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i’m watching the comments there’s a

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debate raging about whether or not gonzo

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lira

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is uh ridiculous or legitimate

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essentially

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godzilla is controlled by the ukrainian

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special services

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you don’t you don’t sit there and become

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an internet

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opposition figure

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in kharkiv

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uh you know

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claiming that the ukrainian government

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it doesn’t want you to broadcast and

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suddenly disappear for a week where

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you’ve been detained by ukrainian

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security services who are known to

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torture rape murder slaughter slip

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throats gut you whatever they want to do

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and suddenly you’re back

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and given access to the internet hey

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gonzo how’d that work out buddy

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how did you get access to the freaking

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internet when you were captured by the

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sbu what story did you tell or were you

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an sbu agent all along was this some

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sort of game being played but i can

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guarantee you that no security service

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in the world would allow somebody they

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accused of being an online provocateur

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pain for five days and then release them

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and give him access to computer they

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took my computers but you’re

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broadcasting from somewhere gonzo so no

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you know

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i think people

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said that he is literally a ukrainian

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government agent end of story

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all right well let’s see what the

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ridiculous meter has to say about him i

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had it calibrated this morning so we’re

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going to get a very accurate reading

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gonzolero ridiculous or legit

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there it is

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and ridiculous okay that’s you can’t

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argue with the meter

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calibrated this morning

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calibrated okay

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yeah

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if you don’t calibrate it you can’t be

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sure it’s accurate

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come on you know that scott alex

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just simply alex

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finnish news reports that the

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possibility of sending ukraine f-16 f-17

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f-18 and a-10 planes

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i think i think i might have left some

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words out there

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is this uh

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ascending to ukraine i guess that’s what

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i looked at is this smart and is the

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operational space in ukraine conducive

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to use of these plans

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well first of all um let’s just deal

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with that

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the average person i don’t think knows

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what what

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the f-17 um

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you know there were there was a fly-off

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back in the day um

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and the uh f-17 was a experimental plane

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that i think flew off against the um

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f-16 and uh the f-16 won the uh fly-off

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so the f7 team was never made part of

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the american arsenal so

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i’m curious about where we get f-17s to

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give to ukraine to begin with so let’s

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remove the f-17 unless they mean the

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f-117 which is the stealth the old

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stealth fighter

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which would only reinforce the point i’m

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getting ready to make

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um

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the united states right now we

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you know the reason why we’re

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you know seeking to build f-22s and

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f-35s is that our existing

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um the workhorses of our air force the

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f-16 the f-15 and maybe the f-17 they

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meant to be f-15 i don’t know um the

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f-18s uh the a-10s we we’re literally

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flying the wings off these aircraft

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they’re um

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they’re you know these we’re talking

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about airframes that were manufactured

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in the 1970s so we’re we’re coming up on

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50 years on some of these air airplanes

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um

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and

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you know to give an example the the a-10

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right now literally though the wings are

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are falling off these airplanes um we

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have to we have to remanufacture these

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just so that they can stay in service

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with the united states air force if we

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gave away

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a-10s to ukraine as some people have

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discussed

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we wouldn’t be giving away the

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remanufactured ones which we need for

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the us air force we’d be giving the

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ukrainians the old ones which

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are already breaking down now anybody

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who’s been involved in military aviation

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knows that um

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you know there’s a plane just doesn’t

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take off fly land and repeat as

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necessary there’s this whole logistics

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effort and maintenance effort uh modern

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military aircraft require extensive

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maintenance uh with specially trained

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personnel

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if you give the ukrainians

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any one of these aircraft they don’t

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have the logistics or the maintenance

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capability to sustain this

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um

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so you know that the plane would

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would take off um you know the airframe

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would get stressed uh some fuse would

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blow some cable would snap um

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and

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the plane would land and would be

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grounded

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that’s it so no

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giving ukrainians advance or you know

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old

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um american military equipment uh is

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just a recipe for disaster um one uh the

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russians have a solution to

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any one of these aircraft uh you know

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the united states the um

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i’m just going to respond irish anger to

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be fair scott did indicate he was dead

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he indicated he was dead you idiot

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okay

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jesus christ he said if i’m offline for

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12 hours assume the [ __ ] worst

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all right

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so i respected what he said he

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disappeared for 12 hours and i didn’t

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say he was dead i said gonzo lira said

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that if he was offline for 12 hours and

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we have to assume that something bad

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could have happened to him and he could

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be dead

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so that’s not cool stick it near here um

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anyways back to the aircraft um okay

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don’t put those up that’s just gonna

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pitch me

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people are so stupid if you’re gonna

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accuse me something do your goddamn

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homework first okay

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literally do your homework don’t waste

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my time don’t waste your time

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um

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you know be smarter than that be better

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than that but no they’re not going to

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provide the ukrainian aircraft um you

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know when the united states goes to war

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it’s not just an f-16 fighter but it’s a

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wax behind there there’s

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satellites up there there’s a whole

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infrastructure of of battlefield

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intelligence that empowers the f-16 to

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do what it’s doing um

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the ukrainians don’t have any of that so

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an f-16 that goes into that battle space

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will just get shot down

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that’s it that bottom line and remember

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we’re not dealing you know i don’t care

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how good the ukrainian pilot is you

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don’t take a mig-29 pilot

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who might be very proficient in the

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mig-29

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and then immediately transition him into

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the f-16 and expect the same level of

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performance

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so

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that’s

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that no the

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it’s pure stupidity and i actually don’t

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believe that this is going to happen

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because i i think

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the um

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i don’t think there’s anybody in the

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pentagon stupid enough to

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to do this is purely political this is

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all politics it’s about american

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politicians wanting to be seen as doing

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something so anybody i’ll leave you with

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this anybody who says

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we should give ukrainians

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american aircraft

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doesn’t know what they’re talking about

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they should be immediately dismissed

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jack

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simply jack says it would be interesting

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if you guys did a quick segment in each

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show

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estimating the military math for the

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week just a suggestion it’s an objective

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way of measuring developments

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military mastery of the week well

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military matter of the week what uh what

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i would say is that um well i’m sorry

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before you before you say what it is for

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the week can you just explain what the

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term military math means well military

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math is i mean it means another thing

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but what i

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the way i’ve been using i’m assuming

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that he’s because he’s using that term

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you know he’s he’s

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reflecting on what i’ve said previously

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you know i’ve talked about basic

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military math we start off with basics

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uh when you want to go on the offensive

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you want a three to one advantage so you

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want three of your guys for every one of

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them that’s this basic military math um

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that if you’re attacking from a one to

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three disadvantage which the russians

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are doing

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you’re going counter to what is normally

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expected other military math is if you

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have a tenfold supremacy and um

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in artillery uh in um in in the number

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of tubes and and the amount of

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ammunition you’re firing

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uh there’s every reason to believe that

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you’re going to

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win the artillery duel so if the

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russians have

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uh

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4 000 let’s just say 2 000 artillery

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tubes and ukrainians have

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200 and the russians are firing 60 000

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rounds and ukraines are firing 6

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thousand rounds that just basic military

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math is that every time the russians

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fire their sixty thousand rounds they’re

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going to destroy a number of those 200

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artillery tubes they’re going to be

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removed from the equation which limits

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their ability to counter back so even if

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the 200 tubes are 100 accurate every

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time and the russians are only

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50 accurate every time military math is

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the russians are going to finish the day

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with far more artillery pieces ukraine’s

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gonna have nothing and this is what’s

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happening on the battlefield right now

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the ukrainians

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are

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uh they’re being ground down first of

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all the the russian artillery is

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extraordinarily accurate so

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they’re not only winning the

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the volume they’re winning the accuracy

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aspect of it too i mean some exceptions

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are high mars but there’s only you know

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eight high mars um

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so

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probably over drinking let’s give them

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right okay

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you know i give anybody a break look

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it’s not easy to be captured by a

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security services as brutal as the

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ukrainians and um convince them that you

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should be allowed to be released without

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any evidence of torture and being given

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back your internet connectivity and your

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computers so i’m giving it a break

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you know i don’t want bad things to

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happen to gonzoler but

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you know i i we just have to be

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here you say he’s stressed he’s not

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stressed

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uh if he was stressed he’d be uh let’s

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just forgive out there there we go i’ll

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we’ll follow eric’s invite

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we’ll just

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i think it’s funny which comments you

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notice i mean it looks like most of the

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time you’re not even paying attention to

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them i’m trying to maintain eye contact

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with you but then you know i see that

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down there and i i just saw a gonzo

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lira’s name and i went

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but um

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it’s like waving a red flag in front of

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a bull but the you know the military

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math you know let’s put it this way

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um the russians are in the business

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right now of

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building

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um

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battalion sized uh combat groups um

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the ukrainians are in the business of

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having their brigades destroyed so

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they’re losing that military math

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there’s no aspect of this of this

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conflict where ukraine is gaining

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an advantage either in terms of

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numerical advantage meaning that they’re

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turning the tide against the russians

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killing more russians than ukrainians or

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a qualitative advantage meaning that uh

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that that they’re getting superiority in

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certain levels of the you know

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electronic warfare intelligence

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targeting and that

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from a qualitative standpoint they’re

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able to overcome the

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quantitative disadvantages they have

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so

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what does that mean

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i’m sorry am i distracting you too much

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with these comments i’m really into the

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comments tonight the most done is that

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some kind of a

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i hope that’s a compliment i don’t know

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um

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i don’t know anyways

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oh here it is explaining how fun oh fun

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fun fun

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well that’s because we’ve introduced a

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um a new element

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yeah i think steve stevo may be

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participating too that’s hence the type

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of perhaps

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yeah

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number seven premium very good beer i

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would recommend it to uh anybody who’s a

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fan of lager

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um

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but they don’t call it the peanut

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gallery

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all right come on jeff give me all right

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give me another question

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i didn’t avoid that question did i

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answer no no no you never evade anything

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s anderson one of my favorite initials s

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that’s good yeah

12:45

do you know if the forces that wanted to

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oust

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yanukovich in 214 2014 had any intel

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that he would survive a vote of no

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confidence or was his ouster not

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occurring fast enough

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that is a very good question

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isn’t it very sort of esoteric in a way

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if that makes

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but what i would say to this is that

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we

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we have um

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evidence in the form of the intercepted

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phone call of

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victoria newland and the u.s ambassador

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to ukraine um where when you when you

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you know listen to that entire

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conversation a couple things emerge one

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the united states was heavily involved

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with specific elements of the ukrainian

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parliament

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um that we owned

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a number of these politicians i mean

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when when newland says uh yats is our

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boy yatz of course being the man that

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went on to become the um

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the the prime minister of ukraine in a

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post-maidan

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uh

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you know political environment so we

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we

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can you know we had bought and paid for

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ukrainian politicians who had received

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special

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i’ve got the russian imperial stout so

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uh

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i had a choice of three or three baltics

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so i have i have that one then i have

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the special lager as well so we’ll see

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what happens next week um we’ll see if

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marina pulls the plug on me drinking

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beer on live on the internet

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uh you know but uh you were you were

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very uh civil tonight i think uh i think

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when she weighs everything she’ll like

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she’ll like this version she knows

14:28

anyways she would say i should never let

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gonzo lyra get under my skin because

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he’s not nobody but um it’s always

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awesome

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the thing about i’ll just be a pro the

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reason why i take the thing is

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i actually was concerned

14:43

i literally was very concerned that this

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guy had been um kidnapped and he was

14:46

being tortured and i was outraged that

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there was no um

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that that nobody was speaking up that

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you know this man is you know he he sold

14:54

himself as a journalist uh that you know

14:57

he was taking he had an audience um he

14:59

was having an impact people were

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listening to him

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and um and he warned us that you know

15:05

you if i disappear for 12 hours or more

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assume

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that i admit that i’ve been taken and

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that they’re going to kill me

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um and he specifically said you know

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they’re killing people assume they’re

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gonna kill me so the man had disappeared

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for a couple days and i’m like where’s

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the outrage there’s where’s the media

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speaking out so i made a decision to use

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whatever platform i have uh to try and

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bring attention to this and i and i did

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i did it with the best of intentions and

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um

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we’re not allowed to say gay wine um

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oh i didn’t even catch that i i i just

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you’re paying more attention to get me

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in trouble man but um

15:46

that way it resonate because it wasn’t

15:49

an action that i like half heartedly i i

15:52

was trying to get attention brought to

15:55

you know his uh his disappearance um and

15:58

then to throw his family and you know

15:59

what his family was fully [ __ ] aware

16:02

of everything the man had said

16:03

you know i’m not the one that invented

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if i’m gone for 12 hours assume that i’m

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dead

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um

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i don’t know what that was but

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no i was shown why my hand was going up

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and down it’s those one of these things

16:16

that i don’t know what it’s called it’s

16:17

a pump to keep the air in so it lasts

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longer

16:20

okay as i was doing it i realized it

16:23

might look uh like victorious it was it

16:25

was it was like a prop from austin power

16:27

yes uh jeffrey toobin is who i was

16:30

thinking oh no don’t bring him up but um

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the point is that that’s why it gets

16:34

under my skin because i was actually was

16:36

trying to do it i didn’t think other

16:38

people could see me

16:39

i didn’t think other people could see me

16:42

yeah

16:43

your profession

16:45

isn’t that good i had that ready

16:47

i well that means that you pre-planned

16:49

that whole thing no no i didn’t there’s

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so much foreign

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no no no it wasn’t planned i thought

16:56

just thought that would be something

16:57

that could be used sometime go ahead so

16:59

where were we before i got sidetracked

17:01

on ganzo what was the question again

17:03

about oh yanukovych look

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  • joseba

    Scott RITTER, Larry johnson and Gonzalo Lira
    2022(e)ko ira. 20(a)

    we’re with uh scott ritter and larry johnson larry johnson is a former cia
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    analyst he then went on to work at the state department specializing in counter-terrorism
    0:10
    and he is the founder of berg associates which is a consulting firm of sorts
    0:18
    and uh larry’s fans who are tuning in probably are familiar with that but but why don’t you just start by saying uh
    0:24
    hello larry and what is berg associates exactly uh burger associates is a conglomeration
    0:31
    it’s basically now just a former dea money laundering expert and myself
    0:36
    we do financial investigations i also spent 24 years scripting counterterrorism
    0:42
    exercises for the special operations uh community within the u.s military
    0:48
    i held top secret department clearances up until uh 2016.
    0:54
    all right is your position are you taking a pro money laundering position or an anti-money laundering position i
    0:59
    want to get into the money laundering when i forget to check my pockets when i toss it into the washing machine but
    1:05
    otherwise very much against it all right thank you for clarifying
    1:10
    so uh larry and scott have been publicly disagreeing lately and things got very
    1:16
    heated so i had to figure out a way to bring these guys together without things getting out of control
    1:22
    and i actually have a secret weapon which we’ll get to in a moment but i think a lot of folks are very interested
    1:29
    in the latest developments in ukraine and so i have a thought now i haven’t
    1:35
    mentioned this to either one of you two but i know you both stay up on it so i’m pretty sure you can handle it before we
    1:40
    get into the debate or the discussion or the hostility or the uh
    1:46
    or the the making uh the make up sex or whatever it might be wherever it might
    1:51
    go can i ask each of you to spend two minutes or less
    1:57
    giving us the latest in ukraine as you know it to be would that be right can we start with
    2:03
    you scott how about that two minutes or less russia’s winning ukraine’s losing
    2:10
    uh nato is embarrassed the united states is humiliated uh this fight is going to take longer
    2:16
    than uh many people anticipated and the consequences of russia’s victory
    2:23
    is going to be extremely dire for ukraine and um equally dire for nato in the united
    2:30
    states and uh i think we’ll set in motion a chain of events that uh
    2:36
    will ultimately alter the geopolitical reality of the world as we know it today
    2:43
    wow you stuck to the time limit what a pro you are larry i will now make the same request of you kind sir
    2:50
    basically what he said uh so the only the only
    2:56
    let’s call it different point of opinion and i’m not sure i’m not sure how long it will go on
    3:02
    because the russia’s ability what it’s achieved in grinding so far gets down to a question
    3:09
    i don’t have the answer to and we’ll discuss it later whether or not russia is the supported commander in
    3:15
    this operation or whether russia is the supporting commander with respect to uh
    3:21
    donetsk and luhans but against this the western economies are collapsing
    3:27
    they’re going to collapse this this notion an inflation fueled by two printing too
    3:34
    much money ignored all the shortages that are cropping up in the supply streams this is it’s gonna be
    3:40
    devastating to the west you’re not gonna be able to lend a dime to ukraine i think within
    3:46
    six months okay great and let’s just play it by ear when we’re done uh discussing what you
    3:53
    guys have been disagreeing about if it seems like you know there’s still time and interest we can get into uh the current situation
    4:00
    a little bit more no no need to worry about it though so uh basically the the controversy has
    4:07
    been that scott’s analysis has been evolving and some people have been criticizing
    4:12
    him for it including larry i think some of it is quibbling over
    4:18
    semantics but some of it is also a substantive difference of opinion a
    4:25
    difference of uh take on what the facts are as well so let’s try to so to sort
    4:31
    all that out i guess the central issue is you know how much does the u.s aid and training
    4:38
    that’s being provided really matter uh and i would like to show a clip uh
    4:43
    with gonzalo lira talking about this because he’s also one of the people that have been criticizing scott
    4:48
    and uh the other reason is larry mentioned him in his uh recent post as
    4:54
    being sort of a kindred spirit not that they agree on everything but in a certain sense they’re agreeing on on
    5:00
     so let’s just take a look at him and start there these people keep insisting that
    5:07
    the west the united states that nato can keep on resupplying ukraine endlessly that’s not true
    5:14
    it’s not true at all because see you can maybe buy and manufacture the weapons and send them
    5:20
    but there’s a great difference between sending the weapons and actually getting them and putting them on the front and using
    5:26
    them against the opponent if the opponent is denying you the ability to do that with these imported
    5:31
    weapons then the weapons are for all intents and purposes useless the weapons are actually a death trap because if
    5:37
    you’re handling these weapons you’re gonna get hit by a missile
    5:43
    okay and here is a quote from larry’s recent post uh this podcast is also
    5:49
    audio only on spotify so i’m going to read it for the benefit of that audience it says scott ritter sees the training
    5:56
    of ukrainian troops in poland as a critical variable that could really
    6:02
    hurt the russians training reinforcements on new technology might be a potential game changer if the
    6:09
    situation on the ground in ukraine was static it is not russia is grinding down the entrenched
    6:16
    ukrainian forces in the so there’s that word game changer and i
    6:22
    think that’s kind of the the source of some of the disagreement scott what is your response to that
    6:28
    i i stand by everything i’ve said it’s a game changer and uh one of the reasons why a continuance is that the russians
    6:35
    agree it’s a game changer the president of the the nets republic uh just yesterday i believe
    6:40
    uh in speaking about you know the current status of uh of events etc um
    6:47
    made a telling statement he said because ukraine has received and asked for and received
    6:54
    heavy weapons from nato and that these weapons have made it to the front lines and are killing russians
    7:00
    and dnr troops and lnr troops this war will not stop the special
    7:06
    military operation will not stop once we reclaim our borders but we are now compelled to move on he also said that
    7:15
    this moving on will include the seizure of odessa implying that had ukraine not received these heavy
    7:22
    weapons that odessa may not have been um on the agenda my point is none of
    7:28
    this means that ukraine is winning or that russia is losing but it is literally a game changer the game has
    7:35
    changed the war is long and now you know larry and i i agree larry we don’t know

    ooooo
    Iruzkinak:
    The Dolphin

    Take off the Gonzalo Lira Tag. He’s not here. In fact, if he was, I would not watch it. He’s a total arse. And Scott deserves never to be on the same bill as Grifter Lira.

  • joseba

    Military Analyst Scott Ritter Answers Sex Abuse Allegations
    2022(e)ko ira. 18(a)
    (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZJQCKwLyqc&t=237s)

    Scott Ritter is a controversial figure. His analysis of events in the Russian Special Military Operation in Ukraine are respected by many and also they anger many others. Ritter has a background as a US Marine Corps combat officer, UN weapons inspector and intelligence analyst.

    Ritter was convicted of sex offenses in Pennsylvania in 2011 and he served 3 years in prison. He is still pursuing an appeal of the conviction.

    Transkripzioa
    0:00
    okay
    0:00
    oh looks like we have a voicemail
    0:02
    message coming in this comes from
    0:04
    christian cars in belgrade
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    dear scots defensory thank you for your
    0:12
    fantastic
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    podcast
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    this is christian in serbia
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    my question is not pleasant at all but i
    0:19
    need to ask this
    0:21
    very very ordinary reversing authority
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    your critics respond
    0:27
    that you are a convicted sex of them
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    serving time from march 2012 to
    0:34
    september 2014.
    0:36
    how do you suggest that i answer
    0:38
    questions about your credibility
    0:41
    how should we answer your critics
    0:44
    what have you learned from your
    0:46
    condition what does marina say about
    0:48
    this
    0:49
    and scott i am a big big fan
    0:53
    if you come to belgrade i’ll treat you
    0:56
    for a fantastic you and marina for a
    0:58
    fantastic lab dinner
    1:00
    thank you i hope to see you soon
    1:04
    well thank you for the question um
    1:08
    all right that’s a mixed bag
    1:10
    i don’t mean to smile but but what i’ll
    1:12
    say is this if um if i’m talking about
    1:14
    ukraine and somebody wants to know about
    1:16
    something else
    1:20
    they want to know about my golf handicap
    1:22
    if they want to know about whether or
    1:23
    not i can sink a hook shot from from mid
    1:25
    court and the reason why i’m bringing up
    1:27
    these despair things is they don’t
    1:29
    matter they have nothing to do with the
    1:30
    analysis i’m doing about ukraine so the
    1:33
    second someone do does that it tells you
    1:35
    that they aren’t interested in the
    1:38
    analysis they’re doing an ad hominem
    1:40
    attack in an effort to shift over and
    1:43
    create discomfort get people to pull
    1:45
    away i’m used to it what can i say about
    1:48
    i think you put out the dates of march
    1:50
    to september
    1:52
    first thing i would say is get your
    1:54
    facts right i’m not
    1:55
    i’m just saying you know
    1:57
    i was actually in prison from october
    1:59
    2011 until september uh so you know
    2:03
    right off the bat you you don’t know
    2:05
    anything about what you’re talking about
    2:06
    you’re googling that’s very bad to do by
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    the way don’t google
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    don’t read wikipedia none of it’s right
    2:14
    uh and i don’t mean to be too
    2:15
    disparaging let me put it this way i
    2:16
    committed no crime
    2:18
    flat out statement so now you want to
    2:20
    talk about what i was accused of i’ll
    2:22
    just say straight up it’s none of your
    2:24
    effing business
    2:25
    none of your business i didn’t commit a
    2:27
    crime do i pry into your personal life
    2:30
    i was charged with
    2:32
    events that had no basis of criminality
    2:35
    this was purely a
    2:37
    you have to talk to the people that did
    2:39
    it about the motivations i know the
    2:40
    motivations of some it’s clear but the
    2:43
    the fact of the matter is i committed no
    2:44
    crime they had to manufacture a crime
    2:47
    literally i have the documentation that
    2:49
    they submitted to the court that proves
    2:51
    it the prosecutor saying we can’t
    2:54
    convict based upon this because it’s
    2:56
    insufficient to prove a crime because we
    2:59
    can’t prove that the crime was committed
    3:00
    what we need to do
    3:02
    is manufacture a case pull in things and
    3:05
    fundamentally do something and we said
    3:08
    you can’t do that and the judge went no
    3:10
    no we’ll let them uh we’ll let them do
    3:11
    that judge literally allowed them to
    3:13
    manufacture a crime and then we were
    3:15
    prohibited from defending ourselves and
    3:17
    sculpted there i’ll give you an example
    3:19
    i don’t go to too many people here but
    3:20
    it’s a computer-based crime right i mean
    3:23
    that’s what i was alleged
    3:24
    here based crime
    3:26
    why then when i tried to turn over my
    3:28
    computer
    3:30
    to the prosecutor to say here it is
    3:33
    where’s the crime the prosecutor went oh
    3:35
    we don’t want to touch them
    3:38
    so then we turned the computer we spent
    3:40
    a lot of money turning it over to
    3:42
    forensic uh investigators and they went
    3:45
    through it and they said there ain’t
    3:46
    nothing here so
    3:48
    then we took it to a guy who spent 28
    3:51
    years he and he was one of the leaders
    3:53
    in the
    3:54
    task force against crimes against jordan
    3:56
    this is the guy that convicts all the
    3:58
    bad people and we said we want you to go
    4:01
    through the computer and he wrote back
    4:02
    and he said now i’ve got the letters i
    4:04
    mean one of these days i’ll write a book
    4:06
    and it’ll all become clear but
    4:08
    i’m not doing that right now because i’m
    4:09
    is he talking about ukraine
    4:11
    but
    4:12
    you know he said
    4:13
    we don’t do this and we said why don’t
    4:15
    you do this and he said because
    4:17
    everybody says they didn’t do anything
    4:19
    and then you give us the computer and we
    4:22
    find that they did something and so
    4:24
    we’re advising you not to do this
    4:26
    because once we go through your computer
    4:28
    you’re gonna have to turn it over to the
    4:30
    prosecutor and they’re gonna nail your
    4:31
    ass to the wall and my lawyer’s like
    4:33
    well scott we better not do it i said
    4:35
    give him the goddamn
    4:37
    and he did
    4:38
    the guy came back with a letter he said
    4:40
    in my entire career i’ve never written a
    4:42
    letter like this
    4:43
    where
    4:44
    somebody gave me a computer said they
    4:46
    didn’t do it and i went through it and
    4:47
    found out they didn’t do it
    4:49
    we listed all the things he said no he
    4:51
    wrote a big letter so we were going to
    4:53
    bring him in as an expert witness the
    4:55
    prosecution said no judge you can’t
    4:57
    allow this to happen and the judgment
    4:59
    you’re right we’re not going to allow
    5:00
    the witness we’re not going to allow a
    5:02
    statement we’re not going to allow his
    5:03
    investigation
    5:04
    wow it’s a computer crime but you can’t
    5:06
    bring in the guy that invested the
    5:07
    computer the possibility wouldn’t
    5:09
    instead the prosecution reached out and
    5:12
    pulled a sealed file sealed they got it
    5:15
    unsealed illegally
    5:17
    they submitted false testimonies
    5:19
    including the document that said we
    5:20
    can’t prosecute them unless you unseal
    5:22
    this file in new york related 2001
    5:24
    incident
    5:25
    not found to be criminal they sealed it
    5:27
    for a reason
    5:28
    but they
    5:29
    you can’t unseal it they got them to
    5:31
    unseal it we challenged that the judge
    5:33
    said um
    5:35
    if you want me if you don’t want me to
    5:37
    allow this evidence end you’re gonna
    5:38
    have to go to the new york court system
    5:40
    and have the new york court system judge
    5:41
    whether or not it was sealed or unsealed
    5:43
    we did so unanimous decision by the new
    5:45
    york supreme court said it was done
    5:47
    illegally this stuff should never be
    5:49
    allowed into trial you guys said screw
    5:51
    it we’re allowing it trial anyways and
    5:53
    uh but it’s not yet
    5:54
    what they allowed in the trial was only
    5:56
    part of the total record i’ll get off
    5:59
    i’ll provide a hint public’s not aware
    6:01
    um
    6:02
    i spoke at a um
    6:05
    the detective that arrested
    6:08
    um he did a computer a forensic computer
    6:11
    um thing on my computer they came and
    6:13
    seized my computers and he came back and
    6:15
    wrote about he said uh
    6:17
    there we found nothing on the computers
    6:19
    nothing
    6:20
    that’s why i wasn’t prosecuted i said
    6:22
    there’s nothing on the computers there’s
    6:23
    there’s no evidence of crime here at all
    6:25
    um that report disappeared
    6:28
    when when they turned over my file to
    6:30
    pennsylvania that report disappeared you
    6:32
    don’t know where no no no one knows what
    6:34
    happened to that report but um there was
    6:36
    a whole bunch of other stuff in there
    6:37
    too that disappeared wasn’t there they
    6:40
    said they turned over the total file
    6:42
    they did not they turned over
    6:43
    hand-picked things which taken out of
    6:45
    context seemed to imply guilt implied
    6:47
    guilt of what i was never charged with a
    6:49
    crime in new york
    6:50
    the case was dismissed the file was
    6:52
    sealed that’s what you do in places like
    6:54
    this do you steal the file never to be
    6:56
    released
    6:57
    but instead pennsylvania got it released
    6:59
    perry picked it brought it into the
    7:01
    trial and they manufactured a case
    7:04
    uh and i was convicted i’ve been
    7:06
    appealing it ever since uh they they
    7:08
    told me i remember going to the
    7:10
    pre-trial coverage where i’m supposed to
    7:12
    be grilled by my lawyers about what’s
    7:13
    going to happen at the trial and instead
    7:15
    they sat there and they said scott you
    7:17
    need to plead guilty they’re they’re
    7:18
    gonna put 40 years out there you’re
    7:20
    going to go to jail for 40 years i said
    7:23
    i will never plead guilty they said 40
    7:25
    years they’re gonna if you plead guilty
    7:27
    to this one charge they’ll give you all
    7:29
    parole you’ll never go to prison i said
    7:31
    innocent men don’t plead guilty
    7:33
    especially to the charges that are put
    7:35
    out there i won’t do it we’re going to
    7:37
    trial and we did they lost it’s a
    7:40
    different issue
    7:41
    but i’ve been appealing it ever since
    7:43
    when i went to prison
    7:44
    uh try to tell you what here’s here’s a
    7:46
    chance for all you studs out there you
    7:48
    want to see how manly you are
    7:50
    go to prison on a sex offender chart
    7:53
    try it
    7:54
    i dare you you know what they do to sex
    7:56
    offenders in prison
    7:57
    they [ __ ] them up
    7:59
    you know what they didn’t do to me
    8:01
    [ __ ] me up want to know why because the
    8:03
    first thing you do sex offender does in
    8:05
    prison is hide they run away they tell
    8:07
    them don’t talk about your case don’t do
    8:08
    anything i came into prison and said
    8:10
    read the [ __ ] paperwork and they all
    8:12
    read it and they went why are you here i
    8:15
    said that’s a good question the guards
    8:17
    even said it how the [ __ ] are you here
    8:19
    the warden why the [ __ ] are you here
    8:22
    none of them could explain it but i had
    8:23
    to be there because i was convicted in a
    8:24
    court in a sham trial
    8:26
    um
    8:27
    you know you know who picks on set
    8:28
    defender the most
    8:30
    gangs
    8:31
    latin kings crips bloods they don’t like
    8:34
    sex offenders
    8:36
    um
    8:37
    when you go out in the yard the gangs
    8:38
    own the yard so what did i do
    8:41
    went straight up to him i went and
    8:43
    played basketball you got oh well you
    8:45
    played a game wow really go play
    8:47
    basketball in [ __ ] prison dude um try
    8:49
    it try to walk on the passport white
    8:51
    dude walk on a bass court dominated by
    8:53
    crips and bloods
    8:54
    it’s blood and blood out [ __ ] you go in
    8:56
    there and you have to fight your way on
    8:58
    the court you’re fighting the entire
    8:59
    game elbows to the face knees to the
    9:02
    groin they’re fighting they’re kicking
    9:04
    and they’re testing you you’re seeing
    9:05
    what kind of man you are and if you take
    9:07
    it and you give it back to him then
    9:09
    you’re allowed on the basketball court
    9:11
    that’s the way it works um i did that i
    9:13
    won the respect bloods
    9:15
    crooks aladdin kings
    9:18
    and then the other thing that happened
    9:19
    is because i won their respect they
    9:21
    turned around and they
    9:22
    helped a couple of them out with some
    9:24
    cases they’d come to me and say hey you
    9:26
    know what do you think about this i got
    9:28
    three sentences reduced i got a couple
    9:30
    sentences thrown out i got some new
    9:31
    trials on people by the time i left
    9:34
    prison there was
    9:36
    the warden in the the in the
    9:38
    administrator of the block i was on and
    9:40
    given a pass people come to my cell to
    9:43
    get legal advice there’d be a line of
    9:44
    people lining up and the guards were
    9:46
    like what the [ __ ] is going on we don’t
    9:48
    understand this but so there was that so
    9:51
    again you know sex offenders don’t get
    9:53
    treated like that in prison i was
    9:55
    treated like that um and then the last
    9:57
    thing is
    9:58
    you can’t be paroled i was given a five
    10:00
    and a half year sentence i was told by
    10:01
    my lawyers that if you don’t plead
    10:03
    guilty to the crime you’re going to
    10:04
    spend all five and a half years in
    10:05
    prison um
    10:07
    i was paroled in three years how did
    10:09
    that happen you say
    10:10
    i didn’t plead guilty i didn’t plead any
    10:13
    what i did is when i had to take this
    10:15
    this specific sex offender treatment
    10:17
    course they said you have to plead
    10:18
    guilty to your sex crimes i said i
    10:19
    committed no sex crime said well then
    10:21
    you’ll never graduate i said i’ll tell
    10:22
    you what i’ll do i brought my entire
    10:24
    file in i threw it on the table i said i
    10:27
    plead guilty to everything that’s in
    10:29
    this file
    10:31
    everything in there i did i did it all
    10:34
    none of it’s a crime
    10:36
    none of it’s a crime and they sat there
    10:38
    and they picked it apart and they
    10:39
    couldn’t come up with a [ __ ] crime
    10:42
    this is the guy that’s responsible for
    10:44
    curing me uh and he went there’s no
    10:47
    there’s no crime
    10:49
    then he went to the ward he said we have
    10:50
    to graduate him he did everything we
    10:52
    asked him do this but did he plead
    10:53
    guilty he said he’s not guilty of
    10:55
    anything
    10:56
    he admitted to everything and none of
    10:58
    it’s a crime um i went to the parole
    11:01
    board told them the same thing
    11:03
    they recommended me for parole you
    11:04
    should have seen i’ve got the letters
    11:06
    they’re writing they’re saying how the
    11:08
    [ __ ] are we paroling this guy he didn’t
    11:10
    plead guilty why are we letting him go
    11:12
    why is the warden doing this he did it
    11:14
    because i’m not [ __ ] guilty say hey
    11:17
    christian
    11:18
    there’s my short answer for you buddy um
    11:20
    you want to talk about that i just gave
    11:21
    you some ammunition talk about it but do
    11:24
    me a favor if somebody brings it up come
    11:26
    the [ __ ] off tell them ritter’s talking
    11:29
    about ukraine let’s talk about ukraine
    11:31
    if you want to talk about something else
    11:32
    that’s your sick problem to everybody
    11:34
    else out there you want to call me a
    11:36
    pedophile i’ll take my face you won’t
    11:38
    [ __ ] walk away blood and blood out
    11:40
    [ __ ] but no we’re not playing that game
    11:43
    you’re you’re a keyboard warrior you
    11:44
    want to sit there and type words and
    11:46
    chuckle and giggle and all that [ __ ]
    11:48
    [ __ ] off
    11:50
    i apologize jeff but you know this
    11:52
    it’s just there it is i laid it out
    11:54
    there someday i’ll write the book about
    11:55
    it it’s travesty of justice i’ve been
    11:57
    appealing this non-stop there’s still an
    11:59
    appeal in pennsylvania if we want to
    12:01
    talk about the court process
    12:04
    that is we can do that at another time
    12:06
    too but
    12:07
    bottom line is if we’re talking about
    12:09
    ukraine let’s talk about ukraine
    12:11
    and let’s not talk about anything else
    12:13
    well there’s a as you said there’s a
    12:15
    book or a movie or something in all this
    12:18
    at some point in the future but not
    12:20
    right now

  • joseba

    Scott Ritter Was Targeted by the FBI

    https://lorispencer.wordpress.com/2023/01/13/scott-ritter-was-targeted-by-the-fbi/

    Transkripzioa:

    0:02
    thank you
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    um I know it’s getting late and I I hate
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    to keep you we’ve been on the air for my
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    goodness it’s amazing five and a half
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    hours
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    any more questions I’ve got one more
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    myself that I just wanted to ask you
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    it’s kind of turning back to here in the
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    United States I I just wanted to get
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    your thoughts on the FBI rate of
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    President Trump’s mar-a-log because
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    I know that you have
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    your own personal experience being
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    targeted by the FBI I I remember back in
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    the 90s when they harassed you for years
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    they tried to set you up on Espionage
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    charges they accused you being an
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    Israeli spy that your wife was a KGB
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    agent they made your lives a living hell
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    and this went on for years can you
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    briefly touch on some of your own
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    experience with the FBI for some of our
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    younger viewers who might not remember
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    all that and Trump and what what just
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    happened with Trump
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    well but what I can say is that the FBI
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    is not the law enforcement agency that
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    uh everybody makes it out to be it’s
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    it’s literally
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    um the Gestapo of the federal government
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    uh it doesn’t exist to protect uh civil
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    liberties it exists to trample civil
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    liberties that’s just a statement of
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    fact we know this by their continued
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    Behavior one only has to take a look at
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    what they did in Waco what they did in
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    Ruby Ridge and I’m not a conspiracy
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    theorist you know I’m just saying this
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    is just the reality it’s how they
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    operate uh they’re they’re if you study
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    their history uh there’s no reason for
    1:54
    the FBI to exist J Edgar Hoover earned
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    uh was supposed to be this this minor
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    little Federal agency into this massive
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    law enforcement agency which isn’t it’s
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    never been about law enforcement it’s
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    always been about intimidation always
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    the way the FBI wins is to overwhelm a
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    problem with numbers
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    um they just make it impossible for you
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    to resist
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    um on the National Security front I’ll
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    give you a a a story
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    um
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    911.
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    uh plane flies into the into the World
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    Trade Center two planes do
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    um
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    buildings are evacuated one of the
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    buildings evacuated I think was the
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    Marriott hotel which is right in that
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    area
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    um
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    uh afterwards after everything was said
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    and done
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    um the FBI did a sweep of the Marriott
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    Hotel just for security purposes and in
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    one room they found a Icom
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    um Air ground-to-air Radio
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    and they went oh my God
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    terrorists were here
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    and they
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    and they found who was in the room at
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    the time of the attack he was an
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    Egyptian student
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    so they arrested him
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    they said you were communicating with
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    the airplanes and he went no I wasn’t
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    communicating with the airplanes yes you
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    were
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    and the FBI agent that was interrogating
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    them did some amazing things he got the
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    Egyptians to arrest the guy’s mother
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    and he said if you don’t admit to this
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    then uh we will videotape them raping
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    your mother
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    um and killing your mother and we’ll
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    show that to you if you want to save
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    your mother’s life you have to confess
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    and he went oh my God so he confessed I
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    did it I was communicating with the
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    terrorists that’s my radio and right
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    right after he signed the confession
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    letter
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    an airline pilot comes in and says hey
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    uh about a week before 9 11 I was uh
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    staying at the Marriott and I got this
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    Icom radio you see and I like to listen
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    we all all the positive we just listened
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    to the radio traffic it’s sort of a
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    pilot thing we like
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    and uh but I left it did anybody find
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    the radio
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    they went you mean the one that the
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    Egyptian used
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    so the FBI agent that coerced this false
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    confession from the Egyptian
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    um that he knew is a false confession
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    you know it they just they needed a
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    confession because they needed a story
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    because the FBI is not about the truth
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    they’re not about the truth they’re
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    about intimidation and about creating
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    perceptions and there needed to be a
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    perception that the Muslims were
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    attacking Americans so they needed to
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    create this
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    um that FBI agent was the same guy that
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    um
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    so now we now he come to me
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    so I’m I’m working at the United Nations
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    and I I was brought in to create this
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    intelligence capability
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    which doesn’t exist I challenge
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    everybody to find the UN Chromebook open
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    it up to where it says United Nations
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    intelligence agency
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    um and in building this intelligence
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    capability
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    um I incurred the Wrath of the United
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    States government
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    um who were object objected to
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    um not being in control because
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    information is power and the people that
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    provide the intelligence that are used
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    to Gin up inspections are the ones
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    dictating the pace of operations on the
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    ground in Iraq that’s very important if
    5:20
    you want to use the inspections to
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    create the perception of Iraqi
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    requirements so that you can continue
    5:24
    economic sanctions to get rid of Saddam
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    Hussein the last thing you want is an
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    independent organization that actually
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    believes in disarmament
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    and the the irony is the more I
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    succeeded as a weapons inspector in Iraq
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    the more I threaten the United States
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    uh one of the things that happened
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    around 1990
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    for the United States
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    we had a U2 airplane it’s a U.S Air
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    Force airplane but it was planted in U.N
    5:51
    colors and it responded to our
    5:52
    instructions per an agreement that we
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    had with the United Nations or with the
    5:56
    United States so we determined where it
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    was going to fly and we controlled the
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    product
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    uh the United States so they played
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    games they uh they said well you can
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    tell us where to fly but we’ll really
    6:07
    fly where we want to fly
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    um and when we take pictures we may or
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    may not release when we release them
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    they’ll be done in the in the in the way
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    we want to do it and that worked with
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    the first group of people with the
    6:19
    United Nations because they didn’t know
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    anything about the U2 they were like oh
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    wow that you too they brought me in
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    I used the Utah I directed the U2
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    throughout the Gulf War to hunt down
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    Iraqi scuds I know everything about the
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    U2 I know about all the different
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    cameras all the different sensors I know
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    how it works I know what the product
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    looks like and they came into brief and
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    I looked at it I went
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    you guys degraded the quality of that
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    image
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    that’s crap
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    you know where’s the real image we did
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    not I said you absolutely did
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    um and then I said we want infrared
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    sensors we don’t fly the infrared system
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    you do I test it during the war
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    and they got so pissed off at me because
    6:57
    you know boom but I uh I also told him
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    that the people that were come down to
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    brief us were doing just a really crap
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    job really bad job they they come in
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    they put up an image of a site that I
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    just inspected the week before that say
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    suspected activity Here There and
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    Everywhere I said there’s nothing
    7:13
    suspected about it we know exactly
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    what’s going on I was just there didn’t
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    you read my report they had I said so
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    why don’t we you allow us to jointly
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    exploit this imagery if we’re the ones
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    tasking the airplane and we’re the ones
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    that control the product why don’t we
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    get to exploit the product the way we
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    need to the US government said no we’re
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    not going to let you do that
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    so I called their Bluff I said well
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    since we own the product
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    what if I take the product to say Israel
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    who has great photographic
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    interpretation capability and they’ll
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    exploit it with me and in doing so I’ll
    7:45
    gain access to the Israeli intelligence
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    database so that we can make sure that
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    at the end of the day when we decide
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    Iraq is disarmed Israel can’t slide an
    7:54
    envelope under the door and say yeah but
    7:56
    you didn’t inspect this this gives me
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    the ability to
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    empty Israel Israel’s intelligence test
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    any Theory they have so that we can be
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    more confident in a finding of
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    disarmament the Israelis are willing to
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    play ball and the CIA was wanting to
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    play ball because they had no choice and
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    so I actually wrote letters to the CIA
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    saying this is the track we want you to
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    fly and I want you to release this film
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    to me and then I’d write a receipt
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    saying I’m taking this film to Israel
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    and then I’d work with the Israelis
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    using a joint protocol and I’d come back
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    and I’d brief everybody on what happened
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    I had CIA permission to do this
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    um the problem is there was a part of
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    the CIA that didn’t like this I thought
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    that this was I was too independent
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    I was not pursuing their policy of
    8:41
    regime change I was pursuing disarmament
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    which was inconvenient and so they
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    started accusing me of um
    8:49
    spying for Israel I said well how can I
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    spy for Israel if I got your permission
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    to do this and everything I’m doing is
    8:55
    you know known to you in advance how’s
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    that right
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    um
    8:59
    and they they were able to hold this up
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    there was a period of time in 1998 where
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    I was told in the summer of 1998 that
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    the FBI was going to arrest me and
    9:08
    question me they never did one of the
    9:10
    reasons why they didn’t is that the
    9:13
    the good guys at the CIA actually got
    9:15
    the legal counsel to write a letter that
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    said that um everything I was doing was
    9:19
    approved so like it couldn’t be
    9:20
    Espionage but when I uh when I resigned
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    I was told by the CIA uh that if I
    9:27
    resigned the FBI was going to
    9:30
    they use a very colorful phrase I won’t
    9:32
    use it but they were going to blank me
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    in the blank fill in the blanks yourself
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    um I said okay well so what the day I
    9:38
    resigned the FBI uh released to a CBS
    9:42
    News Dan Rather leading story uh Scott
    9:46
    Ritter the weapons inspector from the UA
    9:48
    that just resigned uh is being
    9:50
    investigated by the FBI for espionage
    9:53
    and the charges that they were hitting
    9:55
    me with are the kind that bring the
    9:57
    death penalty these are serious charges
    9:59
    and by doing that they ended any ability
    10:02
    of me to um to get gainful employment
    10:05
    you know nobody’s going to hire a guy
    10:07
    that’s under investigation for Espionage
    10:09
    Etc they also forced me to get a lawyer
    10:11
    to fight these charges I eventually won
    10:14
    they dropped them
    10:15
    um it was it was a great victory for me
    10:18
    and for truth but
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    um there was there was this always this
    10:23
    tension after 9 11
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    um the the
    10:27
    um FBI
    10:28
    uh thought that I could be useful
    10:31
    um in in their Iraqi thing uh the Iraqis
    10:34
    were reaching out to me in the FBI
    10:35
    thought that I could help um
    10:38
    uh get in contact with the foreign
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    minister and maybe get him to defect the
    10:42
    United States
    10:43
    um I said okay I’ll I’ll I’ll work with
    10:46
    you on this one but they said but before
    10:47
    you do that
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    um your wife and here’s the other it’s a
    10:52
    complicated story my wife when I was
    10:54
    doing the whole United Nations thing in
    10:56
    1995 I decided that she was going to get
    11:00
    a job to help out help the family out
    11:02
    and she called my father I was deployed
    11:04
    in Iraq she said I’d like to get a job
    11:06
    what do you think I could do my dad said
    11:08
    you speak Russian don’t you yeah a
    11:10
    little Russian speaker why don’t you
    11:12
    apply to the FBI to be a Russian
    11:14
    language for the FBI
    11:16
    she said okay so she submitted the
    11:18
    application and apparently the FBI
    11:21
    thought that this was a big KGB setup
    11:23
    that somehow she was trying to join the
    11:25
    FBI to gain access to classified
    11:27
    information that she didn’t give to me
    11:29
    so I would give it to the Russians uh it
    11:31
    was just really stupid but they had this
    11:33
    Theory and so she was on a list a
    11:35
    congressional list every year every
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    every year Congress gets briefed by the
    11:40
    FBI on known hospital intelligence uh uh
    11:44
    efforts to penetrate uh the U.S security
    11:47
    system and so my wife was listed as a
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    known hostile penetration effort so her
    11:52
    name was on that they said well we can’t
    11:54
    cooperate you until we clear this issue
    11:56
    up with your wife
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    so I went and talked to my wife and I
    11:59
    said you know they they want you to take
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    a polygraph
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    she said okay I’ll take a polygraph and
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    so I met with the FBI and there was
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    these two FBI ladies and they were all
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    like oh yes we’ll work with your wife
    12:10
    this will be a very non-hostile thing
    12:12
    we’re going to cooperate you know
    12:15
    it’s really performer we’re just going
    12:17
    to get it done boom
    12:18
    well the day of the uh polygraph came my
    12:20
    wife went to the local FBI field office
    12:23
    those girls weren’t anywhere to be found
    12:25
    who was there the same FBI agent who set
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    the Egyptian up
    12:30
    the same FBI agent who set the Egyptian
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    up he’s now giving my wife a polygraph
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    and it’s a hostile polygraph it’s not a
    12:36
    real polygraph he starts right off by
    12:38
    saying you’re lying you submitted false
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    Dicker I could arrest you and put you in
    12:41
    jail right now for falsifying things
    12:45
    I thought this was supposed to be a
    12:46
    polygraph you’re sitting here attacking
    12:47
    me if you don’t cooperate we’re going to
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    screw your brother we’re gonna screw
    12:52
    your father because her parents were
    12:53
    living with us because they were
    12:54
    refugees from Georgia and we’re going to
    12:56
    screw your husband you we need you to
    12:58
    confess he was like screw you you got
    13:02
    some mommy arrest me right now if not
    13:04
    I’m out of here
    13:06
    um but that’s cfbi the FBI sucks it’s a
    13:09
    horrible organization filled with
    13:11
    horrible people there’s nothing
    13:13
    honorable about an FBI agent because
    13:15
    they know exactly what they’re doing
    13:17
    they know that they’re there not to
    13:19
    protect America but to oppress America
    13:22
    now we get to the question that was
    13:24
    asked about Donald Trump
    13:26
    I don’t know the details okay
    13:29
    um you know did Donald Trump do X you
    13:32
    know was this what I do know is that
    13:36
    this this rage should never have
    13:37
    happened under any circumstances the
    13:40
    Department of Justice knows that the the
    13:43
    moment you cross that line you have
    13:45
    politicized
    13:46
    the Department of Justice and the FBI
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    even if they are justified in their
    13:51
    actions
    13:52
    and the health of the American Body
    13:54
    politic outweighs any any concern they
    13:58
    might have had about you know
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    unauthorized uh you know
    14:03
    um handling of classified information
    14:05
    first of all the FBI should be reminded
    14:08
    that the president United States has the
    14:10
    authority unilateral authority to
    14:11
    declassify anything and everything
    14:14
    all you have to do is say it’s
    14:16
    Declassified and so if Trump before
    14:18
    leaving office said all this stuff’s
    14:20
    Declassified it is Declassified
    14:23
    so the FBI has no case none and it won’t
    14:27
    hold up in court none of this will hold
    14:29
    up in court assuming that’s what they
    14:30
    were going after but they definitely
    14:32
    allowed themselves to be exposed as the
    14:36
    as a tool of the USA and we know this
    14:38
    that they’ve done this before the entire
    14:41
    um investigation of the Trump out of the
    14:43
    2016 election was FBI abuse
    14:47
    uh they they they
    14:49
    manufacture the case they use
    14:52
    Christopher Steele’s dossier which they
    14:53
    knew was garbage they weaponized that uh
    14:56
    they went after Carter page they lied
    14:58
    lied because that’s all the FBI does is
    15:01
    lie they submitted false affidavits to a
    15:04
    judge to get the fisa warrants to go
    15:07
    after Carter page as an indirect way of
    15:09
    getting Donald Trump which they’re not
    15:10
    allowed to do but they did it anyways
    15:12
    you think the FBI told the truth to this
    15:15
    Magistrate Judge in in South Florida you
    15:17
    think they told them everything no they
    15:19
    never tell the truth they always lie
    15:22
    there’s never any ramifications
    15:24
    now I’m not sitting here saying this
    15:26
    because I think Donald Trump is the best
    15:28
    thing since sliced bread I don’t I’m
    15:30
    furious that Donald Trump for January
    15:32
    6th I’m furious of Donald Trump who the
    15:35
    frontal assaults against the
    15:36
    Constitution of the United States
    15:38
    um but that doesn’t mean that it’s open
    15:41
    season on Donald Trump that the FBI gets
    15:43
    to do whatever it wants to do and if the
    15:45
    FBI had any care for this country they
    15:48
    have to know
    15:49
    that all they’re doing is tearing this
    15:51
    country apart then again that’s what the
    15:53
    FBI has been about ever since they were
    15:55
    formed
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