jewish communities push hatred against whites. That kind of overt thumbs up to an anti Semitic post shocked even some of Musk's critics, who have long called him out for using racist and otherwise bigoted dog whistles on Twitter, known as X. It was the multi billionaire's most explicit public statement yet endorsing anti Jewish views. Let's see, uh, it says that Jewish communities, Musk has, was responding to a post Wednesday that said Jewish communities have been pushing the exact kind of dialectic, dialectical hatred against whites that they claim to want people to stop using against them. The post has also referenced hordes of minorities flooding Western countries, a popular anti Semitic conspiracy theory. What is anti semitic about hordes of minorities flooding western countries? Seems to be factual when you're talking about the southern border. I just wanted to see if I could see the tweet, but apparently they're not going to link it here because they're afraid you'll actually read into it and see if this is it. Nope. Hmm. So, doesn't sound exact The way that they can twist somebody's words and say, oh, they're they push hatred against white people, which you know, you follow the money in a lot of these places may be factually true. But anyways, um, it says nothing could be further from the truth, he said on Next. A video released by Prime Minister Netanyahu's office showed Musk wearing a flak jacket. Just discuss that. Actions speak louder than words. Discuss that. Discuss what Starlink is. The Starlink signal is received through small satellite dishes called terminals. But Musk said in October that no terminals had actually been attempted to connect from besieged Gaza. And Israel controls the movement of goods into the coastal enclave. During the seven week war, Israel has, at times, reportedly cut communications to the Strip. I wonder why they would do that. Hmm. And I think that ceasefire is gone now, isn't it? All right, moving on, Biden reportedly offers an apology to Muslim American leaders for questioning the Hamas death toll. We talked about this last time where Biden was saying that he did not agree with the death toll coming from Palestinian health organizations. And now he's walking back those statements because obviously there's been a tremendous amount of death, a tremendous amount of, uh, question or, um, of. Bombs that have been dropped in Palestine, a tremendous amount of men, women, and children that have died as a result of the actions of Israel. Factual. Go, I don't know, fly a drone over there. Like, look at the, look at the, the, the destruction that has happened in the videos. And, and, who's to say whether that's completely accurate or not, but It's absolutely true that there has been a massive amount of death for men, women, and children in Palestine. So Biden is now recognizing that apologizing saying he's quote unquote, I believe, let's see what this. Let's see if we can get the full article. Oh, we gotta, we gotta subscribe folks. Let's find a different one. Now. My favorite News connector is ground news and we can go here and let's go Biden Offers apology now if you go to ground news what it does for you And okay, I would highly recommend educating yourself on this platform because I absolutely love it So I'll just give you a breakdown what this looks like. It's ground And they give you the headline, they give you the top three points, and then they tell you the bias of the news distribution. So what percentage has been reporting on this, um, 41 percent of the sources that are reporting on this lean right. Right. Of those, um, there's two that are center, 61 percent biased, I'm sorry, 61%. I'm just blind. And then they give you all of the articles. So then you can sort and sift through those articles. You can say you can look at all of them. You can look at the left leaning articles. You can look at the right leaning articles. You can look at the center articles. Then it gives you the factuality of each one of those and who owns those media companies. So it's like, very basically anything and everything that you would want out of the actual reporting. Um, so it gives factuality scores, ownership scores, like whoever is responsible for this just does an absolute tremendous job. It's incredible. All right, so here it is. It says this is coming from the Daily Post and it says Israel Palestinian war. I'm disappointed in myself, Biden says as he apologizes over comments on Gaza. Now, obviously, like we talked about, it's not Gaza in general, what a terrible headline. But here's what it says. It says, United States President Biden Joe Biden has apologized to some prominent Muslim American leaders over his public questioning of the Palestinian death number reported by the Hamas controlled Gaza Ministry of Health, right? And again, it's like you would just have to watch out for the framing on this because do we, is it, I don't know. I don't, I've never done research on the. Gaza Ministry of Health, but they just like frivolously throw that out there to delegitimize the numbers. And now he's apologizing for it, right? So they, they tried to shoo it away as saying, Oh, that's what the terrorists said. We don't believe the terrorists. You're not a terrorist. Are you? You're a flag loving American. Right? Maybe not flag loving because then nowadays that makes you a terrorist anyways. But you see what I'm saying, right? Like, just, just listen to the framing Biden, according to the New York post, made the apology at a meeting with the five Muslim American leaders the day after his October 25th comments on reported Gaza deaths. Vowing to do better. Biden told the group, I'm sorry, I'm so disappointed in myself, Biden said, when he heard the leaders describe individuals they knew who were personally affected by the conflict. Before the press conference, Biden had openly questioned the accuracy of the casualty figures from Gaza, given Hamas terror track, Hamas terror track record. The president was smeared with criticism at home as he made great efforts to pressure Israel to minimize civilian casualties. He said, I have no notion that the Palestinians are telling the truth about how many people are killed. I'm sure innocents have been killed and it's the price of waging war, he said. Wow. Is that the price of waging wars? You kill innocent people? According to data from the Hamas controlled Ministry of Health, more than 14, 000 Palestinians in Gaza, including many women and children, have been killed in the conflict. Meanwhile, Israel has suffered more than 1, 200 fatalities, almost a tenth, less than a tenth. Mostly civilians who were killed when the terror group launched a massive attack on Israel in October. The Muslim American leaders who have met with Joe Biden pleaded with him to show more empathy for the Palestinians. So here's, here's something that I see to, you know, I find this to be pretty interesting. You go to almost any major, uh, account right now. Now there's a few, there's a few people who are... actually honest and truthful, but you see a lot of mainstream media accounts, a lot of mainstream influencers, a lot of conservative voices, just giving the most egregious points on, on the Palestinian conflict. Like you go to Prager U right now, you go to, you know, go listen to Ben Shapiro. You hear them literally saying word for word. That the reason, or that the blood of Palestinian children and women is on the hands of Hamas. Not on the hands of Israel, who actually bombed them. You know, but it's on the hands of Hamas, because, you know, they did this to us first, so they deserved it. Right? Like, that's, that's, we're almost word for word, verbatim, what both Dennis Prager and, um, and, uh, uh, Ben Shapiro had said about this almost verbatim, like literally go find it, then they'll say, oh, you know, Hiroshima was was something that just had to be done. We had to murder an entire city and block of a mile of people in order to stop this war. It's, it's like, no. Well, what should we do? Well, maybe send special forces in there and take them out. Like, don't just bomb the children. Uh, and that's what's so funny about this argument that like, oh, Hamas is shielding themselves with women and children. And instead of, you know, trying to wait for a sniper to have a good I am the target so that they can kill just the terrorists behind them, right, like their their point is that, oh, they use women and children as human shields. They use human shields. How egregious how much of a terrorist are they for using human shields? And it's like, okay, you don't use human shields, you just bomb the women and children, regardless without any thought to it. It's like, which one's worse, just endlessly bombing women and children without any say or reason why really and or using somebody as a human shield. They're equally bad because in both scenarios, somebody dies who was innocent, equally bad, right? But they've they've probably done government think tanks and had massive surveys where they found out that if you say the human shield buzzword that that now all of a sudden people are on your side, right? It's like, You definitely can't use human shields. Just bomb them all. Anyway. So there's your update on that. And, uh, from that, speaking about Joe Biden, the next thing that we'll discuss is that a former white house doctor has come out and raised some concerns surrounding the health of Joe Biden. So, you know, not that any of us thought that he was in great health or anything. Uh, but. It seems to be deteriorating just quicker than anybody would have even thought. Um, so let's read this article together. And it says, Former White House doctor warns that Biden won't last another five years in office. They're saying that he has completely degenerated just during the time in his office. And this is somebody, this is a doctor who served under George Bush, who served under Donald Trump, who served under Barack Obama. So this isn't some run of the mill, you know, was in there for six months and now all of a sudden he has a political opinion that this man was unfit for duty. No, this is somebody who was trusted by the White House to give their unbiased opinion about the health of our presidents. And he's come out and said that he does not believe Joe Biden is in any shape or form able to act the duties. Now, I agree completely, like Anybody who's, the only thing that they could have done that's worse than this is what they did to Feinstein, right, where they wheeled her out there the day before she croaked, the day before she died and had her vote on the floor, while some guy was whispering in her ear telling her to shut up and say yes. Here we go. Uh, the article says, uh, Ronnie Jackson, a Republican from Texas, a former White House physician, warned this week that President Joe Biden won't make it another five years if he's reelected in 2024. The decline is happening quickly, Jackson said, who served as a physician under former Presidents George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, as he told Fox News on Sunday. Jackson argued that Biden's cognitive acuity has declined rapidly, even since 2020, when he was first elected. It's just unbelievable how much he's degenerated through his time in office. We cannot afford to have this man in office for the remainder of his term, and then for another four years after that. He's already putting us at great risk, right? Now, he says, citing his experience with the white house, Jackson said, he knows firsthand what it takes to be the commander in chief and the head of state. It's a grueling job, both mentally and physically, the man can't do the job he's proven to us over the single or every single day that he can't do the job, but this is just getting worse. Fair enough. Right. And I had this conversation with somebody the other day, to me, it's like, what is the, the, even more so than his, like, Then his politics, right? Because you probably can't even point to Joe Biden's politics at this point or his position on things. But what you can point to is, is the absolute embarrassment, the absolute embarrassment to our country. That is Joe Biden representing us on a world stage. The man can't string a sentence together. The man can't walk up a flight of stairs. The man can't. shake the hand of any other person knowing fully well who they are at any given time. Like, how are you going to trust that man to make some of the most complex decisions of any position with the biggest impact of any position in the world? How do you expect that? You don't. You want to know why? Because, you know, and I would almost rather have, that's what you have to understand about the president is that the president is. Essentially just a figurehead. They should exude power. They should exude intelligence. They should be charismatic. They should be able to calm a crowd in times of war and, and Excite them in times of peace to do great things and Joe Biden does absolutely not a single one of those things, right? So I would, I would almost rather have somebody whose politics are just absolutely atrocious, but at least represent our country well, then Joe Biden, and that's what you have to know by now is that Joe Biden is absolutely 100 percent only in this position because he has nothing to say at all when it comes to politics. He is essentially a puppet with a literal hand up his ass telling him exactly what to say and when to say it. He has no opinions of his own. He is absolutely bought and paid for in every position that he holds. And that's why he's in this position. And that's why they would probably hope to keep him in there another four years. They being the people who really lobbied to get him there. The Black Rocks, the Vanguards, all of those people, right? So it's like, he is... Only in the position that he is in because he holds no position and that's what you saw in the Osama bin Laden letter And I called it was I said Saddam Hussein. It was actually Osama bin Laden's letter I think I was reading it wrong or no, that was just in a clip that I posted on Instagram. I Posted a clip on Instagram and I had to edit it out because I was I kept saying Saddam Hussein instead of Osama bin Laden Silly me, mixing up my terrorists. Alright, so, pretty wild stuff, not that wild, because we all knew the guy could, is, is about to die at any single moment. And then that's like probably the most, the most exciting thing about Joe Biden's presidency, is that the man could literally be in the middle of a speech, or walking up a flight of stairs, and just die. In front of anybody, everybody with all these cameras on him at any given moment. It's like, we should have a death. What is it? The dead pool, a death pool, uh, for Joe Biden and have over unders on whether or not he would make a second term. All right. Now, speaking of that, uh, the next thing we're going to discuss is that the Department of Justice collected every single name of every single Twitter account that liked, followed, or even retweeted anything regarding Trump, right? Anything from Trump that he ever said. If you liked him, if you followed him, or if you retweeted him, you're on a list somewhere. The Department of Justice has collected every single name of every single Twitter account that he ever And this comes from HeadlineUSA. Not sure what that is. Twitter is, I got it from, uh, The Ground News, so. It said mixed factuality, so. Most of them do, to be fair. Um, Twitter is required to disclose following information. All lists of Twitter users who have favorited or retweeted posts, tweets, uh, tweets posted by Trump, as well as all tweets that include the username associated with the account. So any mentions or even replies with Trump's name. It says that Ken Silva, Uh, stated that the Justice Department attorneys have released record records related to their search warrant for Donald Trump's Twitter account, revealing that prosecutors obtained a vast trove of data about the former president's social media activity, including info on every single account to like, follow. And retweet him. The heavily redacted search warrant was released Monday, pursuant to a November 17th judge's order, which was made after a coalition of media groups filed an application in August for the warrant and other records to be made public. From the looks of it, Twitter forked over massive amounts of information to the Department of Justice. Um, indeed, Special Counsel Jack Smith sought and apparently ultimately received all users Trump followed, unfollowed, muted. Un unmuted, blocked, or unblocked, as well as all the users who have followed, unfollowed, muted, un unmuted, blocked, or unblocked Trump. Additionally, Smith demanded da, uh, Twitter data on all the lists of Twitter users who have been favored their retweeted tweets posted by Trump, as well as all the tweets that included the username associated with the account. Wow. In some we that the district court's ruling in all aspects, the, uh, the district court's properly rejected. Uh, let's see here. It's gonna be a jerk to me again. Need to figure this out. My, uh, I, I have my iPad as the secondary monitor here and it keeps like going out on me. So sorry If we have any lulls in the action for you. It says, in some, we affirm, we affirm that the district court's ruling in all aspects are all respects the district court properly rejected. Twitter's first amendment challenged to the, the non-disclosure order, the appeals court said in the decision unsealed in August. Moreover, the district court acted within the bounds of its own, of its discretion to manage its docket when it declined to. day to stay its enforcement of the warrant while the First Amendment claim was litigated. So any single person, any single person who liked, followed, tweeted, untweeted, retweeted, no tweeted, anything at all to do with Donald Trump is now on a list that the Department of Justice has. For what reason? What would you want that for? What would you want that for, right? You want, you want to start surveilling those people, right? Especially the high profile people. If anybody actually has a following and, and you are somebody who voted Trump is, follows Trump tweets, Trump likes his posts, anything at all, you know, because very easily you could just take an Excel spreadsheet, which I'm sure somebody did over at the department of justice and filtered it based on follower count. So they could find out who are the people of influence that are a part of Donald Trump's network. Okay. Right. Not even network, but just support group. There's nine comments here. Let's see if any of them are any good. Uh, what was the name of the Beatles song? Oh yeah. Back in the USSR. Yeah. I mean, pretty fricking wild. Uh, do not fund the justice department. Yeah. Nothing, nothing too good. Not enough. All right. Cool. Um, so to me, that's egregious. To me, that shows an absolute surveillance state. To me, that shows that the, the collusion between Twitter and Department of Justice now has been fossilized in, in Excel spreadsheets somewhere at a, uh, Government facility to say whether or not you could potentially be a domestic terrorist because you followed Donald Trump, the president of the United States, one of the most followed, liked, retweeted people of all time on Twitter. Hmm. But now you'll find yourself on a list somewhere. Alright, after that, this one's. 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Getting back to the sub stack, which you can follow at austinadams. substack. com. Um, and that's what I got. Adams Archive. There it is. Let's jump into it. Um, the article says, The U. S. sounds an alarm after new Chinese pneumonia outbreak raises serious questions and concerns. And the article says that U. S. officials began expressing concerns this week about a new outbreak in respiratory illnesses in China that have sent a surge of Children to the hospital. NBC News reported that the outbreak in northern China has caused hospitals to become overwhelmed with sick Children. According to pro med, a publicly available reporting system for emerging disease or diseases and outbreaks. The news comes after COVID 19 began spreading in Wuhan, China in late 2019. And in the span of a couple months through the entire world into a global pandemic that killed millions and was used by governments to implement draconian measures. Yep. Now, as far as the killed millions thing, I would like to revisit that and tell you that all of the PCR tests, you know, the with kid who died with COVID or died of COVID are serious things that we need to revisit and stop saying there's millions of people who died as a result of COVID when you have to understand that there was actually somebody who got bit by a shark and died as a result of being eaten by a shark and COVID 19. Was considered a COVID death because they had tested positive for COVID at the time And then you have to take that a step further and understand that not only were they marking people dead with COVID So that they could make their money because they were incentivized off of this because this is all stuff We can't let seep through our memory people We have to understand the lengths that they went to for this propaganda campaign one being that it wasn't Died of COVID. What was important was died with COVID that they would mark as of COVID. The second thing is even when they ran those tests and said that they died with COVID. They ran the tests with PCR testing at cycles that were way higher than what was supposed to be allowable for PCR tests to be accurate whatsoever. And then as things wound down, guess what they did. They lowered the cycles on the PCR tests. So there wasn't as many false positives. So when you're talking about millions of people dying, you have to understand The real number of people that died of COVID is far, far, far less than what was reported originally. Because first of all, as we just talked about, they marked people dead. Uh, with COVID as of COVID, they marked people with COVID incorrectly because the amount of cycles they were doing on PCR tests, which was far above the allowed, allowable, uh, at least justifiable amount of cycles. It's like anything above 19 cycles is a very high rate of, of, uh, false positives, right? You go back to the podcast I've done about Carrie Mullisk, you go read the, who actually came up with PCR testing, Nobel prize, uh, winning laureate, uh, scientists, uh, who who designed the PCR test. And it's really interesting if you go back and listen to some of those episodes, even episode one, right? I'll mention that a couple of times is, uh, assassinations, coverups, and the cult of science that I did. Uh, I highly recommend you, you listen into that podcast. It may not, I haven't gone back and listened to it myself in a while, but, uh, it's the very first one I ever did. So cut me some slack. Uh, but I think there was a lot of value in there. And I went through that book that I discussed last week. Uh, code blue about the military or the medical industrial complex. So a pretty good one, but a highly, you know, when, when we're talking about millions of people that you have to remember the context, you cannot forget that when we talk about that. All right. So it says China's recent pneumonia outbreak raises serious questions in the world health organization is asking them said us ambassador of, uh, to Japan, Ram Manuel. It's time to abandon COVID deception and delays as transparent and timely information saves lives, he said. Full cooperation with the international community is not an option. It's a public health imperative. Will Beijing step up? China's, and this is, uh, the ambassador that actually tweeted that, so. There's the exact tweet. Um, NBC News says that it witnessed long lines and crowded waiting rooms at Beijing's Children's Hospital. And this is, again, when you see the word children, right? Why would something be specifically affecting children? Children generally have much better immune systems than you and I. Uh, or even older individuals, right? The reason for that is, well, they're young, they're healthy, their antibodies are much more aggressive in dealing with these things. Their hearts are healthier than ours, their lungs are healthier than ours. Um, Lots of reasons, but says the who said in the statement that today who held a teleconference with Chinese health authorities in which they provided requested data on respiratory illnesses among children in northern China. The data indicates an increase in outpatient consultations and hospital admissions of children due to Mycoplasma pneumonia since May and RSV adenovirus and influenza virus since October. You mean we're going into December and we have a rise in flu cases. What will we do? It's almost like this has happened every year since humanities existed. Um, the who continued some of these increases are earlier in the season that historically experienced, but not an unexpected given the lifting of COVID 19 restrictions as similarly experienced in other countries. Yeah. Okay. They've already cried wolf and like, nobody will literally believe them. If there was a flesh eating zombie disease at this point. I think you would still have a large portion of the country in complete disbelief, right? The boy, let's go back to the boy who cried wolf, right? Or the government who cried pandemic is probably a more accurate one. It goes on to say the COVID 19 pandemic was marked by lying and deception from communist China about the origins of the coronavirus as well as attempts to cover it up. The World Health Organization was also accused of not being forthcoming with what it knew about the coronavirus and of trying to cover for China. Yes, we know. All of this. All right. Cool. So there's your article on that. So to me, you know, they, they've come out now and said that this is not a novel virus, that it's not something that they have not seen before. Um, so they, they, they've said, you know, it's, it's nothing to be concerned of, uh, until, you know, it's not like last time. Right? Until it is something to be concerned about. Um, But, I guess, Time will tell, And we'll have to wait and see if that's the case. And, Uh, When it is, Make sure you just, Buy enough toilet paper, I guess. Or a bidet. Cause, Bidets are awesome. And, You get to limit your toilet paper use. I never went on a bidet rant here. But I could. Bidets are amazing. If you've never used one, High, Highly recommend. All right, the very next article that we're going to discuss here is going to be one of our last ones, which is about open AI. So we talked about this last week, there was this whole wild escapade, this whole story, this crazy situation happened, where the Altman for not being completely candid in their letter, um, and then said that even if open AI went under. That it would be aligned with OpenAI's mission that OpenAI went under. Now, I mentioned that last time in reading that. Um, we can go back and listen to that if you want to. But, um, I mentioned that. That that wording was weird to me. That if OpenAI went under, they said that it would be aligned with OpenAI's mission. And OpenAI's mission is for safe and aligned AGI, right? And if you don't understand AI much or what AGI is, we'll talk about it. Um, but AGI is artificial general intelligence, meaning that something that is basically sentient and conscious, right? We don't believe today that the AI that we have is considered AGI. Right, it's AI, but general intelligence, meaning that it essentially has its own consciousness, that it can think for itself, that it's not just an input and output of, of a, A, Bs, or X, Ys, or, you know, whatever, the matrix essentially, right? So it's not binary coding that's deciding its next output, it actually can actively think and Um, you know, have conversations in a way where it has its own emotions and, and things like that. Right. So that's what AGI is. And that's what terrifies people is once we get to that point where it can start to detach itself from the infrastructure that we have, and it's sentient in and of itself, that it could escape the small black box that it's within metaphorically and take over the world and eliminate all of humanity. And maybe that's why the board was trying to kick out Sam Altman, because he wasn't candid about this program that is called QSTAR, which is a allegedly, uh, true AI potential path towards AGI that Sam Altman didn't discuss. Um, so this article says, and we'll, let's give this a better introduction, is the fact that Sam Altman getting fired could have been the best thing for humanity. If Q star, which is potentially the black secretive program within open AI that could lead to AGI, or maybe already is AGI or sentient, a sentient, uh, a life form of AI very well could mean the end of humanity to very many people that project these things, you know, almost even I think Sam Altman there, or even the Twitch CEO that was put into position said, yeah, it's a 50, 50 shot. If we reach AGI, whether or not. Completely kills off all of humanity and a lot of people think to agree with that. I think Elon Musk said the same thing. It's about 50, 50, right? So, so when we're talking about Sam Altman, not being candid with the board and the board saying that if open AI goes under, it might be aligned with our mission to begin with. And then we find out about Q star and Elon Musk, funnily enough, posted something that said Q star Anon, right? And then. Posted this article, um, not the one that we're looking at, but one about the similar topic, but this says from Forbes about that mysterious AI breakthrough known as Q star by open AI that allegedly attains true AI or is on the path towards. artificial general intelligence. It says in today's column, I'm going to walk you through a prominent AI mystery that has caused quite the stir leading to an incessant buzz across much of social media and garnering outside headlines in the mass media. This is going to shock, or this is, this is going to be quite a Sherlock Holmes adventure and a sleuth of detective exemplifying journey that I will be taking you on. Now let's close the, let's close the loop here. Um, In the fact that Sam Altman was reinstated an hour after my podcast at two in the morning as the CEO and they fired the complete board after 757 people signed that letter saying they were going to move over to Microsoft to the 777 employees gave in fired the entire board and rehired Sam Altman. Wild story, definitely going to be a Netflix documentary in like the next two years, um, if we make it that long after QSTAR. Uh, but this says, please put on your thinking cap and get yourself a soothing glass of wine. I wish I had one. The roots of the circumstance involving the recent organizational gyrations. In notable business crises, drama associated with the AI maker OpenAI, including the off and on again firing and rehiring of CEO Sam Ullman, along with a plethora of related carry ons, my focus will not particularly be on the comings and goings of the parties involved. I insist, or I instead seek to leverage those reported facts primarily as telltale clues associated with the AI mystery that some believe sits at the core of the organizational earthquake. We shall start to do it. Uh, we shall start with the vaunted goal of arriving at the topmost AI. The background of the AI mystery. Let's see how long this is. Holy shit. This is a long article. Wow. They did do some detective work. Oh man. Um, wow. So go to Forbes yourself and read through some of this. Uh, cause yeah, it's, it, this is a extremely thorough write up on this. Um, the title of the article is the one that I gave you earlier. Which is, um, I don't know if I'm going to be able to get through all of this tonight with you, but... Or this morning, depending on when you're listening to this, uh, about that mysterious AI breakthrough, look that up on Google with Forbes, and you'll you'll find this article and you can go through the full thing, but I'll see if I can skim it effectively with you. Uh, it says the background of the AI mystery. So here's the deal. Some suggest that open AI has handed up or landed upon a new approach to AI that either has attained true AI, which is nowadays said to be artificial general intelligence, or that demonstrably resides on, or at least shows the path towards AGI as a fast background for you. Today's AI is, is considered not yet a, the realm. Of being on par with human intelligence. The aspirational goal for much of the AI field is to arrive at something that fully exhibits human intelligence, which would broadly then be considered an AGI or possibly going even further in a super intelligence, nobody has yet been able to find out and report specifically out. Um, on what this mysterious AI breakthrough consists of, the situation could be like one of those circumstances where the actual occurrence is a far cry from the rumors that have been reverberated in the media. Maybe the reality is something of a modest AI advancement was discovered, but it doesn't deserve the hoopla that was ensued. Right now, the rumor mill is filled with tall tales that this is the real deal, and supposedly will open the door to reaching AGI. Time will tell. Uh, on the matter of whether the AI has already achieved AGI per se, let's, uh, noodle on the prostulation. Let's not, because I already kind of clued you into that. It's not AGI already. At least, at least not what we have access to. Um, it has a hard enough time on some of the things, and it's probably from my use, and I use it basically daily in my, uh, career, uh, company. Um, It's, it seems to me like it's almost gotten worse over the last few months or so, but anyways, uh, you see, this is the way that those ad ho hunches frequently go, you think that you've landed on the right trail, but you are actually once again back at the woods, or you are on the correct trail, but at the top of the mountain is still miles upon miles in the distance, right? So basically, it's just saying, we don't know what AGI could even look like, right? We have no idea whether what we're looking at is just a highly advanced football Uh, you know, Texas Instruments calculator that is just compiling all the information and spitting out, uh, based on connections of data and quick reading of, of information or whether it's actually having some sort of, uh, development, uh, thought processes that are outside of, um, you know, normal variables. So so now that you know the overarching context of the AR mystery, let's see if we want to read any of this here. Potentially or inadvertently is getting this to the immediate doorstep of AGI. So, so yeah, the idea is that it seems like it's pretty far away. Now that you know the overarching context of the AI mystery, we're ready to dive into the hints or clues so far that have been reported on the matter. Let's skip the caveats. Um, I'm going to draw upon these relatively unsubstantiated foremost three clues. Uh, the name of the AI has been Ben said to be supposedly q star, the AI has supposedly been able to solve grade school level math problems quite well. And the AI has possibly leveraged an AI technique known as test time computations. Interesting, which should be interesting because Chachi Bouti, as we know it today, has far more capabilities than solving grade school level math problems, but it's not the idea that it's doing it in the way that a calculator would do it when it comes to AGI. Right, it would be that it's thinking and learning those things on its own. Uh, you can find lots of rampant speculations out, uh, online that uses only the first of those above clues, namely, uh, the name. Q Star. Some believe that the mystery can be unraveled on that one clue alone. They might not know about the other two above clues, or they might not believe that the other two clues are pertinent. The first clue is allegedly the name of the AI. So let's walk through these. It says it has been reported widely that the AI maker has allegedly opted to name the AI software as being referred to by the... Uh, notation of a capital letter Q that is followed by an asterisk. The name or notation is this Q star. Believe it or not by this claim alone, you can get into a far reaching abyss of speculation about what the AI is. I will gladly do so. I suppose it is somewhat akin to the words Rosebud and the famous classic citizen Kane. I won't spoil the movie for you of the emphasize that the entire film is about trying to make sense of the seemingly innocuous word of Rosebud. If you have time to do so, I highly recommend watching the movie since it is considered one of the best time. Uh, films of all time, there isn't any AI in it. So realize you would be watching the movie for it's incredible plots, blended acting. Okay. Um, back to our mystery at hand. What can we divine from the Q star name? That's a good question. I'm glad you asked, but my iPad froze. So. Again, give me one second. And this is like some horseshit because I have a very nice setup here and For some reason just this last like week or two I've never run into this issue and it's uh, just being finicky with me for some reason all right, so Let's do this. Let's do that. So so yeah, so to me it's like This seems like the most likely reason that OpenAI went through everything that it did. It seems by far from the clues that I read and I basically called it out just from the letter, right? You, you go back and listen to that episode. That's what I said is why would they say that it would be aligned? Well, it would only be aligned if they believed that the way that Sam Altman was Being non candid to them would lead to unaligned AGI, right? Which, which means essentially they're concerned about the direction the company is going because you have to understand, too, that the board of OpenAI is not a for profit board. Um, they're, I believe that all of the board members, like, essentially don't have any stake in the game financially when it comes to OpenAI, and they're literally just there to, like, oversee the operations to make sure that it's aligned with its mission. Um. So this says, what can we divine from the q star name? Those of you that are fairly familiar with everyday mathematical equations are likely to realize the asterisk is typically said to represent a so called star symbol, thus the seemingly q asterisk name would be conventionally be pronounced aloud as q star. Okay, who cares? Um, overall, the use of the specification of the letter q innately coupled with the star present, um, representation does not notably denote anything already popularized. Um, I am saying that the q star doesn't jump out as, Meaning this in particular, so let's see what it does say for us, It says the capital letter Q does have significance in the AI field. Furthermore, the use of an asterisk as a star does have significance in the mathematics and computer science arena. Hmm, so he's going to talk about those, which is that one of the most historically well known uses of the asterisk is potentially similar to context was used in the mathematician Stephen Kleen when he defined something known as V star. You might cleverly observe that this notation consists of the capital letter V is followed by the asterisk. Wow. Thank you so much. In his letter in 1950s, he described that, uh, suppose you had a set of items that were named by the letter of V. And then you decided to make a different set that consists of various combinations associated with it that are in the set, in the set V. This now, uh, new set would. By definition contain all the elements of set V so basically saying that there's subsets of that V variation, right, that all house within V. But with V star, it's saying that it could be V, A, V, A, B, V, A, B, A, B, V, A. So it's just saying that it could an unlimited amount of combinations within the subset of the primary V. So You are said to be maximizing the letter to the nth degree, right? Um, okay. Makes sense. The use of the asterisks or stars in the case of a capital a, you're going to love the next bit of detective work. I brought you up to speed about the, okay, come on, dude, get to the point. As an aside, the, the classic paper was formulated a star and is entitled heuristic determination of minimum cost paths. Okay. Imagine a set of cities with roads connecting certain parts of them. Suppose we desire a technique for discovering a sequence of cities on the shortest route from a specific start to a specific goal city. Our algorithm prescribed, uh, prescribes how to use special knowledge. The knowledge that the shortest route between any pair of cities cannot be less than the airline distance between them in order to reduce the total number of cities that need to be considered. So I'll give you the TLDR of some of this, and when it's talking about Q star, what it's referencing is that the letter Q within AI or encoding is traditionally discussing the idea of reinforced learning, right? Reinforced learning being that, um, and traditionally when you're doing something like AI, it's reinforced learning through human feedback or RLHF. And what that means is essentially you're giving it feedback every single time it gives an output. A thumbs up or a thumbs down, right? When you answer this, it's good. When you answer this, it's bad. And now it takes that information and it learns off of it and enforces better. outputs, right? Just as if a dog is doing a trick, um, and you want to teach it to roll over when it starts to make the movement, you give it a treat. And then the next time it goes a little bit further, you give it a treat. And eventually it's doing it on command to the word that you say before you made it do the rollover, um, through reinforced learning, right? Lean forced, just give it a treat. Um, now the star being, which we got into a little bit, but the star being the idea that it's the infinite possibility behind what is that. Initial framework, right? In this case, the infinite, right? If you use something, let's use the dog example. Again, you, you think of the word dog and you put an asterisk or behind it in the world of coding, that would mean dog could now be dogmatic. It could be doggy. It could be. Doggy style. I couldn't leave that one alone. Um, but the idea is that reinforced learning and the star being the exponential possibility behind that. And so what the idea is that the asterisk might suggest, is what this says, that this is the highest or most far out capability of Q learning. Reinforce learning that anybody has ever seen or envisioned. This would simply imply that the use of reinforcement learning as an AI approach and that the model free and off policy can leap tall buildings and go faster than a speeding train, metaphorically, to be able to push. AI closer to being AGI. If you place this into the context of general generative AI, such as ChatGBT or OpenAI of OpenAI, perhaps those generative AI apps could be much more fluent and seem to convey reasoning if they had this Q star included in them, or GBT 5, essentially. Right? Um, And that could give a huge edge over the competition is what it says. It says, take a moment to deliberate on the razor sharp question. Should AI companies be required to disclose their AI breakthroughs? If they do so, would this inadvertently allow evildoers to use those breakthroughs for evil purposes? Is it fair for a company that spent, that spent its resources to devise AI breakthrough that cannot profit from it and must Just handed over to the public at large, who should own and control AI breakthroughs that get us to the realm of AGI. And do we need newer, additional AI related laws that will serve to regulate and govern what is happening in AI? Um, now in that theme, I'm on the boat that where there should be some framework of, of, uh, Oversight and governing bodies by individuals who actually know what they're talking about because this is a highly scary, terrifying industry, um, if it goes to the nth degree, right? If AGI occurs and it's not aligned with humanity and it identifies humanity as a threat to, I don't know, the world or, uh, you know, doesn't weigh our lives over that of the animals that we slaughter on a daily basis. Um, lots of reasons that it could think that we're bad because, you know, some of us are. Uh. Very interesting questions, but I do think that there should be some, you know, we could dive deep into that, but I absolutely believe that. Um, it says... Uh, now this talks about the solving of grade school level math, um, don't want to get too far into that. That one's interesting to me because it just doesn't make sense why that would be such a huge deal. Uh, but I guess, um, no direct calculations or formulas were involved. You might suggest that this is a monkey see monkey do kind of answer by the generative AI. The similarity between the two math problems greatly overlapped in terms of its wording just to add the wording. Hmm. Wow. This guy uses the word noodle. Let's see if he gives a Okay. So let's see. So it says, whenever they say this, the database converse will decry things that will go backwards in the older and disdained ways of rules. Okay. Anyways, there's the idea. The Q star situation is one that could mean that. Sam Altman was hiding this from the board. Sam Altman was putting the humanity into jeopardy, and all these 770 or 57 employees could now have been the reason that the Terminator happens, and Arnold Schwarzenegger comes here from the future, and we all potentially die. Or maybe not, and they were just dicks, and didn't know what they were doing, and let down all their investors. Um, but, I guess. We'll never know, but that's what I got for you guys today. Thank you so much for listening. I appreciate it from the bottom of your heart. If you want to go read that article, I gave you the name of it earlier. It's from Forbes. Um, really interesting read. I'll, I'll read the whole thing at some point, but just don't want to, it's, it's a very long article. So you're better off reading it on your own time than sitting here and me talk about it, but an interesting thing. Nonetheless, I absolutely am. Very as confident as I could be that I believe that that's what happened is that Sam Altman was not being forthcoming now What I think is an interesting theory about this That I noted is that Sam Altman was on Joe Rogan and on Lex Friedman Not two weeks before this huge publicity happened and what are the odds of that a question to ponder? Probably not very high. Do with that information what you will. But I appreciate you guys. Thank you so much for listening from the bottom of my heart. You are awesome. I hope you have a wonderful day and see you next time. Thank you.
In this episode we hear from George H. W. Bush as he addresses the nation in his Inaugural Address in 1989. It would begin a single term in office that would see the face of the entire world change dramatically from its start to its finish. The final triumph for a generation of American Leaders who rightfully could be called the Greatest Generation. We will also see one of America's Greatest leaders leave center stage as Ronald Reagan flies away to California after laying the foundation for the triumphs to come. Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!
In this episode we tune in to the race between Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis and Vice President George H. W. Bush. as they debate each other in a debate that saw Dukakis answer one of the hardest hitting questions ever asked in my memory of any candidate. His answer came off like a robot and with that the slide began that would lead to Bush's victory. We will join an August, 24, 1988 campaign rally in California that will feature George Bush's other ace in the hole, the then current President, Ronald Reagan. You will see a vintage Reagan as he delivers a speech in the effort to elect his Vice President to carry on the work he had begun over 8 great years as President. Finally you can relive the election of George H. W. Bush as we drop in on the coverage on election night 1988 when George Bush closes in on victory after climbing over a 17 point deficit with the voters and eventually defeats Michael Dukakis to become the nation's 41st President. Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!
We present the overwhelming mountain of evidence that President Kennedy was hit by bullets from the front and rear. Every witness in the Dallas emergency room attests, on camera, to the fact that a bullet from the right front blew a fist-sized whole in the back of the President's head. The New York Times carried these statements on the day of the murder; and has covered them up ever since. So why have we been force-fed lies all these years about the Book Depository building and a lone gunman? On this episode of the NTEB Prophecy News Podcast, American president John F. Kennedy was assassinated by assassins' bullets and it was blamed on Lee Harvey Oswald. To cement this unlikely story, the Warren Commission was created to gaslight the American people with a ridiculous fiction of a ‘magic bullet' that perform tricks and feats that no other bullet, before or since, has ever been capable of. Kennedy was not hit by a single bullet from the back, but by multiple bullets from multiple gunmen from the front. After the deed was done, Oswald was killed by Ruby who later went insane in a jail cell, and witnesses close to the event one by one began to die under mysterious circumstances. Investigative journalist Dorothy Kilgallen was probing the John F. Kennedy assassination when she suddenly died under strange circumstances on November 8, 1965. On this 60th anniversary of the murder of JFK, we unravel the past to show you the group of killers behind the assassination, a bloody trail that leads straight to the doorstep of JFK's vice president Lyndon B. Johnson, and CIA operative and eventual 41st president of the United States George H.W. Bush.
Show Notes and Transcript For 6 weeks we have witnessed conflict in The Middle East. Israel have responded to the October 7th terror attack with force. Brigitte Gabriel joins us to help make sense of this war in Israel. As the Founder of ACT for America, Brigitte has been a well known American voice of truth for 2 decades, an upbringing in Lebanon gives her a unique perspective on The Middle East and on regional tensions. Who exactly are Hamas? What part does religion play in this war? Can Israel win both the military and publicity battle? Brigitte answers all of these questions and more. ACT for America: ACT NOW - TAKE ACTION https://www.actforamerica.org/ Brigitte Gabriel is a leading commentator on politics, culture, and national security. As a legal immigrant to America born in Lebanon, Ms. Gabriel survived war in the Middle East living in an 8x10 underground bomb shelter from the age of 10 until 17 years old. She lectures nationally and internationally, and her expertise is sought after by world and business leaders. Ms. Gabriel moved to Israel in 1984 and became a news anchor for “World News,” an evening Arabic news broadcast for Middle East Television seen throughout Israel, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon. Her work is of international scope has brought her in contact with world figures such as Margaret Thatcher, George H. Bush, Queen Nour El Hussein, Itzhak Rabine, and Shimon Perez. Ms. Gabriel immigrated to the United States in 1989 and founded a television production and advertising company. Her clients included ABC, NBC, CBS, Discovery, TLC, History Channel, CNN, the Oprah Winfrey show, 20/20, World News Tonight, and Good Morning America just to name a few. 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Thank you so much for your time today. (Brigitte Gabriel) I'm so delighted to be back with you, Peter. So good, and I wish we were talking about a different subject rather than what is happening at the moment in the Middle East and Israel. But first, the viewers can find you @ACTBrigitte and they can also get you on your website brigittegabriel .com, just dot com at the end. And just in case our viewers haven't come across Brigitte before she's been with us before but she is national security analyst, New York Times best -selling author and chairman of Act for America and her latest bestseller is Rise in Defense of Judeo -Christian Values and Freedom. I want to get your thoughts on, I mean there's Hamas, there's Islam, there's the Israeli response, there's Benjamin Netanyahu's political legacy, intelligence failures, international political and media response, danger of spreading, etc, etc. There's so many pieces to this. Let's see what we can unpack in the next 45 minutes. Maybe start at the I mean, October the 7th, the worst attack, I think, in modern day Israel, over a thousand citizens murdered by Hamas on that day. What were your thoughts, I guess, whenever you first saw that breaking? What were your initial thoughts? Disbelief. If I can describe it in one word, disbelief. Watching Jewish people run for their lives, being chased by Hamas terrorists, watching Hamas holding girls, running with them, the girl on the motorcycle, kids running, Hamas parading women, girls, and trucks and Jeeps. I mean, it was disbelief that this could actually happen in Israel to Israelis on Israeli territory. The first question on my mind was, what happened to security? I mean, Israel is known for the intelligence. The intelligence failure was the first and biggest question that popped up in my mind. How could this be? The intelligence failure, how did it happen? I think a lot of people worldwide were in utter shock that this happened in Israel, that Hamas, was able to pull something like this. I mean, look, you and I know people. We have followed the Palestinian problem. We have followed Palestinian news. Nobody in Gaza can pull this off. This is not brains that put this together in Gaza. So, immediately, we knew that, you know, as a terrorism analyst who's been following this for years, I knew that Iran was behind it. I mean, being born and raised in Lebanon, following the progression of Hezbollah in Lebanon, growing, becoming an army, becoming a major army, a structure, discipline, training, all provided by Iran, funding provided by Iran. I knew that Iran was going to be behind the Hamas massacre. So these are all the questions that immediately came to my mind. But again, the word disbelief is what me and many other people across the globe probably felt at that moment. Yeah, there's so many questions, and you're right. One of the reasons I really wanted you on, Brigitte, because you're having grown up in Lebanon, understanding the regional side, understanding the religious context, and now obviously living in America and seeing it from a U .S. perspective. So you bring a fascinating myriad of thoughts to this issue and you're right. My first question was how has this happened? How did the Israeli government, the intelligence services, Mossad known throughout the world for how lethal they are, for how well they conduct, for, you don't know what's going to happen until it happens and then this happens. And my thoughts were actually, if I was an Israeli citizen, I would feel fairly unsafe because that trust in those institutions seems to have gone. Is that a kind of a fair assessment? I think what led to this, this is a great lead into what led to this, because this is what happens when you take your eye off the ball. This is what happens when you start bickering with each other, forgetting that, and this applies to Israel and America, by the way, because we are experiencing the same type of division in America. But in Israel, for the last year, the Jewish people in Israel, the Israelis have felt such division. The country was so totally divided at each other's throat. They forgot that they are actually persecuted by everybody around them. Everybody around them wants their annihilation. And the Jewish people and the Israeli people in Israel forgot that you need to always be united when it comes to your security. I think their hatred towards Bibi Netanyahu, their hatred towards different aspects of government, the right versus the left, the left versus the right, the religious bloc versus everybody else. I think that division and remember I mean I heard even reservists were refusing to show up even to the reserve in the last year in Israel. So there was many problems leading to this. And this goes to show you that we are fighting an enemy who is determined to wipe Israel off the map. Just because Israel was distracted and the Israelis were distracted, bickering with each other over the court system, over the voting system, over the right versus the religious, versus the liberal, versus the left, and everybody's fighting amongst each other, Hamas did not lose sight of its goal. The Palestinians have never wavered in their hatred towards Israel. And no matter how much they bicker with each other, the Palestinians, they are united on one thing and one thing alone, and that is the killing of all the Jews and driving them into the sea. So what happened on October 7th was a wake -up call for Israelis. I think every Israeli that was living in Israel on that day, including those Jews who were visiting from all over the world, Because remember, you know, this was a holiday, Simchat Torah. Everybody was visiting with their families. They were celebrating the holiday in Israel. This is a time when everybody visits Israel. And I think this was a wake -up call for the Jews worldwide to realize anti -Semitism is real. It's not just little pockets here and there. Oh, maybe it's on the rise. I think what happened on October 7th showed all the Jews worldwide, including Israelis, that the people worldwide hate you, they are on the streets demonstrating all over the globe. Sydney, Australia, New York, Canada, whatever country, France, England, whatever country around the world, they are demonstrating against you. And this is why the Jewish people worldwide need to be united on one thing, and that is their security and preservation of their life, their faith, their state, their unity, no matter what happens, no matter how much they bicker with each other on other things, they should never take their eyes off of the security of the State of Israel. You're right, because no other country has to fight for their survival and be prepared at every, every single day. Can I ask about the response? So the response from the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been full fury, and rightly so. What is your kind of assessment as you look at that military response? Because it's a dangerous situation going into Gaza. And I think in the past, Israel have failed to deal with this. So, I mean, as you look at the military situation, how do you see that? I think good for them for showing up in force. I think this time Israel knows this is an existential threat. This is not just words like it used to be in the past. Look, Israel has never been in this situation before. I mean never Israel, before Israel when it was attacked it dealt with countries, you know, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, they were countries recognized on the world stage, right now Israel is dealing with Hamas which is a group of militia funded by Iran on the southern border and the northern border They're dealing with Hezbollah, which is not a country. It's a terrorist organization operating within a country. They have actually taken control of Lebanon, but Hezbollah is not a country and Hamas is not a country. But they are both funded by Iran, which is an Islamist country. Devoted for the wiping, for wiping Israel off the map and so good for Netanyahu for showing full force. Look, I am pro Netanyahu. because Netanyahu understands this threat. I'm not pro person per se whether in America or in Israel. So the people come and go, it doesn't matter who's serving in whatever position right now, they come and go. I started my organization Act for America in the United States, President George Bush was in power. Bush came and left, Obama came to power. Obama came and left, President Trump came to power. Got framed and left, President Biden is in power. In one year, we will no longer have President Biden in power and somebody else is going to come. So I do not look at the person in power. I look at the policies that they support and Netanyahu from the beginning all along throughout all his political career. He is a national security hawk. He is somebody that the enemies of Israel fear because they know they cannot push Netanyahu. They cannot manipulate Netanyahu. They cannot intimidate Netanyahu, the same way people throughout the world knew that leaders, corrupt leaders that they could not intimidate or or put fear into the heart of President Donald J. Trump in the United States. They did not know what he would do if he was attacked. And the same thing with Netanyahu. So I do support Netanyahu's full force going into Gaza. Good for him to doing that. And I hope that they will not have a ceasefire. Yes, there's a lot of destruction. Look, it's collateral damage. You know, Israel did not ask for this. The Palestinians asked for this. Remember, Peter, Israel left Gaza in 2005, and they took out every single Jewish person out of Gaza. I mean, remember the fights in Gush Katif when even the Jewish people did not want to leave and the Israeli IDF turned against its own people, kicking and screaming, dragging them out, taking them, evacuating Gaza in order to turn Gaza to the Palestinians. Israel not only took the Jewish people who were alive out of Gaza, Israel went in and dug the bodies out of the Jewish cemeteries of the people who were buried in Gaza because they knew what the Palestinians are going to do to the cemeteries. You and I know what they do. They have no respect for anything. So by the end of 2005, there were no Jewish people alive or dead in Gaza. Gaza could have been an oasis. Gaza could have been Singapore. The Palestinians had an opportunity after opportunity to build Gaza to become Singapore, to build Gaza to become a commercial centre. They have received billions of dollars from the world, but they did not do that. Instead, Hamas invested in building tunnels, billions of dollars that went into the Palestinian authority that Hamas siphoned. Their leaders got rich, they built tunnels instead of investing in their own people, and now they are paying the price. And that's exactly why you are seeing the level of destruction in Gaza, because Israel is not only trying to destroy the building above ground, the majority of the threat, the main threat is what's underground. And in order for you to destroy the tunnels underground, Israel has to use the force that it is using and we are seeing the level of destruction that we are seeing. And Israel has to see this through, ignoring all calls for ceasefire from anywhere else in the world. No one else in the world is calling for ceasefire, Peter. Lives in Sderot. Live in Jerusalem. They don't. So, they need to allow the people who live in these areas, who are under the attacks of Hamas, to be able to defend themselves. Of course you hear some from the international community saying those poor Palestinians living in Gaza, they're pawns of the Israelis, they are suffering under the Israelis, they have nothing, they live in a open prison and yet when you look at the international community, you're right the money that's gone in but also what has happened, I think, is a fault of the west, because the west have seen the people there living under Hamas and haven't thought of doing a thing about it. So, I mean, how do you see that? Because there are people there, but that narrative that, oh, it's all the Israelis' fault, and yet you're right. Those living there have had, certainly the government have had, every opportunity to build something special and prosperous. Look, Peter, everybody that's about, oh, the poor Palestinians, you know, Hamas is bad, but it's the poor Palestinians who are paying the price. Who do you think Hamas is? Hamas did not fly in through the breeze and latch on some tree or latch on some hospital. Hamas are the Palestinians in Gaza. They are a part of the Palestinians in Gaza. They are elected by the people in Gaza. You know, I speak in my first book titled Because They Hate. I talk about when Hamas did the first election in Gaza. Remember, Israel pulled out. They left everything to the Palestinians. So the Palestinians had their own election, their first election. One of the lady that was elected, her name was Om Nidal. She became known as the the Om Al Muqawama, the mother of the resistance. And the reason why she ran, the platform she ran on is because she has video. She sent three of her sons to die as suicide bombers. She actually, part of her campaign was showing videos of her standing next to her sons putting their suicide belt on. Sending them to Israel to blow themselves up and they did blow themselves up and they did die and they did kill Israelis. So she ran on the platform. I already gave three sons. I have another seven to give. That's why she was elected as a member of the government in Hamas. And that's just the first example in 2006. Who do people think Hamas is? Hamas are the Palestinians living in Gaza. And that's exactly why, you know, they teach Hamas controls the ministry of education. Hamas controls the ministry of health. Hamas controls the ministry of defence. Hamas control the ministry of communication. They control everything in Gaza. And who do you think works in these people? What do you think, Hamas are like five people that just parachuted into Gaza? They are all the Palestinians living in Gaza. This is the reality that the world has a very difficult problem time accepting. And here's another thing about the poor Palestinians. Where are the Palestinian voices that when the Hamas terrorists went into Israel on October 7th and kidnapped, okay, we do not want to get into the details about massacring the babies, cutting off the heads, raping women. Burning babies in ovens, etc., etc. Let's talk about the women and the children that they kidnapped and took back to Gaza. Where are the Palestinian voices saying you can't kidnap a six -month -old baby from his mom? You can't kidnap a two -year -old little girl. You can't rape women. We are mothers. We are wives. We are grandmothers We are women, you know, you can fight man to man, but you cannot rape women. You cannot kidnap children Where are the voices of the Palestinians mothers nowhere to be found as a matter of fact? What we saw was basically the girls that Hamas took as hostage, raped, and dragged as dead after they killed in the streets of Gaza, that girl was being kicked, shoved, dismantled, instead of the people saying, no, we don't do this to dead people, especially naked Jewish women being paraded down the streets. Instead, they cheered them on with such glee, with such pride. Even the Palestinians in Gaza who were part of the Hamas massacre on October 7th. I mean, who can forget the guy calling his father, Father, put my mother on the phone. You're going to be so proud. I killed with my own hands 10 Israelis. I just couldn't wait to tell you so you can be proud of me. Who are these people? These are the people of Gaza. These are the Palestinians in Gaza. This is a reflection of a decayed society from the inside. Their end goal is destruction. They celebrate murder and cutting people off and kidnapping people and raping people. They celebrate it as a joyful act. Not even the Nazis rejoiced like that. While the Nazis wanted to kill their enemies, they did not send their own children to die and then celebrated their death just to kill their enemies. The Nazis did not do that. The Nazis knew they were doing something wrong. That's why they did it in secret. That's why they shot people in the back so they don't have to look them in the eye when they kill them. It's totally different with the Palestinians. So for all the people who are crying about the poor Palestinians in Gaza, oh, the poor Palestinians paying the price, the Palestinians in Gaza are Hamas. You make your bed, you lay in it. Yeah, and it's shocking when you see that celebration of evil, the celebration of murder, the joy. It's moronic, really. Yeah. But also, when you were speaking, I was thinking, actually, there are probably many people in Gaza who know where these people are being held, these hostages, and yet there's no rush to free them or to release them. And the international community talks about a ceasefire, but release the hostages, then by all means we can have some kind of conversation, but the call of the international community is for a ceasefire. It's actually not for the release of the hostages at all. And that's really surprised me. Right, they want the ceasefire basically for the Palestinians and Israel should not have a ceasefire. Look, last time when Israel got into a war with Gaza and they had a ceasefire, Hamas kidnapped a soldier. To this day, he has not returned back to his family. That's what they do when there's a ceasefire. The international community who is calling on a ceasefire, for what? So Palestinians can escape, so they can leave. If the Palestinians can leave in four hours, which is now the pause that they're talking about, don't you think Hamas fighters can escape as well? And Israel knows this, the reality on the ground. You know, very different than the young American nitwits demonstrating on the streets, the college kids who do not know their own history in the United States, let alone the history of overseas and the Palestinian -Israeli conflict. And that's exactly why they take to the streets, they are demonstrating for the ceasefire. The ceasefire will hurt only Israel. And actually, instead of preventing bloodshed, it may prevent bloodshed in the short term. Long term, it's going to create even more bloodshed because it's going to empower Hamas. Hamas is going to dance a victory lap, hey, look, we forced the Israelis to cease fire. We are successful against our enemies. We are getting our demands. We get to keep the hostages. We don't have to give anybody back. And we get to have a ceasefire. And meanwhile, Hamas is going to use the ceasefire to move locations, to give a rest to their soldiers, to whatever it is, take a nap, move their ammunition, it all benefits Hamas, not Israel. And right now Israel needs to take care of Hamas, period. When you look over at the West Bank, you kind of see how, although it's supposedly the same Palestinian people group, and yet they don't have the same desire to murder or kill. There is that tension, of course, but actually it's amazing when you see two groups that call themselves the same, and yet one is hell bent on murder, and the other actually complains, but actually accepts that they are living beside a neighbour who they have issues with, but they get on with life. One side can get on with life, the other side can't, and that kind of contrast of the same supposed people group is quite intriguing. Well, here's the intriguing part. The people in Fatah and the Palestinians in the West Bank are looked at as a sell-out to Israel. They're not trusted by Hamas and the people in Gaza. And actually what's so interesting, Peter, is in the last six weeks. There is such infighting. This is what the media is not talking about. I think they are up now to 200 people killed in the West Bank, Palestinians on each other because the Palestinian people want the Fatah leaders to join Hamas the Palestinian people in the West Bank are now saying to each other, if you have a rifle, because you know a lot of them have rifles that they shoot at weddings and celebration. They're saying if you have a rifle you need to either use it or give it to Hamas. So don't fool yourself by thinking, oh, the Palestinian people in the West Bank are much nicer. The only reason they're much nicer is because they're not funded by Iran. They don't have a way to communicate with Iran to go kill the Jews. But rest assured, right now, they are empowered. They are inspired. They are excited. They are mobilized. They are thinking, how can we become like Hamas? How can we make a name for ourselves like Hamas? As the heroes, the brave, the Islamic fighters, instead of the cowards, the weak, the sell off to Israel. This is the talk on the Arab streets right now. And this is the talk on the Arab street, not just within the Palestinian territories, but throughout the Arabic world on the streets. Don't kid yourself. The Arabic streets are cheering Hamas because they all hate the Jews. It's not about the Palestinians. It's about hating Israel and hating the Jews. And I think a little history lesson here is very important. Remember, Peter. When the PLO was founded in 1964. When the PLO was founded in 1964, the Palestinian Liberation Organization, it was founded to wipe Israel off the map. At that time, Gaza was in the hand of Egypt with an Egyptian flag flying over Gaza, and the West Bank was in the hands of Jordan. A Jordanian flag was flying over al -Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. So when Yasser Arafat started the PLO, the Palestinian Liberation Organization. He was not liberating Gaza or the West Bank. Those were Jordan and Egypt. So what was he liberating? He was liberating back to the line of 48, Israel proper. They did not want an Israeli state to exist in the Middle East. But most people do not know their history. Most people ignore history. The history is boring. It's not interesting, but you know, somehow it's fashionable today in any country in the West. Not just in our country, not to teach history. History is boring, so they ignore it. But that's the reality on the ground. They want to wipe Israel off the map. Fatah is no better than Hamas. Fatah is just weaker than Hamas. Meanwhile, the leaders of both organizations, the leaders of Fatah and the leaders of Hamas, are all mega millionaires, multi, multi, multi millionaires, from all the aid that has gone to the Palestinian Territory. They siphoned it off to their pocket and it didn't go to the poor people who needed it. It went to their pockets with all their banks in Switzerland and in Paris and in London and everywhere else. They are all rich so they have a vested interest in keeping the charade going. You touched on that hatred of Israel and I mean I very much see this and the media don't talk about it in the religious context, in the hatred that Islam has of the Jewish people and that eternal enmity or hatred has been there for 1,300 years plus. Of course, no one wants to talk about that because then you've got another issue that you have to deal with. If this is just land, then you can discuss that and carve a bit here, carve a bit there. But I mean, that conversation needs to be had and that's why I think actually you do have a stalemate because you've got the history of hatred and the only thing that seems to make the Islamic nations happy would be wiping Israel off the face of the earth. Exactly. Jew hatred in context of Islam. This is the subject that nobody wants to talk about because it's very uncomfortable. You know, two things people do not want to talk about, politics and religion. And when you're talking about the religion of Islam, you are talking about politics and religion mixed in one. Islam is a political movement cloaked in religion. So let's talk about Islam. You know, we all heard about the yellow star and you know, and people think that was a German invention. The yellow star was an Islamic invention in the ninth century, in Iraq by Khalifa al-Mutawakkil, the second Khalifa of Iraq who invented the yellow star to identify the Jews as they walk down the street because Jews under Islam are considered nahas. Nahas is an Arabic world that describes Filth, bodily waste, dogs, those are considered nahas. Jews are in the same category. So the Khalifa al -Mutawakkil invented the yellow star to identify the Jews when they walked down the street. So when they were walking down the street, if a Muslim man was coming, the Jew had to cross to the other side of the street as not to dirty the Muslim man who was of higher status, clean who was walking this way. That's why they invented the yellow star. Germany, Hitler copied the yellow star because Germany was working with the Mufti Hussain in Jerusalem, who flew to Germany, worked with Hitler, shared with them what the Islamists did to defeat the Jews. And that's how Germany came up with the yellow star and used it. And as a matter of fact, Hitler had a Muslim division headed by Mufti al -Husseini of Jerusalem who was advising Hitler on how to deal with the Jews. Wow, but expand because obviously Hamas, even in the name, is what Islamic resistance movement, it is purely Islam. And you can't, no matter how much the international community wants to get away from that they can't. And of course that is the fear that that religious context pulls other nations in. That is obviously the big fear. Well, look, other nations know this stuff. Don't you think Jordan knows this stuff? Don't you think Saudi Arabia knows this stuff? Why do you think in Saudi Arabia, people like you and me cannot visit Al -Harabayn, cannot visit Al -Kaaba, cannot visit the Medina? Why do you think that is? Because we are considered filth. We're not allowed because we are Christians and Jews. We are not allowed to enter those cities. Not even Donald Trump went there when he visited Saudi Arabia. Nobody can go there unless you're a Muslim. So it's not that they don't know that stuff. It's we on our side who are pretending this stuff does not exist because we are uncomfortable discussing it because it makes us uncomfortable discussing it. Nobody wants to talk about it because nobody wants to create ripples. It's time. This is why we talk about why Islam needs reforming and why these moderate leaders need to stand up and speak up. But the moderate leaders only stand up and speak up out of fear of Israel and out of respect for Israel. Sadat signed the peace treaty with Israel, not because he loved the Jews so much, but because after the 67 war and the 73 war, they realized they cannot beat the Jews. And if you cannot beat the Jews, okay, you have to live with them. We might as well live in peace. He realized, I'm not gonna spend the rest of my days fighting with Israel. And that's why Sadat said, let's sign a peace treaty. Jordan did the same thing. Jordan followed, not because they loved Israel so much, Because they realized look we have been involved with war with Israel and 57 and 67 and 73. We're not gonna be able to win against them. They are there to stay we might as well have peace. Notice today after all the problems. This is where you are seeing now more writers in the Arabic press. Writing whether in Egypt and Jordan if we would have known Israel could be defeated. Maybe we shouldn't have signed the peace treaty with Israel. People, you know, I know Israelis want to be tolerated. They talk about tolerance all the time. Oh, tolerance, tolerance is a major thing in the Jewish language. I would much rather be respected than tolerated because people tolerate you only for so long as long as they have to tolerate you. But when they respect you, tolerance becomes a side effect of respect because they're not going to want to mess with you. And so this is why, you know, this is an issue that more people need to be talking about. And this is why we need to stand with Israel. We need to support Israel. Israel is truly the front line on this war against Western civilization. Israel is the pinnacle. It's the tip of the spear. We need to realize that Iran, which calls Israel the great Satan. Remember, Israel is the little Satan. We are the big Satan. We are the end goal. Israel is just in the way in the Middle East. Iran wants to establish hegemony, and Israel is just an eyesore in its shoulder. Tell me, because those countries around, and you obviously have an understanding growing up in Lebanon, you look at Lebanon and Syria being countries in chaos, obviously Hezbollah based up there in the north in Lebanon, but then you've got also on the other side the kind of the economic side that Israel have normalized ties with countries, trade links, and the relationships with Egypt and Jordan are probably better than they have been in the past. And then of course, you've got Iran being the outlier that anything can happen there, literally. How does that kind of fit in that closeness with some countries and not wanting tension because realizing that money talks and other countries that are in a mess and therefore anything can spring up and spark things further? Well, peace leads to economic prosperity. Right now, the reason why they are making money with Israel in Jordan and in Egypt and in Qatar and in those areas that signed, like Dubai, and those areas that were involved in the Abraham Accord as well that Trump was trying to put together and bring together. Peace brings prosperity along with it. And when you don't have peace, you don't have the prosperity. And right now, even though we're talking about prosperity and economic cooperation, how many Israelis do you think right now would dare walk in Egypt wearing their yellow star? Any street in Egypt. How many Israelis do you know right now can go or will go vacation in Jordan and wear their yellow star and walk down the street? Zero. Zero. You and I know the truthful answer to that question. Zero. So, people have economic prosperity and they have peace with you when they respect you, when they perceive you as strong. Thankfully, that is holding in Jordan, that is holding in Egypt. Hopefully, it's going to hold in other countries as well. The reason in Lebanon and in Syria and those other countries, they don't have peace with Israel is because they've got Iran supporting them fight Israel. You've got Iran trying to build another counter power to America in the Middle East. So Iran is working with Russia, which is supporting Assad in Syria. Remember, Russia propped up Assad in Syria and kept him protected. He is still here. What was the last time we heard anything about Bashar Assad in Syria? Remember five years ago it was all the news. He gassed his own people. Speaking of gassing his own people, How come we were not seeing demonstrations in the streets in every major city across the globe about the six thousand Muslims in Syria who were gassed by their own leader Bashar al Assad. Well, where were those demonstrations? What those lives don't matter? Only Palestinian lives matter? You know, yeah, the double standard is mind boggling, but the reason why Hezbollah is empowered, Syria is empowered is because they are funded by Iran. And they will continue to be funded by Iran as long as America has a weak president like senile Joe Biden or Obama before him, who empowered Iran, who sent pallets of money to Iran like Obama in the middle of the night in cash on pallets landed at the airport. Biden, right before this whole brouhaha, gave $6 billion to Iran that now we're trying to pause and put a pause on so they cannot touch it. Why? That's exactly how Iran can use the money to fund terrorism. When you have a president like President Trump, who basically had Iran almost suffocating, he had tightened the rope around Iran's neck so much with the sanctions, they were on the verge of collapse. But unfortunately, you saw what happens with the election in the United States. We have now senile Joe Biden sitting at the White House. And again, Iran is back being empowered, courtesy of the Democratic Party in the United States. Well let me ask you about that international community response because it's been initially intriguing watching all the voices come out in support of Israel because you can't do anything else when you see what happened on October the 7th. We've then seen the massive demonstrations, we have them every weekend here in London, all over the world, we see it on social media. And there's that pressure on governments and it's intriguing to watch, obviously Biden initially coming on in support of Israel. That goes against the Democrat party. There'll be tensions there. How do you see kind of all that playing out? Actually, can I answer the thing about Biden, you know, going and supporting Israel, you know, which was against the Democratic Party? Okay, let's be clear. Biden was not there to support Israel. Biden was forced Israel to invite him, Blinken, showing up immediately in Israel, sitting with the War Cabinet for seven hours, trying to convince them not to go into Gaza, forced them to invite Joe Biden. Joe Biden went there because Joe Biden knew as long as he is in the Middle East, he is basically Hamas's human shield, which will stop Israel from invading Gaza. As long as Biden was in Israel, Israel was not gonna go into Gaza. And the reason why Biden was there is to tell Israel, look, we're not going to give you or stand with you or give you the bunker buster bombs unless you agree on humanitarian aid to Gaza and to allow the humanitarian aid to enter. Biden was not there to support Israel. Biden was there to twist Israel's arm to agree to the Biden handlers, because Biden doesn't have a brain, it's whoever handling Biden, telling Biden that, you know, we need to send support for Hamas. We need to allow these trucks to enter and give gate to Israel. And they told Israel, we are not going to give you bunker busters unless you agree to that. Knowing that they had Israel by the you know what. Israel needed the bunker busters because that's the only way they can bomb the tunnels before they go into Gaza. They needed to be able to block and destroy those tunnels before they enter Gaza on the ground. And that's why Biden was there. Biden was not there because he loves Israel. He wants Israel to be strong. Biden was there for a reason, and the reason was more to benefit Hamas than to actually benefit Israel. We've seen the same from the media initially, as what else could you do, in these pictures from the seventh but then I've certainly witnessed a slow change certainly in the UK looking at the European media all focusing on, well these poor people they're simply living their lives, they're in a hospital that gets attacked by the Israelis and the suffering in the pictures and that's coming out and Israel have always had a PR problem in the media always and you see this beginning to come out again. Yes they still and they still don't know how to defend themselves even though they've got a Hasbara department you know we're willing to get together and give some tips to the Israeli government on how to defend themselves, on how to do PR but they don't and look I have sent emails to Israel I have personally I have appealed to the Israeli government to release the footage, the Hamas footage of the massacres that they have done. Israel has not released it yet. The world needs to see the images just like ISIS. You know, Hamas recorded their atrocities just like ISIS used to record theirs. ISIS used to send theirs to Al Jazeera and Al Jazeera gladly aired it of the beheading of the 20 Christian cops on the shores of whatever they beheaded them, or whatever, massacres, burning a guy in a tank, a pilot. I mean, remember, ISIS used to brag about these things, and Al Jazeera was glad to show all these images. On the other hand, Israel is reluctant to release the Hamas footage. Shooting the rape, shooting the cutting of a mother's stomach and getting the baby out. I mean, it is horrific images that the world has not seen yet. So this is exactly what gives the Palestinian a way out to saying, oh, it's ill horror. It's all hearsay None of this happened. This is all Israeli lies. Meanwhile Israel's killing all these Palestinians, which is absolutely not true. I mean the Palestinians who are the Ministry of Health are broadcasting information out the, exaggerated beyond exaggeration. I mean they're talking about that 30,000 people dead in Gaza so far and all the wounded and injured. Really? There are 3,000 hospital beds in Gaza. So where are the rest? Where are they? Show us images. Okay, so 30,000 people died. Where did you bury them? Where are they? Where did you bury them? I mean, you know, the numbers don't add up. The Gazans are not talking about how many Hamas soldiers have died. So far from the beginning of this war, we have not heard about one Hamas soldier dead. Really? With all the bombing, not one soldier dead? What about the heads of Hamas that died? Not one? We hear it from Israel when they kill somebody, but we don't hear it from Hamas. So we know the numbers are lying. Israel needs to come out and show the world the footage that they have, the monstrosities that Hamas committed against Israel, perpetrated against Israel. And I think if Israel does that, we will see a little bit of a change on the world stage with the sympathy. But Israel is not releasing those messages and all they're hearing is from the Palestinians saying this is all lies, nothing really happened. Otherwise Israel would have showed it. You know, Israel talks about beheaded children. We haven't seen anything yet. They've got to show it. And so that's the problem. And again, the media is always on the side of the Palestinians because the Palestinians scream and yell and talk about feelings while the Israelis are about logic. Israelis talk about legal stuff. You know, resolution, you know, UN article resolution 242, article one and two, they send you these big generals who speak with heavy accents, while the Palestinians, on the other hand, talk about. Oh, the poor old woman sitting in the hot sun in Gaza at a cross point for eight hours. She was about to faint and pass out because the bloody Israelis wouldn't let her pass. So the Palestinians talk about human suffering. They paint images with their words, while the Israelis talk about resolution 242, article one and two. That's how Israel loses the PR relationship, the PR relation. Let me finish off on kind of how this plays out. I mean, can you defeat Hamas? Obviously Netanyahu, this is his third time as PM. He has been a fixture on the Israeli political scene since what, the mid 90s? Probably before then, but Prime Minister since 96 in three spells. I mean, he's fighting for his legacy as well. And I'm wondering, it actually is, is it achievable to destroy an enemy that not only has absolute hatred for you, but also has spent so long preparing for this. And Israel thought when they pulled out of Gaza in 2005, they thought that's it. We're now out of this, but now they've been sucked back in. So, kind of as you look ahead, BB's legacy, but also is it possible to actually get rid of this neighbour that is always on the edge of attacking? You cannot get rid of an enemy that doesn't fear you. Back when Israel actually fought wars to win wars, not caring what the UN thought, not caring about the world media, back when Israel won 67, back when Israel won 73, the whole world was on the side of Israel. Israel fought a bloody war without caring what the UN thinks of Israel. So when Israel fought wars to win wars the people respected Israel when the new Israeli population started fighting wars thinking. Oh is the UN gonna like us? Oh my gosh. We know that you're gonna say bad things about us. Oh my goodness. What is America gonna think about us and the new generation wanted to live in a place? Oh, we don't want to fight wars anymore. We want to leave, you know. We want to have peace with them, this whole new weak generation who thought we can have peace with our enemies because, after all, we're all wonderful, and we all want to have a party, and we all want to go to concerts. And of course, Palestinian children would love to attend concerts as well. And of course, Palestinians want to live in peace as well. The Israeli side forgot what it's like. Because they had moved so far away from the Holocaust, they forgot how much people hated them. And when people hate you so much, I think this was a wake -up call to Israel to realize people really want to kill you, and not only kill you in Israel. They want to kill the Jews anywhere else in the world. They hate the Jewish people. When you see people in America screaming death to the Jews, when you see people in Australia screaming, annihilate the Jews, when you hear people from Europe on the streets, you know, less than 100 years since the Holocaust, screaming, kill the Jews. The Jewish people worldwide need to realize we have to create a country where we have to fight to survive, period. It's about us. It's not about anybody else. People in Australia do not want to kill the Americans. They're not saying kill all the Christians. They're not saying wipe the Buddhists off the map. They want to wipe the Jews off the map. So we need to defend ourselves. And so, for Netanyahu. Netanyahu's legacy is going to be, he fought as hard as he can for Israel. It's the weaklings in Israel who got so distracted and the little minutiae about whatever. And I'm not familiar with the politics inside Israel. You know, obviously I'm an outsider. I have no idea what they were fighting about. You know, we hear on the outside they were fighting over the judges and the judicial system, but obviously we're not members of the country. We do not know the intricacies of the inner fighting or the disagreements within whatever country. But when you look at the big scope, when you look at the world picture, at policies, like I mentioned to you at the beginning of this interview, I don't vote for a man, I vote for policies. Because like I said in the beginning of this interview, when I started my organization, George Bush was in power, Obama came to power, Trump came to power, Biden is in power, Biden's going to go, whoever else is going to come to power. I look at policies, not the man. The man going to come and go. And what Israel needs is a man who is willing to fight for the security and safety for Israel. Forget the name. Look at the policies. Are the policies good for Israel's survival? Is Iran going to fear an Ahud Barak or are they going to fear Netanyahu? Is Iran going to fear a lefty controller of Israel or as a right wing war hawk controller of Israel. You have to think through your enemy's eyes in order to secure your own safety. And so the only way Israel, Israel is going to be judged, not Netanyahu as a leader, but Israel, Israel's leadership in general, because Israel is a democratic nation and it's more than one man. It's a leadership. They elect their representative. And so Israel is going be judged whether the Jews took their eye off the ball and became too weak and too gullible to think they can have peace with people who repeatedly say, we hate you, we want to kill you and the Jews are not listening to those and they are not hearing the lessons of history, believe those who say they want to kill you because they usually follow through that's how history is going to judge Israel, not Netanyahu as a person, but Israeli leadership in general. Brigitte Gabriel, I love having you on. Your insights on not only Islam, but the region in the Middle East is phenomenal. I love the work that ACT for America do, actforamerica.org, one of the premier grassroots organizations in America that will show the viewers and listeners how to get involved and how to really make a difference. So thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you. Absolutely. Thank you for having me with you. And I encourage everybody, If you love Israel, if you agree with my point of view and the way I was discussing, please go to actforamerica.org and join us. We work on national security policy, and we believe Israel is a part of America's national security. That's how we were able to censure Rashida Tlaib. We led the charge in censuring Rashida Tlaib in Congress. We led the charge in isolating the support for Israel from the big bill in finance to make sure Israel gets the support. If you are a lover for Israel, please go to our website, actforamerica.org. Take action on our Act Now National. We have many bills right now to support Israel and the Jewish people and Israeli policies. Please take action. If you are an American watching us right now, anywhere in the world, please take action on our Act Now campaign and go to actforamerica.org. Thank you so much, Peter, for having me with you. It's always such a pleasure to be with you. I love having you on and it's perfect that you've left the viewers with something they can actually do because I think often people feel maybe powerless in situations and it's great that this, at the finishing this interview, they can go and they can go to the website and they can actually sign up and make a difference. So thank you for what you do and Brigitte, thank you for your time today. Thank you, my friend. Have a great day.
In this episode we get an overview of the 1988 Presidential election field of candidates. On the republican side the race has 8 candidates but it really is a battle between two: George H. W. Bush and Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole. There is also a new rising force that would play a major role in the campaign primaries and continue to do so to this day. It is the role of Evangelical Christians. their leader , televangelist Pat Robertson, would turn the Iowa Caucus on its head with a far stronger showing than anyone had predicted and hand Bob Dole the win and the lead finishing second and knocking Bush to third. George H.W. Bush would have to claw his way back into the race in New Hampshire and he would do it with some of the most skillful use of television ever produced. It would be a fight that would lead to an angry eruption from his vanquished foe on primary night. On the Democratic side, we see a little known Massachusetts Governor emerge after helping the early demise of a Senator who had widely been seen to that point as a rising political star for nearly two decades. Senator Joe Biden had been elected at the age of 29, and had risen in the Senate to Chairman of the Judiciary Committee. Michael Dukakis would see to it that it was a short lived campaign for Joe Biden, the first of possibly five Presidential forays the Senator has made on the Presidential level over the past four decades. We will also tune in on the campaign of Jesse Jackson, that really did shatter the race barrier for national elections, that would open the door twenty years later to the election of Barack Obama as President. It was 1988, a historic campaign year, that showed an entire generation of political consultants the rules to the game, of what to do, and what not to do, in order to win. They have been perfecting it ever since. Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!
Charlotte Church is full of surprises. An opera singer turned alt-pop star and political activist who's now turned to nature and sound healing. Famous at 11 with a no 1 album in the classical charts at 12. She celebrated her 15th birthday at the Grammys, sang for the pope, the queen and presidents including at George Bush's inauguration and even sat a GCSE exam at the White House. She has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide. Her fame was stratospheric but she always remained true to her roots.Since then, she has changed a lot, experimenting with music, hosting her own chat show on channel 4 and her famous club night Charlotte Church's Late Night Pop Dungeon as well as being a political activist, always under the scrutiny of the press and the public eye. Today, Charlotte and her family live in rural Wales where she is very connected to nature and runs a new wellness retreat called The Dreaming. She is as outgoing and fun as ever with an infectious laugh. Here, she talks to Annie about her ‘hardcore childhood,' her passion for activism and improving people's lives, why criticism is fuel, staying normal and how she learnt to cry again.You can book The Dreaming here: https://www.thedreaming.co.uk/Changes is a deaf friendly podcast, transcripts can be accessed here: https://www.anniemacmanus.com/changes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today we're revisiting a straightedge vegan eco-terrorist rap song from the early 2000s, Subjecting the audience to clips from the incredibly off-putting live-action 1980 Popeye musical starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall, Reading about DC staffer's shock and horror at their bosses' complicity of the Israeli assault on Gaza, And watching Facebook pages farm boomer engagement using AI-generated images Sign up at http://patreon.com/miniondeathcult for only $5/month and get 2 bonus episodes a week
Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 1003, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: The Toast Of... 1: The toast of this city is the piled-high honey toast that originated around its Shibuya Station. Tokyo. 2: The toast of Sydney was spread with this in the '90s by restaurateur Bill Granger and the dish became trendy in America. avocado. 3: The toast of Barcelona is often pan con tomate, one of the infinite variety of these Spanish small plates. tapas. 4: The toast of London may be topped with these, especially from a Heinz can, in a favorite British dish. beans. 5: The toast of Rome is often mozzarella on these, Italian for "little toasts". crostini. Round 2. Category: It Bears My Name 1: This one of the 13 colonies. Pennsylvania. 2: This landlocked South American country. Bolivia. 3: This home of the main campus of the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville. 4: This kingdom. Saudi Arabia. 5: These 2 states of Australia. Victoria and Queensland. Round 3. Category: Airborne 1: It figures that Otto was the name of the autopilot in this 1980 movie comedy in the clouds. Airplane!. 2: Tom Hanks and several FedEx packages survive a particularly bumpy flight in this film. Cast Away. 3: Nicolas Cage plays Cameron Poe, a prisoner with a heart of gold, in this flighty film. Con Air. 4: One of the President's own men is a terrorist when the title plane gets hijacked in this 1997 actioner. Air Force One. 5: Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick were both nominated for Oscars for this 2009 film. Up in the Air. Round 4. Category: A Century Of Food 1: A San Pedro, California packer first put this fish into cans in 1903; its casserole wasn't introduced until the '30s. Tuna. 2: George Bush vetoed this veggie 62 years after it was brought to the U.S. from Italy. Broccoli. 3: In 1949 Charles Lubin introduced a cheesecake with this name, his daughter's. Sara Lee. 4: Mr. Cardini's 1924 invention, it was called "The greatest recipe to originate from the Americas in 50 years". Caesar salad. 5: Reuben Mattus created this ice cream (and its Danish-sounding name) in the Bronx in 1961. Haagen-Dazs. Round 5. Category: Breakfast Time 1: Enjoy that muesli--I'll be having this Quaker Oats cereal that debuted in 1963 along with its sailing man mascot. Cap'n Crunch. 2: Nothing better than one of these classic donuts that shares its name with a venerable whiskey cocktail. an old-fashioned. 3: A traditional Japanese breakfast might include this soup made with the same-named soybean paste as well as tofu and scallions. miso. 4: How about a spot of this? Espresso with a thin foam of steamed milk, from Italian for "spotted". a macchiato. 5: This Hawaiian dish with a rhyming name is white rice topped with hamburger, a fried egg and gravy. loco moco. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia! Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/
The boys discuss hair transplants, the legitimacy of feng shui, and George Bush's masterclass. They then tackle the topic of favors across two columns and finish up with a double third seggy where we do a favor for the people who need it most right now (i.e. Taylor Swift fans). Article 1: When is it okay to help a disabled person?https://folks.pillpack.com/ask-ada-when-is-it-okay-to-help-a-disabled-person/ Article 2: Favor spirals into a complaint trianglehttps://www.washingtonpost.com/advice/2023/07/02/carolyn-hax-friends-favor-partner/ Third Seggy: Donation to the PCRF and Topical Tip for GaylorsDonate: https://www.pcrf.netTopical tip: https://www.reddit.com/r/SubredditDrama/comments/17hc8bd/members_of_gaylor_swift_a_subreddit_dedicated_to/
De Gaulle disait "Les États n'ont pas d'amis, ils n'ont que des intérêts", c'est encore vrai aujourd'hui, on peut constater à travers l'actualité récente et la hausse de l'or que le général De Gaulle avait raison. Le métal jaune se porte comme un charme, et depuis le 7 octobre dernier, début du conflit entre le Hamas et Israël, l'or a grimpé de 10%. Ce qui est le plus étonnant, c'est l'origine véritable de cette hausse de l'or. L'or a toujours été une valeur refuge en cas de guerre ou de tension, mais c'était moins le cas ces dernières années. La vraie raison de la hausse du métal jaune aujourd'hui, elle est plutôt à rechercher du côté des banques centrales qui achètent massivement de l'or. Et quelles sont les banques centrales qui sont les plus acheteuses d'or et qui donc provoquent cette hausse ? Ce sont des pays comme la Chine ou d'autres encore qui se méfient des Etats-Unis. Ces pays ont moins confiance dans le dollar que par le passé car ils ont vu constater de leurs propres yeux, si je puis dire, qu'avec l'Ukraine, les Etats-Unis n'ont pas hésité avec l'Europe à mettre en place des sanctions financières très dures contre la Russie et donc la Chine. Mais d'autres pays asiatiques et du Moyen-Orient, au travers de leurs banques centrales, ont très bien compris qu'ils doivent donc diversifier leurs réserves, leurs avoirs et leurs devises et donc ne plus tout miser sur le dollar. Et le métal jaune est la forme suprême de cette diversification. En réalité, tous ces pays ne rêvent que d'une seule chose c'est se libérer du dollar. Mais entre le rêve et la réalité, il y a une marge effectivement, car le billet vert reste encore et de loin, la monnaie la plus utilisée dans le monde. C'est donc ça l'économie ? Mots-Clés : ennuis, puissance économique, monde, Poutine, Taïwan, politique, président, George Bush, fils, axe du mal, Iran, Venezuela, Joe Biden, exportations, pétrole guerre, Israël, Hamas, géopolitique, bombe, nucléaire, rhétorique, pro palestinien, péril, assurance-vie, Perse, échecs, Pakistan, Corée du Nord, realpolitik, Premier ministre, Belgique, président, République française, philosophe, Chamfort. --- La chronique économique d'Amid Faljaoui, tous les jours à 8h30 et à 17h30 sur Classic 21, la radio Rock'n'Pop.
On Wednesday's Mark Levin Show, Mitch McConnell is a throwback to the Gerald Ford era, and Chris Christie and Chris Sununu are throwbacks to the George Bush era and are not examples to emulate, unlike Ronald Reagan. The Democrat party is extremely vulnerable on the issue of abortion, especially when they want more extreme abortion legislation than Roe v Wade ever was. Republican billionaires are not as patriotic and conservative as they used to be, while Democrats have billionaires like George Soros who will pour in endless money to flood the air with ads for their candidates. There should be a House oversight committee looking into George Soros and his deep investment in the Democrat party, corrupt liberal media groups like Media Matters, and groups that are anti-Semitic and anti-Israel. We need to fire up the Republican base and build up momentum and excitement for candidates, but the RINOs do not want to unite behind these types of candidates. Republicans blowing off Ronald Reagan as an example is like Democrats blowing off FDR, because Reagan is by far the most successful president, and his elections should be studied and replicated. Also, Mark speaks with Donald Trump Jr. about bypassing companies that want to censor Conservative voices so we don't have to support woke corporations and fund the Marxist indoctrination of our children. Later, Mark is joined by Fox News host and author Brian Kilmeade to talk about his new book, Teddy and Booker T.: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality. Enjoy Mark's most recent Election Special: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Remember, you can watch the Superpowers for Good show on e360tv. To watch the episode, download the #e360tv channel app to your streaming device–Roku, AppleTV or AmazonFireTV–or your mobile device. You can even watch it on the web.Devin: Amanda, what do you see as your superpower?Amanda: When Josh first reached out to me, he graduated from NYU Stern Business School. He brought in a few of his middle school friends. I was actually very self-conscious because I didn't really know anything about business. I didn't have a business background or anything like that, but I realized pretty quickly that my superpower is not necessarily the financial, logistical, the minute hard skills but more of the soft skills, more of the way that I relate to people, the way that I can understand people, the way that we're working with teenagers.Devin: Amogh, what do you think is your superpower?Amogh: I think my superpower lies in the fact that I am young, and I drive youth empowerment, youth leadership.Devin: Gavin, what is your superpower?Gavin: I wanted to use my superpower and engage students. So actually, with the organization I helped with, with their first-ever networking workshop. So, I show students how to use LinkedIn, how to send messages to politicians, industry professionals.Years ago, I had Joshua's Heart Foundation's founder, Joshua Williams, on the show to talk about his remarkable organization. At the time, he was a young teenager and had already been at work feeding people who were hungry and food insecure for nearly a decade. When he launched the effort, he understood he was creating a movement to feed those who need help but likely didn't fully appreciate the more radical impact he was having by empowering children and teenagers to lead.Recently, we reconnected, and he introduced me to some of the young people who lead the effort today.Amanda Aviles serves on the newly constituted National Advisory Board. Members of the board are Joshua's Heart alumni volunteers scattered around the country. Some participated with Joshua as peers in the earliest days when their little hands and arms couldn't carry much food but when their minds could immediately grasp the impact of providing food to someone who needed it.Gavin Poore and Amogh Baranwal are both in high school. They are members of the Junior Advisor Board, which has the primary responsibility for leading the organization. They are two of the day-to-day leaders.Both trace their roots in the organization back in time for years. Amogh shared his recollection of volunteering at age six:The one memory that I have that has always stuck with me is that when I was in line, we used to have people come to us, and we would shop with them like a grocery store, so they would get to choose exactly what they wanted to take home. A family came with another six-year-old, and this was the first time I had seen someone who looked like me–we're the same age, we might have gone to the same school, or we might have had similar life experiences at that age. When I gave his family that box of food, I saw his smile brighten up. I was shocked. Something that I take for granted. I never think, “When's the next food going to be on the table?” Or when the next family dinner is going to be. It's something that just happens.So, to see someone my age see so much joy from something that I took for granted really opened my eyes to the many problems that many people face–even at six years old. So, it is cool to tell people that I started volunteering when I was six, but it's sad to know that there are six-year-olds who didn't get that same opportunity because of the circumstances they were put in. So ever since that day, I have been grateful for our Foundation for giving me these opportunities and allowing me to experience giving back firsthand.His story represents well the experiences of other young people who volunteered regularly with Joshua's Heart. The truly remarkable things about the nonprofit founded by a four-year-old may not be the people it feeds but the leaders it builds.AI Episode Summary* This is an interview with three young people involved with Joshua's Heart Foundation: Amanda Aviles, Gavin Poore, and Amogh Baranwal.* Joshua's Heart Foundation was started in 2005 by a young boy named Joshua who had a passion for feeding the hungry.* The foundation's primary mission is to fight hunger and engage and empower youth in that fight.* The organization is facing the challenge of keeping its founders and early participants involved while preserving the youth-led nature of the organization.* The organization is split into three parts: core volunteers, a junior advisory board, and a national advisory board.* Amanda Aviles believes her superpower is her ability to connect with people and understand them, particularly younger individuals.* Amogh Baranwal believes his superpower lies in his youth and the ability to empower and inspire other young people.* Gavin Poore sees his superpower as youth engagement, helping other young people find their voice and engage in positive change.* The organization can be supported through donations, and volunteers are accepted, but mainly from the South Florida area.* The best way to stay in touch with the organization is through its website and social media platforms, particularly LinkedIn.Guest ProfilesAmanda Aviles (she/her):Director of Strategy, Joshua's Heart FoundationAbout Joshua's Heart Foundation: Joshua's Heart Foundation (JHF) was founded in 2005 in Miami Beach, Fla. by Joshua Williams when he was four years old. Joshua's Heart is dedicated to the fight against global hunger and poverty. JHF is a 501(c) (3), not-for-profit, youth-run organization, which empowers needy people to improve their quality of life by providing necessities like groceries and personal items. JHF also effectively engages and educates youth on committing to fight hunger and poverty on a global basis.Website: joshuasheart.orgTwitter Handle: @joshuasheartInstagram Handle: @joshuasheartCompany Facebook Page: facebook.com/joshuasheartfoundationBiographical Information: At 12 years old, Amanda Aviles participated in her first food distribution with Joshua's Heart and fell in love with the foundation. She became a regular volunteer and later joined the first Junior Advisory Board, a board of youth volunteers charged with overseeing food pantry operations. Today, Amanda serves as the Director of Strategy, proudly advancing a new youth-led model and establishing a mentorship network for JHF members as they grow their volunteer base and open more food pantries around the country.Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/a-aviles/Gavin Poore (he/him):Head of Finance, Joshua's Heart FoundationBiographical Information: Gavin Poore is a high school senior from Hollywood, FL. A member of the JAB and Head of Finance, he has a deep-rooted passion for youth engagement and activism. Gavin loves working congruently with others to develop real, white-glove solutions to reduce friction within societal pressures. Gavin is interested in the worlds of business and law, striving to gain opportunities that add to his already versatile skill set.Amogh Baranwal (he/him):Chair of the Junior Advisory Board and Head of Outreach for the Foundation, Joshua's Heart Foundation Biographical Information: Amogh Baranwal is a current senior at Pembroke Pines Charter Highschool serving as the Valedictorian for the current graduating class. His academic accomplishments are synonymous with his passion for health advocacy, youth empowerment, and sustained social work. He has been a volunteer for Joshua's Heart Foundation for 11 years, starting his volunteer journey when he was 6 years old. He serves as the Junior Advisory Board Chair and heads the Outreach Branch of the foundation, which consists of Intel, Partners and sponsors, Social Awareness, and recruitment teams. From leading Youth Advocacy Conferences for thousands of youth to going to our Nation's Capital in Washington, D.C. to lobby for change regarding malnutrition during the terms of women's pregnancies, he has used his love for charity and justice to make change. He recently was honored by President George Bush's Point of Light Award, acknowledging his multifaceted approach to combating change through both charity and bipartisan advocacy and being a point of light in the world. Most recently, he was also named the Outstanding Youth Philanthropist of the Year in Broward County & the greater Ft. Lauderdale area. This past summer he spent around 2 months at Florida State University doing intersexual genetic variation research and he plans to pursue a M.D. / M.Ph. (Doctor of Medicine and Master of Public Health) where he can help bridge the gap between the political, medical, and social worlds. Twitter Handle: @amoghbaranwalPersonal Facebook Profile: facebook.com/amogh.baranwal.3Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/amogh-baranwal-7b335a229Instagram Handle: @amoghbaranwalSuperpowers for Good is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Superpowers for Good at www.superpowers4good.com/subscribe
For our entire careers the US budget deficit has hung over markets like the sword of Damocles. It was a political issue in 1992 when Bill Clinton beat George Bush, a victory enabled by Ross Perot siphoning off Republican voters with his warnings of fiscal catastrophe. Under Clinton we briefly ran a budget surplus, part […]
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We open this episode looking back at the hostage release just after President Ronald Reagan was sworn into office in January of 1981. It was a moment of deep relief for the entire country and former President Jimmy Carter deserves much credit for the the tireless way he worked to insure it would happen just as he was leaving office. President Reagan made it a point to allow Carter to fly to Germany to greet the hostages. Then we move on to March 30, 1981, a date which shook the city of Washington D.C. and the entire nation. It was a day I remember vividly, for when I got home from school the television was running nonstop with coverage of the assassination attempt on the life of President Ronald Reagan. Reagan had just completed his speech at the Washington Hilton to the AFL-CIO and was headed back to the Presidential Limousine when shots rang out. John Hinkley Jr, a deranged young man, in love with actress Jodi Foster, shot four times gravely wounding White House Press Secretary James Brady, also hitting Thomas J. Delahanty a D.C. Policeman, and Timothy McCarthy one of Reagan's Secret Service Agents and also hitting the President. What ensued was both our government's finest hour and several moments of chaos. In this episode, we tell that story and let you relive the moment as it happens, in real time, as we see the White House Pressroom give confused answers to questions, as the Vice President is being flown back from a trip to Houston , Texas. We also see the forceful presence of a main character of our show's past re-emerge in General Alexander Haig who would step up to calm the nation and end up committing political suicide instead. It is a fascinating story at crisis point moment that would change the Reagan Presidency and the Reagan - Bush relationship, from two former foes working together for the betterment of the nation, with some level of apprehension, to relationship that would blossom into a full friendship between the two leaders of our country. Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!
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In this compelling episode of 'Adams Archive' with Austin Adams, we dive deep into the recent eruption of conflict between Hamas and Israel, ignited by a shocking attack at a music festival. However, this isn't just a retelling of events; it's an attempt to comprehend the emotional and historical weight of the Israeli-Palestinian territorial disputes. Austin steps back from the rapid-fire conclusions and reactions of the media to present a well-researched understanding of the situation, from its deep-rooted religious aspects to the modern-day power struggles. Questioning the prevalent narratives, Austin refuses to merely echo popular sentiment. Instead, he encourages listeners to think critically, challenge widely accepted stances, and arrive at informed opinions. Join us in this essential exploration as we seek truth amidst the chaos. Join the conversation and think beyond the headlines with 'The Adams Archive'. All the links: https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Substack: https://austinadams.substack.com ----more---- Full Transcription Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we are going to be discussing the war that has just broken out between Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. and Israel. Now, this has been something that I've been sitting on for a few days. I believe the original attack, which happened at a music festival happened a little over about five or so days ago now. And I sat and didn't say a word. And the reason that I did that was because so many people were so quick to call for war. So many people were so quick to give a Pretty strong position for something that they likely didn't have historical context on and I didn't want to be one of those people I was somewhat familiar with this particular situation in Palestine and the difficulty that was going on there for a while due to the Um, Israel basically, um, you know, we'll get into the context of it, but, but to me, it was, it was a hard topic to discuss because so many people were so emotionally charged and anytime that you see. emotions extremely high after a singular event with very little information coming out, and the media calls for war, you have to stop and think, do we, or can we trust the organizations that are giving us this information? Um, can we trust that the people of influence who are calling for war have our best, best interest in mind, or are they being potentially paid? So when all of that comes up to me, I wasn't educated enough to speak out initially. So I paused, I went dark on social media, since this happened until today, and didn't give my opinion that much because it was very heated. But today I will. Today, we'll dive into the historical context of the. Israeli Palestinian Dispute of Territory. We will dive into the religious context of the land that they occupy. We will dive into the current events and the terrorist attacks and the retaliations that are happening between Hamas and influencers. And we'll question the narrative, as you always should. So, today will be a little bit more serious episode, but I appreciate you being here. Uh, I value you more than you ever know, and I hope you realize that I'm not just gonna come on here and say whatever, whatever I think I should say based on where some people may or may not think I fall within the political spectrum. So, you got the wrong guy. Alright? Alright, so today. Alright, so today. We're going to jump into the Palestine and Israel. Let's jump into it. The Adams Archive. So if we realized, if we realized one thing over the last four years, it's that when Everybody on social media, everybody on mainstream media, all of the celebrities, all of the political organizations, all of the, uh, Historically corrupt politicians, all of the the same people that were pushing the same things that we knew have been going on for the last four years that were not in our best interest when all of these people are pushing the same narrative, the same talking points. The same, something should be going on in your head, right? When everybody out there is saying the same thing, ringing the same bell over one to two specific talking points at a singular time, it's time to stop. It's time to question the narrative and it's time to do your due diligence. And that's what I did. Okay, now where I'm going to start this podcast off is by giving you the historical context and not from myself. I'm actually going to pass the microphone to Lex Friedman, who just dropped a podcast today, where he discussed some of the historical context. Um, I want to do this justice. Um, he did a, a podcast that was three hours with Jared Kushner and they got together and this was the opening that they had that I thought was pretty concise surrounding what is the actual issues that we are discussing here. All right. So let's go ahead and listen to that. And then we'll walk through some of these articles that I'm seeing or that I pulled up for us here. So here we go. And now, dear friends, here's Jared. Krishna did a lot of this conversation before the Hamas attack on Israel, and we decided to sit down again and finish the discussion to address the current situation, which is still developing. If I may allow me to summarize the situation as it stands today, it's morning. Monday, October 9th, on Saturday, October 7th at 630 AM Israel time, Hamas fired thousands of rockets into southern Israel. The rocket attack served as cover for a multi pronged infiltration of Israel territory by over 1, 000 Hamas militants. This is shortly after at 740 AM. The Hamas militants went door to door in border towns, killing civilians and taking captives, including women and children. In response to this, Israeli Air Force began carrying out strikes in Gaza, also fighting on the ground in Israel to clear out Hamas militants from Israel territory and preparing to mobilize Israeli troops for potential ground attack on Hamas in Gaza. Now, of course, this is what it appears to be right now. And this Along with other things might change because the, the situation is still developing. The IDF is ordering civilian residents of Gaza to evacuate their homes for their safety. Benjamin Netanyahu declared war in several statements and warned Israelis to brace themselves for a long and difficult war. Just today, Israeli ministers ordered a quote, complete siege of. Gaza interrupting supplies of electricity, food, water and fuel from Israel to Gaza. As of now, October 9th, the death toll is over 1200 people and over 130 hostages taken to Gaza by Hamas. So As I said, the events are rapidly unfolding, so these numbers will sadly increase, but hopefully our words here can at least in part speak to the, the timeless underlying currents of the history and, uh, as you write about the power dynamics of the region. So for people who don't know, Gaza is a 25 miles long, six miles wide strip of territory along the Mediterranean sea. It borders Israel on the east and north and Egypt on the southwest. It's densely populated about 2. 3 million people. And there's been a blockade of Gaza by Israel and Egypt since. 2007 when Hamas took power. I can just summarize that Hamas is a Palestinian militant group which rules the Gaza Strip. It originated in 1988 and it came to power in Gaza in 2006. As part of its charter, it's sworn to the destruction of Israel and it is designated by the United States, European Union, UK, and of course Israel as a terrorist group. So given that context, what are your feelings as a human being? Uh, and what is your analysis as the former senior advisor to the president under the Trump administration of the current situation in Israel and Gaza? So I think you did an excellent job of summarizing a lot of the the context but Watching what's unfolded over the last 48 hours has been truly heartbreaking to see We're still in the early stages of what's developing but seeing the images uh on x of um You know, militants, uh, terrorists going door to door with machine guns, gunning down innocent civilians, uh, seeing beheaded Israeli soldiers, seeing, uh, young, 20 year olds at a rave, uh, dance party to celebrate peace, uh, with, uh, militants flying in and then you know, shooting machine guns to, to kill people indiscriminately, uh, seeing, uh, young children, uh, captive and, and held prisoner, seeing 80 year old grandmothers, a Holocaust survivor also being taken captive. Uh, these are just images. and actions that we have not seen in this world since, uh, 9 11. This is a terror attack on the scale of which, uh, we have not seen, and it's been incredibly hard for a lot of people to comprehend. Um, my heart goes out, obviously, to, uh, all of the, the families of the victims, uh, to... So what I'm gonna look for here is there's a couple spots within this episode that I believe might be of a bit more value to you. Um, before we get, uh, into listening to everybody else's opinions, I just want the facts, right? Um, so let's go and jump to 10 minutes and 28 seconds in and see what they have to say about the families of those who are helping. And power will make the right decisions to paradigm you about the journey towards this historic progress towards peace with Abraham, of course, but first on this situation to step back and some of the history, uh, is there things about the history of Hamas and Gaza that's important to understand what is happening now? Just your comments, your thoughts, your understanding of Hamas. I think you did an excellent job, Lex, of really giving the summary. Just a couple things maybe I'll add to it is that Hamas was originally founded from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, which is a group that's caused a lot of issues in the region. Um, they've, uh, they've attacked Israel many times in the past. There's a lot of discussion about how Israel, uh, is an occupying power. Well, in Gaza in 2005, they withdrew from all the land and then they say Israel's an apartheid state. Well, Israel then gave governance of the region to the Palestinians. And then what's happened is, is the Palestinian people's lives have now gone down, not up since then. Uh, I will say that under, uh, Hamas's leadership, uh, in, in Gaza. The people have suffered the most are the Palestinian people and I see I've I've watched cries throughout my time in government from people saying, we want to see the Palestinian people live a better life. I agree with those people. I think that the Palestinian people in Gaza are essentially hostages in. Uh, in Gaza, you have basically 2. 2 million people that are being held hostage by 30, 000 Hamas, uh, terrorists, and that's really the problem. And I would just encourage people to, uh, to push their attention and energy in this moment and their anger towards Hamas. Those are the people who are killing innocent civilians, who are, uh, murdering indiscriminately. And those are the people So you can hear him almost everything that he's speaking to his emotion, he's not kind of the again, this is Jared Kushner's not not speaking to the history where he was asked the history. He's not speaking to it. So let's jump over here. And let's see how this is summarized where it says The region known as Palestine has been inhabited by various people over millennia. By the 1800s and early 1900s, nationalism grew among both Arab, Palestinians, and Jews. Jews faced persecution in Europe and sought a homeland, leading to the Zionist movement. Many Jews began migrating to Palestine, then part of the Ottoman Empire, and later a British mandate after World War I. The Balfour Declaration, which is very important when we're discussing this, issued by Britain in 1917 expressed support for a national home for the Jewish people in Palestine. This raised concerns among Arab Palestinians about their rights and future in the land. After World War II and the Holocaust, there was increased sympathy for Jewish survivors and greater support for the Jewish state. In 1947, the United Nations approved a partition plan, which proposed dividing Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states, with Jerusalem under international administration. However, tensions escalated, and in 1948, the State of Israel was declared, and Arab states intervened, and the 1948 Arab Israeli War ensued. So, Israel expanded its territory beyond the UN partition plan, and hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were expelled their homes. So Israel expanded its territory beyond the UN partition plan, and hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were expelled from their homes. That's where it starts to get complicated. Right. Since then, there have been several wars and uprisings. Key events include the 1967 Six Day War, where Israel captured the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and Sinai Peninsula in Golan Heights. The 1973 Yom Kippur War, Arab states launched an attack on Israel. The 1987 and 19, er, and 2000 Antifa Dadas. Palestinian uprisings against Israeli occupation. And then in 1993, the Oslo Accords, which was an attempt at peace, establishing Palestinian self governance in parts of the West Bank and Gaza. So the main issues of the conflict include borders and territory. The status of Jerusalem considered holy by Jews, Muslims, and Christians, the rights of Palestinian refugees, Israeli settlements within the West Bank, and security concerns from both sides. So that's a really fundamental. breakdown. It says attempts at peace have been made, but lasting solutions remain elusive. Both sides have experienced sufferings and losses and narratives vary based on perspectives. It's a deeply sensitive and multifaceted issue and we've just scratched the surface. Interesting. So if we start to break that down, what do you think the comparison, right? And this is what, what my position at this very point is, is. Specifically to kind of my position is to educate myself, right? Everything that we just talked about there is not something that I remember deeply studying, right? It's something that is very, what people use the word nuanced, which is kind of pissing off the people who are just pro Israel all the way. Um, but it is nuanced, right? It is a complex issue and there are. Valid points to both sides, essentially what that explained to you is that the, um, within Palestine, their land was taken over and, and declared as Jewish territory by Britain. Then when Israel became into power in 1947, when they approved the partition plan. Right. Dividing Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states, Israel started to push that border closer and closer to Palestine and started to continue pushing out Palestinians. And so that's caused a lot of tension, including the four or five things that we just discussed. Now, when we look at both sides of the argument, the Israeli perspective is historical and religious connections. So Jews have an ancient historical and religious connection to the land, dating back thousands of years to biblical times. The Jewish Diaspora maintained this connection during their long history of persecution. Now, the next part of that is modern Zionism and right to self determination, this says. Given centuries of persecution culminating in the Holocaust, many Jews believe in the necessity of a Jewish homeland for their safety and self determination. Which, sure, that's a Maybe understandable, but maybe not at the demise of a completely settled culture, potentially, right? It says legal mandate supporters point to the Balfour Declaration and the subsequent League of Nations mandate as international recognition of the Jewish right to establish a homeland in Palestine And then security concerns. Due to hostile neighbors and multiple wars, Israel emphasizes its right to security. This includes control over certain territories deemed strategic for defense. And then terrorism. Israelis are concerned about attacks on civilians, rightfully, by Palestinian militant groups, underscoring the need for stringent security measures and military responses, right? That's where we've started to hear the words, open air prisons consistently regarding Palestine, basically saying that. Palestine or the Gaza Strip has walls built around it, not allowing anybody from the Palestinians to exit those walls. They can't leave their, their 140 mile strip of land without. Approval from the Israelis, or if they try to, apparently there's been many, many responses that were lethal leading to hundreds, if not thousands of deaths over this time period. So these people feel as if they're imprisoned. They feel as if their land is being encroached upon, that they're being forced out of their homes. And that is why you have these radicalized terrorist groups enacting terrorism. So, when everybody's pushing to say we're pro Israel or we're pro Palestine, there's a common denominator that everybody, I believe, agrees on, which is that nobody is pro Hamas with any sense to them. All of the actions that have happened have been completely and utterly horrible. Now what we get into, and what we will get into a little bit later, is that it really breaks down to Two main events, some of which I have questions around, but we'll get to that in a little bit Let's look at the Palestinian perspective It says historical and continuous presence Palestinians emphasize their continuous presence in the regions for centuries and the majority Status in modern times prior to the large scale Jewish immigration of the 20th century, right? They lived there They say they've been there their families their grandparents their great great great grandparents all lived in Palestine and now The Jews were given a piece of paper that says you can go take over their land and they didn't like that. It says displacement and Nakba, N A K B A. The 1948 war led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians known as the Nakba or catastrophe. Many Palestinians demand the right to return to their homes or compensation. The next point it makes is occupation and human rights. Palestinians oppose Israeli occupation on the West Bank and the blockades of Gaza, viewing them as violations of their rights. They demand statehood. Based on pre 1967 borders, East Jerusalem, Palestinians see East Jerusalem captured by Israel in 1967 as the capital of a future Palestinian state and highlighted significance to Muslims and Christians. Now, when people think of Palestine, it's a lot of people are just so specifically associating it with Muslims because of Hamas. But that's not the case. There's, I believe, 20 percent of the people that live in Gaza are Christians, right? So we have to make that distinction. This is not specifically and only related to religious backgrounds. It also has to do with, mostly, according to the Palestinians, territory disputes, right? And the fact that they believe that they've lived there, they've always been there, and you shouldn't just be able to hand a piece of paper to somebody and say, Hey, you can go take over their land. It says both narratives have deep emotional, historical, and political Elements. Many on both sides seek peace, but the question remains how to reconcile their respective narratives and aspirations. Thank you. Chat GPT. So based on that, now we have some of the historical background when we're talking about Israel and Palestine, right? Which is really what this conversation is about, but maybe it shouldn't be. Right. Maybe we're, we're harping too much on those historical backgrounds. And maybe Hamas who's enacting these horrible atrocious acts should just be obliterated off of the face of the earth. Maybe now what I think is a better perspective is understanding that again, once you realize that when the mainstream media, I'll say it again, the mainstream media, celebrities, Western governments, historically corrupt, consistently war calling politicians. Are all saying the same exact thing at the same exact time, all calling for extreme violence from saying there's a good guy and a bad guy, and here's who the bad guy is, and you should absolutely believe this is who the good guy is. Maybe. You should question the narratives. Maybe you should sit back before deciding to throw on a frickin football jersey and throwing a Ukraine flag on your head, or throwing a Palestinian flag on your head, or throwing an Israeli flag on your head. As you guys know by now, I am anti war. I enacts... Or, or intends to enact violence against you or somebody that you love. But when we're talking about the military industrial complex, it's generally not about the surface level conflict. And that's why when we get into some of the other things that we're going to discuss here, like the very first attack during the assault of Gaza, right. During that. Rave the the music festival, whatever was happening when we look at that and we say there was 230 or so people I believe was the final number of people who died from that event horrific terrible and Hamas was the one who enacted it But the question that I have is, how many times have we gone into a war under false pretenses? How many times have we seen the news articles saying weapons of mass destruction, right? Even when everybody's comparing this to 9 11. What percentage of the American public looks at 9 11 and puts a big question mark around who enacted that and why, right? We go back to the picture of George Bush throwing the airplane at the Jenga towers. A lot of people have some questions about 9 11 and a lot of people believe that it may have been an inside job, a false flag conducted on Americans by America or by three letter agencies or by our government or by the military industrial complex in order to convince Americans to send their children to die in a war. So when we look at this singular event, the one that set it all off, the one that we've seen videos of over and over again, 230 people died. But that does not mean that we don't question the narrative. That does not mean that we don't put a question mark around it and maybe sit and wait and ask some questions. Like, who is set to gain from this? Who is responsible for this? And should we immediately... Now, again, this is not sympathizing with Hamas. If you kill innocent civilians, you should die a horrid, long death, especially if they're women and children. So, unequivocally, very clearly, I do not support any of the actions that have happened here. But what I will say is, That we should, that doesn't mean that we blindly have faith in the mainstream media that has deceived us over and over and over again over the last 100 years. That doesn't mean that we have blind faith in whatever it is that they're telling us just specifically because they pissed us off because America is built off of patriotism and love, right, at least at the civilian level. In understanding that there is good and there is evil in this world and when there is evil that it should be destroyed and I don't disagree with that, but I am going to say that historically. When we go to war, which we very well may very soon, one of my biggest concerns about what's going on in Israel and in Palestine right now is that the U. S. intervention may or may not lead to a act within the United States, either enacted by the terrorist organizations that is enacting them in Palestine and in Israel right now, or potentially potentially. By the same people who enacted 9 11 in order to get us to go to war, and I'm not talking about the alleged pilots, I'm talking about the shadowy individuals who potentially crafted those actions behind the scenes in order to convince you and I to go to war. So my concern is for sure. We very well may have terrorists who crossed our borders while Joe Biden was bumbling and eating ice cream and sniffing young children's hair that are terrorists that are here today, that are in our communities, that are, that are calling for acts of war against Americans who are sitting, waiting, ready to make their move. The second they're called upon to do so. One very valid concern. My second concern. Is that Even if that is not the case, it is so easy to enact one act of terrorism under false pretenses as a false flag to convince you and convince I and convince everyone else in the United States that it is in our best interest to immediately engage in this war. And it doesn't just stop there. The second we step in. Iran will step in, right? Guess who was just having a meeting and exchanging handshakes with China just months ago? Palestine, right? You look at everything that's culminating here, right? You look at the same narrative playing again, that now we very well may be leading ourselves blindly shouting, asking for a world war, calling for it from the top of our lungs on social media over two events. One being what happened at the music festival and two under the fog of war. We have had articles that have come out saying, well, and let's, let's go back. Let's go back to one, one being what happened at the music festival. Now the times of Israel said that in Egypt, spy chief warned Netanyahu of the Gaza assault and was ignored. Now, the Prime Minister is actively denying that, but it says Abbas Kamel, the powerful head of Egyptian intelligence, warned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 10 days before the attack. In that report, Kamel, or Kamel, K A M E L, warned Israel that something unusual, a terrible operation was about to take place around Gaza. Kamel said reportedly aghast at Netanyahu's passivity. Upon hearing the report and there was a second article that came out that says Egypt Egypt intelligence official says Israel ignored Repeated warnings of something big Cairo official says is real Israel focused on West Bank instead of Gaza Egypt spy chief Said to warn prime minister of terrible operation. So there's your first one now. There's questions about that, right? We question the false flag narrative now. I threw out some some Polls today on Instagram and I'll kind of walk you through what those results were. My phone's dead So I let's see if I can pull it up here actually What I asked people was whether or not, yeah, it's gone. Um, what, what I asked people first was, do you have a strong opinion? Do you have a strong opinion in this war about one side or the other? Right. What I'm trying to gauge there is, is how many people are, are pro this or pro that, right? How many people have a horse in the game? How many people are wearing a jersey? I believe it was a little bit over 50%. So they had a strong opinion one way or the other about the war. The next question I asked was, are you pro Israel? Are you pro Palestine? Or, if you answer no to the above two, are you simply anti Hamas, and then are you something else, none of the above? The overwhelming majority, well, it was about 38 percent said they were pro Israel. Only about 4 percent of people said they were pro Palestine. 32 percent of people said they were anti Hamas, and did not identify as pro Israel. And then another 30%, or whatever the math is there, identified as. None of the above, which I found to be interesting, right? Because that's my position. I am not pro Israel I believe that there is certain specific aspects of this that should be addressed I don't think the right way to address those things is by killing innocent civilians Like Hamas is doing but that doesn't mean that I'm pro the the I'm not taking a side in in the overall underarching issue here. I will absolutely condemn people committing acts of terrorism, but I fall into that category. I'm not pro Israel. Again, I'll say that. I am not pro Israel. I am not. Pro Palestine. What I am is anti terrorism. What I am is pro questioning narratives. What I am is pro shutting up, being quiet, and letting things play out so that we can get out of the fog of war. Because as we know from Ukraine and Russia, how many articles, how many claims, how many videos ended up being video game footage? It's like how much propaganda will the war machine push out in order to convince you to beat the war drum and call your children to war, to enable them to enact a false flag on our own soil, to convince you that it's in our best interest to either spend our tax money or spend our children's blood to go to war with a country 7, 000 miles away from us over a territory dispute. That we have nothing to do with. They are playing all of our emotions. That is my position. And I won't allow it. I will, however, say that the acts if true, and if not conducted under false pretenses or under a false flag or under propaganda, are true. In the way that they are saying, then yeah, absolutely obliterate a terrorist organization all for it, but I'm not going to say in this territory dispute that I'm pro Israel. I'm not going to say in this territory dispute that I'm pro Palestine and a good way that I've heard this, uh, a good correlation to this, not a correlation, but a good analogy was when it comes to the Native Americans and the English settlers, right? It's like. If England shows up on your shores and decides to take over all of your land and you're a Native American and shove you into these small little settlements with people with machine guns standing around it saying you can't leave, and also we control your gas, electricity, and water consumption. And then those Indians, being somewhat savage, go and start scalping people as a response. It's like, yeah, maybe don't scalp people, but also maybe don't overthrow people from the land that they've lived on forever and expect no response. It's like there's no good position within the like, yeah, don't behead people. Don't commit acts of terrorism. Don't kill civilians and rape women. Also, don't displace massive populations via force and imprison them in small locations and expect them not to respond. And that's just such a controversial position to hold right now. And again, I'm open to being wrong. I've been wrong before. You guys know it. And I'll tell you when I'm wrong. But right now, I just in this territory dispute in this religious dispute, whether you're on the Jewish side, and you say it's a religious biblical conversation, or dispute, and you're on the Palestinian side and saying, Hey, dude, I've just I've fucking lived here for 400 years, a thousand years. Maybe don't throw me out of my house. It's like, it's all bad. None of it is good. Now it's really not good to commit acts of terrorism. But again, then you have to go back to questioning the narrative because why now, why now is everybody deciding that today is the day that we just accept wholeheartedly. Everything that is coming out of the mainstream media. Well, CNN said it, so it must be true. Fox News said it, so it must be true. It's like, why now? Why are we deciding today that everything that they say is true, when just three weeks ago, two weeks ago, everything they said was believed to be bullshit? Why are we not questioning narratives when we're being literally emotionally manipulated at the most fundamental and primal level, trying to say that, you know, they're doing this to children and this to women and this to, you know. It's like, yeah, if they are doing that, I agree. Blow them off the face of the earth. As long as you're not also killing women and children in the process. But... If we know anything, it's that the media lies. Influencers try to influence, and nobody knows what the fuck they're talking about, usually. Right, so that gets me to the next story. The next story being the, what came out a day or two ago. There was a journalist who said that When she was leaving an area, and I'll get you the name of her, um, cause I had her pulled up here, um, her name is, let's see, hmm, her name, Nicole Zedek, Z E D E K, for I 24 News. Now what she reported, is that there was 40, 40 babies had been found. In Kahar Aza, and some had been beheaded. It's not a war. It's not a battlefield. You see the babies, the mother, the father in their bedrooms, in their protection rooms, and how the terrorists killed them. It's a massacre. So the I D F major general Atia rou, who told the outlet at the time, the bodies were discovered. Now, Nicole Zdech claims that they chopped the heads off of children and women. And that comes from somebody who said, sorry, that was David Ben Zion. She allegedly, Nicole, overheard somebody, a soldier saying that that's what happened. Now, it doesn't sound like she saw it for herself and she's been constantly questioned about this. Now, the reason, and you're like, Oh my gosh, how could you question this horrific act? It's like. Again, this isn't a new playbook, right? You go all the way back to George Bush and, and getting us into the Gulf War, I believe it was, right? The incubator babies, right? Here's a clip that I found on that, if you don't recall that. Here it is from 15 years ago. August 2nd, 1990. Iraq attacks Kuwait, claiming the Kuwaitis are slant drilling into Iraq's oil fields. U. S. President George Herbert Walker Bush pushes for a land war against Iraq. But, polls show the U. S. public is split 50 50 on that idea. Then comes this eyewitness testimony before a congressional committee from a 15 year old Kuwaiti girl. The claim is she cannot be identified for fear of reprisals. While I was there, I saw the Iraqi soldiers coming to the hospital with guns. They took the babies out of the incubators, took the incubators and left the children to die on the cold floor. The U. S. public is outraged. The result? Support for land war zooms. It's a turning point. Desert Storm is launched. 135, 000 Iraqis are killed. An estimated 1 million Iraqis, many of them children and old people, then die as a result of 10 years of sanctions. One small problem. There never were any incubator baby deaths. Not one. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's investigative flagship program, The Fifth Estate, reveals the girl to be the Kuwaiti ambassador's daughter, given her lines and coached in acting by the giant American PR firm, Hill and Knowlton. It's one phase in a 10 million joint U. S. Kuwaiti campaign of deception. This man is lying. I, myself, buried 14 newborn babies. That had been taken from their incubators. This man is lying. They had kids in incubators, and they were thrown out of the incubators so that Kuwait could be systematically dismantled. There were a lot of people who participated in a conspiracy. Yes, an out and out conspiracy of fake organizations, false documents, fraud, and disinformation. So, if a new man named Bush is in the White House and helps engineer a brazen deception in order to achieve global geopolitical goals as well as domestic and personal ones, It wouldn't be a first, would it? Great question. It wouldn't be a first, would it? So when you understand that that was all built off of a lie, it starts to make the narratives that we're seeing look a lot like a playbook. Of what went on to get us into previous wars with similar types of organizations So when i'm saying question everything i'm not saying that these things aren't true I'm, not saying there's no possibility because there's horrible people who do horrible things and we've talked about them before right, they usually just wear suits and not, uh, you know garbs, but However the point in this is that Don't just run blindly and call for war from the United States, right? There was the one of the polls that I did was do you believe that the United States will go to war to help? Israel there was between fit. I put it as 0 25 percent 50 percent and then 100 percent likelihood 64 percent of people said 100 percent 27 or something like that said 50 percent it was like 12 percent said 0% So more than 80 percent of people think that we're going to get pulled into this war. Now with the second question I asked on the back of that one was, do you think the United States should go to war? 90 percent of people answered, absolutely not. 80 percent of people believe that we will go to war. 90 percent of people believe that we shouldn't. And you have to realize the power of storytelling right when when they weaponize these types of stories these outrage stories against you and against I and build these narratives and have these in excitable enticing politicians telling these stories. You have to still, even under the emotions, even under the frustration, even under every bit of me that would love to just rip apart whoever would do that to a child. Every fiber of my being, I would love nothing more than to be locked in a room with somebody who did that to a baby and see what I could do to them. Every part of me. But again, that doesn't mean that we don't have to have a level of skepticism and level headedness. We're really starting to see shifting or sifting through the the influencers and narratives who is blindly going to follow the machine and who's going to At least continue their skepticism when it's ours, the, the, you know, I say our side, you shouldn't have a side when it's not the extreme liberal left pushing the narratives when it's the conservative right, when it's the, the libertarian party, when it's the, you know, when it's the people right of center who are starting to bang this war drum, it's amazing to me how many conservatives were anti war for the last seven, eight years. It's amazing to me And all of a sudden are calling for women and children to, to, or are calling for the men and the women of our country to go to war on behalf of Israel immediately without any confirmation of the atrocious acts that are being peddled as these stories, right? So quick to call for war. So quick to say that we should be backing Israel. So quick to say that yes, send our military operators over there to do what they do best. There is a profitable machine, a highly profitable machine behind war. And allegedly some of the congressmen were investing in war stocks just prior to this breaking out. That's interesting. So here is the woman on Buck, Clay and Buck show discussing this. Skepticism around the babies. Now, another layer of my skepticism around this baby decapitation situation is the fact that Netanyahu came out and said that they were beheading soldiers today. If it was completely confirmed 100 percent with validated evidence that this happened, why would he not also say that about the children, the babies, the toddlers that they're talking about here? Because all it does is add to his agenda. So if that is not true, or at the very least, it has not been completely confirmed with evidence outside of these one to two. Decently far left reporters, um, why, why would he not say that? So to me, that just adds another layer of skepticism around this story. Now, again, I, I can't tell you, I, I'm not just going to, I'm not going to continue backpelling. You already know my position. It's horrible. It's terrible. If it's true, but ask questions. That's my whole position on this entire thing. Right? And again, if these terrorists are doing these things, yeah. Destroy them. But that doesn't mean that Israel is right in this land dispute. And it doesn't mean that Palestine is right. It's, it's just too complicated. And I'm not the guy to solve that for you. Right, and honestly, I'm not the guy to give you the full history on all of this. There's other podcasts that you can listen to that are much more suited to that than I am. But, um, what I will tell you from a normal guy's perspective who likes to maybe take a... level headed approach to crazy issues like this is that always have a level of skepticism when it comes to calling for war. Because there's so much money and it's usually not from one of the sides that's fighting it. These are banker's wars. And there's actually a great breakdown of the banker's wars. Um, let's see if we can find any of these. It says all are all wars bankers wars. I believe there's a long long discussion About this from a let's see if I can find it. Hmm. There was a good Instagram called truth Truth behold or something like that that posted all the parts of it But I'll, I'll find it and I'll, I'll post it somewhere for you guys. Uh, but it's called Banker's Wars and, uh, I believe it's some sort of documentary for you. So hopefully that helps. Um, but all wars are Banker's Wars is essentially the idea. All wars. When we talk about the, the, the elite banking families of the world, the people that own the Raytheons, the BlackRocks, the Vanguards, they own all of it. These elite bankers, you know, their names by now, if you're listening to this now, there was even a, a. More interesting, uh, post on Instagram that I saw somebody post, which related, uh, Palestine, or I'm sorry, Israel, to the Rothschilds family, which said, let's see here if I can get it, here it is, it said, Baron Edmund de Rothschilds, the scion of the Rothschilds family, is the biggest individual stockholder in the Israel corporation. Which has invested roughly half of his 10 million overall in the state. After Edmund's death, his son's James de Rothschild's instructed PICA to transfer most of its land in Israel to the Jewish national fund. And on December 31st, 1958, PICA agreed to vest its rights to landholdings in Syria and Lebanon to the state of Israel. After Baron de Hirsch died in 1896, the Hirsch founded Jewish. Colonization Association, ICA started supporting the settlement of Palestine and Baron Rothschild's took an active role in the organization and transferred his Palestinian land holdings as well as 15 million francs to it. In 1970, Bank Kalal A Rothschild's family business in Israel increased its business volume by 80 percent to the amount of 137 million Aira, however you pronounce their finances. Um, so very interesting. Uh, another report that comes from finbold. com says that members of Congress purchased war stocks ahead of the Hamas attack in Israel. Another post that I found interesting, this was by ThatPatriotMom. On Instagram, stated problem, reaction, solution, round and round like a hamster wheel. This is the oldest trick in the book into manipulating the masses. There is a reason we are funding both sides of this conflict and I'll continue with that post in a second because she did a great job. We funded this. We gave Iran 6 billion. Right. You want to talk about problems that we should be solving. The problems that we should be solving are not 7, 000 miles away from here. The problems that we should be solving are at our borders, maintaining border security so that terrorists don't come here and do the things that these news companies are saying they're doing there. The problems that we should be solving here is the fact that Joe Biden gave 6 billion to Iran, which essentially funded this terrorist campaign in a prisoner swap, which they gave us. No money and an equal amount of prisoners. Right? I'm pretty sure I played that clip here. The problems that we should be solving is the fact that we funded and basically essentially created Hamas. Just like we did ISIS. Just like we did basically all of the other terrorist organizations to go against the larger enemies that we have. In fact, there was a, let me pull this article up for you guys, an ex CIA analyst. And this comes from RT. com an ex CIA analyst said 100 percent he is sure that Hamas is using US supplied weapons. Again, one more time for you, ex CIA analyst is 100 percent sure that Hamas is using U. S. supplied weapons. It says, Washington is expected to prioritize aid to Israel and put conditions on continued funding in Ukraine. Now I saw a meme that had rockets shooting up from one side and rockets shooting up from the other side. And it said, U. S. taxpayers and U. S. taxpayers, right? We are literally funding both sides of this war, and there's certain organizations and corporations who put our politicians in the power who are profiting off of it. So when you look at a casualty rate of 230 people, 230 people dying for a corporation to make tens if not Hundreds of billions of dollars of your tax dollars or the silent tax dollars, which is inflation over time because the federal, the Fed prints money in order to fund these things because we owe money. We don't have any money, right? So it says Hamas is using U. S. supplied weapons. To attack Israel, even, and I'll pull this up for you, Um, Hamas is using US supplied weapons to attack Israel, even as Washington prepares to step up military aid to West Jerusalem, former CIA analyst Larry Johnson told RT on Monday. He said, It's probably 100 percent sure that the weapons were supplied by the United States, Johnson opined. Opined? Opined? O P I N E D? Interesting. Is that the act of having an opinion? Huh, new word every day. And you guys are along for the ride to see how much of an indeed I am. Explaining that the only question was whether the Palestinian government's or militant groups weapons had come from U. S. supplies diverted from Ukraine, Afghanistan, or the Palestinian Authority. In the West Bank, noting there were no effective controls on the billions of dollars of arms and military financing funneled from the U. S. to Ukraine in the last two years. Johnson observed that even weapons supplied by Israel to Ukraine might have made it back to Hamas via the black market, suggesting the war unfolding in Gaza will tell us how extensive some of these weapons supplies have been. Huh. It says the conflict will also force a reevaluation of Washington's blank check to Ukraine. The ex analyst predicted Congress is going to insist that Israel gets put at the front of the line and that Ukraine's going to go to the back of the line. It's also going to embolden and make happen inspections and accounting in order to deliver to allow Ukraine to have any more weapons. Now that's interesting, right? It's like as soon as the money tree starts to dwindle for Ukraine, all of the sudden this massive war breaks out overseas. And just a fun fact for you, just one fun fact for you is that since World War II, we have funded Israel more than any other country in the world to the amount of 158 billion total. Fun fact for you. All right, let's see what else that we got here in some of these files I pulled up. Let's let's finish her, her, her comment there. It says this letter written in. On 8 15 of 1871, from high ranking Freemason Albert Pike outlined three world wars that would usher in the New World Order. It is debated whether or not this letter actually existed, but considering how accurate it seems to be, I will just put it out there for you to read and use your own discernment. The First World War must be brought about in order to permit the Illuminati to overthrow the power of the Tsars in Russia, and of making that country a fortress. Of aesthetic communism, the divergences caused by the agent tour or the agents of the Illuminati between the British and Germanic empires will be used to foment this war at the end of the war. Communism will be built and used in order to destroy the other governments and in order to weaken. The second world war must be fermented by talking about taking advantage of the differences between the fascists and the political Zionists. This war must be brought about so that Nazism is destroyed and that the political Zionism be brought enough to institute a sovereign state of Israel and Palestine. During the Second World War, which is exactly what happened, by the way, during the Second World War, international communism must become strong enough in order to balance Christ, Christendom, which would then be restrained and held in check until the time when we would need it to be the final social cataclysm. The third world war is the plan to bring Satanism into the mainstream and is detailed in my slides. Let's find that full letter. It says 815 1871 Albert Pike. I bet you we can find it. 815 1871 Albert. All right. Here we go. Here is the letter and it's coming from Lightshipministries. org And so it says it seems to the new world order Starts when people lose confidence in governments it is the feet of iron and clay as in the book of Daniel and Revelation 7 18 and Unfold or 7 into 18 unfolding before our eyes Interesting. For a short time, this letter was on display in the British Museum Library in London, and it was copied by William Guy Carr, former intelligence officer in the Royal Canadian Navy. And it reads what we just read about the First World War, right, was that it was, um, to permit the Illuminati to overthrow the power of the Tsars in Russia and making that country a fortress of aesthetic communism. Check. Um, the divergences cause the agent tour of the Illuminati between the British and Germanic empires will be used to foment the war. Check. At the end of the war, communism will be built and used in order to destroy the other governments in order to weaken the religions. So students of history recognize the political alliances of England, on one side, and Germany on the other, forged between 1871 and 1898 by Otto von Bismarck, co conspirator of Albert, Albert Pike, were instrumental in bringing the First World War. Okay, we talked about the Second World War, which says that after the Second World War, communism was made strong enough to begin taking over weaker governments. In 1945, at the Potsdam Conference between Truman, Churchill, and Stalin, a large portion of Europe was simply handed over to Russia. And on the other side of the world, the aftermath of the war with Japan helped to sweep the tide of communism into China. Now here's where it says, the Third World War. The Third World War, according to this Illuminati... Nostradamus, in 1871, says the Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by the Agentur of the Illuminati between the political Zionists and the leaders of the Islamic world. The war must be conducted in such a way that Islam and political Zionism Right? Islam being the modern Muslim Arabic world and Zionism being the state of Israel mutually destroy each other. Meanwhile, the other nations, once more divided on this issue, will be constrained to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual, and economical exhaustion. We shall unleash the nihilists. And the atheists, and we shall provoke a formidable social cataclysm, which in all its honor will show clearly to the nations that the effect of absolute atheism, origin of savagery, and of the most bloody turmoil, then everywhere the citizens obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries will exterminate those destroyers of civilization and the multitude disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits Will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine. of Lucifer brought finally out in the public view. This manifestation will result from the general reactionary movement, which will follow the destruction of Christianity and atheism, both conquered and exterminated at the same time. Interesting. So since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, world events in the Middle East show a growing unrest and instability between Jews and Arabs. This is completely in line with the call for a third world war to be fought between the two and their allies on both sides. This third world war is still to come and recent events show us that this is not off. I wonder when this article was written. Well, it was before 2018. This was written in 2006. This article talking about this. Wow. Hmm. Very interesting. I want to see if we can get a copy of this full writing because that would be interesting. Hmm. So one website that this is pointing to is three world wars. com. And it says three world wars, tracking the progress of the planned three world Wars, I wonder when this was last updated because it looks pretty damn old and it looks like some shitty Website that you probably should question However, that doesn't take away from the validity that this person is essentially Figuring out exactly what they were going to do almost ten years ago now, right seven years ago Hmm an introduction or an introduction to conspiratorial history Albert Pike's plan for World War three Yeah, this website's not good at all. Um, let's look and see if we have, if maybe if at least has the documents. Now this looks better over here a little bit, um, 3worldwars. com slash Albert Pike 2. Um, and this says, continue from, uh, uh, Part 1, who was Albert Pike? So he should just be Albert Pike slash Albert Pike. It says, very few outsiders know about the intimate plans of Albert Pike and the architects of the New World Order. In the 19th century, Albert Pike established a framework for bringing in the New World Order based on a vision revealed to him. Albert Pike wrote a blueprint of events that would play themselves out in the 20th century with even more of these events yet to come. It is the blueprint for which we believe unseen leaders are following today, knowing early or not to engineer the planned third and final. World War, Albert Pike was born on December 29th, 1809 in Boston and was the oldest of six children born to Benjamin and Sarah Andrews Pike. See how long this is. Okay, I won't make you guys read it yourself. That's not too long. Um, let's see. Is there anything of value in here? Uh, he studied at Harvard and later served as a Brigadier General of the Confederate Army after the Civil War. Pike was found guilty of treason and jailed, only to be pardoned by fellow Freemason President Andrew Jackson. Interesting. So there's evidence. April 22nd 1866, who met with him the day the next day at the White House. On June 20th, 1867, Scottish Rite officials conferred upon Johnson the Freemasonry degrees, and he later went to Boston to dedicate a Masonic temple. Pike was said to be a genius, able to write, read, and write in 16 different languages, although I cannot find a record anywhere of what those languages were. In addition, he is widely accused of plagiarism, so to take a pinch. So take that with a pinch of salt At various stages of his life. He was a poet, philosopher, frontiersman, soldier, humanitarian, and philanthropist, a 33 degree Mason. He was one of the founding fathers and head of the ancient accepted Scottish Rite of free masonry. Being the grand commander of North American Free Masonry from 1859 and retains that position until his death in 1891. In 1869, he was a top leader in the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Wow. Now what you have to know about this is all of it can be like, they have all of these logs from all the Freemasons, um, that kind of like outlines who did what, when. So there is ways to corroborate this evidence. Incidentally, Freemason. RE itself was a fascinating subject and I could devote an entire website to that. Right. Okay. Thank you. Pike was said to be a Satanist who indulged in the occult, and he apparently possessed a bracelet, which he used in CO to summon Lucifer with whom he had a constant communication. He was the grand master of a Luciferian group, known as the Order of the Palladium or Sovereign Counsel of Wisdom, which had been founded in Paris in 1737. Uh, Pauladism, P A L L A D I S M, Pauladism has been brought to Greece from Egypt by Pythagoras in the 5th century. Interesting. And it was the cult of Satan that was introduced to the inner circle of the Masonic lodges. It was aligned with the Palladium of the Templars. In 1801, Isaac Long, a Jew, brought a statue of Baphomet, or Satan, to Charleston, South Carolina, where he helped to establish the ancient and accepted Scottish Right. Long apparently chose Charleston because it was geographically located on the 33rd parallel of latitude. Incidentally, so is Baghdad. And this council is considered to be the mother supreme council of all Masonic lodges in the world. Interesting. There's a monument. A confederate brigadier general as a lawyer, writer, see if there's a monument somewhere for him. The statue stands on a pedestal near the foot of Capitol Hill between the Department of Labor building and the Municipal building. Very interesting. Very, very interesting. Lots more to be read there. However, so there's the third world war letter that breaks down exactly saying that it's going to be caused in this exact manner. That's pretty wild. I haven't read up on that at all.
In this episode we look back at the end of two campaigns in 1980, the Democratic race between Senator Ted Kennedy and President Jimmy Carter and then the end of the general election between Carter and former California Governor Ronald Reagan. It was one of the most exciting races in modern American history and it was, almost until the end, much closer than history has portrayed it. The Democratic race was a bitter fight and that bitterness would linger for decades after the race was over. As we show you in this episode Ted Kennedy would, after delivering his famous concession speech, stall coming to the hall to congratulate Carter, leaving the convention organizers stuck for nearly a half hour, stalling the dropping of the gavel in order to get, what is commonly called in the political world, the money shot, of Ted Kennedy and Jimmy Carter together on the podium to present a unified message for the country. They finally got the picture but John Chancellor of NBC News summed up the obvious, "Ted Kennedy is there but he didn't look happy about it" Then we move on to the closing days of the race. Jimmy Carter was actually still in a close race with Ronald Reagan. It took literally into the final days for an agreement to be struck for a the one and only debate between the two men to occur. It was then in the final minutes of that debate that Ronald Reagan asked the historic question that would undo the Carter campaign, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" It resonated with the public and with hostages in Iran, an economy struggling, and inflation high, the Carter campaign collapsed. In 1980, Ronald Reagan would be elected the 40th President of the United States of America, and George Bush would be his Vice President. Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!
Today, we're thrilled to share another entertaining chat with previous guest and friend of the podcast Ben Solem. Ben, a truck driver at a local city public works, takes us on a journey through his daily life, where he finds hidden treasures in the most unexpected places. From a Honda four wheelers to computers, Ben's job is certainly never dull.Ben's unique perspective on his work makes this podcast is much more than a garbage talk. He enlightens us about the rules of dumpster-diving and shares hilarious incidents from his work route. We also explore the challenges he faces on the job and the surprising satisfactions he derives from it. This episode is a beautiful reminder to appreciate the hidden heroes in our community, like our local garbage workers.We Don't Think Like You podcastA'vyzion and his friends discuss their favorite shows and worldly topics unfiltered Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyTwisted Bitch Cattle Co Get 10% off a bitchin hat with code ONTAP10Buy our merch Supply the beer and help the boiz create content by grabbing some merch from our storeMuff Waders Discount Get yourself some really high quality drinking spenders. Use code ONTAP for 10% off!College Peep Show Merch Check out CPS gear and use code: ONTAP for 10% off your orderDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.This episode is brought to you by Twisted Bitch Cattle Company. Check out their website and support us by supporting them!
Guest Bio: Chriscynethia Floyd is vice president and publisher of Our Daily Bread Publishing. Her more than twenty-year career spans both secular and Christian publishing, where she has served as a vice president in sales, marketing, and editorial for organizations such as Simon and Schuster Publishing, HarperCollins Christian Publishers, and David C. Cook. She leads and collaborates with a talented group of editors and publishing professionals. Together they work to fulfill the mission of Our Daily Bread Ministries—to make the Bible's life-changing wisdom understandable and accessible to all. Chriscynethia is a classically trained singer and has traveled the world performing for such dignitaries as Desmond Tutu and President George Bush. When not with her ODBP team, Chriscynethia loves attending arts performances and being outdoors. Show Summary: The book of Ecclesiastes tells us that there is a time for mourning and a time for joy. What do we do when we're in mourning? How do we handle the feelings of despair? Today's guest, Chriscynethia Floyd, will share with hosts, Elisa Morgan and Eryn Adkins, how she overcame her pits of despair with the help of her loving friends and the guidance of God. You don't want to miss her story during this conversation on God Hears Her. Notes and Quotes: “..And I've just been blessed. I mean, it [my singing] truly is a gift God gave me, and it's the gift, I think, that brought me out of all of that despair.” - Chriscynethia Floyd “It's true…the voice gave me a voice, being able to speak up for myself, being able to speak up for others.” - Chriscynethia Floyd “...I do believe that the way that I was surrounded by my colleagues and my friends… is just one of the reasons that God moved me in this direction.” - Chriscynethia Floyd “What I love about doing what I do is, one, being able to help people grow closer to God and to engage with the Bible. But also for those folks who have longed to write, or give voice to what they know God has placed on their hearts.” - Chriscynethia Floyd “Our mission…is to feed the soul with the Word of God…that's our mission for publishing at Our Daily Bread Publishing. And we want to make room for people to receive and read, and to reflect and respond to the Word… the ideas that it draws people closer.” - Chriscynethia Floyd Verses: Ecclesiastes 3:4 Links: God Hears Her website: https://www.godhearsher.org/ God Hears Her newsletter sign-up: https://www.godhearsher.org/sign-upsfmc Subscribe on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/god-hears-her-podcast/id1511046507?utm_source=applemusic&utm_medium=godhearsher&utm_campaign=podcast Our Daily Bread Publishing: https://ourdailybreadpublishing.org/ Elisa's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elisamorganauthor/ Eryn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eryneddy/ MB01N7GVMQDX04N
The third day of the Republican National Convention of 1980 was arguably the most exciting political day I can ever remember in my over 40 years of involvement in political life. It was also arguably the most historic. As a nine year old child, I was absolutely glued to the broadcast of the convention as it all unfolded on national television. Ronald Reagan and former President Gerald Ford were locked in intense negotiation behind the scenes as to how to get a Reagan - Ford ticket. All the political heavyweights of the era were weighing in on the chances that Ford would indeed get the deal he wanted to be a Co-President and help Ronald Reagan win the Presidency. This, of course, left George H. W. Bush out in the cold. It really looked like his political future was about to be snuffed out after what had been a remarkable primary run. All into the evening, in primetime, rumors circulated that the Governor and the former President would soon be coming to the hall. Then suddenly CBS News had Gerald Ford on the air talking about the deal he was ironing out with the Reagan campaign. He would demand to have unprecedented powers in the Vice Presidency, that Ronald Reagan would have to share the title he was on the verge of winning. All while a dejected George and Barbara Bush watched on television and drinking a few drinks to dull the sense of emotional let down. However, Ronald Reagan was watching the broadcast too and he wanted none of a co-presidency. Suddenly, out of the clear blue sky the phone rang in the Bush suite, answered by James A. Baker , it was Governor Ronald Reagan on the line for Ambassador George Bush and by the end of that phone call it would be Bush on the ticket with Reagan, The first of six out of seven national Republican tickets that would feature one of the members of the Bush family on it. Making this night not only one of the most exciting but also one of the most important evenings of the 20th century, all broadcast live on television. As reporter Susan Page has said "It looked like the end but it was , in fact, the beginning" in a long dynastic run by the Bush Family. Questions or comments at , Randalrgw1@aol.com , https://twitter.com/randal_wallace , and http://www.randalwallace.com/Please Leave us a review at wherever you get your podcastsThanks for listening!!