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United We Stand - Divided We Fall

Bismillah - Al hamdu lillah rabbil alameen( ! :) )

First, some things and pictures that didn't make it into my previous post:

Already posted about it but...:

Pictures from previous blog post:


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- Bismallah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem -

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I should maybe speak a bit about this thoughts...some is simply - for the haters etc. of Shiekh Imran - think about how things have changed over just such a short period of time, the cultural norms, especially and even in, just America. 40 years ago, Shiekh Imran would probably be about my age as a young, middle-aged man (1982-83) and homosexuality was seen even in America's culture and mainstream view, as being something kind of strange and yucky - dirty, in general. Now, it's a norm. As far as Christmas goes and for Muslims, Allah SWT knows - and most people nowadays, don't relate Christmas much to a religious thing but as a holiday and a time of presents and family get together. It's a cultural norm but yeah, obviously it's more of a capitalist uh, holiday to spur on spending etc. It's a huge thing, the fact that like half or more of the U.S. population does some Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping - that is HUGE. Facts...Though Shiekh Imran I think is a bit aggressive yes, that can be off-putting a bit, understandable, but um, I see it also as, us young people being weak and used to weakness in the west. "Truth can cut like a sword - I see how old people and the generation of older people, being stronger and being more experienced and less concerned with the internet type of age and the judgment of others affecting them as like we have now and the "moral superiority ideological complexes" we have now, though people are afraid to speak out against evil and wrong. I need to be strong and stronger in real life - but don't be an extremist or act like a tyrant - It truly can be hard to remain humble and wise when people go against you - to not retaliate or vilify within our own egos/mind or with actual speech and actions - transgressing the limit of what is good and/or best in conduct and righteousness ( -> Surah Wal-Asr).

- "Calling Pakistan Again" - Shiekh INH. - My notes: - Stand up - come together (Muslim ummah) - even if you/we die fighting the oppressors - this is the correct/right way at this point (in history). - The Prophet Sallahu Alahi Wassalem Muhammad's last speech - Shiekh INH's speech on Riba. The Ummah's downfall is because we/they are allowing ourselves to be enslaved by those who eat away at our brother's and sister's property/wealth. (The breakup of the Ummah into sects - all of these things coming to pass - these predictions of the future from our Blessed Prophet S.A.W. - is all true and has or is coming to pass.) Fight for true freedom - a free world, a just world. That would be worth it -> The Mahdi will come - I know, I know. Allah knows best what we and everyone does - the good people and the bad and all the hardships and struggles people go through. Allah is the greatest.


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- Jimmy has nearrrlllyy a sick (weird) sense of humor/comedy...may Allah forgive us, I can't help but laugh and feel disgusted...its a good thing we have humor and can laugh about things though, that's for sure. It's okay to get mad about things we should get mad about and feel disgusted at - it is disgusting! How people sell themselves for the riches of this lowly worldly life! Ugh. I've never liked the materialism and fake niceness of some people who claim to follow Jesus Alayhi As-Salaam..


This is really good...:

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Bismillah....Words fail me I don't know what to say - watch these Islamic videos please (Muslims at the least) and the next one (everyone). This whole blog sometimes amazes me and this post as well...I don't know what to say other than Al hamdu lillah rabbil alameen.

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Kim Iversen 113K views Jimmy Dore host of The Jimmy Dore Show joins us to discuss the current state of America... Join us in Washington D.C. this Sunday February 19 Catch Jimmy Dore...

well the U.S is spending millions of

0:04 dollars shooting down weather balloons

0:06 blowing up natural gas pipelines and

0:08 bringing us to the brink of nuclear war

0:10 with Russia and China Jimmy Dore says

0:12 America is a failed state run by

0:15 Psychopaths and I'm not sure I know what

0:17 you mean Jimmy what do you mean by that

0:21 welcome to the show

0:23 I can tell you what I mean by that these

0:25 people are Psychopaths isn't it amazing

0:27 that all of us you know I remember the

0:30 first time I went on Joe Rogan he was

0:32 talking about UFOs and and I said well

0:35 why do you think they're telling you

0:36 about UFOs now and he was like no Jimmy

0:39 it's real I talked to the pilot he saw

0:41 it I'm like they've been seeing UFOs

0:43 since they started flying and just now

0:45 the military is confirming this why is

0:48 it because they want to spend a trillion

0:49 dollars on a space force why are they

0:51 and they want to distract you from the

0:53 Nordstrom pipeline being blown up they

0:55 also want to distract you from Palestine

0:57 Ohio uh it's it's amazing how you know

1:01 Americans are the most propagandized

1:03 people in the world and they have no

1:05 idea that they are

that's the thing

1:07 that's crazy but anyway that's and and

1:09 the psychopaths are the people who still

1:12 won't give their own people Health Care

1:14 while they're sending a hundred billion

1:16 dollars in bombs to kill other people

1:18 their blood loss thirsty Psychopaths we

1:21 did it to Iraq we did it to Libya 20

1:23 years in Afghanistan we did it to Syria

1:25 we're still doing it to Syria isn't that

1:28 amazing how people can get so outraged

1:30 at Vladimir Putin invading Ukraine and

1:33 but no no even no animosity not even a

1:36 blink of an eye to the United States

1:38 occupying a third of Syria which is the

1:40 oil part so again we're the thing we

1:43 claim to hate America is the world's

1:46 terrorists and now we you know we were

1:48 supposed to be afraid When Donald Trump

1:50 was President because he has his finger

1:51 on the pole on the button and now we

1:54 have demented Joe and he's saber

1:56 rattling with two nuclear powers and

1:58 these are of course economic Wars and we

2:01 look like idiots while we're doing this

2:02 you know like shooting down weather

2:04 balloons pow pow pow pow you know

2:06 weather balloons and then saying these

2:09 are some sort of Chinese Tech or maybe

2:11 UFOs but they're really sort of pointing

2:13 the finger over at China being like wow

2:14 making us look like idiots

I don't know how the rest of the

2:41 world sees it but it's definitely uh if

2:44 the Chinese wanted to do something

2:46 provocative like this and spy on us they

2:49 already have satellites that can spy

2:50 they can zoom Zone in and they can they

2:52 can read my credit card with a satellite

2:54 they don't need to put a balloon that

2:56 you could see with the naked eye over

2:59 our country so again this is the United

3:01 States is uh the world's terrorists

3:05 they're doing it constantly uh I can't

3:08 believe how I mean you know we'll both

3:10 have shows because the the corporate

3:13 news media is so horrible and and they

3:15 won't tell you the truth about anything

3:17 especially War

3:18 but it's just mental now I can't even

3:22 like the news has no resemblance to

3:24 what's actually happening in the world

3:25 and none uh it's I I don't get and

3:29 they're not talking about this people

3:30 are saying that this thing that happened

3:32 in Ohio is like a Chernobyl and uh I

3:36 don't know because nobody will cover it

3:38 nobody will talk about it people will go

3:40 to cover it they get arrested we're

3:42 being ruled by Psychopaths who deny you

3:45 health care in the middle of what they

3:46 call a deadly pandemic they just put the

3:48 vaccines on the the CDC just put the

3:51 covet vaccine on the schedule for

3:54 children now you and I both know that

3:57 children are at zero risk from covid so

3:59 making giving kids a covet vaccine is

4:02 evil it's not just anti-science it's

4:06 literally evil and and Democrats cheer

4:09 it on like they're virtuous people and

4:12 we're some kind of conspiracy nuts

4:13 they're being duped by the biggest

4:16 criminals the world have ever seen which

4:18 is big Pharma we all know they're

4:20 criminals we all know they'll kill you

4:22 for a profit but you weren't allowed to

4:24 question it and now they're poisoning

4:26 children with this yeah it's really it

4:29 is Criminal and you know other countries

4:31 right now are actually Banning it or or

4:33 no longer recommending it or even

4:34 offering it for people under a certain

4:36 age you know under the age of 50 and

4:38 they're saying you don't need this this

4:39 is only for high risk and certain

4:41 countries even uh I think it's Quebec

4:43 actually just recently said that you'd

4:46 have to have not have had covid before

4:48 they're now willing to give you a shot

4:50 so natural they're they're acknowledging

4:52 natural immunity and saying natural

4:54 immunity is better than the shot you

4:56 don't even need a shot if you've already

4:57 had covet and you only need a shot if

4:59 you're older and high risk they're not

5:01 even giving it to younger people in

5:03 their recommendations and yet here we

5:04 are sticking it on the list for kids

they're starting to follow the money and

6:09 they realize that Bill Gates By the way

6:10 Bill Gates is now after he cashed in his

6:12 money that you know he put 55 million

6:14 dollars into uh Pfizer buying Tech and

6:17 then he sold I don't know how much he

6:19 sold but he sold a bunch of it and then

6:20 as soon as he did he started shooting on

6:22 the back

6:26 doesn't stop you from transmitting it it

6:28 doesn't stop you from getting it it's

6:29 not long-lasting they're not good we got

6:32 to get better back all of a sudden all

6:34 of a sudden after he gets his money out

6:36 of it and so people thinking that Bill

6:38 Gates you know they think he's a nice

6:40 person who wants to help people with

6:42 vaccines Bill Gates is a criminal Maniac

6:46 megalomaniac how do you get to be the

6:48 richest person in the world by helping

6:50 people we all know how you get to be a

6:52 billionaire by crushing people and he's

6:54 barely a computer specialist he didn't

6:56 write any of that code that made them

6:58 money he's a monopolist right he knows

7:00 how to uh to to Gin the system and and

7:04 Crush people so Bill Gates because he

7:06 wears a crew neck and he looked sweater

7:08 and he looks like a nerd people think he

7:09 wants to help people he doesn't want to

7:11 help people he wants to control people

7:13 he's a megalomaniac just like everybody

7:15 else why do you think he's funding The

7:17 Who governments are supposed to be

7:19 funding the who you know the number one

7:22 donor to the who is Germany number two

7:25 Bill Gates number actually Bill Gates

7:28 Right and actually Bill Gates donates to

7:30 other foundations that donate to the who

7:32 like he's in charge he also does the

7:34 main funding for Gavi and gavi is a main

7:36 funder for The Who so it's not just the

7:38 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation but

7:40 he's got proxy money coming in so he's

7:42 really even more influential than it

7:44 actually looks like on that list and

7:46 he's got money just coming into these

7:48 organizations through all of the other

7:49 organizations that he funds and that is

7:51 what's really scary he has a

7:52 disproportionate amount of power over

7:55 our Health Care system and he thinks

7:57 he's some expert on I mean I suppose I

7:59 guess he is an expert on viruses right

8:01 uh no sense he's a College Dropout yeah

8:04 well right you know Microsoft viruses

8:07 this virus oh I got you oh yeah I was

8:10 trying to make a joke Jimmy and you just

8:11 I'm sorry

t is sold out but maybe I can squeeze

9:27 you in I could probably

9:30 um I I do want to ask you about this

9:32 about so I have to ask you about Lula

9:35 and Brazil and what is going on down

9:37 there because this is so you have been

9:40 on the Forefront of of promoting

9:43 Medicare for all for a long time this

9:45 has been you know Medicare for all

9:47 Medicare for all and I I've been right

9:49 there with you but I have to say a lot

9:51 of people who have been very Pro you

9:54 know the traditional Progressive of what

9:55 you and I know what a progressive is

9:57 nowadays I don't know what it is

9:59 um but people who are very Progressive

10:00 wanting Medicare for all are now

10:02 extremely hesitant about about about it

10:05 and the pandemic really is what caused

10:08 this hesitancy you know and now you see

10:10 a guy like Lula de Silva down in Brazil

10:13 who is a supposedly Progressive you know

10:16 sort of leader that a lot of

10:17 progressives were behind for a long time

10:20 gets into office and now he's saying if

10:23 you want these social programs you have

10:26 to be vaccinated it's unclear right now

10:29 if he means the coveted vaccine in the

10:33 vaccination schedule that's not quite

10:35 but but he has alluded to it and people

10:38 are very worried because he hasn't

10:39 specified that he's going to include

10:42 coveted vaccines but either way saying

10:44 if you want this you have to do this

10:47 thing that the government wants you to

10:48 do

10:49 I I mean I don't know what do you are

10:52 you still a big supporter of Medicare

10:53 for all knowing that it could be you it

10:55 could be weaponized against us in this

10:56 way?

10:58 so it's all our Healthcare is already

11:00 weaponized against us right so we

11:02 couldn't get it you couldn't go to work

11:04 you couldn't travel you couldn't go to a

11:07 restaurant unless you followed What big

11:09 Pharma said that we had to do so they

11:11 already have control over us because

11:13 they have complete control of our

11:14 government

11:15 so the idea what I try to tell but I

11:18 understand people this covid experiment

11:21 uh making people afraid to give power

11:23 over to the government but we already

11:25 they already have it they already have

11:27 it through and what what I try to tell

11:29 people is the key here is to try to get

11:32 uh capitalists out from in between me

11:34 and my doctor right now there's a

11:36 capitalist in between me and my doctor

11:38 that controls what kind of medicine

11:40 medical care I get I want to get that

11:43 guy out of there because I can't elect

11:45 that guy I can't vote for him I can't

11:46 fire him I can't get him out he owns my

11:49 so what I can at least at least I can

11:52 vote out my representative I can vote

11:54 out the president I can vote out my

11:56 Senator so I have a little bit of

11:57 control over that I want to get the

11:59 month to capitalist out from in between

12:01 I want somebody in the government who

12:03 doesn't have a monetary interest in Mike

12:05 Health Care like big Pharma and the

12:07 insurance companies and so that's what

12:09 Medicare is now if you ask everybody

12:12 can't wait to get if you if you don't if

12:15 you think you don't like Medicare it's

12:17 because you've never been sick because

12:18 if you get sick in the United States if

12:21 you get seriously ill in the United

12:22 States and you have private insurance

12:24 you're going to pay through the Wazoo I

12:25 had the best health care that you could

12:27 purchase individually I got sick with a

12:30 bone disease in a unique way that they

12:32 didn't know how to care for and I went

12:34 bankrupt because it had to take out

12:36 second mortgages and everything to pay

12:38 off bills and see doctors and so uh

12:41 people the people who are most against

12:43 Medicare for all have never seriously

12:45 been ill uh even people like John

12:48 podesta do you remember those when the

12:49 emails got when his emails got revealed

12:52 he was uh he when he turned 65 he's like

12:55 I made it I'm getting Medicare yet and

12:58 that's one of the most powerful guys in

12:59 the country he's excited to begin on

13:02 Medicare so again Medicare could be

13:05 better and they're always trying to

13:07 wreck it and they're always trying to

13:08 make it privatize it which makes it

13:10 worse they're doing that with Medicare

13:11 Advantage so uh we so the price we need

13:15 to to stay vigilant but Medicare for all

13:17 if we could do that that would liberate

13:20 workers uh and that would uh that would

13:23 that would make social Progress way more

13:25 uh able to happen because people right

13:28 now are tied to their jobs because of

13:29 their hey my kids got diabetes I can't

13:31 do this I'll lose my job and then my kid

13:33 loses his day and so we need to free

13:36 workers from being tied to their job

13:39 because of their health care that

13:41 doesn't happen in the other parts of the

13:42 Western World it only happens here and

13:45 it's time and I think when you explain

13:46 it to people like that that we need to

13:48 get a capitalist out from in between it

13:50 was the capitalists that made covet

13:52 happen the government didn't think this

13:54 up you know who thought this up this was

13:55 thought up by big Pharma and fauci and

13:58 Collins that's who thought this thing up

14:00 and they did it and now we're finding

14:02 out that yeah so and built and Bill

14:05 Gates By the way also

14:07 yeah I mean it is unfortunate that the

14:08 pandemic has really shifted a lot of

14:10 people away from uh from Medicare for

14:13 all and even from Universal education or

14:16 um government I hate to say the word

14:18 free education because we that it's just

14:21 where we want to put our tax dollars


rather than blowing up weather balloons

14:24 you know that's where I would prefer my

14:25 money to go is to ensure that we live in

14:27 an educated population and it is

14:29 unfortunate that people are shying away

14:30 from these ideas because they're worried

14:32 that the government will have a lot of

14:34 control over them what they learn or

14:36 what they have to put into their bodies

14:38 but the reality of it is I mean you're

14:39 right it's the policy bad policy could

14:42 be implemented anywhere right you could

14:44 put bad policy in with getting your

14:47 driver's license you could say well if

14:48 you want a driver's license you have to

14:50 get the covet vaccine bad policy is just

14:52 bad policy and we have to get those bad

14:55 policies out of these ideas so that we

14:58 can have them they're good ideas and we

15:01 just need to make sure they're not run

15:03 by bad policy I think is really what it

15:05 boils down to

- I like Kim and Jimmy - agree. - "So you want or believe in an educated population, (especially within a) democracy and think we should have good policy?" - Yep. Me too.

t's just uh here we

15:10 are you know hopefully hopefully we can

15:13 uh it's it's it's incredible how

15:16 anti-science so many of these so-called

15:18 Pro science people are I still am amazed

15:20 at people when I see them on like social

15:22 media saying you know all these

15:25 anti-vaxxers were the reason why the

15:27 pandemic didn't

15:28 um why we couldn't end the pandemic it

15:30 was still their fault and it's like so

15:32 okay right it wasn't the fact that this

15:34 jab didn't stop the spread at all you

15:37 know you you know I don't know what to

15:42 say to those people I could you know

15:43 when I had a debate with my friend

15:44 Graham Elwood over mandates right and

15:47 when he came on it was painfully it was

15:50 painfully apparent that he knew

15:52 absolutely nothing about the science

15:55 surrounding the vaccine

15:57 and uh he didn't know that it didn't

15:59 stop transmission he didn't know it

16:01 didn't stop

16:02 uh contraction uh he didn't know that

16:05 this virus this illness mainly affects

16:09 the elderly the average age of death is

16:11 82 years old just like the flu just like

16:14 other stuff like that and you know who's

16:15 saying it's just like the flu Bill Gates

16:18 is now saying it's just like the flu

16:19 because he already got his 500 million

16:21 dollars

ike look what's going on in France

18:27 right now they want to raise the

18:29 retirement age from 63 to 65 or maybe

18:32 from 61 to 63. it's it's way less than

18:36 us right and they're in the streets

18:39 shutting down the country who's doing it

18:41 the labor unions got together and shut

18:44 the country down and those people

18:46 already have Medicare for all and they

18:48 already have dental and they already

18:50 have a retirement and they're still

18:52 shutting stuff down that's what I don't

18:55 know how we get that spirit in America

18:56 we don't have it right now because

18:58 people are falling for the propaganda

19:00 that it's your neighbor's fault like if

19:02 you're hurting and if you're in economic

19:04 pain because of covid you should blame

19:06 the unvaced you should blame the

19:08 trumpers you should blame your neighbor

19:09 instead of claiming the oligarchy who

19:11 did a controlled demolition of our

19:13 economy which crushed everybody except

19:15 for a handful of the richest people who

19:17 run this place and then they want me to

19:18 blame my neighbor for the pain I'm

19:20 feeling because he wouldn't take a

19:22 vaccine that never worked the way they

19:23 said it did in the first place well I'm

19:25 not gonna hate my neighbor I'm not gonna

19:27 blame him I'm going to reach out to my

19:29 neighbor which is what I'm doing this

19:30 Sunday in Washington D.C at the rage

19:33 against the war machine rally and I'm

19:34 going to find common ground because we

19:37 have a net a common enemy and that is

19:40 the oligarchy that actually runs this

19:42 country this idea that if you vote for a

19:44 Democrat you're voting to save democracy

19:46 as Bill Maher said hey Bill our

19:48 democracy was stolen from us decades and

19:50 decades ago which is why workers haven't

19:52 had a raise since 1980 and half the

19:56 country's poor low income can't afford a

19:57 500 emergency your country was stolen

20:00 from you by corporations and when are

20:03 you going to get angry about that

20:04 they're only angry about January 6 a

20:06 bunch of yahoos and pajama bottoms and

20:08 buffalo helmets stealing a pony idiom

20:11 that's not a revolution that was not a

20:13 coup that was a bunch of pissed off

20:15 people just like the Democrats were

20:16 pissed off for four straight years

20:17 because they lost to Donald Trump those

20:20 people were pissed off too we have a

20:21 bunch of pissed off people and the

20:23 oligarchy controls the corporate media

20:25 which keeps them distracted their anger

20:28 gets pushed in the wrong way it gets

20:30 pushed against their own brother their

20:32 neighbor and that's the thing we have to

20:33 wake up Ralph Nader's been talking about

20:35 this for 25 years it's time for the left

20:38 and the right to come together and if we

20:39 and and Brett Weinstein's talking about

20:41 this stuff and if we don't do it now

20:43 it's over this country's on its last

20:45 legs people don't realize that but this

20:47 Empire is ending uh we we're we just put

20:50 three more military bases in the

20:52 Philippines while we have people living

20:53 under every bridge it's over for

20:56 American people aren't waking up to this

20:58 Joe Biden is your enemy Nancy Pelosi is

21:00 your enemy just as much as Donald Trump

21:02 and Chuck Schumer are your enemies those

21:04 are these are the oligarchs we do not

21:07 live in a democracy and it's time for

21:09 people like Christian Smalls to organize

21:11 people and get them in the streets

21:12 because Bernie Sanders will never do

21:14 that he will never get his followers to

21:17 do an action against the establishment

21:19 ever neither will AOC or pramila jayapal

21:22 or rokana they'll never ever ask their

21:25 followers to get in the streets and shut

21:26 something down ever

21:29 Jimmy door everybody

21:30 um join us this Sunday at the rage

21:33 against the war machine rally Sunday

21:35 February 19th we will be in Washington

21:37 D.C in person speaking at this event at

21:41 the Lincoln Memorial then we're going to

21:42 be marching ourselves to the White House

21:44 and speaking up

- "Where is my country?"


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coming to you from the Vancouver resource investment conference

0:14 and one of the big themes of this year's conference is how the dollar denominated monetary order is being challenged in

0:22 several ways accelerating de-dollarization led by The Brick Nations dollar debasement and

0:28 devaluation with a potential total collapse of the system a looming Global reset and Central Bank digital

0:36 currencies and my next guest Lynette Zhang has been one of the first to sound

0:41 the alarm about all of these potential threats let very good to have you with

0:48 us oh Michelle I'm very happy to be here thank you for having me Lynette you have been warning about this since 2009 yes

0:55 yes and Lynette is of course you know the chief Market Analyst at itm trading you have almost 60 years of experience

1:02 in the financial sector including as an investment banker with Larson Lehman and American Express so you been in the

1:09 trenches I have been in the trenches the challenge Lynette is on what of the

1:15 impending threats we should focus on considering your work is in a word

1:21 terrifying but very important that we get this information out there I also

1:26 know that you're warning about how in the near term not too distant future our money in the bank is at risk of being

1:33 co-opted by the banks in the form of a bail in as opposed to a bailout before we get into that

1:39 and again as I say a lot of ground to cover but why don't we start with your major thesis and that is that we have

1:45 reached the end of the currency cycle yes because what people don't realize is

1:51 that everything has a life cycle I am at a different point in my life at 68 than

1:57 my granddaughters who's about to turn eight and currencies are no different

2:02 than that and there are recognizable patterns that we can see all along the

2:08 way but there is not one doubt in my mind I mean first of all officially

2:14 there's roughly three cents in purchasing power left out of the currencies at the original dollars worth

2:21 of purchasing power so what happens when you get to zero you have to go negative

2:27 they have to take your principal and haven't they been testing that since 2009.

2:32 well and Lynette as we discussed earlier every single Global Reserve currency has

2:38 lost its status so it's only a matter of time unfortunately before the dollar

2:44 gets dethroned before we break down how this collapse happens I want to touch on

2:50 one of the points that you've made recently and that is that our deposits

2:55 in the bank are at risk of what you see is a bail in which has been sanctioned

3:00 by the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 which said no more bailouts 2008 we had government

3:06 spailing out out the two big to fail Banks now it's time for the depositors

3:13 to step in so break that down for us well you know for one thing people have the assumption that when they make a

3:19 deposit that's their money but it's not when you make a deposit legally you are

3:26 loaning your money to the bank and in 1995 they enacted regulation D which

3:34 legalized and enabled the banks to sweep your deposits into sub accounts that are

3:40 in the bank's name and then use that as collateral for loans and you know

3:47 frankly most of the revenue that the banks generate right now is trading Revenue

3:52 according to the office of the Comptroller or the currency so that just enabled them to reduce their their

4:00 Reserves and to use your money to gamble with you don't even realize it because it's

4:06 invisible well in the post.frank world like you say you're not simply a customer depositor you're actually

4:12 legally classified as an unsecured creditor exactly and legally anyone that

4:18 carries a balance over two hundred and fifty thousand dollars by law can have the money directly taken from their

4:24 account without permission to help the bank stay afloat if need be

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started off by talking uh resolutions New Year's let's give some you know some some some tangible things for the folks

34:31 at home here um did you make any resolutions or anything you're changing this or anything you plan to do different let me

34:37 say yes but what I want to share with people is is is this is that there's a

34:44 picture of Brian Tracy over here I don't know if you people can see but it's the psychology of achievement I listened to this 20 years ago I listened many times

34:51 I went to meet him okay I was like a young and poor I went all the way to meet this guy got asked him for a photo

34:56 and and then I mailed him the photo and he signed it and he says EB you're the best and send it back to me which I

35:03 think was so cool that I framed it but one of the things that that affected me more than anything else I've ever done

35:10 is goal setting and it's really important that people I'm happy to share this with people because I do this all

35:16 the time because I write my goals down and I write them down as if I already have them and I rewrite them and I write

35:23 them very frequently you know like every couple of weeks I rewrite all the goals and all kinds of goals like health goals

35:29 and personal goals and relationship goals and how I want to treat my children how I want to have my my house

35:36 look everything not just money stuff and I've done that for 20 years now and I

35:42 promise you that every goal I've ever written down I've accomplished and a lot

35:48 of people can't believe that but what Brian Tracy taught me was that you're programming your mind for success and

35:54 when you do that you you soar with the Eagles instead of scratching with the turkeys and so if people want to get

36:00 serious about success they'll write their goals down and they'll start today and they're not going to wait for the

36:06 new year or the Chinese New Year or any kind of that's right new turnover they'll start that today and and if you

36:13 do that I welcome you into that lifestyle and I think you'll love it so much that you'll never stop doing it

36:21 sore with the Eagles baby that's it that's right EB Tucker uh always uh always great

36:28 uh catching up with you getting your thoughts I thoroughly enjoy it thank you


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good evening ladies and gentlemen columnist and syndicated editorial cartoonist Ted rall is an award-winning

0:43 graphic novelist and the author of non-fiction books about domestic and international current affairs his

0:48 political cartoons appear in approximately 100 newspapers around the United States and from 2008 to 2009 he

0:54 was president of the association of American editorial cartoonists he has won several awards for his work

1:00 including two Robert F Kennedy journalism Awards a Scripps Howard National journalism award and best book

1:05 of the Year award from the American Library Association joining him on stage tonight is Chris Hedges Chris has spent

1:12 nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America the Middle East Africa and the Balkans he

1:18 has reported for more than uh from more than 50 countries and has worked for the Christian Science monitor National

1:24 Public Radio the Dallas Morning News and the New York Times Hedges was part of the team of reporters at the Times

1:30 awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for the paper's coverage of global terrorism he

1:35 is also the author of several best-selling books including War as a force that gives us meaning and his new

1:40 book wages of rebellion the moral imperative of Revolt we're here tonight to celebrate the release of Ted's newest

1:46 book Snowden without any further Ado please welcome Ted Rawl and Chris hedges

do you get into this topic how do you you know we know Edward Snowden is a controversial and

3:57 fascinating figure and what he did has uh evoked a lot of strong opinions on

4:03 all sides of the political Spectrum but the question is for me was how do I get to you know

4:09 what's the book what is the book we know there's a Snowden book but what is it so when I was asking people uh about you

4:15 know the people were saying well uh what's your next project uh as they always do I said well I'm working on a

4:21 graphic biography of of Edward Snowden and I was shocked by how many people told me that they didn't know who he was

4:29 including uh very uh people who are well read uh people who uh you know who are

4:35 who are very aware of privacy issues and I was just amazed by that so I thought

4:41 that you know how is it that we can live in a world where in 2013 two years ago

4:47 what to me is the most important story of my lifetime more important than 9 11.

4:53 how is it that that story has be has faded Into Obscurity and then the other

4:58 aspect was that among people who knew who he was they were very vague on this

5:03 on the particulars a lot of people said isn't he that Russian spy or isn't he

5:09 the guy who said something I mean that's a quote literally as I heard over and over something about NSA or CIA I don't

5:16 know they were doing something wrong I don't know so I realized that what he revealed had to be stated and laid out

5:23 in some kind of very key clear concise way that could be easily digested by

5:29 just about anybody and so I realized that part of the book was going to have

5:34 to be about laying out these NSA programs that were revealed in June of 19 of 2013 to the guardian and the New

5:42 York Times in the Washington Post and to lay them out and so because the only program that has been discussed in

5:50 Congress or by President Obama in any way has been the telephony metadata program which is the NSA spying with the

5:58 cooperation of the telecoms like Verizon and at T and Sprint on the information that's on your phone bill that's

6:04 telephony metadata so it's stuff what time you made a call where the person was how long you talked to them what

6:10 their phone number was what your phone number was that's it and you can get a lot of information from that uh you know

6:16 if you're calling an oncologist you might have cancer or someone close to you might have cancer if you're calling

6:22 Mother Jones magazine to complain about your subscription not about your magazine not arriving you're probably not a republican so you can tell a lot

6:29 about people from telephony metadata and clusters of people and subsets of clusters of people and there's been a

6:37 lot of articles about that but there hasn't but then there's been a lot of misdirection purposefully by the

6:43 government and by the press That's largely controlled by or allied with the

6:48 government so for example they keep saying well you don't have to worry about it because that program doesn't

6:53 actually intercept the voice content of your call and that's true they're

6:59 telling the truth about that because they have another program that does that and then the people who defend that

7:05 program say well you don't have to worry about that program because it doesn't store the calls it only intercepts the

7:12 cost and that's true totally true because they have another program that stores the calls for five years or

7:19 longer it's all stored on a data Farm in Utah and to make it really frightening a

7:25 lot of these documents that Snowden stole are years old so you know the technology has only improved since 2012

knew that lastly the third part of the of the of the book besides telling his

7:51 story explaining the explaining what the programs do the third thing had to be

7:57 about the existential dilemma faced by this man who was literally one in a million and by one in a million I mean

8:02 really two in 1.4 million because there are 1.4 million Americans who had access

8:09 to some or all of the classified documents that Edward Snowden took from the NSA CIA and Booz Allen Hamilton

8:17 and of those 1.4 million people who saw Brazen violations of the Fourth

8:25 Amendment here I mean let's be clear on this no one on the political Spectrum says that these programs are legal they

8:31 are not legal they say that they're defensible that they are necessary they're expedient but they don't say

8:37 that they're that they're legal because they're not legal they're not authorized under the Patriot Act they're not

8:43 authorized they're they're violent they're massive violations of the fourth amendment's protection against unreasonable assertion seizure so they

8:51 are there's no question about that and so the the issue really is why did all of

8:58 these for me I wondered about the kind of society that we live in that over a million people could see this law

9:05 breaking on a mass scale and only Snowden and a guy named Tom Drake who

9:11 did the a similar thing but tried to work within the system about 10 15 years ago

9:16 these two guys are the only ones who have stepped forward in the last 15

9:22 years since not the last 14 years since 9 11 at all to talk about these programs

9:27 now bear in mind also there have been previous whistleblowers and the nsa's effort to scoot up scoop up every bit of

9:34 information possible has been something that has been that dates back at least

9:39 to the 1980s bearing in mind also that the nsa's charter from 1947 is only

9:45 foreign signals intelligence and what that means is NSA is allowed legally under U.S law to spy on foreigners they

9:53 can spy on foreigners on America Americans when they're talking to a foreigner but they're not allowed to talk to an American The Intercept

9:59 American talking to an American or emailing an American or texting an American or whatever and so they're

10:06 doing this on a mass scale and they started doing it on a mass scale with a program called Echelon in the 1980s that

10:12 was not widely reported upon in the United States but was well known in Europe and in that program essentially

10:18 made the effort to intercept every fax transmission Telex bank wire transfer

10:25 all these communications at the time and at the time General Hayden who was the

10:30 head of the NSA bragged that the uh that that the U.S did successfully intercept

10:36 every bit of communication in the United States back in the 80s so we're not talking about anything terribly new this

10:42 goes has gone back goes back a long way it's just much more efficient now and I

10:48 opened the book uh with with the passages from the world depicted by George Orwell in 1984. uh and where

10:56 people are followed by by cameras as they move through the streets uh telephone uh drones and planes and

11:03 helicopters track their movements and most I think memorably is the telescreen which is the TV that's on the wall in

11:10 your house and you can never turn it off and you watch it but it watches you

11:16 whatever the government wants to they can see what you're doing in your room and they have it positioned in such a way that there's almost no privacy

11:22 whatsoever in your room well the NSA has literally this was the part that made me

11:27 open with 1984. the NSA has literally recreated this with Smart TVs and

11:33 Snowden has revealed that the NSA can watch you through the camera on your on your computer or the camera on your

11:39 smart TV so if you have a smart TV they can watch you and so it's it's kind of insane they

11:47 can track you through the movement through the streets just like they could in 1984. that's how the Boston police

11:53 and the authorities track that sarniak Brothers after the Boston Marathon bombings and they were literally able to

11:58 sit in a control room and watch it now there's a question about efficacy you

12:04 know in the end it was really a nicotine addiction that caught Mr tarnyoff

we have this dystopian world and we have this society that has been somehow so morally corrupted and I think the moral

12:54 issue is really huge here it's a matter of right and wrong when you see law breaking occurring at your job to say

13:02 okay well if I can't go through the system and as Snowden said the problem with the system and the reason the

13:08 system is broken is because you have to report wrongdoing to the very people who are most responsible for it if we if

13:15 you're not willing to take that to make that sacrifice as whistleblowers like Daniel Ellsberg and Chelsea Manning and

13:22 several and and many others but not nearly enough have done then there is

13:27 literally no ability whatsoever for this system which is so off the rails in

13:33 terms of militarism and being beholden to corporate interests and so on and a

13:39 broken electoral system it is impossible there's no hope whatsoever just like in

13:45 1984 the world that George Orwell portrayed when I was a kid I'm 52 years

13:50 old seemed like a possible future but now it's our absolute present in fact

13:55 that's our past if we went to the world of 1984 it would not be as dystopian as

14:01 what we are living in today and uh you know I think I want to leave time for Chris to talk so we can get to the

14:08 discussion so that's a little bit about Snowden [Applause]

14:19 thank you thanks Ted um

14:24 this book wages of rebellion begins from that point from

14:30 the dystopia that Ted described what our greatest living political philosopher

14:36 Sheldon Woolen calls inverted totalitarianism

14:42 and by that he means it's not classical totalitarianism it doesn't find its expression through a demagogue or a

14:49 charismatic leader but through the anonymity of the corporate state they're in a classical totalitarian

14:55 regime you have a fascist communist revolutionary reactionary party that

15:02 overthrows a decaying structure and replaces it in inverted totalitarianism you have

15:07 corporate forces that purport to pay fealty to electoral Politics the

15:13 iconography and language of American patriotism the Constitution and yet internally have seized all of the levers

15:19 of power to render the citizen impotent we have is the Canadian philosopher John

15:24 Ralston Saul has aptly pointed out undergone a corporate coup d'etat in

15:30 slow motion uh and as Ted explained it's over and this book that I wrote is

15:36 really how does one resist how does one Rebel uh against this dystopia

15:43 it especially given the effects of climate change we just saw through the

15:50 LA Times this massive investigative project that came out today showing that

15:56 Exxon Mobil was well aware their scientists were well aware of climate change and global warming decades ago

16:03 and yet um like the tobacco industry denied that

16:08 reality in the name of corporate profit um I mean you know not only a criminal

16:14 offense but a fence that uh you know May at this point given the extent of the

16:21 catastrophe May mean the extinction of the human species itself and so in this

16:28 book I talk about the imperimoral imperative of Revolt which of course Snowden exemplifies uh and uh I argue

16:37 that given the incredible power of the security and surveillance state that is

16:43 arrayed against us coupled with militarized police forces coupled with

16:48 the evisceration of our civil liberties finally we have to rise up not so much

16:57 for what we can achieve but for who it allows us to become that we can't use

17:02 the word hope if we don't resist and that means physical resistance it means

17:08 Civil Disobedience sustained Civil Disobedience and it means jail time

17:16 um this is a passage from the book on Snowden I thought it was kind of apt to

17:22 go with the talk tonight and Ted's book

17:28 I have been to war I have seen physical courage

17:35 but this courage is not moral courage very few of even the Bravest Warriors

17:42 have moral courage for moral courage means to defy the

17:47 crowd to stand up as a solitary individual

17:52 to shun the intoxicating Embrace of comradeship to be disobedient to Authority

18:01 even at the risk of your life for a higher principle and with moral courage

18:08 comes persecution the American Army pilot Hugh Thompson

18:15 had moral courage he landed his helicopter between a platoon of U.S soldiers and 10

18:23 terrified Vietnamese civilians during the mili Massacre

18:29 he ordered his Gunner to fire his M60 machine gun on the advancing U.S

18:36 soldiers if they began to shoot the villagers

18:42 and for this act of moral courage Thompson like Snowden

18:48 was hounded and reviled moral courage always looks like this

18:55 it is always defined by the state as treason

19:00 the Army attempted to cover up the massacre and court-martial Thompson

19:07 it is the courage to act and to speak the truth

19:12 Thompson had it Daniel Ellsberg had it

19:17 Martin Luther King had it and what those in Authority once said about them

19:24 they say today about Snowden

so let me speak to you about those drunk with power

19:48 to sweep up all your email correspondence your tweets

19:54 your web searches your phone records your file transfers

20:01 your live chats your financial data your medical data your criminal and civil

20:08 court records and your movements those who are Awash in billions upon

20:15 billions of taxpayer dollars those who have Banks of sophisticated

20:21 computer systems along with biosensors scanners

20:27 face recognition Technologies and miniature drones

20:33 those who have obliterated your anonymity your privacy

20:39 and yes your Liberty there is no Free Press

20:45 without the ability of the reporters to protect the confidentiality of those who have the

20:52 moral courage to make public the abuse of power

20:58 those few individuals inside government

21:03 who dared to speak out about the system of mass surveillance have been charged

21:08 as spies or hounded into exile an omnipresent

21:16 surveillance State and I covered the East German Stasi state creates a climate of paranoia

21:23 and fear it makes Democratic dissent impossible

21:30 any state that has the ability to inflict full

21:35 spectrum dominance on its citizens is not a free state

21:42 it does not matter if it does not use this capacity today it will use it

21:47 history has shown should it feel threatened or seek greater control

21:54 the goal of wholesale surveillance as Hannah Aaron wrote is not in the end to discover crimes

22:02 but to be on hand when the government decides to arrest a certain category of

22:09 the population the relationship between those who are constantly watched

22:16 and tracked and those who watch and track them

22:22 is the relationship between Masters and slaves

22:28 and those who wield this unchecked power become delusional

22:35 General Keith Alexander the former director of the National Security Agency

22:41 hired a Hollywood set designer to turn his Command Center at Fort Meade

22:47 into a replica of the bridge of the Starship Enterprise

22:53 so he could sit in the captain's chair and pretend he was Jean-Luc Picard

22:59 James Clapper the Director of National Intelligence had the audacity to lie under oath

23:07 to Congress this spectacle was a rare glimpse into

23:12 the absurdist theater that now characterizes American political life

23:20 a congressional oversight committee holds public hearings

23:25 it is lied to it knows it is being lied to

23:31 and the person who lies knows the committee members know he is lying

23:36 and the committee to protect their security clearances say and do nothing

23:43 these voyers listen to everyone and everything

23:49 they have bugged the conclave that elected the new pope they bugged the German Chancellor Angela Merkel they

23:57 bugged most of the leaders of Europe they intercepted the talking points of

24:03 U.N Secretary General ban Ki Moon ahead of a meeting with President Obama

24:12 now what security threat was posed by the conclave of Catholic Cardinals

24:20 the German Chancellor and the U.N Secretary General

24:26 they bugged businesses like the Brazilian oil company petrobross

24:31 and American law firms engaged in trade deals with indu China for shrimp and

24:37 clove cigarettes They carried out a major eavesdropping effort focused on

24:42 the United Nations climate change conference in Bali in 2007.

24:48 they bug their ex-lovers their wives and their girlfriends

24:53 and the NSA stores our data in perpetuity

24:59 I was a plaintiff before The Supreme Court in a case that challenged the warrantless wiretapping

25:07 a case dismissed because the court believed the government's assertion that our concern

25:13 about wholesale surveillance was in the words of the government attorney's speculation

25:21 we had the court said no standing no right to bring the case

25:26 and we had no way to challenge this assertion which we now know to be a lie

25:33 until Snowden in the United States the fourth amendment limits the state's ability to

25:40 search and seize to a specific Place time and event

25:45 approved by a magistrate and it is impossible to square the

25:51 bluntless of the Fourth Amendment with the arbitrary search and seizure of all

25:57 our personal Communications former vice president Al Gore said

26:02 correctly that Snowden disclosed evidence of crimes against the

your discussion of uh moral Heroes um and the distinction between what's legal

29:35 and what's moral Chris I'm thinking about gave some examples

29:43 Socrates the main the main moral Hero at the foundation of

29:50 the discussion well I'm a great admirer of the

29:56 philosopher Hannah Aaron who writes quite a bit about

30:01 The Dilemma one faces when they are confronted with what Emmanuel Khan calls

30:06 radical evil and when she finishes the University of Heidelberg she writes that

30:14 she had to unlearn everything she was taught at University in order to become

30:19 a moral being she herself joins although she was not a Zionist an underground Zionist group

30:26 that attempts to help German Jews flee to what was then the British Mandate of

30:32 Palestine until she's picked up by the Gestapo uh almost killed expelled from the country

30:38 stripped of her German citizenship and become stateless and uh

30:44 I think that the the system of what Sheldon wolin calls

30:50 inverted totalitarianism the corporate state is one

30:56 where we as citizens have lost not only our voice

31:02 but our ability uh to to make um you know our most basic rights

31:10 respected we have example after example of how what it is that we as Citizens

31:18 expect or desire is irrelevant to corporate power

the courts have an Essence upended our most important constitutional rights by

32:30 judicial Fiat that's how you get this absurd idea that unlimited corporate cash is the right to petition the

32:37 government or a form of free speech

whether it's the high courts in Ohio so the the government which is completely captive to corporate power becomes a

33:44 weapon to criminalize and crush a legitimate Democratic dissent and that's

33:49 where we are we have of course the wonderful smoke and mirrors and bread and circus

33:55 and political Vaudeville which is on track to cost us seven billion dollars

34:00 in professional sports and I mean there's all sorts of ways to distract us

34:06 um but you know the the naked fist of the state which Ted referred to is becoming more

34:13 and more apparent especially for poor people of color where uh people are just

34:18 being gunned down unarmed people are being gunned down daily in the streets and if they're not being gunned down and

34:25 terrorized in the streets they're being locked in cages and we'll go back to Aaron she said that

34:31 when you create omnipotent policing when you strip a segment of your population of Rights the way we have stripped poor

34:40 people of color of their rights then rights become Privileges and once rights

34:45 become privileges they can be taken away from everyone you also have created as Aaron points out a legal and a physical

34:52 mechanism by which should there be unrest or should The Wider population

34:57 become restive those tools can instantly be applied to everyone else

35:05 it's almost like you know this everything Chris said is absolutely true

35:10 and mainstream and and if you told me even 20 years ago that if I'd heard

35:17 someone saying these things I would have thought they were a crackpot a nut and you know but what you're saying is

35:24 absolutely true and it's amazing to me how the system of

35:30 checks and balances turned out to be nothing of the sort in so so quickly I mean you know I think you know there's

35:36 there's no one thing you can point to but for me a great example was the 2000

35:42 uh the disputed Florida election um you know it's like well the U.S Supreme Court was never supposed to hear

35:48 that case because in the United States elections are decided by the states so when the Florida state supreme court uh

35:55 ruled for a recap order to recount in certain counties that was supposed to be the last word and the U.S Supreme Court

36:03 even took pains in Bush V Gore to point out that this was not a precedent shouldn't be relied upon in the future

36:10 and yet nevertheless they stepped in they ruled they installed Bush who didn't win the

36:17 State of Florida right that's the part that's real would not have won if a full recount had occurred and one can

36:23 obviously criticize Al Gore's strategy of not asking for a Statewide recount which was foolish for statistical

36:30 reasons as well as for because you would imagine there'd be a more a bigger Democratic under count in Republican

36:38 counties than there would be in Democratic counties so I wonder how Gore's math skills are but I but I still

36:46 the thing that's still amazing to me is he is installed and I remember when that decision came through I lived on

36:53 Morningside Drive overlooking Harlem and I expected to hear glass start breaking

36:58 I expected to hear people screaming in the streets I expected what would have

37:04 happened in any number of other countries around the world in terms of unrest protests and so on and nothing

37:12 happened and I just wonder is there something about the American character

37:18 or is there something about the place we are in as a society and with and and

37:23 stuck in this political structure or have we all been propagandized as as through our schools and our and through

37:31 advertising and our popular culture to not resist not react to act like we're

37:37 all just take it and keep going on I mean the problem is that when they carry

37:43 out you know an egregious violation of norms

37:49 it's not immediately apparent what they have done um

37:55 there's a great book called defying Hitler by Sebastian Hoffner he was a

38:00 lawyer in the Law Courts uh in the early 30s when 1933 when the Nazis take power

38:07 and he he sees how the all of the effort the party makes to subvert the law

38:13 and so that on the surface things appear as if there's a continuity from what

38:19 went before when in fact there was a kind of radical legal change that becomes the

38:26 structure by which you impose a totalitarian system that

38:32 an in stalinist Russia if you go back and look you know at the early years up

38:38 to the 20s there was opposition there was a dissident press yes the anarchists

38:44 and others were brutally repressed but it takes time and there's a moment in

38:49 hoffner's book where he describes the fire in the reichstag which becomes the

38:55 excuse by the Nazis to impose martial law and the next morning everyone gets

39:01 up and goes to work and takes the kids to school and he said actually people there were

39:06 people who congregated I think he was in Leipzig um but he said the uh

39:12 social Democrats were so frightened they all fled to Switzerland in their cars

39:18 and he said people kind of said well kind of what people say about Trump well at least you know they have the courage

39:23 of their convictions however repugnant those convictions are so so what we have

39:29 seen is a very similar kind of process and corporate totalitarianism is a

39:36 different species from other forms of totalitarianism but no less pernicious and in fact in terms of the

39:43 technological uh capacity to Monitor and control the government far more frightening

39:49 than past systems and I covered the Stasi state in East Germany so what

39:54 you're seeing and what you allude to is that you're right that it was an incredibly radical moment and let us

40:00 take a moment to defend Ralph Nader he did not elect George Bush This became

40:06 the way the Democratic party sought to demonize Nader who terrified them and who they had to destroy because he

40:14 actually represented the interests of working men and women and defied corporate power no one's been fighting

40:20 corporate power longer and harder and better than Ralph but you're right that that this this I mean you're right to

40:26 point that out as a kind of seismic moment but I think it's I mean we are certainly you know utterly illusioned

40:34 we're probably the most illusion Society on the planet um and entranced by all of these kind of

40:40 electronic hallucinations that are now in our handheld devices uh but I think

40:45 that the uh the the Crux of this issue is that when this transformation takes

40:51 place in any totalitarian system it's largely imperceptible and then when it

40:57 is perceptible it's too late

your father and um I mean I've always studied the family system like all my life because to me that's kind of the

41:21 root of so many of our problems is that we just don't have really good leaders

41:27 of people to give the young coming into this world that leverage and to stand up

41:33 for what's right and I I mean I tried to bring this out all my life and it was I

41:39 was not popular because I could see the lack of Fitness the lack of Health the

41:44 lack of just like high standards and standing up for what was right I mean at such a young age and and I was

41:53 always trying to get people to reach for more to stand up for more to try to be more than just having a job and you know

42:01 paying your mortgage and having kids and you know and I would always be pointing

42:07 out just below standard that was set that people just I mean like you had to

42:12 dig a hole in the floor they set the standard so low and they would they would make excuses for if you pointed

42:19 out something they would make excuses you know going down rather than up you

42:24 know just kind of let me let me just toggle I mean what's your what happened and we can go back and I spent a book

42:31 death of liberal class talking about this process you created a system of mass propaganda through the Creole

42:37 commission or the Committee for Public Information in World War one that destroyed our radical and Progressive movements and then morphed into uh you

42:46 know moved to Madison Avenue began working on behalf of Corporations which through propaganda up upended or

42:53 overturned traditional American values of thrift self-effacement hard work

42:58 communitarianism and replaced it with Hedonism and the cult of the self

43:04 um a profligate consumption uh and so what we often times today refer to as

43:12 and I think this gets to your point where it refers to as American values are in fact corporate imposed values

- I don't think it's that bad but, it's not good. There's lots of good people in the United States still its just....

you know one of the problems is that we look back in history at these figures these great resistance figures Malcolm X

50:58 Fannie Lou Hamer Sitting Bull uh and you know we kind of uh hold them

51:06 up but we're unable to see those figures within our own midst because the state

51:12 so in Snowden would certainly be one of them because the state so effectively demonizes them

51:18 and makes us afraid to identify with them and stand up for them and that was

51:25 that was true for all of our great resistance figures and Prophets and and

51:31 martyrs uh people forget uh you know how hated a figure even Martin Luther King

51:36 was uh while he was alive these are uh and

51:42 and if you know history is important but oftentimes I think we

51:49 um we don't learn the lessons of History we don't understand what it means to make moral choice to take moral risk and

51:57 and and and the costs that always come with taking moral risks because if there

52:02 aren't any costs it's probably not much of a moral stance

52:07 it's uh you know I mean it's interesting to me about Snowden you know this is in

52:14 the this isn't history it's right now and he's such a typical American guy you

52:20 know I mean he's you know he he looks ordinary he's he's you know he's white

52:27 he's a technocrat he started out as a right winger he was a right-wing

52:32 libertarian voted for Ron Paul in 2008 donated money to Ron Paul

52:38 um he's an American kid from South Carolina raised in Crofton Maryland

52:43 um it's you know I mean really it's it he's probably more relatable to the

52:48 average American and also the fact that he's so young 29 years old when he did this I think somehow

52:55 you know it it somehow is different from uh you know a Rosa Parks or someone like

53:01 that who's just you're sort of like how could I be Rosa Parks I don't think I can be Rosa Parks but I think I could be

53:07 Edward Snowden except I would have never been hired by the NSA to do something like that and


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0:05 economic Forum describes itself as being

0:08 the premier promoter of Public

0:10 Partnerships globally so I guess the

0:12 question to really understand what the

0:13 weft is is what is a public-private

0:15 partnership at least as imagined

0:18 um by the world economic forum

0:20 so essentially public-private

0:21 Partnerships put private entities

0:23 multinational corporations and things of

0:26 the like on equal footing with the

0:27 public sector but when you consider that

0:29 most quote unquote democracies around

0:31 the world

0:32 have their politicians bought and

0:34 essentially owned by those same

0:36 multinational corporations it's really

0:37 more of a private private partnership

0:40 and what you're having there is

0:42 um essentially a means of implementing

0:45 specific policies being controlled uh

0:48 more often than not by the corporate

0:50 sector and by promoting this what is

0:52 essentially a fusion of of Pride of the

0:55 private and public sector

0:57 um what is essentially being enacted

0:59 here it has historically been defined as

1:02 corporatism which uh if people remember

1:04 back Benito Mussolini for example

1:07 defined his particular brand of fascism

1:10 in the early and mid 20th century as

1:13 corporatism emerging of private and

1:15 public power looking at it through that

1:18 frame of reference essentially the world

1:20 economic Forum more or not globally is

1:23 promoting a fascistic ideology around

1:25 the world they have a habit of

1:28 um creating policies through both the

1:31 public private partner ships that are

1:33 housed within the world economic forum

1:35 and affiliated with but external to the

1:37 world economic Forum those policies are

1:40 given then to governments around the

1:42 world and many governments around the

1:44 world have a lot of prominent officials

1:46 who in the past have been trained by the

1:48 quote unquote leadership programs of the

1:51 world economic forum and its Affiliates

1:53 and of course the world economic forum's

1:55 most well-known leadership training

1:57 program is currently called a young

1:59 global leaders that previously had a

2:02 couple different iterations it's rather

2:04 closely affiliated with the Harvard

2:06 Kennedy School specifically the Center

2:09 for Public leadership which is a

2:11 majority funded by Jeffrey Epstein's

2:14 most well-known benefactor Leslie Wexner

2:16 who throughout his uh you know Decades

2:19 of quote unquote philanthropy has been

2:21 focused on developing leaders around the

2:24 world specifically in the Israeli

2:26 government and as I've noted in in my

2:29 work Leslie Wexner and Epstein had

2:31 pretty significant times to to Israeli

2:33 intelligence so in addition to that the

2:35 world economic Forum in addition to you

2:37 know this of promoting public-private

2:38 partnership and setting policy is also a

2:42 major promoter of What's called the

2:43 fourth Industrial Revolution which we

2:46 can talk about a little bit later uh but

2:49 essentially the fourth Industrial

2:50 Revolution is defined by the founder and

2:53 chairman of the world economic Forum

2:54 Klaus Schwab refers to a merging of our

2:58 biological and digital selves

3:01 essentially merging of man and machine

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