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1086: Shark Hole

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

2h 49m
November 15th, 2018
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Executive Producers: Sir Onymous of Dogpatch and Lower Slobbovia, Kevin Brockman, Baronet Sir Warren Carroll

Associate Executive Producers: Sir Kris, Baron of Carson Valley, Michael Hager

Cover Art by Darren O'Neill

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Chapters

0:00
Start of Show
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0:36
California on Fire
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7:24
Dutch Court Rules Black Pete is Allowed on National Television
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9:49
IAmsterdam Letters Removed from Museumplein in Amsterdam
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14:18
EU Proposes 'Take it or Leave it' Brexit Deal
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22:03
Militarization of Europe
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28:49
Producer Note: 100th Anniversary of the End of WWI Rundown
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31:15
Macron and Trudeau Address Nationalism
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35:20
Difference Between Nationalism and Patriotism
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41:48
Marcia Fudge Challenges Nancy Pelosi as House Speaker
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47:34
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Appears at Climate Change Protest at Nancy Pelosi's Office
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51:42
Agenda 2030 Regulations in The Netherlands
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55:21
Crazy SJW at Dinesh D'Souza Event
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58:08
U.C. Berkeley Student Senator Told to Resign After Abstaining From Pro-LGBTQ Vote
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1:05:42
LBGTIQ+
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1:07:44
Credits
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1:18:09
Hollywood, Health & Society Screening for Madam Secretary Finale
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1:24:11
Michael Avenatti Arrested After Domestic Violence Allegations
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1:29:39
Amazon Selects Long Island City for New Headquartes
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1:39:40
Congressional Progressive Caucus Shifts Priorities From Abolishing ICE
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1:41:05
6000 Dogs at Amazon Headquarters
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1:44:17
Amazon Ordered to Provide Echo Recordings in Murder Investigation
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1:46:37
FaceFirst Face Recognition Software for Retail Stores
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1:49:25
JCD Disturbed by Local Crows
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1:50:27
Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis by The New York Times
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2:00:03
Donations
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2:13:27
Birthdays & Title Changes
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2:15:56
Lion Air Claims Boeing Withheld Information About Crashed Airplaine
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2:20:19
JCD's List of Best Programmers by Nationality Teaser
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2:22:08
CBS Reports US Army Could Lose War From China or Russia
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2:26:28
Violence Rises After Ebola Outbreak in The Republic of Congo
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2:33:53
Weather
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2:38:13
Canadian Cop Gets High After Stealing Pot During Pot Shop Raid
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2:41:14
Unisom SleepTabs Advertises Falling Asleep 33% Faster
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2:41:56
Baraboo High School Students Go Viral After Nazi Salute Photo
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2:43:02
End of Show
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    shoplifter thief gangster Adam curry
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    Jhansi Devorah 2018 this is your
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    award-winning definition Media
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    assassination episode 1086 this is no
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    agenda in the morning everybody I'm out
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    of curry and from northern Silicon
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    Valley where I'm finding boxes of
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    ballots in my closet I'm John see before
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    I was I was wondering was it gonna be me
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    the recount wasn't gonna be the fact
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    that you're on fire how you doing John
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    good really doesn't seem like things are
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    good in California right now
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    I like great okay nice smoky get to
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    watch you all if you're walking around
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    with masks on like you know that does
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    anything mister the airs filled with
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    particulates were sexy vapors but okay
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    there's smoke smoke in the air smoke on
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    the water
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    well give me a little report I mean I've
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    been in Holland for a few days and I was
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    wondering what's going on I'm seeing
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    nothing but bad stuff yeah ballot
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    tampering that seems to be the neat
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    thing that's the only one so the but
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    just stick with the fires for a second
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    because there's very little good
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    information here about what's really
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    happening there of course I always play
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    the fires up in Europe a bit yeah we
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    just it's actually they're more
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    contained in before they've already
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    burnt down what's it gonna burn down did
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    already killed what they're gonna kill
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    too many just fire up North killed about
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    probably I think it's up to about 50
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    plus people it's gonna make me be a
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    hundred Wow
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    um maybe has it has the death toll and
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    there's been plenty of times that this
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    these areas have burned down in Malibu
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    certainly 93 I thought the problem with
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    these did these areas here well for one
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    thing with Malibu you can run into the
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    ocean up there there's one Road in one
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    Road out and then the whole place starts
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    burning the roads get blocked and people
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    get stuck in their cars they gotta jump
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    into river streams ahead terrible
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    situation ever been this many casualties
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    in a fire like that
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    no bill Dodd bout apparently has died in
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    in the fire in a nearby town near
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    Paradise who bill God has very famous
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    microcomputer pioneer did to compro
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    computers he had a operation in Oakland
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    where isoelectronic year ostomy miss
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    local guy that's too bad
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    I mean although we're getting over here
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    is just reports from celebrities oh yeah
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    they love that over here in the fire oh
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    look there's pink in the fire oh look
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    there's everyone in the fire it's just
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    all the celebrities yeah of course yeah
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    yeah what else is important nothing of
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    course who cares about that oh and the
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    fact that it you know it Trump is wrong
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    about it no that's another big story is
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    there water sucks celebrities say Trump
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    mismanaged the Trump says they
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    mismanaged their water and it's wrong
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    because we all know it's global warming
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    yeah they're trying to blame it on
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    global warming course I did glow I did
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    pick up a couple of interesting theories
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    I think this is the the most realistic
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    as the report comes from Pacific Gas and
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    Electric themselves there's a PG&E
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    finishing lower by more than twenty
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    percent today after the company
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    disclosed an electric incident that
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    happened right before the campfire
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    wildfire began in Northern California
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    last week the company putting out a
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    statement saying quote the cause of the
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    campfire has not yet been determined
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    PG&E has provided an electric incident
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    report to the safety and enforcement
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    division of the California Public
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    Utilities Commission with respect to
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    this fire the information provided in
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    this report is preliminary and PG&E will
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    fully cooperate with any investigations
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    the company also offered as condolences
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    to those affected by the Wildfire saying
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    quote our hearts are with the
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    communities impacted by the campfire
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    although the investigation is still
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    ongoing PG&E says if it is found liable
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    for the Wildfire it's insurance
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    would not be enough to cover the costs
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    of damages so did this start because of
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    this this electus the problem they had
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    well something I know why it's called
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    the camp you know why it's called the
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    camp fire yeah because there was
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    apparently a camp fire that got out of
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    control yes
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    okay well who are you gonna sue for that
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    well not T geez not t GE and he that's
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    for sure
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    so they've come up with this thing that
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    I mean it's PG Deus negligent in general
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    but somebody claims they saw some sparks
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    coming from the transmission towers and
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    the fire started and the next thing you
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    know we're they burned the place down
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    despite the fact that has always been
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    called the camp fire because it was
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    started by a campfire that went out of
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    control and it doesn't take much of you
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    to the right area for that to happen
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    just spreads in every which way and it
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    was but now okay we're gonna have a new
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    theory MPGs IP genies like saying it
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    probably has something to do with it now
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    the the other thing that there's there's
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    a really there's a couple of good
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    conspiracy theory threads about this was
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    she'd appreciate of course this was a
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    directed-energy weapon this is obvious
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    when you see the you see the trees are
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    not to get paradise for years
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    no actually here's the theory if you
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    follow and only you would know this I
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    don't know if this is true now but if
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    you follow the path of these fires and
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    there's a whole bunch of little fires
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    all the way down that apparently is very
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    close to the high speed rail path that
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    would need to be nowhere near high speed
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    rail that's gonna be running through
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    that area pressuring Butte County yeah
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    come on I'm just telling it that's the
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    theory out there thank you for high
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    speed rail running through Malibu that I
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    know of no no the whole thing is that I
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    saw that too we had one of our one of
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    our percentage around exactly dead I
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    said this is bullcrap
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    have to I mean it's just like really out
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    there yeah
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    yeah but it's a this is cleared up them
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    by the way for those of you were
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    wondering why it sounds a little bit
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    different today is because I'm on
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    location and I think we've gotten pretty
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    lean well we've gotten pretty spoiled by
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    both having a gigabit between our two
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    stations having a gigabit between our two
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    it just sounds so much better when we're
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    both on gigabits
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    you on gigabits
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    let's limit in certain parts of the
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    world yeah I'm gonna have a gigabit
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    there I've got I've got total crap at a
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    house in that same little area I'm sorry
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    you're always in that same little area
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    of hall and some richelieu area welders
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    yes yes I am but I'm not in the in the
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    facility that I've been able to use
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    previously which was fantastic which is
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    an actual studio you know with with a
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    better connection than here like a
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    business level connection I guess they
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    have so I'm just I'm staying with the
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    buddy the reason I'm here by the way and
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    since you didn't ask
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    is because I was invited to come do a
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    bar mitzvah so I got a ticket and I
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    wanted to see my daughter anyway and I
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    figured what a great time to be over
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    here just because I was so sick and
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    tired of the US media blaring the same
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    crap at me and at least now I'm fresh
  • 7:50
    here today against the US media blurring
  • 7:53
    the same crap at you through the
  • 7:55
    European media well of course the big
  • 7:57
    news here today is brexit which have a
  • 8:01
    bit of a report on but I do need to give
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    you some important Netherlands updates
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    since today now we had the good holy man
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    Sinterklaas the Dutch version of Santa
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    Claus came in from Spain on his own she
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    was he bringing his buddies he has his
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    black Petes as there was a court ruling
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    yesterday yesterday before yesterday
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    that said no problem the pits can be
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    black bring him on so that is have a
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    bunch of people in blackface we have
  • 8:35
    people in blackface it's not quite the
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    same here in the Netherlands that they
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    don't know the blackface culture but of
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    course you have so many different
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    cultures now in the Netherlands
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    certainly in Amsterdam that it's
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    confusing a lot of people and so I don't
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    know if there were any any fights or any
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    protests that I've seen yet but this
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    approach as it seems to me I'm sure
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    there was something questioning about
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    the black Petes mm-hmm I think I asked
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    this every year but I have a short
  • 9:03
    memory why don't use black people there
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    are black people in Holland I'm not so
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    sure that there that they don't use
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    black people but they even if they have
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    black people they'll still put the big
  • 9:17
    red lips on and the curly hair and the
  • 9:19
    hat and the whole garb which can always
  • 9:21
    still be seen as racist but I think yeah
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    I don't think that well you know it's
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    it's look the Dutch High Court
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    determined it was okay it's not racist
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    it's the culture and go ahead as proceed
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    as planned
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    so what about the European Criminal
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    Court can't a go after Holland
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    I'm sure they will some with us this has
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    all been a you know a uni I know I'm
  • 9:48
    just waiting but here's the crazy thing
  • 9:50
    that's going on in Amsterdam and this is
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    very disturbing you know we have been
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    there's a new mayor femke wholesome ah
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    she's from the green left party she used
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    to be
  • 10:01
    yes called through links green left so
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    they're a good airy represent left-wing
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    degree the like you're easily finally
  • 10:10
    left now it's green left so the green
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    left party they're left-of-center and
  • 10:14
    they stand for all things green and she
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    used to be is quite a long career in
  • 10:19
    Dutch politics in in Parliament and now
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    she is in charge of Amsterdam which is
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    falling apart the police is the mayor
  • 10:27
    yes she's in their new mayor okay the
  • 10:30
    police can't even they don't they don't
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    even do anything with with stuff
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    happening in the in the city with the
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    tourists just going wild because even if
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    they say something they get beat up and
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    they're afraid the the cops are actually
  • 10:44
    afraid to do anything of the tourists a
  • 10:46
    tourist but beating up cops oh yeah oh
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    yeah especially what you know the Brits
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    when you got a big list of the Brits are
  • 10:53
    the worst when they're in Amsterdam they
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    are yeah they get really drunk really
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    high really loud really obnoxious and
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    and violence not all of them of course
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    it comes is effort by the way just for
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    your information alright fun going I
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    said if you I don't know when's the last
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    time you were in Amsterdam I don't know
  • 11:12
    how long ago this was but in front of
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    the Rijksmuseum was a while back
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    probably four or five years ago well
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    here's a little test there's an iconic
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    piece of artwork in Amsterdam right in
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    front of the Rijksmuseum people love
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    taking pictures in front of it are you
  • 11:30
    familiar with what this is
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    is it the is it the boy peeing or is it
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    no that's that's the brussels not even
  • 11:39
    close keep trying it's the big eye
  • 11:42
    amsterdam logo you've seen this yes I
  • 11:46
    have its eye and then the a and the M is
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    in red and then stir damn and it's I am
  • 11:54
    stir damn I am Amsterdam is the idea and
  • 11:57
    people whenever they especially now
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    these days it's been around for I don'ts
  • 12:01
    been here for years and years people
  • 12:03
    come in that's like oh we love this want
  • 12:06
    to get a picture taken in front of it
  • 12:07
    it's fantastic it's a big big tourist
  • 12:10
    attraction but our mayor here in
  • 12:14
    Amsterdam said this has to go because I
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    am stirrer damn is only individualistic
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    and we want solidarity in our city and
  • 12:23
    it as of last year passed last week it
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    is gone John it is gone they removed it
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    Wow can you believe that yeah yeah they
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    removed a piece of art because it
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    doesn't indicate an F communism yes
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    solid debt no literally it was
  • 12:44
    I am stirrer damn is too individualistic
  • 12:46
    we need solidarity and so this has to go
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    and they voted and it's gone it's
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    collectivism collectivism there you go
  • 12:54
    that's the word was shocking though to
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    me shocking it's just insane that is
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    nuts shocking it's just insane that is
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    yeah well yeah it's just a tourist
  • 13:06
    attraction thing yeah actually it was a
  • 13:09
    marketing it was well if people are
  • 13:13
    taking their palete there is their
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    signage in China that I've got a kick
  • 13:17
    out of I noticed this across from Taiwan
  • 13:21
    this area of China has this big giant
  • 13:24
    sign that thing's like 10 stories high
  • 13:27
    sending some message to Taiwan One
  • 13:30
    Nation you know something kind of thing
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    and it's a big giant red sign and this
  • 13:35
    all lit up at night so you can actually
  • 13:37
    see it from Taiwan if you have
  • 13:39
    binoculars alright and people it's just
  • 13:41
    flocked to this thing they have their
  • 13:43
    picture taken in front of it yeah people
  • 13:45
    like stuff like that yeah so they would
  • 13:48
    like something like that the art in
  • 13:50
    front of the museum and then they just
  • 13:52
    now they're denied it and it's not like
  • 13:54
    less touristic or the coast
  • 13:56
    yeah it's not like less tourists are
  • 13:58
    gonna come to Amsterdam because the sign
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    isn't here disappointed they wanted to
  • 14:03
    have their picture taken by the sign
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    they're gonna be depressed it's gonna
  • 14:06
    make it that negative vibe in the city
  • 14:08
    yes generally speaking is gonna be
  • 14:11
    contagious and then pretty soon they'll
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    be burning down the place doesn't take
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    much could happen any minute now alright
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    so on the on the TV here for the for the
  • 14:25
    week it's been one message before we
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    even we knew there was a brags a deal
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    the message was everybody you got to get
  • 14:31
    ready for brexit particularly if you're
  • 14:33
    doing business with the UK you've got to
  • 14:35
    get your your IT systems ready for
  • 14:37
    customs that you'll be paying and
  • 14:39
    ready get ready and everyone's going we
  • 14:42
    don't know what to do what exactly were
  • 14:44
    sent you just nothing to get ready for
  • 14:46
    they really don't know here's here's the
  • 14:49
    reporting from this morning as as the
  • 14:52
    brexit deal became known and of course
  • 14:54
    at first the first party members and the
  • 14:58
    cabinet members I think started to
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    resign welcome back to the program this
  • 15:03
    morning resign it's lovely to have you
  • 15:05
    with us well I think the report will
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    tell us as we continue this very brexit
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    heavy morning in order to get the very
  • 15:14
    latest from the UK we're going to head
  • 15:16
    straight over to Westminster because
  • 15:18
    since we last spoke to you there has
  • 15:20
    been another resignation Vincent in
  • 15:22
    Westminster give us the update we're now
  • 15:25
    what into our third resignation of the
  • 15:27
    morning yeah well we only had a short ad
  • 15:29
    break there but already Theresa May has
  • 15:31
    lost another cabinet and Secretary of
  • 15:34
    State this is estimate way the Work and
  • 15:36
    Pensions secretary I've been saying on
  • 15:38
    air for the last 24 hours she was the
  • 15:40
    most likely person to quit from cabinet
  • 15:43
    she is a strong a brexit ear she's also
  • 15:45
    in domestic trouble with a policy called
  • 15:48
    universal credit here so that is a nice
  • 15:50
    time for her to resign in protest and
  • 15:52
    she's just tweeted out a two-page letter
  • 15:55
    I've just been scanning through it here
  • 15:57
    very similar to that of Dominic Raab who
  • 15:59
    obviously the breakfast secretary quit
  • 16:01
    in the last hour as well she says that
  • 16:04
    the deal that was put before cabinet
  • 16:06
    does not honor the result of the
  • 16:07
    referendum indeed it doesn't meet the
  • 16:09
    test you sets out from the outset of
  • 16:11
    your Premiership she then goes on to
  • 16:13
    talk about what we won't have control of
  • 16:16
    about the 39 billion will have to pay
  • 16:18
    the EU to get out and she says it also
  • 16:21
    threatens the integrity of the United
  • 16:23
    Kingdom which as a unionist is a risk I
  • 16:26
    cannot take she then goes a little bit
  • 16:28
    on the attack of the Prime Minister
  • 16:29
    something that Dominic Raab didn't do
  • 16:31
    she says the we have gone from no deal
  • 16:35
    is better than a bad deal to any deal is
  • 16:38
    better than no deal I cannot defend this
  • 16:40
    and I cannot vote for this deal I could
  • 16:42
    not look my constituents in the eye to
  • 16:44
    do that I therefore have no alternative
  • 16:47
    but to resign from the government she
  • 16:49
    talks about her time in the work and
  • 16:51
    pensions Department but then finishes
  • 16:53
    by saying in politics you have to be
  • 16:55
    true to the public and also true to
  • 16:57
    yourself have I stayed in the government
  • 16:59
    and supported this deal with the EU I
  • 17:02
    wouldn't be doing that so here's the
  • 17:04
    breaks to tears not liking the deal it's
  • 17:07
    more than 500 pages of course I started
  • 17:09
    to read it I don't expect to have any
  • 17:11
    kind of analysis well hopefully by
  • 17:14
    Sunday it's a little different than the
  • 17:17
    US legislation so I'm just kind of
  • 17:20
    plowing through it but here's a one and
  • 17:23
    a half minute summary which is kind of
  • 17:25
    what you'd expect
  • 17:26
    here is the 585 page brexit withdrawal
  • 17:30
    agreements which will seal the terms of
  • 17:32
    the UK's divorce from the EU a few
  • 17:34
    things jump out they have managed to
  • 17:36
    solve that problem of having an
  • 17:38
    insurance policy to prevent a hard
  • 17:40
    border on the island of Ireland if the
  • 17:42
    future trading relationship doesn't
  • 17:44
    solve that problem if it was used it
  • 17:46
    would see Northern Ireland staying in
  • 17:48
    the EU customs union but simultaneously
  • 17:50
    being part of a new UK wide customs
  • 17:54
    relationship with the rest of the EU if
  • 17:57
    that came into force it would come with
  • 17:59
    strings attached the UK would have to
  • 18:02
    sign up to several areas of EU law
  • 18:04
    perhaps Environment Protection Social
  • 18:07
    Protection and how the government would
  • 18:09
    intervene to help companies so-called
  • 18:11
    state aid there's gonna be quite a
  • 18:13
    complicated system for solving disputes
  • 18:15
    that arise as a result of this treaty
  • 18:17
    with lots of committees one of them will
  • 18:19
    be an independent arbitration panel made
  • 18:22
    up of independent people but they will
  • 18:24
    have the power to refer matters related
  • 18:26
    to EU law to the European Court of
  • 18:29
    Justice so the East Jay will have a role
  • 18:32
    in this in the years to come it's all
  • 18:34
    wrapped up in lots of very optimistic
  • 18:37
    language about both sides using their
  • 18:40
    best endeavours to negotiate a permanent
  • 18:42
    future relationship and to act in good
  • 18:45
    faith at all times
  • 18:47
    also that post brexit transition period
  • 18:50
    which is due to end currently in
  • 18:52
    December 2020 could be extended once
  • 18:55
    although the document it doesn't say
  • 18:57
    until when and my personal favorite the
  • 19:00
    tricky issue that was left right to the
  • 19:02
    and what to do about protecting EU
  • 19:05
    regional products from specific places
  • 19:07
    like Parma ham gorgonzola feta cheese
  • 19:10
    the UK has signed up to the EU proposal
  • 19:13
    that protection for those products is
  • 19:16
    written in to British law hey it just
  • 19:19
    doesn't sound like a great deal to me
  • 19:21
    except that last bid is probably what
  • 19:22
    most visited is about protectionism of
  • 19:24
    cheese in the report I I have a PBS
  • 19:30
    report we can play okay but with the
  • 19:32
    thirty nine billion in according to PBS
  • 19:34
    is eighty billion and it's a eighty
  • 19:36
    billion a year huh and we've got none of
  • 19:39
    this information about all these guys
  • 19:41
    quitting left and right but let's play
  • 19:42
    brexit update PBS in the European Union
  • 19:45
    when it comes to divorce as is always
  • 19:47
    the case the hardest negotiations can be
  • 19:50
    over property money and the children and
  • 19:52
    cheese and so it is with brexit a
  • 19:54
    divorce where there's not only two sides
  • 19:56
    but the British family is fighting
  • 19:58
    within itself
  • 20:00
    Prime Minister Theresa May is proposing
  • 20:02
    a kind of divorce with a transition
  • 20:04
    period of remaining friends
  • 20:05
    what's it what I just noticed I'm no
  • 20:07
    longer hearing the D word here when it
  • 20:10
    comes to brexit this divorce thing they
  • 20:12
    they're past that or when oh I mean of
  • 20:14
    course I you know we don't live here but
  • 20:16
    I don't hear this divorce anymore and we
  • 20:18
    heard that for a long time well maybe
  • 20:21
    it's just the u.s. way of looking at it
  • 20:23
    is the best deal possible yeah the
  • 20:24
    choice was this deal which enables us to
  • 20:27
    take back control and to build a
  • 20:29
    brighter future for our country all
  • 20:32
    going back to square one with more
  • 20:34
    division and more uncertainty and a
  • 20:36
    failure to deliver on the referendum on
  • 20:39
    property the sticking point has been the
  • 20:40
    border between Northern Ireland part of
  • 20:42
    the UK and the Republic of Ireland a
  • 20:44
    separate country that's part of the EU
  • 20:46
    today cars can pass easily because
  • 20:49
    there's effectively no border the brexit
  • 20:52
    agreement prevents the return of a hard
  • 20:53
    border by temporarily keeping Northern
  • 20:56
    Ireland inside the EU customs union
  • 20:58
    avoiding customs checks between Northern
  • 21:00
    Ireland and Ireland on money Britain
  • 21:03
    would continue to pay the EU as much as
  • 21:05
    eighty billion dollars for decades and
  • 21:08
    as for the children British citizens
  • 21:09
    living in the EU and EU citizens living
  • 21:12
    in Britain they would maintain current
  • 21:14
    residence and social security rights
  • 21:16
    this morning in Parliament may presented
  • 21:18
    the deal as the kind of
  • 21:19
    divorce mandated by the brexit
  • 21:21
    referendum we will take back control of
  • 21:23
    our money laws and borders we will
  • 21:26
    deliver brexit and the United Kingdom is
  • 21:29
    leaving the European Union on the 29th
  • 21:31
    of March 2019 but mais critics from her
  • 21:35
    own party say the break isn't hard
  • 21:37
    enough leading brexit proponent Jacob
  • 21:40
    Riis MOG was a divorce that's a cleaner
  • 21:42
    split she doesn't say much struck a deal
  • 21:44
    is surrendered to Brussels and given in
  • 21:45
    to them on everything that they want and
  • 21:47
    tried to frustrate breaks it that it is
  • 21:49
    not so much the vassal state anymore as
  • 21:51
    the slave stage very nice change from a
  • 21:56
    vassal state to a slave state yeah good
  • 21:59
    work it's a Hail Mary as far as I'm
  • 22:01
    concerned it doesn't seem actually you
  • 22:04
    know of course since Nigel Faraj he
  • 22:06
    screwed it up by bowing out and kind of
  • 22:08
    backing off after he led this whole look
  • 22:10
    you know he basically drops the plastic
  • 22:13
    he dropped the ball he dropped the ball
  • 22:14
    I dropped the ball but he did no what
  • 22:16
    happened was like one of those guys you
  • 22:20
    know working football you'll see this
  • 22:22
    once in a while there's a guy he's wide
  • 22:24
    open as a receiver he's running he got
  • 22:26
    the ball there's nobody around him and
  • 22:27
    he's gonna run 40 to 40 50 60 yards to
  • 22:30
    the end zone and as he's running cuz
  • 22:32
    he's a cocky son of a bitch he starts -
  • 22:34
    rah start a ball literally before he
  • 22:38
    crosses the endzone line yeah this
  • 22:40
    happens at least once or twice a year
  • 22:42
    now just imagine just imagine that guy
  • 22:44
    with bad teeth and that's Faraj
  • 22:48
    dropping right so you magic frogs
  • 22:50
    running down the field and now he's
  • 22:52
    selling prematurely celebrating and
  • 22:54
    casually drops the ball because he
  • 22:56
    thinks it's cool but it's before he got
  • 22:59
    to the goal line
  • 23:00
    well he what Faraj has done he tried to
  • 23:02
    redeem yeah well he tried to redeem
  • 23:04
    himself in the European Parliament and
  • 23:07
    we always love listening to Nigel
  • 23:09
    especially in this case angular was
  • 23:11
    their angle of Merkel and as you know
  • 23:14
    there's a will probably I have some
  • 23:16
    clips for that too for later or whatever
  • 23:18
    regarding the weaponization of the
  • 23:22
    United States and I hear a clip let's do
  • 23:24
    that and then we can do Faraj and
  • 23:25
    where's your weaponization clip
  • 23:28
    thus the price says Merkel and the EU
  • 23:30
    army that would be exactly the one here
  • 23:33
    we go and German Chancellor Angela
  • 23:35
    Merkel called Tuesday for the future
  • 23:38
    development of a European Union military
  • 23:42
    we have made a lot of progress in the
  • 23:45
    areas I think she said the fart skeleton
  • 23:47
    did she say we'd have made a big fart
  • 23:49
    yes is exactly what she said for the
  • 23:52
    future development of a European Union
  • 23:55
    military yeah I'm going with the best we
  • 23:59
    have made a lot of progress in the area
  • 24:00
    of structural military cooperation
  • 24:02
    that's good and is mostly supported here
  • 24:05
    but we should and I'm saying this also
  • 24:07
    because of developments in recent years
  • 24:09
    we should work on a vision of one day
  • 24:11
    establishing a real European army
  • 24:13
    Bachelet statements echo division
  • 24:16
    recently expressed by French president
  • 24:17
    Manuel Macomb president Trump attacked
  • 24:20
    macron during a tweet storm Tuesday
  • 24:22
    following his tense visit to Paris for
  • 24:24
    Armistice commemoration events over the
  • 24:26
    weekend Trump wrote Emmanuel macron
  • 24:28
    suggests building its own army to
  • 24:30
    protect Europe against the US China and
  • 24:32
    Russia but it was Germany in World Wars
  • 24:35
    1 and 2 how did that work out for France
  • 24:38
    they were starting to learn German in
  • 24:41
    Paris before the US came along pay for
  • 24:45
    NATO or not tweeted number of reasons he
  • 24:50
    was so rude about that but let's listen
  • 24:52
    to Faraj as he directly addresses Merkel
  • 24:55
    who's just sitting there scowling and
  • 24:58
    and while here's what he had to say many
  • 25:02
    of my euro skeptic colleagues have been
  • 25:04
    booing you this morning but they
  • 25:05
    shouldn't be in a way because the
  • 25:07
    British should be cheering you without
  • 25:09
    you we'd never have made it over the
  • 25:10
    line with brexit I don't want to thank
  • 25:12
    you very much for that and of course
  • 25:14
    many of these euro skeptic groups on the
  • 25:17
    right the center on the left will come
  • 25:18
    back here after the next European
  • 25:20
    elections in huge numbers directly as a
  • 25:23
    result of your immigration and Asylum
  • 25:25
    policy your weakened cope led to a huge
  • 25:30
    migrant tide indeed a stampede that came
  • 25:33
    across the Mediterranean young men
  • 25:35
    coming from very different cultures who
  • 25:38
    would not go to integrate young man none
  • 25:40
    of whom
  • 25:41
    what are qualified as being genuine
  • 25:43
    refugees and I think in many ways we
  • 25:46
    looked at it in the referendum and we
  • 25:47
    said we don't want to be part of an
  • 25:49
    increasingly German dominated European
  • 25:52
    Union and we certainly don't want to pay
  • 25:55
    the price for mrs merkel's errors and i
  • 25:57
    believe having heard you today and
  • 25:59
    listening to senior french politicians
  • 26:02
    over the last couple of days that are
  • 26:04
    for us leaving the european union is now
  • 26:06
    indeed a liberation
  • 26:08
    it's a european union that we're told is
  • 26:10
    now to become empire a militarized
  • 26:13
    european union an undemocratic european
  • 26:17
    union a european union that seeks to
  • 26:20
    continually expand to the east a
  • 26:23
    european union that has launched a new
  • 26:26
    cold war against the united states of
  • 26:28
    america a european union that tries to
  • 26:32
    rewrite history and i think a hundred
  • 26:35
    years on from the armistice we should be
  • 26:38
    genuinely worried the idea that this new
  • 26:41
    militarized union is somehow a recipe
  • 26:45
    for peace I suggest you will sit back
  • 26:48
    and think a little bit more carefully
  • 26:50
    maybe you should all reread history the
  • 26:54
    European project was set up to stop
  • 26:56
    German domination what you've seen today
  • 26:59
    is a naked takeover bid so I think
  • 27:03
    brexit becomes a necessity after this
  • 27:06
    for the rest of the countries mrs.
  • 27:08
    Merkel you've had a long successful
  • 27:10
    career but your political decision to
  • 27:14
    open up the doors unconditionally is the
  • 27:15
    worst decision we've seen in post-war
  • 27:18
    politics in Europe is it not time for
  • 27:20
    you at last to admit that you were wrong
  • 27:23
    is it not time for you to say to German
  • 27:27
    communities and many others I'm sorry
  • 27:29
    for what I've done to you and the
  • 27:31
    problems I've inflicted upon you for
  • 27:33
    many decades to come
  • 27:41
    there you go minor E minor redemption
  • 27:44
    like a redemption
  • 27:45
    so that Parliament there is just a bunch
  • 27:48
    of people complaining oh they have no
  • 27:50
    powerful powers they just get then they
  • 27:52
    get to talk so me I guess it gets so
  • 27:55
    many minutes a month like 10 something
  • 27:58
    like that's not a lot and Faraj gets to
  • 28:02
    go up and do his normal thing I'll tell
  • 28:04
    you I find I follow what he does a great
  • 28:06
    job of it but I follow one Dutch
  • 28:08
    europarliament parliamentarian on
  • 28:12
    Twitter Micah pouches whatever her name
  • 28:16
    is but all I see you're doing is up
  • 28:20
    she's on Twitter all day just some
  • 28:22
    Twitter all day commenting on Trump
  • 28:27
    she's like well hopefully we never have
  • 28:29
    this here you know stuff like that
  • 28:30
    you know I pay attention to him we don't
  • 28:33
    want that here stuff like that all day
  • 28:36
    all day she's just tweeting like you
  • 28:38
    know and of course I want to mr. Chuck I
  • 28:40
    want to tweet and said go do something
  • 28:42
    else but I usually wind up erasing the
  • 28:45
    tweet before I send it it's very smart I
  • 28:48
    think yes and we had the just a quick
  • 28:51
    review of the armistice there's a lot of
  • 28:53
    things that happened at this armistice
  • 28:54
    event and one of our producers was boots
  • 28:57
    on the ground he gave us a little
  • 28:58
    rundown of did you see that his rundown
  • 29:00
    of of the whole ceremony no I missed it
  • 29:04
    this is producer Bob he just did bullet
  • 29:05
    points I'll just share him Trump was
  • 29:08
    hating the ceremony with good reason but
  • 29:10
    the two-way arms slapped with Putin was
  • 29:12
    interesting Makran he said the whole
  • 29:15
    thing was really a third-rate production
  • 29:17
    first of all Trump and Putin were late
  • 29:19
    so they missed the the 11:00 a.m. you
  • 29:21
    know events so they were both late so we
  • 29:25
    know it was going on there
  • 29:26
    Democrats mic didn't work they had to
  • 29:29
    have had to get a back hair a backup
  • 29:31
    handheld yo-yo ma played two songs
  • 29:34
    meanwhile the background of the main
  • 29:36
    shot had empty chairs and I was
  • 29:38
    drizzling Vasily you know you got a
  • 29:40
    worldwide audience what are people
  • 29:42
    thinking they don't have any production
  • 29:44
    here brought in some singer from Africa
  • 29:46
    they played the bolero I mean all things
  • 29:48
    which really have nothing to do with
  • 29:49
    Europe or armistice you know if you're
  • 29:52
    pretty or armistice you know if you're
  • 29:52
    the sort of thing you hire people to sit
  • 29:54
    in those empty seats of course you do or
  • 29:57
    you remove the seats you get a bunch of
  • 29:58
    people that have signs calling up blacks
  • 30:00
    for Trump that's what you know that's
  • 30:02
    what you want well that's yeah that'd be
  • 30:04
    cool you want well that's yeah that'd be
  • 30:06
    there was remove the seats to get a
  • 30:08
    couple of teenagers speaking at the
  • 30:10
    ceremony one of which spoken Mandarin
  • 30:13
    again kind of unclear as to why because
  • 30:21
    it's New World Order man that's nothing
  • 30:23
    to do with that it's just let's see it's
  • 30:26
    multi-culti yeah no nations no borders
  • 30:29
    everyone's welcome macron speech went on
  • 30:31
    for 19 minutes was apparently pretty
  • 30:33
    pretty boring and all the world leaders
  • 30:35
    were just standing there was cold they
  • 30:37
    were getting wet they found that
  • 30:38
    everyone look pretty miserable see what
  • 30:42
    else did we have a band row fans and one
  • 30:45
    of them shouldn't had that's the thing
  • 30:47
    you can buy usually I had one of them I
  • 30:49
    bought it at in Arizona not forward
  • 30:54
    during a kind of spring practice for the
  • 30:59
    baseball teams it's and I think one of
  • 31:01
    them should have been wearing this you
  • 31:02
    may have seen him it's like a hat but it
  • 31:04
    fits like a happens actually a small
  • 31:07
    umbrella with all kinds of colors on
  • 31:09
    this Trump would look great in that I
  • 31:12
    think so we had this fracas where Makran
  • 31:19
    you know just like you know would happen
  • 31:23
    here in the States
  • 31:24
    you know went out of his way to say
  • 31:26
    nationalism is the exact opposite of
  • 31:28
    patriotism and there was a couple of
  • 31:31
    slights that I don't think did you hear
  • 31:32
    about what pseudo said about about
  • 31:35
    nationalism probably didn't get any
  • 31:36
    airplay over there no I know nope nope
  • 31:39
    okay so here's a report from the
  • 31:42
    National so here's a report from the
  • 31:44
    and who actually it's interesting
  • 31:46
    everyone translated what micron said
  • 31:48
    differently I don't know if it makes
  • 31:50
    that much difference but here it is
  • 31:51
    French president Emmanuel macron
  • 31:52
    reminded his fellow leaders of the
  • 31:55
    horrendous cost of war and he warned of
  • 31:57
    what he called old demons rising to the
  • 31:59
    surface gallop Elliot yzma ill
  • 32:02
    exactically gallop Elliot yzma ill
  • 32:03
    new nationalism nationalism is the
  • 32:07
    opposite of patriotism what I thought it
  • 32:09
    was interesting is he actually said
  • 32:11
    patriotism is the opposite of
  • 32:14
    nationalism yet everyone translated it
  • 32:16
    as nationalism is the opposite of
  • 32:18
    patriotism it may seem minor but I don't
  • 32:21
    think it is
  • 32:24
    or am I just am fucking on this you
  • 32:27
    might be you might be uh it's also the
  • 32:30
    other way things are structured in
  • 32:32
    French you can maybe you could flop
  • 32:35
    things around a little bit I just found
  • 32:37
    it interesting yeah
  • 32:40
    anyway he lets continuous Gallup Elliott
  • 32:42
    yzma ill exact oh cool a new nationalism
  • 32:47
    nationalism is the opposite of
  • 32:49
    patriotism a crown said when we say our
  • 32:52
    interests first who cares about the
  • 32:54
    others we erase what a nation holds
  • 32:56
    dearest its moral values macros message
  • 33:00
    was delivered in front of Donald Trump a
  • 33:03
    self-described nationalist and champion
  • 33:06
    of America first the u.s. President was
  • 33:09
    listening just steps away but if he was
  • 33:11
    offended it didn't show and McCraw was
  • 33:14
    not alone in his warning if the
  • 33:16
    democracy is to function you need to
  • 33:18
    have an educated populace and you need
  • 33:21
    to have an informed populace well that
  • 33:24
    wouldn't be Markab or nowhere the Paris
  • 33:32
    peace forum organized to mark this
  • 33:34
    hundred year anniversary Trudeau called
  • 33:37
    out those in power who attacked the
  • 33:39
    media listen we you got a guess who he's
  • 33:42
    talking about saying that can only
  • 33:45
    weaken democracy when people feel their
  • 33:47
    institutions can't protect them they
  • 33:50
    look for easy answers in populism in
  • 33:54
    nationalism in closing borders in
  • 33:59
    shutting down trade is wrong look for
  • 34:04
    easy answers in podcasting thank you
  • 34:07
    very much that's where it's easy they
  • 34:08
    look for easy answers in populism in
  • 34:13
    nationalism in closing borders in
  • 34:17
    shutting down trade in Santo phobia
  • 34:22
    crudo didn't mention any politicians by
  • 34:24
    name but Russian President Vladimir
  • 34:26
    Putin who Trudeau sat next to at the
  • 34:30
    peace forum has been accused of using
  • 34:32
    social media to foster confusion and
  • 34:35
    influence elections Trudeau never
  • 34:37
    mentioned Donald Trump either but the US
  • 34:40
    president routinely calls the media
  • 34:42
    enemies of the people and has a habit of
  • 34:44
    labeling any story he doesn't like fake
  • 34:47
    news Trump wasn't there to hear Trudeau
  • 34:49
    anyways he skipped the peace forum
  • 34:51
    altogether since he's in Canada in
  • 34:54
    Canada is it okay to say anyways
  • 34:58
    is that is that is that Canadian English
  • 35:01
    well let me think
  • 35:03
    anyways uh I just found that no that's
  • 35:08
    just kind of odd anyway wouldn't there
  • 35:11
    anyways maybe it's okay there but I did
  • 35:14
    I I have been asking around here hmm hey
  • 35:18
    hey go on hey Oh a I've been asking
  • 35:21
    around and I said you know do you here
  • 35:22
    in Holland do you force this as a
  • 35:24
    country that was devastated by the by
  • 35:26
    the Nazis is nationalism bad here and
  • 35:30
    pretty much everyone says yeah it's it's
  • 35:32
    bad it's not he's not a good thing to be
  • 35:33
    calling yourself a nationalist and to me
  • 35:37
    I just find it rather odd that here we
  • 35:40
    are probably the past 70 80 years
  • 35:44
    nationalism has been to has been defined
  • 35:46
    in every dictionary I've looked at
  • 35:48
    online but as patriotism as patriotism
  • 35:52
    so why didn't we change that in the
  • 35:54
    dicks I mean it's okay the word gay has
  • 35:55
    changed this is hijacking the language
  • 35:59
    when did the hijack know what it was
  • 36:01
    hijacked but that word was hijacked
  • 36:03
    probably well you know they would blame
  • 36:06
    you know that you could see that
  • 36:08
    interpretation well the Nazis well yes
  • 36:11
    of course lists and then well i Cellini
  • 36:14
    I mean the Japanese I don't know but if
  • 36:19
    you look up the word gay in the
  • 36:21
    dictionary which is really only meant
  • 36:23
    homosexual in the past what thirty years
  • 36:28
    I don't remember when it began but it
  • 36:30
    just took off yeah but but not seven
  • 36:33
    years homosexual men and women yes but
  • 36:36
    that's in the dictionary as an
  • 36:37
    alternative description for nationalists
  • 36:40
    and nationalism there is no description
  • 36:45
    of it being the opposite of patriotism
  • 36:46
    in fact the first description of every
  • 36:49
    dictionary I could find is it is the
  • 36:51
    same as patriotism
  • 36:52
    well the gay definition if you looked at
  • 36:56
    a dictionary from the 1920s wouldn't
  • 36:58
    have no correct sexuality as an
  • 37:00
    alternative but it doesn't appear as one
  • 37:03
    and thus since it did appear at some
  • 37:05
    point as one because that's where
  • 37:07
    dictionaries work the nationalism thing
  • 37:10
    has to appear as one but eventually and
  • 37:13
    one of the dictionaries and they'll take
  • 37:14
    off and then pretty soon nationalism
  • 37:16
    will be a bad one I think it should be
  • 37:18
    word of the year I do have a description
  • 37:22
    from gonna be right by the way could
  • 37:26
    happen gonna be right by the way could
  • 37:26
    Jim Kessler who's this third way as some
  • 37:30
    think tank I guess he's a VP of policy
  • 37:32
    anyway he was on on Tucker I cut Tucker
  • 37:34
    out because it just annoys me to hear
  • 37:37
    him and so I put together his definition
  • 37:40
    of nationalism I mean of course the
  • 37:42
    leaders gonna put the interests of their
  • 37:44
    own country ahead of others that's not
  • 37:46
    nationalism nationalism is a loaded term
  • 37:48
    I mean the definition of patriot
  • 37:50
    patriotism is I love my country and
  • 37:52
    nationalism is I hate your country goes
  • 38:00
    along the definition of nationalism
  • 38:02
    especially when you're in the European
  • 38:04
    context where President Trump made that
  • 38:07
    statement is the nationalism that
  • 38:09
    engulfed Europe in the 1920s and 1930s
  • 38:12
    the nationalist Socialist Workers Party
  • 38:14
    that's the end for Nazi Ronald Reagan
  • 38:17
    never used the term nationalist use the
  • 38:19
    term patriotism and especially Donald
  • 38:23
    Trump is using this as a weapon so
  • 38:24
    certainly in the European context
  • 38:26
    everyone knows that nationalism is what
  • 38:28
    led to the rise of Nazi Germany and look
  • 38:31
    of course you want your leaders to put
  • 38:33
    is that true is it is it truly
  • 38:36
    nationalism that led to the rise of Nazi
  • 38:39
    Germany that led to the rise of Nazi
  • 38:41
    I think the interpretation can be made
  • 38:44
    it's just an interpretation of what led
  • 38:47
    to the rise of Nazi Germany a lie people
  • 38:49
    to say it was the economic conditions
  • 38:50
    and it was also the way they were
  • 38:51
    treated after after World War one was
  • 38:55
    Charles there's a lot of reasons that
  • 38:57
    you devolved musharraf the gall of
  • 38:58
    nationalists yeah I would say to the max
  • 39:03
    is he's seen as a horrible man
  • 39:07
    only by people who work with him
  • 39:11
    certainly in the European context
  • 39:13
    everyone knows that nationalism is what
  • 39:15
    led to the rise of Nazi Germany and look
  • 39:17
    of course you want your leaders to put
  • 39:19
    the interests of your nation ahead of
  • 39:22
    others that's what national nationalism
  • 39:25
    is not that oops let's hear that one
  • 39:31
    again the one knows that nationalism is
  • 39:33
    what led to the rise of Nazi Germany and
  • 39:35
    look of course you want your leaders to
  • 39:37
    put the interests of your nation ahead
  • 39:40
    of others that's what national
  • 39:42
    nationalism is not that nationalism is
  • 39:45
    basically saying our country is always
  • 39:47
    right there are other countries they are
  • 39:48
    always wrong and it is to separate us
  • 39:51
    from other countries and that's and he
  • 39:52
    is using that term as a weapon because
  • 39:54
    that word is now a loaded term based on
  • 39:57
    what happened in the 1920s and 30s and
  • 39:59
    you know it I would love to see that in
  • 40:01
    the dictionary it means that you love
  • 40:05
    your country and other countries are
  • 40:06
    wrong that would be a great definition
  • 40:08
    if we put it in there that's the way he
  • 40:11
    used it I do want to mention that well
  • 40:13
    everybody well at least people who study
  • 40:15
    the lucky Trump's the way Trump operates
  • 40:20
    yeah he's doing it on purpose of course
  • 40:23
    he is yeah what nothing else is new I
  • 40:27
    was gonna say something I was gonna say
  • 40:31
    that get back to your thought well
  • 40:35
    here's my thought for a second that
  • 40:36
    everyone's falling over Trump's
  • 40:38
    purposeful use of the word nationalist
  • 40:41
    and you know we know why he said it but
  • 40:46
    we also know why he said it because he
  • 40:48
    wanted to call out all the white
  • 40:50
    nationalists which by the way the French
  • 40:52
    weren't talking about that no one was
  • 40:55
    talking about you know nationalists
  • 40:58
    being a racist thing see in the States
  • 41:01
    it was a dog whistle to the KKK but over
  • 41:05
    here true or not that was exactly what
  • 41:07
    was said oh we all know arguing with you
  • 41:10
    but over in Europe it's like well no
  • 41:12
    he's a Nazi it's not the same thing
  • 41:16
    but when Trump did his inauguration his
  • 41:18
    inaugural address he used the word
  • 41:20
    patriot and patriotism and what would
  • 41:23
    what did the press say about that dark
  • 41:24
    speech very dark dark speech indeed a
  • 41:28
    bad day for America because he used
  • 41:30
    patriotism I remember it I remember the
  • 41:34
    dark speech thing - yeah so anyway so he
  • 41:38
    uses nationalism to Jack him up yeah
  • 41:40
    well it works of course white
  • 41:42
    nationalism which of course means white
  • 41:44
    supremacy yes which means the man that's
  • 41:46
    right that's right
  • 41:48
    well that is causing a lot of
  • 41:50
    interesting problems in the United
  • 41:52
    States with uh you know they don't know
  • 41:54
    what to do because the Democrats took
  • 41:56
    over the house it was more than enough
  • 42:00
    seats - you say they won and so Appl oh
  • 42:04
    she's back in play
  • 42:05
    yeah now has this happened yet has the
  • 42:07
    weed we on going there's two just two
  • 42:12
    steps chip first Pelosi has to take
  • 42:13
    almost all the party because she has to
  • 42:16
    take over as Speaker of the House the
  • 42:18
    whole house votes
  • 42:19
    mm-hmm yeah that course did the other
  • 42:22
    party in power will vote for somebody
  • 42:24
    that's not gonna win you know who's a
  • 42:26
    Republican well hold on I said hold on a
  • 42:28
    second that's I mean Trump said he would
  • 42:30
    get extra votes for her from the
  • 42:32
    Republican side if she needed it but
  • 42:34
    what I'm seeing over here at least is
  • 42:36
    there's a faction of mainly I see a
  • 42:40
    Ossie Alexandria Acacio Cortez walking
  • 42:44
    around demonstrating and she's a real
  • 42:46
    troublemaker demonstrating and she's a real
  • 42:48
    what she's gonna find herself on a
  • 42:51
    another she's gonna find herself screwed
  • 42:54
    by Nancy Pelosi everybody in California
  • 42:57
    knows knows about Nancy Pelosi she is a
  • 43:02
    hard-ass really old-fashioned Politico
  • 43:06
    and the story Mimi knows a couple these
  • 43:09
    stories and she says that Pelosi is one
  • 43:11
    of her tricks as to she's very
  • 43:13
    personable she always acts kind of dumb
  • 43:14
    she's a little bit like that mobster who
  • 43:18
    claimed to be insane while he was
  • 43:20
    running that Genovese you're one of the
  • 43:22
    other families in New York and staggered
  • 43:25
    around in his underwear
  • 43:26
    Oh Don yeah I remember I remember
  • 43:31
    and a tease wasn't it a tease in New
  • 43:33
    York yes I don't remember that
  • 43:35
    so Pelosi gets people in her office and
  • 43:38
    she's very personable I guess she's a
  • 43:40
    charmer she gets people to talk and then
  • 43:43
    she gets anything that she can on him
  • 43:46
    and then she uses it against them as
  • 43:48
    blackmail so she's like a real hard-ass
  • 43:51
    type and who does that you wouldn't know
  • 43:54
    it but these people are walking it's all
  • 43:57
    these newbies coming in and it's also
  • 43:59
    being alleged led by this Marcia fudge
  • 44:02
    fudge who Marcia fudge we've talked to
  • 44:06
    her about her before she's a
  • 44:07
    congresswoman from Ohio she's kind of
  • 44:10
    into Maxine Waters did Jackson
  • 44:14
    what's-her-name Jackson
  • 44:17
    wing of the party but she's got your act
  • 44:20
    together a little more in terms of her
  • 44:22
    she doesn't say some crazy stuff at
  • 44:24
    least like haven't found anything but
  • 44:26
    play a clip of Marcia fudge and and what
  • 44:28
    what where we're headed representative
  • 44:32
    Marcia fudge I would say this is we have
  • 44:36
    a diversity in this party there's no
  • 44:39
    diversity and our the issue I mean if
  • 44:41
    we're going to talk about it we're gonna
  • 44:42
    talk the talk we need to walk the walk
  • 44:44
    got some diversity
  • 44:47
    and here's here's they play this Cup
  • 44:50
    this is de chardin zon Pelosi with
  • 44:52
    kicker oh this is from PBS yes she does
  • 44:57
    not have that right now in particular
  • 44:58
    ten of the new freshmen who arrived
  • 45:00
    today campaigned saying that they would
  • 45:03
    vote no would not support Nancy Pelosi
  • 45:05
    and there's another two dozen who
  • 45:07
    haven't said which way they would go so
  • 45:09
    there's an insurgent group of Democrats
  • 45:10
    who have putting out putting out a
  • 45:11
    letter trying to get enough signatures
  • 45:14
    to show that Nancy Pelosi can't cross
  • 45:16
    that threshold in January but we haven't
  • 45:18
    seen the letter yet it's not clear who
  • 45:20
    their chosen candidate would be to
  • 45:22
    replace her late today
  • 45:23
    Ohio Representative Marcia fudge who you
  • 45:25
    heard from in our report said she might
  • 45:27
    consider running herself but a lot of
  • 45:29
    questions about that well we did hear
  • 45:31
    from some of the new and the former
  • 45:34
    members or longtime members just now in
  • 45:37
    your report but you've also been talking
  • 45:39
    to other folks I want to ask you what
  • 45:41
    they're saying and and and the who I
  • 45:43
    mean who would it be if it's not Nancy
  • 45:45
    Pelosi you just mentioned Marcia fudge
  • 45:46
    but who else
  • 45:47
    well this government surgeon says that
  • 45:49
    they would like it to be either a woman
  • 45:51
    or a person of color and that's within
  • 45:53
    Marcia fudge as a top candidate because
  • 45:56
    she represents both but it's clear who
  • 46:00
    else would be in the mix I think she'd
  • 46:02
    be really important good to watch is
  • 46:04
    this new group of freshmen this is a
  • 46:05
    tricky position for them they campaigned
  • 46:07
    on bringing fresh ideas new blood to the
  • 46:10
    Capitol and here they are faced with a
  • 46:12
    Democratic leadership team that has been
  • 46:14
    in office for 10 to 15 years
  • 46:16
    who do they oppose them do they not I
  • 46:18
    will say this is interesting Judy
  • 46:20
    meeting these new freshmen today they
  • 46:22
    are one of the most self-possessed and
  • 46:24
    strong group of new members I've ever
  • 46:26
    met group of new members I've ever
  • 46:27
    it's remarkable especially because so
  • 46:28
    many are first-time candidates so
  • 46:32
    self-possessed is the term she use
  • 46:34
    self-possessed which i think means it I
  • 46:36
    think it actually what it means just
  • 46:39
    really super-confident overconfident
  • 46:41
    which I think that means they're full of
  • 46:43
    themselves of course what I was reading
  • 46:47
    is that Ocasio Cortes is one of
  • 46:53
    at least ten but maybe more maybe 14
  • 46:56
    Democrats who are trying to block
  • 46:59
    policies appointment as or election
  • 47:03
    within the the houses is right and and
  • 47:06
    so she's gonna find yourself in a world
  • 47:08
    of hurt I don't think she's and I like
  • 47:12
    what that she's doing and I think that's
  • 47:13
    you know she's at least staying true to
  • 47:14
    her message but watch out you don't
  • 47:19
    cross Nancy Pelosi
  • 47:22
    I didn't do well if you do you better
  • 47:24
    you know if you're gonna go after you're
  • 47:26
    gonna take the knives that you better
  • 47:27
    finish the job yeah exactly
  • 47:29
    if you're gonna pull out the mean you
  • 47:30
    got to pull the trigger yeah I would say
  • 47:33
    there was a also a big protest and I
  • 47:36
    have a clipper but I do have a clue yeah
  • 47:37
    it was it was the that was protesters in
  • 47:41
    the post office this is by the way
  • 47:44
    there's a piece of there's a woman in
  • 47:46
    here that comes on and I had to take her
  • 47:48
    segment because she's so hard in
  • 47:50
    understand cuz it's poorly mic'd and I
  • 47:52
    compressed it a little bit and kind of
  • 47:53
    boosted it but I you have to listen to
  • 47:55
    this this is the woman that kind of one
  • 47:57
    of the spokes women and yeah if you
  • 48:00
    could see it she is clinically I'm gay I
  • 48:05
    could why I'm not a psychiatrist but she
  • 48:08
    looks nuts
  • 48:10
    I'm she's sorry I'm sorry and she can
  • 48:12
    you just you just too bad you can't see
  • 48:14
    the visual of this okay I'm closing my
  • 48:17
    I'm closing my eyes though is there
  • 48:19
    anyone that that I can visualize to help
  • 48:23
    you know that woman that was in the
  • 48:25
    middle of the street and the green think
  • 48:28
    screaming no no no Trump Trump okay we
  • 48:32
    got it on Capitol Hill police arrested
  • 48:34
    51 youth climate activists Tuesday as
  • 48:37
    they held a non-violent sit-in protests
  • 48:40
    inside the office of House Democratic
  • 48:43
    Leader Nancy Pelosi demanding a green
  • 48:46
    new deal and urgent action on climate
  • 48:49
    change oh yeah it's the green new deal
  • 48:51
    that's what she's pushing I've been
  • 48:53
    reading about it and I should mention
  • 48:55
    this the this was targeted at Pelosi for
  • 48:58
    no real reason I could tell she's all
  • 49:01
    been for all this stuff I think it's
  • 49:02
    preferred of this movement to get her
  • 49:04
    kicked out and they all had very newly
  • 49:08
    printed t-shirts that also the same
  • 49:10
    thing some some dumb but it was there
  • 49:12
    every you know it was very staged it was
  • 49:14
    very organized and it was actually quite
  • 49:17
    interesting to watch the only thing I
  • 49:19
    think where they screwed up was to have
  • 49:20
    this spokesperson go nuts on camera
  • 49:23
    Philadelphia activists Sophia Ziya of
  • 49:26
    the sunrise movement said she's
  • 49:29
    compelled to act because of the historic
  • 49:31
    wildfires raging in Palacios today
  • 50:00
    except the climate change was going to
  • 50:02
    freeze in 1968 Missy New York Congress
  • 50:09
    member elect Alexandra Cassio Cortez the
  • 50:13
    Democratic Socialist who last week
  • 50:14
    became the youngest woman ever elected
  • 50:16
    to Congress joined the protest inside
  • 50:19
    Pelosi's office telling the activists
  • 50:21
    she'd push for the u.s. to get 200
  • 50:24
    percent renewable energy Acacio Cortez
  • 50:26
    was on Capitol Hill for freshmen
  • 50:29
    congressional orientation today's
  • 50:31
    protests came as the fade of a landmark
  • 50:34
    lawsuit brought by young climate
  • 50:36
    activists remains in doubt earlier this
  • 50:38
    month the Supreme Court allowed the case
  • 50:41
    to proceed but ruled lower courts could
  • 50:43
    continue to weigh in on its fate on
  • 50:46
    Thursday the 9th Circuit Court of
  • 50:47
    Appeals put a temporary stay on the case
  • 50:49
    while it here's a challenge from the
  • 50:51
    Trump administration the 21 young
  • 50:53
    activists launched their lawsuit under
  • 50:55
    President Obama arguing the federal
  • 50:57
    government has failed to take necessary
  • 50:59
    action to curtail fossil fuel emissions
  • 51:02
    violating their constitutional rights so
  • 51:04
    this is the the freshman congresswoman
  • 51:07
    from the 14th district in New York who
  • 51:09
    complained bitterly she did not have any
  • 51:12
    money to look for an apartment yet she's
  • 51:16
    there with t-shirts yeah and signs
  • 51:22
    so vation of pelosi privacy of his space
  • 51:26
    and her office because her know it's not
  • 51:29
    gonna be initiated at all there's a lot
  • 51:30
    of people there was more than it they
  • 51:31
    rested like 51 I think they'd charge
  • 51:33
    twenty one of them there's about two
  • 51:35
    hundred people there it was huge yeah
  • 51:36
    well I saw some he was not covered by
  • 51:39
    the mainstream media here it was only
  • 51:40
    covered by Democracy Now but all of this
  • 51:42
    stems from and I have to look up the
  • 51:44
    sunshine foundation whatever it was the
  • 51:46
    Madiga to look into that but over in
  • 51:48
    Europe the IPCC report the were dead if
  • 51:52
    we don't keep it under 1.5 degrees
  • 51:54
    warming by 2030 were dead we're just
  • 51:57
    dead and that's what Ocasio cortes keep
  • 51:59
    saying we only have 12 years ten years
  • 52:02
    really here in in Holland in particular
  • 52:05
    the pollute the politicians have taken
  • 52:08
    this and it is gospel and shit is
  • 52:11
    happening fast I mean just if you want
  • 52:15
    it do you want to live in Amsterdam do
  • 52:17
    you just you cannot be here anymore
  • 52:19
    unless you have a battery car that will
  • 52:22
    be mandatory within the next five years
  • 52:24
    I mean it's the the all the boats in the
  • 52:29
    canals including the tourists votes but
  • 52:32
    all but and it won't just be hamster I'm
  • 52:33
    going to be all cities we're talking
  • 52:35
    within two years all have to have
  • 52:36
    electric motors think about it you have
  • 52:41
    electric motors which need to be
  • 52:43
    recharged through a grid that can be
  • 52:46
    shut off mm-hmm if you shut off the
  • 52:49
    that's what I can tell that's what I
  • 52:51
    keep telling everybody I can have a
  • 52:53
    55-gallon drum of gasoline in my garage
  • 52:55
    if I want to don't pretend you don't if
  • 53:00
    I wif I was freaked out or I can go
  • 53:02
    siphon gas Truman's car on the side of
  • 53:05
    the road but with a gas or with these
  • 53:08
    battery this is a battery cars to me are
  • 53:11
    a form of control slave control of
  • 53:14
    course it is and you can only go so far
  • 53:16
    by the way and by the way Joe miles
  • 53:19
    let's say everything of you know there's
  • 53:20
    no more gas no more houses being built
  • 53:22
    that have gas connection so nuclear
  • 53:25
    energy to charge everything you don't
  • 53:27
    have that we have to use wind power
  • 53:29
    well here's so of course the the nuclear
  • 53:32
    energy has been pumped into the Dutch
  • 53:35
    the Gouda heads is like this dangerous
  • 53:38
    we don't want another Chernobyl it's
  • 53:42
    gotten so far that one of our producers
  • 53:44
    said remember Pandora's promise it was
  • 53:47
    actually a CNN funded documentary you do
  • 53:50
    because assery Tomic rod consulted on it
  • 53:53
    I went to see it in the movie theater
  • 53:54
    and it was they were like three people
  • 53:57
    were there because there was some you
  • 53:58
    know like the teen Sabrina the Teenage
  • 53:59
    Witch opened up next door there was no
  • 54:02
    one in the theater it's called Pandora's
  • 54:04
    promise and it's a bunch of former
  • 54:06
    Greenpeace people who hated nuclear
  • 54:09
    energy and then once they really were
  • 54:11
    exposed to some science about it they
  • 54:13
    completely flipped that movie used to be
  • 54:16
    on the Dutch Netflix it has been removed
  • 54:20
    it's gone that's how far it's going
  • 54:23
    yeah it's anyway so this yeah the IPC's
  • 54:28
    machine and so the green New Deal is
  • 54:32
    what's happening here is a whole new
  • 54:34
    economy built around batteries batteries
  • 54:37
    and electricity that's the whole economy
  • 54:40
    and I guess wind and solar as well to
  • 54:44
    charge the batteries but yeah it fit you
  • 54:47
    know if the price of if the price of oil
  • 54:49
    goes up your cost of living goes up but
  • 54:51
    it's kind of slow it can take a couple
  • 54:53
    weeks a month you know it goes up it
  • 54:55
    goes down
  • 54:56
    but with electricity you can just
  • 54:59
    determine tomorrow but we're just gonna
  • 55:00
    raise the rates
  • 55:02
    boom it's completely discretionary so
  • 55:06
    yes it's totally slow make it this yes
  • 55:09
    much better
  • 55:10
    well you what you want is you don't want
  • 55:11
    the gas you want the diesel you want the
  • 55:13
    diesel vehicle and then you can do
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    anything with a diesel yeah a 55-gallon
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    drum yeah that will work
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    if you went up so I do have a crazy
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    social justice warrior going nuts you
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    asked me on the other day if I could
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    bring a couple more of crazy clips no
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    you know orange man bad stuff like that
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    kind of stuff
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    yeah interested this is let me see what
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    which University was it well I'm just
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    gonna go out on a limb and say it was in
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    California just a guess and Dinesh
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    D'Souza was doing a speech as you know
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    Dinesh D'Souza a very dangerous man
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    troublemaker troublemaker for sure of a
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    very very dangerous man and I think we
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    could put him in the Nazi category be
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    could we put him in the racist category
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    even though he's brown but can we put
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    him in the racist category can we just
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    put him in all of those categories if
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    you feel like it I mean I'm not gonna
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    object to it here is someone who was
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    going to see the speech a honestly if I
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    were to draw a perfect white Republican
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    guy that would be the guy who's just
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    standing there talking to this very
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    upset man white man and here's what it
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    sounded like
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    yelling at some guy who was just going
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    was just saying hey I'm just gonna go in
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    and watch this lecture and this guy is
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    just railing on him who to this other
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    this this the Republican looking guy who
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    just wants to go in and listen to the to
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    the to the speech
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    some random guy he's screaming well like
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    this we don't see the set up of course
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    of what happened but the confrontation
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    is this guy's going in and this guy I
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    was basically saying you can't go in
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    there but your amygdala problem no it's
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    it's this is bad out of control he needs
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    to seek therapy does and he's also he
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    has to be put on meds it's like he's not
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    already yes Wow
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    Naz is very various and there was
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    something that happened in your neck of
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    the woods and Berkeley this is a this
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    was a very
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    upsetting affair for the students of
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    Berkeley and it's uh I have to have a
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    report and then I think I can explain a
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    little bit this is by the way is only
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    about student the Student Congress and
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    so I guess they all pretend like they
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    have government at school and they have
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    senators I wasn't aware of this
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    Associated Students ka suck yeah what's
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    it called
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    they suck I suck okay well senator Chao
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    who is an elected senator at the school
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    is in she's asian-american and she's
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    Christian and with this holdest and they
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    had five hours of people yelling about
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    about her because she has to be
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    denounced and she needs to resign and
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    the reason you need to be denounced I
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    will tell you when Barack Obama was
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    president he he sent a letter it was a I
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    think it's a friend of the court letter
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    maybe I know it was a friend of the
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    court but a friend of something letter
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    regarding title nine and title nine is
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    very very simple it says any school
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    assists any school in the United States
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    that it has any type of federal funding
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    may not discriminate based on sex and
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    what the Obama administration did is
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    they wrote a letter and the letter said
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    by the way sex and gender are
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    interchangeable that's how you should
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    interpret title nine and this is how we
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    got the bathroom issue because you could
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    then identify as a woman and go to the
  • 1:00:20
    female bathroom and so they they change
  • 1:00:24
    the interpretation they didn't change
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    the title nine didn't change the Civil
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    Rights Act which is what title nine is a
  • 1:00:29
    part of they just said this is how you
  • 1:00:32
    interpret it the there is a an
  • 1:00:36
    understanding that the Trump
  • 1:00:37
    administration wants to send their own
  • 1:00:41
    letter and and and say no gender is not
  • 1:00:45
    the same as sex and sex is determined at
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    birth or pre birth and it comes right
  • 1:00:50
    down to chromosomes and what was
  • 1:00:53
    expected is that the entire student
  • 1:00:55
    government is that the entire student
  • 1:00:57
    denounced that's really what was the
  • 1:00:59
    denial denounced that memo which has not
  • 1:01:02
    been published which it's not there's no
  • 1:01:05
    law it's just interpretation but
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    everyone has to yell and scream about
  • 1:01:09
    that and she says look I have to be true
  • 1:01:12
    to my faith I I am Christian so I
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    believe that there's man and a woman and
  • 1:01:17
    that is the only two types of sex you
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    have and I'm going to abstain from
  • 1:01:24
    voting against this first abstaining yes
  • 1:01:29
    abstaining abstaining and it got heated
  • 1:01:33
    what was interesting about this and I'll
  • 1:01:35
    just play a little bit of this clip in
  • 1:01:36
    like 40 seconds or something so this is
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    a you know a big room and there's
  • 1:01:41
    speaker after speaker that a hundred
  • 1:01:43
    different speakers all bitching and
  • 1:01:45
    moaning about this but the kids in the
  • 1:01:47
    in the auditorium there's some
  • 1:01:50
    applauding going on but in general
  • 1:01:52
    they're all finger snapping it's just
  • 1:01:55
    finger snaps
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    which I know you kind of like cuz you
  • 1:02:00
    know you were say no fight back last
  • 1:02:19
    week Senate agenda appeared to be
  • 1:02:21
    business as usual but this week's
  • 1:02:23
    meeting was anything but normal
  • 1:02:25
    after making anti lgbtq+ statements an
  • 1:02:29
    ante so she's being accused of making
  • 1:02:31
    anti lgbtq+ statements by not by
  • 1:02:37
    abstaining from a vote that that's why
  • 1:02:40
    she's being accused of being horny to
  • 1:02:42
    get this clip from that this is Cal TV
  • 1:02:45
    this is Berkeley's own on-campus TV
  • 1:02:47
    station Wow oh yeah fine to be business
  • 1:02:51
    as usual but this week's meeting was
  • 1:02:53
    anything but normal
  • 1:02:55
    after making anti lgbtq+ statements last
  • 1:02:59
    week ASUC senator isabella chow
  • 1:03:02
    met with backlash it was standing room
  • 1:03:04
    only in the Senate chambers supporters
  • 1:03:06
    of Chow and a vast majority of
  • 1:03:08
    protesters spoke ASUC tells us that over
  • 1:03:12
    100 public comments were made in the
  • 1:03:14
    span of three hours though maybe the
  • 1:03:17
    senator who is sitting here right now -
  • 1:03:18
    yeah as well for Europe here who is set
  • 1:03:24
    these days going against a sec
  • 1:03:26
    Constitution I am ashamed of Delta
  • 1:03:29
    teacher who wasn't thought to master a
  • 1:03:32
    petition circulated prior to the meeting
  • 1:03:34
    calling for Chow to resign other calls
  • 1:03:37
    included the possibility of a recall as
  • 1:03:40
    well as urging the ASUC to revoke
  • 1:03:42
    sponsorship from the InterVarsity
  • 1:03:45
    Christian Fellowship who actively
  • 1:03:46
    supported Chow undergrad grad students
  • 1:03:50
    and even alumni took to the podium
  • 1:03:52
    alumni tell me it's alumni
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    yes alumni so you think is that what she
  • 1:04:00
    was talking about I don't know what the
  • 1:04:01
    word was she said mama not varsity
  • 1:04:06
    Christian Fellowship who actively
  • 1:04:08
    supported tchau undergrad grad students
  • 1:04:11
    and even alumni took to the podium
  • 1:04:13
    tonight is not about bullying senator
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    chow but making our campus and wider
  • 1:04:17
    community understand the impacts of
  • 1:04:20
    invalidating in Damini restaurant
  • 1:04:22
    tonight is not about free speech about
  • 1:04:24
    the separation of prejudice and personal
  • 1:04:26
    beliefs with institutional policy
  • 1:04:28
    tonight is not about dismissing the
  • 1:04:30
    Christian Christianity as universally
  • 1:04:32
    toxic but about validating the
  • 1:04:34
    experience of those at the hands of
  • 1:04:36
    biggest to have cowardly hid behind
  • 1:04:38
    religion to justify her actions saying
  • 1:04:41
    that this this student fellow student is
  • 1:04:44
    a coward and Hynek hiding behind her
  • 1:04:47
    religion to be normal is toxic
  • 1:04:50
    universally toxic toxic no I think he
  • 1:04:53
    said we don't want to call it
  • 1:04:55
    universally toxic no I don't think he
  • 1:04:57
    said yeah he did he did boy did it look
  • 1:04:59
    love he said it in a way in a way that
  • 1:05:02
    yes I agree that yeah it was purposely
  • 1:05:04
    said that way but wow I mean just wow I
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    mean they're all playing grown-up and
  • 1:05:10
    they're just a bunch of punks really
  • 1:05:12
    what do they know these children we're
  • 1:05:18
    gonna mock you in recall votes and we
  • 1:05:21
    come on it's just is just crazy and they
  • 1:05:24
    can't even get the acronym right I am
  • 1:05:26
    the only true official source of the
  • 1:05:28
    acronym and I will give it to you again
  • 1:05:31
    lgt because you Qi AAP ke there's no
  • 1:05:35
    plus K is the last one and that stands
  • 1:05:38
    for kink and that is all you need to
  • 1:05:40
    know however our buddy down down under
  • 1:05:44
    Maynard he's always sending us little
  • 1:05:47
    cool interviews and this one has
  • 1:05:48
    actually worked well for us he
  • 1:05:50
    interviewed fiona pattern who was I
  • 1:05:52
    think she's a member of the sex party
  • 1:05:54
    which now is called the reason party but
  • 1:05:58
    he grabbed a hold of her and said he
  • 1:06:01
    asked her about the acronym and that
  • 1:06:02
    seems to be so Coleman doesn't it thou
  • 1:06:04
    dost protest too much
  • 1:06:05
    musically in the religious circles the
  • 1:06:07
    ones that really hate the guy
  • 1:06:08
    he's turned out so well they tend to
  • 1:06:10
    lock me too deep the ones who are the
  • 1:06:17
    most vocal about gays tend to like a
  • 1:06:20
    dick I think he said let's check it
  • 1:06:21
    again just circles the ones that really
  • 1:06:23
    hate the guys tend out so well they tend
  • 1:06:25
    to like with a dick exactly yes I'm not
  • 1:06:28
    gay but the guy I fuck is yeah how do
  • 1:06:31
    you go on doing the lbgtq I can you
  • 1:06:34
    actually say that in one sentence go
  • 1:06:36
    LGBT iq+ does that just include everyone
  • 1:06:43
    else to stop adding more letters what's
  • 1:06:45
    the reason for that I think we've got to
  • 1:06:46
    come to yes we cannot add any more
  • 1:06:48
    letters to that acronym in fact I tend
  • 1:06:52
    to just call it my rainbow community or
  • 1:06:54
    my rainbow family oh there you go
  • 1:06:56
    my rainbow family I like that
  • 1:07:01
    rainbow family and some family thanks
  • 1:07:05
    Maynard hey by the way just a question
  • 1:07:07
    seeing as there's been such controversy
  • 1:07:10
    over the Redskins as a sports team yeah
  • 1:07:14
    should we not have the same conversation
  • 1:07:16
    about the Nationals
  • 1:07:20
    well if they're called the nationalisms
  • 1:07:23
    they're not called the national is is a
  • 1:07:26
    member of this sports team the Nationals
  • 1:07:28
    a nationalist you know I think well you
  • 1:07:32
    that's just a facetious question but I
  • 1:07:34
    would say that if you put together a
  • 1:07:37
    pressure group and made a stink about it
  • 1:07:40
    using nationalism as the basis we could
  • 1:07:42
    probably do that you could get some
  • 1:07:44
    traction and with that I'd like to thank
  • 1:07:45
    you for your courage and say in the
  • 1:07:47
    morning to you Johnson which is just one
  • 1:07:49
    of the C's the IPCC report Dvorak from
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    far away in the morning to the troll
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    room pay trolls no agenda stream comm is
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    where you can listen live and join the
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    mornings a us time and thank you for
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    being here and keeping us live and on
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    our toes also a big in the morning to
  • 1:08:19
    cesium-137 he brought us the artwork for
  • 1:08:21
    episode 1085 the title that was trans
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    aged and this was an interesting piece
  • 1:08:28
    of art for two reasons one it was just a
  • 1:08:30
    great piece of art with if you'll recall
  • 1:08:32
    John it was the multiple profile phases
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    and the white one in the middle with the
  • 1:08:37
    big X on the forehead right that same
  • 1:08:40
    day that we released this
  • 1:08:42
    yeah and I think Nick the rat tweeted it
  • 1:08:44
    the Google homepage image was
  • 1:08:49
    eerily similar do you think they stole
  • 1:08:53
    it no I don't know why and it could have
  • 1:08:56
    been the other way around maybe cesium
  • 1:08:57
    got inspired I don't know I don't think
  • 1:08:59
    so she seems not that kind of guy no I
  • 1:09:01
    don't ever get inspired I'm not I would
  • 1:09:06
    never say that he had done that of
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    course no what happened here still
  • 1:09:14
    working yeah okay but it was it was
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    uncanny yeah okay but it was it was
  • 1:09:18
    wow it looks I mean it's not the same
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    but it's the same concept was very
  • 1:09:21
    interesting and we thank caesium-137 for
  • 1:09:24
    the beautiful piece of art and all of
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    our artists who diligently support the
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    program by giving us art to choose we
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    want to choose from not just for thee
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    for the album art of the show but also
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    for the newsletter and of course a lot
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    of this does wind up at No Agenda shop
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    comm it's no agenda art generator calm
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    thank you again everyone for your
  • 1:09:42
    courage especially cesium-137
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    well we do have a few people to thank
  • 1:09:47
    for show 1086 as we head to show 1089
  • 1:09:52
    which is an important show for the for
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    all kinds of symbolic and metaphorical
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    reasons okay why it's 33 squared is that
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    1089 yeah 30 through squared
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    excellent yeah 30 through squared
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    all right Matt replied 33 times 33 you
  • 1:10:13
    get 1089 fantastic all right well we're
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    not there yeah Matt we got four shows to
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    go it's coming soon
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    hieronymus of Dogpatch $1000 and 2002
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    nice of Dogpatch $1000 and 2002
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    I put it the two or two to two bucks to
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    so he did send a note in as usual with
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    no jingles no karma mm-hmm
  • 1:10:39
    this from Surinam mr. animus of doc
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    patch in Loris albums LeBeau via dear
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    personal life and my family safety and
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