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an interest in syria other than the defeat of isis which i assume will probably happen relatively soon in the same way that it happened in northern iraq won't be soon enough america's interests are larger than just syria right so we have to think about syria the context of the greater middle east and it is providing the conditions so that we can have a more stable middle east to keep america safe well a more stable middle east yes it is amazing how many bombs are required to create a stable middle east. book fewer americans die from isis each year than die from checking to see how much gasoline is in a gas can by using a little match to look in there. so how about we stop obliterating the middle east and instead use that money on an educational campaign about how to look inside gas cans with flashlights. then we would save americans pompei i was next asked
how he feels about the media reporting on wiki leaks material here's what the spy ring aspirating pregnant rhinoceros had to say. yeah it's a it's a difficult question given this fuzzy little first amendment thing we've got going on here. and i say that just love the first amendment i'm all about it. just want to make sure that's very clear those of you in the back watching i love the first amendment look. do you know why they're all laughing mike they're laughing because they can tell you're full of. you don't love the first amendment anymore then you love answering questions about it while sweating like a coke mule at airport security. as you also recognize part of the problem here is that. mr snowden. a young woman who was just pretended a few months ago the reported. leaking of something called
vault seven and all of this seems to suggest that our intelligence community not just cia but other branches of it have. to have a kind of an insider threat the i problem i agree but of course what's left unsaid in this whole conversation is that edward snowden revealed that our government was spying on all of us one of the largest crimes ever committed against the american people ever ever we're talking about a bigger crime when they try to replace tupac with john rule kill. massive crime. so let's give snowden some goddamn respect. if there's one thing we're very good at is making sure we understand the scope and breadth of what we're actually lawfully permitted to do and we endeavor every moment to stay inside those lines no no no no no no that's something you're very not good at.
that there are whole books on the crime committed by the cia there are books big my books. they went on to talk about terrorism i don't buy the loan will store and never seen a wolf alone they always know how to find the pack and where to find them that's a great point mike the lone wolf thing is very rare most terrorist in the u.s. are not working alone they're working with the f.b.i. . in fact a twenty thirteen investigation found that only one percent of terrorist caught by the f.b.i. were real if you look at the record of prosecutions in the decade after nine eleven there has yet to be a case of an al qaeda operative providing the means for i want to be terrorist to do an act of terrorism it's only the f.b.i. that provided the means through these sting operations like. i don't know how
far the cia offices are from the f.b.i. offices but i bet you could catch those mothers. well well you know you know maybe maybe when you are when you meet up for your weekly game of cards against humanity just to have them that will be that of it's a different kind of cards against humanity it's when they exchange business cards so the. next they move on to venezuela at any time you have a country of as large and with the economic capacity of a country like that as well america has a deep interest in making sure that it is stable as democratic as possible and so we're working hard to do that i am always careful when we talk about south and central america and the cia there's a lot of stories. so. ok the first part of that statement was about how the u.s. one stable democratic countries followed by
a good joke about how the cia has been involved in countless coups assassinations and op risings in south and central america. remember that time we toppled in assassinated president a u.n. day until like oh and then put in this box and instead. you know they don't make cia backed coups like big is really it really felt all god why we couldn't cry farley in charge of the cia. we are very hopeful that there can be a transition in venezuela and we the cia is doing its best to understand the dynamic there it was just down in mexico city and in bogota a week before last talking about this very issue trying to help them understand the things they might do so that they can get a better outcome for their part of the world and are part of the world what i was just down in colombia and mexico scheming to overthrow the democratically elect. leader of venice whale art that's your idea of supporting stability and democracy
of democracy you keep using the word i do not think it means what you think of me. look at this. this interview shows how out of touch our deep state emperors are they've still totally lost grasp what matters in this world what people view is criminal and what they view as patriotic that the leaders of these organizations cannot express their goal of their objectives without coming off as a war hungry regime change obsessed sweaty fat face new york feudalist. if this if this is the stuff he's willing to tell last publicly then the other eighty percent must be aware of why it was look like the inside of freddie krueger chamberpot. company of the washington d.c. ballet to be directed.
i. believe came alec take the news from behind a pentagon study has declared this week that the american empire may be collapsing the pentagon said that. and here's the thing the natural reaction for an american is oh no. our employers collapse you would think me. well my soul cycle classes be cancelled if. i have a group finance isn't fair. but here is all you need to know we shouldn't rule the world to be. happy we don't need to and circle the globe like an evil octopus with
a personality disorder. what of course the pentagon report gets it exactly wrong and says the answer to this is to build up our military yes let's build up our military that's like telling a nuclear bomb it needs to be more fiery. and they say we need to expand the use of our awesome surveillance capabilities yeah yeah let's let's get more into people's lives. in unrelated news a wisconsin company will become the first in the u.s. to microchip their employees installing an already aidid chip in their hands allowing them to make purchases in their break room open doors use the copy machine. this is so courageous and really good there's also been a discussion that many u.s. companies will will begin installing cia director mike palm pale into employees
asses. yeah i mean you know some called it invasion of privacy but others point out that having mike pound bomb pay off your butt will allow you to more easily carry the snacks you got at the break room. with your microchip. but you know mike is just trying to stop terrorism right because terrorism is the number one killer of innocent civilians is something you might have heard someone say when they were lying to you. our government kills more innocent civilians last month than terrorist attacks have killed in europe over the past twelve years but you don't hear about that because victims of our bombing don't get shown on television with elton john's candle in the wind playing quietly behind their photo they don't get that we don't know what they're going on over there right which is why we should stop jumping weapons and money and bombs into the reason region how
was this plan going at one point militias armed by the pentagon were fighting those armed by the cia. you know that expression go yourself. that's what we are doing. we're going and. so that's why it's a good thing that trumps just ordered the cia to stop training and arming syrian rebel. which made most of congress and our mainstream media furious but i support it because i'm opposed to all war and senseless killing you know who wants to keep dumping arms into the reason region like pez dispensers all the people who support all wars and senseless killing there are the ones who love this go ahead ask like pompei oh he's right behind you. go. so yes throw up and did something right he actually did you know the expression
even a broken is right twice a day. twice a day america does not need to own the world with our military bases currently in seventy percent of countries imagine that like can you do in the process what they would be like if it were a different country if it were random country and military bases everywhere if the nation of told go had bases in canada and mexico and the bahamas would be like. this. they have a military base in front of the lincoln memorial this is. the same crap. and we and we don't just exhort or will with guns we also do it with debt right economically by way of the world bank and the i.m.f. which is why just this week bolivia's president abel morale is celebrated his country's total independence from the world bank and the i.m.f.
. has got to feel good. oh yes a yes thank you thank you thank you. get out from under that that's got to feel like one of pigeon finally gets the plastic bag off his foot after two years. for that. who you call him back boy now at. getting out from under the world bank was the result of men. many years of protests against large corporations like back to hell and against the privatizing oh believe infrastructure and even though the us basically runs the world bank americans are also being crushed by corporate takeover which will only be beaten back by people standing up getting angry like the two protestors in iowa who came forward to claim credit for multiple acts of sabotage on the dakota access pipeline they destroyed equipment and delayed construction going on there and they claimed credit that's
that bold as bold i ask. i get i gotta be honest i don't claim credit when i scratch someone's car. or or steal my neighbor's wall street journal use it to wipe my ass and then put it back. in a statement the woman says some a's view these actions as violent but what we did was fight a private corporation that has run rampantly across our country seizing land and polluting our nation's water supply yeah if we're going to call what they did sabotage shouldn't we say energy transfer partners is sabotaging north dakota's water for fossil fuels are sabotaging the planet in fact a new study just revealed that twenty five companies account for over fifty percent of the global industrial greenhouse gases and only
a hundred companies account for seventy one percent there are other ways to power the planet then just vote worst ways to power the planet. you know others when there's solar there's a new fabrics this generates energy as you move from human motion yeah we're we're like steps away from americans powering the planet by scratch and are watching football. that's a dream come true right. and then someone tries to stop you like i'm putting energy back on the grid all right i have scratching my crotch for the children of africa. who have no energy. this week speaking of a shot to the last week two hundred eighty two members of congress came out in support of making part of the constitution illegal the so-called israel anti boycott act would impose fines of up to two hundred fifty dollars on any u.s.
citizen engaged in interstate or foreign commerce who supports a boycott of israeli goods and services and a possible twenty years in prison a pact a powerful israel israel lobby designed the bill and the a.c.l.u. came out and said it would make many forms of political activism highly criminal but the outrage and activism over the past week actually worked for now many congress people have agreed to take a second look at the bill on top of that all the protesters put finger puppets made out of energy fabric on the middle fingers sat in front of congress and powered the nation. we had to go to a quick break but i have live comedy shows coming up in seattle and walk you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank.
what you have for breakfast yesterday why would you put those who sees your wife or . like you kneeling back now i did give you due to. war. i do not know if the russian state hacked into john podesta scheme ailes and gave them to wiki leaks but i do know barack obama's director of national intelligence has not provided a read of it to support his claims of russia i also know he person. self in a senate hearing planned three months for the revelations provided by edward snowden he denies to be n.s.a. was carrying out wholesale balance of the us. the hyperventilating corporate media has once again proved to be an echo for government claims that cannot be verified you would have thought they would have learned something after serving as george w. bush's useful idiots in the lead up to the base of iraq. it is vitally important
that the press remains rooted in a fact based universe especially when we enter an era when truth and fiction are becoming indistinct. and. so the washington post their slogan is democracy dies in darkness and that democracy dies when a legacy news news legacy news organization does the bidding of the corporate state peddling endless war oh but let's not turn the lights out. we need don't go on to play on the war so the washington post has
a new policy that punishes journalists if they use their own social media to make critical statements about the paper's corporate advertisers who now to explain the implications is our feral media watchdog john of o'donnell. that i got to say this is crazy crazy awesome i mean. frees up all of the intrepid journalists at the post for having the right boring story after story about corporate malfeasance been there done that and i right now they can focus on important stuff. going to say that corporate takeover of our country is amongst important stuff it's played out dude i mean some of the pows advertise include corporate to him it's like glaxo smith kline pharmaceuticals bank of america and koch industries we all know those three entities are grinding america into
another's hell's gate of epic despair hit me with something rash. that's not for what look like what i don't know maybe post a new story about how humans having sex with birds isn't as weird as you think. or maybe one about how amazon has six hundred million dollar contract with the cia you know what the second one. but you're on jeff jeff bezos is the c.e.o. of amazon and he's also the owner of the washington post so on officially the cia is a funder of the washington post what do you play implying that because of the bezos approved policy that won't let washed. critique advertisers that somehow that means they're not going to be critical of the cia i mean have some more faith in wash. ok first stop doing that and secondly i'm not implying that they won't criticize a few guy a i'm saying that i said that i said i just said it i don't know why are
we already know that outlets like the post in the new york times routinely report you know or not to miss leaks that they're fed from intelligence community that are often later found out to be inaccurate w m d now even a journalist who works for the post with good intentions and integrity can't call that out without risking terminations said no no they have. the there's a safeguard in place with this new policy there's a clause that encourages employees to snitch on one another if you have any reason to believe that an employee may be in violation of the post social media policy you should contact the post human resources department there you go. that's the opposite of a safeguard. that's a mandatory witch hunt. have you ever hunted away it's it's fun is that al. you get all your friends together you get a bunch of torches and a rope you go into the woods and you find that dirty witch and cleanse the world
over evil once and for all then you drink some cold beers. and make sweet love to a blue jay. or you really haven't since birth. i meant the baseball player. look this policy gives corporations a simple loophole to avoid criticism just by piling up for advertising this is exactly why weapons contractors advertise on all our channels it's not because sixty five year olds in poughkeepsie are thinking of purchasing an app thirty five fighter jet from lockheed martin or maybe. but honestly that's how a lot of washed. that was the last one i'm sorry i did this but it is what it is i mean the pows union like they're protesting this because you know it's a slap in the face of free speech and a serious disservice to the american people i heard.
as you probably know i would become a. nation we have seven hundred citizens per hundred thousand behind bars in our prisons while sweden for example has sixty three per hundred thousand but you won't hear this kind of info at the washington post because prison industry inc is probably an advertiser for more on our prison nation let's go to naomi care of vani with the raging controversy. new york city mayor de blasio announced this summer that closed records island america's most no worries and brutal prison but after he revealed the timetable of a decade minimum for closure it sounded less like an announcement and more of a wish that records will turn its own you know like it's big brother roosevelt
island why can't you be more like roosevelt spread. makes that. struck central that you. see your brother. always with the abuse that ten thousand new yorkers jailed at rikers eighty nine percent of which are black or latino suffer a deep seated culture of violence assaults from inmates and guards who have been around to use excessive force and countless department of justice and news investigation like this year the d.o.j. charged a writer's island guard with beating and kept in maine and stabbings and slashings are still on the rise despite millions of dollars spent these conditions are so brutal that after is an eight month stay at rikers lil wayne. wrote a book in gone so much better he said even considered converting to christianity while in rikers and started to think maybe i don't need some big booty to be
creative and write the strokes very or it will wane spirit you speak in. this that's terrifying we need to shut this place down immediately another famous inmate go for different reasons police browder was arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack at the age of sixteen and spent three years at rikers the majority in solitary confinement with no conviction. three years. wait wait wait what was in the backpack besides house keys was it a la proof go pro was it the kid carrying the backpack and in danger of drowning a million air for a quick because of the cia's detail to get kennedy to make out with castro with a mouthful of l.s.d. you believe browder reignited a movement to close right because two years after his release he committed suicide
even though he had never been charged with anything not unlike the other seventy nine percent of those detained at rikers who are awaiting trial these are people stuck in our jails because they are true border make bail up. taxpayer pays two hundred eighty thousand dollars a year in maine and the violence is a direct result of isolation and inaccessibility of the island making it essentially a penal colony an idea that was born in imperial times when you just got a new island you could send all your criminals to sure it costs thirty five million dollars a year to transport them there but who cares you know what other good ideas we can take from the eighteen hundreds dumping your garbage and chamber pots out the window and be taking your leg because of a sprained ankle throwing the poor in debtors prison. one of the things we're still doing don't worry because you said that to him but those in the next ten years
maybe because he's a kill progressive you know kind of like how obama was chill with one ton of mobile bay which is still open to bozzio is in line and there's you know. but oh oh and activist is interrupting my yoga now he's trying to talk about closing rikers now we're not now not now ok let's go back into the child pose get back to happy with us back to the happy place. will we still be talking about closing rikers in ten years and will we find the mayor still hiding in childs prose this is naomi kara bonnie redact it's like. you're your headline from the future a coming up in mid august cia faces barrage of complaints mike pompei all sweating
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change you have to be honest you have to tell the truth parties able to do that every story is built on going after the back story to what's really happening out there to the american what's happening when a corporation makes a pharmaceutical chills people when a company in the environmental business ins up polluting a river that causes cancer and other illnesses they put all the health risk all the dangers out to the american public those are stories that we tell every we can you know what they're working. all the world's a stage and all the news companies merely players but what kind of partners are into american play r.t. america offers more artsy america first. many ways to use landscape
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