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central command commander if you like the rock you'll love the role that is a 10 to 14 year 3 to $4.00 trillion dollar invasion at the end of which the world western asia will look not much different than it does right now it'll still be in turmoil and still be in chaos and 70 plus 1000000 iranians will hate living. in the pentagon and i wanted to see undersecretary difference the idea is that wolfowitz shared with me in charge or cheney in $9192.00 and retool and want to know why dallas briefed people like president america needs a new strategy of force. so there's ideas brings back. i went through the pentagon in november of 2001 and one of the general said sure i got this memo on. we're going to go after 7 countries in 5 years.
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i said is that a classified memo to your. start with iraq and then we're going to move to syria lebanon libya somalia sudan and iran. i think it's highly probable the administration has already made the decision to go to war against iran there are already u.s. troops inside iran want to repeat that there are already u.s. troops inside iran the u.s. has long had its eyes set on trying to impact regime change in iran and much of what you've seen the u.s. doing with regards to iran has been on a covert level we've seen a report in a new yorker by seymour hersh that a u.s. source told him that u.s. marines were operating in the blue key missouri and kurdish regions of iran have you ever heard of that report i've never heard of the report i've never read the
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article nor do i intend to do you have any. as to whether or not you as the u.s. ambassador i don't have any interest as to whether or not u.s. marines are actually operating in iran right now and i said i had not heard of the report and i didn't intend to read the article in the new yorker if i gave you this article right now walked it over would you look at it i don't think so honestly congressman because i don't i don't have time to read much fiction. we have teams inside iran and these include joint special operation forces most elite commando unit it has been given executive authority by the president as many as 12 countries to go in and kill we're talking about high value targets. they're operating now and they go into countries outside of the war zone side of afghanistan and outside of iraq without telling the american cia station chief for the american ambassador they go in sterile and they kill people. we have to work
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sort of the dark side if you will spend time in the shadows. a lot of what needs to be done here will have to be done quietly without any discussion using sources and methods that are available to our intelligence agencies. the doctrine that has endured from bush to obama is that the world is a battlefield and that the united states has the right to go into any country around the world to conduct what they call kinetic operations lethal operations regardless of what international law says. what is president obama's response to that how is he going to deal with he embraced the very covert shadow forces that a decade earlier had only been talked about in hushed tones in the pentagon not just as the implementers of
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a policy that said we should decapitate terror. networks and engage in preemptive strikes but they became the policy itself. president obama's administration have built up something called the disposition matrix is an algorithm for determining who should be killed or who should we seek to capture and one of the more sort of grotesque aspects of this is that there were actually meetings on tuesdays in the white house that have been nicknamed terror tuesday meetings where they're going through rosters of names to put on or take off the list maybe someone within that group has been in contact with someone that the u.s. is watching they went to the mosque say mosque is someone they keep ordering pizza from the same place as a taliban leader and you decide these guys are probably up to no good and so on this particular day we're going to remove them from planet earth that we're getting into minority report into the sort of side 5 world of p.j. did where it's justifiable homicide even though it's for that that might take place in the future it's ok to kill from a distance without a warrant without
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a trial without a jury and the execution takes place off screen. where appropriate we will bring the terrorists to justice. and. when we. do you why answer. do you want to. we went on. your. way. there we're going to. the most of a woman. is worth paying attention to obviously i do not agree with much of what
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you said. the president is not implementing policies that we need to see change for example that he would stop the authorization of signature strikes which means killing people on the basis only of suspicious behavior that's led to the killing of many innocent people the question on my facebook page and asked them what they wanted to ask you when a lot of them said that you were hurting your own cause because one you appeared rude to the president of the united states and 2 you just seemed. a little crazy well i think killing innocent people with your own says rude i think not apologizing to the families of innocent people who are killed is rude there are a lot of rude things about our policies i want to make sure that people understand actually drones have not caused a huge number of civilian casualties for the most part of their been very precise precision strikes against al qaeda how do you expect to be put up by the star not to have an american sentiment in india we had about doing that act. more innocent
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than militant. well i do not believe that. there is any basis for your comment. that is. my money they are bred to live above. us month of blood and dump them in the astral. yet he does feel the make yet ollie get good the last week i. took a new miss. by john they had. grown bored and they said lockheed martin boeing dime corp international computer
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sciences corp and aero vironment all told eric about 70 companies are interested in this $1000000000.00 contract as we look out for 35710 years this market remains a very much a growth market. this
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is the disease a permanent war the destroyer the battle waste. aslambek fundamentalism. in power all of those who profit from a more politically economically and militarily. make no mistake a nuclear armed iran is not a challenge that can be contained it would threaten the elimination of israel the security of gulf nations and the stability of the global economy. at risk triggering a nuclear arms race in the region and they are raveling of the nonproliferation treaty. and how close is iran to getting. well let me show you brought a diagram for. here's a dark room. this is a bomb. this is a fuse. where should
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a red line be drawn. a red line should be drawn right here. the threats from iran is a political football what was interesting was that many israelis including people from the military said as long as there is an extensional threat somewhere somehow that is certainly helping us expand our budgets in ways that is not possible to do in the absence on anything that can be defined as such as if you were iran what would you do i mean israel has what 3 to 400 nuclear weapons they're the ones who started the damn arms race in the middle east anyway they didn't sign a non player for asian treaty they built this program in secret. india and pakistan then went on to do the same thing and iran would you did sign a nucular non-play for ration treaty looked around and realized they'd done screw bomb administrating wants to sell bunker buster bombs which can penetrate 20 feet
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of solid concrete to the u.a.e. the deal is the latest us arms sale to members of the gulf cooperation council 6 nations that neighbor iran a foe it could be an atomic enemies but i called my mouth when i asked him what i mean why has become a commodity for several reasons one is because you need somebody to buy the stuff you bridou is another. u.s. arms deal with saudi arabia as of the point the biggest in history this deal of months apos is the tonic global already $57.00. solitary red does this enormous so is a recycling trade. but it was also a business in another sense this is a business that uses war to get its hands established this is george orwell's 1904 is always going to be in battle and guess who's making out really well of course of the weapons bilas and the people involved.
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since. we was a catalan republic because we think it would be fair to our people and we want to contribute to the welfare of europe into the european values of democracy of equality of dialogue of peace and we think that we are ready to contribute on our own to this new europe but it's part of the euro mean the european community and constituency what's the big deal what's the problem why can't we accept that possibility in the 21st century. the world is driven by shaped by.
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the day or thinks. we dare to ask. well you know the fires they grew kind of adopted because we are called pirates the so long i'll be in there in this mall or bold sniffs it a hard pool in sheep's and it's stanley cup intended the limo selves to beak told fish already a 9 did mess end all be daryn dot i need to blown good calmer and to contemplate if teams coops $75.00 tongues tool in up and they do it several
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times a day with a big cleans it's a dollar your get an idea on line the ocean simple the fridge we have to understand we can northstowe you steer wouldn't just be with in this oh be do is the deal noise and use arms through i'm doing this because i want the from the future or world to the future of can generations to have out and enjoy the ocean owl we have a feel ultimate manifestation of the national security state is that it not only seeks a perpetual state of war it will even go to all the ins to create that perpetual
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state of war i'm always reminded for book at it long time ago. and that book has a beautiful sentence. i am going to visit with a man not because they don't exist. but because you choose not to see. the you know the family this is ironic and eighties if you remember we and being on stage were supporting the mujahideen to. afghanistan from the so gets. bled and came to thank me for my efforts to bring their merican our friends to help us to get us the atheist he said the communist. went on and also been locked up in this camp high in the mountains of afghanistan with an air raid shelter built into the living rock of a mountain 2530 feet high. camps built by the cia later they tried to
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cruise missiles and of course they knew where it was they built it. no wonder but love and kept smiling at no wonder he did. the american sol review put $1000000000.00 each to the. training equipment we are the ones who cleared all those people to go we had you. there must be something wrong with the way we think that we can see that the grandmother of the boss is operating today we have been pumping money a great deal of money without. congressional it's already without any congressional oversight prince bandar of saudi arabia is putting up some of this money for covert operations in many areas in the middle east where we want to stop the shiite influence they call it the shiite crescent. the arabic word is not civil war we're in a business right now of creating and some place in sectarian violence. situation
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because we're trying to destroy him. here in mali of a crime to give alms training. area. it really has the world gone mad but not enough to realize how mad. you really coming out and why. americans are living in this kind of world of no relating to. where i'm. at.
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today there are good terrorists and bad the bad terrorists those in yemen who the united states deems to be a threat the good those were in syria the joke here is we've been there before i mean if you consider the of the honest on story they have learned nothing. today if i see the saudis are giving money to groups in syria that are not only a looser i would also. if you were a conspiracy theories or what i'm just trying to. in the moment of the. dangerous. insane.
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so what appears to have been a conspiracy at the time. when. we must address the cycle of conflict especially sectarian conflict that creates the conditions the terrorists prey upon in public we have to end terrorism meanwhile this drive. of getting involved in conflicts is the part which produces character. which is reinforces the public narrative and then makes things like intervention ok. good morning everybody. last night on my orders america's armed forces began strikes against targets in syria # #. just ahead of airstrikes in syria defense firms lockheed martin northrop
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raytheon and general dynamics corp all set stock price records their shareholders are making money off the unusually large number of conflicts around the world. every 2 years or so the military. right after there is a trade show in which israeli weapon companies show their technology. lead israeli companies which are becoming increasingly important and very significant. depend on those wars the 1st thing that they say when they try to market we've already used i don't actually human being. by making that claim they're able to compete with weapon manufacturers from other countries. the united states is the biggest supplier of military aid to israel this attack on gaza also trade show for the united states arms industry in.
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iran and isis are competing for the crown of militant islam one calls itself the islamic republic. the other calls itself the islamic state. both want to impose a militant islamic empire 1st on the region. and then on the entire world they just disagree among themselves who will be the ruler of that in for. in this deadly game of thrones there is no place for america. today after 2 years of negotiations the united states together were international partners has achieved something the decades of animosity has not a comprehensive long term deal with iran that will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon this was
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a very difficult negotiations and part of it is because of this trench and compounded mistrust that we have between ourselves mutually for the last 34 decades but i'm happy that reason at diplomacy pretty great people exercise great deal look restraint and patience and reason and. hope this will be a good beginning. as this nuclear deal goes through we're still dealing with the problem that the states of this region are collapsing and therefore that they will fail you will see more violence and you will see more weapons just important to understand that that's not a result of this deal that is a result of the paradigm not shifting towards demilitarization and collective security soon enough the saudis and the israelis are on the same page they worry about iran and then they do anything that's not new they've been worried for can
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they do anything about well they can get their own weapons. this is a region that has more arms per copied out than any other region in the world much thanks to the defense industry israel and some of the arab states are going to be able to buy more weapons and more advanced weapons. if the nuclear threat from iran is decreasing why should these other countries get a chance to actually arm themselves more pakistan is a friend of saudi arabia pakistan has nuclear weapons are you with. russians with pakistan about perhaps getting a nuclear bomb from pakistan with their wolf we've known each other for 25 years you don't really expect me to answer this question. we're not going to have a truly demilitarization in the region on less israel's nuclear arsenal also is address. the significance of this peace deal is that it is a game changer in the region and it's going to be a question about the political willingness of leaders to whether they will pursue
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these opportunities or whether they will fall into the patterns of the past. and once you start a war. you open a kind of pandora's box you don't control it or control geo. the use of that kind of violence has unforseen consequences that no one can predict and it propels you. in directions you never thought you got control or does.
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so the images. are very carefully controlled encounter by the lies that are to some unaided through every institution in society schools government entertainment the press. when you shatter the myth and when you understand especially what techno war industrial war is about which is really about murder water people would be so repulsed to be very hard. wait for.
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you know world of big partisan movie lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. go to work. with their sons as law is on the call today on the recall know when it is it's all of you know the fall so it's all
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just like your risk on this you can sleep on the you're done with the bullets of the sun that's a muzzle blast on the lots and lots enough something. it's a good video of the condition of the song sit on you seize on that you know sound a soft spot will not keep you down this time out on top. well you need to promote. the wonderful quality of the thick the computer the police if you use the typical the way your post for the way.
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i. mean the in the. afternoon here in moscow making headlines right now the u.s. continues its strong rhetoric. of attacking the saudi oil for the last few days. they did it. even after in the week. the russian government. about the cia withdrawing a high level spy.


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