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  • Maybe we need No Agenda emergency hammers at home. Cuz your ward when you get my Nation Media assasination, excuse No, Agenda John C Dvorak. Yeah, you're right this that's a groovy part about a podcast we can start whenever we want early late or whenever we're ready. Which one yes whenever we're ready whenever we're ready man lot of grief.
  • Got a lot of grief. I think you can open every show. I got a lot of grief. We hit Belgium head on with the rain sticks. Just got the lower half of the Netherland buddy. Just got this on Twitter. I really have nothing to say, you know my position on this. Yeah. I can hold myself blameless for this mess.
  • Well, it gets worse because we have a very serious request from Norway now.
  • So first of all, it rained everywhere except in the Netherlands where we we wanted the rain and thanks Muslim clerics a lot of good you praying did that didn't help much.
  • And drama don't because you know a lot of this has to do with the speakers in the countries and the volume that they play the show at and I'm just guessing that in Holland they play the show over earbuds. Yes. It's not loud enough and drama Road in from Norway and she and her husband see it's pretty critical. In fact, we are their last chance.
  • Since the beginning of May there's been an unusual period of beautiful and warm weather in Norway on seen in decades, maybe ever Sunshine four days temperature breaking every possible record 30 tropical day so far in Norway. Oh gosh, that's good. That's what I'm saying. Why would you complain about your problem is is placed on fire numerous fires, but here's the real problem because the one where the began so early this year in April, they have a full-blown. Yeah. They have a full-blown agricultural crisis. Yes. Well, that's nothing we can do about that grass from first year was 30% of a normal year. So they don't think you'll be any second yield.
  • Farmers are sending the cattle to slaughter houses because they won't have enough feed for the winter which will lead to a shortage of dairy products next year possibly ride have them and meet ya.
  • There's even they even I guess the imported. Hey from the US.
  • Even those GMO products are banned which of course everything that we we sell GMO pretty much. Yeah, so, I mean there's a place in the world specifically asking for rainstick action.
  • I don't want to deny anyone that but I feel a little gun-shy after I was I I admit I was a little careless on the steak.
  • But maybe we should just do one shake for Norway. I think you did. You mean, you know one flip wire had no more one flip for Norway.
  • And we're going to do it simultaneously. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. You count me in. I mean, I've clearly got to get my my game back on. Okay on the counter three to one count. All right, we flip once. All right 321 I Andromeda let us know how that went. It was not enough to do too much. Damn. I think if anything that mrs. Norway will be okay. But again apologies to Belgium tomorrow, so sorry. Well, you know, then again it again well after years of speculation years I tell you and certainly speculation on this show. We've always wondered who was behind the white helmets those eyes John provocateurs those actors who loves saving people than saving them again for the Instagram for their buddies. We've seen it so many I seen a number of people too or
  • Three times wearing the same exact close but also they put the victim back and then they do the whole scene again on Instagram. They're very silly. Yes, Save thousands of lines and Syria, but now even they possibly have to request for the United States and some European countries Israel if I created them and their families to Jordan saying that being an immediate threat to the lives Israel's military stressed it snow in policy in Syria. According to Children's foreign Ministry sales spent three months in the country and settled in Western Germany and Canada the white helmets that most of these airlines fly resting people tops and Rubble of the government and Russian Anthrax in rebel-held. Territory. Jordan's foreign Ministry said that lives were in danger after a government defensive regained rebel-held Palms of Southern Syria a new eight hundred men women and children regards to the dangerous towards children in the last few days.
  • Circle hundreds Rebels and their families typically inoculated from tonight's as part of a peace deal brokered by the Russian military. Call me back to my Russian airstrikes is gaining ground in the province. Which borders the Golan Heights Israel Annex to go down from Syria in nineteen eighty-one. Well, there you go. So Israel was funding him after all.
  • Find that weird why they were all the variance reports. We kept getting or remember the whole the whole strategy behind the weight white helmet is, you know, keep telling lies about what's been going on and therefore more intervention more pushback more bombs. Even Trump bombed a couple times that to me. It seems very clear Israel was behind it and they're bringing their extracting and now that we apparently have some deal that no one's reporting on
  • I mean, was there any big headline breaking news for you? That was the secret meeting between it was obviously so he hooked it up. So he's got Russia working with his real they're going to take care of the serious situation how that affects Iran is a little unclear. But that must have been part of the deal like, you know, all right, keep a run out of there. I'm going to let you guys do whatever you need to do. And now it looks like two million Syrian refugees can go home.
  • Well, let's hope that's exactly what happens.
  • Well, of course, we hope that's what happens. That's wouldn't want any other way. I'm just a little work that the Israelis were behind the white helmets is just it seems very obvious to me.
  • Well again, this is not proof positive by any means is no. Oh, yeah, right fine coincidence could be that could be I'm not I'm not buying it seems like they were the Bad actors on that part. I mean everyone was about everyone is about actor but I don't but there's been no announcements no overview no real explanation of what what the deal was. But yeah, of course that that's what they discuss. Let's see. Let's subpoena the translators
  • nurse jobs seriously not jobs
  • but it completely out of control of media is lost at that this guy Mark Shields that's on the
  • PBS NewsHour on Fridays with Brooks right beside now. He's like apoplectic over Trump. Would you please explain apoplectic? You know a wreck? Okay, he's a wreck. Yes, and he knew his Clips here my Shields Clips. Yeah. I got it here. I got shield shield run Trump Putin.
  • Yeah, I guess she'll send what is this. I don't know I have cliques here.
  • You print off the wrong list.
  • I'm going to have to think that okay. Why don't I play it and you can hit Ctrl P. Let me okay. Let me set it up. He is not only shaking now when he's talking about Trump. He's getting liver spots all over his face hair is kind of like doesn't look like a bad hair day. He's just a wreck how he's in sick from it. This is this is a bad situation. Now, we're related anecdote that my daughters told. She said she's out its some restaurant and there's a guy sitting nearby bitching about Trump and then bitching about the fact that since Trump has been elected. He's he's developed high blood pressure and has to take a bunch of medication. Oh God, this is unhealthy Behavior people. We've been saying all along listen to this guy go nuts. All right me while you get the flat cable and put it in the rs-232. I will left with Judy a a week of
  • I take a blow to the United States of America. I know if any question about it to our leadership the fraying of our relations with our long-time allies, they dismissal almost a disparagement by the American president of democratically elected leaders and the messy problems that democracy requires an adulation of flattery a giant sucking sound in the company of the Russian dictator, the president's part and and bolts perhaps is respected writer that there is on politics in America road is the when the setting call for a show of strength and resolve, instead offer difference the offensiveness equivocation and witness and I think that's fair. So does you going to have an original thought of his own he has to quote other authors like yes, I mean, I find it to be a humiliating but I mean if you're a pundit, yeah.
  • You should have your own opinions. You're a pundit your pundit for a reason you're there to express your opinion is not to quote. Somebody else's opinions. You think are superior the way I look at it. Well, let's get that guy on the show, you know what you want to do and we can almost predict who's going to have a heart attack first.
  • Seriously, we're seeing we're seeing a lot of heart attacks in the making in the making from y'all. A lot of these guys who are just spitting mad spit mess rice is incredibly unhealthy and they're just pulling into this trap. I have some thoughts on this after the second clip of shield and contradicts the United States lie.
  • Flusha with behind. This is meddling cyber attacks and continues to be at this time and and stands there and says pay the ultimate compliment you can talk about his words. We know his words and his lexicon the Lexicon of Donald Trump. There are no greater compliment to say strong and powerful and what day did he call to call? Anybody week is the ultimate insult and he paid the ultimate compliment to to mister Putin as he stood there and refusing to endorse and support the work of the American intelligent Professionals in public never seen a situation like that before no American presidents have it sounds like the ultimate compliment to me.
  • The guy he did have the right. He did have some right analysis there about the about what Trump thinks is a compliment what he thinks is an insult week we discussed we on the show sometime ago, right?
  • So this guy promotes the bull crap that 100% if he's taking it further. How about the intelligence agencies all agreeing now, it's unanimous single intelligent agent intelligence agent in every agency he would know.
  • I guess you know, I just had a great idea for a strategy for the Democrats.
  • And it's not a new one, but the timing would be perfect right now there early. Would that mean they've they're peaking so hard right now with with this is going to be a problem. Yeah, I mean to take this all the way to November. We need more events. We don't I mean Putin was the that was I think that's the summit that was the meeting. You know, that was the big one. They can keep this going for a while. But already if you look at there was a Gallup poll, which I guess I'd trust Gallup that had you know, Russian collusion is like Seventeen or eighteen on the list of things people find important in America. Yeah. I didn't expect it to be high, but I didn't know it was that low cuz people are tuned out that just tuned out it's not worth it over and over again. And where's the evidence and all the rest of this like they're also just tuned out that just tuning out the done with it, but there is something that could be done. It's an old strategy we've discussed it before and remember the Democratic party is now
  • and
  • I would say true. Just speaking of heart attacks.
  • It will be a good time for Bill to go. Yeah, actually so we could have a solid six weeks of morning and video lots of video about his values how great he was. How how do we know their budget? Yes, how how are you got rid of Yugoslavia all kinds of great things that we could could remiss. I mean, he was a fun president outside. He was he had his good moments, but then you know that we're kind of ramp-up into reestablishing the Democratic party values and then Hillary could come back and very smoothly and really start to bring people back together weather for herself or for somebody else, but he would be a well probably for herself.
  • I'm just saying it would be an interesting strategy.
  • Not for Bill, of course, you might not think it's so interesting, you know and Bill's not really I don't I think he's he's not really upset about any I mean, he's not like this Shields guy was upset his apoplectic like he bills not he's just thinks it's great because it's like was just doesn't care. Yeah, so he's not he doesn't really he's not really a candidate for an immediate heart attack. But have you seen him?
  • Yeah, it looks like hell has a shadow Enterprise anybody if you dropped out and the hag team to be ready. Did you see David Rockefeller when he was ninety-nine? I mean the guy went for another decade or so. He look like he's walking plus because he you know, he drinks infant blood or something. But those guys do I have one deranged clip from NPR which is just been such a joy to listen to you know, NPR new. This is actually the weekend the weekend the news. It's an actual news program. Not just some about the news. It's about the news. Yes, Jack Beatty back. Once again. Well, I didn't realize the Fifth Avenue ran through Helsinki know that was to me the Revelation, you know during the campaign Canada Trump said my my people will support me even if I go out on Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody. Well the New York daily news on Tuesday had a cover showing Trump and and Putin walking down Fifth Avenue.
  • Putin is bare-chested. By the way, and Trump is holding a pistol and he shooting Uncle Sam then press conference was the Fifth Avenue moment and it told Trump. I think the danger is it told Trump that he can get away with almost anything cuz what was the response according to one poll 79% of Republicans thought that debacle debacle conference the debacle debacle debacle is a I don't think it's an alternative from now on it is my typical was a debris. Let me tell you which what was the response according to one Paul 79% of Republicans thought that debacle press conference in the meeting was a success. Meanwhile in Russia. The host of the state TV program said Trump quote smells like an agent of the Kremlin.
  • There was there was some hand-wringing in Congress, but nothing very decisive. In fact the house voted down a measure to increase elections security spending and Trump is getting if Trump is got the message he can get away with anything. We're on the road to Norm ornstein's nightmare. He's of course the a political expert he his his nightmare is the Trump fires Mueller pardon himself and everybody else says his followers into the streets and after the inevitable Bloodshed declares martial law now, he said well that can't happen. Well who would have thought that the president could openly not only openly Clooney canoodle with the strong and powerful Kremlin leader and receive 79% response from Republic. There you go canoodle, baby.
  • Holy mackerel this guy and by the way, I'm finally was The Huffington Post finally wrote. Something's been bothering me for a while about by the way. That was one hell of a clip you dug up there. Thank you.
  • But no no, it's okay. I don't think so either. I was I going to say you talked about the Huffington Post. I finally yeah, they they finally wrote someone there over there finally wrote an article. It said, you know, New York Times when you making jokes and this guy kind of did that a little bit as well when you're making jokes about Putin and Trump being gay lovers its homophobia.
  • And it is because what it says is well, you better give some background because there was I don't think we've talked about you know, we haven't so they had a a cartoon in the New York Times on their website and it was it was animated Craig animated cartoon and it was Putin and Trump and they're kissing and they're making out and they're you know naked and they're cuddling and canoodling. Yes gay. Yeah gay gay lovers and you know, it's just I don't understand how you how you one hand. You can be, you know an sjw BLM lgbtqiapk l i
  • And it did Mark the whole yeah, mate relationships because gay guys are not in the group. I've said this before there's no community and and is the gay guys who are getting the brunt of it now and then some of them are standing up and say hey, excuse me. This is not okay sunshine. Yeah. Yeah, very annoying. I find that cartoon to be variously. Yeah and insulting and you know, people are there was somebody I don't know might have that clip or not, but something's going on and on about oh my God Trump said something about somebody he's never I've never how could he be? So insulting his other ways of doing things there's other ways of presenting things here anybody listen to what they say about this guy know, was it door that cartoon? I mean, it's not it's outrageous the insulting. Bye.
  • That's part of the what's going on. I don't know if it was racist the insulting we have two game in it was I think it was his building and Putin and Trump. I mean, they're not kissing. They're not you know, he sees the you know, it's just there who are these are Statesman that are trying to you know, maybe get us the world peace and maybe you know dropped the potential for his blowing each other The Smithereens, maybe minimize that a little bit, you know working at direction that bad. I mean they do all of a sudden they're kissing and smooching because we're trying to like maybe drop drop the the world war three thing down to maybe not so much going to happen. I mean, I don't get it. Well, I'm not the only one who doesn't get it. Okay, I don't get it. Well, I do that was my second. Yeah, I'm looking for the clip. What are we playing?
  • Forget it. You never figure it out. So they had it with Jim Jane mower drama Baraka. This guy's left left left E. I gave you sent me this and I listen to it and I wanted to explain a little bit about this guy cuz I was not familiar with him. Okay, Baraka major major major left. He was the one who ran as a socialist as vice president under Jill Stein. All right. Okay. Yes. Now I remember who he is when he's real Lefty. He's he's a social borderline communist hates Capital. He's the old school and him and his and his comrades are all very baffled by what's going on in the political scene because the stuff that trumps doing going after the FBI and the CIA and having these wars with him seems to be like this is what they wanted to do or you've been saying this for four years.
  • That's what the left used to be that used to be against and used to be anti-war and anti-government. Certainly wary of high intelligence agencies anti FBI anti-war all these things and anti-capitalist, which I think is the weak spot and they want to stop the Vietnam War stop it. We got that war. So let's listen to some thoughts on these or not. Sure because with the left it will explain this with the left. They grew left or the fake left of now Drew left the true left not the fake left. Not the Bernie Sanders. It turns out the true left. They and I realize that this permeates all of the politics at the the smallest littlest levels in the the state of California. The true left is long-winded.
  • They can't just be they can't be concise. They can't just say something. They have to go on and on and on and this I'm reminded of when the when JC was a bay as kid and we were thinking of taking them to child care in this little little area and Albany but to take your child there you had to take part, I can just see your eyes roll over your head and then you and you have to go to the weekly meetings between what is the weather? How what was your participation? Did you do the hokey pokey with the kid, you know, it turns out that you could buy your way out in great, California tradition. So but he had to go to these meetings and I think that was the deal-breaker for me these meetings. What kind of outfit was this would meetings. It's like the Montessori 8 a.m.
  • Typical Barry a local daycare these meetings where these long-winded women I going on and on to the point where you wanted to shoot yourself and that's what we're going to have to deal with me. Listen to Lefty's but these guys are the real deal and this is the kind of thinking that's going on in the lab the true left one more one more one more question though. I'll be quiet. Did you play the recorder with the kids? All right. Let's start with the clip one, please. Welcome a drama Baraka 2 flashpoints radio. How are you sir? I'm doing well for a moment. You going to say I was checking to the right also. Well, I'm going to I'm well just to make that clear to our listeners. Let me let me read something from the black Lancer piece of the last newsletter. I just received the ongoing and deepening crisis of you Society has caused anger fear and confusion. The precipitous decline of the standard of living.
  • Thanks for millions of people in the United States helped produce the conditions for the election of trump this in turn created the Democrats irrational Auntie Russia position. The problem of course is a whether it is taking aggressive military militaristic positions with either Russia or North Korea pushing an already unstable and Reckless Trump Administration to be more forceful. It's a dangerous position that could easily pull the United States into another military conflict, but that is precisely with the Democrats and their liberal allies have been demanding with potentially disastrous consequences for Millions at the heck of a statement and I agree with it.
  • So that was the kind of introduction of this guy and it's the starts off with some democrat hate and argument. They start to make is that the Democrats have no left-leaning people anymore. They're all little liberals and they never say Neil neighbors, but it's gone liberals and they're kind of leaning to the right and they've dad opted all these what we once were Republican positions and so far hating Russia and won a war that's go on the clip to where we gets a little more interesting. If you struggle now and certain kind of way you would be a Cuban an authoritarian or abusive or whatever. Everything has shifted. Everything is shifted. But don't we still have have your street? I mean that was one of the things that the left in this country prided itself on which was it was on the right side of history and and when constantly cite chapter and verse history. So for example, you and I both know.
  • Sure knowledge that the history of the FBI in this country. The Federal Building does negation is one of these secret police force is one of has larger than one of Oppression, but usually when it comes to the relationship the FBI to the black community in this country or when it comes to the relations of the FBI assassinating political figures, like hold on. What what is the historical bad relationship between the F and the black community in this country goes back to the of assassination of Martin Luther King where sure the F did that they are pretty convinced of it and they're and they also got some of the records from the old Jade your Hoover thing where they put a tail on these anyone who was a variety one or anything to do with King with civil rights had a tail put on on the F was following him around and Parkinson's. I mean you could just books written about it. But but this thing here with these about to say is the one that kind of got me because he said it on some other show this guy.
  • The guys the host about this assassination of this Puerto Rican guy. I don't know anything about this backing up. When it comes to the relationship of the FBI to the black community in this country or when it comes to the relations of the FBI assassinating political figures like Filiberto over here the league in Puerto Rico, right? We know that sounds like from his pronunciation. He's got an axe to grind with it. That's for sure. But he has I think this guy's a Latino what I'm saying what I'm saying, you know, but was this guy that was assassinated in Porter there on local Berkeley radio who cares? No, no one right? But just because criticizes the FBI Mueller.
  • Then says that they're putting one on on him doesn't automatically eliminate what we know about the FBI, but suddenly we've got these fools saying, you know, we should not be criticizing the FBI look like all this person's name. There was someone I saw on Facebook Jeff yesterday. One of the well-known is that famous leftist in this country who was circulating of story from the daily with a daily calls one of those liberal Rags the daily, and which which they they were they the the essential character in that story was John Brennan.
  • Coolant in fact criticizing trunk and basically saying that he did was essentially a traitorous and so I'm thinking why would this individual to be highlighting and legitimizing a a a a a criminal light John Brennan? This is the kind of confusion that we have at this point. Now, how does he know John Brennan to criminal? It's just by definition. Okay. So now we're talkin. This is the real left and there's one of the things that we don't do on the show, which is look at the other side, but not the other bogus side. Not the Bernie Sanders the actual others got actual other side of the of the fence and hear what they have to say cuz they're completely beside themselves witnessing this because it makes no sense to them. And this is kind of brought to ahead and clip three the fact that there was this
  • Michelle's illegal intelligence operation that seem to take form and and July of 2016 under the auspices the control of of Democratic party operatives to infiltrate into being to gather information on the Trump campaign in order to either come up with a cortical October surprise or two. In fact as Peter struck said to have a a insurance policy just in case of the unlikely possibility of Donald Trump winning. So this criminality the trunk refers to all the time to place at the highest levels of the FBI and CIA.
  • He worked in the DSA under the the the leadership of the Director of National Intelligence and they never dreamed. I think that this the the depth of the conspiracy will come out because again, they were convinced that Hillary Clinton what's going to win and if she wouldn't want then this kind of illegal activity that they engaged and infiltrating this opposition campaign will come out but you know, this is my point is this enough evidence there for us to at least be raising serious questions, but because the truck is Raising those questions and people who support Trump, then they are automatically automatically dismissed and that to me is very very dangerous. Can we talkin about criminal activity at the highest level of government one, but secondly, what does it imply in a real radical for example?
  • Was able to win that has office do some kind of Miracle landlord if these folks are willing to engage in what they engage in the right now to undermine a member of the class. What would they have done? If I had one? Well the same thing they didn't do one Obama one who was definitely radical.
  • But they definitely wanted Hillary in about it. But the way you got to look at this all the people who are shaking and angry and deranged. I can't think that anything else and those people are somehow even 10 gently. They are they are complicit in in whatever was going on that made everyone just all easy about her winning.
  • That makes any sense. I see I see Representatives. I see Senators. I see a lot of people very very worried about you know, anything else being uncovered from all these investigations and you know, there's a little hard to look through all of the redactions but you know the price of warrant for Carter page, which is now out and again, it's heavily redacted. You can't get anything much from it, but you certainly can't get the key things you'd be looking for.
  • Like, you know how the origin of the dossier now it may be redacted out somewhere. But why would you radec that out? You'd expect them to leave that in not if it was sketchy.
  • What part of you know? Yeah, it was yeah. Okay agreed if it was sketchy leave it out, but now there's nothing in there.
  • Well, anyway, I got a kick Outta listening to these lefties going on and on cuz they're right. It's like this is a high-level corruption and nobody seems to care unless these are right. I'm so confused now or right?
  • So so is this still the leader of the real lefties? Are there any other what's not the leader of anything? He has just a one of the spoke. He's one of the many in the group but it's if they they're beside themselves. They don't know what to do. If you can't and he said earlier in the second clip. He says you can't say anything cuz then they call you names.
  • That's horrible. They might call me names Oh Boy. Geez.
  • Okay. That was I just thought that was very interesting. Well, I liked hearing even the second time was fun listening to it till you listen to actually listen to the whole thing. Yeah, you sent it to me. I listen to my own and I replied to your email.
  • So I didn't get that really.
  • I didn't see it.
  • I go find it. Go to your score May find it. I know you can find my email. That's right. It gives the product a whole new Boost. Oh, yeah. I think you were going to flock to it now Justin Jones. Thank you for that. Got the message. See I did get a couple other things on a second. I'm actually went to squirrelmail and thank you for that because I need a new to hit update know I need to open the to get the spreadsheet. Oh, okay. Very good. Very good.
  • Let's see here are DHS cyber Chief reporting. Now the election system works is resilient to tampering so name wasn't tampered with before. That's right. That's correct. But just letting you know what they're saying actually the most interesting thing to me that came in. I think it's actually at we did so much as I should take a look at this, you know, we were very not just we but security expert Steve gifts and we're just flummoxed as to this level of detail that the intelligence that you play the Gibson clip the last show. Yes, I did. Yeah. I'm not going to play it again. I'm just referring to the last show how even Security Experts Gibson was confused. Did they have some kind of general all-encompassing knowledge of every packet on the internet? I'm paraphrasing, but that's
  • I don't understand what they said well, but they are all agreement unanimously the so one of our producers more dues and then tweeted something to me and I looked into the Cisco router lawful intercept function, which I love as a name by itself.
  • It's very orwellian. Oh, it's dynamite the lawful intercept and I'm looking at the Docks here. It's just publicly available on The Cisco website lawful intercept is a process that enables a law enforcement agency to perform electronic surveillance on an individual Target as authorized by a Judicial or administrative order. So you would need I presume a warrant or form of a warrant to facilitate be lawful intercept process certain legislation regulations requires service providers and internet service providers to implement their networks to explicitly support authorized electronic surveillance. I didn't know that was a requirement doesn't surprise me, but I didn't know it was a requirement.
  • Let me see how this works out. Now the way they this is legal is because it supports the communications assistance for Law Enforcement. Act the Kalia.
  • Which describes how service providers in the United States must support lawful intercept but only works with the telephone industry Association and the packet cable electronic surveillance specifications. So I guess that encompasses all is peace, but it seems to be more kind of a a legal.
  • Way of doing this because it involves wires. I guess that's where the Korea thing comes from.
  • But if you look at what they can do.
  • It's really quite interesting. So let me see they can.
  • identify a device authentication authorization accounting
  • Well, they get it can they can actually it says they can get targets username system IP addresses really they can make snapshots of every packet where it's going but they also have this tap function where if you're going to listen to someone's voice call or you know any other call that's going over the network. It will just suck off every single packet and then be reassembled later into whatever it needs to be too decoded whether it was an email or was it was just a file being sent or whether it was a a voice over IP stream. They really do it's kind of like the building on 2nd Street in San Francisco where they just plug in a tap and just suck off everything that's going going to that to that particular idea drug and worry about it later. Yep. Yeah.
  • So that could be a way that they got some of this information. I presume that would mean that they had to have the lawful intercept function enabled on a router near the gru in Russia, I guess maybe
  • Maybe not but I was all bull crap. Oh very possible. I wouldn't mind actually knowing I wouldn't mind understanding it and I'm as always disappointed in the technology press I'm looking at UC net or any New York Times anybody. Just give me a little more information on this. What what exactly it happened? How do they know this? Ask the question at least?
  • Nobody even bothers destination. Well, you can look at that documents in the same note saying is the the fact that Trump and Putin had a secret meeting for 4 minutes or whatever. It was two hours two hours four minutes to hours or whatever. Yeah, so they had to seek Romanian nothing snuck out of there because Putin is a little more or I mean maybe the KGB or neck a giraffe to his spots left the room. They have to say hello my God, we wanted some stuff. I almost get the impression Trump won at something to leak and nothing leaks. So there's okay. We're going to invite Putin to Washington because when he comes over here, we're going to have another secret meeting. It'll get I don't get my one of our produces positive that was pretty interesting idea that they could have been the USB stick hand off in the meaning.
  • Kind of like that was a good idea. It's just as possible. It could be all kinds of stuff probably what they did is. Look, how do we save China? Cuz that'll suck if those guys go down. We need to protect she said hey, what can we do with these situation in Syria? Looks like Lisa has a big fan of the war in Syria like the neocon know and let's remember that that is really the reason for this Russia hate is there is a large group is certainly in the United States who who really advocate for war and they really want it because it's good for business and I'd say you can call them Neo cons. You can call them Republicans the douchebags but on douchebag. Yeah, well, they're douchebags, but they really want war because it does it does work, but we don't need it. We don't do the economy is on paper looks great.
  • For whatever for that. Well, I've answered estimated or menu manufacturing Base by giving everything to China and letting them take our technology and everything in between. It's not it's going to look great cuz it looks like we're after a war we rebuilding the economy like it was like with Germany after World War Two or yeah, exactly exactly things would be looking good technical in just a note on meddling. In other people's Affairs just meddling whether it's elections or otherwise not laying meddling. I was doing some research and you remember it was Frank Weisner who started the Mockingbird operation Mockingbird, which later was uncovered in the in the church commission hearings and burns out that a whole bunch of journalists were on the CIA payroll, but I mean really across the board Washington Post the alsop brothers and Stewart alsop still writing for the New York Times, but he dead but now
  • Venture capitalist Stuart Elsa, who is the editor of infoworld at the time, New York Herald Tribune?
  • No, you think that's that's a different else. You'd say Stewart out Subs. The guy that we know he's the Stewart alsop. He's okay families guys name pretty much the same. Okay, so it was his dad then his dad or his Uncle. I have no idea honestly Stewart House of Ben Bradley James rest since the times Charles Douglas Jackson Time Magazine Walter Pincus his name. I remember the post William seed bags of gold Charles Bartlett Chattanooga Times anyway, so I was researching this. It turns out that there was another that was all for really US base press.
  • But then we also had we are a lot of people that oversees. I mean the the Paris review was the CIA front. Well, let me say this is what this is where I'm going. I just want everyone to know what we have been doing and how we operate the America we doing pretty well actually and it started with something which was completely CIA funded you were in you may remember this too young for it the Congress.
  • Was it the Congress for cultural Freedom the CCF?
  • Does this ring now at know? Well it later was was exposed by some French magazine Rampart magazine. Actually, I think is a time we're based in Paris. But this thing was an operation where they just had hundreds of millions of dollars and they were giving it to agents and contractors worldwide but mainly in Europe influence, you know, the post second world war Cold War Europe to accept the quote American way and they financed the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra to go over and play but they did Big parties for artists. They had you know, these these CA connected Spooks would have galleries they had co-opted there's you know, there's there's always been speculated. They co-opted Andy Warhol, or at least light his Soup cans and Brillo pad so much cuz it it projected. I mean recana
  • And there was just hundreds of millions of dollars being spent on psychologically indoctrinating the artistic Intelligentsia of Western Europe, and it was a huge program and I've never heard anyone really to talk about it.
  • Yes, it was in some discussion about this co-opting the art community by the CIA to to promote American values especially overseas where they really didn't exist much and this isn't 60 seventies when this was taking place. Yeah. I don't know too much about it. I heard a couple of things you can recently they've been trying to do stuff like that. Well, we still have voice of America proudly beaming out on know I mean Arts. Oh, yeah. Well music
  • I think a lot a lot. I think a lot of music.
  • Has potential for influence just getting it getting it played. I'm still waiting for my c i a check. Yeah, where is it? I taught Holland how to say Madonna. Come on guys. Give me a check, but it's really foggy. Rain water under the bridge. You don't it's like you don't pay the guy after that Ford's. No, but I did put a couple links in the show knows any show knows. Comment and learn about the Congress were calls for Freedom was truly a fantastic operation and you know we go we just go straight for the entertainment.
  • And through that I learned that both 1984 and Animal Farm where the endings were edited by the CIA different from the book.
  • That's where that's where that whole Hollywood office started. So if you read animal farm and you look at the the US production of Animal Farm at the end in the animated movie is just the pigs who are left over in the book. Of course, it's the the takes and the farmers and there's this open to interpretation as to what happens. It's a little different then then then then the CIA edited version and that's now all admitted that they stopped in said now we can't have that.
  • Curry like the idea of the CIA making those sorts of artistic determinations are not really a bunch of artists know. I don't know either an agent or not not they don't have artist sensibilities. So
  • but what are you going to do know?
  • But since you brought a word if I might as well play this little clip and get it out of the way cuz I know you've been wanting this one. This is Carling it says Carling on nice fine and great. I know what it is father's me about the whole thing. It's the words. Nice. It's just a sweet word just have a lot of character. You know, he nice. Oh he is so and she's nice.
  • There is fine your hair or some guys are great. Let me just break goddamn. This is Greg looking on the internet. Great. Yeah teenage smiling. I know we have we have lots of conversations about the word fine. I called the f word before I heard this car Live skit said fine. That's the dreaded f word. It wasn't all that great. Oops. Now I said the great word.
  • That guy before we hit our first break we have this another fantastic story. I'm not quite sure who's playing it or how or what the deal is other than it just plays so well to the imagination moreover GQ spread out even know that this woman had done the spread and GQ. This is the new Russian spy. It was the name Martina. I'm arena is this the redhead? Yeah, the one this is a different one. It's all I mean, it's from Central Casting. It couldn't be any better. She's another red haired Russian. I saw her. I didn't clip any of this but I saw her and I said, wow, she's she's following that kind of Russian kind of style but she's kind of pretty when she's young and then she starts looking like a Babushka pretty early and I'm thinking she's Maria. It's not the same woman. Okay, her name is Maria, but if you just do a Bing search on
  • and I'm not sure yet how she got in GQ. But you know everything you want in your Russian spy hot chick fantasy is there and here's a little background because we have spies among those babies just like the movies. I'm going to put this call for a reservation this video. I don't know photo shoot for GQ twenty-nine-year-old Maria patino. Looks like a Russian spy out of Central Casting she came to the US on a student visa in 2016, but the justice department The Ledger she took steps to develop relationships with American politicians in order to admit bothers me about the reporting besides being ticklish it and just so incomplete if she came in on a student visa in 2016. She should be deported.
  • It sounds like she changed her status or something happened. The reason why she's still here at all. Otherwise, maybe she's just being held in detention because she was here. Illegally. You can't come in on a student visa and be working in any capacity and I doubt that you got to a student visa for three or four years those typically go year by year. So I'm looking at pictures of her the other girl is much better looked all yeah, but she got deported. So this is all we got be happy with it. So the Russian Federation photo show her walker
  • Is I believe the tip of the iceberg Seattle's Naveed jamali knows all about in the same way. That one would say someone enters the mob. I was eventually a made man. He provided information to the gru. The Russian organization recently indicted by special counsel Mueller, the Russians believe I was legitimate asset that I was trustee trustworthy of being given directives to collect intelligence for them. And I was now within their networks. Your Molly was actually a double agent working for the FBI counterintelligence division. Will you being paid by the Russians for this information? What I said to the Russians is I just want money.
  • So she won't answer Dave is that yeah, they were paying me and what I do with that money was take it give it to the F who would then give me the same exact amount in cash back and I think this is this little nugget. Here's the entire reason for the report as the signal now is hey Russia, he doesn't matter who you try to buy because we'll just match your offer.
  • What hold on a second. Let's go back. They're laundering money the FBI. It's what it sounds like. Yeah, but he took he says he took the money to the FBI and they gave him cash back to what was the form of money. The rushes are paying in pigs Bitcoin. I don't know. I think it's irrelevant. It's irrelevant. It wasn't a check but there's a GRU what's happening is there?
  • It's the same process as money laundering but I think it's also a message like, you know, I get the message part. I just don't get his explanation doesn't what he's telling me doesn't make any sense at all. But okay, I was just for them and I was now within their networks. Your Molly was actually a double agent working for the FBI counterintelligence division. Will you being paid by the Russians for this information? What I said to the Russians is I just want money. So the short answer Dave is that yeah. They were paying me and what I do with that money was take it give it to the F but then give me the same exact amount in cash back. Yeah, so it sounds like it was an online trying this transaction and then he got cash.
  • What a gig so I'm happy to say that not only were able to beat the Russians but they were actually funding our efforts against them. So yeah, there's not immune to Russian Espionage. FBI investigator is telling me they kept a close watch on the now addicted Russian diplomats working at the Consulate in Madison Park. And as we first reported two years ago, the Russians have been attempting to infiltrate some of our biggest employers including Boeing Amazon and Microsoft, whatever they can do to gain an advantage. It happens every single day. You know works on to our justice system. There are more Allied spies behind her including some keeping a close watch on the Pacific Northwest. I know there are even though the conflict here has been closed. I have no doubt that there was a network that's supported that intelligence collection efforts that relied on non-uniformed on diplomatic cover.
  • First now and I very much believe that that Network would stay in place here. Joe good old Seattle Children's hi Russ. It's really not hot but she she knows how to carry herself and she was sleeping with people like for information, you know, some lovely wants to go out and start sleeping with people randomly by Scott to buy I think she get she probably giving me a few people. Yeah. Yeah, you know, what's her name? She's sleeping with everybody. She's sleeping with everybody. What your phone number then? Let me see. Oh, yes Browder now has to defend his reputation after a lodging near Boonton. He has a reputation. I guess I guess he's got something to defend and when you need to go defend your reputation as a right winger, where do you go?
  • To the money honey, you go to Maria Bartiromo or in this case moratorium. Would you blow me about that? Because oh just to briefly go through your story at one point. You were the one of the leading investors in restaurants. You owned a lot of Russian companies Russian stocks your Armitage Capital fine. You were living between Moscow and London you were traveling back and forth all the time. When you were became aware of corruption going on. Oleg are feeling money from Rush blood is corruption going on. What am I doing here in Russia right after the Soviet Union collapse? I don't understand you. Go ahead. It's so stupid. I mean we you don't even go to Russia for the first time without being told without image just reams of information about the corruption in Russia where not to go. What was the fall of Communism and it got worse after but he's all of a sudden out of the blue is what he was a legitimate.
  • Is this man doing doing legitimate business in Russia way? This is a bull crap story. Welcome. Aryabhatta Roman where I'm going on oligarch stealing money from Russian companies. You wanted it stop you started to become more of an active investor calling out this and then what happened Bill exposing corruption in these big companies like gas from student expelled me from the country declared me a threat to National Security the police and rated my office is in Moscow seized all my documents young lawyer named Sergei magnitsky start to investigate and he figured out that They seized those documents to steal 230 million dollars of taxes that we paid to the Russian government expose it. He was in a rested by some of the people he exposed to pre-trial detention torture for 358 days and then killed at the age of thirty-seven in Russian prison on November 16th 2009.
  • I put aside everything else. I'm doing on a mission to get Justice for Sergei magnitsky which has Justice for Sergei and this guy.
  • You know, he needs to just stop bleeding because anybody who renounces their citizenship doesn't deserve any protection.
  • Wouldn't she say she you were now she is American citizenship, which is suspect except for one reason, which I will do. Yeah, although some people have done it for political reasons few.
  • Very very few, but I know one and but it happens but this guy is just seems smarmy one more clip here not this is not this is a very serious matter which one that you gave hundreds of millions of dollars to Hillary Clinton your reaction. What kind of question is that your reaction? That's the Larry King method your response very keen Larry King is never said that he says stuff like your response.
  • Yeah, he does but maybe a caller. Okay. Well, I don't like it went. Well. He's been he's been throwing out charges against me like candy these particular charges have been analyzed by the US Department of Justice by the British government by Interpol by the German government and have all been rejected outright. It's just complete nonsense in terms of the Hillary Clinton campaign contributions. I've given zero zero contributions to Hillary Clinton in any campaign. I do not make campaign contributions. And in fact this four hundred million dollar number and he threw out they then walked back to $400,000 the next day and the real number is zero.
  • Was it wash back to 400,000?
  • I don't remember that that's what he said. I would have noticed that's what he's saying. It was walk. By the way when we had never showed up in any of the news reports. You think it would have with everybody against Trump and Putin think
  • it sounds like he's just buffalo in her. Yeah.
  • Maybe one of the somebody in the chat room can do some research for you control room. Yes.
  • Control room. Sorry last thing I got on the the meeting Putin Trump is oil prices. Just a little Oak more like a background or / / you nothing crazy about it, but just the prices and who needs what this is the chairman of pioneer national resources are almost $4 gasoline is $80 gas that will have a major impact on the American Consumer. That's the reason I think the president is trying to innovate bring the price down a little bit just look at the U, is that a record nearly eleven million barrels a day. Your projections are to get to Fifteen million, which is extraordinary Russia and Saudi Arabia.
  • 2026 how about the trade sanctions that we see you supplying on China on the European Union you worry as the you keep wanting more and China in the U will work something out.
  • He called Trumpet treasure. Yes. He's a traitor. Okay, so that could mean that.
  • Oil prices may go down a little bit. What is it? I don't track it. Is it is it $70 a barrel? It's I'd have to look I can look at a second, but I'll tell you this they're pumping if we're going to keep this going this craziness continuing we're going to pump yourself into a glut and the price of oil is going to drop to the floor. I mean that that's the only end result of what what they're doing. That's what it sounds like in particular what I didn't think about that now the price of crude regular crude not Brent, it's 68. What's Brent just a better. What's the price? I know it's not on my list 65. Okay, so well actually see if I would be more. Yeah, but you would only $68 but you wouldn't expect it to go much lower than according to this guy says can't go to a d cuz that's too much.
  • And he has a lot of a lot of trust that we're going to work it out with China, but I didn't realize that the Terrors would actually impact our oil X by didn't know we exported 300,000 barrels a day to China. There's a lot there's quite a lot. So if it's a terror of preclude that
  • that could be problematic and I understand is that they need the oil for the energy. I mean, yeah, they produced a lot of it have a lot of cold have a huge supply cold and they got these other things right they can use they need more energy. They need a lot of energy cuz they're still in the growth face. Well.
  • Whatever the case would be a a Dvorak ISM. The Congress got to get rid of that Congress is saying okay, they will allow the president's deal with ZTE Corp to remain in place no sanctions or adjusted sanctions for ZTE. So crisis averted on one hand. I think Trump had to show, you know going to my thesis which is that he needed to help G keep ZTE alive cuz it would possibly trigger a domino effect in the Chinese economy. I could be wrong or do you believe what everyone else says that it's to get ivanka's trademarks passed in China and to build Trump Tower in Beijing, whatever the hell you know, it's claws that anytime it's not the thing but it's but but any vodka can you know, it's not like she's starving to death.
  • I'm just saying that that is what people site at rimac rats. Yes, Adam Schiff for us Adam shift in particular Adam Schiff. Yeah. There you go. There's a guy good news because you think that okay if Trump I'm just playing my thesis Trump's at. All, right, I'll fix that and you fix it and how he did that. I don't know that was some real back roof yet because there were some their bills everyone wanted to slap him down over that. So someone went out with the message and said listen, we really got to do this now. We need the the quid pro quo. What are we going to get back?
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  • One thing is you want to get out of the way?
  • Okay, and this is the Whoopi Goldberg event, you know, I'm glad and somehow I knew you would clip it and I thought to myself everybody seeing this. That's why I didn't want to bring it up. But I'm sure you have a reason to bring it up cuz there's a been a bunch of rumors that she's not going to show up on Monday. She's going to voluntarily quit the show and I'm thinking what over this. I mean, I have the clip. Let's play the clip. It did a lot of it. You can't hear cuz they're talking over each other. I guess Whoopi says cusses around and tells you get off the show Judge Jeanine promoting her book. Yeah, and then cuz I have seen the segment and I think at a certain point she talks to one of the other women about Trump derangement syndrome and that can stores Whoopi and whoopee said you just bought it. Yeah. Oh, yes. Here's the end of that little back and forth. So we have a little context anything like this. I've never seen anybody whip up.
  • Such hate I've never seen anybody be so I and clearly you don't watch the show. So you don't know that I don't suffer from that. What I suffer from is the inability to figure out how to fix this. That's my issue. But one of the things that you talk about a lot and I'm curious about it is the Deep State. How long is the Deep State been there? And who's running it? Well, I want to answer your question because you gave you had it in you have my opening statement, which is horrible. It is it's Donald Trump the back where you said he was planned. It was murdering the children of Americans. You know, what time was when the president United States where the hell out of me now?
  • So you saw me do something. I'm very rarely do I'm very rarely lose my cold and I'm I'm not proud of it. I don't like it. Well, she went on to say she didn't like being called hysterical which I don't believe Judge Jeanine said no she never did and then we'll be never apologize. So now the rumor is that she's going to be gone but I was thinking well, hold on. Hold on. The rest of the rumor is that after the after that segment rupee and Judge Jeanine were backstage and she was yelling get the F out get the F out of the building according a Judge Jeanine. Whoopi was so mad. She was spitting on her. I don't know. You know what we need more women running the world because it'll be great fun. Yeah, Adam it Curry. Now back to the situation. I just didn't see that. What would aired is what was important that what went on Backstage or anything? Cuz I did not see why.
  • If she gets kicked off the show there has to be some reason other than this incident cuz she's nuts. Anyway what we are looking at the blanket kicked off of the show sure. She couldn't oh man. She's too important for the show.
  • That's when it comes. It says this level of mercantil kind of cross-promotion. Okay judge jeanine's publisher.
  • Is the Center Street Press?
  • Stress is owned by jet who is slowly becoming one of the biggest Publishers in the world by buying up everybody including winners operation Deon Winters operation and Disney's Hyperion.
  • Which they just picked up recently when they steals go down there big deals and there's a lot of you know, wink-wink-nudge-nudge we're going to do some promotion will promote you you promote us. You rub our back we rub your back and yes, she was there for the book big mistake would be and they don't go for this like this is interfering with Commerce. Yeah. Yeah. Whoopie can have her stupid opinions about whatever she thinks, you know, just going on but this is interfering with Commerce, you know, Judge Jeanine went back to her publisher booked. Are there shootouts somebody who chewed out somebody that has shit who chewed out somebody at Disney?
  • Yeah, I think that is a very good point. So how long has it's been a property of the same company the Hyperion which was a development of Disney. They started in negotiations to buy the commune 2005 I think and so they've been but they've been in bed with each other because Disney needs a publishing company, right and they don't I mean cuz they're doing they do a lot of business with publishing companies the Marvel Marvel and Marvel Marvel Marvel Marvel, which is the name of a chip company. Anyway, they
  • They don't you know, this is like part of the business you do these kinds of things. You don't let your your post think that they're so important, which is what what B does thinks she's so important that she can get away with this.
  • You really have to slap these people down once in awhile when you get to the Commerce level. Yes, cuz I'm sure judge jeanine's book would be it's going to be a seller. Oh, yeah, and let's just say Judge Jeanine. She's 67. It's pretty spry varies, right? He's quick-witted. She's she's very presentable. Yes. Yes. Do I need to turn on Executive mode very that's what that's when we talk about older women. We say the very presentable.
  • Yeah, she looks like she's in her forties. Wow. Wow, you're getting lucky next time. She sees you baby gets me to do that. Sorry wrong one anyway, so so that's what I think might be going on. If anything happens, even though it'll be handled. You know, what he's going to voluntarily quit if this is is this what the rumor is she's going to voluntarily quit which means she didn't voluntarily quit right? It's not that right. Right. Right, right. So, where is this rumor Sean disclosure sign where she can't disparage the company, where's this rumor showing up? And where have you gone marriage meant agreement? It's called I know where's the rumor showed up that she may not be returning on Monday. It's kind of a here and there is out there. I don't have a spot where it landed Thank you Rich coning.
  • John going home. Sunday wasn't just a jingle man. That's one of the first professional ones we got from Kevin Reeves. Yeah.
  • And you have that connection and you don't even get the Sunday Times anymore know it's hard awful directly to our attempts to church and then I said I can't take it anymore. So then I backed it off to the Sunday Times. There was another jingle that preceeded this one I think and then I then I was again it was piling up too much and I just said I might doing this for it's like well that was back in the day when in 2008/2009 and I was reading the the financial times to you and you were reading the Sunday Times to me because the internet was really still quite fledgling certainly with the news and Analysis. And now we now we still don't have any news selective dookie.
  • Police I got a really got to ask you at this point. What is this strange phenomenon of people pooping in public people who are not even homeless who just are down the thing. What is this? We had it there's a couple of cases and it seems to be a worldwide phenomenon. Now this made thank you San Francisco for leading the way. We're a cultural Beach that yeah.
  • But seriously, I mean and they're all getting caught on on CCTV. Yeah, but these are joggers. Yes is jogger. When's the best a woman? It just seems like then, you know, there's people pooping in and it in supermarkets. Is it is this a sing thing that I know it was someone explain to me if it was I think it's part of the just the Trump just syndrome. Well, well, it could be I mean we know about the cuz you brought that to light that they are women in particular who like to poop in their pants looks like a weird turn on for them. I don't know why this is coming up other than it's in the news. You know, what passively what passes for news.
  • It's just I I I don't know and it seems like this is like more women do this.
  • But yeah, the woman in the supermarket where their kids drop one drop one light on the floor keeps walking their woman who wasn't allowed to use the restroom. We got mad and pooped on the floor and start throwing it at the at the cashier like it Shemp. What is going on? Yeah. What is going on? I know I'm just asking the same thing over and over again. This is like a rhetorical question. You keep repeating. Yeah, it is that's not like it is a rhetorical question. I keep repeating but it could yeah I could cuz yeah you couldn't be I don't know. I have no idea. I think it's just the weirdest somebody that's better than us at doing psychoanalysis because that's not what we do. It should be able to we have listeners that could maybe explain this would you we have a lot of the blisters in counseling and psychologists. We have all kinds of people that list as well. Perhaps one of them can brief us and maybe it's a combination of things. So when you said the Poopers, it'd be debriefed. There it is. Thank you.
  • So we know that there are legal issues with a lot of them eagle issues, but it also turns out that while those conflicting reports on Reports say well, if you're conservative your your amygdala is more more active in your natural Beast environment your your reptilian you where you just want to strike out to strike back and everything is said to you becomes offencive and mean and an attack and of course their reports to say that this is with the only with the liberal brains. What else do we have? What other brain issue is what we know that the smart phones are messing with you with your pavlovian response mechanisms.
  • Maybe the hippocampus is also being affected and this was it was a long report on NPR about and that's how I got into it about Keyhole the company that Google bought which I think is really the basis still of Google the actual geolocation the tracking knowing where everybody is at any moment in time who they're close to I think that's really their magic secret sauce. So they were talking about how that deal came down and with that company came from but then there was John Hughes and I think he's he's not a psychologist. He's a part of particle physicist. In fact, he's one of the the Higgs boson guys, but he had something very interesting to say about the use of GPS on smartphones. So what are the upsides the downsides of GPS technology from your research from your experience? Well, it looks like clearly is you have right in your hands a map of your environment and it often so often helps. The problem is I see it is the
  • Part of our brain which is wired to do voyages or Journeys. This kind of thing is something that doesn't get used and there was a recent study in London of people that navigated through the London streets either using a GPS for using their native abilities. And this part of the brain was completely dark for people that use the GPS and was fully lit up by people who are navigating the other aspect which is fairly important and is interesting is the same part of the brain called the hippocampus is responsible for declarative memory. That is to say the memories that we use if you call up the name of your favorite High School teacher, for example, that's a declarative memory and it's also involved in how we plan for the future. So the idea that we just turn off this important part of our brain is a little scary to me. So you're saying with the GPS we are essentially ignoring the real world accuse that we've always used to
  • To get around as humans. We we ignore our own internal homing devices if you will. Yes that seems to be correct and it's borne out by a lot of studies by neuroscientists this point the other thing if you think to what it's like using a GPS, you're getting a very narrow window on the world. You just seeing what the next turn is and you aren't getting this large picture of you and the way our brains operate is to have kind of a large pick for view of the environment as if we're on a Magic Carpet hovering over the environment and we tend to lose this with GPS.
  • No, I don't think this is very healthy.
  • Well, I have such done this too because I've noticed this and I try to avoid using the GPS as much as I can and what I've done is I've reverted back to the idea of printing out the direction Florida MapQuest. They'll do it by like being does it being has a pretty good second navigation is not bad Google of course, which I think is deteriorated over time to the point where it's almost unusable Google keeps changing their vendors I can leave but I can't find out because the Press division of Google won't talk to anybody. So you asking that question you won't get an answer but Google seems to be deteriorating and they all but they all have these different systems. But if you go back and you say well, let's see. What is the where is this place? I want to go to and then you look at the map of where it is. And then you just look at the different streets and you try to memorize with those streets and then you just
  • You you use the map on your computer to see where you're going and you jump in your car and then you just go and you don't use the navigation at all. And I think it's better cuz I was using navigation. I was noticing I wasn't having as much fun California California is a lot of it's not you or a lot of people don't get this and younger kids. I know I understand the fun of driving but we used to drive and drive and drive drive to LA on the weekends. We drive to Mexico. We drive to Reno donkey show. Will you be driving every which way the blue the name of a Blue Angel or whatever then he replaced was.
  • Did we just do that? We'd be driving around and driving around and then you cruises cruising they just have these cruising things with thousands of kids were going up and down the street. So you've got into that kind of thing and use the map to get around and I noticed that when I was driving around using the GPS solely which is Handy and situation where you really don't care. You just want to get out of there you want to get to the airport or you want to get it, you know some funky town somewhere and you want to get out of there. You don't care about having fun drive normal, but enormously people, you know, they're going to go to the Safeway and they get the GPS up. So This research is very interesting. They I think was mentioned in the clip about the University of London researchers, you know, the London taxi drivers they may have changed recently if I recall but they had to have the knowledge they had to be able to know every route and London and the research show that London cab drivers who spent three
  • Years Learning the way around London by spatial methods, which is you know, you see the guys if you ever been in London the guys on the little scooters with a map mounted on the right in front of them part of their hippocampus is larger than the control group of non cab drivers, but most importantly and I'm very happy to hear you say this cuz the other day we were talking about OTG phones and you said I need I need to have navigation and so I'm glad that you're not over using it fmri scans. We're taking of older adults who are GPS and none GPS users the subjects accustomed to navigating by spatial means we're found to have higher activity and the greater volume of grey matter in the hippocampus and O's used to rely on Jeep relying on GPS. The he's adults also did better on the standardized test in the diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, which often precedes the onset of Alzheimer's well, this is
  • Who is this neuroscientist veronique Boba McGill University in Montreal? Canada said the results of the study suggests using spatial memory regular main prove the function of the hippocampus and would help ward off cognitive impairments as we age but suggested it is wise to restrict GPS used to an aid in finding the way to new destination. But to turn it off on the way back. Oh and going somewhere that is not new building cognitive Maps takes time and effort but would they hippocampus? It may be a case of use-it-or-lose-it and Bobo says she does have fears that reducing the use of spatial navigation strategies may lead to earlier onset of Alzheimer's or dementia. Yeah. I find that too just to be a specious argument makes no sense because what diseases are but I will say the hip if the hippocampus campus whatever it's called the campus is affected adversely because of using GPS. I don't know how much
  • GPS do you have to use for it to become I mean, you're driving all the time and using GPS all the time. I guess a garage sales or something like that for you. Got some garage sales got to got to bring that bring a smartphone like him all the into the smartphone then you go driving through the hills from place to place. The place is, you know, you could probably do it other ways, but that seems like it an effect of you. Well, you know what that's generally speaking. I should be with the thing on all the time. They're constantly going to some place, you know how to get there. I know how to get to San Francisco and I know my way around San Francisco, I don't necessarily need the GPS now once in a while, I'll turn it on going to someplace and find alternative routes because it does find some I found a couple of well, there's three rerouting. I think the traffic information is the most important you can just see it. Oh, there's traffic here and there and there that's kind of useful, but I just want to say could you kind of already?
  • The reason for diminishing GPS used you just have more fun just like I've been carrying around this Kyocera flip phone and it does everything I needed to do. I've actually found that almost every service has a web browser version that works including Instagram including even Uber that you can still it's not I can't find you. You can't automatically find where you are which is kind of what you want. But mostly service is still have, you know, perfectly perfectly working web interfaces and you just cut out all the tracking stuff. So they know what you're doing that and so since I've gotten rid of that I'm having fun watching idiots on their phones all day same in traffic. I mean you can if you're not you have time to focus your looking out the window cuz you do have to see where you're going and not looking at the screen and I'm horrible a directions on the first one to me. I'm really lost if I don't have some extra indication.
  • But it's much more fun to watch the moronic other drivers and it's probably safer.
  • Well, I'll tell you a couple of disadvantages to I used to develop my own shortcuts. I live in the Bay Area. I know how to get around. If so, there was a shortcut that I've been using for probably ten years. I was always thinking of maybe putting it on YouTube and it's a way to get on the Bay Bridge and it's kind of an awkward way, but it works like a champ it bypasses everything the next thing, you know, you're on the bridge. So I take it just recently I take my shirt cuz I've got J I think and somebody else in the car and I go to the thing is backed up.
  • And she says oh she says yeah. Google has been using the shortcut across, right?
  • And I said what?
  • So the Google has like ruined my shortcut. I'm not very pleased about this. Yeah, and it's a shortcut for a reason and here's a thought. I'm not I'm not a GPS has changed lives in so many incredible ways as an as it has an Airman GPS incredibly important but there's no reason to have the two-way thing going on just by a TomTom. What do they cost these days? What's the TomTom costing sticker know that when doing box? Yeah just horrible unit and just use it. That'll be fine. It's somewhat better. They probably are TomTom in Magellan had with Magellan for well, they in some ways they're better cuz they they really put they've been working on it and they keep improving it would Google for example is never better because they keep going from one vendor to another and the vendor is like sometimes the startup whether they can get cheapest. I'm I was like the best price kind of model.
  • And so it's always like sketchy. It doesn't we're always work the same one time. I was in Los Angeles. I'm trying to get to the Burbank Airport. I'm out in Venice Malibu area. And so I decided Well with Rodger I'd be taken back. Should I go down Sunset? I do this and try to do that. You think he's trying to route me to the 405 and I'm I look at the four or five. The four or five is stopped dead from probably somewhere in Nome Alaska over to down to Ensenada. It's there's nothing moving there to put me on the 405. I would have missed my flight.
  • Yeah, so I sighed just going out Sunset and I just keep going and turn around go back go back go back. He's trying to reverse me to back to get to the 405 for some reason. I would think it's only going to take me a couple of blocks on this thing cuz I still have to go I still have to go east and it keeps telling me to go back go back go back for I can't going waiting for it to stop doing that. It finally stopped and gave up and decided. Hey, I guess you're going on some other route. Let me rewrite you that way the old Google Maps would never have done that. I remember when they first came out. They never told you to take a U-turn ever. Now. They do it constantly. It's like some of the vendor Google stink products are just really flaky.
  • Anyway, that's the boring is story. I can tell ya that was that was that was pretty boring. But but I got I got a better story for you now have Frankie Valli.
  • He is the guy the real life person behind the book and see the play and the movie Catch Me If You Can which one did that come out?
  • I'll look it up. Keep Catch Me If You Can this was about a kid who would sixteen ran away and he traveled around the world posing mainly as an airline pilot and he flew for free everywhere and you know regular to okay mm to fool around the world then he later he posed as a lawyer I think a bank or all kinds of the airline pilot. Well, that was the number one is what I said number one was Airline, but he was also cashing, you know tens of thousands of dollars worth of the phony checks and So eventually caught up to him. He went to jail in France and he went to jail I think in Spain and then he was extradited went to jail in the state and instead of serving his full term. The FBI came over and said, you know, you're pretty good at that deception. We'd like to hire you and I think he worked for the F 430 years after that which and he did a talker Google ironically and you know, it was a very interesting chat.
  • About deception and and how we did it and it was just it was a fun talk but at the end it's about three minutes and he's now out of the agency, but he consults for the FBI and the CIA mainly on technology and it to things that he said one that you know, I looked into it and like I don't think this is going to happen sounds like bull crap to me but you don't know and the second one was really just the capabilities that they have that we've discussed before law enforcement in this case FBI and just thought it was fun to hear it from someone who apparently we know this guy basically bullshit his way around the world and then bullshitted his way into the F the F. The f I just came down. What is sometimes these things work out that way and then he became a dude named Ben. Yeah. Yeah, that's pretty much it though. I always used to write to my class about oh and professor as well. I'm sorry he gets to teach about it as well. What would we investigate find? It's a great country or what we know how to play.
  • Years from now what will an agent be doing five years from now and unfortunately, there's good news in his bad news. First of all, the good news. We will be doing away with passwords in the next 24 months pass for the lead the world that will be no more passwords. There is a new technology called trusona. That's trusona stands for a true Persona. It is a company in Scottsdale Arizona that created a technology for the CIA which we have used now for the last few years that technology and I was an advisor on that technology for the CIA. So I'm an advisor on bringing it to the commercial world, but it was the ability for an agent to send data back from the field such as Afghanistan on their iPhone and that Langley would know 100%
  • That is the agent on the other end to 100% identify the person on the other end of the device. That's a level for security. So they basically said what if we brought this to level 2 security and we did away with passwords so immediately when they announced that Microsoft gave them ten million dollars and said I'm in develop it so Microsoft is going to use it on all their gaming all their access to their computers et cetera. We now have the ability to identify like who the person is on the other end of that device and when you go to their website at trusona, they actually show you how it's done. So they should be demo videos there. There are three or four minutes long. They show you how it's done. So I think that's the good part but I do believe that cyber is up until the internet so
  • I went to TruStone as website mainly to see if they were a public company. We couldn't buy some stock. They're not their private company, but this is utter bull crap. They have a 45-second video and I did go there and I did take a look and they're incredible idea is you go to a website. It pops up a QR code on the screen you scan that with your iPhone and then unlocks. How is this proof positive? I mean you can be holding someone's severed head and an iPhone 10 all set to cated you could be pressing a dead severed finger on to the
  • Touch ID I don't understand how this is foolproof and how passwords are going away. It's completely ridiculous and I think I was just selling it to Google. That's why maybe he was there. I don't I don't know what that was about that was very strange. So, you know special they have on unless there's something special they have on the iPhone or some specialized app what they did not show just sounds like bull crap to me and I'd like my passwords. I like having something locked in my head that people can't get to and passwords aren't going away in 24 months. This guy's unless she had totally but listen to what he had to say and although he doesn't mention. I believe this timeline of five years that he'll mention has to do with the implementation of 5G cellular technology. This point and time has been used for financial crimes or gathering data and information, which is a value what's going to happen is we're going to see cyber very quickly now,
  • We have the ability as you know to basically shut someone's pacemaker off, but we have to be within 35 fetus and we test these device the Quantico all the time. So as long as I walk up with in 35 feet of you I take control of anybody device you have on you. So if I want to assassinate you I want to speed it up take it down. I can do that. I'd like to speed it up or take it down. I hadn't considered that they can control someone's pacemaker.
  • You know, you're up there doing a speech at the lectern. Yeah, I wonder about some of these decisions but I believe that in five years you'll be able to do that from five thousand miles away. We have the ability now that we passed that we can face a car down the interstate we got to get up with in 35 feet of the vehicle. We take over the vehicle. We shut the motor off. We locked the person in the car. We locked the power window so they can't open them. We can turn on their airbag again five years from now if you'd be able to do that 5,000 Mi away. Now this I think is plausible.
  • I would you right here. I want to pause and do one of the No Agenda tips.
  • Cuz of what he says is true, which is possible. Some of the newer cars can't do with my twenty-five-year-old Lexus now God no.
  • We have to take you up the old-fashioned way with 50 cal yeah, something like that. But you would have you should everyone should have one of these I notice is Mimi's got one in the in the one of the Vans we have and there is just what do you got this forces? Well, you never know. I can't wait to hear what this is fine law enforcement defeating device on this case. It's one of those little hammers with the little Point that's got a diamond head on it and you pop the window shatters into a million pieces. Yes, and you can also cut your seat belt with the handle.
  • I believe so. Yeah, it's a little emergency thing. If you it's supposed to be if you land in the drink and you can't, you know, all of a sudden the car surely can't lower your window is being a No Agenda tip. Let me ask you a question if law enforcement is is after you they lock your car turn off the engine lock the windows deploy the airbag do you think it's a good idea to bash the window and run away from your vehicle? Do you think this is a good idea? This guys are talking about assassinations. Well, that's true. I would say from three thousand miles away.
  • Nobody's chasing me to them. Yeah, they're trying to kill me or harass me. Maybe we went that little Hammer. Maybe we need No, Agenda emergency hammers. They're available. Go buy one or gender Brandon Brandon. We've already decided not to start branding stuff. We're still on the other end, but you need a light. So yes, our electrical grid uses a terrorist tool the ability to shut down an entire system shut down an entire banking system. Those are all the things that unfortunately will be dealing within the next four or five years of cyber starts to make that turns not like Professor Ted predicted that or anything boo. It's a very black side of cyber not just about stealing money information and data today. What we have is we developed things. So we say to you here's a device to put in your kitchen and then you can talk to her to tell you ask what the weather is what's on TV tonight all of that.
  • I could easily reverse that and listen to everything you say in your house. There are so many weaknesses in your home. Your security cameras are access point your remote control on your TV your Samsung television, your refrigerator that tells you how much milk is in it. My thing is I really don't need my refrigerated me so much imagining it is a house that uses these devices. Nobody does.
  • Just listen to what he says though, you stepped on and making your point lead back it up. You can talk to her to tell you ask what the weather is what's on TV tonight? All of that. I can easily reverse that listen to everything you saying your house. There's so many weaknesses in your home. Your security cameras are access points you remote control on your TV your Samsung television, your refrigerator that tells you how much milk is in it. My thing is I really don't need my refrigerated to talk to my toaster. They've gotten along for a long time without ever having a conversation. But what happens is we developed something we get really excited about we I get this to the marketplace and sure enough. We never look at the negative side all I try to say to a technology company. Yeah, this is great now, can you take a little time to just say how would someone use this technology and the negative self-serving way so that we build the block to that before we ever give it to the public to use it. We'd save a lot of problem.
  • So it's kind of interesting I think on one hand. He's advocating for shepherding in passwordless seamless technology and the other hand. He's clearly aware that 5G is going to give us all these capabilities. I think that's where he gets the the the refrigerator toaster thing which you know, they do exist you on the internet of things there are toasters that you have to click. Okay for the EULA the first time you turn it on in order to use it, you know, anyone who has one of these posters on Twitter area, but not personally no no The Toasters a bad example because what really happened is people start using their talking to control their music system light that's pretty end and thermostat. That's pretty much the smart home is done.
  • But all of those are horrible horrible spy devices, no doubt. I don't think that we've beaten this to death enough to disagree. I said giving us any new information. I would say if you thought that he was going to talk about the dangers of 5, G as the technology in general the room and sees the 5G the fact that you have to have those things everywhere. I'm going to have to talk about her sold. The firefighter Union has blocked fire houses from having 5G sites on them because they did some tests and firefighters were feeling down woozy woozy and that yet it's going to cost tinnitus. It's got this the 5G from what I can tell us before I can even though I really looked into it to the extent I sure it if I want to pontificate about it, but I haven't heard anything good about the technology of per se. Oh, yeah, you get more bandwidth and it's great for the Internet of Things.
  • Right. It's grubby fantastic for tracking and you couldn't always find the person's pacemaker. Yeah, that's the idea. Well it also I got another of a money-maker then, you know, there's this cloth Faraday cloth that you can use you might suits and shirts made out of this. What are you going to do for your head?
  • Well, it's not the Pacemakers not going to I mean you what you want to protect the pacemaker. Oh, yeah. Okay. Yes for your head. You can have to wear aluminum foil where the Faraday suit with a tin foil wrap and rake and then you have your little No Agenda hammer on one hand. If you if you slam it down they go stop let hammer and if you blow on the whistle, we got some great products lined up for The Fall season, just like Nutrisystem who have done exactly what you'd expect them to do.
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  • Let me see. What else did we have here? I think I got a thing a good one. There was just looking piece of a real news gossip real news gossip. Okay. Well it kind of gossipy play this listen. I'm sure this is this was not played on the national news is a local story kind of it's not really a local story, but it was played locally Trump Junior. Yes. I knew this tonight Fox network talk show host who has been dating Donald Trump junior is leaving the network then plans to stump for Republican congressional candidates. Kimberly Guilfoyle was once married to Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom back when he was mayor of San Francisco lately. She's been co-hosting the Five on Fox News and dating Donald Trump jr. Separated from his wife according to CNN Guilfoyle America.
  • Yeah, I've been those the legs. Yeah, no more than eggs on the TV's. She was all legs. I mean she would just there for legs showing off her legs Kimberly. I think she's interesting. She definitely interesting to watch a good balance with the gut felt on that show when I see it, but you know, I was looking at Donald Trump Junior's got the four kids. They're all under eight think under eight years old.
  • Yeah, it's going to be an interesting stuff relationship.
  • Well kind of nightmarish. Yeah, I just didn't she's given she's not as though they haven't got the money to hire ten nannies. You understand what I'm saying? It's not it's that's it's not about the nannies. It's just there's a lot he comes with a lot of baggage to kiss him, but he kids so she I have no idea. I don't think so. Well, I hope it works out for him. I don't think it's a very smart career move.
  • Well, you know, maybe she fell in love with the guy sure, but you don't have your Char main character. You don't have to leave your gig.
  • Yeah, I know. It doesn't.
  • I don't know. I just I'm just baffled as you are but it's just like who knows there may be more to the story. We're not having ever given any kind of real information. So I notice I do have the kind of a good theater. She could be MK Ultra could be I have a good little backstory on the plastic straw ban, which kind of feeds into a clip you played on the last show was in 2015 and video went viral. It was terrifying marine biologists and Texas A&M University. It's so researchers trying to remove a plastic straw stuck up sea turtles knows I don't want to put her brain. Yeah, that's what exactly what I say. Such a freaking stop hurting nostril of both. The regime is that Australian Millennials. I hear they're sticking Ostrum. I don't want to put a physical for a brain stem. That's what exactly what I think since it freaking nostril the public-at-large so free in Austin,
  • That video hope to raise awareness about all the plastics for me marine life and plastic straws became a prime target for elimination because well many of us don't really need them. So companies have started pledging to take them away from the cities have already banned them like Malibu and Miami beach, but for some people with disabilities straws are necessary Samba Cleese disability rights advocate in Seattle. He says the invention of plastic straws in the mid-twentieth century dramatically improve the quality of life for some people like those with poor control of muscles used to swallow and some cases Beckley says there are reusable straws option out there. But basically another say they don't work for everyone extra dangerous to bite down. They conduct Eve and paper straws also have problems people who don't have much more control will bite through paper straws and represents a choking hazard even
  • Biodegradable plastic is inflexible as real practically and other disability rights activists say that bands and plastic straws should offer exemptions for people with medical conditions. So restaurants would have plastic straws on hand for those who need them. In fact Seattle wrote this kind of wavering puts ban on plastic straws, which went into effect this month, but typically says some of the Cities restaurants don't seem to be aware of the exemption are called a bumper for dropped in by after they had plastic straws for allergies or accommodation. He says they'll told him no
  • I really think we how is this different than my clip from the last show. We had the turtle back up.
  • Okay, and and as I said, it's just like your clip I just feel that we need to put a halt to this. Idiocy. What the hell are we thinking I mean this is real now. It's just gone through far is one Turtle how to strop his nose and everyone's lost their shit over it. We need to ban Turtles from putting straws in their nose. Would that would make more sense? This is stupid stupid movement. It's more or less gotten worse. We're using more plastic people who actually thousand stars are handy. It's gotten worse. The I don't really have a problem with going to paper. But cuz I usually use pay when I was a kid now, but what's gotten worse is now especially around here. They've decided they're going to take a hard look at toothbrushes brush. Yeah, they're plastic. We need remember. I tried to create a new meme with the swizzle stick.
  • And you said that the train has left the station now we can do the turtle with maybe shouldn't use a turtle Carter where the toothbrush up its but we got to have now it's got to be really nasty. I like maybe fish with with a toothbrush out of his I was thinking I want to gross people out is by the okay. Okay. How about sticking out of his Gill?
  • Let's Lawrence. Let's see if we can do it. Let's see if we can get plastic toothbrushes band. Come home and got great artist do something. Okay, you're on your own go for it. Plastic toothbrush is evil evil evil. You only do call them out me to call out these companies that replace is a plastic toothbrush.
  • That's the problem. I know it replaces the strong and the No Agenda electric toothbrush just made a plastic. I'm so tired of this.
  • Well, I guess it kind of plays into this then I'm sure you heard this report minor league baseball team is playing on the stereo typing what the Montgomery Biscuits identify as Millennials Favorite Things ranging from avocados to selfie stations section for napping and don't forget the participation ribbon speaking It's upsetting option of backlash on social media report and targeting Millennials. It's
  • sort of targeting older Generations who like to make fun of Millennials and like to say that Millennials don't like working and don't really like you caring for themselves for every comment another appears to mark
  • You know sort of cats and negative vitamin next generation at all. I think they're trying to make quite a bit if it's insensitive then maybe they should just have thicker skin earlier this year. The Lexington Legends face similar criticism for their Millennial night before reporting before the rest of the clip. First of all, I love the millennial reports on the millennial story and she actually says gluten gluten gluten can't what what did he do to everybody the keys are laser when pissed off at the T. Who who is who and who and gluten layer so
  • To me. This was very telling this clip not so much as just funny because I think it's a very funny idea like the humor of it. That's American humor. We're very good at it. What I saw with this report is that annual here in the moment is not only does not affect people who went it actually brought more people to the event, but that the outrage sorry I say that was the idea. Oh, yeah. Well, you'll hear exactly that because of course it was a kiosk. I mean, obviously a PR stunt but the what I noticed is that the outrage was all on Twitter.
  • Yeah, they were just showing all the tweets and people just angry yelling at each other. But then in real life it really wasn't that big a deal and of course these these bombs these little nuggets are launched by PR companies into the machine and then it bubbles up very quickly and I think the job of Moser knows these days is just trolling on Twitter cuz all I really ever see is blue checkmark saying hey, can I use that picture? Hey, can you contact me? Hey anybody? Hey, do you know about this group, please DM me so we can talk about this. You know what I mean? It's like they seem to just be looking for stories on Twitter. Well, I find it as of a few years back when I started bitching about the fact that we had some segments on it where they they won't even get quotes. They just quote people's Twitter account. Yeah. Well exactly the and tell any further and he said that Trump is made it worse by institutionalizing. It's become the reporting is just reading this week's you're right.
  • Which is probably why I'm driving already that right. So but so the outrage and and you seeing this happened and everything and the mainstream is and you can see the flow is very direct. Someone starts a shitstorm Who's online you have to do it on Twitter. That's the place face back doesn't work for this. You got to do it on Twitter the hits trending the journals go look at it and then they make that their news report because it's basically free content. You've got everything you want you it's written for you. You just read out the tweets the outrage is there you maybe just do a stand-up drop your keys and you're good to go. You got a beautiful report which is funny beautiful beautiful, but all this outrage lives online and and I think people could really improve their health by just to now tuning out a little bit and hang out dropping out getting into Noggin Cassidy. A little bit.
  • I have a clip that's good. Let me just play the last eight of this you can handle it that you were done earlier this year in space similar criticism for their Millennial night before reporting increased attendance navigate from accomplishing all of us much accomplished and that is people talking about your organization. Not only here locally, but I mean, it's got a lot of reached outside of our own Community outside of our state as well.
  • You aren't you want people talking about you if proof that the mainstream is nothing but advertising for everything even the stories are advertising.
  • Well, here's a good one coming up is just a quick one clip.
  • We've all are familiar with our Silicon Valley culture and fine operations. Like Kleiner Perkins vs. Hashtag me to read Runway. If you don't think there's going to be some humor coming down the road play The Ellen Powell clip tonight the story of the Bay Area Tech executive who some see as a pioneer of the me-too movement is coming to the small screen Netflix and Shonda Rhimes have bought the rights to Memoir. It tells the story of her failed gender discrimination suit against Venture Capital firm Kleiner Perkins on Valley.
  • Oh God, don't you think this is going to be a laugh Riot. I would have expected that to be one of the first Obama Productions. Honestly, that would have been perfect. Now. Did you hear that clip to keep hearing her saying Spencer Capital instead of venture capital? So I'd have to listen to it again Facebook. See that's my clip. Hold on Ellen Powell. Yeah. I'm going to try it again the story of the Bay Area Tech executive who some see is a variety of the me-too movement is coming to the small screen Netflix and Sean drivers have bought the rights to Memoir. They tell the story of her failed gender discrimination suit against Venture Capital firm Kleiner Mike Fisher.
  • No.
  • Unless she's not pronouncing it correctly. She will be fired.
  • Another local story which is kind of funny. Is this Hitman website? If you were this story know rent handyman never saw his clever marketing ideas. His website has broken make any money off of it. It's now his personal mission. What did he put it up in the first place? It's a dude named van and he was a hit man as a consultant. Oh gosh, the idiots that go to the site and now he's actually play part 2 and you'll hear that he's actually change these Jigger the size.
  • Was actually about hiring a Hitman they says told my mom and my dad my sister and my brother Bob in it is reading an email. He got yesterday morning from a fourteen-year-old boy and Alaska and emails submitted through his website rent a hit man, but it's not what you think we decided we wanted to start a company doing risk analysis intrusion detection white hat hacking not for the name rent a hit man came from back in 2005 and the website created right here at his desk in the kitchen of his Novato home instead of getting emails for IT services. People were literally asking for Hitman the email Bob decided to run with it those email.
  • Requested Tom gets request for Hitman services, at least a couple of times each week. I need her taken care of because she won't leave.
  • And we just before it goes on forever, but it's like how dumb is the public? Oh, yeah. Yeah pretty dumb.
  • Pretty dumb and I want you to look out for the story and in your area and I'm surprised you didn't have anything on it Berkeley High graduate pleads guilty to trying to help terrorists. But his defense is it was a sting and low and behold this twenty-two-year-old Punk kid basically got wrapped up in what we used to call the six-week cycle FBI, you know saw him trolling and what he was doing is he was creating fake social media accounts.
  • Four people he believed were Islamic State supporters. And then you know how the f is they they get in touch with the guy and they kind of Jack them all up. It's like oh, yeah, let's just do some cool and then the prosecutors, you know, he didn't want to do anything. It's like I don't want to I don't want to do anything right and said no no come on. We're going to give you a credit card will go by the chemicals to blow something up. And so here's the statement from his lawyer. This is really a case about what the appropriate sentence should be. Here's a young guy who's immature said some stupid things online the FBI sent out their best people to try to get a sting operation going.
  • So it would be nice if someone could actually get that out in the open cuz it's it's really I mean, this is not yeah, it's law enforcement but this is not how you go about dealing with this situation. You tell me get ahold of this kid you shake them up and you say you moron what the hell are you doing?
  • Yeah, so I'm glad get rack up their numbers.
  • Another terrorist calling us right keep the budget going boys. Everything's good.
  • And yes or no, I don't have that store. And I'm sorry I don't we do. I do have this window about the max scherzer's of you want to hear a little propaganda like propaganda proper our local news sure who's Arvak's story vaccinating your three to 95% since California child vaccination a couple of years ago children right now. Yes, eleven percent say no.
  • Unvaccinated Kids Place other kids and adults at risk not just at school, but in any public area others with chronic medical conditions for also unnecessarily placed at risk out along those lines Elijah treated me this thing you live in the Bay Area for Medical Science and Technology Drive. Why is this even a question furthermore don't they don't think children should be vaccinated need to take an intro science course as to what vaccinations are important and Cruz also trying to understand of course and it's not just our kids either. It's all the kids. It's just common sense to me your responses. You can reach us on Twitter about anyting just make sure to use that hashtag.
  • Yeah, you know I'm starting to think illegal immigration is the way to go because our kids are going to die here. I mean they got their their amygdalas are are messed up. The hippocampus is all screwed up from GPS uses the jacket with all kinds of vaccines.
  • Jacked up with a vaccine they are yeah, I still don't I've never understood if you know if your kid is vaccinated. What are you worried about? You know, the funny thing is about this is then can't get it. If you're vaccinated, right? It's funny thing is the story's premise was that vaccination rate has increased from 93% to 95% What is the point of the story? Probably guard to the older they throw in an HPV anywhere did
  • But it's you know, you don't have to necessarily I got one last clip, you know, there's not a lot of shown on the m v m about the free Tommy movement, which has gotten pretty big in the UK. There's a lot of people protesting want this guy out of jail, or at least in a safer jail. And where he is right now tell me Robinson is we're talking about and the BBC is seen as the enemy of the people.
  • In the UK before you play a story. This is a very you want to give a little background on this because I don't think everybody knows about it. And I and I also want to say this is a very strange story. This get was essentially pulled off the streets arrested without a trial and thrown in jail with I threw the key away know he had to try he had a trial very quickly. Yeah. I was a trial you're guilty.
  • Well, he well he was but it's all on technicalities. This guy's a troublemaker because he's exposing the grooming and raping that's been going on in the north of England for decades really and and it's seen as Auntie Muslim and it is the biggest perpetrators of the crimes are Pakistani. So yeah, they're Muslim but it's really just about what's happening and for some reason either through embarrassment or because of embarrassment or maybe they're complicit the elites and the law-makers just don't want anyone to hear about it. BBC is effectively just stifled the stories Robinson whose history el-din to which takes a lot of watching YouTube interviews started. The ATL was just seen as a you know, Nazis Hitler KKK, just name it whatever you want British KKK
  • And his stories. Hey, man, this stuff going on here and nobody cares and there's plenty of victims victims who've spoken. There's just tons of victims Israeli crew ball story and this to me the way they grabbed him and tried him already PDF not the ADL the EDF English died in the ADL BDL. That's what it is. It looks a lot more like an extraction.
  • Than it does anything else to me interesting?
  • Well, he's been thrown in jail before and that was no picnic and there was not an extraction. You know, we don't know that he's we don't even know he's in jail. Did they won't let anyone see him including his lawyers. Well for Brian of London I think is spoken to him on the phone. He's pretty close to him. I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure he's he's really in jail. Okay, but then the main problem the reason he's in jail is because as a reporter for I think the rebels in the Canadian assets, he was reporting from in front of the courthouse. I'm just call it that where you could see that he was like a foot behind a line. You're not supposed to be reporting. You're not supposed to show in certain cases. You can't show Accused at the bottom line is a whole bunch of guys who had even been convicted before and he gets thrown in jail for basically highlighting with the BBC won't do
  • That's the main problem the BBC doesn't report on it properly and man people are pissed off about it and I see this free hashtag free. Tommy everywhere. Not just the UK. I see it in the Netherlands as he's in Germany as in the US. So a lot of people are pissed about it. And this is just a very short clip actually just to show you the damage that is being done to institutions like the BBC as reported from Newsnight who finds a Dutch guy and they both realized they speak Dutch, but they do this very short interview in English BBC. What what you
  • She told the BBC.
  • My love. Yeah, coz we have to remember there was a heated by the government day with this the storage wordy was it gold deal on D notice D noticed which means that they can't nobody can report on them.
  • Yep.
  • So why why is that they can refer now that D notice has been withdrawn since then so they plant more. Yeah, they can report on it. Oh, okay good. Yeah, it doesn't matter. You know, the problem is there's a problem. There's a real problem in the UK and the authorities not dealing with it. And this is Tinderbox time. People are getting very agitated. They got odd, Utah over at all. I'm telling you.
  • Well, maybe all hell will break loose. Oh, I'm pretty convinced. Hell's going to break loose somewhere. If it's not in Sweden, you know, maybe it'll be in the UK could be anywhere could be anywhere but he'll is in certainly in your in the eu's hell is going to break loose. They're not the Daily Mail is curing Jean-Claude juncker the drunker, by the way.
  • Well me and fantastic cuz the bridge they don't care they just you know, like Hey, we're Briggs eating. We think we sync yeah and explosive new account of Brussels Insider says he heard the EU politician. Jean-Claude juncker is a little too fond of the bottle.
  • And Mister junkers left as ambitious and unelected chief civil servant. This is the problem guy Martin Sellmeyer job the monster to run the commission. So there's disarray because this is his assistant basically his his insurance is not running the European commission. Well junker is is just a blathering drunk.
  • And this EU is why and why is everybody protecting him? This is what I don't understand why it went for check the experiment.
  • Yeah him they're protecting, right?
  • Did this is what you know faraj bitching about. Yeah, it's just a bunch of self a point, you know, this guy's at a point each other for different kinds of things and they're going to run and things if anything's a dictatorship, you know, this is it and we want and you know, it's a new German Empire and we trying to just going to be peace in Europe. What's the Germans take over everything? You know? Yes, they probably will I get one more clip just kind of a surety it's continuing to follow the Fallout around face bag Mark Zuckerberg did an interview with another new interview with recode which I have not seen or heard, you know, if it's video and they just the audio
  • And I think I can deconstruct what he what his issue is here in the outrage over Holocaust the nihilism on Facebook Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. I think it's facing backlash tonight after making comments that some say support Holocaust deniers. Those comments came during a podcast on a text site recode sort of people who died in the end of the day. I don't believe that because I think that there were things that different people get wrong either. I don't think that they're intentionally getting wrong.
  • Well, the social media site founder says the material should stay on Facebook. As long as the post don't call for harm or violence the interview in Media or the Illinois Holocaust Museum calls the comments wrong and irresponsible is that kirberg has since released a statement saying quote. I personally find Holocaust denial defensive and I absolutely didn't intend to defend the intent of people who deny that there's not just touching. He's pretty much licking the third rail right now very very precarious topic. So here we have a Jew who is saying, you know what I just have to allow people to be wrong on my platform and deny the Holocaust.
  • And yeah, there are ways you know, this guy is naive. I don't think so. But go ahead I think he is but I think that he usually I think was just something I really I don't like I think that's not good but it appears as if I think again, would you like me to pay attention to this now for you? Yeah, I think that's a good idea. Okay.
  • But you sound like a bad guy though, when you do that naive totally naive and he can't.
  • You couldn't figure a way out you could get out of these kinds of questions if well, first of all, you can circumvent you can well that's not the question. You should be asking me you didn't ask you end. You could there's a million ways we discuss someone who's doing the syrians, but all these tricks when you let me tell you what I think is going on and then you tell me how he should have answered. I think what he sees going on dammit my analysis of the situation. Is that Zuckerberg? And this Harkens back to the previous clip. I played about the outrage being online.
  • It is my belief that Zuckerberg knows the incredible activity. He's getting he's from a minority group. And that would be mainly left-leaning left thinking people and that is less than half of what he has on his platform. And if he starts to kick people off with alternative thoughts about the Holocaust he knows exactly where that's coming from that is definitely from the extreme. Right? But also from the extreme left. He is afraid for his business. He knows what will happen next and we're we're getting on that cusp very quickly eventually. Someone's going to say, you know, what here is a Facebook which is only for people who think this way come on over here and even if it wasn't have even if it's only 30% he doesn't need that aggro.
  • So that's why I think he's he's he's couching it because he knows they will leave. He he sees the numbers. He's got in sight to this. There's no other reason. He's a joke. Just yeah screw it. We can't have that that's fake news. That's fake news has been around for 40 years now sixty years.
  • He could have said that.
  • 80 years. She's been a long time since I was a good man. He could have said a million different things.
  • To get out of that quick. Well, what do you what do you think about my thesis though?
  • So that he you your thesis is the following. He looks at the numbers. He sees the potential for disaster, even though I buy my account in insider trading he's already taken out. I think three to four hun but it's not about him. It's not about him personally, but he has his baby. You think that he's worried about that and he's so he's fumbling around trying to save the platform from Interlopers.
  • Yeah.
  • I can't see it. Any other way you're trying to do is explain his stupidity. Yes. Yes. That's exactly what I'm trying to do. Why is he so stupid because he can't be stupid. He's got to be smart.
  • But this is not that I agree with you. It's still not the way to handle it.
  • Looks like gauge was the same way. They're both that way they have issues. All right, I have a couple I just have the Bernie and AOC. All right. I'm Bernie Sanders goes to Kansas with this woman with a G. She hasn't been elected yet and she's already he's keeping her clothes. Okay. I think she is his Protege at this point. Bernie likes the dark young ones.
  • Let's play these two question will be done Sanders New York Democratic candidate Alexandria ocasio-cortez. They were both in Kansas Friday or something for Congressional candidate in Thomas. I want to play bite for you from that. I am so proud of everyone who is here in this room today because you are carrying the candle of Hope for this country. Where were they say you are too. Oh, that's nice and Tom's. I want to play bite for you from that here in this room today because you are carrying the candle of Hope for this country back. Then the people of Kansas with a Tipping Point for the future of this nation and today they are again.
  • Instead of trolling not George Strait by Terry children from their families are concerned our establishment Democrats about their position and the way their position right now with the party and then this Rises one of these Progressive Democrats that people weren't really watching in the lead-up. Well there so that those those quotes were so rich with reaction from on all parks and and have her playing on Capitol Hill in particular Alexandria ocasio-cortez. She's not making a lot of friends in the Democratic party on Capitol Hill Democratic lawmakers who who met with her and who are not very happy that you know, obviously they she defeated one of their their own essentially Joe Crowley, but in addition to which she's actively backing in endorsing more liberal candidates in democratic
  • Primary against sitting members of Congress in that sort of a No-No and you know when we were talking to several Democratic lawmakers, they said well, you know when she gets the Capitol Hill she'll realize that things are a little bit different if you don't have friends. I like I'd like to her and Bernie teaming up. I think that's very smart for both of them.
  • Well when they go on with this analysis, which is the one of the overnight shows they make it clear that Bernie had a bad time of it and probably start thinking about this probably some of the reasons that the DNC which was really never discussed kind of Submarine. Bernie's campaign is cuz the Democrats always hated Bernie, they just hate the guy he's not he's not a team player. He runs does an independent. There's no reason to give him any support. I'm not actually cut his wardrobe sucks. There's a lot of things never comes his hair. It seems as though maybe that thing broke blown out of proportion. The Bernie supporters were, you know, the Democrats were glad to have a bunch of these kids get all worked up, maybe get into the campaign, but they didn't like Bernie personally at all, but let's play part 2 and then we can finish cuz I know you've been active recently on this issue and concern you have about Russian election meddling Latimer.
  • Was invited to the White House this fall the secretary of state says the invitation has not yet been confirmed. Do you think it should be withdrawn because he could change his mind tomorrow, but it makes me think he is being you have a president who really don't have strong Core Power. Tendencies, and maybe he is Meijer the kind of government the Pooh.
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  • Jackson today's Face the Nation that'll be playing as we speak. It's checking off the oil Trump boxes. And this is such a contrast to what we heard at the beginning of the show. When I brought out the real lefties. Yeah who are not singing this song at all. This is Bernie just playing to the audience. So he's so he's lost all this original thought sadly cuz he you know, he has some good thoughts. He had some thoughts and everything. He said and now he's you know, what, you know doing something with the he wasn't one. So, yeah, he just latching a wagon on that is very pathetic and she can't be his vice presidential candidate or anything like that. That's impossible.
  • I'm not you know know what's going on in you have to be 35. Don't you or more? I forgot I think it's 35. It's not her age. I know which emails you know, for sure. Look all I know is my for the m v m is you better get on Bill you get the tag team out and get Bill out of the way so you can do six months of retrospective because the Republicans are looking at George Walker Bush they're saying hey, we could have six weeks of retrospection or they're both trying to hold out to one who's going to die last that's that's it who will die last. There you go.
  • Mark, my words someone's got to go.
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