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worried that the eagle's gonna start stealing some of his meat. (buck) and the eagle is. alright here's a couple more little crocs moving in. (grant) yeah looks like the movement's starting now buck. (buck) the dinner bells have rung. (grant) as long as the little ones keep coming eventually the big ones will start to come come. the movement and the feeding frenzy will draw the big ones in now. (buck) look off to the left now i think we got a little bigger croc coming in. he's looks like a pretty good croc doesn't he? (grant) yeah he's got a nice head on him he's quite a lot lighter than the other ones so that should help us to sort
(grant) yeah. (buck) look at that one rolling on that bait. twisting some meat off. that's cool, man that's cool (grant) they cant chew so they have to do that to rip off a piece of meat. we've left the hippo skin on the ribs so they're gonna have to fight a lot harder to get any meat off. (buck) and that hippo skin's 2 inches thick so that's a project. (grant) ok buck he's coming into the bait can you get your gun ready then. (buck) yup is that the one you wanna go for? (grant) yeah we wanna go for the light skin one there. (buck) ok i like him. (grant) he's moving around a little bit but he might settle down and we might get a good shot at him ok. (buck) alright i like that croc, let's take that croc. ok he's clear by himself now i'm gonna go ahead and take the shot. (grant) ok when you're ready. (buck) fire in the hole. ok ere's that head. (grant) ok when you're ready. reload reload. reload pop him
shoulder. straight into the body. good stuff buck well done. (buck) he's not moving i think that 1st one anchored him. (grant) no you got him, you got him good with the 1st one. (buck) but those insurance shots are absolutely necessary. (grant) especially with these things. (buck) oh buddy. alright let's go take a look at a crocodile (grant) yeah buck he looks like he's stone dead huh. well done. (buck) yes thank you (grant) very good shooting. (buck) that's an awesome looking beast right there. (grant) we had some nice interaction getting to watch some crocs feeding. (buck) oh we had a great morning with the fish eagle and the little crocs fooling around then the big boys coming in and taking over. there was 3 big crocs 2 of them were about the same size this lighter croc right here though looked a tad bigger though. (grant) bigger head, slightly wider head in terms of length
same as the other one. but this one came in very dominantly he came in from downstream came down just like a submarine and he wasn't too fussed about anything he's obvious a big dominant croc in this area. (buck) yep. (grant) all the other ones you saw a lot of the smaller ones started moving away as soon as soon as he came in. which is always a sure fire sign. (buck) they gave way didn't they. well the baboon we that we had out here yesterday didn't attract anything we went off on a hippo hunt came back in the afternoon the baboon was gone. so they put hippo ribs out this morning and that seemed to do the ticket. hippo ribs, awesome crocodile bait. stay
(commercial break) (buck) grant this is the 1st fresh wateafrican crocodile of my hunting career. thank you for the opportunity this was a blast. (grant) well fantastic well done buck you made a great shot they difficult shots to make on crocodiles. (buck) well they don't really give you a lot to shoot at while they're still in the water do they? (grant) absolutely and the river levels risen six inches from yesterday so what was a nice site yesterday ankle deep is now a foot deep of water so it didn't really help us a hell of a lot. (buck) yeah we were waiting for him to get his head up out of the water enough to where i could get into that vital area there between the eye and the ear. we stepped this off, 12 13 feet is what we estima right? (grant) yep that's a solid 4 meters 12, between 12 and 13 foot croc. (buck) now the crocodile is
isn't he? (grant) oh absolutely there's no exact numbers on it but there a huge amount of people that get taken on an annual basis we'll open this guy up and there's a pretty good chance that there'll be human remains in it. uck) oh lovely. (grant) we often shoot crocodiles with human body parts still inside so. (buck) usually natives that get too close to the water whether they're bathing or washing or whatever right? (g ntye attitude and when it does happen it's too late. a lot of people bath and bathe and clean their pots and pans on the water's edge and its like ringing a dinner bell for a crocodile. (buck) look how powerful and thick this tail is that's how propel themselves through the water. (grant) absolutely yeah. they have such a complex muscle structure these things you'll skin this thing out and 24 hours you'll come back to
moving around you know you'll blow the whole top of the things head off and the thing can still thrash around and you'll think how can this thing still be alive? it's not its just the muscles (buck) and then look up here at the head he's got a powerful set of jaws, thick sharp teeth. all designed to grip and rend and tear. (grant) absolutely they cannot chew it's just a straight openen and close motionono as we saw when they were feeding off the bait they get into that roll and that's them ripping off meat and then they throw their head out of the water and gulp it down. (buck) gulp it down in chunks. (grant) in chunks. (buck) should be interesting to see what we do find inside him i'm sure that's there's some surprises to be found there. (grant) i would like to give some credit to frick, who's one of our main ph's here. he's given us a lot of help, he scouted out this guy, build the blind got everything set much credit for it cause he
we came in and got all the glory. (buck) we came in at the finish and frick is a fine gentleman i've enjoyed meeting him and he's your right hand man isn't he? (grant) absolutely he's been with us the whole hunt, behind the scenes helping us out. (buck) so thank you to frick for lining this up for us he actually brought in the baboon a couple of days ahead of time while we were hunting other animal species and kind of got this whole sand bar bated up nicely. (grant) absolutely and did a good job building the blind for us and we just came in and put the finishing touches in. (buck) that was a cool blind too wasn't it? (grant) absolutely. (buck) shout out to frick! he's the man. (frick) thank you very much sir. congratulations on your croc. (buck) well this has been a blast hanging out with you today in mozambique watching the crocodiles in action thank you again grant. (grant) well done buck. (buck vo) for more info on booking a safari to mozambique contact mashambanzou safaris
"the armstrong williams show". >> armstrong: oprah winfrey had this thing called master class. we are going to have one on islamic sue prem schism. we are going to cover four areas, violent jihad, individual jihad -- and civilization jihad. let's explain to listeners the monumental threat. >> thank you for making the time
it is a doctrine called sharia. some say sharia is islam. authorities of the faith would agree. there are an awful lot of muslims, particularly in this country who don't think this brutally repressive totalitarian anticonstitutional program of sharia is their faith and don't want to live it themselves, muslim and non-muslim alike. trouble is there is a large number of people who do think this is god's will to make everyone conform to sharia and use whatever techniques, violent kind expressed by groups or individuals of jihad or two other types, something called
that the muslim brotherhood calls civilization jihad deaf it is an arrangement that will govern the entire planet. we are in the way. >> armstrong: they want all these things, all the things that frank mentioned. are we allowing this to happen through our laws? through how we monitor this? financial institutions? government? leadership? how are we making this possible to happen not only just in our lifetime but many lifetimes to come.
u.s. government is helping this to spread because of perversion of how we do intelligence and analyze the enemy. everybody knows if you want to win the war, you have to know why you are fighting and who the enemy is. for many years now, this isn't just the obama administration. this started unfortunately under the bush administration, we have allowed politics and ideology into our threat of america. we have created this strange fantastic version of reality that jihadi terrorism is result of poverty and lack of education. if poverty and lack of education led to jihadiism why isn't half of india?
jihad has been part of islam since the beginning. mohammad wiped out arab as well as jewish tribes on the arabian peninsula. jihad morphed over the centuries. what we have seen since 1979, modernization of jihad. thanks to the muslim brotherhood. the invasion of afghanistan brought people like osama bin laden to the fight and siege of mecca in saudi arabia most americans don't know occurred. beginning of the support from the saudi regime began. finally today all your viewers have to understand, for 90 years, fundamentalists, brotherhood, al-qaeda, have said
caliphate, empire of islam. what happens june 2014, leader of isis walked into the grand mosque, second biggest city of iraq, we used patrol and declared caliphate re-established with himself as the emperor. this threat is real, 93 people in america arrested as members of isis, 30% of them with no intention to travel to the middle east to kill over there but here, kill americans on u.s. soil. threat is real. arrived, armstrong, your viewers need to prepare themselves.
here in america is, comes from the director of fbi said he has 900 investigations of islamic-state related operations in every one of our 50 states. this is probably the tip of the iceberg, frankly. when you throw into the mix in addition to the islamic state, hezbollah cells, hamas cells, al-qaeda cells, then there is the muslim brotherhood on top of them. >> armstrong: hold that, we are coming back.
we'll be back. >> i know we have a book, men ran dumb from the archives of the muslim brotherhood, right here in america how did they build their infrastructure? how do they describe themselves? how do they use american's laws against them. how do they plan to make their presence known or have they already? >> this is the beauty of that little book, armstrong. this is the secret strategic plan of the muslim brotherhood. explanatory memorandum of the strategic goal. written in 1991. only came to our attention, 2007-2008, largest terrorism trial holy land foundation trial. that lays out the answer to
people can get a look for free, securityfreedom.org. this book talks about how you build stelfully the infrastructure for jihad. there was an article back in wall street journal talking about in germany overrun by migrants, refugee seekers, performing what the muslim brotherhood and other islamist force. people in germany, authorities in germany are now concerned not just about jihadists, but people recruited to jihad very like what they built here. mosques that the muslim brotherhood established, north
islamic society, islamic centers, cultural centers. front groups of various kinds. together, they have tried to dominant the islamic community in this country as they have tried elsewhere and become the official interlock ters with government agency solar system, other religious communities, academic academic institutions. all of which is creating an environment we are basically bliepded to -- blinded to what they are doing. >> armstrong: has the media been coopted?
have this mantra, you need to understand terrorist as victims they have been oppressed by regimes by mubarak or general c.c. oppressing them. lack of education, poverty. we need to feel sorry for it? >> this is what the media says, deputy spokes person giving an interview on a national left-wing media saying we can stop all the terrorism if we have jobs for jihadis. >> we are being told what we can know.
talking about how it is institutionalized countering violent extremism program. >> armstrong: are they being manipulated? arrogant? >> it is all of them. council on american islam. >> i had the honor of teaching people across the u.s. government. i had one very bright guy write his thesis on submergs, his one conclusion is the following: if
victory or enemy which is a problem, if the enemy can control what you are allowed to say about them, you have already lost. that is where we are. >> you can't possibly win. you can't identify as both of you have said the strategy. >> armstrong: we are afraid to call terrorism terrorism when it happens on our soil. >> we have been told we may not give offense to muslims. that is sharia blasphemy. now by twitter and facebook. we had democrats for a different reason majority of the democrats when it was under control, democrats adopting amendment to
>> armstrong: how do we change the trajectory? >> we have to be clear about the nature of the enemy. sebastian and wife katy have done a book about this ideology. we have to be clear. the fault line between muslims that are a problem and ones that are not. muslim brotherhood is sub -- from our point of view is sharia. if they adhere to this doctrine, individual or collective, those folks which includes the muslim brotherhood make no mistake about it are on the wrong side.