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This is A Corporate Media Smear Campaign Against Trump -- Mike Rivero

What Really Happened: Michael Rivero (Mike Rivero) Thursday 2/16/17

THE HOST Mike Rivero is the host of the What Really Happened radio shows on the Republic Broadcasting Network and webmaster of, now in its 22nd year. Both the radio show and website enjoy a large and growing global audience. He is a frequent guest on talk-radio and has appeared in television programs such as History Channel’s “America’s Book of Secrets.” Mike Rivero’s background is as eclectic as his radio show and website. Formerly with NASA, Mike transitioned his image processing skills (along with a brief stint as a child actor) into the then-new computer animation field, starting with award winning commercials, then working on films such as “Star Trek”, “The Day After Tomorrow”, and later supervising visual effects on “Brainscan”, “LOST”, and “Hawaii Five-0”. Mike Rivero has taken a sabbatical from film work to focus all his efforts on peace activism. Mike Rivero’s foray into blogging began before the word was even invented, and happened almost by accident when he spotted a suspicious photograph being broadcast on ABC news in 1994 related to the murder of White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster.Since that abrupt beginning, What Really Happened, both website and radio show, has expanded to cover diverse topics including the assassinations, the accidental shoot-down of TWA 800, election fraud, health issues, Saddam’s non-existent nuclear weapons, 9-11, the economy, and the ongoing propaganda used to trick the American people into wars of conquest in Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, and other nations. Mike Rivero currently resides in Hawaii with his wife Claire, who is a composer, choir conductor, and creates much of theme music used on the What Really Happened radio show, as well as occasionally participating as a commentator.

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Greek Bank Runs Begin Again, Bankers Go On Alert

 The people of Greece are nervous and they are making a run on the banking system to get their currency out of the banks. The unemployment rate in France has gone nowhere since 2013. Initial jobless claims moved up modestly. Student loan petition has been put up on the White House site to allow students to declare bankruptcy. Housing starts disappoint. FHA mortgage delinquencies are on the rise, if this continues it will be 2008 all over again. Big money is about to purchase gold, they say it is undervalued

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Exposed! George Soros' Plan for Massive Anti-Trump Tax Day Protest On April 15th

 The news media has been reporting on plans by a coalition of activist groups to hold a massive anti-Trump Tax March in Washington and at least 60 other locations on April 15.
Unreported by the news media is that most of the listed partners and support organizers of the march are openly financed by George Soros or have close links to Soros financing.

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End Times Headline News - February 16th, 2017

Trump is taking a beating for this country. May YHWH prevail. My people support change and pray please. Keep the prayers going. A righteous country will make holy decisions. On to the news. These are your end times headline news from across the globe. Be ye ready.

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Breaking: Army Admits Plan To Take Over The United States

 Alex Jones breaks down how the globalists are pushing for a civil war to destabilize the United States and stop Donald Trump.

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You cant do that! Think about society and how we are all raised. Raised to conform into a little square box. Told we cant do this and we cant do that! ENSLAVEMENT. We all must go to collage. We all must buy the house and have the 1.5 kids. Even in daily life they dont want you to be independent. We need plumbers and electricians and doctors and lawyers and financial planners. WHY? Because thats their job and NOT YOURS! Dont learn to do your own mechanical work. Dont learn to be you own electrician. Dont learn to set up your own solar or build your own house. WE THE PEOPLE must not learn to be versatile and independent of the system. THIS is reality! FOR those of us who want to go off grid we are actually going against the grain of society. THATS WHY the government doesnt WANT us to dO THAT! So as Mr Hilder is captured during one of his rants, listen and hear what WE THE HILDERS think about ....YOU CANT DO THAT!! You may think twice about your own reality and going off grid and being a little more self reliant!

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David Icke - Where They Want To Take The World - 2017

Transcript : five sense reality and what I call the corners because once we realized basic 0:06 coordinates of where they want to take 0:08 the world and the methods they used to 0:10 take us there suddenly what seems to be 0:12 a bewildering world and what's going on 0:14 it's just more into clarity and question 0:18 is how do they do it is a good question 0:19 because at first sight 0:21 how do with you control the many it 0:23 possible but it's not because of the way 0:25 the structured Society just very quickly 0:29 recap they want to lock humanity in the 0:32 five senses so we don't proceed beyond 0:35 it was locked in that prison they have 0:37 into breeding bloodlines computer 0:40 terminals i would call them which play 0:42 out this interdimensional conspiracy 0:44 within visible light what I call the 0:46 Illuminati bloodlines and they've set up 0:48 a structure whereby the bloodlines who 0:52 answer to the the reptilian control 0:54 system then control the government's the 0:57 people in power in the pin in all the 0:59 various institutions and crucial all the 1:02 way through is to structure society when 1:05 you can you can symbolize it as a 1:08 spider's web or like this is a pyramid 1:11 the idea is to hoard advanced knowledge 1:13 the counter stuff we've been hearing 1:15 about today and more in the upper levels 1:18 of this structure this pyramid within 1:21 pyramid structure compartmentalize 1:23 pyramid where the few at the top of the 1:25 only ones that know how it all fits 1:27 together and they keep the general 1:28 population in ignorance of what they 1:30 know therefore they have the power so 1:32 they can manipulate the perception of 1:34 the masses by keeping them in ignorance 1:36 this is why the education system is not 1:38 about educating about programming and 1:41 they place their people in so-called 1:44 power what we are told is at the top of 1:46 the pyramid of power presidents prime 1:48 ministers and all these people are in 1:50 the upper echelon of the pyramid but not 1:52 only the top the real people in power 1:54 are behind them in the shadows and these 1:57 are the conduits the president the Prime 1:59 Minister's and all the rest of it for 2:01 bringing that agenda in to the public 2:04 arena as changes in laws and 2:06 legislations in the structure of society 2:08 so they compartmentalize all these 2:11 different pyramids within pyramid 2:13 so that in the end the banking system is 2:15 encompassed by a pyramid with a bank the 2:18 pyramid itself all hierarchical pyramids 2:21 then the banking system is encompassed 2:23 by a pyramid at the top of that are the 2:25 same families most notably the 2:28 rothschild same with the businesses the 2:30 transnational corporations are 2:32 compartmentalize pyramid involve 2:34 themselves but they go into a bigger 2:35 pyramid which encompasses all the 2:38 transnational corporations so at that 2:39 point they are one corporation just as 2:42 at that point all those banks for one 2:44 bank same with politics education all 2:46 these things and people in this part of 2:49 the pyramid hear that go to work they're 2:51 not trying to manipulate anybody not 2:53 trying to create a fascist or where the 2:55 inter-gender and and global state they 2:57 just want to go about their careers earn 3:00 money go on holiday that provide for 3:03 their families but they don't know how 3:05 they're apparently innocent contribution 3:08 individually connect with other 3:10 apparently innocent contributions around 3:13 the system when you connect them 3:15 together you see if anything but 3:17 innocent direction that is taking the 3:19 world and that's how they keep what's 3:23 going on in the hands of the few this is 3:27 there Neal hate representation of that 3:28 this is the general population and these 3:31 are the kind of the dark suit 3:33 administrators of the system until you 3:35 get up here to where the control system 3:37 is and most even hear what know that 3:40 exists 3:41 oh i just got this order from and I I 3:43 don't know where it's come from maybe we 3:44 also bloody ask instead of just doing it 3:46 and again it can also be symbolizes the 3:49 web where these various strands their 3:52 secret society semi-secret organizations 3:55 which go out and connect all these 3:58 apparently unconnected country's 4:00 institutions media organizations banks 4:03 etc and this Illuminati network 4:07 symbolized as the bearded man views out 4:10 all these people who apparently appear 4:14 to be random to run for president needs 4:17 to cool and amounts of money where they 4:19 come from 4:20 comes from here was that money come from 4:21 and therefore you have two people put up 4:24 for president but there because of the 4:26 money provided by this network therefore 4:29 they chosen not only who it's gonna be 4:32 but they've sorted out what the policies 4:35 are going to be in return for that money 4:37 and here's what they do we think we're 4:39 choosing our leaders were not to miss 4:41 and so this structure that i showed you 4:44 earlier comes into this where these 4:46 leaders are put into power to carry out 4:49 the agenda of the control system which 4:51 is why when parties change whatever they 4:54 said in opposition goes out the window 4:56 and they start acting like the party and 4:58 government previously that they were 4:59 criticizing the common denominator is 5:01 whoever gets in power basically 5:03 introduces the control system and 5:05 whoever's out of power opposes the 5:07 control system verbally which means that 5:09 you have the illusion of choice when 5:12 rabbit in power unfold the agenda so 5:15 there is no choice to be the mist and 5:18 may control these institutions and play 5:21 the people off against each other 5:23 divide and rule both within countries 5:25 and between countries keeping everything 5:29 in a constant state of confusion and 5:32 conflict and that's the key manipulating 5:35 confusion and conflict is child's play 5:38 manipulating harmony manipulating 5:42 respect between each other is a 5:45 nightmare so they have to keep the world 5:47 in constant state of conflict now when 5:49 you bring it down to individual country 5:51 as we come down this structure this is 5:53 what you find in every country you had 5:55 in America's the wonderful example but 5:57 it plays out all over the world during 5:59 the bush years Republican that 6:03 administration was controlled by a group 6:05 of people known as neocon 6:06 neoconservatives including all these 6:08 people like Richard Perle and for the 6:11 restroom and over here you have what i 6:13 call anyway the demo cons this is a 6:16 network of people put kissinger in the 6:18 Democrats cousin Advisory to Obama at 6:20 the moment we spend most of his time 6:21 with the neocon schedule he just goes 6:23 with the weapons winning and the demo 6:26 cons are a group of people that control 6:29 the Democratic administrations 6:32 but the demo crowns and the neo-cons are 6:35 controlled by the same force which you 6:36 get to here so people think about 30 6:38 Republican this summer I'm going to put 6:40 the Democrats things like that obama got 6:43 a nice smile and what you doing is 6:47 voting for this whatever and that's 6:49 what's happening in this country same 6:52 thing and so when people say big brother 6:55 bush or Big Brother Obama it's not just 7:01 a puppet dance that dance when I think 7:04 jumping into olympic I just record this 7:07 is the thing you take one mask off you 7:10 put another mass card because it's a 7:12 different matter we think it's a 7:14 different administration we think 7:15 controlled by different forces no no and 7:18 what you have is the movie playing out 7:20 in the public arena people who appear to 7:22 being opposition to each other when 7:24 they're controlled by the same puppeteer 7:26 and once you look beyond the movie 7:29 that's when you start to see what's 7:32 really happening in the world 7:33 the cards are moved around in line with 7:36 an agenda for the constant incessant 7:39 centralization of power and it's done 7:43 with people who are keep coming back to 7:44 have a DNA with empathy deleted which 7:48 means anything goes in pursuit of this 7:51 agenda and the people are misdirected 7:57 diverted by the way society is 8:01 manipulated and controlled increasingly 8:03 so with more and more laws affecting the 8:05 fine detail of our lives so that we 8:07 spend so much time surviving and rushing 8:10 around we don't lift your head up and 8:12 see what's going on so puppet people are 8:15 essential to the few control in the 8:18 world when we cease to be so and it's 8:19 happening more and more than this will 8:21 be over humans have been put into this 8:24 round and round and round cycler 8:27 lifestyle with one week leads into 8:30 another week and another week just a 8:32 repeating cycle of action and work and 8:36 sleep and eat and work can sleep beneath 8:39 for so many people and this is the 8:42 structure that they're moving towards 8:44 why because when you're the few and you 8:47 want to control the many you have to 8:50 centralize decision-making the more 8:53 diversity of decision-making there is 8:55 the less control an essential point is 8:58 going to have over it 8:59 so what you need to do is constantly 9:01 centralized power so control over more 9:04 and more and more people goes into fewer 9:06 and fewer hands we started with a tribal 9:09 situation long time ago the people in 9:11 the tribe decided what was going to 9:14 happen 9:15 we then brought as part of this 9:17 centralization is going over this whole 9:19 period i'm talking about the tribes came 9:21 together into what we call nation and 9:24 now a few people at the center of the 9:26 nation are dictating to all the former 9:28 tribes that make up that nation we've 9:31 now well into the next stage of that 9:33 which is bringing nations together under 9:35 unions like the European Union so a few 9:38 people at the center and now dictating 9:41 to all those nations which are made up 9:42 of all those tribes before and the next 9:45 stage of that was there already 9:47 preparing for is to take us into a world 9:51 government that would dictate to these 9:54 unions that are building up and the 9:55 European Union the American unions they 9:57 want violate North American Union the 9:59 Pacific Union evolved out of our 10:01 organizations like a tech asia-pacific 10:04 Economic Cooperation and the African 10:05 Union already in place evolved out the 10:08 other

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Hollywood Icon Robert De Niro Rushes To Trump After CIA K[i]lls Top Autism Expert

An astonishing Ministry of Healthcare (MoH) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that the globally recognized “greatest actor ever”, Robert De Niro, became so “enraged/inflamed” after the 23 January suspected Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) m[u]rder of top autism journalist and researcher Dan Olmsted, this Hollywood icon quickly rushed to President Donald Trump’s side—and then, yesterday, joined with Trump’s pick to head his new “vaccine safety” commission, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., to stunningly offer $100,000 to anyone who could prove vaccines were safe.

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Trump 1987 Why Are We Protecting Saudi Arabia

 Donald Trump 1987 interview where he talks about the billions of dollars the USA spends providing military protection for Japan, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.

He was 40 or 41 back then. If anybody at that time had predicted that he would be president 30 years later, everybody would have laughed. Hell, they were laughing a year ago, but ain't nobody laughing anymore. President Trump, you are tha man!

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Noam Chomsky - Israel Is On The Road To Self Destruction

Transcript : well when I refer to israel in these 0:04 remarks I generally have in mind the 0:08 United States and Israel it's important 0:12 particularly for Americans to recognize 0:15 that virtually everything that Israel 0:18 does is with the decisive support often 0:22 direct participation of the United 0:25 States that's economic military 0:28 diplomatic and not least the ideological 0:33 the way the issues are framed in the 0:35 united states quite differently from 0:37 elsewhere and when Washington draws the 0:41 line Israel obeys having no choice right 0:47 now 0:48 Israel is facing a very severe crisis in 0:52 fact double crisis a crisis of 0:56 legitimation and a crisis of dealing 0:59 gitam ation those are the terms they use 1:02 and they're both matters of pretty 1:04 serious concern the issue of 1:08 legitimation is coming to a head in the 1:11 next few months at the United Nations 1:15 Palestine is appealing to the UN to 1:21 recognize Palestine as a Palestinian 1:26 state and also to admit a Palestine to 1:29 the United Nations the US administration 1:32 is pulling every string it can to try to 1:35 prevent it but it looks as if they may 1:39 do it that could come up as early as 1:41 September if it comes to security 1:45 council the United States almost 1:48 certainly veto it as it usually does the 1:52 most recent veto was three months ago 1:57 februari and that was a kind of an 1:59 interesting one that actually got some 2:01 attention most vetoes don't one thing 2:04 because there's so many of 2:05 but it's rarely recognized how isolated 2:10 the u.s. is at the UN on a whole range 2:12 of issues the that the last one did get 2:17 some notice because it was a little 2:18 unusual the Obama administration vetoed 2:22 a resolution affirming Obama's official 2:26 policy that got some notice the 2:29 resolution called for an end to 2:33 settlement expansion in the West Bank 2:36 which theoretically is supposed to be 2:38 Obama's policy about the u.s. vetoed it 2:42 want to read something embarrassing take 2:45 a look at the Ambassador Susan Rice's 2:47 explanation I thought you should have 2:50 had the dignity to resign 2:52 anyway the resolution also add another 2:58 aspect to it declared the settlements in 3:03 the West Bank illegal and of course the 3:05 Golan Heights which nobody talks to them 3:07 at the regard to MIT declared that they 3:11 are illegal and it's important to 3:12 recognize that that's non-controversial 3:14 in fact Israel itself recognized that 3:17 back in late nineteen sixty-seven that 3:20 recognize the highest legal authorities 3:22 advised that the Attorney General agreed 3:26 that any transfer of population into the 3:29 occupied territories is in violation of 3:32 the core principles of international 3:34 humanitarian law the geneva agreements 3:38 and technically the israeli supreme 3:41 court also recognizes it that they find 3:45 various ways around it was repeatedly 3:49 been recognized by the Security Council 3:51 and 3:53 most recently a few years ago by the 3:56 International Court of Justice the World 3:58 Court with the US Justice in a separate 4:02 declaration affirming the conclusion 4:06 that this wasn't technically about the 4:09 separation wall that affirming that any 4:12 part of the separation wall about 4:15 eighty-five percent that's there in 4:18 order to protect the Israeli settlements 4:21 is de facto in violation of 4:24 international law because the 4:25 settlements are illegal so that part's 4:28 not really controversial the other part 4:32 of the resolution was reaffirming 4:35 official US policy but Obama decided to 4:38 veto it 4:39 the general assembly in the coming 4:42 session is a little different the United 4:45 States can't veto General Assembly 4:49 resolutions so it'll probably be another 4:51 one of the familiar resolutions again 4:55 not just on Israel on a whole range of 4:58 topics overwhelming the rarely gets 5:01 reported but there's vote after vote 5:04 which is you know a hundred and eighty 5:06 two three or something like that 5:08 the us-israel sometimes some pacific 5:11 island or something like that sometimes 5:14 it's even worse sometimes 252 one the 5:17 United States so probably happen again 5:20 and probably won't get reported 5:22 recognition of the Palestine is already 5:26 quite overwhelming including important 5:31 countries like Brazil which is the most 5:33 respected influential country in the in 5:36 the South other South American countries 5:39 and quite a few others in fact Palestine 5:42 is now recognized by about over hundred 5:46 countries including about eighty-five 5:49 ninety percent of the world's population 5:52 that's far more than recognize Kosovo 5:56 but in the case of Kosovo 5:59 admission to the United Nations is 6:02 implemented because there's only one 6:04 vote that counts in a world that's run 6:07 by force and violence not law that's the 6:11 one with the big stick 6:13 so the United States supports Kosovo's 6:15 therefore it's in whatever the world 6:17 thinks the United States opposes 6:19 Palestine so it's out whatever the world 6:22 things 6:23 well this are important things to 6:25 remember the United States in fact is a 6:28 declining power for a lot of interesting 6:31 reasons many of them internally 6:33 self-inflicted but it's happening and it 6:36 may not be able to hold back the tide 6:40 forever even though it's got canada good 6:44 part of Europe kind of toddling along 6:46 politely for the moment at least the in 6:51 Israel the government and political 6:53 commentators refer to the coming votes 6:57 at the United Nations as it's tsunami 6:59 that they're going to have to do 7:01 something about and their flailing 7:04 around the decide what they might do it 7:07 could be dangerous 7:09 it's a unpredictable violent state with 7:13 plenty of force behind it and it has a 7:16 doctrine goes back to the nineteen 7:18 fifties the doctrine back to the 7:20 nineteen fifties is that if we're 7:22 pressed too far will go crazy 7:25 mr. gay is the Hebrew now back in the 7:28 nineteen fifties there were a lot of 7:30 ways they could do that but by the late 7:33 sixties there are two powerful nuclear 7:35 state they might do all kinds of things 7:38 i hate to think about it but one 7:42 possibility is another attack on guys so 7:44 there's bombing Iran you know who knows 7:46 what they'll do but something might 7:48 happen 7:49 I suppose they don't know themselves but 7:51 so of course we can only speculate 7:54 that's the legitimation of that Israel 7:59 tsunami is 8:00 the took another step forward just a 8:04 couple days ago with the unification of 8:06 Hamas and Fatah under Egyptian 8:11 initiative and that's important 8:14 the fact that it was Egyptian initiative 8:15 and it went forward is a reflection of 8:19 the really quite dramatic spectacular 8:23 changes that have been taking place in 8:25 the Arab world and North Africa and 8:28 bless the couple of months the Arab 8:31 Spring is it's called and this example 8:35 the unification is one of the many 8:37 reasons why Israel in the united states 8:40 are deeply concerned about what they 8:44 correctly regard as the growing threat 8:46 of democracy in the Arab world in this 8:50 particular case from 1991 the US and 8:55 Israel have been dedicated to separating 8:58 Gaza and the West Bank breaking them 9:01 apart that's in direct violation to the 9:04 Oslo Accords sign right the same time 9:08 which declare them to be a territorial 9:11 unity 9:12 well the unification it might impede and 9:15 might even reverse this process of the 9:19 separation of the two parts of Palestine 9:22 and even more dangerous the unification 9:28 might undermine Washington and 9:32 facilities dedicated efforts to prevent 9:36 any political settlement any diplomatic 9:39 settlement of the israel-palestine 9:41 conflict that settlement terms of that 9:45 settlement are very well understood 9:46 supported by essentially the entire 9:49 world including Iran 9:54 Hamas just reiterated its support for 9:57 the virtually everyone say unified 10:01 unification it's tough it's been 10:03 prevented for 35 years now by the United 10:08 States primarily and of course by Israel 10:10 again important to recognize i'll come 10:12 back to it 10:13 well that's the Krait basically the 10:15 crisis of legitimation there's also a 10:18 crisis of dealing gitam nation that 10:20 Israel's facing and that's the term 10:22 that's used when you read say the 10:24 Israeli press that process of the 10:27 legitimation was carried forward last 10:30 December when Human Rights Watch which 10:33 is a pretty cautious conservative 10:35 organization Human Rights Watch quote 10:39 called on the United States to suspend 10:42 financing to israel in an amount 10:45 equivalent to the costs of Israel 10:47 spending in support of settlements so 10:50 cut back any us support that goes to the 10:53 settlements and also called on us to 10:56 monitor contributions to israel from 10:59 tax-exempt us organizations that violate 11:02 international law including prohibitions 11:06 against discrimination that cuts a very 11:09 cast a very wide net for those of you 11:11 know the details of this in the 11:14 background is also a madness 11:16 international head also had already 11:18 called for an arms embargo on Israel 11:22 it's using arms and us arms in violation 11:25 of international law actually violation 11:28 of US law to the the background is also 11:32 a popular movement of divestment from 11:36 anything involving the occupied 11:38 territories in the United States 11:40 crucially that includes major US 11:43 corporations likes a caterpillar which 11:46 provides the equipment for the 11:49 destruction of the West Bank for illegal 11:52 construction also four straight murder 11:55 the Richard Cory case includes motorola 12:00 another major corporation which is 12:01 providing electronic systems for the 12:04 illegal separation wall again 12:08 uncontroversial illegal and for the 12:11 settlements all illegal and many others 12:15 and this is also extending beyond to the 12:18 broader boy cuts so that's the crisis of 12:21 dealing generation alongside the crisis 12:24 of legitimation and you can see why it's 12:26 considered you know what tsunami 12:28 something very dangerous and might 12:30 elicit a unpredictable and maybe a very 12:34 dangerous response 12:36 well there's a good reason why the 12:38 United States fears democracy in the 12:40 Arab world to find out why all you have 12:43 to do is to take a look at the poles of 12:46 our public opinion they're certainly not 12:49 the planners but they're not published 12:51 here and I presume they're not published 12:53 because the press doesn't want you to 12:55 know what people think I can't think of 12:57 any other reason it's hard to think of 13:00 anything more important at this stage 13:02 with what's going on in the Arab world 13:04 than what our public opinion is I'm hear 13:07 a lot about what they are dictators say 13:09 but you don't hear about what the public 13:11 thinks that's very revealing 13:13 so what is the public the polls 13:15 incidentally are taken by the leading us 13:18 polling agency's most prestigious ones 13:21 they're released by major institutions 13:23 you know brookings institute and so on 13:25 it's inconceivable that the media don't 13:27 know about them and planner certainly do 13:29 and they're interesting so for example 13:32 in Egypt the most important country in 13:34 the Arab world about ninety percent of 13:37 the population regard the United States 13:39 as their main enemy made threat that 13:43 they faced opposition to US policy is so 13:47 strong that about in Egypt about 80% 13:50 think the region would be more secure if 13:54 he ran had nuclear weapons not just 13:57 nuclear and 13:57 tree but nuclear weapons the maybe ten 14:01 percent regarding right here as a threat 14:04 and the figures are a little different 14:06 country by country but that's roughly 14:08 the story throughout the Arab world so 14:11 you can see very clearly way the US and 14:14 its allies Israel of course and the 14:17 Western Allies it cannot tolerate 14:19 democracy in the Arab world not 14:21 authentic democracy at least the kind of 14:23 democracy in which public opinion would 14:26 have some impact on policy 14:28 I mean if it did in the United States 14:31 not only wouldn't control the region 14:33 which has been a primary goal for 70 14:37 years but it would be driven out and 14:40 that's no small things a major major 14:43 concern is with the maintain control of 14:46 the energy reserves in the world 14:48 concentrated there so of course the US 14:51 and its allies are very frightened of 14:54 democracy in the Arab world of course 14:57 they talk about democracy Stalin talked 14:59 about democracy to they can't they can't 15:03 possibly accept that will do anything to 15:05 block it and if you look closely at the 15:07 policies towards the various uprisings 15:10 you see it clearly could go back to that 15:12 if you like it should be should bear in 15:16 mind that there's nothing new about this 15:18 this goes way back and there's plenty of 15:21 evidence about it plenty of 15:22 documentation should be on the front 15:24 pages of the newspapers certainly should 15:26 be taught in schools so let's go back to 15:30 say to the nineteen fifties in 1958 15:33 print in then classified since then 15:38 declassified documents internal 15:41 documents President Eisenhower 58 raised 15:46 with his staff a problem that bothered 15:49 me 15:49 that he was concerned about what he 15:51 called the campaign of hatred against us 15:53 in the Arab world and not by the 15:55 government's which are more or less 15:57 supportive but by the people and wanted 16:00 a discussion of this well right at that 16:02 time the National Security Council which 16:04 is the highest planning body that came 16:07 out with a memorandum in which they 16:10 analyze that situation they said there's 16:14 a perception in the Arab world that the 16:16 United States supports dictatorships 16:19 harsh brutal dictatorships and blocks 16:23 democracy and development and that we do 16:26 this because we want to maintain control 16:28 of their energy resources and it went on 16:31 to say that the perception is more or 16:33 less accurate and furthermore that's 16:35 what we ought to be doing because we 16:37 want to control it and democracy would 16:39 get in the way 16:40 well that was 1958 to fast-forward to 16:44 2001's plenty in between little skip it 16:49 and you'll recall that in right after 16:52 nine eleven George W Bush made a 16:57 pathetic speech in which he asked the 17:01 why do they hate us 17:03 eisenhower 17:05 his answer was they hate our freedoms 17:12 well that elicited a study by the 17:15 Pentagon Pentagon research group defense 17:19 Science Board which I think was reported 17:23 here but they essentially reiterated 17:24 with the National Security Council I 17:27 said in 1958 they said they don't hate 17:30 our freedoms they had our policies and 17:33 then they went through it essentially 17:35 the same policies they haven't changed 17:37 what they should have said is we hate 17:40 their freedoms and we hate their 17:42 freedoms for a really good reason 17:44 if they're free we're not going to carry 17:47 out these policies and we want and we're 17:50 beginning to see that there's a doctrine 17:53 it was articulated pretty well by former 17:59 Jordanian high official Marwan washers 18:02 that middle east specialist the special 18:06 research specialist for the carnegie 18:07 endowment and great during the arab 18:09 uprisings he said that this general 18:13 principle which is that as long as 18:16 everything's quiet as long as the 18:19 population isn't is under control and 18:22 then the powerful can ignore the 18:24 population and do anything they like 18:26 that's call it the washer doctrine a 18:29 very very wide application actually 18:32 applies within the United States as well 18:34 rather crucially so the washer doctrine 18:38 holds and therefore we don't care about 18:40 the campaign's of hatred we don't care 18:42 that they hate us we hate their freedoms 18:46 are good read 18:46 will ignore the polls all this became 18:49 pretty dramatically clear here just in 18:52 the last few months with WikiLeaks 18:56 exposures the of all the WikiLeaks 18:59 exposures the one that got the most 19:01 publicity you know big headlines love 19:04 you for common theory it was that the 19:06 Arabs support us policy on Iran and 19:10 that's a core US policy now isolating 19:13 you know undermining Iran and the Arabs 19:16 support us that was the headline love 19:18 clapping and so on 19:20 well they were talking about the Arab 19:21 dictators what about the population 19:25 like I said the population is about ten 19:29 percent think you ran as a threat and a 19:31 considerable majority think the reason 19:33 would be better off they had nuclear 19:34 weapons but under the washer doctrine 19:37 doesn't matter as long as they're 19:40 suppressed by the dictatorships that we 19:43 back our know somehow silenced then we 19:49 can do what we like if the Arab 19:50 dictators support us who cares about 19:52 anyone else 19:53 now that's strikingly not just the 19:56 diplomatic record that's the press 19:59 that's the intellectual community the 20:01 whole intellectual community just read 20:04 the commentary on this and see general 20:07 assumption maybe they'd like to have 20:10 here and have nuclear weapons but as 20:13 long as the dictators are with us who 20:14 cares as long as they're quiet 20:17 that's the prevailing attitude right 20:20 through the whole educated articulate 20:22 community not just on this issue and as 20:24 I said it holds domestically as well 20:27 we're thinking about a different topic 20:29 well the Arab Spring has had a number of 20:32 effects already one of them i just 20:35 mentioned Egypt did move forward to 20:37 bring about the indication that the u.s. 20:40 is and is really quite a bit concerned 20:43 about that's only one one thing I mean a 20:46 couple of weeks ago Egypt the new egypt 20:50 to allow d ready and ships through the 20:53 Suez Canal into the Mediterranean and 20:55 as first time that's ever happened in 20:58 the US and Israel don't like it 21:00 mediterranean our lake not anyone elses 21:02 and they broke with that the it looks as 21:08 if they're going to move to open the 21:10 guy's a border the closing of the Gaza 21:14 border participating in the Israeli 21:16 siege is very unpopular in Egypt and it 21:19 looks as if Egypt is taking some steps 21:21 now to open the border which would break 21:25 the siege and that's critical the went 21:32 in the background is another question 21:34 which is uncertain 21:36 there is a treaty of Egypt Israel treaty 21:40 1979 which is also extremely unpopular 21:44 in in Egypt on the population if you 21:48 read about it here there's a lot of 21:50 concern that they may weaken it or maybe 21:54 even rescinded the way it's described 21:57 here is literally you know New York 22:00 Times that the treaty is very important 22:02 because it helps preserve stability in 22:04 the region that's very interesting 22:06 commentary because what the treaty does 22:09 is preserve instability in the region 22:12 and that's very clear and explicit as 22:16 soon as the treaty was signed 1979 22:18 Israel recognized for its obvious but 22:23 they of course also recognize that with 22:25 a treaty with it with Egypt the main 22:29 Arab deterrent is out of the game 22:32 Egypt is the main by far the main 22:34 military force the only big organized 22:36 military force in the region so with the 22:38 Arab deterrent gone 22:40 Israel's free to proceed with its 22:43 policies elsewhere kind of trivial they 22:46 can expand illegal settlement of the 22:49 occupied territories and critically they 22:51 can attack their northern neighbor 22:52 Lebanon that was recognized right away 22:56 you read Israeli strategic analysts who 22:58 very uneven and others they said 23:00 straight off look this is we didn't like 23:03 the treaty much but it has a good side 23:05 we are free to do what we like 23:07 because there's no deterrent any longer 23:08 and right away Israel planned its 23:10 invasion of lebanon a couple years later 23:13 and total fakery about pretext go into 23:18 it if you like and it was no small thing 23:20 the invasion of lebanon a 92 killed 23:23 maybe 20,000 people devastated the 23:26 southern Lebanon destroyed a large part 23:29 of beirut it finally got so bad that the 23:33 u.s. was backing it all the way Reagan 23:35 photos great you know but they back to 23:39 however got to the point where you know 23:41 even Thomas Friedman who this is going 23:44 pretty far he was a reporter and Beirut 23:47 and it kind of dawned on him that having 23:50 bombs dropping using water fun so he 23:52 started writing critical comments about 23:55 the bombing 23:56 ok now we're at the outer limits and it 23:59 was it was becoming a really an 24:00 international scandal so the Reagan kind 24:04 of order Israel to terminate in 24:06 mid-august 1982 lot of Horrors happened 24:10 after that like summer she loved another 24:12 story but that Israel of course had to 24:14 obey they had the choices even though 24:17 the novel beggin the Prime Minister was 24:20 talking at the time about how Hitler's 24:23 hiding in his bunker and we got to go 24:25 after that's a yes or our foot but the 24:29 boss said no so they stopped and they 24:33 often did something else and sober 24:34 steelmaster the 60 in fact the the 24:42 treaty contributes to instability in the 24:44 region but in the technical terms of us 24:48 political discourse that's stability 24:51 stability means something that we like 24:54 instability is something we don't like 24:57 literally so for example you take a look 25:00 at Iran 25:02 the big threat of Iran now is that there 25:04 are destabilizing the region 25:06 how are they destabilizing it they're 25:09 trying to expand their influence into 25:11 neighboring countries Afghanistan Iraq 25:14 when we invade and occupy and destroy 25:18 those countries that's stabilization 25:20 when they try to expand their influence 25:23 into the neighboring countries that's 25:25 destabilization and that makes perfect 25:28 sense if you own the world and that's 25:30 and and that is the basic assumption of 25:35 us culture we own the world if anybody's 25:38 in the way they're doing something wrong 25:41 definition this reaches such a level 25:49 that you can even get things like this a 25:52 couple years ago the former editor of 25:55 Foreign Affairs and the establishment 25:57 journal James chases liberal sensible 26:00 liberal commentator was writing about 26:02 the u.s. overthrow of the parliamentary 26:06 regime and in Chile installation of a 26:09 brutal dictatorship 26:11 no shit dictatorship and he literally 26:13 said reluctantly we had to destabilize 26:18 chili in order to bring about stability 26:20 and nobody saw that is contradiction and 26:24 they're right it's not 26:26 we had to destabilize it in order to 26:28 bring about our rule under a 26:30 dictatorship which is by definition 26:31 stability so that's what it means when 26:35 the New York Times others tell us that 26:37 the peace treaty is the foundation of 26:40 stability in the region that's the 26:42 foundation of our rule of the region but 26:45 the Egyptians may not go along with that 26:47 so we'll see the isolation of the US on 26:52 these issues is quite significant than 26:55 you should be talked about in a free 26:57 society so takes a ran again 27:01 Iran is the centerpiece of US policy its 27:04 last year was called the year of Iran 27:06 and foreign policy journals around 27:09 is no major issued and story is that 27:14 Iran is isolated 27:16 it's the international community is 27:19 isolating Iran who's the international 27:23 community 27:24 well that's another technical term like 27:26 stability the international community is 27:29 of course the United States and anybody 27:32 who happens to be going along with it 27:33 like Israel maybe for some marshall 27:37 islands that's the international 27:39 community literal so take a look at Iran 27:42 the non-aligned countries which is most 27:46 of the world have been vigorously 27:48 supporting Iran's right to develop 27:53 nuclear energy they've been doing that 27:54 for years but they're not part of the 27:56 international community the Arab world 27:58 that not only supports Iranian the right 28:02 to develop nuclear energy they actually 28:04 go so far as to support already nuclear 28:06 weapons so the Arab were world is not 28:09 part of the world the international 28:12 community the leading you know the 28:15 leading countries of the world like 28:17 again brazil the most respected country 28:19 i mean they talk strongly reject the US 28:22 policy in Iraq Turkey the major regional 28:25 power they object to US policy in fact 28:28 that Turkey and Brazil recently just 28:31 worked out a deal to handle the uranium 28:35 enrichment policy the u.s. quickly shot 28:38 it down because they don't want anything 28:40 getting out of their hands so they're 28:41 not part of the international community 28:43 in fact the international community in 28:45 this case is the United States Israel 28:48 canada large parts of Europe that's the 28:52 international community that's pretty 28:54 isolated instantly we might ask what is 28:57 this Iranian threat that we're so 28:59 worried about actually the right in 29:01 governments are rotten 29:02 that's a terrible threat to its own 29:04 population but unfortunately it's not 29:07 unique in that regard including our 29:10 friends and that's not the threat 29:12 because we support governments which are 29:14 horrible threats to their population so 29:17 what's the threat 29:18 well actually there's an authoritative 29:20 answer to that which again would be 29:22 front-page news in a free press every 29:27 year the Pentagon and US intelligence 29:30 that provide analysis of the global 29:33 security situation to Congress the last 29:36 one about a year ago of course had a 29:38 section on the Iranian threat big 29:40 section so what's the Iranian threat we 29:43 can look it up on the internet and find 29:45 down the they point out that the Iranian 29:48 threat is not a military threat around 29:52 in military expenditures are very low 29:54 even by the standards of the region I 29:57 mean minuscule was compared to the u.s. 29:58 of course they say that they go into his 30:01 Iranian military doctor and they say 30:04 Iranian military doctrine is strictly 30:06 defensive it's designed to deter an 30:09 invasion long enough so that diplomacy 30:12 can sit in they say very limited 30:15 capacity to deploy force they say they 30:20 talked about the nuclear the possibility 30:22 of developing a nuclear capacity they 30:25 say if Iran is developing a nuclear 30:27 capacity it would be part of their 30:29 deterrence strategy deterring the 30:32 us-israeli attack and if any country 30:35 needs at the turret it's ran just take a 30:39 look at the geography it's completely 30:41 surrounded by a military bases of a 30:44 hostile violence superpower and that's 30:48 constantly under threat threat of attack 30:50 in violation of UN Charter if anyone 30:53 cares about that nobody sane once your 30:57 and have a nuclear weapon I don't think 30:59 despite whatever opinion is but it's 31:02 possible that they're developing a 31:03 nuclear capability 31:05 no and if so yeah it's likely part of 31:07 the deterrence strategy chances they use 31:09 it almost zero they be vaporized 30 31:13 seconds of the amount of the missile but 31:16 so that's that's part of the threat of 31:20 deterrence there a deterrent and they do 31:23 it raining deterrent would limit what 31:25 the US and Israel can do you know if 31:28 you've got to be careful if somebody 31:29 could attack you with nuclear weapons so 31:32 put a limit on us and Israeli 31:35 aggressiveness and violence and that's a 31:37 threat and the other one the other 31:38 threat which they go into is what i 31:40 already mentioned their destabilizing 31:41 the region by trying to expand the 31:44 commercial cultural and other relations 31:46 with their neighbors 31:47 that's the Iranian threat and on this 31:50 the u.s. is quite isolated the real us 31:55 can sort of tolerate with dismay turkeys 31:58 disobedience but there's another country 32:00 that's much more worrisome that's China 32:02 China doesn't take any nonsense 32:05 china is regarded as a great threat by 32:08 the United States because they refused 32:10 to be pushed around their sense china is 32:13 look we've been here for three thousand 32:15 years fending off the barbarians and ok 32:19 you want to make noises that's your 32:20 business 32:21 we're paying a country and that's really 32:23 frightening like if you're say the Mafia 32:26 Don and somebody says I don't mind 32:29 paying attention to you and you can't do 32:31 anything about you're in trouble and 32:33 that's the problem with China not 32:35 Chinese aggression it's just 32:37 disobedience the his name in fact if you 32:41 look at the Washington pronouncements 32:44 there's a kind of a touch of desperation 32:46 in them so the State Department recently 32:48 on Iran issued warnings to China saying 32:53 if you want to be admitted into the 32:55 international community you know us then 32:59 you have to meet her you have to meet 33:00 your international responsibilities and 33:03 your international responsibilities are 33:05 to obey us sanctions 33:07 well US sanctions have no validity 33:10 whatsoever except that the u.s. is a 33:12 powerful state and can smash people up 33:15 but the china is observing un sanctions 33:19 which are mostly toothless and the u.s. 33:22 is condemning them for that they say 33:24 yeah they're they're not meeting their 33:27 international responsibilities China 33:30 just laugh 33:31 they don't care of us is unhappy that 33:34 they're not obeying the meaningless US 33:38 sanctions that's infected this as in 33:42 many other cases the u.s. is most of us 33:45 just refusing go along 33:47 that's part of the reason why the u.s. 33:49 is in fact a declining power but there's 33:52 much more to it than that 33:53 however that's not the topic let's 33:55 return to Israel Palestine specifically 33:58 the their mentioned a few crucial 34:03 moments of recent history is a lot to 34:05 talk about the most important real 34:07 turning point was nineteen sixty-seven 34:10 was in 1967 with the 1967 war that the 34:17 us-israel relations were solidified and 34:20 pretty much the current form a big 34:22 change from before and a new framework 34:25 was established in the region so what 34:27 happened 67 well in the background was a 34:30 war that was going on between radical 34:34 Islamism and secular nationalism in the 34:37 Arab world a radical Islamism is 34:40 centered in Saudi Arabia the most 34:43 extreme fundamentalist arab state of the 34:47 extremely hub is the most extreme form 34:50 of Islam supporters of jihad missionary 34:54 movement and so on 34:55 that's centered and Saudi Arabia so 34:59 that's radical Islam court at that time 35:02 secular nationalism was centered in 35:04 Egypt masters Egypt there was a war 35:08 going on between Saudi Arabia and each 35:11 the proxy board in the Yemen and it was 35:15 serious 35:16 the United States and Britain have 35:19 traditionally supported radical Islam 35:23 almost always Saudi Arabia and Pakistan 35:27 you know sported information of Hamas 35:31 it's very consistent us been very strong 35:34 written two very strong supporter of 35:36 radical Islamism there's a reason 35:38 because if they considered a barrier to 35:41 secular nationalism and secular 35:43 nationalism is the real threat not only 35:45 in the Middle East but everywhere for 35:47 example secular nationalism might 35:49 involve a move towards real independence 35:52 and towards the taking over the 35:54 resources of the region and using it for 35:56 its own population instead of for the 35:59 west and for you know the ruling 36:02 gangsters and that's a threat so very 36:07 consistently the US and his and Britain 36:09 have supported radical Islam Israel to 36:12 in 67 Israel effectively destroyed 36:16 secular nationalism that was the main 36:19 outcome of the war and defended Saudi 36:21 Arabia defended radical Islam and that 36:24 was a big plus for us policy and 36:27 relations with Israel change almost 36:29 totally at that time militarily 36:32 diplomatic alee ideologically you know 36:35 all kinds of ways 36:36 well that was continues but the after 36:44 that in nineteen seventy couple years 36:50 later 36:52 the Jordan us back dictatorship and 36:55 Jordan was carrying out a real massacre 36:59 of Palestinians black September's called 37:01 it looked for a while as the Syria might 37:04 intervene to prevent the massacre us 37:08 pretty upset about that at the u.s. at 37:11 the time was completely bogged down in 37:12 Southeast Asia just invaded Cambodia you 37:15 know that things were totally impossible 37:17 couldn't do anything it called on israel 37:20 to react Israel mobilized its quite 37:25 formidable military forces Syria back to 37:28 off that was considered a positive step 37:32 in protecting the hashemite monarchy and 37:34 also the saudi arabian monarchy and in 37:38 fact the US aid is required triple or 37:40 quadruple that year and sir continued in 37:44 the Nixon Nixon was president and the it 37:48 was a mix of doctrines of gold and the 37:50 Nixon Doctrine was that the way that the 37:55 u.s. ought to have surrogate States 37:57 carrying out the dirty work couldn't do 37:59 everything by ourselves anymore and in 38:01 the middle east there had to be what 38:03 were called cops on the beat the cops on 38:07 the beat and keep the place under 38:08 control had to be non our they do a 38:12 better job killing Arabs so Pakistan 38:16 Iran has been up to the Shah Turkey 38:19 Israel there the cops on the beat at 38:22 police headquarters of courses in 38:24 Washington and there's a branch office 38:26 in London that's essentially their way 38:29 around the region Israel with joined as 38:32 one of the cops on the beat at that time 38:34 and that's stayed pretty much like that 38:37 in nineteen it became critical in 1971 38:42 that was one 38:43 most important moments in Israel's 38:45 history i think in 1971 the president 38:49 the president of Egypt present so that 38:51 offered Israel full peace treaty full 38:54 history 38:57 nothing for the Palestinians Palestinian 39:00 issue hadn't really reach the 39:01 international agenda then so Palestinian 39:04 some words about refugees the quid pro 39:08 quo is that Israel was to withdraw from 39:10 Arab territory and in fact Egypt only 39:14 cared about Egyptian territory occupied 39:16 sign actually Jordan came along a year 39:18 later with a similar proposal with you 39:21 over the West Bank well Israel had a 39:24 choice at that point crucial choice and 39:27 they made a fateful decision i think 39:29 they could have had talked almost total 39:32 security a peace treaty with egypt and 39:35 jordan nothing for the Palestinian 39:38 Syrians out of the game that's 39:40 essentially as much securities you can 39:43 get in this world the alternative but 39:46 they had to decide we want security or 39:49 do we want expansion 39:50 well the primary expansion at that time 39:53 was into Egypt it was into the Egyptian 39:55 Sinai Israel at that time was driving 39:58 thousands tens of thousands of veterans 40:01 farmers out of the Sinai they were 40:04 laying plans to build a big city meet 40:07 them on the ocean million people a lot 40:10 of settlements and so on and they 40:12 decided they'd rather have expansion and 40:15 security question is what would the u.s. 40:18 do as always in the u.s. went along with 40:20 them 40:21 Kissinger supported that this is what he 40:23 called stalemated his 40:24 memoirs no negotiations just force that 40:28 had a lot of consequences that one 40:30 consequence that led to the 73 war was a 40:32 very close thing for Israel another is 40:35 it set the stage for what amounts to 40:38 have time to go into the details but 40:41 since then there's been essentially 40:43 permanent choice of accepting expansion 40:47 over security Israel could have security 40:50 right now on accepting the international 40:53 consensus but they want expansion and 40:55 now it's primarily in the West Bank and 40:57 the illegally annexed to go on Heights 41:01 which people don't talk about the 41:03 security council declared illegal but us 41:07 didn't care so Israel doesn't the and 41:11 that that remains the situation there 41:13 was 71 72 in January 1976 the major Arab 41:19 states Egypt Syria and Jordan 41:22 neighboring states bro resolution to the 41:26 Security Council calling for a two-state 41:29 settlement by then the Palestinian issue 41:31 had reached the international agenda so 41:34 they called for a two-state settlement 41:36 on the international border they 41:37 recognized international border 41:39 so-called green line and then the 41:43 resolution added the standard wording of 41:47 the major diplomatic documents un 242 41:51 recognition of the rights of every state 41:54 in the region to live in peace and 41:56 security within secure and recognized 41:59 borders 42:00 it's basically the resolution the u.s. 42:03 heated vetoed a similar resolution in 42:06 1980 the Security Council's ruled out 42:10 shifted to the General Assembly and then 42:13 you get these annual votes with you know 42:16 are 51 2 3 and so on year after year the 42:19 most recent Linda's februari the next 42:22 one will be 42:23 this winter session very likely well 42:26 that's meanwhile settlement expansion 42:30 continued in the Oslo agreements came 42:34 along in 1993 with a total disaster for 42:38 the Palestinians quite predictably the 42:40 don't say in retrospect Rove at 42:44 immediately because it was obvious the 42:46 pace of settlement to increased steadily 42:51 right through the nineties not to the 42:53 peak year with your 2,000 points last 42:56 year Gaza was closed off and separated 43:00 from the West Bank and violation of the 43:02 Oslo treaty and that's been us is really 43:05 policy since i'll quote the American 43:10 hostage one of Israel's leading 43:13 journalists wonderful journalists and 43:15 also this domain their main specialist 43:17 on gaza she's been there for years and 43:20 she writes that the total separation of 43:23 the gaza strip from the West Bank is one 43:26 of the greatest achievements of Israeli 43:28 politics whose overarching objective is 43:31 to prevent a solution based on 43:33 international decisions and 43:35 understandings and instead dictate an 43:38 arrangement based on Israel's military 43:40 superiority and the u.s. backs it that's 43:45 very bitter means that students and Gaza 43:48 for example can't to go a couple miles 43:51 at the universities in the West Bank the 43:54 patients who have to go to a Jerusalem 43:56 hospital or pretty much bar people can 43:59 visit their families and a couple of 44:01 kilometers away and meanwhile repression 44:05 intensified and Gaza was reduced to 44:08 misery 44:08 well in 2005 became the famous 44:12 disengagement Israel had about 7,000 44:16 settlers illegally in Gaza using a large 44:21 part of the meager resources and 44:24 and maybe thirty forty percent and 44:27 defended by big mass of the Israeli army 44:30 and general char on the move was Prime 44:33 Minister the most hawkish Israeli leader 44:36 be recognized rationally it just made no 44:39 sense to keep the small number of Jewish 44:42 settlers in Gaza which by then had been 44:46 utterly devastated used to be a pretty 44:48 healthy place but totally destroyed by 44:50 then so that was pointless 44:52 it made a lot more sense to take them 44:54 out and send them to settle illegally in 44:59 the West Bank which Israel want so that 45:02 was the disengagement but you couldn't 45:04 present it that way so a farce was 45:07 enacted a really comical first if Israel 45:13 hit that they could have just done it 45:14 very easily they could have just said 45:16 you know in august for first the IDF the 45:20 Army is going to withdrawal from gaza 45:22 and at that point the seven or eight 45:25 thousand settlers would have climbed 45:28 into the lorries that were provided for 45:30 them and be taken from there illegally 45:34 subsidized homes and Gaza there 45:36 illegally subsidized homes in the west 45:38 bank and I would've been the end of it 45:39 but that was no good you have a PR 45:42 operation so what they staged stage this 45:46 correct was a confrontation so you get 45:50 front-page news papers and pictures you 45:53 know the little boy pleading with the 45:56 army not to destroy his home and so on 45:58 and then the cries of never 46:00 again you know holocaust that we have to 46:04 stay in West Bank forever 46:06 no such a transparent force that was it 46:09 was ridiculed in Israel and what made it 46:12 even more of a force was it is a replay 46:14 of something that was done a couple 46:16 years earlier when I had to withdraw 46:18 from Yummie finally seen the sign on but 46:22 it passed the Western press accepted it 46:24 and that's a model for what could happen 46:27 in the west bank if the u.s. takes a 46:29 stand 46:30 well that was the that was the 46:34 disengagement the best description of 46:36 what happened next this from one of 46:39 Israel the two of Israel's leading a 46:42 commentary historian needed their towel 46:45 and Lucky there got held are made 46:48 diplomatic correspondent now they write 46:50 that after israel withdrew its forces 46:52 from gaza in august 2005 the ruined 46:56 territory was not released for even a 46:59 single day from Israel's military grip 47:02 or from the price of the occupation that 47:05 the inhabitants pay every day Israel 47:08 left behind scorched-earth devastated 47:11 services and people with neither a 47:13 present nor future the settlements were 47:16 destroyed an ungenerous move by an 47:19 unenlightened occupier which in fact 47:22 continues to control the territory and 47:24 kill and her assets inhabitants by means 47:27 of its formidable military might 47:30 which can be exercised with extreme 47:32 savagery thanks to us thanks to firm us 47:36 support and participation 47:38 well the attacks continued that was 47:41 august 2005 the Israeli us tax continue 47:45 the escalated in january 2006 in that in 47:50 January the Palestinians consider did 47:53 carry out a major crime that may be the 47:56 worst time they were carried out and 47:58 they had a free election and they voted 47:59 the wrong 48:00 way that's not allowed and the u.s. 48:07 reacted instantly go back and look at 48:10 the newspapers within days the United 48:13 States announced harsh punishment of the 48:14 Palestinians Israel to force your kind 48:18 of went along as usual so and in fact 48:21 we're apparently what the desert all and 48:23 old are described picked up the 48:25 significantly then I won't run through 48:28 all the details but there were repeated 48:31 escalations in journ 2007 Hamas which 48:38 won the election injured what was 48:43 described is that was described as this 48:46 and put in june two thousand seven there 48:48 was a civil war in which Hamas drove out 48:51 FATA us favorites and that showed that 48:56 they're just a gang of terrorists that 48:58 what actually happened is really not 49:01 contested the US and tried to initiate a 49:05 military coup to overthrow the results 49:08 of the elections that standard operating 49:10 procedure us does that all over the 49:12 world so they try to military coup is 49:15 run by a strong man man I'm a tough one 49:19 the crew the coup was preempted by Hamas 49:23 and they drove out the Palestinian 49:25 Authority and they did take over 49:27 well that's the Hamas crime not that 49:31 they're nice people 49:32 it's a harsh brutal organization i 49:35 wouldn't want to live into their rule 49:36 but that's a separate story the and of 49:40 course the attacks then escalated again 49:43 siege tighten in june two thousand eight 49:47 there was a true school 49:51 between israel and hamas and start very 49:56 important actually 2008 there's a 49:58 ceasefire basically so no Hamas rockets 50:02 and is really call off the siege notice 50:05 a siege is an act of war Israel of all 50:08 countries insists on that Israel has 50:11 launched two major Wars 5667 on grounds 50:16 that it was very partially blocked from 50:19 the outside world very partially through 50:22 the streets of Tehran the total sieges 50:25 of course an active work so the terms of 50:28 the troops were Israel would call off 50:30 the siege Hamas which stop rockets will 50:33 Hamas lived up to that hundred percent 50:36 you can read it in the official 50:37 us-israeli records they concede that 50:42 during the period of the truth that 50:43 wasn't a single commander rocket Israel 50:46 never accepted the truth maintain the 50:48 siege that was jun 2008 in november two 50:52 thousand eight the day of the u.s. 50:55 election you know everybody's paying 50:57 attention to that Israel invaded Gaza 51:00 scented troops killed half a dozen 51:04 hostility ins meaningless pretext and 51:10 then rocket firing started again and I 51:12 went up and back there were all the 51:14 deaths as usual or Palestinian but it 51:16 did continue until december in late 51:21 December Hamas offered to renew the 51:23 truth the Israeli cabinet considered and 51:26 rejected they had a choice then they 51:30 could have had a truce no Rockets they 51:33 would have had the weekend the siege but 51:36 they decided to reject it and instead 51:37 invade gaza with us support that was the 51:41 december two thousand eight january 2009 51:44 invasion which you know about or should 51:47 the u.s. supported the invasion as 51:51 always us weapons us intervene at the UN 51:55 to prevent the ceasefire Obama was had 51:58 been elected but 51:59 and taking office but he wouldn't say 52:01 anything about it 52:02 his line was there's only one president 52:05 so I can't say anything 52:07 Presidents Bush he was saying things 52:09 that are kind of other topics like that 52:11 Pakistani terrorism so on but couldn't 52:13 say anything about this us attack on 52:16 Gaza which was destroying the attack was 52:20 very carefully calibrated so that would 52:23 end hours before the inauguration that 52:28 did that save Obama the necessity to say 52:32 anything about it now he was the one 52:35 president but it stopped so he could 52:37 give the usual story about let's forget 52:40 about the past and look forward to the 52:42 future and so on 52:43 very convenient story for those who told 52:47 the club's others don't like it much so 52:50 that right after that obama gave his 52:53 first infact only major speech on enough 52:57 israel-palestine it was an interesting 52:59 one he made one good move 53:02 he appointed George Mitchell as his 53:05 negotiator is a sensible move however he 53:08 immediately undercut it by making it 53:11 clear that Mitchell would have no 53:12 authority the way he did that was clever 53:16 clever enough so that the press and 53:18 commentators could pretend they didn't 53:20 our standard what he said was take a 53:23 look at it but you know January 28 53:25 something like that 2009 roughly he said 53:29 I said there's now a great chance for 53:32 peace we have to move forward for peace 53:34 no peace process he says there's a 53:36 constructive plan on the table the error 53:39 peace plan said finally the Arabs of 53:42 come along with the plan actually they 53:44 can no longer in 1976 but let's forget 53:47 about that but now the Arabs have come 53:49 along with a plan and their plan calls 53:53 for normalization of relations with 53:54 Israel and he called on the Arab states 53:57 to move forward with their plan and 53:59 normalize relations with Israel you know 54:01 obama is an intelligent 54:03 favorite person you can read Harvard 54:06 degree and so on 54:07 he knows perfectly well that that's not 54:10 what the plan said the plan reiterated 54:13 the international consensus on a 54:16 two-state settlement and went even 54:18 beyond it 54:19 it said once that's established we 54:22 should move on to normalize relations 54:23 with Israel well Obama omitted carefully 54:27 omitted the guts of the plan and said 54:30 normalize relations with Israel that's 54:33 his way of telling the world where I'm 54:34 going to do anything 54:35 we're going to block piece which is 54:38 exactly what it meant and exactly what 54:40 happened settlement expansion continued 54:43 Obama claim to be opposed to it but he 54:48 made it very clear to Israel that the 54:50 opposition didn't mean anything 54:52 he was asked is that spokespeople were 54:54 asked its press conferences are you 54:56 going to do anything if Israel violates 54:59 your demand to end settlement expansion 55:03 he said no this is just symbolic 55:05 in other words mr. Netanyahu go ahead 55:07 and do whatever you like he was asked 55:10 specifically are you going to do what 55:12 the first George Bush did first George 55:16 Bush did impose very mild sanctions 55:19 women if Israel violated its demand that 55:23 they not expand sanctions Clinton ended 55:26 them but wish that the bush with obama's 55:29 with specifics with you know we're not 55:31 going to do that we're not going to do 55:32 what bush did just symbolic 55:34 so it's a clear statement go ahead and 55:36 expand the settlements which is exactly 55:38 how is understood 55:40 meanwhile George Mitchell was kind of 55:43 displaced by Dennis Ross Ross come 55:46 straight out of a pack is it was 55:49 clinton's negotiator his position as he 55:51 says is there is a symmetry between 55:53 israel and palestine israel israel has 55:57 needs that Palestine only has wants so 56:00 therefore we can dismiss them that's the 56:03 neutral negotiator is now the leading 56:06 advisor then comes a series of steps up 56:11 to the veto of the UN resolution 56:14 last februari they are bleak meanwhile 56:18 they do talk they actually have voices 56:20 they don't say much but they do say some 56:23 things like a couple months ago they 56:26 called for two no-fly zones you heard 56:29 about one of them they called for a 56:32 no-fly zone in Libya and the big uproar 56:34 about that great 56:35 no flies on Libya we got a bomb Libya 56:37 because the Arabs demanded they also at 56:40 the same time called for a no-fly zone 56:41 over Gaza not a word 56:45 no actually you can read about it you 56:48 can read about it in the London 56:49 Financial Times the main International 56:51 Business Journal someone around the 56:54 corners in the United States you could 56:56 read about the note national press that 56:58 no-fly zone over Gaza didn't conform to 57:01 US policies so therefore that when I 57:03 didn't exist the let's go on to what the 57:09 options are now what are the options 57:12 today 57:13 well in there's a lot of commentary 57:15 about this of course and the way it's 57:16 usually phrased is that there are really 57:18 two options one is the two-state 57:22 settlement which has been the 57:23 international consensus for 35 years 57:26 you know you can argue about this not 57:28 detail with the basic framework of over 57:30 this understood that's one and the other 57:33 option that's proposed is that Israel 57:36 should take it all over take over the 57:38 whole territory and then they'll be 57:41 civil rights struggle what kind of an 57:43 anti-apartheid struggle and actually 57:45 that's a position which is argued for by 57:47 a lot of supporters of the Palestinians 57:49 they say that even better in two states 57:51 that we could have an anti-apartheid 57:53 struggle that's a real delusion 57:56 those are not the two options there's a 57:59 third option a third option is that 58:02 Israel and the u.s. will continue doing 58:04 exactly what they're doing right now 58:06 what they're doing right now is 58:09 implementing over 58:10 you know what used to be called the 58:11 Sharan plan for general charan expansion 58:16 is namely Israel takes what it wants in 58:18 the west bank and we know what it wants 58:21 not a secret it wants everything behind 58:24 the separation wall which is in fact an 58:26 annexation wool that's terrible and 58:29 water resources the nice suburbs of the 58:33 Lewis limited even the highway system 58:37 connecting them and so they will take 58:38 that they'll take what's called 58:40 Jerusalem which is far bigger than 58:43 anything that was ever called Jerusalem 58:45 they've illegally expanded Jerusalem 58:48 illegally annexed it over security 58:49 council orders so they'll take Jerusalem 58:52 which cuts out a big piece of the West 58:54 Bank and I'll take the jordan valley 58:56 from which Palestinians are being mostly 58:58 evicted and settlements are being set up 59:02 that in prisons what's left 59:05 it's separated from Gaza so no outlet to 59:08 the sea or anything like that and then 59:10 they're cutting the corridors through 59:13 what's left the big Carter that goes 59:15 east of Greater Jerusalem was almost 59:18 Jericho essentially bisects the West 59:20 Bank big town mild human being built 59:24 there mostly under Clinton it started in 59:26 the seventies another corridor up north 59:30 it goes through RL another town another 59:33 one above that through the main still 59:35 another town it's essentially you know 59:39 breaks the remaining parts of the West 59:42 Bank up into almost non-contiguous and 59:47 unviable Canton's big infrastructure 59:51 projects too so that no Israelis and 59:55 visit American visitors can drive 59:57 through the whole area you know it never 59:59 even seeing a Palestinian maybe some 60:03 figure on a hill with a goat or 60:05 something 60:06 tourist office probably funds and you 60:09 know looks good but that's it and the 60:12 Palestinians can just rot not entirely 60:15 so like in Ramallah the US and in fact 60:19 Europe are Europe mainly our funding a 60:24 kind of an island of affluence so you 60:27 live in Ramallah you know nice 60:29 restaurants concerts and so on 60:32 that's the standard neo-colonial program 60:35 to go to any third world country in 60:38 miserable colony you can find islands of 60:42 affluence and you know 60:44 no glamour and so and beyond what we 60:49 have that's for the elites and that 60:52 shuts them up and meanwhile the rest 60:54 just collapses they can leave if they 60:57 want 60:58 well that's the third option and that's 61:00 the one that's being implemented so we 61:02 don't have to speculate about it being 61:03 implemented you're paying for it or your 61:06 parents if you're not old enough to pay 61:08 taxes that's and that's what's going on 61:12 before our eyes 61:13 so that's the real option and the 61:16 choices that are two states there is no 61:19 third option at this point you can think 61:22 of the longer-term know maybe down the 61:24 road they'll be something better but 61:26 it's gotta be a first step in the first 61:29 step is to states there's no other 61:31 proposal it's now argued very commonly 61:34 thatthat's impossible with settlements 61:36 have gone so far that's impossible 61:38 well the world doesn't agree that's why 61:40 you had the affair very resolution world 61:44 thinks it's possible that the 61:46 Palestinians think it's possible with 61:48 the both factions father and Hamas which 61:51 again reiterated its support for it so i 61:55 think this reason to believe that is 61:57 possible 61:58 what's crucial is as always what the US 62:01 will do if the u.s. access to the US 62:04 joins the world it will be possible and 62:07 Israel will go along because there are 62:09 many choices and we can do things about 62:11 it like we can stop participating in the 62:14 crimes 62:14 that's not a major 62:18 unimaginable action stop stop 62:22 participating the crimes along with 62:24 what's a human rights watching Amnesty 62:27 International and others are calling for 62:28 that would make a difference now there's 62:31 a lot of it's very common now these days 62:34 to draw analogies between Israel and 62:37 South Africa and most of them are pretty 62:40 dubious in my view but there are some 62:41 which are reasonable and instructive 62:45 okay that's five minutes something I'm 62:51 used to that when my kids were little 62:53 and they asked questions you know that 62:56 they often say just the five minute 62:59 lecture so tired I get the five-minute 63:07 like there's one analogy between Israel 63:11 and South Africa which is very real and 63:14 never discussed probably because it's 63:16 real in around nineteen sixty the South 63:21 African government Nationalist 63:23 government recognized that they're 63:24 becoming an international pariah and the 63:27 South African foreign minister called in 63:32 the American ambassador we have the 63:34 documents now and he 63:35 you talked to him he said look we're 63:37 gettin voted down by everyone in the UN 63:39 everyone supposed to us and so on but 63:42 you and I both know that there's only 63:44 one vote in the UN yours so as long as 63:47 you're with us we don't really care what 63:48 the rest of the world thinks and that's 63:51 pretty much what happened if you look 63:53 through the come following decades by 63:56 the 19th big anti-apartheid movement did 63:58 develop by around nineteen eighty 64:01 American corporations were pulling out 64:03 the the Congress was passing sanctions 64:06 the UN has already declared an embargo 64:08 the nobody was supporting apartheid was 64:12 overwhelming opposition but exit the 64:14 only person who's supporting apartheid 64:16 was Ronald Reagan and his administration 64:18 they were strong supporters of apartheid 64:21 and they continue to support it in the 64:24 framework of what they love the war on 64:26 terror war on terror was declared by 64:28 reagan-bush and had to defend the 64:33 African nationalist the apartheid regime 64:35 against the terrorists nelson mandela 64:39 and the African National Congress and I 64:42 made it literally in 1988 the White 64:47 House declared the ANC Mandela's ANC to 64:51 be one of the more notorious terrorist 64:53 groups in the world of course we had to 64:55 support the white nationalist regime in 64:58 fact Mandela himself only got off the 65:00 terrorist list about two years ago so 65:03 now he can come to the United States 65:05 without a special 65:07 the special arrangement and that 65:10 continued until around nineteen ninety 65:13 at that point US policy changed we don't 65:17 have all the documents being guess what 65:19 Mandela was let out of Robins island a 65:22 couple years later apartheid was gone 65:25 it's not a nice situation pretty rotten 65:28 situation in many ways but at least the 65:30 part height was dismantled which is a 65:33 big victory now that's not the only time 65:35 that that's happened in this case after 65:37 case that when the boss lays down the 65:40 law people have to do something and 65:43 that's you know that's actually an 65:46 optimistic conclusion for us it means 65:49 that it's really very much in our hands 65:51 if we take the right kinds of actions if 65:55 we're capable of if our own society is 65:58 democratic enough so that popular 66:00 opinion makes a difference which it 66:02 should be and if it isn't we have a lot 66:05 to worry about not just this then plenty 66:09 of things we can do to change that to 66:11 compel the united states to join the 66:13 world on this issue as well as others 66:15 and in that case this israel-palestine 66:19 conflict can be certainly mitigated not 66:23 solved but mitigated and blade set on 66:27 the basis to a much more favorable 66:29 outcome that's that's the five minutes

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Chaos In DC -- Charles R. Smith

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Charles R. Smith is one of America's leading experts on cyber technology and its implications for war, terrorism, privacy and every way technology interacts with our lives. He is an exclusive columnist for as its "CyberWar" expert and is currently President and CEO of SOFTWAR, his own consulting company. Mr. Smith's life sounds like a character in a Tom Clancy novel. He received a U.S. government "Top Secret" clearance as a top-level computer engineer for EDS. There he was assigned to work with the U.S. Army on logistic projects during the Cold War. He currently provides security software for medical information services and hospitals, encryption software for secure e-mail, direct communications, electronic commerce and Internet Web Site services. During the past ten years, Smith has also become a noted investigative journalist.

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Alex Jones Show (Commercial Free) Thursday 2/16/17: Paul Sperry

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On the Thursday, Feb. 16 broadcast of the Alex Jones Show, the war between Trump and the intelligence agencies heats up. New York Post columnist and author of The Great American Bank Robbery, Paul Sperry joins the show to discuss Obama's attempts to sabotage Trump's presidency. Also, the U.S. military is preparing for a Martial Law takeover. We'll also cover the nationwide "day without immigrants" worker strike taking place today. We will take your calls on this worldwide broadcast.

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Joel Skousen WARNING How would World War 3 Start in 2017

Transcript : mr. Joel Skousen welcome to show well 0:17 thank you Alex that's very good to be 0:19 with you people like you have been 0:22 completely accurate about the Russian 0:24 threat and basically the extension the 0:28 threat coming from China and North Korea 0:30 and so forth 0:31 why is it mrs. Carson that today we see 0:34 a lot of the american alternative media 0:36 and the Patriots why are so many of them 0:39 now 0:40 nowadays so soft on Russia why do we see 0:44 them even promoting Russia and the 0:47 Russian point of view concerning all 0:49 kinds of topics 0:50 well that's a very good question Alex 0:53 and part of it has to do with the fact 0:56 that when the Western media covered for 0:59 the what I call the phony fall of the 1:02 Soviet Union and it wasn't carefully 1:04 crafted deception communism never fell 1:06 it simply went underground and pretended 1:09 to be dead in order to gain a great deal 1:12 of aid and trade with the west to 1:15 prepare for its future you know attack 1:18 on the west which is still coming but in 1:21 the process of the Western media 1:22 covering for the phony fall of the 1:25 Soviet Union and I mean you had to cover 1:28 it i watched it go down and I saw 1:30 immediately through the holes in the 1:32 argument that the KGB the all-powerful 1:36 Katie but suddenly fail to capture 1:38 gorbett job is undefended villa and that 1:41 the life sick riots in Germany would 1:45 suddenly be allowed to go forward and we 1:48 now know that Erik on occur said on his 1:51 deathbed and chili that he got orders 1:53 from Moscow to allow the life sick riots 1:57 to go forward so this was up carefully 1:58 crafted deception but they gave credit 2:02 to Ronald Reagan for it so in America 2:04 the conservative side o we one you know 2:08 the left isn't crucifying our hero 2:10 ronald reagan anymore they're giving him 2:12 credit 2:13 well ronald reagan was just as surprised 2:15 as anyone else at the phony fall of the 2:18 Soviet Union he didn't realize it was 2:20 funny and most of the Conservatives in 2:22 the United States today don't realize 2:24 it's phony 2:26 they revel in the fact that communism 2:27 fell but it did not and so the enemy 2:31 then became globalism and globalism is a 2:35 real enemy 2:36 it's I think there are three independent 2:39 predator centers in the globe in the 2:42 world the anglo-american globalist the 2:45 Russians and the Chinese and they're 2:46 each trying to establish their own 2:49 version of the new world order under 2:51 their control now so people like Paul 2:55 Craig Roberts who generally I have a 2:58 great deal of respect for but he has 3:00 become obsessed with the fact that if 3:04 the globalist were trying to insert 3:06 themselves in the Ukraine and Russia is 3:08 the victim and so this mentality the 3:11 rushes the victim or the Putin is 3:13 somehow the only one who can stand up to 3:15 the New World Order therefore he's our 3:17 hero is very much displaced analysis in 3:22 its very erroneous i pointed out in my 3:25 world affairs brief for example that 3:27 only the Russians could have created the 3:31 Ukrainian coo everyone in the West 3:33 especially in the United States talks 3:35 about how the u.s. port 5 billion 3:38 dollars into Ukraine and influence the 3:40 independence movement and that it was a 3:43 pro-western coup but it was not I was 3:47 probably the only one in the United 3:48 States to point out as our seniors is 3:51 only the pro-russian forces could have 3:54 told the bear coot the the state secret 3:58 police to stand down and let the 4:00 protestors win only the pro-russian 4:03 forces could have instructed the party 4:06 of regions who controlled the Rada which 4:09 is the parliament in Ukraine to oust 4:12 their own leader and is this a 4:14 repetition of what we've seen with the 4:15 so-called fallen Soviet Union where this 4:18 big colonial superpower Russia with one 4:20 continuous landmass when in those 4:24 satellite states like Ukraine you had 4:26 like the fall of the the Soviet 4:29 government there the Moscow control 4:31 government there and in all these new 4:33 faces are seemingly new faces appeared 4:35 and said all we're going to 4:36 create this new political parties and 4:38 we're going to be up for vote and then 4:41 you saw kind of this okay 4:44 the Russians they pull back their tanks 4:46 they pull out their tanks but they leave 4:47 the KGB net there and I seen that I seen 4:52 it with with Germany as well and our 4:54 current Chancellor in the nineteen in 4:58 middle of the nineteen eighties she was 5:00 just a chemist or a chemist or physicist 5:04 and suddenly she was being positioned 5:07 right when the Gorbachev thing happened 5:11 in the background when it started in 5:13 these high-level meetings and then she 5:15 started with after the fall of the the 5:18 Berlin Wall she went into these KGB 5:20 control new groups in eastern Germany 5:23 then made her way up 5:25 so is this basically repetition in 5:28 Ukraine where you know one guy's removed 5:31 one unpopular guys removed like 5:34 Yanukovych and then you see these fresh 5:38 faces supposedly taking power but it's 5:42 it seems like just a rehash well it is 5:47 it's even deeper than having KGB moles 5:50 for example almost all of the leaders 5:53 that surfaced after the fall of the 5:55 Soviet Union such as liquid lenson pro 5:58 Poland or even Vaclav Havel and 6:00 Czechoslovakia turned out to be wrong 6:02 russian agents and that's very much was 6:06 in the news in poland i was when i 6:07 visited Poland after the fall i'm 6:10 surprised how many Poles knew that that 6:12 level enza was the former was a Russian 6:16 agent all the time that he was running 6:18 solidarity so in Ukraine for example 6:21 yulia tymoshenko has always has this are 6:26 of being pro-western but in fact she 6:29 played very seamlessly with Putin and 6:31 she didn't one of the the telling things 6:35 about the former Soviet satellite States 6:38 is that none of the new presidents who 6:40 are supposedly pro-western ever purged 6:43 the bureaucracy of the corrupt communist 6:46 elements that were there they continue 6:48 to commit to 6:49 you have their corrupt control even in 6:51 Ukraine and that's why most of the 6:53 Ukrainians don't like either side the 6:56 pro-western pro-western because they 6:58 realize that nothing changes in Ukraine 7:00 it's still the same old cronies that are 7:02 controlling things in in the government 7:04 now after the government plane crash the 7:09 Polish presidential plane and small ends 7:12 I we expected a big outcry of Western 7:17 governments we expected a big outcry in 7:20 the media mainstream media and 7:22 alternative media but there was a big 7:24 silence so you didn't see protest from 7:27 Western governments when the Polish 7:30 elite was apparently killed a few years 7:34 ago things 2010 you didn't see the 7:37 mainstream media making a big deal out 7:39 of it and the alternative media did not 7:41 make a big deal out of it 7:42 so where you see what do you see this 7:46 event and what do you think of the 7:48 reaction in the alternative media well 7:51 occasionally you even though for example 7:53 in Russia they control all the major 7:55 opposition parties the Communist Party 7:57 Underground has a above-ground faction 8:03 which controls about twenty percent of 8:05 the vote but they control united russia 8:07 they control all the other opposition 8:08 parties except the smallest ones in 8:10 Poland for example what happened is that 8:13 occasionally you do get a true 8:15 anti-soviet free-market person elected 8:19 which is what happened and so he had to 8:21 be killed when the Russians don't in 8:25 fact undermine any of these leaders then 8:28 you pretty well no they're probably in 8:30 the Russian pockets I mean it's just 8:32 like after Ceausescu was ousted and 8:36 killed in remaining because he wouldn't 8:38 step down he refused Moscow's orders 8:41 unlike Honaker was gone yeah he was shot 8:45 and then ill esq suppose who had 8:48 supposedly defected a couple of or six 8:51 months earlier in order to position 8:53 himself as a pro-western anti-communist 8:56 when I talked to the Romanians after esq 8:59 came to powershell he's just an old 9:01 communist he's not a 9:03 pro-western free-market guy and they 9:05 were absolutely correct 9:07 so the Soviets are really playing this 9:09 poroshenko today in Ukraine all of his 9:12 best friends are Russian oligarchs he 9:15 has seamless relationships with Moscow 9:18 the fact that he's supposedly a in 9:21 opposition to Russia is just a fraud for 9:24 example he promised in his campaign that 9:28 everyone would be able to speak their 9:30 preferred language in any sector of 9:33 Ukraine including the Russians and then 9:35 when he got elected he said no y'all 9:37 gotta speak Ukrainian 9:39 in other words he was purposely setting 9:42 it up so that the pro-western the 9:44 pro-russian forces in Ukraine would have 9:46 an excuse to hate the government 9:48 he sent in mercenaries who did ruthless 9:51 drive-by shootings in Ukraine he did 9:53 everything to sabotage the view in the 9:56 east of Ukraine of the Western 9:59 pro-western government as evil and so I 10:02 see them still actually playing both 10:05 sides and poisoning their own people 10:09 against the program does the supposedly 10:11 pro-western government now then we have 10:14 this big concept of Eurasia now in the 10:17 view of the influential Russian figures 10:21 and and thinkers like extremists like 10:25 Alexandra doing this Eurasia is just a 10:29 big fascist weird state like stretching 10:34 from from lissabon to Vladivostok now in 10:39 before this Ukraine crisis like up until 10:44 a few months ago 10:45 there's been a lot of talk in in 10:47 political circles in your about a 10:50 different kind of Eurasia meaning and 10:52 integration of the European Union and 10:54 Russia we saw the the one employee from 11:00 the European Union talking about you 11:02 know we need this this corporation so 11:04 they kind of sold this to politicians 11:07 and 11:08 you know not to the public as well but 11:11 not in a big extend yet they're selling 11:13 this idea of a nice version of Eurasia 11:15 where you have free trade zone between 11:19 Russia and and Europe then we had big 11:22 newspapers in Germany printing the blood 11:27 near Putin's call for this type of 11:29 integration meaning of free trade zone 11:33 no more of visa necessary for travel 11:37 between Russia and Europe and I always 11:39 said wait a minute this is completely 11:41 insane because if you have free travel 11:46 there's no protection against Russian 11:48 Russian agents anymore and and also all 11:52 companies in Europe would be vulnerable 11:55 you know they would have their patterns 11:57 stolen stolen they would have their 11:58 intellectual property stolen and so this 12:03 so-called nice version of Eurasia that 12:07 was promoted 12:09 Oh for a long time and was this 12:13 basically in your opinion kind of the 12:15 kind of the excuse to to facilitate the 12:23 help for Russia all the credit all the 12:25 the financial credit the technological 12:28 help military military goods that were 12:32 sold to Russia you know stuff that 12:34 people have been warning about but 12:35 apparently the argument was hey we want 12:39 this peaceful integration with the 12:42 European Union Russia and so we're not 12:45 going to criticize Russia is no matter 12:47 what they do 12:47 well it's a my answer has to be 12:51 necessarily complex because there are 12:56 two factions trying to help the Russians 12:58 the first is the angle American 13:01 establishment the globalist as we call 13:03 them and they're trying to help Russia 13:05 not because they're Marxist but because 13:08 they're trying to build an enemy to 13:11 eventually attack the West that's why 13:13 they brought now to power in 1949 it was 13:17 george catlett marshall and the u.s. 13:20 globalist who brought in 13:22 the power by cutting off aid to chiang 13:24 kai-shek they brought the Russians to 13:26 power the United States finance ears 13:29 gave 20 million dollars in gold to 13:31 Trotsky and the Bolsheviks they 13:35 undermined the White Russians when they 13:37 tried to go to war against the Red Army 13:40 they gave Russia the first enriched 13:43 uranium to build their nuclear weapons 13:45 shipped it from the United States to 13:48 Russia so the Russia could it do a 13:50 nuclear weapon within a year after world 13:52 war two 13:53 so you see we've been bringing communist 13:56 governments to power but not because 13:58 anglo-american globalist to communist 14:01 but because they're trying to build an 14:03 enemy and i'll explain the endgame of 14:05 that but in Europe you have a slightly 14:07 different situation you have the 14:10 socialist international which became 14:14 very powerful after World War Two this 14:16 was essentially a in Moscow front of 14:19 masquerading socialist but they were 14:22 working for Moscow and as you know 14:24 during the Bronze regime and in Germany 14:29 he had several Soviet spies working for 14:32 him 14:33 angola miracles of former communist now 14:35 Tony Blair was a Marxist in Britain for 14:37 example the new head of NATO this this 14:40 Norwegian guy he was a with the with the 14:44 Socialists in Norway what's his name 14:46 again the the new head of NATO he just 14:50 stepped in a few days ago he just 14:51 stepped up a few days ago to the into 14:54 this this position against open bags i 14:56 think his name and the key point alex is 15:01 that they appear to switch to the 15:04 globalist position when they get in to 15:07 the EU and tony blair when he became 15:09 during the Gulf War he switched to 15:11 becoming a rating globalist and uncle 15:14 America seems to be playing along but we 15:16 never know because these people are very 15:18 skilled at playing both sides and they 15:20 can they can play up to the globalist 15:24 and yet still be reporting back to 15:25 Moscow we really don't know it is very 15:29 difficult to know who's who 15:30 whether or not their real just socialist 15:33 or whether or not they're actually 15:34 taking orders from Moscow so many of the 15:36 people promoting a Eurasian integration 15:39 in Europe our Moscow driven agents 15:43 others are just globalist right now 15:46 their purposes are aligned together 15:48 boosting Russia protecting Americans and 15:52 Europeans from knowing that Russia is 15:54 really a threat but they will diverge at 15:58 some point and that will happen when I 16:01 believe in Russia and China are clearly 16:04 trying to build the latest state of 16:09 weapons of mass destruction even as 16:11 europe and the united states are 16:13 disarming in terms of nuclear weapons 16:17 I think what the globalist intend to do 16:19 by building Russia and China is to 16:21 induce them eventually to go through 16:24 with their long planned nuclear strike 16:27 on american and british nuclear forces 16:31 and what is this accomplished 16:33 well in terms of globalism the globalist 16:37 know that there is increasing resistance 16:39 to EU integration you saw in the 16:43 previous in the past election how much 16:46 opposition there is to further bu powers 16:49 returned to sovereignty in America we 16:52 see the same thing with the Tea Party 16:53 resisting more global integration and 16:59 for that reason the globalist know 17:01 they're going to have to give us a war 17:03 that will panic or force people into a 17:06 panic to accept a militarized version of 17:10 the global government which we do not 17:12 now have we got the United Nations as a 17:14 result of World War two but it basically 17:16 had no military powers has no financial 17:19 powers no taxing powers 17:21 eventually the globalist want to have 17:24 global military power global taxation in 17:27 a global currency and you can't get 17:29 there without a global government and 17:31 you can't get there at least as far as 17:33 Americans are concerned unless you have 17:35 a global any big sized at the size and 17:38 the interesting thing is by inducing a 17:41 nuclear strike on American forces and 17:44 that's part of the reason for 17:45 intervening in the 17:46 least is to build this reputation of the 17:50 US and NATO as the bully of the world 17:53 they are handing China and Russia the 17:55 excuse to attack and take down the bully 17:58 of the world but you see the Chinese and 18:01 Russians don't intend to attack civilian 18:03 targets in either the United States or 18:05 Europe only military targets then they 18:07 intend to blackmail the west into 18:09 submission and what are global leaders 18:13 come out of there deep underground 18:15 bunkers and say now the Russians and 18:17 Chinese deceived us but now that the 18:19 American military has been decapitated 18:21 and problem UK missiles will be hit as 18:26 well now that the American military has 18:29 been decapitated the world cannot defend 18:31 itself unless we join together and form 18:34 a global military power and I think 18:37 it'll be based around NATO I think 18:39 that's one of the reasons why they 18:41 created Isis as the new international 18:43 terror threat to have an excuse to 18:46 create a new military force which you 18:50 seen they went to extreme ends to try to 18:54 build a cobble together a military 18:57 strike force even though the US was 18:59 music capable of doing it all themselves 19:01 I think they're using international 19:04 terrorist excuse to build the 19:06 predecessor to this global military to 19:09 condition people to get used to having a 19:12 global military do their bidding now 19:15 first do you think that the American 19:18 establishment has already given up 19:22 Europe they have positioned themselves 19:25 so Europe will be taken by the Russians 19:27 no i don't 19:30 I in fact think that they won't they're 19:33 going to use the basis of NATO as the 19:36 core of the new global military now i 19:39 happen to have some information that the 19:43 US has a lot of secret weapon systems 19:46 that are capable of deterring a Russian 19:50 Chinese preemptive strike but they will 19:52 not use them until after the first 19:55 strike falls on American military forces 19:57 then they will use them and 20:00 I think a lot of those secret weapons 20:01 are space-based anti-missile systems 20:04 that can then stop for a period of time 20:07 Russian and Chinese nuclear attacks 20:09 while the West regroups I do think there 20:12 will be a land invasion by Russia they 20:15 will take back the former Soviet states 20:17 and they will get into the eastern 20:22 portions of Europe I don't know exactly 20:23 how far but i do think that it they will 20:28 not take all over Europe and the 20:30 Global's don't intend to yield all of 20:33 Europe but to get everyone together to 20:35 fight now because ultimately Russian 20:39 needs Western Europe technology i mean 20:42 they have still have these these 20:43 problems and a lot of the Russian 20:47 military production takes place in the 20:50 Ukraine and then we've seen that when 20:53 the Soviet Union fell they had this 20:55 large large gap in in technology and 20:58 then parts and pieces and that's why the 21:01 Western establishment delivered these 21:03 parts and pieces these necessary parts 21:05 and pieces to Russia to build them up 21:08 now in this strategy want Alex just let 21:11 me interject here that one of the ways 21:13 in which i think the West intense to win 21:16 this war even after absorbing a nuclear 21:19 first strike on American military forces 21:21 is sometimes during the progress of the 21:23 war I think they're going to cut a deal 21:25 with China to betray russia in exchange 21:31 like we did with Russia to give all this 21:32 aid in to rush i think China will accept 21:35 that same deal and then Russia cannot 21:37 win if the Chinese are at their back 21:40 door but i think that in the course of 21:43 the war the beginning part of the war 21:45 China who has a grudge match with Japan 21:48 will conquer Japan all the way down 21:51 through australia and perhaps new 21:53 zealand in order to protect this buffer 21:55 zone in the East for before she switches 21:59 sides and a tax Russia on the eastern 22:02 front and then Russia course cannot win 22:04 a two-front war any more than Hitler did 22:06 yes and in this strategy the Western 22:12 establishment 22:13 and could not just then defeat this big 22:17 enemy in the East they also could defeat 22:21 their enemies and home meaning the 22:22 Patriots meaning of the pro Constitution 22:26 people of the United States and maybe in 22:29 Europe because right now if if if those 22:32 critical of the new world order that the 22:34 western new order if those critical 22:36 switch elite will pledge allegiance to 22:39 Russia and think Russia is is the big 22:41 the big hope I mean isn't that wouldn't 22:44 be possible in the future for say the US 22:46 government designating a lot of these 22:49 Patriots as enemy combatants or foreign 22:52 agents you know Russian agents if they'd 22:55 known position themselves like day 22:56 they'd like a lot of them are doing well 22:59 let me explain I i have a little bit 23:01 different view on how I think that's 23:02 going to play out i think that the 23:08 American patriots who mistakenly view 23:10 Putin is there salvation against the New 23:13 World Order will immediately disavow 23:16 that position when Russia and China have 23:19 a nuclear strike in America no one in 23:21 America will take a pro-wrestler 23:22 position but what will happen is the 23:26 globe listen that's the reason for NSA 23:28 surveillance the globalist are 23:30 surveilling all content not just 23:34 metadata they're building lists on 23:37 dissidents that's why they put out 23:39 disinformation like a DHS buying two 23:42 billion bullets that just didn't happen 23:45 but they put it out there so they can 23:46 track the emails of who gets upset who 23:49 passes these emails on it helps them to 23:52 build these lists so i think it sometime 23:55 during the war when communications 23:58 re-established because it will start 24:00 with an EMP strike which will take down 24:02 communications and all traffic and 24:06 electricity and in the US and will cause 24:08 a great deal of panic but after things 24:10 start to knit back together i think the 24:12 globalist will say you know there are 24:15 people among our midst who are not 24:18 supporting our troops who think that we 24:20 are responsible for this war that we 24:22 were responsible for 911 which is true 24:25 by the way 9-11 was a 24:27 government operation from beginning to 24:28 end and we have the proof of that but I 24:32 think they'll have what we call a test 24:34 both of Allegiance or a new citizenship 24:38 of the world in other words saying that 24:40 we want to make sure that everyone comes 24:42 on board so we're gonna have a new 24:44 citizenship we pledge allegiance to the 24:46 world government and anyone who won't 24:48 take this pledge we won't respond to the 24:51 draft 24:52 that's right or respond to the draft and 24:55 so I think that's how they'll isolate 24:57 Patriots by the issue of conspiracy and 25:00 they'll call upon Americans and 25:02 Europeans to turn in to the authorities 25:04 those that believe in conspiracy it will 25:08 be a hallmark for dissidents in the 25:10 future now in in the past couple of 25:13 months we've seen parts of the the 25:18 alternative media in the West basically 25:20 just copying and pasting Russian news 25:26 stories most of the time fake news 25:28 stories are heavily distorted news 25:29 stories concerning the downing of the 25:33 flight mh17 concerning the fights in in 25:39 Ukraine concerning you know that 25:42 basically whether or not Russia has the 25:45 right of the the the right to occupy 25:50 Ukraine because this is our this 25:52 ridiculous argument that Ukraine belongs 25:54 to Russia now in all these cases you 25:57 seen fake news stories propaganda new 26:00 stories being copied and pasted and that 26:04 is kind of permeated the alternative 26:07 media and the West how how how competent 26:11 do you think Western alternative media 26:14 is or maybe how may be wishful thinking 26:20 plays a part in that when they say well 26:23 maybe Russia isn't that bad and we need 26:25 to support them 26:29 well they're the the art of 26:32 disinformation has become extremely 26:33 complex now the government in the United 26:37 States especially has a full-time team 26:40 of disinformation experts at MacDill Air 26:42 Force Base in in Florida who do nothing 26:45 but troll the internet pretending to be 26:47 conservatives and to place false 26:50 information and their purposes to get 26:53 conspiracy theory discredited by seeding 26:57 the the field with a lot of bogus 27:01 theories so that the rational people 27:04 just throw out all conspiracy theory one 27:07 of the ways in which they distort real 27:10 truth is called the false forgery in 27:14 other words they will forge a document 27:16 that contains truth confirming a 27:20 conspiracy and then two days later the 27:23 media will announce that it was a 27:25 forgery and they get people than to say 27:28 well therefore the content we have to 27:30 throw out as well as the the source of 27:33 the document and that's how they get 27:35 content destroyed in the United States 27:38 you know by creating these false 27:41 forgeries and so we have to be very 27:43 careful of what i call 27:44 too-good-to-be-true information and the 27:48 alternative media in answer to your 27:49 question directly is not very good at 27:52 discerning too good to be true false 27:56 information they get suckered in all the 27:59 time and part of that is because they're 28:02 so anxious to prove that the government 28:05 is going to implement martial law and 28:09 next week that it's very easy for 28:11 disinformation experts posing as members 28:14 of department of homeland security or 28:17 military saying I just heard that 28:20 there's going to be a takedown of 28:21 dissidence or I just heard the military 28:24 is going to overthrow Obama in two weeks 28:27 and I've been one of those on the 28:30 internet the alternative media leaders 28:32 who have basically tried to point out 28:35 why those are false 28:37 and I will make my case here that with a 28:39 total surveillance society Alex NSA 28:43 eavesdropping and there's no way anyone 28:45 in government can leak every week to 28:49 people like Alex Jones or Steve Quayle 28:52 or doug hagmann with inside room and not 28:55 get shut down and there's just no way 28:58 you could do that they would be able to 29:00 track it and so these people are 29:01 permitted leaks they're purposely 29:04 feeding false information in order to 29:06 get the conservative side of the 29:10 alternative media discredited and so is 29:15 another factor that plays into this I 29:17 think is the competition between media 29:21 outlets because nowadays a story has to 29:23 be viral it has to be quick it has to be 29:25 as you said it has the sound too good to 29:28 be true evidence you know like this 29:30 The Smoking Gun whatever might want to 29:33 call it because as we've seen time and 29:35 again a badly cobble together a video 29:38 online about mh17 or or the Ukraine 29:42 thing or whatever or how important is 29:45 going to save us all a a sloppy video 29:47 can get 10 million views in a few weeks 29:50 and so I think that even some of the 29:52 better outlets in the alternative media 29:54 they think they they were kind of in a 29:57 position where they have to compete 29:58 unless they get overtaken by some of 30:02 these these amateurs and do you think 30:06 that's that's that's part of this all 30:09 very much so and especially because 30:11 certain outlets like dave hodges or even 30:15 alex jones has a considerable reputation 30:19 for imminent threat of hyping imminent 30:24 threat and when it doesn't happen they 30:26 are eager to look for someone who will 30:29 provide a new story energetic full of 30:33 hype that will say that i wasn't really 30:35 wrong it's just been postponed and so 30:38 week after week you get the latest and 30:40 strongest story about imminent threat to 30:43 the constitutional conservatives by 30:46 government and most of it's false you 30:49 have to 30:49 look at the long term agenda and that's 30:52 why ice i have tried to explain my 30:55 position to people all over the world 30:57 there has to be a reason Alex why our 31:01 own government has been taking over a 31:04 hundred years to build both the Soviet 31:07 Union Russia and China as these two 31:10 major enemies giving them technology 31:12 using Israel to find funnel technology 31:15 to China which they do all the time 31:16 opening doors like like Bush Senior did 31:19 when he was the unofficial US ambassador 31:22 to to Communist China and he later said 31:25 he later said that china would have 31:27 would have been isolated for decades to 31:29 come if it wasn't for me that's exactly 31:33 right i mean people like Henry Kissinger 31:34 who gave the Russians the miniature ball 31:38 bearing technology that they didn't have 31:40 to move their missiles or to make 31:42 multiple independent reentry vehicles 31:44 that's called Merv and they didn't have 31:47 it they couldn't develop the technology 31:49 and so Kissinger authorized during the 31:51 Nixon a conservative Republican 31:53 administration to give the Russians the 31:56 power to create multiple warheads so 31:59 we're building the best enemies that 32:01 money combined there has to be a reason 32:03 Alex for that 32:04 that's why i say these people say 32:06 there's going to be an economic collapse 32:08 next week 32:09 Gordon you they've been saying that 32:10 forever 2010 they don't understand the 32:13 globalist agenda if they were to pull 32:16 the plug on the economy everybody would 32:18 know who to blame 32:19 exactly they know who would cut the 32:21 money supply but if they if you look at 32:23 what the the global have been trying to 32:25 do for decades in building up these 32:27 enemies 32:28 they're going to use those enemies to 32:30 create a war that will wipe down all 32:33 opposition 32:34 I mean it just won't be anybody willing 32:37 to stand up to the issue of a global 32:39 military force a global currency if 32:42 there's a nuclear war now in in Germany 32:45 we've seen as some pretty significant 32:48 signs that the days of Chancellor Angela 32:52 Merkel are numbered 32:54 there have been candidates groomed to to 33:00 to surpass her and one of these 33:04 candidates was a man called so good bag 33:07 you know he's he was he came out of 33:11 nowhere I mean it's his family they are 33:13 you know they have aristocratic titles 33:16 have been around for awhile but 33:17 politically this guy was unknown 33:19 suddenly there was him in the media and 33:23 of course the European media's is 33:25 follows what these American 33:28 organizations tell them basically this 33:31 this Atlantic connection and so this man 33:35 was groomed as as the new chancellor and 33:38 they gave him the post of Defense 33:40 Minister I gave him all this news 33:43 coverage all look at him in doing a 33:46 visit in in Afghanistan visiting the 33:48 troops and I thought he's like the exact 33:51 opposite of Angola Mackel because you 33:54 know first of all he's he's clearly 33:56 someone who is aligned with the American 33:59 establishment 34:00 he's someone who has ties to the 34:04 military some something you know you you 34:06 hehe had this this defense minister 34:10 position and he's also with the 34:13 aristocratic title he's supposed to be 34:15 kind of you know rooted in in Germany 34:19 and so then of course there was a 34:23 scandal because his his doctoral thesis 34:26 was apparently a a copy and paste job 34:31 and now they're they have a new person 34:32 they groom funder lion she's defense 34:36 minister right now and she's of course 34:39 Western global is she has also an 34:41 extra-credit title and of course he has 34:43 a time to the military now what do you 34:46 think is going to be will we see in 34:52 germany and in the United States will we 34:54 see kind of the end of these Marxist 34:59 heads of state like Obama and angle 35:01 America will we see kind of these new 35:03 these new ronald reagan types you know 35:06 who say a lot of good things but nothing 35:08 necessarily do a lot of good things what 35:11 do you think it's going to be you know 35:12 what is going to be the next president 35:13 like or the new chancellor in Germany 35:15 like well that's a very good Alex 35:18 analysis we have seen this much more 35:21 openly in the United States for example 35:23 in 2008 you have a candidate in the 35:27 United States Mitt Romney who inserted 35:29 himself because he had his own money 35:31 enough to finance his own campaign he 35:34 bent over backwards to please the 35:36 establishment he hired all of the 35:39 Council on Foreign Relations advisors 35:42 that every other controlled candidate 35:44 does but he wasn't control but he was 35:46 trying so hard to please the 35:48 establishment that you thought well 35:51 maybe they'll accept it but they did 35:53 they resurrected as you said out of 35:56 nowhere five new candidates one after 36:00 another they generated false push 36:02 polling we call it that is you generate 36:05 a false pole to show he's suddenly got 36:07 forty percent name recognition 36:09 he's the up-and-coming person and then 36:12 he fell by the wayside in the the first 36:14 primary election it became obvious that 36:16 the polls were false 36:18 they resurrected another one they did 36:19 this five times with various candidates 36:22 to try to defeat Romney and when they 36:25 couldn't they finally had to fudge the 36:28 and distort the actual vote they made 36:31 eight million u.s. votes disappear at a 36:34 moment in order to get Obama elected but 36:37 remember Obama in our particular case is 36:40 no longer a Marxist at some point he was 36:43 bought out by the globalist and became a 36:45 globalist I mean you don't make Marxist 36:50 wealthy mean is worth over 14 million 36:52 dollars to the public he's still a 36:54 leftist figure and yes will he be 36:56 surpassed by a Ronald Reagan type figure 36:59 he will in fact the powers-that-be in 37:01 the United States read the political tea 37:05 leaves if you will and they've 37:07 determined there so much hostility 37:08 towards Obama we've got to reduce that 37:12 hostility by giving them the appearance 37:13 of a conservative and so you'll have a 37:16 false conservative 37:17 rise up whether it's george bush or you 37:21 know they wanted Chris Christie who has 37:23 a lot of skeletons in his closet very 37:25 much a controlled person and just as you 37:28 saw in Germany was sooo good burger or 37:31 you know the one lion you know these are 37:35 people who are controlled conservatives 37:37 who will in fact not do anything 37:39 different they will give conservatives 37:41 the rhetoric they will maybe even talk 37:44 tough on Russia but they won't do 37:45 anything to stop the shipment of the mr. 37:48 all helicopter ships to from France to 37:54 Russia and those types of weapons 37:56 transfers know saying Obama said Obama 37:59 said those who still think about a 38:01 Russian threat they live in the past 38:03 yeah and and so they denigrate everyone 38:06 who is preparing in the United States 38:08 for nuclear war and I do a lot to try to 38:10 get people to be prepared individually 38:12 it's very telling that FEMA in the 38:15 United States the Federal Emergency 38:16 Management Association talks about food 38:19 storage and everything but they'll never 38:21 talk about fallout shelters they do not 38:23 want Americans prepared in the same 38:26 thing in in Europe because they want us 38:29 to have the maximum vulnerability so 38:32 that when our leaders come out of their 38:33 bunkers and I'm but believe me they've 38:36 got new bunkers that are half a mile 38:38 underground and they're not building 38:39 those because of terrorism has shown the 38:41 footage when they come out of their 38:43 bunkers they want Americans to be in a 38:45 panic so that they will accept whatever 38:49 they hand them as the false solution now 38:53 what do you think of this before we get 38:56 to the the atomic bomb shelters because 38:59 that's very interesting topic and of 39:01 course you're you're one of the leading 39:03 experts on it because we have when this 39:05 this this Scotland vote happened 39:10 we've been taking out some stuff about 39:12 Alex settlement in in in Scotland his 39:15 socialist past and and at some point the 39:19 Scottish National Party they tied 39:21 themselves to these left-wing causes 39:23 like nuclear disarmament and and so 39:27 forth and these big marches 39:30 denouncing the stationing of United 39:34 Kingdom nuclear weapons in Scotland and 39:38 the argument was well if all these nukes 39:40 are stationed here the Russians were 39:42 going to the Russians will hit us in in 39:44 Scotland and and they said that well 39:49 even if you have a shelter you will be 39:51 fried in your shoulder because Scotland 39:53 is so small there's just a crazy 39:55 anecdote out of this this whole 39:58 situation because in in the United 40:01 States of course shelters of different 40:04 kinds they have a much bigger tradition 40:07 or much much bigger 40:10 you see a lot more private bankers in in 40:15 Europe you see a lot of government 40:17 bunker especially in the mountains like 40:21 in Switzerland but before we get to the 40:23 topic of shelters are one more question 40:25 for you about this development in North 40:28 Korea now in this in this scenario 40:31 leading up to 20 20 or maybe a couple 40:35 years afterwards when the Russian 40:37 military has gained size and strength 40:39 and technology and that the Chinese are 40:42 are buying and building stuff as well 40:47 you always said that North Korea would 40:51 be the ideal the ideal situation to 40:57 start off this the to start of this this 41:00 avalanche of of evil 41:03 now now we have seen kind of the leader 41:06 of North Korea disappearing for a month 41:10 land there have been high-level visits 41:12 from the north to the south 41:14 do you think this is just some of these 41:17 generals maybe wanting to become 41:19 billionaires in a unified unified Korea 41:24 or do you think that this is just a ploy 41:27 to deploy to in preparation of an 41:32 all-out assault on the South because the 41:34 soft obviously as a base of operations 41:36 for American NATO 41:40 well it's a very good question i have 41:42 long postulated that as you outline that 41:46 North Korea is the most likely trigger 41:48 event for world war three and there has 41:53 to be a reason Alex to explain why the 41:56 US has basically given North Korea pass 42:01 meaning that there's no regime change 42:04 required there the new the military 42:06 option is not on the table for North 42:08 Korea even though it's the most 42:09 aggressive predator rogue nation in the 42:13 world or appearance of a rogue nation it 42:15 has nuclear weapons it has the missiles 42:17 to deliver those even to Hawaii or parts 42:20 of the United States and yet we don't 42:22 require move regime change we always 42:25 look the other way when they violate the 42:27 latest nuclear treaties contrast this 42:31 with Iran who i believe yes is trying to 42:35 develop a nuclear weapon but there's 42:36 still a long ways away and they don't 42:38 have intercontinental ballistic missiles 42:41 to deliver it and yet we've been 42:42 demanding regime change there since 2004 42:45 and it's of it was at least at that time 42:49 a fairly civilized mirror pro-western 42:52 country and yet what's the economy about 42:55 I think it's because the global is know 42:57 that China which now controls North 43:00 Korea is going to use North Korea as the 43:03 trigger event so in order to be a good 43:05 trigger first of all you've got to have 43:07 an unstable country so that it can 43:08 appear to be a rogue attack that isn't 43:11 controlled directly by China and the 43:14 North Korean military ever since soon 43:21 will you know the original grandfather 43:24 of the Kim family who certainly created 43:26 the world was but was born in and Soviet 43:28 territory i believe that's right but you 43:31 see him he ran for 46 years North Korea 43:34 with an iron hand and he got the 43:35 military into this hyped-up posture of 43:39 attack on the west is imminent attack or 43:42 by the West in attack on South Korea 43:44 something you gotta train for and so 43:46 North Korea periodically about every six 43:48 months or so attacks South Korean some 43:50 minor way and I think they're doing this 43:53 to keep 43:54 south korea's off balance so that they 43:56 won't know when it's a real attack or 43:59 whether or not it's just one of these 44:00 smaller probing attacks but as the 44:08 various sons of Kim came into power for 44:11 17 years and then now the grandson 44:14 commune moon is in power they have 44:19 basically lost competency in other words 44:22 other powerful figures are controlling 44:26 things in North Korea and China is 44:28 ultimately tied to those military 44:30 leaders in controlling them they take 44:32 orders from china and so while they 44:35 allow came to think that he or you know 44:37 to think that he's the leader there has 44:41 been a lot of reshuffling a lot of 44:43 purging going on because there is a 44:46 change my but let there be no doubt 44:48 China still has a stronghold and it has 44:51 basically given the orders to the people 44:53 behind the scenes do a piece offensive 44:56 with South Korea we've got several years 44:58 before we're ready to attack so we want 45:01 a piece offensive so as to disarm South 45:03 Korea to disarm the west into thinking 45:06 we're more benevolent so I don't think 45:08 anything is really changing but i don't 45:09 think you know is in fact the true 45:12 leader of North Korea anymore 45:14 well I mean he's he was a thing second 45:16 or third choice because i think is one 45:19 of his brothers was called in think in 45:22 disneyland and it costs a kind of a 45:24 diplomatic embarrassment but so one more 45:31 question about the United States and I 45:33 want to get into the topic of strategic 45:36 relocation and and personal shelters now 45:39 a question about question about Senator 45:43 Rand Paul now of course in Europe the 45:46 media has largely been quiet about the 45:49 to paul's 45:50 and now the the younger one rand paul 45:54 she's been talking a lot about nuclear 45:58 disarmament and his father Ron Paul I 46:01 think his is ron paul institute has been 46:04 very soft on Russia is this kind of the 46:07 this is kind of just this this 46:09 non-interventionist kind of core policy 46:14 they just want to you know deescalate 46:17 things or do you think maybe they are 46:21 bit misguided maybe they do think Russia 46:24 has become a Christian conservative 46:26 nation 46:27 well I'm personal friends with ron paul 46:31 and I've talked to this about this to 46:34 him he is true a true libertarian and 46:39 he's a very strong anti globalist and he 46:43 basically has been schooled for so long 46:46 about the false warmongering agenda of 46:50 the US government creating wars in 46:52 intervention for other ulterior motives 46:54 that he's kind of taken the position 46:56 philosophically that anyone who's an 46:59 enemy of the globalist really isn't an 47:01 enemy must be a friend bars and so for 47:05 that reason he soft on China he does not 47:07 realize that China and Russia are really 47:10 true threats and so it's an unfortunate 47:14 thing but he's totally sincere hasn't 47:18 seen a lot of the evidence and is 47:20 resistant to it but it's not like the 47:23 various neo-cons you know who are taking 47:26 a position because of ulterior motives 47:28 so the Paul family is very sincere I 47:31 don't take the establishments going to 47:32 allow Rand Paul to get the presidency or 47:35 the nomination because even though he's 47:38 bending over backwards like Mitt Romney 47:40 to go along to a certain extent with the 47:44 establishment 47:45 he's also not been compromised morally 47:48 and they cannot allow that's one of the 47:51 reasons why they could not allow Mitt 47:53 Romney to gain the White House part of 47:55 the usual you would see so much black 47:58 operations in there like Benghazi that 48:01 mitt romney would not have tolerated 48:02 where he is 48:04 it and they they don't want to have to 48:05 control them like they did Ronald Reagan 48:07 with an assassination attempt they want 48:09 real good puppets in there and neither 48:12 Rand Paul or and back the puppets have 48:14 to have a lot of dirt they have to have 48:16 dirt on them so that they can blackmail 48:18 them into submission 48:20 so you think has a real shot at the 48:22 White House well rand paul is the one 48:26 the establishment will have to defeat 48:27 because he's the one who's got the 48:29 strongest chance of joining conservative 48:32 so they will have to defeat him 48:34 they're going to they've got another 45 48:37 people in the wings they're going to try 48:39 Jeb Bush Marco Rubio but there's four or 48:42 five other that will come out of nowhere 48:45 as you said if the first to fail or 48:49 chris Christie fails they'll bring them 48:50 out of nowhere and they'll do false push 48:53 polling in order to you know to convince 48:57 people that these people are be able 48:59 we've shown our audience parts of your 49:06 presentation on video presentation 49:09 interview on strategic relocation so our 49:13 audiences is broadly aware that you know 49:16 your favorite the intermountain west of 49:18 the United States and our audience is 49:23 aware that of course you are advised 49:24 against densely populated areas and our 49:28 audience was of course most interested 49:29 in in in what you have to say about 49:34 Europe could you give people a an 49:40 overview of what to you know what to 49:43 think of when they consider leaving 49:47 their country emigrating to another 49:49 country when people want to position 49:51 themselves would be wise to go to Spain 49:55 or would be wise to try Switzerland 49:58 would be wise to just say well if I'm a 50:01 conservative Patriot if I'm aware of all 50:04 these issues maybe its smartest to just 50:07 try to get into the United States or 50:09 Canada 50:10 well I do think that the United States 50:13 and Canada even though the United States 50:15 will be subject to a nuclear strike 50:17 it will be limited to military targets 50:19 so I think there's a great deal of wide 50:21 open spaces in the West that would be 50:24 good for anybody who can get here canada 50:26 has even more wide-open spaces 50:28 the problem with candidate is that its 50:31 government is a yes man to the New World 50:33 Order they will do whatever the 50:35 globalist government America dictates so 50:38 i suspect that dissidents will not be 50:40 welcome in Canada as they were during 50:43 the Vietnam War what a lot of people 50:45 can't get to the United States and so 50:48 let's talk a little bit about Europe 50:50 I've traveled extensively in Europe and 50:53 and no the country's pretty well 50:55 traditionally in wartime Spain has been 50:58 the country most distant from invasions 51:03 from the east and that remains so in the 51:06 future environment with an invasion from 51:08 Russia and yet spain is much more 51:13 densely populated now it's much more 51:15 controlled by the EU it's very likely to 51:18 have a lot of controls against people 51:21 escaping to Spain it may not have that 51:24 neutral aspect that it did during World 51:26 War Two austria and switzerland with its 51:32 mountain areas do provide the 51:35 traditional safe haven if you have royal 51:39 underground cabins or second homes there 51:42 and I emphasize like the Swiss that 51:45 people need to have fallout shelters or 51:48 safe rooms and I also believe that they 51:50 need to be concealed because our own 51:53 governments being globalist or tied to 51:56 the Globus will probably go after just 52:00 like they've gone after Holocaust 52:02 deniers in in europe someday conspiracy 52:05 believers will be like Holocaust deniers 52:08 and they'll be hunted and I think 52:10 perhaps locked up so the Jews of world 52:13 war three are going to be the conspiracy 52:15 believers and the Conservatives who 52:18 believe in sovereignty and 52:19 constitutionalism and real strict 52:22 adherence to religious values and so I 52:26 think it's important that people prepare 52:28 to hide people just like the story of 52:30 corrie ten boom 52:31 woman belgium hiding Jews people need to 52:33 prepare in advance for hidden rooms 52:36 hidden places safe rooms that are 52:39 concealed so that they can hide their 52:41 their stock piles of food because there 52:44 will be famines someday during this next 52:46 war i think an EMP strike is likely to 52:49 hit Europe as well and so there could be 52:52 a very real social panic in the major 52:55 cities so people do need to have their 52:57 stockpile secured in a place away from 53:00 the cities and need to prepare plans to 53:02 get out of the cities to get to those 53:03 safe places so what do you think about 53:07 because a lot of people tend to tend to 53:10 gravitate towards South America I mean 53:13 but South America right now it seems to 53:15 be aligned with the bricks Empire and 53:18 there's there's a lot of activity down 53:20 there and I think even chilly now has 53:24 socialist government it's it's it's 53:27 pretty unstable you know things are 53:29 shifting like a few decades is there any 53:32 place you recommend in in Latin America 53:35 well there is and I've lived in Latin 53:38 America for several years before i leave 53:40 Europe to let me just say that this 53:41 norway and sweden in the northern 53:45 portion offer some of the best respite 53:48 sin nor in in europe i do believe that 53:51 southern sweden and norway will be 53:53 occupied by the Russians just because 53:55 they have to control the the waters of 53:59 the warm Baltic Sea that is the most 54:04 past denmark and so they're going to 54:05 have to occupy those countries but i 54:07 don't think they'll get into the north 54:08 in the cold areas where people can have 54:11 retreats in South America for example at 54:17 least half of the country's now in South 54:19 America are clearly communist and will 54:22 align themselves with Russia and China 54:24 during the next war so I don't think 54:26 expatriates will do very well in those 54:30 countries when suddenly the u.s. is 54:32 decapitated militarily it doesn't have 54:34 any power over Latin America they're 54:36 going to say alright all you Americans 54:38 or your ass down here 54:40 remember when their tourism and their 54:42 economies go to pot as well 54:44 they will then start to confiscate 54:47 foreign bank accounts and even foreign 54:49 properties as well so I don't hold out 54:52 Latin America as a good bet because of 54:55 the lack of property rights law there 54:58 and the fact that there's a lot of 55:01 Marxist being trained in the 55:03 university's there in the government 55:05 there in the elite and I think there's 55:07 going to be a hostility towards people 55:09 who really believed in freedom that said 55:11 uruguay and chili are still the best two 55:13 countries in Latin America if you're 55:15 going to seek a safe haven even though 55:17 uruguay is governed by the frente amplio 55:21 the the wide front which is a leftist 55:24 organization the current president is a 55:28 very mild-mannered left us who believes 55:31 in a lot of freedom and liberty for 55:33 people and so you can find a lot in the 55:35 interior of Uruguay and Chile has a lot 55:40 of real country as well where you can 55:41 find a lot of you know friendly people 55:46 but you're going to have to know the 55:47 language to go rural there 55:49 my wife told me that because we spend 55:52 spend a couple of years in in Latin 55:54 America he said that some prominent 55:58 prominent rich people think that bought 56:00 properties in in in Chile mean some of 56:03 the really really wealthy people and so 56:07 when you drive through there you know 56:10 through some of their lanes of course 56:11 you can drive through because of the 56:12 roads but you cannot really stopped 56:14 because once you stop you get a 56:16 not-so-friendly visit from people in in 56:19 you know blacked-out SUVs telling you to 56:22 move move on place and so if people now 56:26 in Europe think that ok I'm gonna buy a 56:31 maybes some cheap property in Spain you 56:34 know maybe in the south or I'm going to 56:36 stay here in Europe where it's kind of 56:38 role and not so densely populated and 56:41 and people think I i also need shelter i 56:44 need my own shelter now you're the 56:47 expert on this 56:49 what can what would people need to look 56:52 out for where can they go 56:53 what how can people get their their own 56:56 children 56:58 well you in the United States we have a 57:01 lot of prefabricated shelters out of 57:04 steel and fiberglass that are buried in 57:06 the ground and i don't i don't recommend 57:08 these I'm glad you don't have these in 57:11 Europe because to have a big shelter on 57:14 a truck come in with a crane and dig a 57:16 hole and put it in your backyard 57:17 everybody in the neighborhood knows it's 57:19 there i prefer that shelters be 57:23 exclusively done as part of basement 57:26 space underground and sometimes under a 57:29 car park under a garage is one of the 57:31 best places to put it because no one 57:33 expects there to be a basement under a 57:35 garage and you can work in there are 57:38 people see what's been done there 57:40 that's right and so you need to have an 57:41 excuse that i'm just adding to the house 57:44 on building a basement you end up 57:46 pouring a concrete slab over that 57:48 portion of the basement 57:50 nobody thinks anything about that in 57:51 Switzerland because homes used to be 57:54 required to have a shelter in there 57:56 though they were very big i believe in a 57:58 lot bigger shelters just because it's 58:01 not just safeguarding people from 58:03 radiation you've got a safeguard your 58:04 supplies and your stock piles from 58:07 confiscation or from pillaging mobs of 58:10 people but basement space is the key 58:13 you've got to have at least 12 inches 58:17 what is that about about a third of a 58:21 meter of concrete over-the-top to shield 58:24 against radiation and you need to have 58:26 ventilation that comes up into a house 58:29 where you can hide the stacks because of 58:31 people put your ear to a ventilation 58:33 pipe you can hear everything that's 58:35 being said in a shelter so you want 58:37 those ventilations to pipe to come out 58:39 through the ceiling like plumbing 58:41 ventilation or inside the attic space 58:43 with your filters on it so that you have 58:46 filtered air coming into the shelter so 58:49 it if an American came to you and said I 58:52 need a shelter could what would you tell 58:56 him and what are you telling European 58:57 that comes to you and says i need a 58:59 shelter 59:00 well we have a small design firm that 59:05 designs high-security residences and 59:07 retreats and we're extremely busy as you 59:10 say so we wouldn't be able to do 59:13 anything but we do have a couple of 59:15 books that tell how to do it yourself 59:19 and how to design it my big book is the 59:21 secure home and it's available on the 59:25 internet so it has the architectural 59:27 drawings of how to do a shelter as a 59:30 remodeling we also have a book called 59:32 the high-security shelter book which 59:34 talks about how to do a out of concrete 59:38 block how to build a shelter in an 59:40 existing basement and I know there are 59:42 many places in Europe that have existing 59:44 basements and it shows how to do that

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